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SNES Nintendo Classic Mini Super Nintendo Entertainment System EU Famicon Version $71.96 or or w/ 6ft. Extension Cable $76.40 + Free Shipping

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Differences between this (famicon / EU version) and SNES (North America):

This version doesn't come with USB ac adapter like the US version does. Not a deal-breaker for most, and cheap to get

No warranty here in the states on EU version vs. one year on the NA version. Theoretically, I guess it's possible people could convince them to honor it anyway if necessary, but that would be highly YMMV. But it's also a relatively simple device for them to manufacture (not cutting edge, and as long as they chose not to cut corners, should be very reliable). Odds of failure are fairly low IMHO

Famicon (EU) version has slightly different exterior design than SNES version

Controller has 4-color buttons for ABXY, and rounded caps (convex - curving outward). SNES version has two concave buttons (curving inward) and two convex buttons to differentiate them. Dark blue / light blue. (i.e. the same as SNES controller).

Different color scheme / palette on the in-game interface

Otherwise, all games are the same, and both units operate the same.

I have this version myself and like it.
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Differences between this (famicon / EU version) and SNES (North America):

This version doesn't come with USB ac adapter like the US version does. Not a deal-breaker for most, and cheap to get

No warranty here in the states on EU version vs. one year on the NA version. Theoretically, I guess it's possible people could convince them to honor it anyway if necessary, but that would be highly YMMV. But it's also a relatively simple device for them to manufacture (not cutting edge, and as long as they chose not to cut corners, should be very reliable). Odds of failure are fairly low IMHO

Famicon (EU) version has slightly different exterior design than SNES version

Controller has 4-color buttons for ABXY, and rounded caps (convex - curving outward). SNES version has two concave buttons (curving inward) and two convex buttons to differentiate them. Dark blue / light blue. (i.e. the same as SNES controller).

Different color scheme / palette on the in-game interface

Otherwise, all games are the same, and both units operate the same.

I have this version myself and like it.
Awesome informative post and appreciate the insight for members to read!
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