Is Stargate [SNES] Worth Playing Today? – SNESdrunk

Action platformer with a lot of exploration…

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24 Replies to “Is Stargate [SNES] Worth Playing Today? – SNESdrunk”

  1. Mike Rose

    I feel so nostalgic playing this in my Raspberry pi. Every time you play a game that you actually owned as a kid is awesome. The ones you never played are cool too because you’re just experiencing them for the first time. It’s like you’re back in the 90s

  2. TommyDaGreatest

    My cousin bought this game and I borrowed it. Played through it which felt like forever only to find out it was the fake ending. And I was bored the entire time. Phantom 2040 is a better way in every way. I tried completing Stargate with all collectibles, but I either missed one or died or something because I remember never seeing the true ending. And that is where my journey ended and I returned it to him. I'd rather do Super Probotector (Contra 3) any day.

  3. VisInvis

    I really only play oldschool games because they're easy to pick up/put down, mostly PC but I love SNES, AMIGA and PS 1/2. Might have to check this game out, the original movie was average from memory. Thanks for making these videos, we all enjoy watching them.

    Also really looking forward to C&C remastered coming out soon.

  4. Benji Roberts

    Snesdrunk u my man but IMO tap crouch to shoot low is a nice touch. This was a good one to rent every blue moon since the length was nice. In retrospect it looks like they plastered a licensed IP on a blackthorne clone with super star wars control/feel.

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