But it's hardly a version worth a slot on the US SNES mini. Final Fantasy II (IV) The NES Classic and Nintendo Switch Online have given new life to some of our favorite 8-bit classics. Illusion of Time (Gaia). Especially considering; Mario all-stars was never released in Europe running at 60mhz. Would make more sense on the JP version. Nintendo apparently couldn’t resist putting their own mark on the game, so the generic Godzilla-inspired monster was replaced with Bowser, and players would be rewarded with a giant Mario statue when their city became large enough. Megaman 7 @KingMike I hadn't realised that, but having just looked it up I see you are correct. Let's put'em in the Switch VC along with N64, GBA and Gamecube titles. Another stage played out like a makeshift stealth game as players assumed the role of an elephant and had to avoid rats. If only they would allow the SNES mini to have access to a SNES virtual console store on the eShop and then start releasing games in the future. Chrono Trigger Secret of Mana 2 Your opinion matters! The game provides a variety of vehicles to buy (ranging from souped up dune buggies to futuristic hovercrafts), and everything from the engine to your armor can be upgraded. ).I'd like to add also : Magical Quest starring Mickey MouseShaq Fu (don't laugh my childhood memories)Star OceanTiny Toons AdventuresDBZ 1-2-3-4Kid Clown in Crazy ChaseClayfighters. It made races so exciting! Castlevania Dracula X A lot of us SNES kids grew up with all stars rather than the originals on NES. The ice weapon can be used to freeze flowing lava, the electric weapon can power machinery, and the fire weapon can burn down trees. @Dr_Corndog Dans les 21 jeux pourquoi ne pas sortir un RPG ou un jeux de plateforme pour y mettre un shoot hem up!A minima pour l'équilibre. I doubt many people remember it as it was a North America only title, but I would love to have Metal Warriors. Pocky & Rocky 2 Super Star Wars I love the SNES classic line-up, but a few more 2 player games would have been great. Hands down. I kind of wish they'd release a translated Super Bomberman 5 or just Super Bomberman 2. I'm pretty surprised that Chrono Trigger wasn't included, but it could be they felt Secret of Mana and FFIII scratched that itch? How I lost out never owning a SNES. The Super Nintendo is one of the most beloved consoles ever released. I'd still rate Secret of Mana a bit higher, but these are close follow-ups. Maybe I'd lose Axelay if I had to decide on one shooter only as it only had 6 levels. Chrono Trigger needs no intro, so I'll save typing on that. Super Mario Bros. 3 is the highlight of this NES re-release compilation, often considered (alongside Mario World) the greatest of the 2D Mario platformers. @StuTwo: Our Tetris Attack was originally Japan's Panel De Pon, slightly modified for mostly theme. Aliens, Jurasic park, Ninja turltle Turtle in time, Spiderman, Killer instinct and Terminator. SGnG, SF2T, SoM, SC4, C3, FF3(FF6). Nintendo should have included translated Panel De Pon, or the Yoshi-themed version Japan had on the Satelaview. I had always felt so bad we never got the 2,3 and fourth game, Pretty much nailed it, although I would probably add Goemon, Tetris Attack, and Tetris/Dr Mario. The Super Nintendo is arguably the best console ever made, but it's nothing without its amazing games. Pocky and Rocky 225. I would add these : These are perfect 16Bit Action Adventures. Can we all agree they could've made it 50 games and still left our some of our favorites?! . You could also make one of these just containing RPGs as there are so many great ones on SNES. It is impossible to fit the brilliance of the whole SNES gaming library with just 20 titles. Best SNES Games of All Time . Would also love Kirby's Dream Land, Kirby's Avalanche, and Zombies Ate My Neighbors. Games; 25 Best SNES Games of All Time; Features 25 Best SNES Games of All Time. Mortal Kombat 2 (But I guess it's too violent for such a collection? ) Matching the look of the then current TV show, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time is bright and fun as you smash your way through waves of Foot Soldiers, with the memorable ability to throw them into the screen (which comes into play in an early boss battle). After Donkey Kong Country, Rare turned their attention (and SGI workstations) to Killer Instinct, a one-on-one brawler that hit arcades in 1994 and was intended to give an idea of what the (then named) Ultra 64 would be capable of. Chrono Trigger is also very obvious. DQ5 would have been the obvious choice here. But yeah, they were never going to happen. Based on the tabletop game of the same name, Shadowrun is cyberpunk RPG that puts you in the role of amnesiac Jake Armitage as you wander the streets of 2050’s Seattle, battling (or hiring) orcs, elves and other mercenaries. Both this one and the N64 version. Japan has got Panel de Pon on their Super Famicom Mini. How did Space Megaforce/Super Aleste not make the list? I'll leave my list at that. Castlevania Dracula X22. If that had been on the SNES it would have been even more exciting to own. Nintendo's best retro console isn't the SNES Classic, it's the 3DS. Surprised they didn't bother with it. It sold less than half of what the first game in the series did, so the SNES Classic Edition could have introduced legions of DKC fans to the game for the first time. Good list. But Nintendo seemed to be clever to add in "sports", but with their own mascots. I'll join the "Where the heck is Zombies ate my Neighbors?" There are eight robot bosses to conquer, and you will gain the ability to use their weapons after defeating them. I still have both with their boxes and booklets and everything. You can perform tricks which, when landed correctly, will speed you up: a must if you want to be successful. Megaman X330. This reproduction - also a NES clone has a few improvements over the one I had in my early teens: There's no capcom Disney games in this. Challenging but fair, there’s a number of weapons to unlock and some memorable boss battles. I definitely agree with Turtles in Time and Chrono Trigger. It’s one of the most intense puzzle games ever, and the ability to chain combos together makes it a blast to play with a second player. Baseball! I was fortunate enough to play some NA-exclusives like Super Mario RPG but I also experienced the huge Dragon Ball hype in France at the time. Yes to Super Tennis, Super Mario All-Stars, Chrono Trigger, Terranigma, DKC 2 & 3, ActRaiser, TMNT, Seiken Densetsu 3, Shadowrun and Axelay. It means you always have full ownership of the physical games you've purchased, for all time--which is a major worry and issue with the way digital is going right now imo. Again, licensing rights would make the inclusion of this game unlikely, but Shadowrun is an engrossing experience from start to finish. It's getting to the point now lists me as well the entitled 'these games aren't included on the SNES Classic'. By continuing, you consent to their use. And you don't have to worry about setting up online accounts, creating shop profiles, adding cards, managing internal storage space, being connected to the Internet, agreeing to dodgy EULAs before you can access and download the games you're paying for, and whatever other junk that comes with going digital and online these days. Maybe FF 5? Donkey Kong Country 2 (Some of the best levels in a platformer). @LUIGITORNADO "Definitive" is debatable. Capcom is another company with titles on the Mini, but sadly U.N. Squadron wasn't included. The SNES version also has several new features that weren’t present on the PC – like changing seasons, new scenarios, and a helpful adviser name Dr. Wright who will periodically give you advice. SimCity and Pilotwings. With the release of the SNES Classic Edition I wanted to check out the BEST Super Nintendo games that didnt get put on this new retro console! Megaman X229. . It was released after the Nintendo 64, so it didn’t necessarily have the same “wow factor” that its predecessors did. Still SMW, FZero, LTTP and FF6 (that's what I know it as) makes me. The ability to customize your animal to your heart's desire, the pride of killing boss monsters and finding secrets. Simcity, Aerobiz Supersonic and Super R Type! North America only got the first two. DKC2 and 3 are fantastic games. You get twenty classic games (plus one that was never released before!) Will hack my SNES just to get those! Legend of the Mystical Ninja Man do I wish Turtles in Time would have been added. I see no Young Merlin or E.V.O. Bust a move Pilotwings Also I'm disappointed by the lack of beat em ups (not a single final fight game at all is a HUGE oversight). Larger characters include a dancing girl and a pig, and there are plenty of other weird moments such as the bullhorn you can pick up to unleash bizarre text phrases at your enemies such as “Toaster Overheated!”. I think they could still be enjoyable today. First comments section I've read all the way through in ages. Best ever. But just to add the Snes Games I want on this. My parents never really had money t buy games so my childhood was pretty much SMW, NHL95 and Unirally. The choice is yours. It’s a shame the game tends to be forgotten about these days. Mystic Quest How about games like Mortal Kombat, NBA Jam, NHL 95, KGJ Baseball, Final Fight, Mega Man 7/X2/X3, Final Fantasy 2, EVO, and Super Turrican 1 & 2? Definitely. I get so tired of hearing that Super Mario All Stars "should" be on the SNES Mini, or "should" be on the VC. I've never played them ever. The remaster was great. (Not that they'll be missing my sale, of course.). The version of Mario all stars that included super Mario world should have definitely been included. !, but one thing strange about the SNES Mini lineup is the lack of any sports titles. Wait until your console is Online then skip to step #5. It's playable, sure. How did I forget the Tecmo Super Bowl series? Secret of Evermore is missing though. If two Castlevania games can be included on the NES Classic Edition, then I see no reason why the Blue Bomber couldn’t have made a couple of appearances as well. So strange that it didn't even make it to this list! Chrono Trigger is perhaps the title with the most “I wish they could have included it” comments with regards to the SNES Mini lineup. An early release for the system (arriving the month after the Super Famicom launch) ActRaiser really shouldn’t work. Donkey Kong Country 29. Super Star Wars the Empire Strikes Back Breath of Fire. Every game I just listed probably would have been no problem for Nintendo. I legit don't understand why DKC2 and 3 weren't included. Here are the absolute best SNES games ever made for the console. It never takes itself too seriously and nearly every one of the game’s 50+ stages offers something different. And no Zombie are my neighbors. Unlike the 1989 coin-op, this is a single-player affair but Capcom added in a wider range of weapons and let you purchase different aircraft too; optional attacks on supply convoys being a good way to build up your funds. Single or doubles matches (against each other or the CPU) make the game suitable for quick bouts of play, although it soon becomes addictive, meaning it could end up being a much longer gaming session. TMNT IV: Turtles in Time by Zack Kotzer. It's a perfect 2-player game and perhaps my favourite puzzle game. The game also seemed to have more personality, and the pirate theme made everything more exciting. Would have traded that over Ghouls 'n Ghosts any day. Soul Blazer Secret of Evermore At least you included DKC 2&3.Those are the most glaring omissions, IMO. Amazing, atmospheric music, great graphics, great level design, and just an overall fun, mesmerizing experience! These will be modded on to my mini just as soon as the hack arrives. @Joffy That was on the Super Famicom Mini so we didn't include it here. Published by Nintendo but developed by Tonkin House, it’s possible the latter are the reason the game has not seen a re-release (it hasn’t turned up on the Virtual Console either), with the company these days focussed on textbooks and educational software via its parent firm, Tokyo Shoseki. I mean, I'm thrilled with it anyway, but yeah there are a few other SNES games I'd have loved to see included. While it didn't have the town building/sim part like the first, it was a solid sidescroller with some of the most beautiful graphics of the time. Of course I have Castlevania III on the SNES Mini now and its great, I never had this one when I had my NES clone, its a treat to play it now. Top 10 Best Games Not on the SNES Classic Edition! Kirby's Super Star would have been another one. 15? ... Jurassic Park, while not exactly a classic, remains the best Jurassic Park title there’s ever been. All Rights Reserved. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the ten games I felt were most noticeably absent from the SNES Classic. Animal buddies provide additional ways to play and there’s lots of secrets to find and things to collect if looking for full completion. The lack of Disney and Star Wars games are the big ones for me. The SNES has one of the best video games catalogs. This time Diddy’s gone as well, so Kiddie Kong joins Dixie for the banana collecting and secret finding. As for licensed games I would have liked BATMAN: TAS or BATMAN RETURNS. Drop DKC3 and replace it with Zombie Ate My Neighbors! @daveisbored Super Bomberman 3's localization was PAL-exclusive. Killer Instinct as well, but I know it's not possible due to Microsoft (plus perhaps too violent/bloody anyway). @gcunit I had my SNES parked right next to my Genesis!! This 7 games SHOULD BE on SNES classic. I'm sure though, that Nintendo preferred to have SMW as a stand-alone title on the Mini's menu. I don't think it's ever made it to a VC either has it? Did Nintendo consider the game too hard for the Mini's (target) market/audience? Of all the brightly coloured shooters on this list, Märchen Adventure Cotton 100% would be the least likely to feature on the SNES Mini, had an extra spot been available. An isometric racing game inspired by RC Pro-Am, Rock n’ Roll Racing is a cult classic from the company that would eventually evolve into Blizzard Entertainment. Play It Now: Not available on modern platforms NBA Jam He’s on fire! As for MM7, obviously Capcom has games on the Mini, so... Kirby's Super Star might require some extra emulation; I dunno how the Mini handles it, 1 emulator, or 1-per-game. Donkey Kong is out, replaced by Dixie Kong, who has a useful floating move to avoid dangers. The package includes the three other Super Mario Bros. titles (including the Japan only “Lost Levels”) and gives them a 16-bit audio-visual makeover. The best thing about the game (aside from the Ninja Turtles license, of course) is the number of attacks the player can perform. So I don't see how either could have worked. Kirby’s Dreamland 3 @blagobago Excellent point! The SNES Mini line-up has some strange omissions. Would never happen due to licensing issues but I'd love to have both sensible world of soccer and aladin. And because it's a compilation (plus its non-retail nature), putting it on a list like this feels like cheating, anyway. I'm just saying, these were VERY big deal titles in Japan, and I'm somewhat surprised that while the Squaresoft side got FFVI, and you guys promoted both Chrono Trigger and Seiken Densetsu 3 from Squaresoft, none of the great Enix titles were mentioned (and Enix was a bigger deal than Squaresoft before the merger). If not, there’s still lots of high quality platforming to enjoy. I would buy it just for Unirally if these games were also on the SNES Mini. crowd. @LUIGITORNADO I'm not sure that it has the definitive versions of the NES games. Apart from that the game line up is perfect for me, Rock n' roll racing! I'd rather not speculate much but I did question early on why Pilotwings was left off other than Nintendo wanting to leave enough space for third parties. They would have both not only made sense but they would have added something. "Piltowings" was my their game after "Super Mario World" and "F-Zero", it is one heck of an omission IMO. The Duel: Test Drive 2 And I'm sure there's others I'm forgetting... ActRaiser This guy @DESS-M-8 saved me typing my own list out, great list and I love games like Batman Returns more than I should. I would add in one of the Japan only FE games or NBA Jam as well but that's a solid list. I have most of those on my SNES Classic Edition. Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below. If you’ve got a choosy nature when it comes to SNES supported titles, and you want to know more about the best SNES games, we’ve got you covered. It’s a shame they weren’t included on the mini. The current crop of games that Nintendo selected for the SNES Classic Edition are somewhat thin on nodding toward the sports … Super Bomberman 3 is one was the last of the SNES titles to get a western release (two more followed in Japan) and while there is a single player mode, it’s the multiplayer portion of the game that provides constant entertainment. It's been in my top twenty since the early 90's, yet most people don't seem to even know that it exists! As for games I'd like to have seen included, Sunset Riders, Ninja Warriors Again, Pocky & Rocky 1 and 2, Super Bonk 1 and 2(just played those recently. All of them listed are great. It's arguably a better game than FFVI (and certainly a more approachable one). @Ebelskiver In what way? (This phenomenon is typical in action games and shoot ’em ups, but it’s pretty rare for puzzle games to be so intense.) The best-selling SNES game of all time, Super Mario Kart introduced the cartoony cast of kart racers and spawned one … LTTP I got lend from neighbour. The list of SNES Classic games covers a wide variety of genres, including racing games, role-playing games, fighting games, role playing games, action games, and more. Already installed Donkey Kong 2, 3, Killer Instinct and Dracula X - I love it! The lineup also seems to be missing a beat'em up like Final Fight or Knights of the Round Table which was a big genre for SNES. Yes, some titles posted here were of course SNES staples, but it's hard to argue what games are included aren't all good at worst, half a dozen bona fide all-time classics. It might not be a game that you play on religiously for months, but it’s one of the Best SNES Games for letting off steam after losing your temper with Zelda or dying for the 100th time on Super Mario World. No licensing issues, as far as I know. Those are what come to mind. Everything past those become a little subjective. -HDMI output Also, too obscure for the SNES Mini, but still, shout out to The Lost Vikings. the one game I would add. Tetris Attack? And I believe it did. Go in as blind as possible and you'll discover one of the best RPGs on any console. Mega Man X brought the series into the 16-bit era, but Mega Man 7 felt like an unexpected visit from an old friend. Every upgrade looks and feels distinctive, in a way that most RPG-style upgrade systems don't manage. Super Double DragonKiller InstinctSuper BombermanSecret of EvermoreBattletoads in BattlemaniacsSuper Star Wars Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes BackSuper Star Wars: Return of the JediTurtles in TimeBatman ReturnsChronotriggerDemolition ManSuper Smash TVSpider-Man: Maximum CarnageMagical Quest starring Mickey MouseDonkey Kong Country 2Donkey Kong Country 3Stunt Race FXSuper AlesteZombies are my Neighbours, The Mario All-Stars and DKC sound great for compilation purposes. Simple, but good)Harvest MoonHookIndiana Jones' Greatest AdventuresSuper Star Wars TrilogyLegend of the Mystical NinjaMagical QuestMickey & Donald: Magical Adventure 3Pocky & RockySuper Adventure Island 2Super Bomberman 2 (best of the series, better than #3; they went cheap after #2)Super Double DragonTMNT: Tournament FightersTetris AttackTetris & Dr. MarioSuper Tetris 3Wario's WoodsYoshi's Cookie. The game is a lot more fun when you take advantage of the co-op mode, but this should go without saying at this point. Also, where is Kirby's Dreamland 3? I would have loved the other games listed especially turtles in time but due to liscensing fees, I can understand why it wasn't. The game becomes so fast at times that the SNES starts to slow down. I'd love to see the chaos engine on that list. Test it out and see what you can create! Would have loved to have see sunset riders on Snes Classic. (who'd guessed) Thankfully my original SNES works, so does my Unirally. If I'm being really finicky I'd also prefer Donkey Kong Country 2 over the first game. puts you in control of a unicycle that you throw around a series of tracks that feature a number of jumps, twists, loops and hazards. DKC2 and 3 are shoe-ins of course as they were great, but if I had to add my own to this list, I'd mention these (including one I mentioned above: Mega Man 7Mega Man X2Mega Man X3Lufia & The Fortress of DoomLufia II: Rise of the SinistralsBreath of FireBreath of Fire IIFinal Fantasy II (IV)Super Double DragonIllusion of Gaia. Chrono, Bomberman, and Axelay are the only 3 that make sense as the publishers are on the little box and not tied by some dumb agreements of the 90s. I just want to play the games again that i’ve got on carts that consumed so much time during my uni days: Top Gear @Ebelskiver: Thanks for making me aware. Had so much fun with that game as a kid. @gurtifus YOU SIRE ARE A GENTLEMAN AND A SCHOLAR. Atmospheric music and impressive visuals (particularly the rolling effect on the vertical stages) help immerse you in the action and makes each playthrough a joy. Kirby’s Avalanche Ken Griffey's MLB Baseball. No love whatsoever!! Cannon Fodder ), Indiana Jones, and Bomberman 2. Nevertheless, I will play the game now on my old SNES, All these games make sense, but for me the biggest omission is Tetris Attack. Pilotwings20. Including Final Fantasy VI is nice, but I think Dragon Quest is perhaps even more important. Pure Nostalgia, I had one of these in my early teens. Good nod on Shadowrun too-- That one a friend kept telling me about back in the day, then I finally played it, and wow was it engrossing. You’re a witch on a broomstick and must fly through wonderfully designed fairytale-like levels blasting away at an assortment of creatures (regular shots, bombs and special attacks are available). Awful list. The SNES version stays very faithful to the PC original, and navigating through various menus with the gamepad is surprisingly intuitive. Do you agree with our list? People, it was a promotional cart. You’ll need to supply power, establish a transportation system, keep the crime rate low, manage disasters, and achieve balance among your residential, commercial, and industrial properties. Super Double Dragon The game has already been translated into English, after all, and it was even published in PAL territories by Nintendo themselves. As well as TETRIS ATTACK. Revolution X6. Donkey Kong Country is already included on the SNES Classic Edition and I’ve just made the case for why Donkey Kong Country 3 should have been included as well, so it would be pretty ridiculous if I neglected to mention the best game in the trilogy. Resident Evil it ain’t, but that’s a good thing in this case. A capcom themed nes classic with all the mega man and Disney games or konami nes classic would be awesome. Gradius III13. . 14. As the industry was breaking new ground with immersive 3D worlds, side-scrolling games were yesterday’s news. A hit in the arcades, this port only allows two-player action (as opposed to the coin-op’s four), but it added an extra stage, enemies and an (admittedly basic) one-on-one VS mode. While there’s little argument that the red plumber’s SNES debut, Super Mario World, is certainly his finest moment on the console, this little retro package certainly gives that dinosaur filled classic a run for its money. Square Enix is in control of publishing and with the company already having a couple of titles on the SNES Mini, this might well have been included, had more spots been available. Secret of Evermore This SNES port arrived the following year and despite the obvious visual downgrade captured the feel of the game well. I get why Dream Land 3 and DKC 3 arent on there as they are A+ games in visuals only. Desert Strike26. Super Street Fighter II14. I don’t have any major issues with any of the titles that were included, but there were obviously a number of games that I think should have made the cut. The stages in the game include many of the usual Ninja Turtle locales – like sewers, alleys, and the Technodrome – but you’ll also get to travel through time and fight through prehistoric wastelands, pirate ships, and moving trains. Final Fight 2 Yeah, while I personally prefer 8-bit Kung Fu, both trounce Soul Calibur, Smash Bros and all versions of Street Fighter soundly for sure ;D, (On a more serious note: Smash on N64 is the brawler that had the biggest impact on me in my younger years. You get no love for not having Final Fantasy II/IV on there. Super Star Wars Return of the Jedi Sure, too much of a good thing is a bad thing, but we still think the NES Classic Edition is missing these 30 great games. Doom23. Players have to be mindful of the positioning of enemies, and the inclusion of team moves provides incentive to experiment with different party members. Thanks for reading/commenting people. The SNES Classic Edition’s 21 game library covers a wide array of the most popular games to arrive on Super Nintendo over its lifespan. It’s unfortunate that many overlooked this sublime game because they were focused on the next wave of consoles. One stage required players to carry barrels over their heads to protect themselves from lighting strikes. And I-III all have beautiful re-releases on iOS. There was more variety in the stages, and new gimmicks were being introduced all the time. Super Tennis would have been an excellent addition, featuring simple pick-up-and-play mechanics, but with a wide variety of shots available courtesy of the controller’s face buttons. I definitely agree on the other two Donkey Kong games as well. . Of the ones on this list I think Super Tennis and Chrono Triggers are the two I agree with the most. -USB power input For reasons I cannot fully comprehend, Nintendo was caught off guard by the success of the NES Classic Edition. Chrono Trigger Your opinion matters! If only there was a way to get those great games added to the SNES mini. If I had to sacrifice an existing SNES Mini game to fit these 2 it's one of the Kirby games and an RPG - or both Kirby games! Backed by some brilliant music, U.N. Squadron is hugely enjoyable - be sure to check out the original Area 88 manga / anime on which it is based, too. Secret of Evermore I'm schocked thag no one wanted Kirbys Dreamland 3. GBC downgrades of I+II and III did come west, and eventually V and VI came west on the Nintendo DS. The series has appeared on a number of different systems over the years including the PC Engine, Dreamcast and Neo Geo Pocket Color, but only on occasion have games seen a Western release. 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