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United States
Published by: HAL America, 1991
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
HyperZone plays like a cross between an F-Zero racer and rail-shooter. The object of the game is to navigate each level while shooting enemies and earning points, until finally an encounter with a boss ends each level. After enough points are acquired, th (more...)
Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World
Nintendo, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
Bundled with the Super Nintendo in December 1994, Super Mario All-Stars + World contains 16-bit enhanced remakes of Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Bros: Lost Levels (Japan's Super Mario Bros. 2), Super Mario 2 USA and Super Mario 3 as well as a slightl (more...)
Lost Vikings 2
Interplay, 1997 - Puzzle - Licensed
The lost boys are back: Erik the Swift, Baleog the Fierce and Olaf the Stout. This action-strategy game is not for the lame of brain. In their last adventure, the trio escaped from their evil alien captor, Tomator. Now, armed with all new high-tech weapon (more...)
Mega Man 7
Capcom, 1995 - Action - Licensed
In the year 20XX, thanks to the efforts of Mega Man and his friends, Dr. Wily was finally brought to justice after several years of battles, much to the delight of the world. The people breathed a long sigh of relief as the jail cell door on Wily's ce (more...)
Super Tennis
Nintendo, 1991 - Tennis - Licensed
The world circuit of tennis awaits you. Select from 20 male and female players, each with their own style of game play (strengths and weaknesses) and play singles, doubles either against or with a human opponent or a CPU controlled player(s) on all the ma (more...)
Samurai Shodown
Takara, 1994 - Fighting - Licensed
"Plagues of unknown origin, strange phenomena, repeated outbreaks of war: these were enough to cause panic and plunge people into despair. But one smiled as he surveyed the unfolding chaos rending the world asunder. For this 'man,' once slain (more...)
Super E.D.F.: Earth Defense Force
Jaleco, 1992 - Shooter - Licensed
Super Earth Defense Force's distinguishing gameplay feature is its weapon system, of which there are 8 weapons to choose from, 5 levels of power for any one weapon, and 4 methods of implementation during gameplay. Each weapon is graded on the weapon s (more...)
Batman Forever
Acclaim, 1995 - Action - Licensed
The player plays as either Batman or Robin. There is also a fighting game mode called "training mode" where the player can play as Batman, Robin, or any of the enemies found throughout the game against either a computer-controlled opponent, agai (more...)
Battletoads and Double Dragon
Tradewest, 1993 - Beat 'Em Up - Licensed
The game presents the characters from the famous series Double Dragon, Billy and Jimmy-two young martial arts experts. Also included are three humanoid toads from the Battletoads game. The characters, including enemies, are mostly from the Battletoads gam (more...)
Super Street Fighter II
Capcom, 1994 - Fighting - Licensed
In late 1993, Capcom released another version of Street Fighter II, Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers. As the subtitle implies, four new characters were added: Cammy, Dee Jay, Fei Long and T. Hawk. Though the game looked superficially similar, (more...)
Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3-D
Electro Brain, 1993 - Action - Licensed
Designed by French developer Loriciel and published by Electro Brain for the Super NES in 1993, the game features several contrasting modes of gameplay, including side-view platforming, top-view, and horizontal shoot 'em up. Despite its name, it is an (more...)
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