Even though we’re at the end of the Super Star Wars trilogy, we’re not at the end of Super Star Wars Month! But, it’s a little early to talk about that! Naturally, this week we’re looking at the Super Star Wars: Return of The Jedi ending…
Super Star Wars: Return of The Jedi might be a bit friendlier than the previous game in terms of difficulty, but if you are still having some problems it might make you feel better to know you have a heap of cheat codes to fall back on.
As part of May’s Star Wars Month, enjoy the full Super Empire Strikes Back SNES ending, as played on an original system. Honestly, this game is so rock-hard, no one will judge you for taking a sneak peek at the final sequence, without the struggle of dying over and over again.
If you’re finding things a little tough down in the tundras of Hoth, you could do a lot worse than join the Dark Side and cheat. These cheats for Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back will give you the firepower you need to get through this incredibly tricky game.
I presume you’ll be looking for Super Star Wars cheats. Don’t worry, I’ve got you sorted with every code in the game!
Super Star Wars Month begins at PugHoofGaming with a review of the original Super Nintendo game!
Enjoy the classic ending to Final Fantasy 6, captured on an original SNES system!
Find out how to pick the same character in the original Street Fighter II for Super Nintendo! Who needs the Championship Edition?
Time for one of my all time endings – Secret of Mana (AKA Seiken Densetsu 2) for the SNES. This Secret of Mana ending has some of the best music heard on the Super Nintendo – Just listen to that awesome slap bass solo!
I have extensively covered different ways to play Game Boy games on a proper television, from the Super Game Boy, it’s Japan-exclusive second version, and the Gamecube’s Game Boy Player. They’ve all got their pros and cons, but when it comes to playing original 8-bit handheld games on television, I gravitate towards using the Super