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Everything you need for a DIY Raspberry Pi SNES is on sale and more of the week’s best gaming deals

The SNES Classic is sold out just about everywhere. Make your own.

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SNES Classics are sold out just about everywhere. Unless you’re willing to pay the premium on resale or you’re quick enough to get it on Amazon Prime Now, it might feel like you’re out of luck, but you’re not. You can make your own. Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kits are on sale on Amazon and just about everything else you need to make a DIY SNES including a case and controllers. As always, you should make sure all games played on your kit are done so legally.

Outside of the make-your-own SNES materials, ThinkGeek and Comixology are having some great sales. The after-holiday clearance sale at ThinkGeek features a hundreds of products at up to 70 percent off. Comixology is offering the first issues of some of Marvel’s best recent titles at just $0.99.






Update: Post has been changed to note that all games played on a Raspberry Pi SNES should be done so legally.

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