The title screen for Final Fantasy VI for the Super Famicom, a.k.a. Final Fantasy III for the Super NES.

Carmen San Diego - Day 26 of 100 days of pop culture portraits by Alan D. 

Super Castlevania IV, Super Famicom.
The Japanese box art for the Super Famicom version of Super Metroid.

Sailor Moon S: Fuwa Fuwa Panic — Super Famicom — Banpretso (1995)

Yu Yu Hakusho 2 - Kakutou no Shou
Platform: Super Famicom
Release date: 1994
Developer/publisher: Namco

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS — Super Famicom — Bandai (1994)

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R, Super Famicom.

Snake Eater by PatrickBrown

The taint of disgrace will follow her to her grave. Future generations will revile her. In America, as a despicable traitor with no sense of honor. And in Russia, as a monster who unleashed a nuclear catastrophe. She will go down in official history as a war criminal. And no one will ever understand her. That… was her final mission. And like a true soldier, she saw it through the end. But I think she wanted you of all people to know the truth. She wanted to live on in your memory. Not as a soldier, but as a woman. But she was forbidden to tell you herself. And that’s why she told me. Snake, history will never know what she did. No one will ever learn the truth. Her story… her debriefing… will endure only in your heart. Everything she did, she did for her country. She sacrificed her life and her honor for her native land. She was a real hero.
She was a true patriot.

 10 years later and this ending still chokes me up without fail.
We will make diamonds from their ashes, take them in to battle with us. A shining light to our brothers in arms, even in death. We are Diamond Dogs Big Boss (via ciphers-legacy)
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