Good snes games, from overrated to underrated.
The 3 Top Gear racing games were amazing games! Especially the music in these games. Very underrated series and a personal favorite of mine. Especially pic related.
I'm playing Super Metroid on my SNES right now. The first time I played it was about six years ago on the VC, and I thought it was really overrated. For some reason I'm enjoying it a lot more this time around. I think I still like Prime better, but Super is great too.
Still the best wrestling game out there.
Totally different. I haven't played the Genesis game yet but I've heard good things. From what I have seen, the Genesis game is a more traditional platformer with more focus on puzzle, the SNES game is weirder, as it's a platformer but you can move in different planes around the screen similar to beat 'em up games. The SNES game also uses the dash mechanic that was implemented on Tiny Toon Buster Busts Loose.
True Lies for the SNES has the rare distinction of being a movie license game published by LJN that's actually really good.
It's hard, but lots of fun.
Also available on the Genesis where it's the same, but different pallettes and sound effects. The gameplay, graphics and soundtrack is just as good as on the SNES and it comes down to what you prefer or what console you have (use the 6button pad if you're on Genny).
It's absolutely a fun action game, it follows the movie just as much as it has to, it's worth picking up on any system (well, not the GameGear version, that one wasn't good at all).
>I haven't played the Genesis game yet but I've heard good things
I owned it, still do, but haven't played it in probably 20 years. I remember liking it as a kid, but I recognize that was probably only due to the fact it was based on my favorite show. Graphics were good, and the game had a decent sense of humor, but it's probably rubbish. I should dig it out this weekend and give it a go.
I don't think we needed to know you're a girl.
I'm looking for a run and gun game with robots. I used to play all the time when i was little but can't remember the name. Yes, it's for SNES. The graphics are kinda animesque, so i'm guessing it's a japanese game.
Tripfag, but if you're not trolling I think you mean "empathize", not "emphasize". Not trying to be pedantic but would also be better to say you couldn't empathize or identify with the characters, it's hard to understand how you'd empathize with a videogame.
Op here getting this, and replacing shit controls with original to play nes and snes . Which system should I collect more for?
I mean, it's not impossible that you don't know Mega Man.
Just pick up the games you feel would be fun to play.
Also, some console clones and emulator boxes inexplicably have issues running some games (that emulators on PC long since fixed), research that before making a decision.
Like, the Retron 5 (arguably a piece of shit), had problems playing Doom and other special chip games, for a long time too.
Unless you're serious about collecting, I'd suggest a flash cartridge for the more expensive and illusive titles, like, Earthbound is a great game, but do you really want to spend upwards of 200 smackers for it?
What does it take to connect SNES to TV? I have the PAL version, and I'm fairly certain some cables are missing.
It worked the last time I've played it (a decade ago) but now it won't budge. All I get is the start screen on game, and it stays that way.
Did it bite the dust or do I really miss some cables?
Playing some Super Bonk 2. Really good platformer, more similar to Bonk's Revenge than the other Bonk games (in a good way)
It's a little tedious in a couple levels, but the game is fantastic and creative on the whole
> overrated to underrated.
What about games that are somehow both?
Well, I certainly don't see that one here :D
I knew there was something with colored plugs.
My top SNES, no multiple entries in a series, and only NTSC-UC releases... It would be different if I included NTSC-JP...
In no particular order:
>Mega Man X2
>Super Mario RPG
>Sunset Riders (Arcade is better, but its a good port)
>Especially the music in these games.
Yes. Fuck yes.
KIDS TODAY JUST DON'T KNOW
Is SNES Doom worth buying? I know it gets shit on quite a bit, but most of it seems to be people expecting a SNES to PC with best settings. How does it hold up as it's own thing?
I have it, and enjoy it. Obviously not as good as PC but still cool to have. It is missing some levels, but has the most levels out of any other port. Its not unplayable. A bit laggy and choppy but overall not bad. A game worth having in your SNES library.
Pretty damn crude, low res, worse animations, lots of slowdown, poor controls, poor sound.
If it wasn't for the 32X version lacking lots more levels, the bosses and the music being awful, I would say it's fully superior, the SNES version just had way better music and actually had the cyber and spider.
I'm curious, what game starting the trend of those racing games? I mean with that type of perspective and driving on actual road among cars not part of the race. I know of Lamborghini American Challenge (aka Crazy Cars 3) like that, which also has a SNES version, or Lotus, etc
is it Outrun?
Another very underrated racing would be Biker Mice From Mars. Forget about Rock'n'Roll Racing, in the isometric style, THIS is the best.
The game may seem simple at first you once you learn the turbo systems of Modo and Vinnie, especially Vinnie, you're going to love it. In that sense it's kinda like Crash Team Racing and its turbo system, except faster and requiring even more skill.
And of course The Ninja Warriors for best beat em up on the system. You've got 3 characters, all of each play differently and have TONS of moves and combos. Trust me you're not done learning all the moves.
Jump-kicking from enemy to enemy without touching the ground for most fun move.
Who knows. Rad Racer could have? And who could forget the awesome 3D mode in that game :')
Superior to the 32X version(something I still don't understand to this day)
That said, there are much better ways to play DOOM. Ultimate DOOM, for example. Even though DOOM 64 is technically different, I'd suggest that.
Uncharted Waters 2
If you're looking for hidden gems you could do worse. It's a very unique game with strategy, RP, economics and even has 6 characters with their own stories.
The 32X version was rushed, but it ultimately plays much much better than the SNES version, though it has less content.
SNES version has great music (and the big bosses) but the quality of the sound effects are ass.
The 32X version has shit music (because it was rushed), but the audio quality is crystal clear.
Personally, I prefer the 32X version over the SNES version for it's controls and smooth processing.
Just turn off the music and put on the SNES or GBA version music in the background and you're set.
Mah brother from another mother.
Sonic Blast Man.
it's not the best or anything, but it's a fun beat 'em up that doesn't get mentioned often and also stars fucking Sonic Blast Man from the arcade punching game.
There is also a sequel that I haven't played yet.
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