Super NES Classic Edition
The wait is over! The SNES Classic is here. With your new superpower, the Super Nintendo, you can relive the ‘90s gaming scene! The Super NES Classic Edition system looks and feels just like the original ‘90s home console, except it's super small. Play 20 classic Super NES games plus *gasp* the never-before-released Star Fox™ 2 game! This product not eligible for shipping promotions.
The '90s called; they want their controllers back
Two wired Super NES™ Classic Controllers are included for instant multiplayer action.
Yep, you read that right: two controllers. Play some of the best 2-player games of the era, including Super Mario Kart™ and Street Fighter® II Turbo: Hyper Fighting.
Star Fox 2
Don't miss out on your chance to unlock and play Star Fox 2, the never-before-released sequel to Star Fox. You can even get a little help from the game manual (we won't tell).
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Yes. Most of us Super Nintendo fans already know about roms and websites where you can play the games. Ill tell you my reasons for purchasing SNES Classic: For starters, it is an official Nintendo miniature replica of a Super Nintendo Entertainment System. That is one of the reasons why I bought it when it was first released. I'm a authentic hardware geek. This is easily my favorite console. This thing looks great. Secondly, it has 21 official game emulations. I still have my old Super Nintendo with about 3 of the games that appear on SNES Classic. Prior to announcement and release of SNES Classic, I was going to buy 12 of the games that appear on SNES Classic. One of the used Super Nintendo cartridges that i wanted to buy is averagely priced at double the MSRP for an SNES Classic. That is another reason I bought SNES Classic. Why pay that much for a used cartridge when i can have all 12 official games I want, 8 official games I like, plus one official game that was never released, for such a CHEAP price? I can take this console (with preloaded 21 games) to anyone's house without carrying a bunch of Super Nintendo cartridges and a big Super Nintendo console. All the games look a lot better on here than Super Nintendo. I'm sure that has a lot to do with HDMI. Also, the games play the same. I don't notice any input lag. I can name several more reasons....4 saved game states per game. Games on Super Nintendo didn't all come with a battery back up. Some had passwords. Some didn't have anything. It's great to be able to have 4 save states for every game. I can always pick up where I left off in any game on here. Rewind feature is another reason. I can always redo a part in game. It has HDMI. So I can use it on current TVs and CRT (I have HDMI to a/v converter that works perfectly). There are dozens of other reasons. Nintendo has put together a great affordable package with NES and SNES Classic. Plus they brought me back to gaming. Since the newest console I own is GameCube. I got NES Classic as well. I look forward to N64 Classic. Hopefully that comes after re-release of NES Classic.
You can mod it and add any games you want. Only takes a few minutes and there are plenty of tutorials online on how to do so.
If you're lucky, yes.
It's made by Nintendo.
No you cannot play original cartridges, the only games you can play is preloaded software.
Yes, Super Mario World is on there as well as Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
No. It comes with a set number of games preloaded.
The software is preloaded. It has a couple of locked games but I dont think you can have any downloadable content.