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Donkey Kong Country
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1994
Genre: Platform | Licensed
This was the first Donkey Kong game that was not produced or directed by Shigeru Miyamoto. Following an intense marketing campaign, the original SNES version eventually sold over 8 million copies, making it the second best-selling game on the system (trai (more...)
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Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls
United States
Published by: Tradewest, 1994
Genre: Fighting | Licensed
The game follows the typical 8-way directional pad/stick with 6-button layout common to most fighting games (including Street Fighter II) at the time comprising of weak, medium and strong punches and kicks. The Genesis version supports the standard 3-butt (more...)
Dragon View
United States
Published by: Kemco, 1994
Genre: 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...)
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Dream TV
United States
Published by: Triffix, 1994
Genre: Action | Licensed
A mystical television has challenged 2 kids to complete quests on various worlds. The first world is the Medieval World, land of castles, dungeons, undead skeleton warriors, malicious knights, and lots of keys and doors. The goal is to collect a number of (more...)
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Earthworm Jim
United States
Published by: Playmates, 1994
Genre: Platform | Licensed
Jim was at first an ordinary Earth earthworm who did very earthworm-like things such as flee from crows and eat dirt. One day, in the space above Earth, the evil Psy-Crow had cornered a rebel spaceship pilot who had stolen an "Ultra-high-tech-indestr (more...)
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Eek! The Cat
United States
Published by: Ocean, 1994
Genre: Platform | Licensed
Platform game based on the cartoon series Eek the Cat. Eek must help his friends through 6 huge levels of hazards. This platformer has a novel approach that the player (Eek) can take as much damage as possible, but must keep his protectee safe from harm u (more...)
Elite Soccer
United States
Published by: Gametek, 1994
Genre: Soccer | Licensed
Strap on your shinguards and slip on your cleats, because ELITE SOCCER is going to put you right in the middle of all the soccer action. Choose your favorite national team and see if you can lead them to the Promised Land of soccer the World Cup Champions (more...)
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Equinox
United States
Published by: Sony Imagesoft, 1994
Genre: Adventure | Licensed
You're Glendaal, and you've got a serious problem on your hands. Your hometown, Galedonia, has been pillaged and plundered by a horde of evil forces; and the citizens have been turned into deadly zombies and demons. The only way to save the town i (more...)
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