My new book, The SNES Omnibus: The Super Nintendo and Its Games, Vol. 1 (A-M), is NOW AVAILABLE. It features:
*Write-ups for 350+ games *2,000+ full-color photos *Nostalgic stories from famous gamers *History *Reviews *Memories *Fun Facts *Essays *Quotes from vintage magazines *And more!
416 pgs. - 230,000+ words - Large Format (9x12) - Deluxe hardcover coffee table book with dust jacket
You can order through Amazon HERE (without bonus items), or you can order direct from me with FREE SHIPPING (U.S. only) by sending $49.99 PayPal to email@example.com, or by clicking on Buy it Now below:
You will get this gorgeous and massive hardcover Super Nintendo book and the following FREE BONUS ITEMS:
- my autograph in the book (I can personalize it if you’d like)
- a set of “Classic Home Video Games” book marks
- one of my signed Twin Galaxies trading cards
- a Classic Game Fest sticker
Order your copy of The SNES Omnibus Vol. 1 today!
More info about The SNES Omnibus:
The SNES Omnibus: The Super Nintendo and Its Games, Vol. 1 (A-M) features more than 2,000 full-color images, including box art, cartridges, screenshots, and vintage gaming ads. This is a beautifully illustrated, massive (9x12), professionally published (by Schiffer Publishing), full color, hardcover book—416 pages of Super Nintendo goodness, including a super cool work of art centerfold by the amazingly talented Thor Thorvaldson.
The book is a fun, informative, and historically important look at ALL the original Super Nintendo games released in the U.S. beginning with the letters A-M. More than 350 games are featured, including such iconic titles as Chrono Trigger, Contra III: The Alien Wars, Donkey Kong Country, EarthBound, F-Zero, Final Fantasy II and III, Gradius III, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Each game, whether obscure or mainstream, is covered in exhaustive detail, with thoroughly vetted, accurate information. In addition to thorough, well-written gameplay descriptions, the book includes reviews, fun facts, historical and development info, quotes from vintage magazines, and, best of all, nostalgic stories about many of the games from programmers, authors, convention exhibitors, video game store owners, YouTube celebs, and other industry insiders. Every game gets at least one page! There are also supplemental essays on the Console Wars and Emulation for the Super Nintendo.
You can click on this image for a closer look at the page, but the book itself will appear larger and have much clearer text and art.
These stories will take you back to the 1990s, when people read Nintendo Power, GamePro and Electronic Gaming Monthly to get their fill of info on new games, when renting a fistful of cartridges at Blockbuster to play with friends all weekend was a rite of passage, and when grabbing those little tickets in the aisles of Toys “R” Us and taking them to that magical, game-filled room at the front of the store was about as thrilling as going to Disneyland.