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Welcome back to the Gamer! Today, we are taking a look at the iconic Super Nintendo and 10 things you didn’t know your SNES could do.
Let’s start off with the Nintendo system itself. Has yours ever changed color over the years? Well if it has, you could be one of the very lucky few who own one of the earliest production models.
Next, we take a look at the peripherals. We all know about the bazookas and the pistols, but the ingenuity didn’t end there! Nope, there were tons of different things you could buy. Often times, the special controllers were a part of bundle deals, so if you didn’t know about them then, you probably won’t know about them today.
How about this: did you know that the Super Nintendo could accommodate more than 2 players? We didn’t either. And there are some games to support these large amounts of players. So far, we know of a way to have 5 gamers playing simultaneously and the games you can play together. Toward the end, we’ll give you all the information you need to pick these items up.
Lastly, did you know that your Super Nintendo is capable of playing online multiplayer and downloading additional games, maps, and music? Yep, Nintendo was among the first studios to bring their consoles online. Only trouble is, they didn’t bring it to America, so you probably haven’t heard about it.
Script by: Stuart Hall
Voice Over by: Sam Skolnik
Edited by: Kyle Mirzaian
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Bought one on the first day it was out: brought it home and watched the games hop. Had to send it off to get chipped. Mine turned yellow and I still have it but the connectors have started to degrade and look soapy.
#10 makes me happy. Now companies build things purposefully to break so you have to buy another. This is a signal of better times, as they literally redesigned the device to avoid even a user error. I respect them for that. This same idea is why 90s cars still run fine today but your 2015 Toyota corolla has already been taken to the shop 5 times. *sigh*
lol you assumption of height averages for the genders is quite off. The average heigh for males is worldwide around 5'6''-5'9' and for females world wide its around 5'4''-5'7''. Lot closer than people realise, even in countries where both genders are taller than the world average such as in scandinavia or germany, where average height for either gender is usually greater than in other countries.
"it turns yellow" ...duh, most aparatus from 80's-90's turn yellow...dont you have anything else in store ?
btw, in a 3D printing era, everyone knows what ABS is and that it's made out of gasoil...so flamable
That moment when you know this video sucks and want to dislike but you see the likes/dislikes are disabled with the counter... well at that point you know the video really sucks and the creator knows it
"Did you know that the super Nintendo can play games? Most people thought it was a paper weight so be sure to dig up your old snes and play a game cartridge in the slot and plug into your television to play games. Did you know there was a game called Super Mario world? You play as an ltalian plummer and it's definitely something worth digging your old paper weight up out of your basement for"
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