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Review: Retro-Bit Super Retro Trio Plus

Clone systems everywhere, in my dreams, and my nightmares. Clone systems coming out of my ears. It feels like not that long ago the first cheap NES clones were coming out. They felt so novel back then, a way to play your old games without d...

 
 
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Chrono Trigger has come to Steam, but it looks off

A cherished game like Chrono Trigger appearing on Steam should be a clear cause for celebration, yet once again, fans are torn. Today's PC version isn't how you remember the SNES classic. "If you've had the pleasure of playing Chrono Trigge...

 
 
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Dark Horse's Mario encyclopedia is coming West in October

After finding success with the Legend of Zelda series, Dark Horse decided to take a crack at the equally iconic Super Mario Bros. series in 2015 with the Super Mario Bros. Encyclopedia. This previously Japanese exclusive book chronicled all...

 
 
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New year, same old video game magazine oddities

In the last issue, we celebrated the demise of Miiverse by looking back at some notable Miiverse posts. Originally, this issue was planned for December and was supposed to be holiday themed, with an emphasis on holiday-related oddities from...

 
 
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Doom SNES was built with a 'hacked-up StarFox cartridge'

Randy Linden has seen some shit. He's worked on Dragon's Lair, the infamous Home Alone and Where's Waldo NES, the emulator Bleem, and even Doom SNES. Gaming Reinvented caught up with him recently to allow him to share a few development stor...

 
 
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R-Type is back with an SNES reprint from Retro-bit

The R-Type series was one of the first shooter franchises I remember playing outside of my random jaunts with Galaga and the like, so I'm always happy to see it maintain its relevance. Retro-Bit is doing just that by re-releasing it in...

 
 
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Who won our Super Nintendo Classic? This guy

[ Update:  Congratulations C.Aalders from Green Bay!  Please check your email :)   Didn't win it? Don't worry, we run contests all the time.  You'll get the next one.  Thanks for reading us! ] Last week I woke ...

 
 
 
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Infinite Remix: The Story of the Link to the Past Randomizer

In The Beginning... Nintendo’s 1992 masterpiece, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is a perfectly paced action adventure game, where our plucky hero, Link, must travel the world of Hyrule acquiring the knowledge and tools neces...

 
 
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The SNES Classic sold better than the NES Classic in Japan

Over in Japan, the SNES Classic (Super Famicom Classic) is doing quite well for itself, having sold 368,000 units in its first four days of release -- yes, that's quite a lot of dough for a system that houses decades old games. For comparis...

 
 
 
 
 
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Nintendo reveals Star Fox 2 manual and design documents

Manuals may be fading away, but maybe they'll get one last hurrah as Nintendo has uploaded a full manual to Star Fox 2; the same kind of manual we used to expect to come with each new game. It details the story, characters, controls, featur...

 
 
 
 
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No SNES Classics left? Have a SNES-themed 3DS XL instead

Nintendo have revealed a new 3DS variant to add to their ongoing collection of weird and wonderful designs. This time around based on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)The handheld device's clamshell casing is stylised in the fo...

 
 
 
 
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That rare Rayman prototype for Super Nintendo is playable

Last year, Rayman creators Frédéric Houde and Michel Ancel shared a cool discovery: an unfinished Super Nintendo version of Rayman that was believed to be lost to time. It was a neat piece of video game history, and this week,...

 
 
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Whatever happened to Star Fox 2?

If you've just woken up from a coma, you may not have heard that the SNES Classic is coming this September. It's loaded with 21 classic Super Nintendo titles, from A Link to the Past to Yoshi's Island. One game on that list is the biggest a...

 
 
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What game in the SNES Classic could you honestly do without?

In a few months time, Targets, Best Buys, Wal-Marts and GameStops around the country will transform into Thunderdomes for the launch of the SNES Classic. When it was announced this week, the jokes started to fly. The poor handling of the NE...

 
 
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The best SNES games EVER vs. the SNES mini library

Destructoid's staff voted on the best Super Nintendo games ever a few weeks back in anticipation of the now-confirmed miniature SNES Classic. Things got a little heated.  Niero: "Dude, you voted for 31 games."Holmes: "I was drunk on po...

 
 




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cockaroach

I dont have God of War or a ps4 so enjoy a post about not enjoying Heroes of the STorm again, I bought Gazlowe last year at some point, and i really love his mechanics, espcially at lvl 20 with the Charging mah lazors

 
LaTerry

Heads up to backers of Shantae; the codes for the Ultimate Edition on Steam are Mine was at

 
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I hate when indie games uses Google Often they have a small amount of text, which makes worse for

 
Osc

Avicii still had so much to One of the few DJs who repeatedly & successfully pushed EDM into the Heres a song I heard from him back in 2010 - crossing from an unknown to chart #musictoid - Tim Berg (Avicii) - Seek Bromance

 
taterchimp

Cant live with em, cant have heterosexual sex without em

 
Electric Reaper

Woah, I never expected a vehicle AI to call someone a bitch, though she totally deserved Also, watching Nate trip balls on Legends of Tomorrow was

 
Boxed Swine

Sometimes I miss blowing into the butt-brain of a plastic

 
Dr Mel

{Wordtoid} Secretary has morphed its meaning a Today it means an office administrator or assistant, or a It originally meant one who deals with secrets, hence SECRETary, and was extended to mean one who deals with important

 
TheZeroOne

Oh shit! I forgot one of my old classmates worked on Dad of War! Just saw his status Which reminds me of how he said he hated working on it cause of the crunch and

 
cockaroach

OMG the new artist for Nancy comics is so fucking

 
 

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