Any SNES/GBA suggestions??
AdamBeGood last edited by
I concur with a lot of this: https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/26971/re-set-100-snes-games-for-your-retropie?_=1596111667312
For GBA, Aria of Sorrow or Zero Mission
simpleethat last edited by
The Fireman on SNES is a pretty neat game and rather different. It only saw release in Japan and Europe.
gorgar19 last edited by gorgar19
I'm always a fan of the Wizardry series and Wizardry I-II-III - Story of Llylgamyn (J) is a good time snes if you like that sort of game . after English patch if you don't speak Japanese it's definitely worth playing can follow it up with wisadry V also SNES with English patches available
WeirdH last edited by
- Aria of Sorrow
- Ninja Cop (aka Ninja Five-O, depending on region)
- Drill Dozer
- Gunstar Future Heroes (aka Gunstar Super Heroes, depending on region)
- Klonoa 1 & 2
- Kirby and the Amazing Mirror
- Golden Sun 1 & 2
- Rock n' Roll Racing (also available and awesome on SNES)
- Donkey Kong Country 1 & 2 (also available and awesome on SNES)
- Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga
IanDaemon last edited by IanDaemon
I really dug the GBA puzzle game Mario vs. Donkey Kong (2004).
blackshadow last edited by
for snes i reccomend the following games all ARPG's
Illusion of Gaia/Time
terranigma's one of those overlooked games for a majority of people as it only got a jap and pal release us folks missed out back in the day one of the few times us pal folks didnt miss out
thelostsoul last edited by thelostsoul
@AdamBeGood I couldn't agree more. :p
From this list, I'll recommend "something different to Mario and Zelda games" and some less known titles:
- Zombies Ate My Neighbors
- Demon's Crest
- Magical Pop'n (but you need an English patch)
- Super Turrican 2
- Sutte Hakkun (again, English patch)
If you are interested in Romhacks and Mods, there are ton of good stuff too.
windg last edited by
For GBA :
Kingdom Hearts - Chain of Memories
TedMaul last edited by
Another vote for Metroid - specifically Super Metroid for the SNES, which I finally tried recently after 25 years of it apparently having been missing from my life... one of the Warioland games for GBA is pretty good too (possibly 4?)
I did find Barbie Horse Adventures for the GBA quite frustrating though, probably best avoided. Damn horse wouldn't do anything it was told to.
thelostsoul last edited by
@TedMaul About Wario Land, I played 1 and 2 and the second game is brilliant and by far better. Its a really good top notch Nintendo quality game, which should say a lot (Quality of Seal 👌🏻). Can't say much about the other parts, as I didn't play them. From my brief experience the third one seems to be good too.