Donkey Kong and Mario are names people will remember from the 1980's and 1990's. They were played on the Nintendo and Super Nintendo, and now Nintendo is bringing the systems back, again. The systems were re-released in 2016 and sold out almost immediately, resulting in some upset people who couldn't get one. Beginning today you can pick up a Nintendo or Super Nintendo, again, for just $60. But this time around there are more of them to be had.

According to the website, a "variety of retailers will have the game in stores and also online, so you have a great chance of getting one. The list includes the usual suspects, like Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Target, and Walmart."

When it comes to Minnesota-based electronics retailer Best Buy you are going to be limited in your purchase as they are selling them first come first served and have a limit of just one per person. 

The system comes with 30 pre-installed games, one controller, an HDMI cable and an AC adapter. Just plug the console into your TV, pick up the controller and be transported back to your childhood.

So beat the heat this weekend re-living your childhood years in an air-conditioned basement, with Cheez Balls!

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