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Roll around with On the Ball.

By Katie . September 20, 2005 . 8:23pm

The recipe for this delectable dish? Take a heavy helping of Sonic the Hedgehog’s rotating special stages. Add a dash of Marble Madness, a pinch of pinball, mix together and chill in a big, soothing new age fridge. What do we get? On The Ball for the Super Nintendo. Read our playtest for more details […]

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Another lost Square-Enix Super Famicom classic.

By Spencer . February 20, 2004 . 6:01am

Live Alive is a relatively unknown Squaresoft game that had a debut on the Super Famicom and was never heard of again. With a creative combat system and unique characters one would expect Square to make a game similar to this or possibly a sequel. Read our playtest of Live Alive for more details. 

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Another story with the girls from Sailor Moon.

By Spencer . November 8, 2003 . 4:14am

If you watched all of Sailor Moon you still haven’t seen the side story in Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon: Another Story. This tale is brought into a Super Famicom RPG, which fans will eat up. Find out more in our retro playtest of Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon: Another Story.

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A Dragonball Z classic

By Spencer . October 20, 2003 . 1:36pm

Back in the Super Famicom era, the Dragon Ball Z games were top of the line titles. DBZ: Hyper Dimension tops them all with intense action.          

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Ryu Hayabusa moves into the 16 bit world.

By Spencer . September 25, 2003 . 4:50pm

For those of you that don’t know the Ninja Gaiden Trilogy stars a ninja named Ryu Hayabusa. The gameplay is fairly standard 2D action scrolling, but this title brings a challenge along with it. Read our playtest for more details on Ninja Gaiden Trilogy.