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Final Fight 3
United States
Published by: Capcom, 1996
Genre: Beat 'Em Up | Licensed
Final Fight 3 is almost identical to the previous two SNES installments. The Mad Gear gang was destroyed and with this, the Skull Cross gang has gone rampant in Metro City. Now, it is up to mayor Mike Haggar and Guy (along with the newcomers Dean and Luci (more...)
Frank Thomas' Big Hurt Baseball
Acclaim, 1995 - Baseball - Licensed
Baseball player Frank Thomas licensed one of the first baseball games to use motion-captured 3D graphics and multiple camera angles. 28 stadia have been rendered in 3D, and each has its own visible and significant differences. There are 6 distinct game mo (more...)
Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts
Capcom, 1991 - Action - Licensed
The game is set four years after Arthur rescued Princess Prin-Prin from the demon Loki. They are engaged, and are about to be married. While spending a quiet moment, Prin-Prin is suddenly kidnapped by a demon. Players once again control the Knight Arthur (more...)
Space Football: One on One
Triffix, 1992 - Sports, Other - Licensed
Space Football is a futuristic f-zero-esque game of football. Players control hovercars with short range gravity fields on the front that can be used to carry the ball for a short period of time. Points are earned by capturing the ball in the gravity fiel (more...)
The Jetsons: Invasion of the Planet Pirates
George Jetson was about to run out to work when his pal Captain Zoom appears out of thin air. Zoom tells him that an evil villian named Zora is planning on looting this solar system of all its resources! Unfortunately, in his last encounter with Zora, Zoo (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...)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time
Konami, 1992 - Beat 'Em Up - Licensed
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time is an arcade game produced by Konami in 1991. A sequel to the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) arcade game, it is a scrolling beat 'em up based on the 80s TMNT animated series. Up to four playe (more...)
Mega Man X2
Capcom, 1995 - Action - Licensed
Sigma, the leader of the Maverick army, was destroyed when he underestimated his opponent: a lone warrior, awakened into a time he never knew...X. 6 months had passed, and X rose to the rank of leader of the Maverick Hunters. His first task was to elimina (more...)
NFL MVP Football
Capcom, 1993 - Football - Licensed
Get out on the gridiron and bust some heads with CAPCOM'S MVP FOOTBALL. Thanks to a full license by the NFL, you'll find 28 real-life NFL teams at your disposal and three modes of play that will challenge your football knowledge and skills. In Tea (more...)
Maui Mallard in Cold Shadow
Nintendo, 1996 - Action - Licensed
Disney's Donald Duck takes the starring role in this sidescrolling platform game. As the detective Maui Mallard, he's on the trail of a long lost Idol, which has recently vanished. Early on, Maui can also switch between his normal self and Ninja M (more...)
Gradius III
Konami, 1991 - Shooter - Licensed
Gradius III is a scrolling shooter arcade game, developed and published by Konami in 1989 for video arcades. The player returns as the role of the pilot of the Vic Viper starfighter to battle the onslaughts of the Bacterion Empire. A port of Gradius III w (more...)
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