The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) is a video game console that was released by Nintendo in 1990. It was the successor to the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and was designed to be more powerful and offer better graphics and sound quality.
The SNES introduced several new features, including a more ergonomic controller with more buttons and the ability to support more players, improved graphics with more colors and greater resolution, and a sound system that could produce higher quality music and sound effects.
The console was home to many classic games, including Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Metroid, and Final Fantasy VI. It also featured a number of popular peripherals, including the Super Game Boy, which allowed users to play Game Boy games on their TV screens, and the Super Scope, a light gun that could be used with certain games.
Despite being over 30 years old, the SNES remains a beloved console among gamers and collectors alike, with many people still playing and enjoying its classic games today.
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