Mejores juegos de Super Nintendo: La lista definitiva de juego impresicindibles

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La consola de 16 bits de Nintendo se hizo esperar. El salto generacional no estuvo entre los planes de la compañía del fontanero sin antes haber exprimido al máximo una consola tan asentada y exitosa con lo fue la NES. Eso tuvo que cambiar con la llegada de la PC-Engine de NEC, sobre todo, la Mega Drive de Sega. Todos los focos estaban sobre Nintendo y, finalmente, aunque 2 años más tarde que su gran rival, acabamos pudiendo disfrutar de una de las consolas con mejor y más variado catálogo de la historia. Os dejo un repaso por los que considero parada obligatoria para cualquier aficionado.

Super Metroid

Super Mario World

Contra 3 The Alien Wars

Zelda A Link to the Past

Final Fantasy VI

Lufia 2


Mario Kart

Yoshi’s Island


Super Castlevania IV

Super Aleste


Act Raiser

Donkey Kong Country

Demon’s Crest

Super Punch Out

Panel de Pon


Secret of Evermore

Uni Racers

Umihara Kawase

Rendering Ranger

Demon’s Crest

Zombies Ate My Neighbours

Castlevania: Dracula X

Chrono Trigger

Secret of Mana

Super Bomberman

Secret of Evermore

Super Dodgeball


Star Ocean

Astro Go! Go!

Gradius III

Super Earth Defense Force

U.N. Squadron

Pop ‘n’ Twinbee

Aero Fighters

Killer Instinct

Primal Rage

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time


Tales of Phantasia

Super Star Wars Series

Dragon Warrior Series

Legend of the Mystical Ninja

Knights of the Round

Battletoads & Double Dragon

Final Fight

Pocky and Rocky

The Adventures of Batman & Robin

Star Fox

Megaman X

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