• Top Ten Super Nintendo Games

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    Hello and welcome to another installment of the top ten games for each Nintendo system, as voted by the Nintendo Enthusiast staff and readers. In this article, we’ll be tackling what many consider to be the greatest system ever, Nintendo or otherwise: the Super Nintendo Enter...

  • Retro Review: Zombies Ate My Neighbors!

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    It’s 1993 and zombies are attacking, the only thing you have to protect yourself is…..your water gun?   A water gun doesn’t sound like much of a weapon but in Zombies Ate My Neighbors that’s the first weapon at your disposal as you venture through fifty-five plus levels as ei...

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  • Top Ten Super Nintendo Games

    … and exceptional third-party support, no system after the SNES has had as much going for it. Picking the ten best games for the system is overwhelming, but the votes have been tallied and Nintendo Enthusiast is ready to show them to you. Let’s get right to the games! Number 10: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island Did anyone actually try to avoid Fuzzy…

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  • Zelda Fan Favorite Tourney: A Link to the Past vs. Oracle of Ages

    … Welcome to Nintendo Enthusiast’s Zelda Fan Favorite Tourney! Here, your favorite Zelda titles will butt heads in a one-on-one battle to determine what game you, the fans, feel is the greatest one of all!   Today’s Matchup Original release: November 21, 1991   Original release: February 27, 2001 - Vote for which Zelda game you…

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  • Ben's Gaming Memories - Racing Games

    … Mario Kart within the three days our local movie rental store "Broadway" gave me. While I did rent Mario Kart every now and then, it wasn't a game that hooked me as much as Top Gear. Sadly it wouldn't happen again until a few years later when that SNES upstairs was replaced with a PlayStation. When my uncle got a PlayStation, he once again started…

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  • The SNES And The Game Boy Advance Are Having A Baby

    … Rose Colored Gaming, whom you might remember by their impressive Luigi 2DS mod from last year, are coming out with a new Game Boy Advance model resembling the Super Nintendo. As you can see, they pretty much nailed the looks. Read more…

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  • 12 Forum Users Discuss Their Favorite Soundtracks

    … Continuing with the trend from last month’s article where we asked our forum users what their favorite game was, the next topic was favorite soundtracks. Rather than asking them to pick just one or two songs, I asked everyone to pick three games or franchises and what their favorite two songs from each one were. Some people discussed why…

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  • The Saturday Morning Stream: Live From The RetroN 5

    … Streaming video games live via the internet is a relatively new thing, but video games have been around for hundreds (slight exaggeration) of years. Hyperkin's Android-powered RetroN 5 console plays games from ten older consoles. How? Watch. Read more…

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  • The World’s Largest Video Game Collection Is For Sale

    … Michael Thomasson is the proud owner of over 11,000 video game titles, and now he has put his entire collection up for auction via GameGavel. The current bid is $50,000, although Thomasson believes the collection is worth well into the $700,000 mark – however, the auction does end June 15 at 10:30PM EDT, so it’s anyone’s guess what the final…

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  • Video: Exploring the Game Store Behind Indie Corner

    … Exploring the Game Store Behind Indie Corner With Indie Corner moving to a new set with its new launch June 18, it’s time to say goodbye to the game store: A&C Games.  Before saying goodbye, Jason takes us to meet the owners and takes a closer look at the store that has been serving as background for Indie Corner. The location…

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