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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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Arkanoid: Doh it Again Review

Arkanoid Review Super Nintendo

  Author: RushDawg While we at SNES Hub love to look back on the good old days of the Super Nintendo, it’s interesting to remember that video game nostalgia was alive and well even during the 16-bit era. Towards the end of the SNES’s lifetime, many ports of classic arcade …

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Undercover Cops Review

Undercover Cops Super Famicom Super Nintendo

Author: Masamune Thank goodness for the internet. With this fantastic informational tool, I’m able to discover things I had no idea existed before.  Let’s take video games for example.  Pre-internet, who really thought about all the Japanese video games that never left the land of the rising sun? I know …

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Choplifter III Review

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Author: John Legendoffzelda The only entry in its series made for the console, the pleasantly rudimentary helicopter adventure Choplifter III came a long way to reach the Super Nintendo. The first installment was made back in 1982 for the Apple II home computer; the high-end machine of the days when …

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The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse Review

Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda An inescapable cultural icon throughout the twentieth century, by the time of the early 1990s, Mickey Mouse had appeared in almost everything. Walt Disney’s and Ub Iwerks’ creation lent his image to a treasury of popular media in a series of logical extensions that eventually reached the …

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Ken Griffey Jr’s Winning Run Review

Ken Griffey's Winning Run Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore Most of us lucky enough to play a game endorsed by our favorite athlete have known the bitter defeat of realizing the game S-U-C-K-S (Here’s looking at you, Sterling Sharpe End 2 End). Just because he’s a miracle to behold on the court, field or ice doesn’t make …

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Killer Instinct Review

Killer Instinct Revew SNES

Author: John Legendoffzelda “Available for your home in 1995, only on Nintendo Ultra 64!” Video arcade customers in 1994 could regularly hear this message rumbling from cabinets of Nintendo and Rare’s Killer Instinct, an assured boast about the game’s longevity and a prediction of Nintendo’s future in the home console …

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Super Puyo Puyo Tsuu Remix Review

Super Puyo Puyo Tsuu Remix Review Super Famicom

Author: marktheshark The Puyo Puyo franchise is one of the older Tetris-type series. Like the Puzzle Bobble/Bust-A-Move games, the characters are from another story set. In this case, the characters are taken from a RPG series called Madou Monogatari, which translates as “Story of Sorcery”. Around 1991 or so, the …

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F-Zero 2nd Opinion

F-Zero Review Super Nintendo

    Author: Mongunzoo The magic of the 16-bit age was kind to a variety of games, but nowhere was the jump more pronounced than in the racing genre. New hardware unleashed a floodgate of improvements while still staying true to what the genre had always been. And one of …

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Goof Troop Review

Goof Troop Review SNES

Author: John Legendoffzelda A regular game design company may not think there could be anything much to a video game about Goof Troop. But when Capcom was making Disney games for the Super Nintendo, they weren’t just any regular game design company. They figured that adapting a 1990s TV update …

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SNES Hub’s Two Year Anniversary Retrospective

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  Author: Masamune Where are all the Super Nintendo fansites? I asked myself this question two years ago today. Around that time I re-developed a passion for playing games from the 16-bit era. Unfortunately, the internet didn’t have a lot to offer in the way of SNES dedicated sites back …

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