No doubt you'll have some disagreements. That's why we have comments. Be sure to leave your thoughts! Kicking off our countdown is a Capcom classic, a game that came to the SNES by way of the late '80s arcade scene — Final Fight.
It was an evolutionary brawler in its original coin-op form, taking the beat-'em-up structure of earlier titles like Double Dragon to the next level. Then, on the SNES, it helped define what 16-bit home console brawlers would be — and inspired two SNES-exclusive sequels. Well, kind of three.
The Super NES Classic Edition features true classics, including some of the most popular and recognizable games ever made. Games such as The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Final Fantasy III, Earthbound and Secret of Mana each offer deep, engrossing gameplay that can last for dozens of hours. The Wii's Classic Controller is also compatible with the Super NES Classic Edition. While the NES Classic Edition controller is technically functional with the Super NES Classic Edition, gameplay is impossible in most games due to the missing action buttons (X, Y, L, and R).