Facebook Daily Wrap-Up For 10/11/15

Aside from sharing posts from X-BitGaming.com on our Facebook page, each day we try to share some retrogaming-related photo or video from other Facebook pages or from sites around the internet. Here are the pictures we shared on Facebook on 10/11/15 in case you missed any…

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Facebook Daily Wrap-Up For 9/28/15

Aside from sharing posts from X-BitGaming.com on our Facebook page, each day we try to share some retrogaming-related photo or video from other Facebook pages or from sites around the internet. Here are the pictures we shared on Facebook on 9/28/15 in case you missed any…

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Facebook Daily Wrap-Up For 9/2/15

Aside from sharing posts from X-BitGaming.com on our Facebook page, each day we try to share some retrogaming-related photo or video from other Facebook pages or from sites around the internet. Here are the pictures we shared on Facebook on 9/2/15 in case you missed any…

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SNES Games That Deserve A Second Chance

During the SNES era, I rented a lot of games and some I just couldn’t get into. Luckily my local video rental store allowed you to exchange a game you rented for another game.

SNES Drunk looks at some games from his childhood that he passed on the first time around but once he got a chance to play them later, really enjoyed them.

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Mother 3!

When the N64 hit the market, fans of Earthbound heard whispers of a sequel being made for the new system. Early on, they hit the breaks and switched development to the Game Boy Advance. In my opinion, it was a great move because it required them to switch from 3D polygon to a 2D sprite-based presentation. Well, eventually the game was released in Japan as Mother 3 (Earthbound was Mother 2, the 8-bit Mother 1 was never released outside of Japan).

Mother 3 went on to suffer the same fate and never left its homeland, despite great reviews and solid sales. For English-speaking fans, the only way to play the game is to learn Japanese or track down a fan translation.

Still, here’s a look at the potential classic game we missed out on in the States…

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