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SNES Remix is the upcoming sequel to the 2012 downloadable Wii U eShop game, "NES Remix" and the recent, "NES Remix 2". It will once again appear on the Nintendo Wii U.
In SNES Remix there are 20 games to choose from:
Super Mario World with 35 challenges.
Super Metroid with 20 challenges.
Super Mario Kart with 20 challenges.
F-Zero with 20 challenges.
Sim City with 20 challenges.
Harvest Moon with 15 challenges.
Donkey Kong Country with 20 challenges.
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest with 15 challenges.
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island with 20 challenges.
Earthbound with 25 challenges.
Star Fox with 15 challenges.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past with 30 challenges.
Super Punch Out!! with 25 challenges.
Pilotwings with 20 challenges.
Tetris Attack with 10 challenges.
Kirby Super Star with 20 challenges.
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars with 25 challenges.
Remix I with 30 challenges.
Remix II with 30 challenges,
And Remix III with 20 challenges.
That's a whole lot to play. The good news is that a majority of the challenges here don't take too much time, while some aren't supposed to take too much time but will due to many game overs. No matter what, the game is going to be challenging. Much harder than the first two NES Remixes.
The gameplay in SNES Remix isn't two far fetched. All you have to do is complete a series of challenges across twenty SNES games. In this edition, the remixed SNES games are much more emphasized upon. Remix I and all of it's challenges are unlocked from the very start, while Remix II only has one stage unlocked and you have to collect stars to move forward in it. Remix III is only unlocked when you beat everything, which can be a great pain. Like I said, SNES Remix is challenging. Remix III is a great example of this, testing only the greatest of gamers. Practice makes perfect in SNES Remix!
There is also a new mode available from the start called, "Super Wario Bros.". In this additional game mode you play as 16-bit Wario in a backwards Super Mario Bros. We've seen this before with Luigi, but it returns for those wanting to play it without having to leave SNES Remix and boot up NES Remix 2. It's a really nice touch.
You can collect stamps again in this edition to post to Miiverse. Now Mario can say something to Link, or Samus can jump on Kirby. Of course, we've seen that before, but in 16-bit form? I don't think so!
Posting to Miiverse isn't all you can do. If you own both NES Remix and NES Remix 2 you can play the Extreme Championship Mode, where you complete for the best spot on the online leaderboards. You can also play with a ghost player like in Super Mario 3D World to learn some tips and tricks and get a visual on how to beat your rivals.