15 SNES Games That Still Hold Up Today

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) came out at just the right time to take advantage of the burgeoning acceptance of home consoles and video games as a whole. As a result, video game developers took chances, expanded the types of video games they released, and provided the SNES with an incredible library of games.  Although the SNES boasted some of the most memorable video … Continue reading 15 SNES Games That Still Hold Up Today

What Is the Best Console for RPGs?

Role-playing games (RPGs) are some of the most popular games released by video game developers. They tend to have elaborate stories, give players a sense of immersiveness that isn’t present in other genres, and give the player freedom in a digital world. Also, RPGs are a great measurement of a video game console’s capabilities. These games push the limits of sound, graphics quality, and developer … Continue reading What Is the Best Console for RPGs?

Affordable Alternatives to Overrated (Overpriced) SNES Games

I’m not sure there’s any more divisive statement in the retro game collecting community than “This is the MOST OVERRATED SNES game (or insert whatever console you want to fight about) ever!” Of course, we’re all entitled to our little opinions. But let’s face it: When you’re dealing with retro collectors, pretty much any absolute statement is a prime target for a big fat “ackchyually” … Continue reading Affordable Alternatives to Overrated (Overpriced) SNES Games

What’s up with the SNES games for Nintendo Switch Online?

…and other observations and lukewarm takes from Nintendo Direct Yesterday’s Nintendo Direct broadcast left all us fans with a LOT to think about.  Doom 64 for Nintendo Switch For me, the announcement that Doom 64 is coming to the Switch on November 22 was the greatest moment of my whole life. The birth of my only child pales in comparison. Okay, not really. But it … Continue reading What’s up with the SNES games for Nintendo Switch Online?