I’ve always wanted to play the SNES Super Star Wars trilogy because of how famous it is. Let’s talk about the first game in the series!
Arcade’s Revenge is another game with an all-star cast for the SNES. Will a game based on Spider-Man and the X-Men be good? Let’s find out!
The greatest of Marvel’s heroes are up against Thanos in a race to collect the Infinity Gems in War of the Gems for the SNES. Let’s talk about it!
Justice League Task Force is an early attempt at a superhero-themed fighting game. How did it turn out? Let’s take a look.
The first Yu Yu Hakusho game for the Super Famicom was so unique, I still remember it fondly today. Let me talk about the reasons why.
Clock Tower for the Super Famicom was a Japan-only release. Let’s talk about what kind of 16-bit horrors the rest of the world missed out on.
Slam Dunk was a popular anime series back then. Let’s talk about a video game that’s based on this famous franchise: Slam Dunk: SD Heat Up!!
The Amazing Spider-Man: Lethal Foes was only released in Japan. Let’s talk about the what the rest of the world missed out on.
If you asked me what the best 16-bit superhero video game is, I’d tell you that it’s The Adventures of Batman & Robin. Let me tell you why.
Batman Returns is Konami’s first attempt at a 16-bit Batman video game. Will this be as good as their other classics? Let’s talk about it!
Capcom tried their hand at an X-Men action game with X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse. How well did they do? Let’s talk about the game today!
The Incredible Hulk is another Marvel Comics hero that’s a great fit for video games. Let’s see if the SNES version is worth playing today.