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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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James Bond Jr. Review

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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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Castlevania: Dracula X Review

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  Author: John Legendoffzelda For all the edge and shimmering visuals apparent throughout Castlevania: Dracula X, you can still see its creators reinstating the series’ strict roots and doing so with relative panache.  No swinging from hooks, no whipping in a direction that isn’t directly in front of you, and …

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True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club Review

True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club Review Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore I can imagine what a 15-year old Tiger Woods must have thought after playing True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club with his factory fresh Super Nintendo in 1991. “You can choose your own caddy!”, the young golfer might have mused. “And you can alter your foot stance, choice of club, even what …

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Demon’s Crest 2nd Opinion

Demons's Crest Review Super Nintendo

  Author: Eric Dude Demon’s Crest is the third entry in a somewhat underappreciated action adventure series from Capcom. The trials and tribulations of Firebrand (a.k.a. the Red Demon from Ghosts ‘n Goblins) first began on the black & white Game Boy with Gargoyle’s Quest, and then graduated to the …

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First Samurai Review

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Author: John Legendoffzelda In its own uncommon and assertive way, First Samurai demonstrates a lot of potential. With a shirtless samurai warrior at the center of its fantasy mix, Kemco and Vivid Media’s platformer could make its hodgepodge of 2D action-game elements succeed with the radical confidence of something like …

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