Long ago I nailed down some NES games I’d love to own someday. Today’s a good day to figure out 11 Super NES games I’ve been looking for. They’re not in any real order.
I’ve heard some incredible praise for this game. I hope to stumble upon it someday.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters (Konami)
This is one of the few SNES games I have prior experience with. I thought Konami did a pretty good job with this fighter, myself. I’d like to see if I still feel that way.
I like Starfox 64 enough to be curious about its SNES prequel. I know it’s quite different, but I’d like to give it a go all the same.
Contra III: The Alien Wars (Konami)
I love Contra for the NES, and I’ve heard splendid reports on the third proper entry.
This game’s dual gameplay approach has always intrigued me. I think I dabbled with it briefly as a kid, but I’d like to truly delve into it sometime.
Out of this World (Interplay)
I’d like to try this out. It has a fairly unique premise for this time period, and although it sounds like it has a fair amount of trial and error, sometimes that is a good thing.
Wild Guns (Natsume)
This is the kind of quirky game I can really get into. It has crazy design and a different style of shoot-em-up gameplay that may just be what I adore. Who knows?
Ninja Warriors (Taito/Natsume)
Taito makes some great stuff, as I’ve discovered through their Legends comps, and this beat-em-up gets some high marks from some gamers. Looks fun to me!
E.V.O. Quest for Eden (Enix)
Another zany gameplay idea, but one that could potentially be a blast to discover (I hope). I’ve been interested in this for years, so I’d like to get a chance to try it out.
Lufia and the Fortress of Doom (Taito/Neverland)
I have Lufia II, which is generally considered the best title in the series, but I’d still like to give its prequel a chance.
Breath of Fire (Square/Capcom)
Poor localization and rudimentary mechanics aside, I have enjoyed dabbling in this series, and would like to give the originator a shot.
Any other suggestions? Let me know in the comments!