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  1. Hello, I am scanning some japanese The Super Famicom magazines, I created this post for if anybody are interested in this magazine, here we can share info and help to try to complete the series. Please any comment leave below. Thank you. There are 3 issues in retromags and I have two in my archive place. The Super Famicom 1992 No. 22 The Super Famicom 1995 No. 23 The next issue will be The Super Famicom 1995 No. 19 I fixed the cover, any moderator can put is as dababase image if he/she wants. it is in my twitter the clean cover and original one if I put here it appears very big. https://twitter.com/SnesLegacy Regards.
  2. advertising paper japan from my famitsu magazine
  3. Hiouden - Mamono-tachi to no Chikai is a strategy RPG for the Super Famicom developed and published by Wolf Team exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) June 26, 1992
  4. Nangoku Shounen Papuwa-kun is a brawler/platformer for the Super Famicom developed by Daft Co., Ltd. and published by Enix exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) March 25, 1994
  5. Final Fantasy VI is a JRPG developed and published by Square for the Super Famicom in Japan Released: (JP) April 2, 1994
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    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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  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. Shinseiki GPX Cyber Formula is a board game with a racing theme, published by Varie for the Game Boy. It was not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) February 28, 1992 Nakajima Satoru Kanshū F-1 Hero MD is a racing simulation developed by Aisystem Tokyo and published by Varie for the Mega Drive. It was released as Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge on the Genesis in the US. Released: (JP) May 15, 1992 (NA) 1992 Nakajima Satoru Kanshū F-1 Hero 3 is advertised as a Famicom game to go on sale in August 1992, but I can find no evidence that it was ever actually released. Possibly canceled? Nakajima Satoru Kanshū Super F-1 Hero is a racing simulation developed by Aprinet and published by Varie for the Super Famicom. Released: (JP) December 18, 1992
  11. Othello World was developed and published by Tsukuda Original exclusively in Japan on the Super Famicom Released: (JP) April 5, 1992
  12. Smash T.V. is a shoot-em-up developed by Williams Electronic Games and published in Japan on the Super Famicom by ASCII Corporation. Released: (NA) 1991 (JP) March 27, 1992
  13. This ad is for the "Romancing SaGa Original Sound Version" music CD Romancing SaGa is an RPG developed and published by Square for the Super Famicom. It was not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) January 28, 1992
  14. Aguri Suzuki F1 Super Driving is a racing game for the Super Famicom developed by Genki and published in Japan by LOZC/G Amusements. It was released on the SNES in the US as Redline: F1 Racer Released: (JP) July 17, 1992 (NA) 1993
  15. Super Shanghai is a puzzle game for the Super Famicom developed by Activision and published in Japan by HOT-B. It was published in the US as Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye Released: (JP) April 28, 1992
  16. Otogirisou is a horror-themed "sound novel" developed and published exclusively in Japan by Chunsoft for the Super Famicom. This differs from a traditional visual novel in that the graphics just make up the background, while the story is conveyed entirely by text, sound effects and music. Released: March 7, 1992
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. Super Cup Soccer is a soccer/football game for the Super Famicom developed by Tose and published by Jaleco. It was released in the US on the SNES as Goal! Released: (JP) April 24, 1992
  20. Super Cup Soccer is a soccer/football game for the Super Famicom developed by Tose and published by Jaleco. It was released in the US on the SNES as Goal! Released: (JP) April 24, 1992 Plasma Ball is an action game for the Famicom from Jaleco released exclusively in Japan. Released: March 27, 1992
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