Friday's highly anticipated release of the NES Classic left many shoppers disappointed due to a lack of stock of the retro console.
The NES Classic is a miniature version of the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) from 1985. The miniature console has 30 pre-installed games and comes with one controller.
Demand for the console was so high that it crashed Amazon's website. The online retailer was set to sell the NES Classic at 2 p.m. PST.
Earlier in the day, Nintendo fans lined up at stores across the U.S. to purchase the console.
The console, which originally retailed for $59.99, is listed on eBay for over $200, with some listings as high as $4,999.
Nintendo has responded to the high demand of the console through Twitter.
NES Classic launch crashes Amazon, leaves gamers disappointed