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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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Interview with Classic Game Junkie

Classic Game Junky Retro Game Store

  Author: Masamune Tucked away in the pleasant town of Glenside, PA lies a nugget of treasure for retro game enthusiasts like myself. And luckily it’s only down the street from me. :smile: If you are into retro gaming, more than likely you have to resort to online shopping to …

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Wayne’s World Review

waynes world

Author: John Legendoffzelda A bad THQ game from the early 1990s is a soulless, turgid mess designed without any sense of individuality. It looks and sounds awful, marred by crude graphics and tuneless music. It plays like the development team wasn’t done with it yet, and licenses an outside property not to …

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John Madden Football Review

John Madden Football Revew Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore Pop quiz: What NFL coach has the second highest winning percentage of all time? I’ll give you a hint: His Super Bowl winning 1976 Raiders were voted by fans to be “the greatest NFL team.”(1) If you’re still stumped, look no further than the title of this review. …

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Spanky’s Quest Review

Spanky's Quest Review Super Nintendo

  Author: Masamune Years ago, I often played video games with my youngest sister. I was the one who got her into video games, actually. When there wasn’t a two player option, we’d just take turns by playing alternate levels. This was the case with Spanky’s Quest. I have positive …

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Ninja Gaiden Trilogy Review

Ninja Gaiden Trilogy Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda I believe in a sort of honor system between video game companies, at least when it comes to the compilations they make. These updated collections get created when they are important, when the amassed games matter. They aren’t just made to serve only nostalgia, but the justification …

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The Lion King Review

Lion King Review Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore There’s no storyline quite so classic as that of a son avenging his father’s death, and no soundtrack to an animated film so timeless as what Tim Rice and Elton John collaborated for the 1994 film, The Lion King. Put them together and you have not only a …

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Inspector Gadget Review

Inspector Gadget Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda The DiC produced syndicated TV show Inspector Gadget, about a rubber-limbed cyborg detective and his adventures defeating a criminal mastermind, had a video game made of it a whole seven years after the series ended. For an adaptation to come out seven years after its source material …

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NCAA Final Four Basketball Review

NCAA Final Four Basketball Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore Ever since two versions of “Basketball” were introduced on the Atari 800 & 2600 in the late 1970s, video gamers have enjoyed simulated action of the classic American sport (1). The 16-bit generation made its own contribution with a slew of solid NBA Jam titles, as well as …

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Firepower 2000 Review

Firepower 2000 Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda On the opening screen of Sunsoft’s Firepower 2000, a silvery dune buggy and a golden helicopter attack a fortress in the middle of a desert. The yellow starburst on the fortress’ outside emits a direct laser, clipping the helicopter’s landing brace. The title’s logo doesn’t just appear, it …

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The Firemen Review

The Firemen Review Super Nintendo

Author: Masamune Firefighting is an exciting yet dangerous occupation. It would seem to perfectly fit the video game medium if done right. Imagine you the protagonist charging through a wall of flames, rescuing innocent bystanders, navigating around collapsed infrastructure, dispatching fire at every turn and at the end of it …

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