Switch Online SNES And Sega Genesis Wireless Controllers Are Back In Stock (North America)

One of the best ways to experience Nintendo’s Switch Online retro library is with authentic wireless controllers.

If you’ve not been able to get your hands on the SNES or Sega Genesis wireless controllers just yet though, the good news is that they’re now both back in stock on Nintendo’s official websites in North America.

The SNES controller will set you back $29.99 USD and the Sega Genesis control pad is priced at $49.99. NES controllers are also in stock and are priced at $59.99 for a two-pack. Unfortunately, N64 controllers appear to still be out of stock.

In order to purchase these controllers, you’ll need to be subscribed to the Switch Online service and located in North America.



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