The SNES Encyclopedia

Every Game Released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Chris Scullion

Following on from the previously released NES Encyclopedia, the SNES Encyclopedia is the ultimate resource for fans of Nintendo's second home video game console, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
Date Published :
October 2020
Publisher :
White Owl
Illustration :
714 color illustrations
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding : Hardback
ISBN : 9781526737830

Dimensions : 11.5 X 8.25 inches
Stock Status : Not Yet Published. Available for Pre-OrderPages : 272
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$39.95

Overview
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Following on from the previously released NES Encyclopedia, The SNES Encyclopedia is the ultimate resource for fans of Nintendo's second home video game console, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Containing detailed information on all 780 games released for the SNES in the west, this enormous book is full of screenshots, trivia and charmingly bad jokes. It also includes a bonus section covering the entire 22-game library of the Virtual Boy, Nintendo's ill-fated 3D system which was released at the end of the SNES's life.

About The Author
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Chris Scullion first fell in love with video games over 30 years ago with his discovery of the NES at age four. 13 years ago, he turned his passion into a profession as a video games journalist, most notably as the longest-running staff member of Official Nintendo Magazine. Chris has also written for Computer and Video Games, Official Xbox Magazine, Official PlayStation Magazine, Nintendo Life, Retro Gamer, GamesMaster, Polygon, Red Bull, Vice, and The Guardian, and has appeared on the BBC News to discuss goings-on in the world of video games. In 2018 he was nominated for Best Critic by the Games Media Brit List.

When Chris was nine years old and reading The Complete Guide To Consoles, he decided he wanted to pursue a dream of one day writing for a Nintendo video game magazine and writing something definitive, like the very guides that drew him to this dream. Chris has been living the first part of his dream for the past 13 years; The NES Encyclopedia is his realization of the second part.