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  1. Hi everybody, when the SNES Classic was released, I decided to compile all of the content that was covered in Nintendo Power for each game (including the comics). Before I knew it, I was spending quite a few hours looking through every issue, referencing various indexes, cropping pages to fit better with one another, etc. I've already spent way more time on this project than I wanted. If anybody wants to do whatever would be needed to make these suitable for distribution on Retromags itself, feel free to edit and redistribute: http://www.videogamescrapbook.com/download/nintendo_power.php Also, I'd appreciate a quick thanks if anybody likes my efforts since part of me wonders if I wasted my time. For example, I also included a 100 page document focused on Super Mario 64 in anticipation of Super Mario Odyssey. I think it's really neat to be able to see all of the beta images of a game, the maps, strategies, codes, arena scores, ads, etc. all in one place without having to seek multiple magazines to see it all. Some of these compilations even act as the closest thing to an official Nintendo Player's Guide for the games that never had one (such as Super Punch-Out!!). Another highlight of course are the comics, some of which I couldn't find a full CBZ version anywhere else. Enjoy!
  2. List the 10 best SNES games you ever played. Your opinion, I don't give a crap what anybody else on the 'Net says, hold them out proudly. Show us your mettle. Ten SNES titles. You can do this, people. Make me proud. *huggles* Areala
  3. pages 3-4 of 4 page double-sided fold-out ad for Konami SNES titles: Gradius III, Super Castlevania IV , and The Legend of the Mystical Ninja
  4. advertising paper japan from my famitsu magazine
  5. advertising paper japan from my famitsu magazine
  6. Final Fantasy VI is a JRPG developed and published by Square for the Super Famicom in Japan Released: (JP) April 2, 1994
  7. kitsunebi77

    Phalanx (Japan)

    Phalanx is a side-scrolling shooter developed by Zoom and published by Kemco for the Super Famicom. Released: (JP) August 7, 1992 (NA) October 1992
  8. Battle Blaze is a fantasy-themed fighting game developed by Aicom and published by Sammy for the Super Famicom. Released: (JP) May 1, 1992 (NA) December 1993
  9. The Combatribes is a 2D side-scrolling brawler developed and published by Technos for the Super Famicom. Released: (JP) December 23, 1992 (NA) March 1993
  10. The Combatribes is a 2D side-scrolling brawler developed and published by Technos for the Super Famicom. Released: (JP) December 23, 1992 (NA) March 1993
  11. Rushing Beat is a side-scrolling beat-em-up developed and published by Jaleco for the Super Famicom. It was released in the US on the SNES as Rival Turf! Released: (JP) March 27, 1992 (NA) April 1992 Plasma Ball is an action game for the Famicom from Jaleco released exclusively in Japan. Released: March 27, 1992
  12. Rushing Beat is a side-scrolling beat-em-up developed and published by Jaleco for the Super Famicom. It was released in the US on the SNES as Rival Turf! Released: (JP) March 27, 1992 (NA) April 1992
  13. Contra Spirits is a side-scrolling action shooter/platformer for the Super Famicom developed and published by Konami. It was released in the US as Contra III: The Alien Wars and in Europe as Super Probotector: Alien Rebels Released: JP: February 28, 1992 NA: April 6, 1992 EU: November 19, 1992
  14. Card Master: Rimusaria no Fuuin is a 1st-person RPG for the Super Famicom developed and published by HAL. It was released in the US as Arcana for the SNES. Released: (JP) March 27, 1992, (NA) May 1992 Super Dunk Shot is a basketball game for the Super Famicom developed by Sculptured Software and published by HAL. It was given an NCAA license and released in the US as NCAA Basketball for the SNES. Released: (JP) June 19, 1992 (NA) October 1992
  15. Card Master: Rimusaria no Fuuin is a 1st-person RPG for the Super Famicom developed and published by HAL. It was released in the US as Arcana for the SNES. Released: (JP) March 27, 1992, (NA) May 1992
  16. Card Master: Rimusaria no Fuuin is a 1st-person RPG for the Super Famicom developed and published by HAL. It was released in the US as Arcana for the SNES. Released: (JP) March 27, 1992, (NA) May 1992
  17. Card Master: Rimusaria no Fuuin is a 1st-person RPG for the Super Famicom developed and published by HAL. It was released in the US as Arcana for the SNES. Released: (JP) March 27, 1992, (NA) May 1992
  18. Magic Sword is a side-scolling action game with some platform elements for the Super Famicom developed and published by Capcom. Released: (JP) May 29, 1992 (UK) March 18, 1993
  19. Hat Trick Hero is a soccer/football game for the Super Famicom developed and published by Taito. It was released in the US as Super Soccer Champ and in Europe as Euro Football Champ Released: (JP) March 27,1992 (NA) June 1992 (EU) 1992 Kyuukyoku Harikiri Koushien is a baseball game for the Famicom, developed and published by Taito exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) March 19, 1992
  20. Soul Blader is an action RPG developed by Quintet and published by Enix for the Super Famicom. It was released in the US as Soul Blazer. Released: (JP) January 31, 1992 (NA) August 1992
  21. SimEarth is a life simulation game designed by Will Wright, in which the player controls the development of a planet. It was developed by Maxis Software and published on the Super Famicom by Imagineer. Released: (JP) December 29, 1991 (NA) 1992
  22. RPM Racing (Radical Psycho Machine Racing) is an isometric racing game developed by Silicon & Synapse and published by Victor Musical Industries in Japan for the Super Famicom. Released: (JP) March 19, 1992 (NA) November 1991