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Welcome to SNES HUB, the premier Super Nintendo fansite for reviews and articles. My goal is to have an in-depth review of every Super Nintendo game ever made. In addition to that, I plan to have feature articles pertaining to the Super NES and a highly active Super Nintendo forum…

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Scooby-Doo Mystery Review

Scooby-Doo Mystery Review SNES

  Author: Masamune I don’t know about you, but where I am it’s a dark, windy and stormy Halloween night! Welcome to SNES Hub’s first annual Halloween review! Starting this year, I will try to have a spooky themed game review posted on Halloween night. This year’s game is Scooby-Doo…

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The Flintstones Review

Author: John Legendoffzelda There’s a distinctive, almost iconic, visual style to the Steven Spielberg-produced 1994 film of The Flintstones. It’s one that Ocean badly fumbled when they translated the movie to the Super Nintendo. While the movie may have been a dumb comedy, it also had a grand production design…

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Harvest Moon Review

Harvest Moon Revew SNES

Author: Indy1988 In this age of violence and action, even in the SNES era, nobody thought that a farming game would work so well. Sure, there’s games like SimFarm for the PC. But it didn’t really catch on until Yasuhiro Wada came up with a farming idea after he visited…

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Super Bases Loaded Review

Super Bases Loaded Review SNES

Author: sull56ivan2010 The Bases Loaded series is something I haven’t been huge on as far as discovering older sports games. Regarding the first ones on NES, they are okay, but the fielding was kind of shoddy. It had the presentation, looking like a game on TV, but not the greatest…

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Breath of Fire Review

Breath of Fire Review Super Nintendo

  By Indy1988 When the Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest series (or Dragon Warrior to some people) were released to the public, they defined what makes a role-playing game. These games went beyond pencil-and-paper stats and long hours of leveling up a wizard or warrior. Video games made this possible…

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RoboCop 3 Review

Robocop 3 Review SNES

Author: John Legendoffzelda The one interesting part of Ocean’s leaden adaptation of RoboCop 3 is that their game precedes the film by an entire year. Not many licensed games have ever accidentally spoiled the entirety of their sources before people got to see the source. But then, there wasn’t any…

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Frogger Review

Frogger Review Super Nintendo

  Author: sull56ivan2010 In the 90s, there was a push for nostalgia. Digital Eclipse was paving the way with tons of arcade ports from a number of Atari, Midway, and Williams games. Namco was doing its Namco Museum series. In between all that was Frogger. A lot of things happened…

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Super Bomberman Review

  Author: Indy1988 Any retro gamer may remember Bomberman. He is the little blue and white robot that blasted his way onto many a multiplayer battle that has probably killed many a friendship almost as bad as Mario Kart or Halo. Bomberman hasn’t been as active as he used to…

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