I'm LOVING the new Super NES feature! I'm a sucker for this sort of thing.
Since its launch days ago, I've finished Super Metroid (yerp, under three hours; still the best "Super Nintendo" game ever, as we used to say), Star Fox (all the paths), Super Mario World (okay, still working on the Special world, admittedly), Super Mario Kart (all the cups), and have gotten well into The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, mostly just to see how they played on the system/network. I still have a working original Super NES and a Super NES Classic, but being able to play all of these games on the go now in their original form is really nice. F-Zero is the next game on my list of replays.
I have to say that playing Super Mario Kart online is bringing back the most nostalgic feels for me atm. It's brought back fond(ish) memories of playing the game online with the XBand dial-up waaaaaaaaaaaaay back in the mid-90s, only this is way better, lol. That was the last time I'd played that specific game online before. Now bring me more XBand nostalgia and give me live Doom, Super Street Fighter II, Mortal Kombat 2 and 3, Primal Rage, and the original Killer Instinct! Yaaaaaaas!
Actually first give me Final Fantasy VI, Chrono Trigger, Secret of Mana, and, in my utopian pipe dreams, Out of This World. And Star Fox 2!! (Super NES Classic still technically counts as an "SNES" platform, right??)
After all those, let's have Illusion of Gaia, Super Mario RPG, the original DKC trilogy, Super Castlevania IV, the original Mega Man X trilogy, Cool Spot, and Clay Fighter 2: Judgment Clay.Last edited by Jaicee - on 10 September 2019