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Mode 7 was hot back in the day, but today's gamers are no longer impressed by scaling and rotating pieces of clip art. If you still have a yearning for the golden days when being a Nintendo fan meant you were hardcore, then you've come to the right place.
Hey SNES, I was just wondering what were some of your favorite games and why? I'll start off.
Ghoul Patrol - I really dont know why. I was really young when I would play this game. Age of like 3 or something. Just the fact that you could run around with a player 2 and shoot monsters was really fun to me and the soundtrack was nice.
Pocky & Rocky - Pretty much same reason as Ghoul Patrol just more of an asian feeling.
WWF Royal Rumble - Wrestling was so fun and being able to be my favorite wrestlers was a great deal for me.
Super Mario - I don't even need to say why!
The list goes on, but your turns!
Super Ghouls n' Ghost - God this game is hard, but so, fun
Final Fantasy III (VI) - It Has Kefka, do I need to say more?
final fantasy II, III, mystic quest
Breath of fire 1& 2 first time i read a curse word on a video game
and many more
Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience
Easily the SNES was, and is still my favourite of the systems to date. The games that I love and still play for this system are many, but here are a few of the ones I love the most.Final Fantasy III (VI) - Still my favourite game of all time. It is the first RPG game I ever got my hands on to play. I love the character designs and development, and I love the fact that the villain is truly villainous. The music is amazing, and I think it's pretty darn cool that halfway through the game you practically start over on a newly destroyed world, having to seek out your party members all over again.Chrono Trigger - So many endings, so many possibilities. It's no wonder to me that this game got the PS and DS ports that it got as a classic and amazing game. Once again, the music is phenomenal, and so are the characters. I love how doing certain things affects your gameplay or characters later on (obviously depending on what it is!) This is one of those games that I never get sick of playing!Secret of Evermore - A boy and his dog get transported initially to prehistoric times after wandering into an old mansion, and end up going through many different 'time periods' helping out other people that were transported from the town of Podunk that he comes from. I love the Alchemy system, and the changes that your dog takes throughout the game. I love the graphic style, and I love the music. I suppose I'm disappointed at the fact that this game isn't as loved as I feel it should be, personally feeling that as a whole it's a pretty solid game!Seiken Densetsu 3 - Okay, so I never got to play this game on my console. I still to this day do not understand why this game was not brought over stateside, and I still hope that someday the DS will get a port of it. There are six characters to choose from, three women and three men, which change how your game plays out. The basic purpose is the same, but the story along the way changes depending on what characters you choose. On top of this, you get two different class changes. You start off neutral, and then can either be a light or dark character. Later on, you can either be light light, light dark, or dark light, dark dark. Sounds stupid, but each different class change changes the colours of the character, and the menu sprite. So there are seven class possibilities for each playable character in this game. Seven? That's insane! On top of that, it still has the same enjoyable system for battle that Secret of Mana has with the real-time combat and ring-menu. The music is astounding, and so is the story. I can't even recommend this game enough for people to play, especially if they loved Secret of Mana.Terranigma - Another game that never made it stateside that I love. The premise is that the main character Ark is to resurrect Earth, and you go through the evolution of life from past to present. It plays similar to Illusion of Gaia, and in some ways Secret of Evermore. I sometimes wonder if some of the depressing overtones is why it never made it to the states, but once again, I find this to be a truly solid and enjoyable game, well worth playing!
I might edit this sometime and add my reasons why for each game, but for now, I'll just list them:
1. Super Metroid
2. Super Mario World
3. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
4. Street Fighter II Turbo
5. Super Punch-out
Donkey Kong Country, Donkey Kong Country 2, Mario Kart, F-Zero, TMNT IV: Turtles in Time, Final Fight, Super Mario All-Stars, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Mortal Kombat II, NBA Jam: Tournament Edition
Mortal Kombat II- greatest fighting game i knew of.
Mega Man X series- those games were the best platformers i played on the system when i was little and the soundtrack was the greatest
1. Chrono Trigger
3. Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
4. Breath of Fire 2
5. Final Fantasy 3 (6)
6. Secret of Mana
8. Super Mario RPG
9. Secret of Evermore
10. Super Metroid
If you bred HK-47, Shale, Chai Ka and Wrex, the gaming world would explode from sheer badassery.
Reading through this list I just had to sit back and blink
because I see one of my favorite games up here - Shadowrun!
It was simplistic, the music would grate on your nerves
every so often, but in the end it was a very entertaining game. I wish they would port that to the DS. But
this is about the SNES and not the DS so I won't go that route.
3. Aladdin - Seriously, where else could you do such
acrobatics before PoP?
4. Rock N' Roll Racing - Ah, Blizzard didn't let me down
with this game. Now, if only someone would remake this and add more music to
it. I would definitely play it!
5. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - a classic!
6. Chrono Trigger - this was one of the best games that
Square came out with.
7. Lufia & the Fortress of Doom & Lufia II: Rise of
the Sinistrals are a tie for the #7 spot. I mean, really, they were both fantastic
games! If only they would port these two! IF ONLY! Oh, well.
8. Robotrek - there was always one part of the game that
infuriated me, yet, I still enjoyed it - thanks Enix! /sarcasm
9. Super Metroid - the only Metroid I have ever played, but
I enjoyed it immensely.
10. Zombies Ate My Neighbors - What can I say, it has
Zombies in it!
Chrono Trigger, Secret of Mana, A link to the past, Soul Blazer, Lufia 2, Ogre Battle, Final Fantasy V and VI
All the Marios!!