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Revision as of 21:07, 1 February 2019

Super Famicom with controller.

The スーパーファミコン [Supa Famikon] Super Famicom, is a fourth generation video game console created by Nintendo and released in Japan on 1990-11-21. It was released in the USA nearly a year later under the name, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, which was essentially the same console, just with a different shape and color scheme.

I have never played a Super Famicom in real life, but I have played a lot of Super Famicom games through emulators, and the SNES is my favorite video game console.

Status

I do not own a Super Famicom.

Games

See all Super Famicom Games.

These are the Super Famicom games that are important to me:

Hardware

Review

The Super Famicom is very similar to the SNES, the the review is essentially the same.

Media

Links

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