In this video, one guy beats all four NES Super Mario games at the same time using one controller input in under 9 minutes. Sounds crazy and impossible?
One of the interesting quirks of the 16-bit generation was when entertainment companies would license the rights to make games to one developer for the SNES and another developer for the Genesis. That’s why we have two versions of Aladdin and two Batman & Robins.
It’s also why we have two different Beavis and Butthead games.
Even though the SNES era was rather brief, there was a noticable jump in quality from the games that came out in 1991/2 compared with those that came out in 1994/5. For example, think about how great a leap in quality there was between Final Fantasy II and Final Fantasy III.
SNES Drunk takes a look at some SNES games he wishes got a proper sequel on Nintendo’s 16-bit console. They are ActRaiser, Demon’s Crest, Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts, Gradius III, Super Tennis, F-Zero, Sparkster, Yoshi’s Island, Illusion of Gaia, and Chrono Trigger…
Bill Laimbeer’s Combat Basketball may not have been a hit following it’s 1991 release for the SNES, but according to this video review by Crossroad Reviews, it’s more fun than NBA Jam!
Really? Let’s see…
While there are no dramatic changes between Super Mario Bros. 3 on the Famicom vs. NES, the 18-month difference in release dates let Nintendo make some tweaks to not only fix glitches but also make the game feel more balanced.
Watch this guy destroy Tetris without even batting an eye, while his opponent freaks out!
Every fan of the Final Fantasy franchise has their own favorite game. For some, Final Fantasy VII is the be all, end all. For others, it was all downhill after Final Fantasy VI or even parts IV or gasp, I!
But for someone who has never played a Final Fantasy, which game should they start with to find out what the series is all about?
Real-life Peter Griffin loves to talk smack about gamers playing Super Mario Bros., but can he back it up?
Check it out…
If you look past your nostalgia for the 1st three Mortal Kombat ports to the SNES, do they still hold up as good games or are all sizzle and no steak?
In this video, you can hear dialog from Mario Kart 64 for Luigi, Peach, Toad, and Wario from both the original Japanese release as well as the International versions.
Each is voiced by a different actor.
Japanese Luigi sounds a bit more like Mario. Peach and Toad sound pretty much the same. But Wario’s Japanese voice is way deeper and more demonic. Almost wish that’s the Wario we got here…