Tagged: SNES

My E3 Wishlist

E3 is upon us and everyone wants something to shock them during the plethora of conferences that will occur within the next few days. Will these games show up? Probably not, but it doesn’t...

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F-Zero Review-Futuristic Racing at its Best

The year is 1990 and Nintendo’s latest home console, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, was booming with new IP’s and sequels to beloved franchises from the NES era. F-Zero, one of these new Nintendo...

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I am Setsuna Day One Impressions

Developed by Square Enix’s Tokyo RPG Factory team, I am Setsuna tries to bring back the golden age era of JRPG’s back into gamer’s hands with their new game that was heavily inspired by...

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BioShock – Necessary Limitations

In a previously-published article, I mention how the difference in sentience between Super Metroid’s Planet Zebes and BioShock’s Rapture is a direct result of the impact the player has on each of their environments.

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Super Mario World Review

Originally released in the United States in 1991, the Super Nintendo ruled the 16-bit era with the introduction of Mario’s latest platformer, Super Mario World.

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