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Killer Cuts Was ’90s Nintendo Failing To Be Cool

Killer Cuts Was ’90s Nintendo Failing To Be Cool

Welcome to Morning Music, Kotaku’s new, daily hangout for folks who love video games and the cool-arse sounds they make. Today’s aural treat (of sorts) is Nintendo’s 1995 freebie album Killer Cuts, which was the soundtrack to Minoru Arakawa’s illegal, underground raves.

The SNES Pixel Book Captures The Magic Of Super Nintendo Graphics

The SNES Pixel Book Captures The Magic Of Super Nintendo Graphics

There’s something soothing about printed 16-bit art. The way the page captures the colour and composition of pixels, capturing a moment of gaming in time. Flipping through UK-based Bitmap Books’ SNES Pixel Book provides that good feeling in page after page of Super Nintendo history.