SNES: CONSOLE - MODEL SNS-101 - INCL: 1 CTRL; AV; AC ADAPTER (USED)

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The New-Style Super NES[2] (commonly referred to as SNES Mini, SNES Jr., or its model number SNS-101[3]) is a compact redesign of the original Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game console released by Nintendo in 1997. In Japan, the system is called the Super Famicom Jr. (Japanese: スーパーファミコン ジュニア Hepburn: Sūpā Famikon Junia). The New-Style Super NES continued Nintendo's practice of releasing low-cost, redesigned systems towards the end of a platform's lifespan.The New-Style Super NES was designed by Lance Barr, who also designed the NES-001, NES-101, and the SNS-001.[4] Released at a lower price point, Nintendo marketed it as an entry-level gamer's system[5] for customers who were on a budget and who may have been put off by the higher price of other more modern systems such as the Nintendo 64, Sega Saturn and PlayStation. Nintendo marketed the system in North America simply as the "Super Nintendo Entertainment System", just as the company had done the original SNS-001 model. It was released in North America on October 20, 1997[3] and retailed for US$99.95[6] The system was available as a stand-alone package or in a variety of bundles, each including one pack-in game such as:

Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island[7]
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Target exclusive)
Kirby Super Star (Target exclusive)
Tetris Attack (Toys "R" Us exclusive)

The system was released in Japan as the Super Famicom Jr. on March 27, 1998 and retailed for ¥7,800.[8] It was given the model number SHVC-101 and is very similar to the New-Style Super NES in both appearance and functionality. It was manufactured until September 2003.[9]

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