I was late to the SNES fad when I was a kid. We typically got new technology after the novelty wore off and the prices came down. Coupled with the fact that I am mediocre, at best, playing video games, I didn’t experience more than a handful of the games released for the system. However, this book brought back memories of sitting in front of our TV trying to beat the games we had.
The SNES Encyclopedia is a thorough listing of the games that you could play, both the well known and the ones that never caught on. You’ll find descriptions, game play, and fun facts about the games. This is a great reminder of what was a staple console for many children. I enjoyed reading about the games I liked best, as well as ones that I missed out on playing.
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions are my own.