English version Super 8 System! Everything is in English for you. Play NES, Famicom, Super Famicom and SNES games on your Super Nintendo System. Comes with everything you need but SNES system and a required SNES AV cable not included.
In the age of 64-bit systems, the original Nintendo system has been officially retired. Nostalgic fans of past hits will appreciate the opportunity to put the'NES' back in'SNES' with the Super 8 converter from Innovation.
The adaptor comes without documentation, save for what is provided on its packaging. It connects directly into the Super NES cartridge slot and audio/video outlet, and must also be hooked to a television or VCR with A/V ports. Three separate slots will play NES, SNES, Famicom (Japanese NES) and Super Famicom (Japanese SNES). When turned on, a menu allows the choice of playing an 8-bit or 16-bit game, allowing you to keep one game in each of two slots. Here the receiver for the Super Scope must not be plugged in, or selections will not work; it will function normally afterward.
SNES games operate identically; NES games, however, do not have their controls remapped to the old buttons. While the SNES button B is still B, Y is now A. X, A, L, and R are unused.
The required A/V cables do not come with the Super 8, but is included with the basic Super NES set. Unfortunately, this particular cable will not fit the adaptor perfectly and will often come loose between games.It should be firmly taped or otherwise secured to ensure it will stay there. The connectors which receive Super NES games are very tight and will give even musclemen difficulty removing them. Since the connectors are the problem and not the slot itself, it is not a defect which may literally be filed away. The connectors tend to become looser over time, though. This item is in the category "Video Games & Consoles\Video Game Consoles". The seller is "cheapgamestuff" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.