Star Fox 2 Review

Star Fox 2 Review

  By Indy1988 This review will probably be the most irregular review I have ever made. The reason? I’m reviewing a game that doesn’t have any official physical copies existing, and I don’t do reviews for prototypes. The game I’m talking about is Star Fox 2. It’s a game that …

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NBA Jam Review

NBA Jam Review Super Nintendo

Author: sull56ivan2010 Personally, I find Midway overrated. Their sports lineup, for the most part, doesn’t wow me compared to games from EA, Sega, and a handful of other companies. That being said, NBA Jam is one of the very few exceptions. The blockbuster 1993 arcade game got its ports handled …

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Dolucky no Kusayakiu Review

  Author: Indy1988 I was looking around in a flea market booth when I began talking to the owner about some Super Famicom games. He mentioned that he had this one baseball game where it had cute critters but it was in Japanese. He had no idea what the story …

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ActRaiser 2nd Opinion

ActRaiser Review Super Nintendo

Author: Indy1988 For every Super Mario Bros. or Legend of Zelda, there always seems to be a game that gets brushed off in favor for more popular franchises. To worsen the situation is the fact that the game may actually be good! ActRaiser is such a game. Every SNES fan …

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Itadaki Street 2: Neon Sign wa Bara Iro ni Review

Itadaki Street 2: Neon Sign wa Bara Iro ni Review

Author: Indy1988 Introduction Yuji Horii is arguably one of the most important pioneers in the video game industry known chiefly for the Dragon Quest series, originally known as Dragon Warrior in North America. In addition to redefining the RPG genre into what it is now with companies modeling their games …

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John Madden Football ’93 Review

John Madden 93 Review Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore There’ something special about sports video games from the third and fourth generations that will always captivate me. With little material to develop a storyline or level structure, programmers were able to digitally immerse gamers in the thrills of being both a fan and athlete in an exciting …

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Road Runner’s Death Valley Rally Review

Road Runner's Death Valley Rally Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda (Revieweris Nonprofessionalum) 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 …

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F-Zero 2nd Opinion

F-Zero Review Super Nintendo

    Author: Mongunzoo The magic of the 16-bit age was kind to a variety of games, but nowhere was the jump more pronounced than in the racing genre. New hardware unleashed a floodgate of improvements while still staying true to what the genre had always been. And one of …

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