DIY Super NES Classic #17: Super Mario World / Shovel Knight
Only the very best games can stand alongside Super Mario World. Thankfully, Shovel Knight is one of them.
DIY Super NES Classic #16: Super Mario RPG / Child of Light
If Super Mario RPG freshened up the Japanese role-playing game by adding action to turn-based battles, Child of Light reinvents it entirely.
DIY Super NES Classic #15: Super Mario Kart / Super Indie Karts
Like Super Mario Kart, Super Indie Karts moves fast and refuses to hold your hand. Veteran karters only need apply.
DIY Super NES Classic #14: Super Ghouls n' Ghosts / Maldita Castilla
If Super Ghouls n’ Ghosts isn’t enough to make you break your controller in frustration, Maldita Castilla will finish the job.
DIY Super NES Classic #13: Super Castlevania IV / Rogue Legacy
If you’ve never played it before, Super Castlevania IV might surprise you. Rogue Legacy will, too, but probably for different reasons.
DIY Super NES Classic #12: Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting / Skullgirls
If you’re struggling with fighting games, Skullgirls might get you in shape for Street Fighter II. Just don’t forget to practice!
DIY Super NES Classic #11: Star Fox / Sky Rogue
If Star Fox were made today, it’d look a lot like Sky Rogue—except, y’know, it’d be in space.
DIY Super NES Classic #10: Secret of Mana / Secret of Grindea
Secrets of Grindea is a self-aware throwback to Secret of Mana, and captures all of that game’s charm and humor—and none of Mana’s weird glitches and bugs.
DIY Super NES Classic #09: Mega Man X / 20XX
20XX is more or less exactly like Mega Man X, right down to the character designs. The biggest difference? 20XX never, ever ends.