Track: Megalomania (Boss Battle Theme) | Artist: Yoko Shimonura | Album: Live A Live Soundtrack
On November 21, 1990, Nintendo Japan released three amazing things—the first F-Zero, Super Mario World and a console to play them on. It was a very good day.
It’s a good time to be alive if you like books about consoles from the 90s. Sega fans got an amazing Genesis/Mega Drive coffee table book last year, and now SNES fans are getting one, albeit with a slightly different approach.
It's not every day you get to see a Super Famicom (aka SNES) sitting on top of Japan's highest mountain.
Makes sense as this is, perhaps, the Super Famicom's most dubious unlicensed game: SM Teacher.
Sleeping Dogs has been one of the most pleasant surprises of the year. Part of the game's appeal is the fact it's set in Hong Kong, which raises the question: why aren't more games based around one of the world's most iconic and populous cities?
Behold, here are 13,000 Super Famicom era Japanese role-playing game characters stuffed into a single image. How many can you name? Better yet, how many can you not?
Square Enix announced today that Final Fantasy V, the Super Famicom game that didn't make it to the states until 1999's Final Fantasy Anthology for the PlayStation, is in development for the PlayStation Network, enhanced by exclusive CGI cut scenes.
Shigeru Miyamoto is a very important man. He created a whole slew of iconic games like Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda and many more. He probably has better things to do than respond to fan letters.