When the Super Nintendo was released many years ago, it was an amazing piece of technology responsible for countless sibling fights over who had next turn.
Fast forward to today, and nearly every one of us has a smartphone that puts the SNES to shame. It's just the exponential growth of technology. It's not Nintendo's fault, just the way the world works. I could fit not only every single SNES game on my phone, but NES, Genesis, Turbo Grafx 16, Neo-Geo, and pretty much all of my favorite Playstation and N64 titles just on my internal storage alone. Now if I got an SD card, then we'd be doing some real damage.
So when people bought the SNES classic, they were understandably upset that the box came with a limited number of titles. Are most of them timeless? Yes. Awesome? Of course they are. But that doesn't mean there weren't some glaring omissions. Thankfully, just like the NES classic before it, people figured out a way to hack the new retro console, giving you access to literally every game ever made for the Super Nintendo.