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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]].
 
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 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 Nintendo Entertainment System and predecessor to the Nintendo 64.

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