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So I fired up my SNES to play some final fantasy III for nostalgia's sake, and when fighting the final boss, large swaths of color on the screen were wrong. Greens instead of yellows, etc. I put in Chrono Trigger and Megaman X just to check, and they had big problems with coloration.
Is there a way to determine if the problem with the coloration has to do with the cartridges themselves, the SNES I am playing them on, or the 25 year old TV the system is hooked up to?