Nintendo's highly anticipated Mini NES Classic Edition momentarily hit shelves over the weekend. And then they sold out everywhere.
So, odds are you didn't get one even if you really, really wanted one.
The good news in all this is that Nintendo is promising more stock before the holidays, according to Forbes.
In fact, the company tweeted this Saturday after it became clear that there was a much higher demand for the product:
The Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition system is a hot item, and we are working hard to keep up with consumer demand. 1/3— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 11, 2016
There will be a steady flow of additional systems through the holiday shopping season and into the new year. 2/3— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 11, 2016
For some this is reassuring, but, it's important to note that the company has not yet said how many more it will release.
But, if you absolutely have to get your hands on one of the consoles, scalpers are selling them on eBay and Craigslist.
Some of the NES Classic Editions are selling for between $65 and more than $1,000.
The console sold for $60 in stores, to put that in perspective.
Now, people are taking to social media to express their rage:
I went to buy an NES classic on Amazon and it was sold out! This is the WORST DAY THIS WEEK! THE WORST!!!!! I CAN'T THINK OF ANYTHING WORSE!— Tommy Refenes (@TommyRefenes) November 11, 2016