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What's your favourite SNES game?
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Plok was the only platformer on any console I was jealous of as a Mega Drive owner in the mid 90s. DKC, Super Mario World and Disney's Magical Quest were all good and well, but Plok really stood out; it was such a vibrant, well-rounded game with an absolutely brilliant soundtrack.
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Hardest question in gaming for me to answer as in all honesty I really could not pick a favourite game for the SNES as there are just too many great games.
I doubt I could even pick a top 50 there is that many.
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Easy. Unirally. Best multiplayer of all time, in my opinion - with two players of equal skill it's so tense, and the amount of swearing it causes is hilarious. Great music too. Have to mention A Link to the Past as well though, a close second. By far the best Zelda game.
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Alien 3-Different kettle of Xenomorph to the MD version, fantastic atmosphere, fantastic use of the film material.Mr Do! not far behind, with Plok! for the audio vote.
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Easiest question ever...
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Kind of like asking who is your favourite child, but I wouldn't have a problem with that - the one that works the hardest. That said, I simply would not be able to go past Super Mario World.
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Super Probotector, now that was a game and half, stunning graphics and great use of The Snes Mode 7 graphics abilities.
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Let me have a top20 and then we'll talk.
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Super Mario RPG. It was a fantastic pairing of Nintendo and Square that gave us the spiritual predecessor to both the Paper Mario and Mario & Luigi games.
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Although I've never actually played it on the SNES, it would still have to be Final Fantasy VI.
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Pilot Wings. Breathtaking gameplay,beautiful graphics and a dificulty curve that is nigh-on perfect. The first non-platform game that showed us Amiga owners what we were missing out on.
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