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The Super Nintenvị is one of the most beloved consoles ever released. Here are the 25 games that made it a gaming classic...

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25. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time

1992 | Konami

We all remember the classics of the 16-bit era, but it was also a time when every single cartoon, movie, và toy line had a questionable video clip game attached khổng lồ it. The exception to this rule was the TMNT games, which stand as some of the finest beat ‘em ups ever created. A sequel to the beloved & better known Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game, Turtles in Time‘s levels take place throughout all of history, resulting in plenty variety, even if the gameplay hasn’t changed much.

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The SNES version also added a bunch of new enemies, bosses, and levels over the arcade version, making it the preferred way to play Turtles in Time. It even plays better than the 3 chiều remake released on the PS3 and Xbox 360.


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24. Harvest Moon

1997 | Amccus

It’s really amazing that the Harvest Moon series has thrived in North America. Yes, the game is great, but an RPG about farming isn’t exactly an easy sell. In the mid-‘90s, the video clip game market was still dominated by platformers & action games. Plus, it came out well after the release of the Nintenbởi 64, PlayStation, and the Sega Saturn — a console generation that introduced 3 chiều graphics to gaming.

Those who stuck with the SNES to check out Harvest Moon found a charming life simulator about managing crops & livestoông xã while making friends in a new town. It may not be the most exciting game, but anyone who has put some time inlớn it can vouch that it’s one of the most addictive sầu.


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23. Super Mario All-Stars

1993 | Nintendo

Long before remasters were a regular occurrence, Nintenvì took its already classic Super Mario Bros. NES titles, re-did the graphics and sound, và released them all in one package on the SNES. To top things off, the package included a then-rare save feature and the super difficult Japanese version of Super Mario Bros. 2, which hadn’t been released in North America up to lớn that point.

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The first three Super Mario Bros. games are absolute classics that every người chơi should experience, và while the original versions hold up very well, Super Mario All-Stars is arguably the best way to lớn experience these titles.

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22. F-Zero

1991 | Nintendo

The Big N doesn’t get nearly enough credit for basically inventing modern racing games. F-Zero pioneered pseudo-3D racing using the SNES’s Mode 7 graphics, which is still the basis for most racing games. F-Zero’s graphics may not be as impressive now, but it’s still not too hard on the eyes, and the racing still feels fast-paced và challenging, even in the age of Forza.

It’s too bad that Nintendo doesn’t seem interested in making an HD sequel of the futuristic racer. We haven’t seen a new game in the series since 2004.


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21. Contra III: The Alien Wars

1992 | Konami

Contra & its sequel Super C were amuốn the best games released on the NES, so expectations were high for the SNES follow up. Thankfully, Konami delivered a game that upped the ante with even more ridiculous setpieces (like riding a motorcycle and a missile), better graphics than ever, và the series’ trademark tough-but-fair difficulty. There’s a reason why The Alien Wars is often called the best game in the long-running series.

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trăng tròn. Secret of Mana

1993 | Square

Square’s take on the action RPG genre is remembered fondly for its lush graphics, memorable soundtraông xã, & three-player co-op gameplay. While some say it surpasses The Legover of Zelda series, the sometimes finicky combat doesn’t quite hold up as well as older games in the Nintenbởi series.

If you vì chưng want to experience Secret of Mana again, or for the first time, just remember to stiông chồng with the SNES version. The title has been remade twice now, but neither of those versions has the same charm as the original.


19. Super Mario Kart

1992 | Nintendo

Fun fact: Super Mario Kart started off as just a vague idea lớn create a two-player racing game lớn complement F-Zero, which was single-player only. It was only well into development that Nintenvì chưng decided Mario và the gang would fit the game, and thus Nintenvày stumbled onto one of its biggest franchises.

While the racing và battle modes are still pretty fun, Super Mario Kart is best experienced as a piece of nostalgia as opposed to lớn your go-khổng lồ racer. But the original’s legacy is undeniable, as it paved the way for all of its even better successors.


18. ActRaiser

1991 | Quintet

At its core, ActRaiser is a fairly standard platformer, and its city-building gameplay is downright simplistic. Yet by combining those things with a chất lượng take on Judeo-Christian mythology, the result is one of the best & most underrated games of the 16-bit era.

While ActRaiser is often cited as one of the best games of its time by hardcore gamers and developers, there’s been little interest in revisiting its ideas. Games like Dark Cloud & Dragon Quest Builders have offered similar experiences, but even those laông xã the spark that made ActRaiser so beloved. ActRaiser itself has been dormant since an also-excellent SNES sequel.


17. Street Fighter II Turbo

1993 | Capcom

The ‘90s were the heyday of fighting games, but with a few exceptions, most of those titles have sầu been long forgotten. Then there’s the classic Street Fighter II. Capcom stumbled onkhổng lồ something big with this sequel’s combo system, allowing players lớn strategize like never before & eke out victories when defeat seemed all but certain. Add in a cast of instantly iconic characters from around the globe và a pumped-up soundtraông xã, & you have the recipe for one of the best fighters ever made.

There have been a ton of Street Fighter games since this one, including plenty of updated versions of the second game, but Street Fighter II Turbo on the SNES is the ultimate version of the game. It’s also the game that introduced the mighty Akuma to the fighting world, so points for that, too.


16. Super Castlevania IV

1991 | Konami

Castlevania had already made a name for itself as one of gaming’s premier franchises on the NES. When the series made the jump khổng lồ 16-bit, the Metroidvania genre that we all know và love sầu today hadn’t yet been established, so Konamày opted for a bigger, better version of the NES games. This was a Castlevania that was super in every conceivable way, with detailed graphics, a haunting soundtraông chồng, và much smoother controls than the slightly clunky NES entries.

While Castlevania IV has been surpassed by many of its sequels that have opted for more exploration & RPG mechanics, there’s still an argument to lớn be made that it’s the very best of the original sidescrolling titles.


15. Donkey Kong Country

1994 | Rare

Donkey Kong was the original face of Nintenvì chưng during the early arcade days, but by the time the SNES had rolled around, the big ape had been overshadowed by a certain Italian plumber. Meanwhile, the big ape hadn’t starred in a game in years, và Donkey Kong Jr., the original baddie’s son, only had a supporting role in Super Mario Kart.

Fortunately, Donkey Kong Country used then-revolutionary 3D sprites lớn bring new life khổng lồ the character. At the time, no other game had the same level of detail. In fact, there still aren’t many games that look lượt thích it. Admittedly, the gameplay isn’t quite as smooth as many of the other contemporary Nintenvì chưng titles. At times, the game can be downright frustrating, but DKC is still worth the occasional playthrough, as are its many sequels.


14. NBA Jam

1994 | Midway

There was a time when sports games didn’t try so hard lớn simulate the real thing while squeezing every last penny out of players through microtransactions. You used to lớn just piông xã an NBA star (or maybe a Mortal Kombat character or a U.S. president), head lớn the court, và proceed khổng lồ repeatedly jump 50 feet in the air khổng lồ dunk on your opponents while setting the ball on fire. It was a simpler time.

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13. Tetris Attack

1995 | Nintendo

Don’t be fooled by the Tetris name, that was just for branding. This is a br& new puzzle game where you must match colored blocks in groups of three or more as they slowly rise from the bottom of the screen. While the single player mode is pretty great và includes a bunch of characters from Yoshi’s Island, the real highlight is the two-player mode. Tetris Attack is one of the best competitive sầu puzzlers around.

Nintendo hasn’t tried lớn co-opt the Tetris name again for the series, but has released a couple of follow-ups: Planet Puzzle League for the DS and the equally beloved Pokemon Puzzle League for the Nintendo 64.


12. Super Punch-Out!!

1994 | Nintendo

The original Punch-Out!! is still considered one of the greathử nghiệm games of all time, & Nintenvày didn’t change much for the sequel. This is still boxing mixed with professional wrestling featuring big, ridiculous characters, except they look better than ever, thanks lớn the power of the SNES.

Maybe it’s the complete laông chồng of Mike Tyson or the slightly inferior music, but Super Punch-Out!! isn’t remembered quite as fondly as the NES original. The pattern-based matches have held up well though, and you’d be hard pressed lớn find a better arcade boxing game.


11. Kirby Super Star

1996 | Nintendo

While the Kirby franchise is still very popular, the most consistent criticism of these games is usually that they’re too short and light on content. Kirby Super Star is the rare exception to that rule, boasting seven unique gameplay segments, plus two shorter minigames that feature multiplayer. The result is one of the most diverse and deep games in the Kirby series, if not the SNES’s entire library.

Oddly enough, despite being so fondly remembered & often lauded as the best in the series, none of the sequels have attempted lớn duplicate the same gameplay style as Super Star.


10. Final Fantasy II

1991 | Square

We now Gọi it Final Fantasy IV, but originally it went by a different name because the second and third games weren’t released in the U.S. until years later. Without experiencing those games, Final Fantasy II was light years ahead of the original, featuring the debut of the Active sầu Time Battle system that defined the series for more than a decade, as well as the first real cinematic storytelling in the series.

While Final Fantasy II on the SNES has aged just fine, later ports that improved the sound & graphics, và most importantly, cleaned up the translation, are really the best way to lớn experience this gem.


9. Super Mario RPG

1996 | Square

Square was pumping out classic RPGs at such a ridiculous rate in the ‘90s that even Nintenvị jumped at the chance to work with the company. The two companies expedited the process, with development only lasting a little over a year, but somehow in that time, Square came up with one of the funniest & best-looking games on the SNES. Super Mario RPG stands out as one of the finest RPGs & Mario games of all time.

Despite its pedigree and svào reception, Square & Nintenvì chưng have never worked together on another Mario RPG. The Paper MarioMario và Luigi series games that eventually sprung out of the collaboration have sầu all been developed by Nintendo and its cthảm bại affiliates without any involvement from Square.


8. Mega Man X

1993 | Capcom

With a whopping six games released on the NES, the original Mega Man series was getting a bit stale by the early ‘90s. Mega Man X injected new life inlớn the series with a more mature protagonist and faster gameplay that allowed hlặng to dash và climb. Still, the basic combat & ability khổng lồ choose which robot master lớn face next ensured that Mega Man X didn’t stray too far from its roots.

A ridiculous number of sequels have followed in the X series (and multiple other Mega Man subseries), & while X2 and X3 on the SNES are also fine games, there’s a very good argument to lớn be made that Capcom still hasn’t surpassed the original Mega Man X as the best game in the entire franchise.


7. EarthBound

1995 | Nintendo

Released at a time when console RPGs meant questing through a medieval fantasy world, most gamers just weren’t ready for EarthBound in the ‘90s. Unusually funny, clever, surreal, & self-referential, Ness’ sci-fi-tinged story is both about saving the world and exploring western culture from an outsider’s perspective sầu — something that’s still rarely seen in đoạn Clip games.

While the game sold abysmally in the States upon release, then became a sought-after collector’s cửa nhà, it’s now finally easy to experience this classic, thanks khổng lồ the Wii U, New 3DS, & SNES Classic. Maybe one day Nintenvì chưng will finally cave và give us some version of the still Japan-only sequel, Mother 3.


6. Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island

1995 | Nintendo

Yoshi’s Island is an excellent example of how Nintenvì chưng prefers to lớn only make sequels when it has fresh ideas khổng lồ justify them. A sequel to lớn Super Mario World that just featured the same gameplay in new worlds would have sầu sold millions, but Nintendo decided to lớn put in the extra work to lớn craft a game centered on Mario’s dinosaur pal, Yoshi, with more puzzles & a focus on Yoshi’s ability khổng lồ swallow items and spit them out. The new hand-drawn graphics also separated it from Super Mario World (& the rest of the SNES catalog). In fact, Yoshi’s Island may very well be the best looking game on the SNES.

While developed and marketed as a sequel lớn Super Mario World, Yoshi’s Island went on khổng lồ spawn its own series of platformers featuring the beloved dinosaurs, although none are as well regarded as the original.


5. Final Fantasy III

1994 | Square

It’s not much of a stretch khổng lồ say that Final Fantasy III (or VI as it’s called now) forever changed RPGs. The setting, a steampunk world inspired by the late 19th century, showed gamers that great RPGs didn’t have lớn be phối in the usual high fantasy worlds. The story, which sees the bad guy achieve sầu his goal, played with fan expectations of the genre and changed Final Fantasy games going forward. What’s really amazing about the story is how its tale is told, though. Even with 16-bit sprites, the game feels more cinematic than a lot of modern releases full of lengthy videos.


4. Super Mario World

1991 | Nintendo

Baông chồng in the ’80s and ’90s, the debut of each new Mario game was meant to lớn completely change our perceptions of đoạn phim games. We had all played the NES Super Mario Bros. games at this point, và as beloved as they were, nothing could prepare us for World’s massive sầu interconnected bản đồ & its numerous secrets. While the cape power-up wasn’t as revolutionary as Mario’s raccoon costume, the addition of Yoshi created tons of new strategies for playing a Mario game. And it can’t be overstated how mind-blowing the graphics & sound were compared to lớn anything on the NES.

There’s a very good argument to be made that Nintenbởi still hasn’t made a better Mario game since Super Mario World. Even the better graphics and four-player co-op of the New Super Mario Bros. games haven’t topped this legendary platformer.


3. Chrono Trigger

1995 | Square

Square had no trouble pumping out the hits in the ‘90s, but all those games were just appetizers for what stands up as the greatest RPG of the 16-bit generation. Chrono Trigger features seven different time periods to explore, more than a dozen endings, & a deep combat system focused on combining the attacks of your characters.

All of these features have sầu shown up in games since, but none have sầu managed lớn exexinh tươi them quite as well, và none look as good as Chrono Trigger‘s Akira Toriyama-designed world. Square went on to make many beloved RPGs on the PlayStation, but looking bachồng, its swantuy vậy on the SNES may very well be where the developer peaked. 


2. The Legover of Zelda: A Link khổng lồ the Past

The first Legkết thúc of Zelda game on the NES was heralded as an instant classic, so of course, Nintenvị followed it up with a bizarre 2 chiều platformer that confuses fans to lớn this day. Thankfully, the third game in the series, which arrived on the SNES, went back lớn the top-down view & dungeon crawling that we all know and love sầu.

A Link to lớn the Past’s overworld is engrossing enough on its own, but what has really made the game so beloved is its second Dark World bản đồ, which you use to lớn solve sầu many of the game’s puzzles. Even though Zelda games have grown much larger in scope since A Link khổng lồ the Past, it’s still easy to get lost in its world for dozens of hours.

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1. Super Metroid

1994 | Nintendo

Though the series has seen its ups and downs, Super Metroid remains a game that can be unequivocally recommended lớn all types of gamers, & such an incredible achievement in the medium that playing through it should be a requirement for every aspiring developer.