MS-DOS - Released - 1991
STORY You play a rookie boxer trying to fight your way to the top. Fight bouts to win money, to pay for your training and manager. Ultimately fighting you way to the title "Champion". GAMEPLAY TV Sports Boxing introduces many elements within the game, which among others may be categorized as the following: Character Creation The "campaign" version in TV Sports: Boxing allows you to start "a new career" of which you have to create a new "human player". Here you can customize your boxer, generally how he looks but more importantly what stats he begins, what style of boxing (ie. Boxer,...
MS-DOS - Released - June 6, 1991
Bo Jackson Baseball (TV Sports: Baseball in Europe) is an arcade oriented conversion of the popular American sport, in the same series as TV Sports: Football and TV Sports: Basketball. The player can choose among 26 teams and play directly in the positions of batter and pitcher. A managerial element is also included: when playing a whole season the player can choose the lineup and the batting order. Emphasis is put on user-friendliness and TV-style presentation, featuring the likeness of Bob McGill. It also features digitalised sound samples and motion captured player animations. The stats...
Sega Genesis - Released - 1992
This baseball game is your basic Genesis baseball game, play as one of 16 teams, along with two special teams, the All-Stars and the MVP's. Cal Ripken, the featured player is the only real player to appear in this game.
Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1992
David Robinson's Supreme Court is a basketball game with both exhibition and tournament modes. Choose one out of four fictional teams and then draft various skilled fictional players onto the team. Exhibition mode lets the player choose to either player 3 on 3 or 5 on 5 while tournament mode only allows for 5 on 5 play. The game also features a roleplaying mode where the player takes the role of and controls only one player on the court. Tournament mode lets the players team play the three other teams with the prize being a chance to go up against David Robinson's All-Stars. Speaking of...
Sega Genesis - Released - January 20, 1992
Players can either play a quick exhibition match or fight their way through the Career mode, using a created boxer to work their way up the 15-boxer ranking list until they fight Holyfield himself. During character creation, players can choose the fighter's head, color of skin, trunks and hair, physical and mental attributes. The physical attributes are dominant hand, power, speed, recovery and stamina. The mental attributes are style (brawler, dancer, boxer and dodger), killer instinct (low, medium or high) and favorite punches (jabs, straights or hooks aimed at head or torso, one for each...
Sega Genesis - May 26, 1994
Eight World Heavyweight Champs Answer the Bell in this ultimate showdown to decide who's #1! Muhammad Ali, Jack Dempsey, Joe Frazier, Larry Holmes, Evander Holyfield, Joe Louis, Rocky Marciano, and Floyd Patterson - all in their prime and looking for knockouts! Each Champion looks and boxes in their signature styles. It's Ali's speed against Marciano's power, Holmes' stinging jab versus Frazier's devastating hook!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1992
5,000 meters over France. Spying a pair of prowling enemy planes, you slam the stick forward and enter a screaming dive. Finger on the trigger, your plane shudders from the recoil of tracer splitting machine guns. Enemy number two rolls high over his smoking wingman into the sun. Bullets tear through your cockpit, but you fly tough. Chop the throttle, yank back on the stick and the Fokker overshoots, filling your sights. He's yours. Wings 2 plunges you into the swirling air battles of WW I. Arcade style control combined with sharp digitized graphics forge a new standard for flight games.