…And The Future Refused To Change:Doomsday Prophecies From The 16-Bit Era!

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Author: Mongunzoo It’s The End Of The World As We Know It!!!!! And I feel fine… because as the end comes, I’ll still be exploring the greatest library of games the world has ever known!!! In the year 2000, we were bombarded with doomsday theories about our computer systems shorting …

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Pit Fighter Review

Pit Fighter Review for Super Nintendo

    Author: Mongunzoo Mongunoo: Pit Fighter is a baby killing poison. There, that’s all you need to know. Masamune: It has to be done Mongunzoo: Really, Masamune, I have to submit a full review? Masamune: Afraid so Mongunzoo: Can’t we break the rules just this once? Masamune: NOPE! Mongunzoo: …

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Kirby SuperStar Review

Kirby Super Star Review for Super Nintendo

    Author: Mongunzoo Whoever said variety is the spice of life has obviously played Kirby Superstar. Releasing in the final stretch of the Super Nintendo’s commercial lifespan, it continued the legacy of being the swan song of Nintendo’s first-party lineup. It showed people that there was still a reason to …

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Donkey Kong Country Review

Donkey Kong Country Review for Super Nintendo

    Author: Mongunzoo Have you ever had an experience in gaming that changes the way you look at things? Donkey Kong Country did that for me. I remember seeing the minute long commercial spot for this game and just being mesmerized by its graphics and variation. Not to mention that …

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Clock Tower Review

Clock Tower Review for Super Nintendo

    Author: Mongunzoo The SNES is an endless ocean of quality, but it is only after you leave the shoreline of North American releases that you begin to see just how truly deep and terrifying this ocean can be. So it was with Clock Tower, the first SNES game …

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles In Time Review

Turtles in Time Review for Super Nintendo

  Author: Mongunzoo Back in better times, I had no job, no responsibilities, and no worries. And one of the main things I always waited anxiously for were Saturday morning cartoons. These mornings were important for two reasons; They always meant Mom’s breakfast burritos, and they always meant an appearance by my favorite show, The Teenage Mutant …

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