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More Hidden Gems for Super Nintendo including uncommon 3rd Party Controllers!

 

Games Shown:
QBert 3
The Peace Keepers
Wolf Child
Kendo Rage
Captain Commando
Firepower 2000
Shadowrun
Biometal
Stealth Controller
Messiah Wireless
Capcom Arcade Stick

What are some of the more interesting controllers for the SNES?

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YAY, Shooters!

 

I'll have to add these to my shmup wednesdays my weekly Gaming World Wide stream :)

 

 

EDIT: I picked up this gem in Japan.

 

Its the Super Famicom Capcom Fighting Pad Soldier. The D pad is really tight, and I like to use it for my Gradius III runs.

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Wow, if the Capcom controller had the joystick on the right, and the buttons on the left side, it would've been perfect.

Q Bert 3, one of my favourite games on SNES

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For me, it would be:

 

Snoopy's Concert - puzzle adventure game - Go to Schroeder to play the game. A translation patch for the ROM is available - but this would be for the other game present in it, go to Charlie Brown for that one. The main game is more fun with it's puzzles to solve,

 

Tetris Battle Gaiden - for an original variation on the Tetris theme. Press up during the game to release what magic potion intensity you have for a particular type of spell or ability.

 

The SNES has some great shooters - Axelay, Super Aleste, Super R-Type and R-Type 3 comes to mind.

Super SWIV (Firepower 2000) ranks among them...

 

Harvey

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Q*Bert 3 is the secret best Q*Bert. It's so wonderfully psychedelic, and the graphics are gorgeous, with characters so lifelike you'd swear they could jump off the cubes and into your lap at any moment.

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Also worth mentioning about Q*Bert 3 is Joe McDermott's music. What that man did in the early '90s deserves respect and admiration. Wolf Child happens to be, in my opinion, Core Design's best game.

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Tetris Attack

Adventures of Hourai High-Transfer student. It's an offbeat rpg about a transfer student in Japan.

Live-a-live- A rpg where you play as different characters in various time periods

 

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Metal Jesus, I think that many of Enix' titles for the system that aren't Star Ocean, Dragon Quest, or Actraiser would qualify. Ditto for Dark Law and Solid Runner.

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