• Lagoon (SNES)

    The atomic bomb. Man's greatest achievement. Like, ever, man. I mean, what else can blow up as much stuff as the atomic bomb? And, certainly, one can see that man's sole purpose in this universe is to

  • Soul Blazer (SNES)

    I am here to tell the story of a game that is often forgotten in the wake of the popularity of its successors, despite my personal preference for it. No, no, I'm not talking about Lufia. This isn't about Final Fantasy IV, either.

  • Lufia & The Fortress of Doom (SNES)

    Yes, that's right: the Lufia series didn't start at II. While the second game might have been substantially more original than its predecessor, Lufia The Fortress of Doom is a fun game in its own ri

  • Breath of Fire (SNES)

    I remember somehow enjoying Breath of Fire when I first played it. Having played it again recently, I can't imagine why. What changed my mind about this Final Fantasy ripoff? Let's review! Yes, yes—

  • Shadowrun (SNES)

    So, after last month's review, I started thinking about other games with Western influences. At the top of my list was Shadowrun—a game I particularly remember for being impossible to play. With te

  • The 7th Saga (SNES)

    For my first review here at GameCola, I decided to cover an old favorite of mine—The 7th Saga. This game has always held a certain place in my heart, and loading it up to help with the review brough

  • Street Fighter II (SNES)

    HADOKEN! That one word holds a special place in any fighting game fan's heart.

  • … of the Month: GBA Ports

    Instead of just making sub-par RPGs, why not just port everything from SNES?

  • Chuck Rock (SNES)

    A caveman game that isn't Caveman Games.

  • J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings: Volume 1 (SNES)

    The only reason to ever get this game is if you are a collector who must have all Lord of the Rings things, and even then it's a stupid idea.