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The NES Classic Edition is getting yet another restock from one of the world's most popular retailers. YouTube/Nintendo

Since the initial release of the NES Classic Edition last month, it seems that Nintendo has been slowly feeding more units to various retailers, as several sales of the console have been of low-quantity. The latest to join the train is Target Australia, which has generously given all the details of their online sale.

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The same will begin at 8AM AEDT through Target’s online store only on Dec. 12, Monday. Interested buyers will need to own a Target Online account to make the purchase and must keep in mind that the buy is not final until payment has been completed. As the retailer has not confirmed how much stock it has -- it is likely not a high number and will be sold as quickly as previous sales -- so individuals will need to be quick.

Nintendo recently confirmed that it is shipping daily stocks of the NES Classic Edition, which would explain the sudden sales from several retailers. Likewise, it would also explain why the stocks have been so minimal in all these sales. Nevertheless, the company has confirmed that it will continue to ship units of the console until the end of the year.

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The NES Classic Edition has quickly become one of the hottest deals for the holidays, and it has thus become increasingly difficult to find and purchase. The console, which is priced at $99, is a remake of the 1985 Nintendo Entertainment System, which others have credited to solidifying Nintendo in the gaming industry.

The miniature console looks like a carbon copy of the original gaming device, but works without any cartridges. Instead, it has 30 of the most popular retro games pre-installed into the device. The roster of titles include “The Legend Of Zelda,” “Donkey Kong,” “Final Fantasy” and a handful of “Mario” games.