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Super Nintendo Game Nightmare Busters Sees Official Release

Posted on Wednesday, January 22 @ 05:08:14 PST by Alex_Osborn
It has taken a whopping 20 years, but the chronically-delayed Nightmare Busters is finally coming to Super Nintendo owners.

This 2D side-scrolling platformer was originally supposed to launch back in 1994, but sadly never made it to store shelves. In cooperation with the original copyright holders of the game, video game production company, Super Fighter Team, is bringing the game to the masses, complete with a classic SNES cartridge, manual, and box. Check it out below. (Image courtesy of Wired).



If you're interested in picking up this classic 16-bit title and have $78 to spare, head over here and purchase the game now. There's nothing quite like a healthy dose of retro goodness every now and again.

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