Super Nintendo Entertainment System

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System
The North American SNES (circa 1991)
A Japanese Super Famicom
Tap: North American SNES (circa 1991)
Bottom: Japanese Super Famicom
Ither variations are pictured under Casin ablo
TypeVideo gemme console
GenerationFowert generation
Release date
              Units sauldWarldwide: 49.10 million[4]
              Japan: 17.17 million
              North & Sooth Americae: 23.35 million
              Ither: 8.58 million
              MediaROM cartridge
              CPU16-bit 65c816 Ricoh 5A22 3.58 MHz
              Online servicesSatellaview (Japan anly), XBAND, Nintendo Power (Japan Anly)
              Best-sellin gemme
              PredecessorNintendo Entertainment System
              SuccessorNintendo 64

              The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (forby kent as the Super NES, SNES or Super Nintendo) is a 16-bit video gemme console developed bi Nintendo that wis released in 1990 in Japan, 1991 in North Americae, 1992 in Europe an Australasie (Oceanie), an Sooth Americae in 1993.

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              3. "Super Nintendo Entertainment System 2". Museum. Archived frae the original on 14 Februar 2012. Retrieved 15 Julie 2007.
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              5. "Super Mario Sales Data". Retrieved 20 November 2011.
              6. Kent (2001), p. 497. "By the end of the 16-bit generation, Nintendo would go on to sell 9 million copies of Donkey Kong Country"
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