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SNES Merchandise

Experience the best that retro gaming has to offer with Zavvi US’s wide range of SNES merchandise. Featuring the triumphant return of the classic console, our line-up of products includes the long-awaited Legacy Cartridges, which boast original artwork and — of course — custom dust jackets.

Revisit The 16-Bit Era

Released in Japan and South Korea in 1990, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (otherwise known as SNES) followed in the footsteps of Nintendo’s first home console, the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). This advanced piece of technology allowed the company to stay ahead of its competitors, providing unrivalled graphics and sound at the time of its debut. Expectedly, the SNES became immensely popular among fans, and it was the best-selling console of the 16-bit era, overcoming the Sega Genesis, which launched before it.

Over the course of the console’s original lifespan, 1757 video games were released. These comprised some of the greatest games of all time: Super Mario World (1990), The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past (1991), Star Fox (1993), Secret Of Mana (1993), Donkey Kong Country (1994), EarthBound (1994), Super Metroid (1994), and Yoshi’s Island (1995).

To this day, the console remains a favorite of the gaming community, having attracted the attention of collectors as well as those looking for a nostalgic experience. Nintendo have accommodated this passionate group of gamers, offering emulated versions of past releases on the Virtual Console, the Super NES Classic Edition, and Nintendo Switch Online.

Gifts For Retro Gamers

If you’re on the hunt for a one-of-a-kind present, these are the best gifts for retro gamers. Start browsing today, and assemble the biggest and most enviable library of cartridges. There’s a whole host of games to purchase, such as the limited-edition remaster of The Lion King (1994), so ensure that you grab yours before they sell out.