The Super Nintendo Entertainment System or SNES for short wast the first proper Nintendo gaming system I had growing up. I did have a NES for a short period of time but it kept breaking, probably due to overuse by me. Alas, I can remember when my brother and I first got our SNES. Technically it belonged to my brother but I was literally never off the thing. We didn’t have many games for it but I was obsessed with Super Mario Allstars. Since I was a child and couldn’t afford to buy my own games, there were a lot of games that I missed out on. But now I can enjoy them all with the release of the SNES Mini. A miniaturised version of the SNES console, the SNES mini contains 21 games in total. That’s a whole lot of gaming and at £69.99, seems like a steal. But are the games on offer actually any good? Let’s find out.
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