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Japan: Super Famicom Mini Announced

As expected the Japanese have their own version of the Super Nintendo Classic Mini in the form of the Super Famicom Mini. The system launches in Japan on October 5th and contains many of the same games that western consumers will find pre-installed on their console’s on September 29th. There’s a few notable changes which are detailed, below.

Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom (to be sold as Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition in the U.S.) is a compact recreation of Super Famicom (sold as Super NES overseas), which launched in 1990, and features a collection of 21 titles selected from the rich library of Super Famicom games. The two included controllers have been recreated with the same size and button layout as the Super Famicom controllers, so you can relive the gameplay experiences of the ‘90s.

  • Super Mario World November 21, 1990 Nintendo
  • F-ZERO November 21, 1990 Nintendo
  • The Legend of the Mystical Ninja July 19, 1991 KONAMI
  • Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts® October 4, 1991 Capcom
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past November 21, 1991 Nintendo
  • Super Soccer December 13, 1991 Human Entertainment
  • Contra III: The Alien Wars February 28, 1992 KONAMI
  • Super Mario Kart August 27, 1992 Nintendo
  • Star Fox February 21, 1993 Nintendo
  • Secret of Mana August 6, 1993 Square
  • Mega Man X December 17, 1993 Capcom
  • Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem January 21, 1994 Nintendo
  • Super Metroid March 19, 1994 Nintendo
  • Final Fantasy VI April 2, 1994 Square
  • Super Street Fighter II June 25, 1994 Capcom
  • Donkey Kong Country November 26, 1994 Nintendo
  • Yoshi’s Island August 5, 1995 Nintendo
  • Panel de Pon October 27, 1995 Nintendo
  • Super Mario RPG March 9, 1996 Nintendo
  • Kirby Super Star March 21, 1996 Nintendo
  • Star Fox 2 (*) Unreleased Nintendo

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