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ThinkGeek Accused Of Scalping SNES Classic Editions

Many expressed their negative opinions when ThinkGeek (owned by GameStop) decided to release NES Classic Editions months after the system was discontinued as part of bundles to sell stuff they couldn’t sell in the first place. Now it seems the company is back at it again.

ThinkGeek decided to this same business practice yet again with the SNES Classic Editions. Despite the negative reception and many noticing that some of these bundles included the same contents as their NES Classic Editon counterparts, these bundles sold out instantly.

The company still hasn’t heard the end of it on their official Facebook page.

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