Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Sports Challenge Review

Author: sull56ivan2010 Out of all the licenses Konami ever had, Tiny Toon Adventures is one of their best ones. Konami games on NES, Genesis, and Game Boy all had solid efforts put into them. On SNES, it was no different. Buster Busts Loose is an excellent game. The last of …

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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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Hook Review

Author: John Legendoffzelda Hook fails to prove that the world needs a continuation of the Peter Pan story. Or at least one that presents a scenario where Peter has grown into an adult and forgotten his roots. In Steven Spielberg’s film, Peter is now a workaholic father who has his …

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Toy Story Review

Toy Story Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda When Toy Story debuted in 1995, it set an important precedent. It exclusively used computer-generated imagery to tell a remarkable and inventive story. The movie expanded the possibilities of how animation could be presented – and even how movies could be made. But with Donkey Kong Country …

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Magical Pop’n Review

Magical Pop'n Review

  Author: Masamune It’s high time I once again delve into the vast Super Famicom library and pick out a game to review for the masses. Magical Pop’n is the game in question today. Is it all that it’s hyped up to be? This is the story of a young …

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Riddick Bowe Boxing Review

Riddick Bowe Boxing Review Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore Here’s a bit of pro boxing trivia: what rising heavyweight star in the 90s fought Evander Holyfield in three classic bouts, stealing the title belt from him in the first, giving it back in the second before reclaiming it again in the third? If you guessed Mike Tyson, …

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Whizz Review

Whizz Review Super Nintendo SNES Hub

Author: John Legendoffzelda By the time of Whizz, Titus and Flair Software’s isometric puzzle-platformer about a rabbit in a magician’s dapper tux, the gaming community had already entered the dregs of the Super Nintendo days. The Nintendo 64 and its intense three-dimensional capabilities had been on the market for a …

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Ardy Lightfoot Review

Ardy Lightfoot Review Super Nintendo

Author: Indy1988 Let’s wind the clocks back to the 90s. That decade saw almost every company in the video game industry have their own anthropomorphic animal character at one time or another. Examples are Sonic for Sega, Yoshi for Nintendo, Sparkster for Konami, and Aero the Acrobat for Sunsoft. Out …

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Jurassic Park Review

Jurassic Park Review Super Nintendo

Author: jrsupermoore “Welcome to Jurassic Park.” When Steven Spielberg and Universal Pictures brought Michael Crichton’s sci-fi novel about a live dinosaur theme-park to the silver screen, movie-goers were treated to an exciting world where the science of man was wielded against nature’s greatest predator with tragic results. In addition to …

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Earthworm Jim Review

Earthworm Jim Review Super Nintendo

Author: John Legendoffzelda Shiny Entertainment’s Earthworm Jim is the sort of game where environmental hazards will mix so well with the backgrounds that they can take players almost entirely by surprise. And a level’s twisty, bizarre design can confuse them further. Other times a smirking crow or a rabid, frantic …

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