We own two SNES consoles at the moment.
My SNES was bought quite late in the cycle - my parents weren’t exactly flush for cash when I was growing up, and I got an NES only a year or two before the SNES was released. My SNES came with Yoshi’s Island, and I only bought about three more games for it originally because again… not a heap of money. It’s an Australian system (Matel version, PAL system), currently outputting via composite because I’ve not got around to setting up RGB on it yet.
Sabriena’s SNES is an NTSC version, and she doesn’t remember much about what it came with. She had significantly more games than I, and we argue repeatedly about which style looks better - though there’s no doubt the NTSC version is the superior to play. We recently retrieved it from the USA, and had to modify it to use a modified 10v PSU so we can play it in Australia.
- Super Punch Out!! (PAL, CIB)
- Super Mario World (NTSC)
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo (NTSC)
- Mortal Kombat 3 (NTSC)
- Krusty’s Super Fun House (NTSC)
- NBA Give & Go (NTSC)
- College Slam (NTSC)
- July 2016 - I dug my SNES out of storage
- July 2016 - I bought a composite video cable and compared the output
- January 2017 - We brought Sabriena’s SNES back from the USA
- February 2017 - Modded Sabriena’s SNES to use a modified 10v PSU so we can play