Throughout the month of June, Blastr will be celebrating our favorite digital diversions with Video Game Month: a look at some best, worst and wackiest from the world of shooters, space sims, strategy games and more.
The Super Nintendo spawned many super franchises with Super in the title, because this is the Super Nintendo and all the games are super, and how about that Super Scope Six, and we get it, Nintendo -- you're super. Thanks for asking.
But despite how super Nintendo insisted everything was, there are plenty of games and game franchises that died an ignoble death on Nintendo's sophomore system. And there are even more still whose sequels never quite matched the quality of what was originally achieved at the time.
So, hey, let's talk about some games that deserve a followup, a relaunch, a continuation, a followlaunchuation, if you're looking for a name that just slips right off the tongue. These are the 10 Super NES games that deserve a comeback.
I could've named many more, but that, fellow kids, is where you come in. Did I skip Zombies Ate My Neighbors? Spoiler alert -- I did. Do you think Phalanx deserves a sequel? Not I. And, if that's not bad enough, Aero the Acro-Bat is standing outside my apartment RIGHT NOW, staring up at my window and shedding a single tear, but I'm totally ignoring him! I acted like I was gonna wave him in, but then I just closed the curtain instead! I'm a monster!
Which is all to say that, after you read my list, make one of your own. Because there are a a lot of super games on the Super Nintendo to make many a super collection of super ALL RIGHT, ALL RIGHT, HERE'S THE LIST.