One of the first soccer games to hit the SNES, Super Soccer is, in fact, the localised port of Human's Super Formation Soccer, which would see several sequels after this entry. Using the Mode 7 effects of the console, the game presents a low-down, third-person view of the action – which can make it hard when you're running down the pitch, towards the screen. While better soccer games exist on the SNES, Super Soccer will have a place in the hearts of many due to the fact that it was their first taste of the port on the console.
Breath of Fire is a history lesson on old-school roleplaying games that comes complete with warts and all. At a time where stiff competition produced some of the finest RPGs ever made, Capcom just wasn't able to develop an experience that would fully stand the test of time. A decent story and some great atmosphere is let down by dull combat, outdated menus and a few good ideas that don't go far enough. While there are better alternatives out there, it might have just enough charm to help the curious see through Ryu's first adventure to the end. Check it out for the sake of nostalgia, or a pretty generic quest to save the Light Dragon clan.
As you can probably tell from the name, Breath of Fire II is the direct sequel to the Capcom RPG sitting just above, and it's much the same story with this entry in the series. As you might expect, it's a bigger Breath of Fire adventure that will give you a good shot of nostalgia, and it's not without charm, but it's also unlikely to set your world alight unless you have fond memories from playing it back in the day. Not bad at all, but not spectacular either.
Super E.D.F. is not a truly bad game, it just never seems to reach beyond its overly mediocre gameplay system and uninspiring presentation. Shoot em' up purists might get a kick out of the game's unique play control additions, but most shooter fans who are used to experiencing the more top-shelf shoot em' ups of the era are likely to find Super E.D.F. far too flawed to ever get the level of enjoyment needed to warrant the time invested.
So there you have it; 24 lovely Super Nintendo games for you to play on your Switch. Let us know which ones you've enjoyed the most by posting a comment below.