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US: Playing With Super Power: Nintendo SNES Classics Book Revealed On Amazon

Releasing September 29, the ‘Playing With Super Power: Nintendo SNES Classics’ book will be available to purchase from Amazon. The hardback book will contain loads of details about the SNES from the console to the legacy it left behind. Below is an overview from Amazon, and you can pre-order yours here for $44.99 or for $19.99 for the paperback.

The Console: A nostalgic celebration and exploration of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in all its 16-bit glory.

The Games: Discover everything you’ve always wanted to know about some of the most beloved SNES games, including speedrun tips and little-known facts.

The History: Learn about the SNES development and the visionaries behind this groundbreaking console.

The Legacy: An in-depth look at how the SNES has left its mark on the gaming industry, and how its legacy continues.

The Memories: From family stories to fan art to merchandise and more, this book is a love letter to fans of the Playing With Super Power era!

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9 comments

  1. Ridley X3 {Jaded Ninty fan. Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4. Awaiting Greatness on Nintendo Switch; just need cloud storage, add external HDD support, & to eliminate the need for that stupid Nintendo Switch Online App on smartphones.} says:

    Will this book cover the shady crap they pulled back then, too? Or will it just gloss over it like it was no big thing?

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    1. You mean how ever Nintendo fan forgot that they did price fixing? Or sabotaged stores in the States if they didn’t do excatly like Nintendo told them to? Forcing developers to only develop for their system? I thank Sega for what they did back in the early 90′. Tom Kalinske is a freakin’ hero.

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    2. Although ethically dubious, that shady sh** saved the video game industry in the NES era and ensured that Nintendo’s console was both high quality and profitable. Most of the indefensible policies were scaled back either by Nintendo themselves or by court action by the SNES era. It kept Nintendo from becoming the next Atari.

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