Submitted by xtheownerzx 1014d ago | interview

SNES Interview: Meet The Man Who is Making New SNES Games, Eli From Retro Quest

GamerFitNation: It should be no surprise that most gamers love the SNES. Recently, I came across a man named Eli Gali and his site Retro Quest which is as he says is his Quest to bring Retro games back into his life and, basically back into a trend. Eli started retro quest the very first month when he graduated from college. He was then jobless and had a lot of time on my hands. What better to spend his time then doing what he absolutely loves making retro games. I just conducted an interview with Eli and he told me a lot about the site and what he expects to do in the future. Read our interview posted below and learn about the man who is still making SNES games! (Culture, Retro)

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