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The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) is a 16-bit console by Nintendo, released in November 1990 in Japan, in August 1991 in the US and in 1992 in Europe. The system was preceded by the Nintendo Entertainment System and succeeded by the Nintendo 64 in 1996.

Super Nintendo sales figures[]

As of 2008, Nintendo has sold 49.1 million console units worldwide,[1] including 23.35 million in North America, 17.16 million in Japan, and 8.58 million in other regions.[2]

Super NES Classic Edition[]

Super NES Classic Edition, known as the Super Famicom Mini in Japan, is a video game console that emulates the SNES. It released in 2017. It was preceded by the NES Classic Edition in 2016.

Sales[]

It sold 4 million units worldwide in 2017,[3] and 5.28 million units by March 2018.[4] At an average worldwide retail price of US$85,[n 1] it has grossed approximately $449 million in revenue.

Super NES Classic games[]

Super NES Classic Edition comes built-in with the following 21 games:[6]

Super Famicom Mini games[]

Super Famicom Mini (for Japan) comes built-in with the following 21 games:[7]

Notes[]

  1. Super NES Classic Edition prices:
    • Japan: ¥7,980 (US$71.14)
    • United States: US$79.99
    • United Kingdom: £79.95[5] (US$103)
    • Australia: A$119.95 (US$92)
    • Canada: C$99.99 (US$77)


References[]

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