Why were these games left out of the Super Nintendo Classic Edition?

1. DKC 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (Better than the original from all aspects) 2. Chrono Trigger (Revolutionary and extremely creative RPG) 3. Zombies Ate My Neighbors (Plays like a game based on a good comedy horror movie with early 90's technology) 4. Pilot Wings (One of the first games of its kind) (Not the... show more 1. DKC 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (Better than the original from all aspects)
2. Chrono Trigger (Revolutionary and extremely creative RPG)
3. Zombies Ate My Neighbors (Plays like a game based on a good comedy horror movie with early 90's technology)
4. Pilot Wings (One of the first games of its kind) (Not the best)
5. NBA Jam (Fast paced action and fun and there are no actual sports titles on the system except for Punch Out)
6. Kirby's Dream Land 3 (Underrated latecomer in 1997, just as good as Kirby's Super Star)
7. Tetris Attack (Best Tetris theme and gameplay of the era, hands down)
Update: 8. TMNT IV: Turtles In Time
Update 2: Rare gave away the console rights of DK and DKC to Nintendo after they were bought out by Microsoft. That's why they could still port the series to the GBA in the mid 2000's. Furthermore, Nintendo created DK and still owns the rights to all DKC content which is why we have DKC Returns and DKC: Tropical... show more Rare gave away the console rights of DK and DKC to Nintendo after they were bought out by Microsoft. That's why they could still port the series to the GBA in the mid 2000's. Furthermore, Nintendo created DK and still owns the rights to all DKC content which is why we have DKC Returns and DKC: Tropical Freeze on Nintendo consoles made by other developers. The only thing Nintendo may not own from DKC at this point is the Kremlings.
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