Should Nintendo make an SNES Mini?

After the NES Mini made its debut not too long ago many people have been impressed about the fact that they can enjoy a much smaller version of the classic game console that was popular during the 1980’s.  However, since the release of the NES consoles many people started to wonder if Nintendo was ever going to create a mini version for the 16 bit Super Nintendo Entertainment System which was a very popular game console during the early 90’s.  It would be safe to say that the development of a mini version of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System would be great idea that would not only benefit long time fans of the console but also the company itself.  In terms of revenue many people consider the Nintendo Wii-U to be a flop and along with the release of the Nintendo Switch in 2017 the development of the SNES Mini would be a great way to get retro gamers to invest more into some of the company’s products.  Along with the fact that many people want to see Nintendo develop an SNES Mini console there are so many classic games that people can enjoy including Star Fox, Super Mario World, Final Fantasy IV-VI, Chrono Trigger, Mega Man X and many more.

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System was without a doubt one of the best game consoles of all time and has sold over 8.7 million units worldwide since its release in 1990.  The Super Nintendo Entertainment System was not only a very cool game console but it also included some awesome features in certain games including the use of advanced technology that improved the overall quality of some of their games.  While Star Fox had utilized the FX chip there were games such as Super Mario World 2 Yoshi’s Island, F-Zero and Chrono Trigger that utilized Mode 7 during gameplay which gave the SNES the slight edge over the Sega Genesis in terms of quality.  Even though, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System did not sell as much as the NES worldwide the game system was still very popular during its time and many people believe that it deserves a remake similar to that of the NES  Mini.


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