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  1. Weird how the cover claims Doom3 is an "Xbox Exclusive". It was a PC exclusive actually, until it got ported by a different developer to the Xbox a year later. This mag came out before even the PC version was released, so you'd think they'd be covering that one, not a port that was a looong way from being finished.
  2. That one, huh? Well, now you've got a 4 page preview of an unreleased game. That's more valuable than getting a scan of yet another preview for some super common game like a Final Fantasy or whatever. Sounds like it had a rough time. During development, the producer retired from the business and the character designer died. It sounds like an adult version was in the works for PCs as well (pretty common practice for this type of game). I wonder if it ever got previewed in an adult mag?
  3. Zelda no Densetsu: Kamigami no Triforce (released in the USA as The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past) was developed and published by Nintendo for the Super Famicom on November 21, 1991
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    Syvalion (Japan)

    Syvalion is a side-scrolling shooter developed by Taito and published by Toshiba EMI for the Super Famicom on July 24, 1992.
  5. Ultima VI: The False Prophet (released in Japan as Ultima VI: Itsuwari no Yogensha) is an RPG developed by Origin Systems and published in Japan by Pony Canyon for the Super Famicom on April 3, 1992.
  6. ad circa early 1992: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Super Mario World Pilotwings F-Zero Sim City
  7. Other games developed by Nintendo for the Famicom but never released in North America: Mahjong (1983) Gomoku Narabe Renju (1983) Popeye no Eigo Asobi (1983) F1 Race (1984) Famicom Wars (1988) Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no Tsurugi (1990) and for the Famicom Disk System: Yume Kōjō: Dokidoki Panic (1987) Famicom Mukashibanashi: Shin Onigashima (1987) Famicom Grand Prix F1 Race (1987) Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally (1988) Famicom Tantei Club: Kieta Kōkeisha (1988) Famicom Tantei Kurabu Part II: Ushiro ni Tatsu Shoujo (1989) The Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2 was of course later released in the USA as Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels on different platforms, as were The Mysterious Murasame Castle and Earthbound, which both eventually made their way to Virtual Console release. But yes, Devil World is the only NES game in which Miyamoto played a designer role to be unreleased in the USA (except for Dokidoki Panic, which of course saw an altered release as SMB2)
  8. Exhaust Heat (released in the USA as F1ROC: Race of Champions) is a racing game developed and published by SETA Corporation for the Super Famicom on February 21, 1992. Nosferatu is a SFC platform game from SETA, advertised here as having an unspecified 1992 release, but the game wouldn't actually be released until October 1994. Silva Saga was an RPG published by SETA for the Famicom in July 1992. However, this ad is for a Super Famicom version which it claims will be available concurrently with the Famicom version. Despite this ad and screenshot, it must have been canceled, because no Super Famicom version of the game was ever released.
  9. Air Management (released in the USA as Aerobiz) is an airline management sim developed and published by Koei for the Super Famicom on April 9, 1992.
  10. Dragon Quest V: Tenkū no Hanayome (the heavenly bride) is an RPG developed by Chunsoft and published by Enix for the Super Famicom on September 15, 1992
  11. The Golf '92 was developed and published by G.01 for the Famicom on July 3, 1992.
  12. Pebble Beach no Hatō (released in the US as True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Golf Links) is a golf game developed and published by T&E Soft for the Super Famicom on April 10, 1992