Wasn't the SNES great?

Posted by vmehnert (227 posts) -

Remember the good ol' days of renting SNES cartridges from Blockbuster and not knowing anything at all about the game?  Blockbuster would provide a crap-tastic "user manual" which was made by some disgruntled Blockbuster employee who played the game for two seconds.  Man, those days were full of adventure and excitement.  Who knew if what you were renting was super awesome or just a piece of crap?  Oh, I miss those days of SNES rentals.  For your health!

#1 Posted by vmehnert (227 posts) -

Remember the good ol' days of renting SNES cartridges from Blockbuster and not knowing anything at all about the game?  Blockbuster would provide a crap-tastic "user manual" which was made by some disgruntled Blockbuster employee who played the game for two seconds.  Man, those days were full of adventure and excitement.  Who knew if what you were renting was super awesome or just a piece of crap?  Oh, I miss those days of SNES rentals.  For your health!

#2 Posted by oldschool (7264 posts) -

I don't miss them at all.  I still have a functioning SNES, which I played last weekend.  F-Zero, Mario Kart, Strettfighter.  Plus, with the GBA games on my Gamecube, through the Gameboy Player, it is just like a SNES anyway.

#3 Posted by SilverShadow (187 posts) -

I loved the SNES and will always love the SNES
#4 Posted by BawlZINmotion (714 posts) -

It's how I discovered Blackthorn. :)

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