With the release of the SNES console, Nintendo overtook all the gaming consoles of that time. Admire the smooth retro gameplay with superior SNES graphics and clear sound quality. Nintendo SNES console has a vast gaming library covering all genres.
gaming system is better than all its competitors in terms of graphics. Its top-notch graphical quality makes the gameplay more fun and lively.
Prime Retro Console
Enjoy the epic 8-bit games on your favorite classic gaming console. More than 700 games are waiting for you.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System – The Games
The SNES has a huge game library with 721 games – You’ll find your every favorite genre in them. Also, be it a role-playing title (Final Fantasy III, Legend of Zelda, and Secret of Mana) or an action fighting game (Streetfighter II, Mortal Combat II, and Killer Instinct), each game will give you nostalgic goosebumps – So be ready!
Donkey Kong Country
Banana-filled adventure with the mighty Donkey Kong
. Control the mighty ape through adventurous levels and explore the secrets of Donkey Kong Country.
Street Fighter 2
The classic game that revived the action fighting genre, Streetfighter 2, is all about competitive 1v1 arena battles where you strive to beat the opponent in front of the crowd.
Super Mario Kart
You will see Mario on the racing tracks and seven other characters you can play with. It’s the first game of the famous Mario Kart series.
Super Mario World
Being the fifth game in the Super Mario series, Mario World doesn’t fail to amaze the players with its crunchy graphics and smooth gameplay. Additionally, it’s the best-selling game on SNES.
Zelda: A Link to the Past
Begin your action-adventurous quest with the character Link,’ who is on his way to save the young maidens in Hyrule. A must-have in your Nintendo SNES collection.
Super Mario All-Stars
Super Mario All-Stars is a compilation of platform games for the Nintendo SNES console. Lastly, the player modes available are; single and multiplayer.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System – Fun Facts
- SNES was called ‘Super Famicom’ in Japan
- There were only three SNES games available at the time of launch
- The major competitor of the SNES console was SEGA Genesis at the time of its launch
- Over 50 million SNES consoles have been sold to date.
- SNES console supports surround sound.
- The giant commercial cartridge of the Nintendo SNES is 48 Megabits.
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