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Given that without the SNES Nintendo wouldn't be where they are today, it only seems fitting to highlight some of the very best games that helped define and shape the 16-bit era for the Big 'N'. So without further ado, here are the 10 very best games ever for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
Nintendo of America has launched their Black Friday Sale a couple days early. They've slashed price on several 3DS and Wii U games available through their eShop.
The Game Awards 2015 is right around the corner, boasting nominations for some of the best games to arrive in the past 12 months. But no awards show would be complete without a few snubs, and we've gone ahead and narrowed those omissions down to our top five for the year.
Shigesato Itoi may not be a household name amongst most gamers, but if you say “Earthbound” just about every gamer worth their salt will know what you're talking about. Well, when questioned about whether or not there would be a new Mother game (as it's called in Japan), the creator simply said that it would be “impossible”.
There are at least a handful of titles that are coming out early in 2016 that should make an appearance at this year's show with new gameplay and features on display. There are also a few games due out sometime by the middle of 2016 that would also be perfect to appear at some point during the show. So we're covering the 8 big reveals to expect at the 2015 Game Awards.
It's crazy to think about it but Nintendo's SNES has just turned 25 years old. A quarter of a century on and the home gaming console still manages to keep itself in the headlines and rightfully so. The home console is labeled as one of the very best ever made and helped jump-start the success of some unforgettable franchises.
Yo-Kai Watch, the latest monster-catching game to grace the Nintendo 3DS, is something of a slow burn in the opening hours. Give those flames time to catch hold, though, and you’ll discover an entertaining romp that combines some familiar systems with creative new ideas in a way that makes Yo-Kai Watch difficult to put down. In short: It might just consume you.
Spend five minutes with Yo-Kai Watch on the Nintendo 3DS and you’ll quickly discover why so many people are comparing it to the beloved and long-running franchise, Pokemon. Dedicate a few hours to the game, though, and you’ll find that it not only sets itself apart from the monster-catching series it so clearly draws inspiration from but, in some regards, it surpasses it.
There are some arguments that will never cease and will continue to be the rage from now until the end of time. Some of those arguments have valid points while others are just ways for people to let off steam. This here is a list of arguments that gamers will never stop having.
You're probably playing Fallout 4 instead of reading this. I'm okay with that because it's a pretty great game.
This week's Nintendo Direct was packed with big announcements but, alongside all of those new game nods, fans of classic Nintendo properties got a huge surprise: The original Pokemon Red, Pokemon Blue and Pokemon Yellow will arrive on the Nintendo 3DS through the eShop early next year.
Today the Game Awards organizers announced the nominees for their 2015 show. They'll be giving out 22 awards this year to developers, eSports teams and gaming personalities.
Worlds collided in a big way during yesterday’s Nintendo Direct, when the publisher announced that the latest iconic character coming to its mega-brawler, Super Smash Bros., is none other than Final Fantasy VII’s Cloud Strife.
While the Nintendo Direct didn't reveal what a lot of people thought it would reveal – which would be the official announcement of Minecraft on the Wii U – the PEGI ratings board did give indication that the world building game is rated for release on the Wii U.
After cutting ties with Spike TV and going independent, executive producer Geoff Keighley managed to hit it big with the 2014 Game Awards. It was the show that the gaming industry deserved and the one it needed. The success of the show has compelled Keighley to return to the table to do the Game Awards for 2015, too.