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Just watch as one of your combos wipes those smug smirks off Lololo and Lalala’s faces and try not to feel your own sense of self-satisfaction inflate exponentially. I’d slaughter a pig and bathe in its blood if Nintendo released a new 2d Metroid on the e-shop. A new 2d Final Fantasy would be sweet as hell too, and on and on. Not sure which of all the SNES games mentioned so far you would equate to eshop "indie" quality right down to shovelware
A lot of the better games were either Japanese or European only, and might not make it very far in a ranking like this. Therefore I decided to give them a boost by adding this criteria to the equation. This also ensures some solid obscure titles gets some limelight.
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- The story involves typical yet effective plot points of traveling with a party of loveable characters through time to defeat an evil demon king, Dhoas.
- It’s pretty scary navigating your way around the jungle with super powerful dinosaurs lurking around.
- Developed by Wolf Team, Tales of Phantasia is a role-playing game.
- Fun Disney antics ramp up as Mickey goes on a ‘magical quest’ to save his friends who have been kidnapped by evil forces.
- Based on the great 1993 film, Jurassic Park allows you to explore the dangerous park from the movie.
None of the early console RPGs captured gamers’ imaginations like the adventures of Cecil and his band of heroic friends. A huge cast of characters kept this story of redemption and love compelling for hour upon hour of monster slaying goodness. The expansive game world included everything from an underground landscape of stone and lava to a thrilling conclusion on the moon. Our sole mission is to help gamers play their best — at every level, in every game.
Imagine a game that’s part “Contra,” part “Metroid” and another part “Mega Man.” That’s “Super Turrican 2.” The best games on the SNES feel seamless in the way that the push of a button translates to action on the screen. And “Super Turrican 2” falls neatly into that category. But the SNES’s gift to puzzle games was “Kirby’s Avalanche.” All three games are solid puzzlers, but what “Kirby’s Avalanche” includes a simple story mode that’s chock-full of childish wonder.
Tough decision but Kirby games are always just shy of greatness imo. An amazing cast of characters with unique abilities gave battles unprecedented depth, the soundtrack set a new standard in video game music, and just when you thought the story was getting predictable, the whole world got destroyed. Packed with legendary moments like the opera-house sequence, flying a Mode-7 airship, and confronting an angelic lunatic jester, Final Fantasy III was the best role-playing game of its day – and Playstation ROM games download no one has topped it yet. Combining wacky combat racing with adorable characters and inventive tracks was so successful that Super Mario Kart created a genre that remains a gaming stalwart to this day.
The design skillfully walks the tightrope between “fun for all ages” and “victory is solely determined by a die roll” that so many games of all eras and genres fail to achieve. Super Mario Kart is one of the all-time greats at entrancing a group of friends on a couch, Mode-7 graphics or no. Before it became a genre, “party game” was synonymous with Super Bomberman. In fact, Super Bomberman was often what created the party in the first place. The game has reappeared on countless platforms thanks to the endless gratification that comes from trapping friends in the middle of a string of bombs, and laughing maniacally as they explode.
Bold and experimental, Hiroki Kikuta’s soundtrack for Secret of Mana was as much a feat of technical engineering as musical inspiration. As the blue bomber transcended his NES heritage for this Super Nintendo title, Capcom’s audio team of Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara and Toshihiko Horiyama took their work to the next level as well.
Aside from like a very small handful of games brought up so far, most games on this thread so far were major games, especially back in the early 90’s. Could be Teranigma, any of the Breath of Fire games, Contra, Mystic Ninja, X2 or X3, Yoshi Island, Kirby Dreamland 3, DK 2, or some other game I’m forgetting. I’m not going to bother with a list as everyone has already mentioned my favorites, but I did want to add Tetris Attack for consideration. My brothers and I used to play this endlessly dropping blocks on each other.
Once the final scores were meted out, any games that were tied were decided by Gamefaqs ratings. If the titles were still tied after that, I used the SNES Hub reader rating to break the tie. And if games were still tied, then they remained tied. Japanese / European exclusive – Represents 20% of the final score.