Nintendo's previous console the NES (or Famicom as it was known in its native Japan) enjoyed seven years of almost unrivalled dominance following its initial launch in Japan in 1983 and had almost single-handedly rehabilitated the home video game market, turning Nintendo into a household name across the globe.
Focussing on the Super Famicom in Japan and the SNES across North America and Europe, SNES/Super Famicom: a visual compendium offers a visual snapshot of the best games, developers, box art and product design from across these territories. As the name suggests, the book is mainly visual; it won't be a super-detailed insight into the SNES/Super Famicom, but more a visual companion designed to stir up excitement and nostalgia for this fantastic machine and its legacy of classic games.
The book measures 170mm x 230mm and is printed lithographically to the highest standards. This ensures that colours in the book are really vibrant and pages have a high-quality, luxurious feel to them. As standard, all visual compendiums now come with a spot varnished cover and a spot varnished protective dust jacket. The binding is 'thread sewn' which means that the book can lie flat so the imagery can be fully enjoyed. The binding does not use glue which can crack over time and result in loose pages. Thread sewn binding is the best available.
SNES/Super Famicom: a visual compendium is available in softcover and hardback edition, both 500+ pages long. The hardback edition will come with four Super Famicom coloured bookmark ribbons as standard and both the hardback and softcover include a 3mm protective board slipcase which has a lenticular fascia and is shrink-wrapped.
536 pages, 170mm x 230mm, Gatefold pages, 3mm protective board slipcase with lenticular fascia, Lithographic print, Hardback, Sewn binding, Spot varnish cover, Spot varnish dust jacket.
Akira Nishitani, Andrew Hayward, Andy Roberts, Brian Fehdrau, Chris Sutherland, Colin Anderson, Damien McFerran, David Giltinan, David Warhol, Don Coyner, Dylan Cuthbert, Eugene Jarvis, Frank Matzke, Gail Tilden, Gary Bracey, Giles Goddard, Greg Ford, Greg Sewart, Gregg Barnett, Gregg Mayles, Hideki Konno, Hidenori Shibao, Hifumi Kono, Hiroki Kikuta, Hironobu, Sakaguchi, Howard Philips, James Leach, Jason Brookes, Jeff Peters, Jez San, John Gillin, John Tobias, Jonathan Davies, Julian Eggebrecht, Julian Rignall, Jun Nagashima, Kazuhiko Aoki, Keiji Inafune, Kelly Rogers, Kev Bayliss, Kevin Henderson, Kinuyo Yamashita, Kouji Yokota, Krister Wombell, Mario Zavala, Mark Stevenson, Martin Alessi, Masahiro Ueno, Masanori Adachi, Masatoshi Mitori, Masayuki Suzuki, Matt Bielby, Michael Brook, Michael Stragey, Mick McGinty, Mike Koelsch, Ned Langman, Nick Bruty, Nigel Cook, Perry Rodgers, Phil Theobald, Ritchie Brannan, Robert Jerauld, Robert Workman, Ryouji Amano, Sam Kennedy, Samuel Claiborn, Samwise Didier, Satoshi Nakai, Shigeru Miyamoto, Shigesato Itoi, Simon Aubrey Drake, Simon Butler, Soyo Oka, Ste Pickford, Stephen Robertson, Steve Harris, Steve Jarratt, Steve Mayles, Taichi Ishizuka, Takashi Tokita, Ted Woolsey, Thomas Brockhage, Tim Lindquist, Tomoyoshi Miyazaki, Toshihiko Nakago, Trickman’ Terry Minnich, Will Wright, Yasuhiro Wada, Yoko Shimomura, Yoshio Sakamoto, Yoshiro Kimura and Yuji Horii.
Please note that some content may not be suitable for young children. This book is unofficial and not licensed from Nintendo.