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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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Road Runner’s Death Valley Rally Review

Road Runner's Death Valley Rally Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda What Capcom had done for Disney, Sunsoft attempted to do for Looney Tunes: craft a series of fine games that would help those characters make an indelible impression on the video game world (at least in the early 1990s). Working with developer ICOM, they gave themselves a …

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Batman Forever Review

Batman Forever Review Super Nintendo

    Author: Masamune Years ago when I was in high school, I happened upon a cart of Batman Forever on the Sega Genesis laying helplessly on the sidewalk amid a gloomy, rainy day. I thought to myself ‘how could anyone be so careless as to accidentally drop a video …

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Roger Clemens MVP Baseball Review

Roger Clemens MVP Baseball Review Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore They call him ‘Rocket.’ As it turns out, he earned a few other colorful nicknames during his career with four Major League Baseball teams. Regardless of some questionable lifestyle decisions, Roger Clemens will be remembered for the strikeout king that he was. His 11 All-Star appearances and 7 Cy Young …

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The ‘Rarest’ Super Famicom Game of All Time?

Rendering Ranger R2 article

    Author: Super Famicom Guy “Targa was intended to be a space shooting game but Softgold wasn’t sure if this would be enough to make big sales and decided to bring in the successful jump’n’shoot Turrican elements. This is why Targa (Rendering Ranger R2) became a mixture of both.” …

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Last Action Hero Review

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Author: John Legendoffzelda As the adolescent escapism-junkie Danny Madigan watches the Arnold Schwarzenegger franchise picture “Jack Slater IV”, the magic ticket in his hands begins to glow. Suddenly, he finds himself transported into the film, lying face-down on the nighttime sidewalk where he sees his hero, Jack Slater, about to …

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Congo’s Caper Review

Congo's Caper Super Nintendo review

  Author: Masamune The more video games I play, the more I can see how developers like to borrow ideas from each other. Take the original Super Mario Bros. for example. It’s the classic paragon of what a platformer should be. Off the top of your head think of some …

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American Gladiators Review

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Author: John Legendoffzelda With its studio glitz, its recurring bodybuilder characters who called themselves the Gladiators, and its playground environment of red, white, and blue gym pads, the syndicated TV series American Gladiators made sports into a heightened form of escapism. Audiences could tune into an episode and see folks exert …

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Animaniacs Review

Animaniacs Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda How much moving around is there in the Super Nintendo video game of Animaniacs? The Warner brothers (and the Warner sister) go into their idle animations, a dance where they shake their behinds in unison, not two seconds after the player leaves them still – that’s how …

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NBA Hang Time Review

NBA Hang Time Super Nintendo review

Author: jrsupermoore The theme song to the 90s classic sitcom “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” perfectly captures the whimsical thrill I feel whenever I reach back to the third installment of the NBA Jam series on SNES, NBA Hang Time. While it rarely gets mentioned in the same breath as NBA …

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Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3D Review

Jim Power The Lost Dimension in 3D Review Super Nintendo

  Author: Masamune I consider myself an intermediate to advanced video game player. I like challenge in my games … as long as it’s fair. Not in many years have I experienced such a frustratingly difficult game as I have with Jim Power. The saddest part is that it could …

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