SNES/Super Famicom: a visual compendiumBUY NOW - TRACKED GLOBAL SHIPPING
I never had a SNES back then, played it at friends' place, so my nostalgic library is not huge. Because of that it was even more interesting to dive into the history, games and interviews with the people who created the SNES. Felt even more compelled to play some games I didn't start, although I have options to play them now! My only downside was, that in NES compendium almost all games remembered were nice, but in the SNES games list there were more games characterised as "sub par, but worth mentioning". I wonder why this games were chosen? It is interesting anyway, but reading about reviewer's good memories and impressions is usually more engaging
Another awesome book by Bitmap
This is the second book I’ve ordered from them (the first is A Guide to JRPGs. As with that one, this book is well made, shipped securely and timely. If they were to make a book like this for the PS1 I’d probably get that too.
My collection grows
Outstanding as usual, I probably won’t stop until I own every one of your books, thank you
A beautifully crafted walk down memory lane!
I’ve had my eye on Bitmap books for a while, but never took the plunge until now. The SNES was the console that instilled in me, a lifelong love of video games - and Bitmap Books have put together this incredible compendium of my favourite SNES games; games I’d completely forgotten about! (Earthworm Jim anyone? ) The product itself is made from thick paper, with a beautiful box cover featuring iconic pixel art and sprites. Every single page is vibrant and it’s perfect for collectors and general gaming enthusiasts alike. I’ll absolutely be buying many more for my collection - great work folks! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The Dopest Old School Vibes
This book is simply amazing! The sections about the developers are interesting and the best SNES games each get their chance to shine with overviews and commentary about them. I’ve been using this as my reference/encyclopedia for SNES games and going back through emulators to play those I never got to as a child. Thoroughly recommend this if you’re into retro games. I’ve bought the NES version already.Would love to see the Saturn/Dreamcast get this kind of love. Where you at, Sega?