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Tie between Madden '95 and NHL '94. Easily the best two SNES games I've ever played. Period.

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Yes. The one that has Super Mario World plus Super Mario All-Stars is the single greatest game ever. It's five games in one, you can pick which level you start at, the graphics are beautifully enhanced, I could go on forever.

The Lost Levels (Japanese version of Super Mario Bros. 2, included in All-Stars) is by far the hardest Mario game in existence.

Biff's secret favorite SNES game ever:
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Awesome.

Speaking of awesome, wouldn't this look sweet in my media room?

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I really do think that Super Mario World may be the greatest game ever. It is huge, not impossibly hard but just hard enough, has so many hidden levels and you don't have to be a genius to pick it up and play it. Maybe its a sign of my age or not being half the gamer I used to be, but some of these games today I put in and legitimately have no idea what to do. There are like 85 button combos. Angie and I rented a game and we couldn't even figure out how to get out of the intro stage. That Mario combo game really is like the holy grail of gaming. If only Baseball Stars was hidden on there or something...


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Is the Cheese Bridge made of Fromunda?

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If I had to pick one to be stranded on an island with, it's Mario hands down (especially if it's the Super Mario All-Stars/Super Mario World cartridge) . That game is deep. Donkey Kong Country is too, but I don't find myself replaying that one as much.

I mean, if you want to know where the Cheese Bridge is, I can show you.

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Oh man, NBA Jam is sweet. But better than Madden 94? I don't think so. And really, that whole Star Wars trilogy is really tough to beat, especially Empire and Jedi since you can save the game. Why Super Star Wars has no password or save game is beyond me. That game is mad long. I also used to play Riddick Bowe Boxing til my thumbs would bleed. Its really not that great, though.

Donkey Kong or Mario World, Mr. Wock? I think I know the answer but...

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Definitely Madden. His football games have always been near, if not, top of their class. As it's been ages since I owned one, I've forgotten which games I had. I really liked some Lemmings-style game. And I've said it elsewhere but it deserves repeating, SimCity was, and continues to be, awesome.

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The entire Donkey Kong Country series. Even the sequels to the original are just as good as the first one.

And please don't forget NBA Jam. Please?

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I was daydreaming the other day about how much I loved Super Nintendo. I mean loved it. And I was thinking of what my favorite game for this glorious console was. I think anyone can agree that Super Mario World is all but unbeatable. This may really be the greatest video game of all time. So what are everyone's favorite non-Mario games?

I think I've limited it down to Super Empire Strikes Back, Madden '94 or maybe WWF's Royal Rumble. I know I am forgetting many games here. Mine are in storage...

Give it up for the SNES.

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