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Super Nintendo Collector Beginner’s Guide

Christopher Buffa (Modojo): Nintendo delivered on its promise to fill the Wii’s Virtual Console with a plethora of retro games, and the publisher continued this on Wii U with such classics as Super Mario World, Super Metroid and most recently Earthbound. Players no longer need a box filled with cartridges. Instead they can download their favorites to a single device.

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majiebeast1106d ago

I still dont get why the American Snes was so different looking from the SNES in Europe and the Super Famicom in Japan.

Donnieboi1106d ago (Edited 1106d ago )

Donkey Kong Country (and Killer Instinct) really surprised me to see that a game could look THAT amazing back then. Even if it's pre-rendered, it must have been mindblowing for those who had it when it first came out.

Edit: Also Yoshi's Island. That game's animations were as smooth as butter. Sure beats the low frame rate of many 2D games we see now (especially the many that use flash)

TXIDarkAvenger1106d ago

Working on doing this with PS1 games.