I today’s video I share my Framemeister Profiles for the SNES using RGB Scart cables, enjoy!Read More
Over the past few years of collecting Super Nintendo games I've played my fair share of awesome games. Games like Mega Man X or Super Mario Kart are popular and widely renowned for excellence.
But the focus of today's video will be the more obscure games. These may be good titles no one talks about, underrated games most pass off as average, or even ports of popular games many didn't know existed. In any case, on today's episode of 5 Games I present 5, Super Nintendo, hidden gems.
In this Let's Play, I take you through the SNES version of Joe & Mac from start to finish. This version has had a lot of changes made to it from the arcade version, so it's a bit of an interesting play through compared to the arcade original or the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive conversion.Read More
Mega Man X1 is the Super Nintendo classic almost everybody's played, being the most financially successful and well-received, but I personally think Mega Man X2 is the superior game. To me it seemed to be a smoother, better-crafted experience, mainly because it isn't as arbitrarily difficulty as its predecessor, though the music isn't nearly as memorable and the weapons are disappointing. That said, while X2 didn't get the same amount of loving attention as X1, it performed well enough for Capcom to start developing the third title, so after another twelve months, Mega Man X3 was released for the Super Nintendo on December 1st, 1995.Read More
Unlike most Disney games from the 90's, 1993's Goof Troop for the SNES is not a platformer, but rather a top down action puzzle game. You take control of Goofy, or Max, from the animated cartoon and make your way through a pirate themed island to rescue Pete and PJ.Read More
Mega Man X is widely seen as one of the Super Nintendo's finest titles; many people absolutely love the gameplay innovation, the 16-bit graphical update and the rocking music. After the universal acclaim it had received from critics and fans alike, Capcom had massive shoes to fill with the inevitable follow-up.Read More
Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse is a mascot platformer, developed by Travellers Tales, published by Sony Imagesoft, and released in North America in 1994. The game is unique as the six stages each represent one of Mickey’s classic films.Read More
Batman Returns is a beat-em-up developed by Konami and released for the Super Nintendo in 1993. As expected, the game takes us through Tim Burton’s 1992 film of the same name, even featuring digitized cut scenes from the movie.Read More
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure is a side scrolling platformer developed by Activision and released on most contemporary home consoles of the mid 90's, with this Super Nintendo port debuting in 1994.Read More
In this let's play, I take you through U.N. Squadron on the SNES in its entirety, on the normal difficulty setting. This is a classic shmup, and easily one of the best the system has to offer.Read More
Bust-A-Move, known as Puzzle Bobble in the East, is a puzzle game from Taito, debuting in arcades in 1994. The home ports followed shortly thereafter, with both the Neo Geo CD and Super Nintendo versions arriving in 1995. The game was an immediate hit, and continues to spawn sequels and spin-offs to this very day.Read More
The original line of Mega Man titles on the Nintendo Entertainment System are some of the most iconic 8-bit video games; they have tight controls, great level design and tons of cool weapons. A new Mega Man game would be released every single year, but many people grew tired of the Blue Bomber around the 4th and 5th installments, with dropping sales figures as a result. Because of this, series artist Keiji Infaune wanted to re-invent the Mega Man formula through new gameplay features and a more mature storyline.Read More