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Several SNES games were ported to the PlayStation. More often than not the PS1 ports offer more features. However, the CD format creates loading times. Contrary to popular belief, most of these ports are not emulated. They simply take the text and graphical assets from the SNES game ROM image on the disc, with the rest of the programming being original work.  
 
Several SNES games were ported to the PlayStation. More often than not the PS1 ports offer more features. However, the CD format creates loading times. Contrary to popular belief, most of these ports are not emulated. They simply take the text and graphical assets from the SNES game ROM image on the disc, with the rest of the programming being original work.  
  
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PS1: Extra content including FMV & bestiary, longer load times
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PS1: Extra content including FMV & beastiary, longer load times
 
<br />NDS: PS1 extra content (with load times fixed) plus more extra content, touch controls, more literal translation, French translation added
 
<br />NDS: PS1 extra content (with load times fixed) plus more extra content, touch controls, more literal translation, French translation added
 
<br />iOS/Android: Translation based on NDS with additional languages, touch controls, mostly unchanged graphics.
 
<br />iOS/Android: Translation based on NDS with additional languages, touch controls, mostly unchanged graphics.
 
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| style="text-align: left;"| PS1/PC: Titled ''Clock Tower: The First Fear''. FMV, minor graphical changes; additional new weapon, enemy, & location
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| style="text-align: left;"| PS1 & Windows: Titled ''Clock Tower: The First Fear''. FMV, minor graphical changes; additional new weapon, enemy, & location
 
Wonderswan: greyscale colors, poorer audio, lower graphical quality, slightly reduced screen size
 
Wonderswan: greyscale colors, poorer audio, lower graphical quality, slightly reduced screen size
 
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| style="text-align: left;"|Titled ''Contra Advance: The Alien Wars EX''. Removed dual wielding and mega bombs, added lock aim, Mode 7 levels replaced with levels from Contra: Hard Corps, worse audio.
 
| style="text-align: left;"|Titled ''Contra Advance: The Alien Wars EX''. Removed dual wielding and mega bombs, added lock aim, Mode 7 levels replaced with levels from Contra: Hard Corps, worse audio.
 
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| style="text-align: left;"| GBA: Titled ''Donkey Kong Country 2''. Increased brightness, worse contrast, color saturation, and audio; mini-games, time trial.
 
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| style="text-align: left;"| GBA: Titled ''Donkey Kong Country 3''. Increased brightness, worse contrast, color saturation; new soundtrack by David Wise; mini-games, time trial.
 
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PS2: Full 3D remake with party enhancements. Only released in Japan.
 
PS2: Full 3D remake with party enhancements. Only released in Japan.
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<br />iOS/Android: Port of the DS version.
 
<br />iOS/Android: Port of the DS version.
 
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DS: Remake done in a similar vein to the remakes of the previous two games. Features some core gameplay changes.
 
DS: Remake done in a similar vein to the remakes of the previous two games. Features some core gameplay changes.
 
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| style="text-align: left;"|Worse audio. Japan only.
 
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<br />NDS: Very different 3D remake following FFIII on DS (no PSP release unlike it).
 
<br />NDS: Very different 3D remake following FFIII on DS (no PSP release unlike it).
 
<br />PC: HD version of DS remake.
 
<br />PC: HD version of DS remake.
<br />iOS/Android/PC: DS version port, followed by an exclusive 3D remake of ''The After Years'' on iOS/Android.
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PS1: First official English release of the game.
 
PS1: First official English release of the game.
 
<br />GBA: Titled ''Final Fantasy V Advance''. New translation. Extra content, worse audio.
 
<br />GBA: Titled ''Final Fantasy V Advance''. New translation. Extra content, worse audio.
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GBA: Titled ''Final Fantasy VI Advance''. New translation. Extra content, worse audio.
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<br />GBA: Titled ''Final Fantasy VI Advance''. New translation. Extra content, worse audio.
<br />iOS/Android/PC: Translation based on GBA version, redone sprites and Mode-7 sections (RPG Maker art style), touch controls, reworked Cyan Bushido.
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<br />iOS/Android: Redone sprites and Mode-7 sections (RPG Maker art style), touch controls, reworked Cyan Bushido.
 
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| style="text-align: left;"|DS: Only official English release of the game.
 
| style="text-align: left;"|DS: Only official English release of the game.
 
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|Ganbare Goemon 1<br />Yuki-Hime's Disappearance<br />US: The Legend of the Mystical Ninja  
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| style="text-align: left;"|GBA: Worse audio, no multiplayer/co-op, more save slots than the Super Famicom release, can change character any time. Japan only. Bundled with Ganbare Goemon 1.
 
| style="text-align: left;"|GBA: Worse audio, no multiplayer/co-op, more save slots than the Super Famicom release, can change character any time. Japan only. Bundled with Ganbare Goemon 1.
 
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| style="text-align: left;"|GBA: Worse audio, no multiplayer/co-op, more save slots, can change character any time. Japan only. Bundled with Ganbare Goemon 2.
 
| style="text-align: left;"|GBA: Worse audio, no multiplayer/co-op, more save slots, can change character any time. Japan only. Bundled with Ganbare Goemon 2.
 
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| style="text-align: left;"|Titled ''Kirby Super Star Ultra''. Extra games, enhanced graphics.
 
| style="text-align: left;"|Titled ''Kirby Super Star Ultra''. Extra games, enhanced graphics.
 
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| style="text-align: left;"|GBA: Extra dungeon reliant on ''Four Swords'' game. More accurate translation, more shops, new enemies. Link voice clips from ''Ocarina of Time''. Simplified difficulty (20 digs like PAL SNES version instead of 25 in digging minigame, Ice Dungeon layout)
 
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| style="text-align: left;"|GBA: Only official English release. Worse audio. No dash button. Smaller screen resolution makes the game borderline unplayable.
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DOS: Different aspect ratio, worse audio, buggy wall climbing.
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<br />GC/PS2: SNES version included in ''Mega Man X Collection''. The collection also includes extra content like music player and art gallery.
 
 
<br />PSP: Titled ''Mega Man Maverick Hunter X''. Full 3D remake, different Sigma stages. Serves as an alternate take on the original game.
 
<br />PSP: Titled ''Mega Man Maverick Hunter X''. Full 3D remake, different Sigma stages. Serves as an alternate take on the original game.
<br />iOS: Touch controls, "redrawn" graphics (actually smeared versions of the SNES graphics), much slower gameplay, level movement restrictions, no stage changes after beating Mavericks in a certain order, optional microtransactions.<br />PS4/PC/Switch/XB1: SNES and SFC versions are included in ''Mega Man X Legacy Collection'' with extra content including achievements, music player, art gallery, challenges, and more.
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GC/PS2: Included in ''Mega Man X Collection''. The collection also includes extra content like music player and art gallery.
 
PS4/PC/Switch/XB1: SNES and SFC versions are included in ''Mega Man X Legacy Collection'' with extra content including achievements, music player, art gallery, challenges, and more.
 
 
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<br />PC: Port of PS1 version. Cannot be directly installed on 64-bit OSes; you must extract the files manually. Files fail to save after reboot if this is done.
 
<br />PC: Port of PS1 version. Cannot be directly installed on 64-bit OSes; you must extract the files manually. Files fail to save after reboot if this is done.
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| style="text-align: left;"|Titled ''Ogre Battle: Limited Edition''. Slightly enhanced graphics and sound.
 
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PS2: Enhanced 3D graphics
 
PS2: Enhanced 3D graphics
 
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Android/iOS: Partially enhanced graphics, enhanced fonts & menus, touch controls
 
<br />PC/PS4/Vita: Full 3D remake with animated cutscenes, voice acting, and remixed soundtrack
 
<br />Switch: SNES version included in ''Collection of Mana'' with borders around the game.
 
 
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The version in ''Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World'' has unique sprites for Luigi.
 
<br />GBA: Titled ''Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2''. Slight additions, worse audio, Mario voice clips. Different Luigi sprites from either SNES version.
 
<br />GBA: Titled ''Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2''. Slight additions, worse audio, Mario voice clips. Different Luigi sprites from either SNES version.
 
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| style="text-align: left;"|GBA: Titled ''Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3''. New levels, worse audio.
 
| style="text-align: left;"|GBA: Titled ''Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3''. New levels, worse audio.
 
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PS1: Slowdown removed.
 
PS1: Slowdown removed.
 
<br />GBA: New levels, worse audio.
 
<br />GBA: New levels, worse audio.
 
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|Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together
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PS1: First English release. Slightly enhanced music.
 
PS1: First English release. Slightly enhanced music.
 
<br />PSP: Very enhanced, more features
 
<br />PSP: Very enhanced, more features
 
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|Tales of Phantasia
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PS1: Cleaner graphics, different sprites, new effects, partial voice acting, food system, skits.
 
<br />GBA: Based on PS1 version but scaled down, additional content, worse audio, decreased framerate.
 
<br />PSP (Full Voice Edition): port of PS1 edition including GBA additional content plus full voice acting, new sprites.
 
<br />PSP (''Tales of Phantasia X Narikiri Dungeon''): PSP version with even more additional content (Grade shop) and a remade spin-off.
 
<br />iOS/Android: F2P port of ToP X. Sub-par translation. At least GBA one had better controls and interface than this. No longer available.
 
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|Trials of Mana<br />JP: Seiken Densetsu 3
 
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Switch (remake): Titled ''Trials of Mana''. Full 3D remake with animated cutscenes and remixed soundtrack.<br />Switch (SNES port): An official translated port of the original game is included in ''Collection of Mana'' as ''Trials of Mana'' internationally.
 
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|Umihara Kawase
 
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DS: As part of the JP-only ''Umihara Kawase SE Kanzenban'' compilation. Both games in the compilation were ported from scratch with minor enhancements and slightly differently-sounding MIDI music, with the physics properly implemented unlike all other ports.
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'''PS1:''' Cleaner graphics, different sprites, new effects, partial voice acting, food system, skits.
<br />Vita: As part of the third game, but only included in its Vita port. Seems like emulation.
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<br />'''GBA:''' Based on PS1 version but scaled down, additional content, worse audio, decreased framerate.
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<br />'''PSP Full Voice Edition:''' port of PS1 edition including GBA additional content plus full voice acting, new sprites.
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<br />'''PSP Tales of Phantasia X Narikiri Dungeon:''' PSP version with even more additional content (Grade shop) and a remade spin-off.
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<br />'''iOS/Android:''' F2P port of ToP X. Sub-par translation. At least GBA one had better controls and interface than this. No longer available.
 
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[[Category:Notable ports]]
 
[[Category:Notable ports]]

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