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Super James Pond
United States
Published by: American Softworks, 1993
Genre: Platform | Licensed| AKA: Super James Pond II
His name is Pond, James Pond and he's just as suave and debonair as another super spy that goes by a similar name. Well, maybe not quite as suave and debonair, but pretty darn close considering he's a...well, whatever he is! In SUPER JAMES POND, D (more...)
Final Fight 2
Capcom, 1993 - Beat 'Em Up - Licensed
Time has passed since Mike Haggar, along with his friends Cody and Guy, defeated the Mad Gear Gang and restored peace to Metro City. While the trio has continued living their normal lives, with Cody taking a vacation with his girlfriend Jessica, Guy going (more...)
John Madden Football
EA Sports, 1991 - Football - Licensed
Unlike the first computer versions, this game originated on consoles and focuses on the action on the field instead of detailed strategy. There is still a detailed range of moves available, all grouped for quick selection. Game play modes include regular (more...)
Super Pinball: Behind the Mask
Nintendo, 1994 - Pinball - Licensed
Pinball featuring three unique tables: the "Jolly Joker", "Blackbeard and Ironmen", and "Wizard". All tables are shown in a tilted 3D view, which fits the entire table on the screen, with marquee messages and bonuses display (more...)
Cacoma Knight in Bizyland
SETA, 1993 - Puzzle - Licensed
Cacoma Knight is a hybrid of action and puzzle elements. Each level is a single screen. Each screen has a "Qualify" target that shows how much of the screen must be cleared before the game continues to the next level. The player can then use the (more...)
Super Star Wars
JVC, 1992 - Action - Licensed
Super Star Wars is the first of a series of three Super Nintendo games based on the original three films of the Star Wars series. Super Star Wars generally follows the plot of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, although some allowances must be made to adap (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...)
Thunder Spirits
Seika, 1992 - Shooter - Licensed
There are 8 levels in Thunder Spirits, each consisting of the ship battling numerous enemies while side-scrolling, usually with a "mini-boss" about halfway through the level. Then, at the end of each level, a boss (consisting of one or two enemi (more...)
Secret of Evermore
SquareSoft, 1995 - 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...)
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...)
U.N. Squadron
Capcom, 1991 - Shooter - Licensed
The game is a typical side scrolling shooter, going against the trend of other Capcom shooters, such as 1942, and 1943: The Battle of Midway, which are vertically scrolling shooters. The player can choose between three mercenary pilots: Shin Kazama, Micke (more...)
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