Tag Archives: SNES
A little history lesson in Super Scope

The gamers who grew up with the NES remembers the good ol’ days of playing Duck Hunt just for the fun…

Last Token Gaming Hall of Fame Review – Mega Man X (1993)
Mega Man X

Developer: Capcom Publisher: Capcom, Nintendo, Majesco Entertainment Initial Release Date: January 1994 (U.S. release) Initial Platform: Super Nintendo Rated: E…

What We’re Playing This Week – End of January Edition

By the Last Token Gaming Staff Jake – Yoshi’s Island (SNES) – I’m going to play Yoshi’s Island for the sake…

Retro Review: “Batman Returns” (1993, Konami, Super Nintendo)

By Michael Mygind The 16-bit era of the early to mid-nineties was a hotbed for two things: side scrolling beat-em-ups…

This Day in Gaming History: June 10th, 1992 – Street Fighter II is Released for the Super Famicom in Japan

By Michael Mygind Heralded as the definitive fighting game, Street Fighter II: The World Warrior, not only set the standard…

Retro Review: “Marvel Super Heroes: War of the Gems” (1996, Capcom, Super Nintendo)

By Michael Mygind   When you hear the brands Marvel & Capcom used in the same sentence, you automatically insert…

Foreign Favorites: Volume 2

By Michael Mygind This is another look at some games that we never saw a release for on our side…

Retro Review: “Captain Novolin” (1992, Raya Systems, SNES)

By Michael Mygind Every now & then, there comes a game that causes you to question if it was actually…

“Growing Up an Unbiased Gamer”

By Michael Mygind On several occasions, I’ve had debates with one of my oldest friends about whether or not the…

“The Rise and Fall of the Super K”

By Michael Mygind Growing up in the small farming town of Sanger, CA, there wasn’t too much to do as…