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Secret of Evermore
United States
Published by: SquareSoft, 1995
Genre: Adventure | Licensed
The story follows a boy and his pet dog as they are inadvertently transported to a fantasy world created by an eccentric inventor. The gameplay shares many similarities with Secret of Mana, such as real-time battles, a ring-shaped menu system, and the abi (more...)
NBA Live '97
EA Sports, 1996 - Basketball - Licensed
You can choose from all of the NBA teams, create yourself a team with players you create yourself, or choose a team formed by the All-Star players of the east or West coasts. When you create a player yourself you can customize the player to a high degree. (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...)
Bubsy: Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind
Accolade, 1993 - Platform - Licensed
Though the games were platform games similar to Super Mario Bros. and Sonic the Hedgehog, the titular anthropomorphic bobcat never came close to the popularity level of the two bigger name mascots, despite early hype that made Bubsy out as "the next (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...)
Final Fight Guy
Capcom, 1994 - Beat 'Em Up - Licensed
Final Fight Guy is a side scrolling fighter game in the likes Double Dragon. You can choose between Guy and Haggar. Guy and Haggar are determined to rid Metro City of MAD GEAR, the local street gang. You can also pick up and use various melee weapons that (more...)
NBA Live '96
EA Sports, 1995 - Basketball - Licensed
As with all games in the NBA Live series you can draft, trade and edit players. Play a full season, exhibition or just the playoffs. 96 includes 29 teams including the expansion Toronto and Vancouver teams. (more...)
Irem, 1992 - Action - Licensed
A group of ruthless radicals are plotting to destroy the Earth and all its inhabitants. There's only one squad that has the ability to stop these terrorists--the GunForce, a highly trained, supremely disciplined corps of grizzled war veterans. With me (more...)
The Flintstones: The Treasure of Sierra Madrock
The most famous family in Bedrock (along with their almost-as-famous neighbors) returns to the Super Nintendo in The Flintstones: The Treasure of Sierra Madrock. This time, you'll be running, jumping, and clubbing your way to fun with hours of platfor (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...)
Captain Novolin
The superhero who has diabetes, Captain Novolin is the only one who can stop the alien Blubberman and rescue the mayor of Pineville. He rides a speedboat and needs to avoid the alien invaders who have turned themselves into junk food while eating healthy (more...)
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