Top Five Most Wanted Games For Potential SNES Classic

The NES Classic was an incredible success for Nintendo when it launched last year. The mini system has went on to sell over 1 million units in a short amount of time, so why wouldn’t Nintendo have plans to create mini version of one of its most popular consoles ever? Here’s hoping there is merit to the rumors, and if so this is our list of games we would like to see most on the potential SNES Classic.

Super Mario World

If there was ever a game that defined a console, this is it. Just about anyone who has ever touched a gaming controller has memories of playing Super Mario World, and I’m not sure if there is any other title in the long library of SNES games that would deserve to be included on the SNES Classic than this. Platforming at its finest, and gaming at its purest.

Megaman X

The SNES saw the reinvention of so many classic characters, and Mega Man was no different. Mega Man X sported a bold new look for the Blue Bomber, and ushered in a new age of robot fighting mayhem. Introducing new characters and weapons, the X series took a classic hero and brought him to a new age of gaming, without sacrificing what made us fans in the first place.

Castlevania IV

This franchise in its most raw form. With its unforgiving platforming segments and boss battles, this was Castlevania at its best, until Symphony of The Night showed up to become one of the greatest games ever made.

Tetris Attack

Don’t let the name fool you, this isn’t your father’s Tetris. Actually, despite the name this isn’t Tetris at all, but that doesn’t keep it from being a highly addictive puzzle game. Officially, Tetris Attack is the first game in the Puzzle League series, its competitive multiplayer makes it hard to put down, throw in some Yoshi’s Island, and you have one of the best puzzle games ever made

TMNT: Turtles in Time

Regarded to some as the best Beat ‘Em up of all time, Turtles in Times takes everything you love about 90s arcade side scrollers and turns it to 11. A direct sequel to the original TMNT arcade game, Turtles is superior to its predecessor in every way.

What games would you all love to see playable if and when Nintendo decides to release a SNES Classic? The console has one of the largest and most storied library of games in history, so there definitely isn’t a shortage of titles that could be chosen.