Development on SNESguide has been discontinued as of 2017 in order to focus completely on NESguide; the original project and our true passion. Thanks for your support!
NESguide.com
Random
#ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Paperboy 2
United States
Published by: Mindscape, 1991
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
The Paperboy is back, and he's not going to let anything keep him from delivering the paper. Make sure the paper gets to the subscribers, and try to cause damage to those who don't want the papers. Now, the Paperboy can ride in three directions, f (more...)
$gamename - Screenshot #1
$gamename - Screenshot #2
$gamename - Screenshot #3
Peace Keepers, The
United States
Published by: Jaleco, 1994
Genre: Beat 'Em Up | Licensed
The Peace Keepers is a three-quarter perspective beat 'em up. It is the third game in the Rushing Beat series from Japan, following Rival Turf! and Brawl Brothers, although the three games were localized as unrelated titles in North America. A one to (more...)
$gamename - Screenshot #1
$gamename - Screenshot #2
$gamename - Screenshot #3
PGA European Tour
United States
Published by: Black Pearl Software, 1996
Genre: Golf | Licensed
The control system is the standard three-click method used in most golf games, but you can now define intended draw/fade levels in advance of playing the shot, so that a perfect aim leads to a measured effect, and an imperfect one exaggerating the effect. (more...)
PGA Tour '96
United States
Published by: Black Pearl Software, 1996
Genre: Golf | Licensed
PGA Tour 96 was the last of the series released for Sega's 16-bit console, and technologically the most advanced one. Instead of offering several generic courses, the three available (Spyglass Hill, Sawgrass and River Highlands) are in 3D, with height (more...)
$gamename - Screenshot #1
$gamename - Screenshot #2
$gamename - Screenshot #3
PGA Tour Golf
United States
Published by: EA Sports, 1992
Genre: Golf | Licensed
PGA Tour Golf introduced many of the conventions commonly seen in the genre since. The three-click control method (the first to start the swing, the second setting power and over-swing, the third setting draw or fade) allowed for a multitude of different (more...)
$gamename - Screenshot #1
$gamename - Screenshot #2
$gamename - Screenshot #3
Phalanx
United States
Published by: Kemco, 1992
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
The player's ship can switch to different speeds at any time, allowing the player to move fast to avoid enemies and obstacles entirely, or slow down to weave between enemy bullets. An unusual addition for a shooter is the ability for the player's (more...)
$gamename - Screenshot #1
$gamename - Screenshot #2
$gamename - Screenshot #3
Phantom 2040
United States
Published by: Viacom New Media, 1995
Genre: Action | Licensed
While the back story Phantom 2040 is the exact same as the back story of the television series, the video game doesn't specifically enact any of the series' episodes but instead borrows elements from various episodes and sets out a start-to-finish (more...)
$gamename - Screenshot #1
$gamename - Screenshot #2
$gamename - Screenshot #3
Pieces
United States
Published by: Atlus Software, 1994
Genre: Puzzle | Licensed
See how many puzzles you can solve in PIECES. Play with up to five competitors or go it alone. There are plenty of helpful tricks and items to assist you if you have any trouble solving a puzzle immediately. To get the most precise control, use the Super (more...)
SNESguide.com
NESguide on Facebook
NESguide on Twitter
#ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZAll
All video game characters, titles, artwork, music, and other creative elements of these games belong solely to their original creators.
NESguide is not affiliated with Nintendo of America, Nintendo Co Ltd, or any other video game publisher or development company.
General identity, web design and some content is © 2006-2017 SNESguide.com | NESguide Terms of Use - Privacy Policy