Mortal Kombat Review

Mortal Kombat Review Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore One of the Super Nintendo’s strengths was in converting certain arcade gallery classics into equally excellent experiences on home console. A couple examples that come to mind are Midway’s NBA Jam (1993) and Capcom’s Street Fighter II (1991). Both of these games were paramount for reinvigorating their genres, but it’s …

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Super Smash TV Review

Super Smash TV Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda Released in video arcades back in 1990, the satirical and gory gun-fest Smash TV only wished it could adequately contribute to the decline of western civilization. Superficially grafting the bad-future aesthetic of The Running Man onto the design of Robotron 2084, the game presented monotonous and static action supposedly made relevant by the …

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NFL Quarterback Club

NFL Quarterback review

  Author: jrsupermoore It’s helpful to be reminded every now and again I don’t know all there is to know about sports video games. Out of pure convenience I’ve fallen into the trap of granting particular sports games poster-child status. It can be easy to do having played incredible games …

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NBA Jam: Tournament Edition Review

NBA Jam Tournament Edition Review for Super Nintendo

  Author: jrsupermoore To say NBA Jam: Tournament Edition was a hit with pop culture would be a gross understatement. With iconic one-liners like “Boom-Shakalaka!” and “Monster Jam!” Tim Kitzrow became one of the most recognized voice actors in video game history. Using the Multi-tap, you could play with and …

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