Some of us here at Gamnesia have an intense love of classic Nintendo games, and our constant perusing of the Internet has led us to the motherload. Behold: an entire fridge full of Jurassic Park SNES games! For the measly price of $1500, someone scored over 300 classic Jurassic Park SNES carts, as well as a sprinkling of Game Boy, Genesis, and Saturn copies of Jurassic Park.

This refrigerator is already sold, but if you could fill a fridge with any game, what would it be? Let us know in the comments!

The Retro Video Games System is a planned new game console powered by nostalgia and cartridge technology. The Nintendo 64 was the last cartridge-based console, released in 1996, its blocky, plastic-housed games made obsolete by the advancement of disc-based storage. Cartridges had a few advantages in their heyday, including faster load times and greater durability, but games eventually became too large and complex for them to remain dominant. Mike Kennedy, publisher of Retro Magazine, wants to bring them back, and he has his Retro VGS console in the works to do just that.

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It's the nature of the video game industry that not every title announced will make it out of development. Cabbage, a project that was planned for the 64DD (a Nintendo 64 peripheral that added a disk drive to the console; it never had a release outside of Japan), is one such game of particular note due simply to the minds behind it. The title was being created by the dream team of Mother (EarthBound) creator Shigesato Itoi, Pokémon producer Tsunekazu Ishihara, and all-around video game legend Shigeru Miyamoto (creator of Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, and countless other beloved titles).

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Imagine yourself in your tweens again, waking up on a Saturday morning with eyes halfway shut and an empty stomach. Your mother is still asleep, and so you tumble to the living room and watch your favorite morning cartoons to fend the hunger away. Suddenly, a commercial pops onto the television screen as though it was destined to alarm you, a catchy tune immersing itself into your head. Reese's Puffs, Reese's Puffs, it chants. Your eyes dart to the cupboard, your stomach growls as if it's about to roar out of your chest. Then you realize that the desired box of cereal is too high up for you to reach.

Discouraged, you turn to channel three and turn on your Nintendo 64 to play Ocarina of Time. You traverse to the Gerudo Fortress. Suddenly, the incantations pop into your head again. "Reese's Puffs, Reese's Puffs." It plays to the Gerudo Valley theme song. You cannot escape. Reese's Puffs. You want the puffs.

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Metroid Prime on GameCube allowed players to connect with Metroid Fusion on Game Boy Advance via a link cable in order to unlock extra content, including the ability to play through the original Metroid. It's long been rumored that players were meant to be able to unlock Super Metroid as well, and we finally have the truth on the matter. Unseen64 has done some digging, and it turns out Super Metroid was included in its entirety at one point, but had to be removed. You can check out a video explaining the situation by clicking below!

The Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, New York is collaborating with Ritsumeikan University in Japan and former Nintendo hardware designer Masayuki Uemara to help preserve gaming history. The NES is reaching its 30th anniversary and the project is celebrating with a historical exhibit dedicated to the console. The exhibit will contain physical artifacts, playable games, and interviews with Uemara.

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Research firm Goo Ranking has polled Japanese gamers to create a list of the top 48 games released for the original PlayStation. The roleplaying classic Final Fantasy VII tops the rankings, followed by the Resident Evil series and the Japan-only adventure title Boku no Natsuyasumi. Goo Ranking unfortunately listed the games of some series collectively, but the rankings are interesting nonetheless.

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Perhaps one of gaming's most covered songs, Dr. Wily Stage from Mega Man 2 has gotten a fresh new take on it by being covered by a Mariachi band. YouTuber DaveYard Shift uploaded the video earlier, and the cover features all that you would expect in a Mariachi band, including a trumpet, guitar, and violin. His cover keeps the intensity of the original, while also bringing his own angle to the well known and loved song.

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Nintendo recently announced plans to revive the Nintendo World Championships, a major competitive event from 1990. Fans got very excited to imagine what Nintendo was planning to roll out, but as more information was revealed about the size, scope, and content of the tournament, hype came crashing down. This is one of the subjects we cover on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo podcast here at Gamnesia. If you'd like to learn more about it, you can watch the discussion video after the jump!

Every gamer has a few big-name games missing from their encyclopedia of video game experiences, and we at Gamnesia are no different. That's why we thought it'd be fun to go over some of our lists of must-play games that we haven't had the pleasure of experiencing, and then shaming the heck out of each other for it, on this week's episode of Nintendo Week. Alex, Ben, and I all made short lists of Nintendo games that we'd either never played or hadn't played more than an hour or two into—which isn't enough time to truly experience them. Keep reading to see our lists, and check out the discussion video above for some good discussion and even better laughs about the games themselves, why we haven't played them, and even what you might be missing out on.