SNES - Timeline

Tuesday17th Jul 2018

Friday13th Jul 2018

Monday2nd Jul 2018

  • Video How Ingenious British Teens Helped Nintendo Fly With Star Fox

    The dawn of the Lylat Wars

    The story of how a group of ambitious young British programmers gave Nintendo the courage to enter the 3D arena is hardly new; we've covered it on this very site, for example. However, the tale behind the development of Star Fox is one that bears repeating, making this new video from People Make Games well worth a...

Monday25th Jun 2018

Thursday31st May 2018

Friday25th May 2018

Wednesday23rd May 2018

Thursday10th May 2018

Tuesday1st May 2018

Thursday26th Apr 2018

Friday13th Apr 2018

Monday9th Apr 2018

Thursday5th Apr 2018

Wednesday4th Apr 2018

  • News Veteran Game Designer Hidenori Shibao Passes Away

    Writer and director of SNES RPG Paladin's Quest

    We've got some sad news today as it's being reported that veteran writer and game designer Hidenori Shibao has passed away. Shibao was best known for writing and directing the Super Nintendo RPG Paladin's Quest, which was published by Enix. In later years Shibao would go on to work...

Tuesday3rd Apr 2018

Tuesday27th Mar 2018

Monday26th Mar 2018

  • Video Try to Remember these Top Ten Forgotten Mario Characters

    Can't do Mushbert-er than these

    Mario's had a lot of friends. So many in fact that you'd be pushed to remember every single one of them, and even then there's probably one or two you've just never even heard of. That's why we've teamed up with the excellent rabbidluigi so that we can collate the very finest of these Mario relics to put in front of...

Friday16th Mar 2018

  • Music There's A Secret Of Mana Folk Album And It's Beautiful

    Out today!

    The soundtrack to Secret of Mana has to rank as one of the best ever committed to silicon, with stirring battle songs rubbing shoulders with soothing lullabies and bittersweet tunes. Hiroki Kikuta's work remains masterful, even after all these years. We didn't think it could get much better, but it seems we were wrong - if you take...

Wednesday14th Mar 2018

Tuesday13th Mar 2018

Monday12th Mar 2018

Friday2nd Mar 2018

Wednesday28th Feb 2018

Thursday22nd Feb 2018

Wednesday21st Feb 2018

Monday19th Feb 2018

Friday16th Feb 2018

Wednesday7th Feb 2018