It has been over a decade since there was an official game release for the Super Nintendo in the US, in fact, the last time we saw a new title for this out of production console was 1998. Now, in 2013 we will be seeing the release of a brand new game, Nightmare Busters for SNES /Super Famicom. The game will come complete with an SNES cartridge, full color box and manual.
This game was supposed to have been released years ago during the days when the SNES was still for sale but it never made it’s way onto the store shelves. The Super Fighter Team, the folks behind the publishing and production of this game headed by president Brandon Cobb, has decided to pick up this cancelled title and bring it to life.
The game is a side scroller based on the story of two leprechaun brothers, Flynn and Floyd, who must fight off creatures from their nightmares in order to return to more pleasant dreams which will finally allow them to have a peaceful sleep.
A CARNIVAL OF DARKNESS HAS SPRUNG TO LIFE…
Synchronized with the wavelengh of dreams, the miserable Tyrant has discovered a way to enter them and convolute what children see, hear and feel while they sleep — all for the benefit of his twisted amusement. Enter Flynn and his twin brother Floyd, two virtuous leprechauns who refuse to sit idly by while the Tyrant weaves his dreadful delusions. Get going, gents! There’s no time to lose!”
If you’re interested in getting your hands on this game you will have to wait as they are currently sold out. The game is retailing for $60 and has sold 600 copies. The higher cost of the game is due to manufacturing costs, the cartridges are notoriously expensive to produce.