Today is the anniversary of the SNES that landed in North America that distant 23 August 1991 to the delight of all lovers of old school video games.
It is incredible to say yet 30 years have already passed, time flies, and theanniversary of the US version of the SNES is here to remind us. A slightly modified version, much more square and less colorful than the one released in the Land of the Rising Sun the year before.
SNES: a stars and stripes anniversary
Designed in this way by the employee of Nintendo of America Lance Barr, to better adapt to the standards and tastes of American gamers, the SNES came to us in the same Japanese version, but its thirtieth anniversary is still news that all retrogaming lovers do not fail to appreciate.
Sure, maybe its stars and stripes design wasn’t exactly the most “enlightened”, but it is still a historical console that has taken over the heavy legacy of the NES and led it to the glory of the 16 bit. On this console the adventures of historical titles such as The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Street Fighter II, Super Mario World, Donkey Kong and many others.
A console, which is revived today in its mini version, which it has clashed with numerous times SEGA for the famous “Console War” which saw the well-known take the field Sega Mega Drive called Genesis in America. A console that has sold around 50 million copies in the world and who saw the protagonist of his spot a very young Paul Rudd years before his entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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