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The '''Super Nintendo Entertainment System''' (SNES for short), known as the '''Super Famicom''' in [[Japan]], is a 16-bit [[video game]] console first released in 1991 by [[Nintendo]]. It was the successor to the company's [[NES|Nintendo Entertainment System]] and predecessor to the [[Nintendo 64]].
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The '''Super Nintendo Entertainment System''' ('''SNES''', '''Super NES''' or '''Super Nintendo''' for short), known as the '''Super Famicom''' in [[Japan]], and the '''Super Comboy''' in [[South Korea]] is a 16-bit [[video game]] console first released in 1991 by [[Nintendo]]. It was the successor to the company's [[NES|Nintendo Entertainment System]] and predecessor to the [[Nintendo 64]]. Although the hardware is extremely similar, each have a regional lockout chip to prevent a console from one region from playing games from another. The SNES was the best-selling console of the 16-bit era of video games, despite having a late start against its main competitor, the [[Sega Genesis]].
  
 
==Notable Games==
 
==Notable Games==
*''[[Super Mario World]]''
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*''[[Chrono Trigger]]''
*''[[Street Fighter II]]''
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*''[[StarFox]]''
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*''[[EarthBound]]''
 
*''[[EarthBound]]''
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*''[[Final Fantasy II]]''
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*''[[Final Fantasy III]]''
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*''[[The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past]]
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*''[[StarFox]]''
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*''[[Street Fighter II]]''
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*''[[Super Mario World]]''
 
*''[[Super Metroid]]''  
 
*''[[Super Metroid]]''  
  
 
[[Category: Nintendo]]
 
[[Category: Nintendo]]
 
[[Category: Nintendo Systems]]
 
[[Category: Nintendo Systems]]

Latest revision as of 13:41, 13 July 2017

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES, Super NES or Super Nintendo for short), known as the Super Famicom in Japan, and the Super Comboy in South Korea is a 16-bit video game console first released in 1991 by Nintendo. It was the successor to the company's Nintendo Entertainment System and predecessor to the Nintendo 64. Although the hardware is extremely similar, each have a regional lockout chip to prevent a console from one region from playing games from another. The SNES was the best-selling console of the 16-bit era of video games, despite having a late start against its main competitor, the Sega Genesis.

Notable Games