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A "lost" title for SNES arrives on PC and consoles

It was 1994 and Arcade Zone was starting to develop Nightmare Busters, a run and gun for SNES, which however never saw the light. The project was canceled and never officially released, but it's ...
Super Mario World Nintendo SNES Twitch Streamer Voice Commands

Streamer plays Super Mario World through voice commands

The boom of the Twitch streaming platform has led streamers to experiment with new methods of attracting new viewers. And it is with this idea that streamer juzcook used software capable of ...
Shin Akuma Street Fighter Alpha 2 SNES Capcom

Found the code to unlock Shin Akuma in Street Fighter Alpha 2 on SNES

Initially released in 1996 on Arcade and SNES Cabinets, Street Fighter Alpha 2 is considered one of the most popular chapters in Capcom's fighting game series, with many of its characters introduced in this chapter ...
ray tracing snes

Ray Tracing working on SNES through a modified cartridge

When we hear about Ray Tracing, we all think of a technology that is so advanced that it requires hardware with very high specifications in order to manage the amount of calculations required. Well, someone managed to ...
Nintendo Switch Online SNES NES Catalog

Nintendo Switch Online - Here are the games coming for the month of July

The online catalog dedicated to SNES and NES titles available through the Nintendo Switch Online subscription is updated with three new titles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Hf_0OytL_c Let's start with the big shot: Donkey Kong Country, the immortal platform developed by ...
Nintendo Switch Online

Nintendo Switch Online, the NES and SNES libraries are enriched

Four new titles will join the lineup of games included with the Nintendo Switch Online subscription. 3 of these will be dedicated to the SNES library, while only one for NES. THE...

Nintendo Switch Online: the NES / SNES catalog is updated ... little

The Nintendo Switch Online retrogaming service, which offers its subscribers a selection of titles that have appeared on NES and SNES, is updated for the month of February bringing new titles ... but the community ...

Nintendo Switch Online, 6 games coming soon

The retrogaming service associated with the Nintendo Switch Online subscription has been a bit lacking in recent months, not to mention nearly flat. Fortunately, with the new update it seems things must change since ...
Tarzan - NES

Here is Tarzan's game for SNES that has never seen the light

It was the year 1994, and alongside a sensational Donkey Kong Country, a very popular Super Metroid and many other historic titles, the then spearhead of the Big N, the Super Nintendo, was supposed to host ...

Return to SNES - Editorial

I know, retrogaming isn't for everyone. I also know that when offered by the house, as in this situation, it is often used as a decoy and mere filler to flesh out the offer ...
Nintendo Switch Online

Nintendo Switch Online, NES and SNES games will no longer run monthly

During the latest Nintendo Direct, Nintendo Switch Online service subscribers finally got access to SNES games on the Nintendo Switch, although there is a problem. Nintendo has in fact announced that it has stopped the ...

Nintendo Switch Online with a new library of games

A new library dedicated entirely to Super Nintendo will be available on the Nintendo Switch Online digital service from 6 September. The list includes 20 titles which you can find below. Brawl Brothers Demon's Crest ...

Nintendo Switch Online, incoming SNES games and other retro-consoles?

References to SNES games and other unknown emulators have been found in some code strings of the Nintendo Switch Online.

Rayman, Prototype INEDITO and Download

Lately you hear more and more talk about master disk, gold source code. As you have already noticed the retrogam is back really fashionable, it's just a few hours ago the release news ...

Nintendo Switch - Online and Voice Chat

Nintendo. Switch. We have noticed joy and sorrows since the launch. Even today we have the usual bitter pill and the candy, the question however is that it is a taste that will surely be totally ...

Free is Beautiful - Hell is Other Demons & Overcooked 2

Like every week (perhaps with some delay), Free is Beautiful takes you into the world of free offers from the Epic Games Store. This week the ...

Abandoned and Hideo Kojima, the mystery deepens

Over the last few days a real hunt for the clue has started against Abandoned, an indie game presented for PS5 with ...

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