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Stunt Race FX
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1994
Genre: Racing | Licensed
Stunt Race FX (known as Wild Trax in Japan) is a cartoon-style, 3D-racing video game developed by Nintendo EAD assisted by Argonaut Software and published by Nintendo for the Super NES. It was the second game to use the 3D-centric Super FX chip. At first (more...)
Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen
Enix, 1995 - Strategy - Licensed
The Zetegenian Empire used fear and bloodshed to conquer the Kingdoms of Zenobia. You must lead a band of rebels fighting to preserve honor. In order to succeed, you will have to manage the ranks of the rebel army complete with hundreds of soldiers, magic (more...)
Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse, The
Capcom, 1992 - Platform - Licensed
This was the first Mickey Mouse game for Super NES, featuring a traditional platform gameplay and colorful Disney-like graphics. Mickey's mission is to save his dog Pluto, who's been kidnapped and kept inside emperor Pete's castle, in a magica (more...)
Darius Twin
The evil dictator Belser has been terrorizing the galaxy for as long as anyone can remember, and no sector is safe from his ruthless band of pillagers and mercenaries. The rebel forces of the Galactic Federation have had enough. They decide to send two of (more...)
Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest
Like previous games in the series, Final Fantasy Mystic Quest is presented in third person perspective, with players directly navigating the main character around the world to interact with objects and people. The game features a unique way of traveling t (more...)
Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble
Nintendo, 1996 - Platform - Licensed
Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! is the final installment in the original Donkey Kong Country trilogy. Dixie Kong and her toddler cousin Kiddy Kong have to discover the location of missing vacationers (they went on a fishing trip) D (more...)
Phalanx
Kemco, 1992 - Shooter - Licensed
The player's ship can switch to different speeds at any time, allowing the player to move fast to avoid enemies and obstacles entirely, or slow down to weave between enemy bullets. An unusual addition for a shooter is the ability for the player's (more...)
The Adventures of Dr. Franken
DTMC, 1993 - Platform - Licensed
Franky and his girlfriend Bitsy are planning a vacation to New York. There's just one problem: Bitsy doesn't have a passport. Our protagonist comes up with a brilliant idea. He takes Bitsy apart and mails her to New York, where he will put her bac (more...)
SimCity
Nintendo, 1991 - Strategy - Licensed
SimCity sets you as the mayor of a new municipality, with the responsibility of building and maintaining a place where citizens can move to and work and be happy. The first task is to place essentials such as housing, transport links, schools, factories a (more...)
Tecmo Super Bowl III: The Final Edition
Tecmo, 1995 - Football - Licensed
A late entry in what was once the premiere football simulation, TSB III has updated rosters and teams for the 1994-1995 season and is licensed by both the NFL and the Players group. Features real NFL players and photos, the real NFL schedule, and weekly s (more...)
MLBPA Baseball
EA Sports, 1994 - Baseball - Licensed
The strategy of baseball is merged with a fast-paced arcade game in MLBPA Baseball from Electronic Arts. Details designed to appeal to the die-hard fan include: real players with statistics based on the 1993 season; a full 162 game season mode; stadium mu (more...)
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