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Posted on Tuesday, January 29 @ 19:09:40 PST by

It's been a pretty slow week and while that's meant a lot of time for upcoming reviews and preview events, there's not much else going on. The news is slow, prepared, and DIRECT, but I miss new magazine-level excitement. Nothing else in the world spoke to my inner consumer than a book full of brand new gaming information and screaming advertisements.

I loved reading Nintendo Power cover to cover, soaking in as much of the sidescroller maps before my next jaunt in Mega Man X. I remember throwing my controller over Sunset Riders. Turtles In Time was never far away. But that's just one man's experience. I unfortunately didn't have much time with the Genesis while I was growing up.

Thankfully, we have Tell GR for all that. Tell us your favorite SNES/Genesis era games. What memories do you have of those games? My friend and I used to play Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety and he never let me sit on the top bunk while we played.

Great SNES Era Games, Go!

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