1995 was a great time for the Super Nintendo, but it was also a strange time for the Super Nintendo. It was the year that the 16-bit juggernaut would see many of its most memorable releases: Chrono Trigger, Terranigma, Earthbound, Diddy’s Kong Quest, to name a few. But apart from the sequel to Donkey Kong Country, a lot of the excellent games that came out at this point in time were not worldwide releases. Some regions had to wait much much MUCH longer for 1995’s line-up to come out, while some regions never even saw these games officially. But there are two particular releases that stood out the most to me –Seiken Densetsu 3, and Secret of Evermore.