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Brain Lord
United States
Published by: Enix, 1994
Genre: Role Playing | Licensed
Remeer's father, the last of the dragon warriors, was sent on a quest to find the last of the dragons terrorizing the village. His father never returned. Years later Remeer sets out on his own journey to find out what happened to his father. Remeer is (more...)
Demon's Crest
Capcom, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
The Red Arremer demon Firebrand is on a quest to collect all of the elemental Crests, magical stones which preside over their respective elements (Fire, Earth, Water, Air, Time, and Heaven). It is said that when all crests are combined, the Crest of Infin (more...)
Ghoul Patrol
JVC, 1994 - Adventure - Licensed
The story follows Zeke and Julie as they must save their town from a horror exhibit come to life. They travel through five worlds (Metropolis, Oriental, Caribbean, Medieval, and Hell) with four levels each, except hell and medieval era, medieval era has o (more...)
Final Fight
Capcom, 1991 - Beat 'Em Up - Licensed
Final Fight was originally released as an arcade game which featured very large and detailed sprites for its day. It features long levels populated by crowds of enemies using various fighting tactics. The story of Final Fight involves the abduction of May (more...)
Mohawk and Headphone Jack
Mohawk and Headphone Jack is a 2D rotational game released during the end of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System lifetime. The game spins around and around wildly in a circle, making players dizzy and making it challenging to defeat enemies. Rock and (more...)
Pocky and Rocky 2
Natsume, 1994 - Adventure - Licensed
The sequel to Pocky & Rocky brings back the cooperative shooter action to the SNES with enhanced gameplay mechanics. Princess Luna has been kidnapped by a gang of evil demons and its up to Shinto priestess Pocky and her raccoon buddy Rocky to rescue her. (more...)
StarFox
Nintendo, 1993 - Shooter - Licensed
StarFox is the first game in the StarFox series. It included the Super FX chip, a coprocessor used to accelerate graphics display. The display of three-dimensional models with polygons was still new and uncommon in console video games, and the game was mu (more...)
Dragon View
Kemco, 1994 - Role Playing - Licensed
Although it bears little resemblance to its predecessor, Drakkhen, Dragon View utilizes the same pseudo-3D overworld system that the series is most famous for. Other features of Dragon View are its side-view Action RPG hybrid gameplay (used when exploring (more...)
Axelay
Konami, 1992 - Shooter - Licensed
This planet was once a quiet, peaceful place to live, until...they came... An unknown alien race came to this planet and promptly laid waste to it. The remaining defense force has been sent out to try and defeat them. One lucky person gets to fly the late (more...)
Kid Klown in Crazy Chase
Kemco, 1994 - Action - Licensed
Kid Klown is the klutziest clown on Clown Planet. He is charged with the rescue the kidnapped Princess Honey from the evil pirate Blackjack. Kid Klown catches up to Blackjack in his spaceship, but instead of firing on his enemy, he accidentally hits the P (more...)
Madden NFL '96
EA Sports, 1995 - Football - Licensed
Madden NFL '96 is a football video game. It features John Madden on the cover. In this edition secret codes can unlock special teams. The AI has been boosted and can now hurry in two-minute drill situations, kill the clock when ahead late in the game, (more...)
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