Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Step back into the ’90s and re-experience a timeless classic with Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System, launching across Europe on September 29th. The Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System contains 21 classic games, can easily be plugged into any high-definition TV using the included HDMI cable. For the first time, players who pick up the system can enjoy the intergalactic adventure Star Fox 2, the sequel to the original Star Fox (originally titled Starwing upon release in Europe) game that was created during the Super NES era…

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Clock Tower

Clock Tower

Published by Human Entertainment, Inc. Developed by Human Entertainment, Inc. Released Sep 14, 1995 Also For PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PSP, PS Vita, Wii, Wii U, Windows, WonderSwan   Clocktower was released on the 14th September 1995 and was developed by Human Entertainment. It is a point and click survival horror game and was the first installment in the Clock Tower series. I had actually never heard of Clocktower until a couple years ago when I was searching for more survival horror games to play, and i’m glad I did. I…

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Daze before Christmas

Daze before Christmas

Published by Sun Corporation Developed by Funcom Productions A/S Released 1994 Daze before Christmas was a game that was originally released on the SNES, but was then released exclusively for the Sega Mega Drive in Australia in 1994. Getting into the spirit of Christmas, I tracked down this game about a year ago and thought I’d give it a try. During the game you play as Santa Claus as he races to save Christmas from an evil snowman who has imprisoned Santa’s elves and captured Santa’s reindeer. You go through…

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Mevlut Dinc

Mevlut Dinc

Mevlut Dinc Interview by Peter Ward Twitter Facebook http://www.pixelagestudios.com/   Thank you for this interview it is an honour for me to interview such a Legend…. MD- You are very kind! Thank you for keeping our memories, and work alive, it’s much appreciated! What did you want to do when you were at school for a career and what was your first job? MD- What a difficult question to start the interview with! J The full answer to this question would be too long for the interview but I will…

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Gremlin founder Ian Stewart

Gremlin founder Ian Stewart

Ian Stewart Interview by Peter Ward Thank you for this interview it is an honour for me to interview such a Legend….  What did you want to do when you were at school for a career and what was your first job? I wanted to be a toolmaker and took a five year engineering apprenticeship after leaving school at 16.   When did you realise you wanted to get into game industry and how did it happen? I took a career change in 1976 and went into retail management with…

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The Complete SNES book

The Complete SNES book

  The Complete SNES is a comprehensive near 500 page Super Nintendo Collector’s Book. This is the first ever comprehensive book on the Super Nintendo that covers every game released with complementary artwork! Aside from the licensed and unlicensed US releases, this book will also include PAL exclusives, Competition Carts, Homebrew Games and even accessories. This is poised to be the Ultimate source for the Super Nintendo! The book itself will be optimal quality with a large 8.5″ by 11″ size, around 500 beautiful color pages with a glossy hard cover;…

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The Way We Played

The Way We Played

About the book Click here to support the Kickstarter From 1985 to 1993 home computing ruled the roost in the UK, with the likes of the ZX Spectrum and the Commodore Amiga offering the kind of experiences not available on other platforms. The Way We Played is a beautifully produced, hardback, full colour art book that celebrates this golden era of gaming, exploring a unique time when multi-platform development could lead to vastly different versions of the same game being produced to match the limitations of the hardware. No. 1…

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Dyna-Blaster Aka Bomber Man

Dyna-Blaster Aka Bomber Man

Published by Ubi Soft Entertainment Software Developed by Hudson Soft Company, Ltd. Released 1991 Also For Atari ST, DOS, Sharp X68000, TurboGrafx-16 The consoles and arcade smash hit Dyna Blaster: now on your computers… Place your bombs skillfully to protect you from the enemies. Collect the icons to get more bombs and larger or programmed explosions.   64 levels, various and colourful screens. Up to 5 players (with Adaptor which is included)   Review: I owned this game on the Amiga 500. And I had never played Bomber Man and…

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Super Metroid

Super Metroid

Published by Nintendo of America Inc. Developed by Intelligent Systems Co., Ltd., Nintendo R&D1 Released Apr, 1994 Also For New Nintendo 3DS, Wii, Wii U Super Metroid made it’s appearance for the Super Nintendo in 1994. This action adventure game picks up where it’s predecessor “Metroid” for the NES left off. Our heroine, Samus Aran delivers the metroid to a research station to be observed by the scientists there. Pretty much the SECOND Samus departs the station, a distress signal beckons her back. Upon returning Samus discovers the place has…

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Earthbound (Mother 2)

Earthbound (Mother 2)

Publishers: Nintendo, Ape Inc Released: Super Nintendo 1995 Wii Virtual Console 2013 Earthbound, also called Mother 2 is an RPG released for the SNES in 1995. It begins in a 1950’s style town called Onett. One of Onett’s residents, a 13 year old boy named Ness is awakened one night by a meteor crashing near his home. Upon investigating the crash Ness meets an insect named Buzz Buzz. Buzz Buzz informs Ness that he is from the future and warns him that the planet is ruled by an evil alien…

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