What If The NES Could Display All Of Its Colors?

The Nintendo Entertainment System was designed to draw from a palette of just 64 colors, of which 16 could appear on the screen at the same time, and only four could be used per sprite.

But what if instead of designing the SNES, Nintendo designed a special in-cart chip or add-on to the NES that could let the system use all 64 (well, 54) colors at the same time?

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