This one was so big that it needed it’s own episode. We talk the original version of Street Fighter II: The World Warrior for the SNES.
We’re opening this episode with another soccer game. In fact, its another soccer game that has “Super” in the title. In fact, it”s another soccer game that has “Super” in the title that is quite good. It’s Super Soccer Champ.
Hey hey kids! It’s time to tackle our first (and likely best) Simpson’s game on the SNES. And because this is a game published by Acclaim, we finally get to do our deep dive into the company!
We played all of these so you don’t have to suffer through them. You’re welcome.
After a brief hiatus, we are back! And we’re starting off with a surprisingly great racing game that neither of us had heard of before. Spoiler alert, we think it’s the best racing game we’ve played so far.
Wow! This is a big one, folks. Not only do we add our 50th game to the list, but we’re going to be talking about one of the most beloved games of all time in one of gaming’s most revered franchises. That’s right, it’s Raiden Trad!
In this episode, we’re taking a look at a licensed game that’s actually not too shabby. The Addams Family is proof that not all movie tie-in games belong in the garbage. And then we take a brief look at WWF Super Wrestlemania, the first wrestling game on the SNES. We also talk about the first SNES installments of two well-known series of side-scrollers with Contra III: The Alien Wars and Super Adventure Island. One of them is great and the other… not so much. Which is which? I guess you’ll just have to listen to find out!
We’ve got more golf! But it’s okay, it’s actually pretty good golf.
Sadly, our review of Super Scope Six will have to be put on hold for now. But we do break down Super Smash TV (for big money and big prizes!), Legend of the Mystical Ninja, and… uh… Pit Fighter.
In this episode, we kick off 1992 with a completely bug-free Earth Defense Force. Then it’s time to hop in our time machines to rescue some cave babes (shudder) with Joe & Mac. Then we dive into a somewhat overlooked SNES RPG with Ys III: Wanderers from Ys, which takes the popular Ys formula and literally flips it on its side. Finally, we look at Nolan Ryan’s Baseball and realize that, yup it sure is more baseball.