GBA ROMs & Emulators

Looking for Playstation Portable ROM’s and best games on PC? Super Mario Kart. While everyone has their favourite Mario Kart – from the four-player-thrills of Mario Kart 64 to the weaponised mayhem of Double Dash!! – few would deny the SNES game’s claim to top spot. It’s aged beautifully – and, unlike many of its successors, every victory is hard-earned. Gaming’s finest spin-off. If Super Metroid taught us to fear the unknown, Link’s epic quest made it exciting again. A top-down Hyrule rammed with secrets and surprises, it’s a delight to explore. Not least when you figure out how the light and dark worlds slot together. Unlike these days where you’re given a nudge if you stray too far, here you’re encouraged to get gloriously, hopelessly lost – and you’ll have a whale of a time doing so.

Nintendo has released the iOS and Android version of it’s hit racing series “Mario Kart” on Wednesday, but for those of us waiting to download the game ran into a few issues. Nintendo sent an in-app notification to all users who downloaded the game and were not able to play right away: “The servers are experiencing heavy traffic. Your log-in request will be processed in the order it was received,” the notification said. For now, fans of the franchise can solely be ready to race against computer-controlled characters within the app; a multiplayer mode is anticipated within the future. A monthly subscription prices $4.99 to unlock rewards and different characters.

Analogue also have solutions available for the likes of the Genesis/Megadrive and the Super Nintendo, which shows that they’re working on accommodating different consoles. This is definitely a premium way of playing your old games that may be overkill for a lot of gamers needs. If the options of emulation and replicated hardware are still a bit niche for your liking, your childhood console manufacturer may have a solution available for you. Read more info on PS2 ROMs.

The defining game on the criminally underrated Sega CD. Sonic CD is quite unlike its Genesis counterparts. In addition to a funky CD soundtrack and some cool “Mode 7” style 3d graphics, Sonic CD features levels that actually encourage you to explore. While you still play as Sonic, and still run as fast as you can to the goalpost, the game no longer tries to force you along. There are three time zones that will have you going to the past, present, and future. In each of these time zones, the levels are different, and you’ll want to explore each era to see how the levels change. Sonic CD does lose a few points for introducing Sonic’s annoying love interest, Amy, to the series. Super Star Wars was the first Star Wars game to make the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs. While that may not be literally true, it was the first game based on Star Wars to really capture the excitement of the original trilogy. In Super Star Wars you fight a sarlacc pit monster, cause a brawl in Mos Eisley’s Cantina Bar, slice through stormtroopers with your lightsaber, and blow up the Imperial Death Star with your X-Wing. Super Star Wars also lets you beat up on Jawas which is cathartic… I never did trust those little guys.

The Neo-Geo Mini is an eye-catching piece of kit; it recreates the Neo-Geo arcade cabinets of yesteryear in cute micro form, complete with its own 3.5-inch LCD screen that’ll send you hurtling back to the 1990s faster than listening to Smells Like Teen Spirit. When combined with stereo speakers and arcade controls, it’s as authentic an experience as you could hope for. Happily, that LCD panel is crisp and bright – it’s the perfect companion for the console’s 40 classic games. Even though it can be used on a TV, the Neo-Geo Mini is definitely at its best as is. Alright, so it doesn’t look great blown up on the big screen and its joystick lacks that ever-important tactile feedback. However, it’s still a good Neo-Geo experience overall. Find more info on