Tag Archives: Yasunari Nishida

Super Mario 64, Nintendo 64

Released in 1996, Super Mario 64 was one of the first fully-3D platform games to actually work, rather than be a struggle to play.

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F-Zero, Super Nintendo

F-Zero is an extremely fast and memorable futuristic racing game from the early days of the Super Nintendo. 1990 to be precise.

F-Zero – and Super Mario World – were the only two games available for the SNES on the day of its launch in Japan.

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Star Fox, Super Nintendo

I’m going to use the Japanese and North American name for this game – Star Fox – rather than the European name (Star Wing, which was chosen because the name “Star Fox” was apparently too similar to a German company called “StarVox”!).

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