Ever since June 6, 2011, when Nintendo released the Virtual Console service for 3DS, people have been waiting to be able to download SNES games, as the 3DS does not have a Game Boy Advance game slot. Also, since 3DS can play NES games, it makes sense that players should be able to play SNES games as well. 3DS has a circle pad, a start button, a select button, and A, B, X, Y buttons, so controls shouldn't be a problem. 3DS has Gamecube/Wii graphics, so the 3DS can definitely support SNES graphics. Gamers of today should be able to play games of old, including SNES games, on handheld devices, including the 3DS.