The Super Nintendo is home to a lot of classic RPG’s. Some of my favorites were Super Mario RPG, Final Fantasy VI, Chrono Trigger, and Earthbound. Most of them were marketed well and very successful. Unfortunately, like most of the games we enjoy, Earthbound wasn’t a commercial success. Nintendo did their best. They tried to grab people’s attention by including a strategy guide with every copy. They even created an ad that featured scratch and sniff stickers. The scents kept you guessing, but it sadly wasn’t enough to lure in people.
Cowabunga, dudes! A fighting tournament has been organized as the result of April and Splinter being kidnapped by a women named Karai. The Turtles must travel across the US in their Turtle Blimp, defeating other fighters and collecting information on their whereabouts. Will the Turtles be able to save their friends and stop Karai?
Samus Aran is an ex-Galactic Federation bounty hunter. The events of Super Metroid take place right after Metroid II: Return of Samus. A Metroid larva has hatched and thinks Samus is her mother. Befriending the hatchling, Samus takes it to Ceres Space Colony for future investigation. Scientists run tests on the larva and found that they can harness its power. Samus leaves the colony and then receives a distress call. Ridley and the Space Pirates have attacked the colony and have stolen the baby Metroid. Samus must now travel to Planet Zebes and recover the sample and stop the pirates.
Mega Man. The classic series that gamers love, which Capcom seems to have forgotten. Why has Capcom decided to treat one of their most beloved franchises with no respect? In the recent Street Fighter vs. Tekken game, they chose to have the American Mega Man reject, instead of classic Mega Man or X. What’s up with that!? In this two part series we discuss the past, present, and future of our favorite blue bomber!
It’s time to go bananas in the sequel to the original game! Donkey Kong has been kidnapped by Kaptain K. Rool. It’s up to Diddy Kong and his girlfriend Dixie to save him. Find out if you should monkey around with this game in the review!
It’s 1994 and Stunt Race FX has raced to the Super Nintendo System. Stunt Race FX was the first racer to feature 3D polygons that were amazing at its time. Thanks to the Super Fx chip, these graphics were able to be displayed on the Super Nintendo 16-bit system. Star Fox was an excellent game that also used the chip. Is this game as good or is it only about graphics. Find out more in the review!
During the launch of the Super Nintendo there were many innovative and fun games. One of them was the futuristic racer, F-Zero. The game had a sense of speed like no other game had before. Racers would constantly reach speeds up to 300 mph.
You get to choose from a selection of four drivers including Captain Falcon, Dr. Stewart, Pico, and Samurai Goroh. Each car has parameters such as speed, turning, and armor. If you want to get a feel of the game, the best character to use is Captain Falcon. His car, the Blue Falcon, is well rounded in all stats.
The DK crew is back on the Super Nintendo for a great adventure. Donkey and Diddy Kong’s banana horde have been stolen. The culprit is King K. Rool and the Kremlings. Donkey Kong and his nephew Diddy Kong go on a journey to defeat King K. Rool and recover their stash of bananas!