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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...)
NCAA Football
Mindscape, 1994 - Football - Licensed
NCAA Football lets you play as one of sixteen college football teams in either an exhibition game or in tournament play. The tournament pits you against all the other teams which you must win in order to proceed; the game will automatically save after eac (more...)
Tecmo Super NBA Basketball
Tecmo, 1993 - Basketball - Licensed
Tecmo Super NBA features real teams (all 27 contemporary teams) and a roster of real players (over 320). One or two players can compete in regular, reduced, or short seasons, or play an exhibition game. Though primarily horizontal scrolling, digitized spe (more...)
Hole in One Golf
HAL America, 1991 - Golf - Licensed
The glorious game of golf finally makes its way to the Super Nintendo with "Hal's Hole in One Golf". You can hit the links in any of the gameplay modes: Practice, Stroke Play, Match Play, Tournament Play, or one-on-one against the HAL Pro. Y (more...)
Madden NFL '98
T*HQ, 1997 - Football - Licensed
New features for 1998 include more advanced Quarterback functions such as the ability to play lob passes and adjust timing patterns. More instinctive AI features to adjust as the match goes on. Squad features now offer the opportunity to create plays and (more...)
Super R-Type
Irem, 1991 - Shooter - Licensed
Super R-Type is a side-scrolling shooter well-known for its high difficulty (even compared to other games in the R-Type series). This is primarily due to the lack of checkpoints. Dying means restarting the level from scratch, and this can be very unforgiv (more...)
EarthBound
Nintendo, 1995 - Role Playing - Licensed
Taking place in a modern day world, players assume the role of a young boy named Ness who awakens to discover a meteor has plummeted to the earth near his home. Upon investigating the meteor, Ness encounters an insect named Buzz Buzz who cla (more...)
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
Nintendo, 1996 - Role Playing - Licensed
Super Mario RPG is a console RPG starring none other than Nintendo's popular character Mario. This game starts off like almost every other Mario game, with Bowser kidnapping Princess Toadstool. However, when Mario goes to Bowser's Keep to save her (more...)
Zool: Ninja of the Nth Dimension
Gametek, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
Zool is a British computer game originally produced for the Amiga by Gremlin Graphics as a rival to Sega's Sonic the Hedgehog. Zool is "a ninja from the nth dimension" who is forced to land on Earth. In order to gain ninja ranking he has to (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...)
Illusion of Gaia
Nintendo, 1994 - Adventure - Licensed
Illusion of Gaia features only one playable character at any time - either Will, a boy who develops psychic powers after surviving a shipwreck during an exploratory expedition with his father, or his alter egos Freedan and Shadow. However, a large group o (more...)
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