If you've never owned a console of that era I'd say get the SNES. The super Famicom comes up on the site so often most likely because all the staff had the SNES growing up and now have a chance to try the Japanese counterpart. If you're interested in it mainky because of how much the staff talk about it and not much else I bet the SNES would be a better fit. You'd be able to understand the games better, at least.
I hope that they show some sort of game to go along with their VR setup. I don't care if it's Portal/left 4 dead/half life or something brand new but if this thing is coming out by the end of the year I hope they'll have something besides tech demos to show off!
It's not exactly what it was before, but now it's $15 to ship to Canada (at least for a sweater) which is better than the roughly $30 it was a few days ago which is much more reasonable. Glad this got fixed.
Crazy, two years ago I ordered things on multiple occasions and shipping was less than $12 in both orders. Now, if I want to order a t-shirt again, the shipping is almost twice the price of the shirt! $29.25 to ship a $15 shirt into Ontario.
I just re-subscribed but I wish I had waited until I saw this because I wouldn't have bothered getting the store coupon..
Hmm, it looks like enemies take a lot of hits before they go down, I hope there's more to combat than just swinging your sword. Or if that's all the main character can do, it'd be nice if those mammoth things actually reacted more to your hits.
Still interested in the game, but I don't think this showed it off in a super interesting way.