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Submitted by Buff1044 357d ago | article

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. (Earthbound, Retro, Super Metroid)

majiebeast  +   357d ago
I still dont get why the American Snes was so different looking from the SNES in Europe and the Super Famicom in Japan.
Donnieboi  +   357d 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)
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AnimeAvenger  +   357d ago
Working on doing this with PS1 games.

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