Rare SNES Miracle Piano-Review



I review the rare Miracle Piano Teaching System for the SNES.

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John “Gamester81” Lester started playing video games at a very young age. His first ever console that he played was a Colecovision, quickly followed by an Atari 2600, and his passion for video games hasn’t stopped. In 2008 John decided to start a video game review show on YouTube called Gamester81 by reviewing rare and retro video game systems and games. His show quickly grew in popularity, and he became friends with many other gamers in the YouTube community.

He is also one of the hosts of the All Gen Gamers Podcast which is a bimonthly podcast for people and video games of all generations.

Some of John’s other hobbies includes collecting Star Wars memorabilia (YouTube channel Starwarsnut77), playing classic arcade games (YouTube channel Gamester81Arcade), watching sports, and listening to music. John is a big fan of the 80’s and 90’s and in 2009 started a YouTube channel called NEStalgiaholic where he talks about nostalgic items and memories from his childhood.

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Favorite Systems: Colecovision, Commodore 64, NES, & SNES.

Favorite Games: Donkey Kong Arcade, Atari Star Wars Arcade, Super Mario 3, Final Fantasy II, & Goldeneye 007

  • I always see the NES one but never the SNES. Nice video John 🙂

    • lancep2014

      I too never saw or knew about the SNES version. The NES and MS-DOS versions are the only ones I remember. In fact I still own the MS-DOS version looked in a self place even though it doesn’t.work with Windows 7.

      • GaminTank

        Would it work in DOS Box?

        • lancep2014

          Never tried it on DOS Box see it’s an app I don’t use anymore.

  • GaminTank

    This peripheral is much better than I thought. Great review John.

  • TheSaintOfPain

    I found the Mac version on eBay for just over $50 after shipping, missing only the headphones. The box is a bit rough, but the insides are absolutely immaculate, as if it had only been opened one time to remove the headphones. I have collected the carts for the NES, SNES, and Sega Genesis versions as well.