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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Indiana Jones’ Greatest Adventures Review

Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures Review SNES

Author: John Legendoffzelda The first review of a Super Nintendo game I ever wrote was my hard pan of Super Star Wars. And looking back I see my review was a little vague about what I found so disappointing. You see, the issue is not about how “the only good…

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Alcahest Review

Alcahest Review Super Nintendo

  By Indy1988 HAL Laboratory is perhaps most famous for its Kirby series. The little pink puff has gobbled and scarfed his way to our hearts with his simple but charming adventures. And he is a mainstay in the Nintendo company along with Mario, Link, and Pikachu. In spite of…

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Super Mario World 2nd Opinion

Super Mario World

Author: antipop I’m a bit of a late bloomer, as far as gaming goes. I was born in the golden age of gaming. One would think that by the time the Super Nintendo launched, I would’ve been primed and ready for pure gaming bliss. This, however, was not the case.…

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The Firemen 2nd Opinion

The Firemen review Super Nintendo

  By Indy1988 Introduction Sometimes a gamer will come across a game that will deliberately do something different. For instance, nobody thought a farming game like Harvest Moon would actually catch on. And there’s another game that does things in its own way that works. It’s called The Firemen, created…

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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

  Author: 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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