Dust Off Your SNES Console, A New Game Is Coming In 2013

 

Super Fighter Team is a development, publishing, and production company that prides itself on releasing games for systems and consoles that have been otherwise abandoned by their original creators. In the past, the studio has released games for platforms such as Sega Genesis, Atari Lynx, and PC. For the first time, however, the company is now venturing into SNES publishing.

Nightmare Busters is an SNES game that was in development by Arcade Zone back in 1994. After the project was cancelled, the studio was forced to close its doors and the game never saw the light of day. Super Fighter Team later decided to pick the game back up and release it in 2013. According to the company, this will be the first new game to be released on the SNES since 1998.

The game itself will be manufactured from entirely new materials and is fully licensed from its original owners – meaning it’s a “100% genuine” Super Nintendo title.

In exchange for $68 (for customers in the United States), or $75 (for the rest of the world), you can own the following:

One (1) copy of Nightmare Busters for the Super Nintendo; a game cartridge with full color label, which supports both PAL and NTSC based systems.
One (1) full color instruction manual.
One (1) full color cardstock box to house the game cartridge and instruction manual.

More information about Nightmare Busters can be found on its official website.

Nightmare Busters [Super Fighter Team]

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  1. By M4TH3W on 02-28-2012 18:59

    Wait a second, what!? They must either have a lot of balls to do this, or really love retro video game consoles <_>

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  2. By MoeThirteen on 02-28-2012 19:08

    That's what I like to hear. Old systems are just sitting there so why not make games for them?

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  3. By Shifrit on 02-28-2012 19:18

    This is AMAZING! I wonder how well it will do.

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  4. By UFC345 on 02-28-2012 19:53

    Now if only they can finish Star Fox 2 for SNES :D

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  5. By JustAndrew on 02-28-2012 21:02

    Originally Posted by UFC345:
    Quote Now if only they can finish Star Fox 2 for SNES :D

    That'd be awesome. If only this would spark some more activity and some more games for SNES. I mean it's definitely easy for them to make these days.

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  6. By Sgt Tackleberry on 02-28-2012 21:25

    Inb4 people will complain about the graphics....

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  7. By Putrick on 02-29-2012 08:57

    Well I don't have to dust my SNES off it's always being used at some point but my question is, is the game good or even worth bringing back rather than star fox 2?

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  8. By JesusHMacy on 02-29-2012 12:31

    Huh, I wonder how much a cartridge is to produce.

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  9. By Soapy Meadows on 02-29-2012 13:35

    Hu that's interesting.. Knowing me I'll probably get it just to say I did but hopefully the game iteself is actually good too. Does anyone know what KIND of game this is? I mean, the game was cancelled and the company got shut down....

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  10. By jim94 on 03-05-2012 18:19

    Bringing the old school back, I like it!

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  11. By junxtown on 03-05-2012 18:56

    i wonder how much they going to sell it at? $10?

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