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[Review] Star Fox 2 (SNES Classic Edition)

Developer: Argonaut Games & Nintendo

Publisher: Nintendo

Platform: SNES Classic Edition

Category: Action & Shooter

Release Date: 29th of September, 2017 (EU & NA) & 5th of October, 2017 (JP)

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[Review] SNES Mini (It’s like holding your Childhood in a Single Hand!)

While the 90’s may have been the decade that saw the release of the Nintendo 64, it was also the decade where all three variations of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System step on to the scene and now they’re all back, but a whole lot smaller!

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[Press Release] Celebrations All Round! Nintendo will Produce SNES & NES Minis in 2018!

If you’re looking forwards to picking up a SNES Mini this month after having missed out on the NES Mini, than boy do we have some great news for you! After previously decided to end SNES Mini production nearer to the end of this year, not only will SNES Mini’s be available to purchase long into next year, but next Summer the NES Mini will also make a return and you can read all about the fantastic news, in the way in which it was sent to us by Nintendo:


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Starfox 2 Manual Has Been Published On Nintendo Japan Website

With only a few weeks to go before the launch of the SNES Classic Edition, Nintendo have uploaded the Instruction Manual to the never before released StarFox 2 on their Japanese website. The Manual is fortunately in english so there will be no need for translating. Along with the manual, some artwork for the game was also released including these two images here which includes some early concept art for Team StarWolf.

The manual comes with an opening story introduction like most Instruction Manuals from way back then. Here is how the story of StarFox 2 begins:

The battle for the galaxy is over. The evil emperor Andross’s plans to seize control of the once-great Lylat system have been thwarted by the army of Corneria – thanks in no small part to the brave deeds of elite fighter squadron Star Fox. Their mission accomplished, Fox McCloud and his team depart once more for the deep expanses of space, sent off by the cheers and adoration of Corneria’s grateful inhabitants.


Andross has survived. Consumed with desire for revenge, he plots an invasion even more terrible than the last. The people of Lylat cannot know it, but the peace they are enjoying is doomed to be short-lived. And sure enough, one fateful day, the forces of Andross attack once again.

Taken completely by surprise, the planets of the Lylat system fall one by one to Andross’s advancing army. Corneria, at the hub of the galaxy, now lies exposed and within the clutches of the maniacal emperor!

“We’ve lost every outpost. The way things are going, we may struggle to hold Corneria…”

Musing on the grave state of affairs, General Pepper of the Cornerian army knows there is one last resort.
“Get me Star Fox! The galaxy needs their help!”

Star Fox is back. With upgraded Arwing fighters and two new members drafted from the Cornerian army, they’re tougher and meaner than ever before. This time, they will put a stop to Andross…for good.

If you would like to check out the full manual, you can find it here. Design documents were also published on the website and can be downloaded in PDF form here, along with design documents for the Arwing as well.

[Video] A Little look at the SNES Classic Edition’s Menu

Just in case we haven’t shared enough videos relating to the SNES Mini/SNES Classic Edition, here’s a new GameXplain video that showcases the consoles menu:

Source: GameXplain (YouTube)

[Video] Come See the Never Released Star Fox 2 in Action

Recently various media outlets had the chance to go hands on with the SNES Mini and play a bit of Star Fox 2 and now videos of their experiences have emerged, and here’s a few we’ve rounded up for you: Continue reading [Video] Come See the Never Released Star Fox 2 in Action

Rewind Time and Gameplay with the SNES Mini (All New Details & an all-new Trailer)

In keeping with all the Nintendo reveals steaming from Gamescom, various new videos regarding the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System have been made public, and we’re sharing one right now:

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[Rumour] Various GameStop Managers “Confirm” the Existence of the SNES Mini

Here we go again!


According to a new article by one Jonathan Holmes, a writer for Destructoid, what started out as a hunt to purchase a Twilight Princess Link amiibo, soon turned out to be a roadtrip that saw three GameStop Managers “confirm” the existence of the SNES Mini. Continue reading [Rumour] Various GameStop Managers “Confirm” the Existence of the SNES Mini

Kimishima on SNES Mini & Unannounced Switch Games

After Nintendo revealed that Nintendo had sold 2.74 million units, it was revealed the Big N believes they will ship 10 million before the end of the next fiscal year and that may very well be the case! Continue reading Kimishima on SNES Mini & Unannounced Switch Games

SNES Classic Mini To Come This Christmas Says Eurogamer’s Sources

Eurogamer have stated that their sources close to Nintendo have confirmed that the Big N will follow up the NES Classic Mini with a micro version of the original NES’ successor, the Super Nintendo. The SNES Classic Mini is currently scheduled for release over the Holiday Season of this year and development is well underway according to sources.


After the news of the NES Classic Mini being discontinued last week, it would make sense that the real reason behind it was for Nintendo to put focus on the production of the SNES Classic even though the NES Classic Mini is still quite a popular and sought out item. The success of the NES Classic Mini last year sold millions of units and it likely that Nintendo hopes a repeat success this year by releasing the SNES Mini in time for Christmas.

There are a number of ways that Nintendo can secure success, providing a larger library of games on the Plug & Play system will definitely help sales along with the option to play SNES Carts or more via even via Virtual Console by transferring from the Wii, Wii U or 3DS. Also, if last year’s sales are anything to go by, having more units available will definitely increase the profit margin.

We really hope this turns out to be true. It will be a great novelty item to follow up the NES Classic Mini and build up a collection of Nintendo Micro Consoles. What games would you like to see come to the SNES Classic Mini? Obviously Super Mario World, The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past & Super Metroid are a given but what other titles do you think should come to it? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Eurogamer