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Usually, when you get a new-to-you console, you can usually find or remember the major games to check out.
But what happens when you need something different to play? Criteria For Hidden Gems | See All The Hidden Gems Articles | Digg This Guide Obvious Choices: Super Mario World, Yoshi’s Island, Super Mario All-Stars, Kirby, The Lion King, Mickey Mania Most of the best platformers on the Super Nintendo received a good amount of exposure of the US, so we’re digging into the Japanese Super Famicom library a bit here.
From HG101’s Review: “Demon’s Crest is what happens on the oh so rare occasion when Capcom decides to take one of their dying IPs and reinvent it…
Capcom took the whimsical and simplistic Makai Mura brand and created something so far detached from it that it’s hard to believe such a game could emerge from such a franchise…
It has a very original art style and the visuals and environments are colorful and creative.
Strong characters, great controls, and some seriously difficult, yet awesome bosses make this game a sleeper hit From Press The Buttons’ Review: “One of my favorite games to spring from the great cartoon character game mascot wars of the 16-bit generation has to be Plok for the Super NES.
Goemon 2 also serves as the introduction to the legendary Goemon Impact.
” Check for Ganbare Goemon 2 on e Bay Obvious Choices: Super Metroid, Earthworm Jim, Prince of Persia, Super Ghouls ‘N Ghosts, Star Fox, Super Star Wars Series, Mega Man, Flashback: The Quest for Identity, Out of This World, Disney’s Aladdin Phantom 2040 has to be one of the most under-appreciated games from the 16-bit era.
Demon’s Crest is an interesting game-element mix of Ghouls and Ghosts, Magical Quest, and Mega Man X. The graphics and atmosphere of the game are dark, gritty, and overall top notch, and some of the boss battles are phenomenal.From RVG Fanatic’s Review: “Do Re Mi Fantasy is a highly polished side-scrolling platformer. In each world there’s a minimum of 6 levels followed by a boss. The levels aren’t particularly long, but they possess plenty of detail, quirky enemies, excellent backdrops, ace set pieces and satisfying gameplay moments. you really have to see it in motion to fully appreciate it.