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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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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SNES Hub’s Two Year Anniversary Retrospective

  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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Attacking the SNES Commercials

Attacking SNES Commercials

  Author: John Legendoffzelda I’m 20 years old, and I’m too young to have been around for when the Super Nintendo Entertainment System was a hot item with kids. Of course, this generational gap doesn’t keep me from adoring the SNES as an esteemed game console. But there are a …

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Japanese Super Nintendo Box Art PWNS!

Super Famicom box art

  Author: Super Famicom Guy Japan has a long history of well-designed video game box art. From character design to packaging and advertising, the Japanese have honed their artwork skills throughout the boom years of the 1980’s. Fast forward to the ’90s, the Super Famicom reigned supreme and publishers were …

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“Super Mario World” Cartoon Review

super mario world cartoon

Author: John Legendoffzelda Nintendo’s new video game, Super Mario World, was released in North America in August of 1991. Even at first glance it seemed destined to be a runaway hit. It was a good game to start with, but Nintendo really pushed it along its path – bundling copies …

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The SNES Super Scope 6

Super Nintendo Super Scope article

 Author: Mongunzoo Not everything needs to be BIGGER and BETTER. This is a message that I have been harping on for years. In the progress-obsessed technology industry, it is often a message that falls on deaf ears. Ultimately at the end of the day there is such a thing as …

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Super NES Box Art Article

Super Nintendo box art

Author: John Legendoffzelda I like Super Nintendo box-art. The layouts are clean, and the title illustrations at the center are particularly interesting. At least, I have more fun thinking about the title illustrations than, say, the blocks of hype-text next to them. (I have organized the types I notice the …

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Retrobit Controller Review

Retrobit Controller review

Author: grimm There are many wireless controllers for the Super Nintendo, but there’s only two that I’m aware of that use RF (Radio Frequency) and not IR ( Infrared) for the connection. One is the elusive Messiah controller, which also has a weird d-pad that might not attract most people. …

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