Yoko Taro is probably best known right now as the director on Platinum Games' Nier: Automata, but he evidently also worked as creative director on a F2P mobile game, SINoAlice, currently topping the iOS earnings charts in Japan.
That's significant because, as NeoGAF users helpfully point out, the 5 top-grossing iOS games in the region include F2P heavies like Granblue Fantasy, Monster Strike and Puzzles & Dragons.
The game was released in Japan on June 6th, and it's yet unclear whether it will get a Western release.
Speaking to Kotaku, Nintendo says that it plans to produce “significantly more units of the Super NES Classic Edition” than it did for the NES Classic Edition last year.
But, also like the NES Classic, Nintendo doesn’t plan to sell the retro console indefinitely.
According to Nintendo, the Super NES Classic Edition announced earlier today is only planned for a limited release, though the company already plans to produce more SNES Classics than it did for the original NES Classic last time around.