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Nintendo Bringing Back NES Classic Next Year, Increasing Shipments Of Super NES Console

Nintendo Bringing Back NES Classic Next Year, Increasing Shipments Of Super NES Console

Nostalgia lovers worried they might miss out on Nintendo’s upcoming miniature Super Nintendo gaming system might be able to breathe a sigh of relief, as the company has increased inventory of the in-demand game, while also offering nostalgia lovers another chance to get their hands on the company’s classic console system — next year, that is.  [More]

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Nintendo Might Be Following Up NES Classic With Mini SNES

Nostalgia lovers who missed out on scoring one of Nintendo’s mini-Classic console systems before the company discontinued the product last week, could have another chance to walk down memory lane: The gaming company is reportedly planning to follow up on that system’s popularity with a miniature Super Nintendo version. Though, if the report is true, you’ll have to wait until the holidays. [More]

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GameStop Wants You To Trade In All Those Dusty, “Retro” Consoles, Games & Accessories

Nostalgia is all well and good, but it won’t change that dust-coated Nintendo you’ve had sitting around into anything useful. GameStop, on the other hand, says it wants to do just that with the pilot of a new “retro” consoles, games and accessories trade-in program in two cities starting April 25.

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Rare Copy Of “Stadium Events” Video Game For Nintendo Can Be Yours For Only $100K Or So

Rare Copy Of “Stadium Events” Video Game For Nintendo Can Be Yours For Only $100K Or So

Your childhood dream of jumping horses and winning relay races from your living room is on sale for the bargain basement price of about $99,600 as of Wednesday morning: Known as one of the rarest licensed Nintendo Entertainment System games, a sealed copy of Banda’s Stadium Events (predecessor to other track and field games on the Power Pad) released in 1987 is yours for the taking on eBay right now. [eBay via Chicago Tribune]

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Credit Blemished Over Imaginary Credit Card

Credit Blemished Over Imaginary Credit Card

The NES collection agency is coming after Nancy for a debt on an account number she’s never owned. She’s trying to beseech BoA billing for a resolution and to fix her credit history. That may be completely the wrong way to go about it. Here’s her story:

Nashville Electric Service Donates To Charity With Customers' Money, But Not Their Permission

Nashville Electric Service Donates To Charity With Customers' Money, But Not Their Permission

Nashville Electric Service (NES) decided it would be a good idea to round up each customer’s bill to the nearest dollar, then take that extra change to donate to charity. It’s a great idea, and since the total amount donated per year can’t exceed $11.88, it’s not a hardship on most people. But there are a few problems. First, NES chooses the charities, if that matters to you. What’s more troublesome is that NES plans to opt-in every customer when the program begins on January 2009 without asking for explicit permission—if you pay your electricity bill through NES, you’ll donate to their charities next year, thank you very much.