-by Dylan DiBona
Disclaimer:If you missed yesterdays SNES-Mini article you can find it here.
Nostalgia may very well be the most powerful emotion humans are capable of. We’re in a society in love with throwbacks and revivals. We have Fuller House, Powerpuff Girls and Samurai Jack all back on TV after at least a decade of being over.
It’s obviously not limited to gaming; we have plenty of HD remasters, long-awaited sequels and spiritual successors. The Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy drops this June and it’ll bring me back to a simpler time, before system updates and online multiplayer. It was a time when simply a character was enough to sell a game. We’d walk into a game store and pickup the newest Mario, Crash or Spyro– unaware that a new game in our beloved series had even been released.
Almost every company in…
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