It can happen to even the most scrupulous retro-game collector. You’ve got a pristine Super Nintendo displayed alongside other throwback consoles, and yet somehow it turns yellow over time.
What kinds of Super Nintendo games do you like most? Undoubtedly, you already have a few 16-bit game genres in mind.
Today, video games offer enormous playable areas to explore. Some that are as big as real-life cities. They also have super-realistic graphics, orchestrated soundtracks, and convincing performances by talented actors.
Recently we obtained a handful of games. These were some really rare Super Nintendo titles, that someone was trying to sell to me as legit copies. At first glance, it was pretty obvious to tell none of these were an authentic game. Below are points about how to spot counterfeit cartridges for the Super Nintendo. The games are also commonly referred to as "fake", "reproduction" or "bootleg video games". We also have a YouTube video if you'd rather watch than read about the topic. The game titles in reference are: Chrono Trigger, Earthbound, and The Legend of Zelda etc. For larger images, you can refer to the pinterest page. Now keep in mind, I'm writing this article because someone is trying to sell me bootleg cartridges as the real thing. I have no problem if you buy reproduction games for your collection, but selling bootlegs as the real thing is where...
The Super Nintendo will probably go down in history as the best retro console of its time. It had an extensive library of stellar games that went on to become classics. These included “Super Mario All Stars,” “Super Mario Kart,” “Starfox,” “Donkey Kong Country” and “Mortal Kombat.” But one area where the SNES really excelled was role-playing games.
With hits like Mario 64, Super Smash Bros, and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the N64 was one of the most popular and successful consoles ever. But why didn’t we ever see Final Fantasy 64, Chrono Trigger 64, or even Earthbound 64? Where are all the N64 RPG games?
You’ve heard of the classic video games on this list. You’ve probably played at least a couple of them. But have you played them recently? In this millennium?
If not, you should! The three classic video games profiled below deserve a replay, so dust off your cartridges, blow into your NES, and let’s talk about some great classic video games.
To paraphrase 19th Century British playwright Oscar Wilde, the Super NES Super Scope was awesome. Even if he never said that, he should have. Because it was.
Playing retro video games has become a popular hobby for all kinds of gamers. Some want to revisit classic video games from their youth to relive the nostalgic magic. Others want to play these vintage video games they've never had the chance to play before.
In the golden age of retro gaming, merchandisers thought of game consoles as marketing platforms rather than entertainment systems. Their devious plot was to create games that were basically commercials for some beloved franchise.
When modern gamers think of video game based movies, they might recall awesome titles like Jurassic World Evolution. Old-school gamers have a different association—namely, a horrible one.
Even though video game giants like Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft continue to release their "latest and greatest" hardware in the form of the Xbox Series X, the Nintendo Switch and the PlayStation 5, retro gaming is continuing to grow.
In the previous article, we covered five of the best retro gaming beat-em-up games from yesteryear. We had horse-riding knights, wrestlers-turned-mayors and genetically modified turtles.
Ahh, the good ol’ Retro Gaming Beat'em ups.
The joys of punching, chopping, slapping and uppercutting a bunch of thugs to high heaven, the way it’s supposed to be done.
The Super Nintendo Console, more popularly known as the SNES, was released in 1990. It quickly became one of the most popular gaming devices of its time, partly defining the fourth generation of video game consoles.