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Welcome to SNES HUB, the premier Super Nintendo fansite for reviews and articles. My goal is to have an in-depth review of every Super Nintendo game ever made. In addition to that, I plan to have feature articles pertaining to the Super NES and a highly active Super Nintendo forum …

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John Madden Football ’93 Review

John Madden 93 Review Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore There’ something special about sports video games from the third and fourth generations that will always captivate me. With little material to develop a storyline or level structure, programmers were able to digitally immerse gamers in the thrills of being both a fan and athlete in an exciting …

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King of Dragons Review

The King of Dragons Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda Capcom in the 1990s was nothing if not a skilled practitioner of genre games and accordingly, their established reputation would seem less believable if their high-concept smashes didn’t come with some good also-rans. The case in point here is their Middle Ages brawler King of Dragons, a …

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Beavis and Butt-Head Review

Beavis and Butthead Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda The box art to Beavis and Butt-Head, in lieu of an ESRB rating, has a small rectangle warning that the game is “Appropriate for Ages 13 and Older”. The message is more of a statement about the title characters’ knee-jerk reputation than it is an indicator of …

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Super Bowling Review

Super Bowling Review Super Nintendo

  Author: Masamune Bowling isn’t a particularly exciting sport. It’s indoors in a dimly lit arena. It’s deadly silent most of the time. Perhaps the most energetic part about it as a spectator is something like this. But that’s pretty rare. With that being said, bowling can be entertaining when …

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James Bond Jr. Review


Author: John Legendoffzelda Some terrible video games let you know exactly what you’re in for. It isn’t simply that the game is a pile of dreary, uninspired gameplay elements Scotch-taped together by the developers – there’s always some kind of extra warning signal. This game’s case of red alert awfulness …

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An American Tail: Fievel Goes West Review

An American Tail Fievel Goes West SNES review

Author: SNESFTW An American Tail: Fievel Goes West was released in 1994 by Hudson Soft. The game was based off the animated movie of the same name that was released in 1991. A bit odd that a game was released three years after the movie hit theatres. Is that a …

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GP-1 Review

GP-1 Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda There are higher stakes to racing on a motorcycle than some other modes of transportation. There’s less of an engineered safety barrier within the vehicle’s unsteady, open-faced design. And with the capability of reaching incredibly high speeds, the situation of injuring yourself by getting into an accident …

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Killer Instinct Killer Cuts Soundtrack Review

Killer Instinct Killer Cuts review

  Author: Masamune Some of the writers at SNES Hub decided a review of the Killer Cuts soundtrack was in order since there is a review of the game. Below are my impressions of the various tracks. Track 1: K.I. Feeling This is an interesting song. It sounds like trance …

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Brett Hull Hockey Review

Brett Hull Hockey Super Nintendo Review

Author: jrsupermoore I might not have spent many hours of my youth in the library reading books, but I did enjoy many a fun filled scrimmage of roller hockey with my friends in the library parking lot. Here, hard earned allowance money was spent on sticks, roller blades, knee guards — anything …

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Super Back to the Future II Review

Super Back to the Future II review

Author: John Legendoffzelda Three years after the end of the Back to the Future film series, long after America gave up on the notion of a good video game adaptation, the Japan-exclusive music label Toshiba EMI released Super Back to the Future II. The game’s quality might remind players of …

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