Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 1, 1990
So you think the life of a Marvel Super Hero is an easy one? Wrong! Take Spider-Man for example. While he's out protecting decent folk, a group of evil mutants kidnap his wife and threaten to "neutralize" her if their demands aren't met. Now Spidey's got to get her back before something terrible happens. It won't be easy though, because he's got the likes Hobgoblin, Mysterio, Dr. Octopus and some of Marvel's other favorite "baddies" standing in his way. So, if you feel up to the challenge and you're ready for some serious wall-crawling, make sure your web spinners are full and batteries...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1988
Anticipation is a video board game for one to four players (both computer and human). The object of the game is to be the first to collect a card for each of the four colors on the game board. During each turn the computer will display seemingly random dots, then a pencil starts connecting the dots to form a picture. The first player to correctly identify the picture will earn a card for the color of the picture being drawn. As the picture draws, a dice on the screen will count down from 6 to 1. Whatever value is showing when a player successfully identifies the picture is the number of spaces...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1990
The full-court action between the Arch Rivals is really hot tonight. Here's Mohawk, taking it to the hoop... POW! He just got nailed in the alley with a right cross! FOUL! FOUL! FOUL! What?! No Foul? That's right. No Fouls. This is basketball where breaking the rules is part of the rules! If you can't block a shot - knock your opponent's block off. If you can't steal the ball - steal his shorts! But don't think these tactics are enough to win. Arch Rivals still requires real B-ball skills like passing, shooting, ball handling, slam dunks, and 3 point shots. Based on the arcade smash hit,...
Nintendo 64 - Released - June 30, 1998
Trouble is brewing on Spiral Mountain! Gruntilda the witch, wildly jealous of Tooty the Honey Bear's good looks; is determined to steal them for herself! But even as she whisks the helpless youngster off to her tower, Tooty's big brother Banjo and his loud-mouthed partner Kazooie are hot on the trail to rescue her...Aided by the mystical shaman Mumbo Jumbo, Banjo and Kazooie must tackle gloomy swamps, scorching deserts, towering mountain ranges and spooky haunted houses on their way to the final confrontation at the summit of Gruntilda's Lair.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 12, 2003
Gruntilda is back, and it's up to Banjo and Kazooie to stop her master plan. In Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge, you'll play as Banjo and follow him through six worlds rife with trials and contests. Some of the challenges you must overcome include solving puzzles, avoiding obstacles, and battling different enemies. Defeat your foes by using Banjo's array of combat moves. You can also seek help from witch doctors, who can transform Banjo into a mouse, a tank, and other creatures.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - November 11, 2008
Famed game developer Rare is reviving one of its most beloved and successful franchises exclusively on Xbox 360 with the third installment of the Banjo-Kazooie series. Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts embraces new and old fans alike, as the famous bear and bird duo return in stunning high definition for a unique adventure of epic proportions. The Lord of the Games (aka LOG) is tired of the petty squabbling between Banjo and the evil witch Gruntilda (aka Grunty) over the years, and has arranged a showdown to decide the rightful owner of Spiral Mountain. Claiming to have created every video game...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 12, 2005
Banjo Pilot is a kart-style racing game which was originally slated to become "Diddy Kong Pilot." It features at least eight characters from the Banjo-Kazooie series, each with its own aircraft and storyline, including Banjo, Mumbo Jumbo, Humba Wumba, Guntilda, Klungo, Jolly Roger and Kazooie. The game includes link cable support for up to four players.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 20, 2000
Two years after Banjo & Kazooie rescued Banjo's sister Tooty, the antagonist Gruntilda Winkybunion and her sisters, Mingella and Blobbelda, are planning to restore Gruntilda's body to its original form. Banjo and Kazooie must stop them before it is too late.
Arcade - Released - March 1, 1994
Cartoon-like toads, named Pimple, Zitz, and Rash, beat up rats and other mean critters on ther way to stopping the evil Dark Queen. Each toad has his own unique attacks and super-moves. A quarter-pumper with great sound and graphics. You can choose from any of the three Toads: Rash a lean and fast fighter, Zitz a smart and balanced toad, or Pimple a big, bad powerhouse. Each has his own fighting style as well as his own repertoire of big-time Smash Hits that will be used to eliminate enemies. This game can appear to be just a beat-'em-up at first, but almost every level is different. Some...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Unreleased - November 19, 2011
Battletoads for GBA is an unreleased game that didn't get far in development.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1991
’TOAD-NAPPED! While partying on Lost Vega, a deep-space leisure station, the three Battletoads—Zitz, Rash and Pimple—get pleasantly side-tracked by a Thallian Thorax Dancer. Unfortunately, the dancer soon reveals herself as the evil Dark Queen! The ‘toads fight valiantly against overwhelming odds, but are eventually overpowered. Rash and Pimple are taken prisoner, but luckily, Zitz makes it to the Toadster and burns space back to the Vulture and the Battletoads’ mentor, Professor T. Bird. So, Zitz, the Dark Queen’s ‘toadnapped your best buddies—what’re you gonna do about it? You’re gonna...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1991
Okay 'toads! Let's get EVEN! When the evil Dark Queen kidnaps both your best buddy and the best looking girl this side of the Mazallion Star Cluster - what are you gonna do about it? Are you gonna cry? Hide? Call the Starcops? No way! Because you're a BATTLETOAD and BATTLETOADS don't cry, hide, or call for help. BATTLETOADS get real MAD - and then they get EVEN! So, strap on your Blaster, power-up the Toadster, and get on down to the Dark Queen's planet - but, watch out 'toad - this lady's bad, and she's got a whole mess of really nasty surprises lined up for you - like the Psyko Pigs,...
Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1994
The Dark Queen has attacked and kidnapped (toadnapped?) your best buddy. To make matters worse, she nabbed the best looking girl around! So, what will you do? Cry? Whimper? Hide? Call the Starcops? NO! Cause you're a Battletoad! Battletoads don't cry, hide or call for help! And they certainly don't whimper! They get MAD then they get EVEN! So grab your blaster, hop on the Toadster and go get 'em!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1993
When a battlecruiser the size of a city and called the Colossus smashes out of the moon, its laser cannon glowing menacingly, you can bet it ain't gonna be makin' no social calls... You can bet it's gonna be creating some bad n' crazy mayhem on good ol' planet Earth - 'specially when you know that the dreaded Dark Queen and the shady Shadow Boss are on board just rarin' to rock n' roll... The dastardly duo are about to unleash their most monstrous plan yet - from their secret lunar base they intend to launch an invasion that'll make them masters of the world... Neutralized by deadly glooming...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 31, 1993
The Ultimate Team! When a battle cruiser the size of a city and called the Colossus smashes out of the moon, its laser cannon glowing menacingly, you can bet it ain’t gonna be makin’ no social calls… You can bet it’s gonna be creating some bad n’ crazy mayhem on good ol’ planet Earth- ‘specially when you know that the dreaded Dark Queen and the shady Shadow Boss are on board just rarin’ to rock n’ roll… The dastardly duo are about to unleash their most monstrous plan yet- from their secret lunar base they intend to launch an invasion that’ll make them master of the...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1993
When a battle-cruiser the size of a city and called the Colossus smashes out of the moon, its laser cannon glowing menacingly, you can bet it ain't gonna be makin' no social calls... You can bet it's gonna be creating some bad n' crazy mayhem on good ol' planet Earth - 'specially when you know that the dreaded Dark Queen and the shady Shadow Boss are on board just rarin' to rock n' roll... The dastardly duo are about to unleash their most monstrous plan yet - from their secret lunar base they intend to launch an invasion that'll make them masters of the world... Neutralized by deadly...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1993
When Machiko Tashoku, the daughter of the Pscane Corporation's head honcho, is abducted by the Pigs of the Apocalypse and forced indignantly into the Gamescape, Zitz leaps into the action fists-a flain! But Even for a Battletoad there's too much pork to pummel - and after a beastly bashing, he jains Machiko as the Parkers' prisoner! Rash and Pimple are soon to soar on the scene - an' with Rash lookin' lean an' green and Pimple actin' mean, it's obvious that a rescue's about to begin! Only it ain't gonna be seay, 'cuz the pigs have taken them to the dingy Dark Tower, home of the...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 1, 1993
Okay 'toads! Let's get EVEN! When the evil Dark Queen kidnaps both your best buddy and the best looking girl this side of the Mazallion Star Cluster -what are you gonna do about it? Are you gonna cry? Hide? Call the Starcops? No way! Because you're a BATTLETOAD and BATTLETOADS don't cry, hide, or call for help. BATTLETOADS get real MAD-and then they get EVEN! So, strap on your Blaster, power-up the Toadster and get on downt o the Dark Queen's planet - but, watch out 'toad - this lady's bad, and she's got a whole mess of really nasty surprises lined up for you - like the Psyko Pigs, the...
Sega Genesis - Released - December 1, 1993
When a battlecruiser the size of a city and called the Colossus smashes out of the moon, its laser cannon glowing menacingly, you can bet it ain't gonna be makin' no social calls... You can bet it's gonna be creating some bad n' crazy mayhem on good ol' planet Earth - 'specially when you know that the dreaded Dark Queen and the shady Shadow Boss are on board just rarin' to rock n' roll... The dastardly duo are about to unleash their most monstrous plan yet - from their secret lunar base they intend to launch an invasion that'll make them masters of the world... Neutralized by deadly...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1992
It's your pal Beetlejuice, here to bamboozle those bewitchers from the Netherworld vacationing at lovely Lydia's place. This house is HAUNTED! Flying cups and saucers and clothes that spring to life cause quite a panic...especially when they're coming for you! It's a horrific 5 level challenge to spook attic ghastlies, rattle angry skeletons and scare ghostly bats. Vampires may even join you for a "bite" to eat. Hmm...maybe we should skip lunch today. These Netherworld ghoul-o-ramas are no match for us. Has the "ghost with the most" ever let you down?!!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 1, 1991
In the game you control Beetlejuice through various side-scrolling and overhead view levels in an effort to scare the yuppie Deetz family and friends that have taken over the house. You stomp on cockroaches in order to gain points that you used to buy various scare tactics that you use to defeat various enemies and bosses. Although the initial levels of the game are based upon the film, with Beetlejuice venturing through the Maitland House to find and scare away Otho, the later levels are original and involve Beetlejuice fighting mythical creatures in such locations as a sewer system and the...
Nintendo 64 - Released - March 21, 1997
Blast Corps is a 1997 video game for the Nintendo 64 developed by Rare and published by Nintendo. Destroy a series of buildings or objects using a variety of unique demolition vehicles, in order to mainly clear a path for trucks carrying defective nuclear missiles.
Nintendo Entertainment System - 1990
The player takes a role of a fighter pilot working to repel an alien invasion. Aliens have invaded Earth, and have built four land bases. These bases are designed to drain Earth's energy and feed it to their mother space station. If the space station is allowed to obtain enough energy, it will destroy the Earth with a massive laser blast. The player must destroy the enemy bases, then go after the space station itself. Scientists, during the course of the game, are working on a top-secret Neutron Cannon. During several missions, the player must make supply drops to the scientists working...
Sega Genesis - Released - 1992
And the legend lives on...If you're looking for fast and furious racing competition, CHAMPIONSHIP PRO-AM is your game! Swerve and screech through 24 exciting levels of racing challenge. The tracks get fierce as water, oil slicks, pop-up walls and 5 nasty competitors try to do you in. Pick up those TURBO, TOP SPEED and STICKY TIRE add-ons to give you that extra edge. And if you're a real hot shot, there are MISSILES and BOMBS to help even the odds. Pick up BONUS LETTERS to further enhance your racer. Are you skilled enough to rack up the points, trophies and track records it takes to...
Nintendo Entertainment System - July 1, 1988
There are 25 stages in the game, including bonus stages. Each series of five generally contains one of each type of mission. The fifth are generally the boss stages. The bosses are a sea serpent (as seen on the cover), a giant crab, a giant squid, a red and black version of the sea serpent and a giant shark. The game uses a powerup bar similar to the Gradius series. Powerup pods are collected to move the selector to different powerup items. When the desired powerup is highlighted, the player can select it, after which the menu returns to an unhighlighted state. Menu options are "Turbo"...
Microsoft Xbox - Released - June 21, 2005
Conker, gaming’s notoriously naughty squirrel, arrives on the Xbox with a bang in an all-new Xbox Live-enabled team-based shooter, Conker: Live and Reloaded. The game features intense Deathmatch and Campaign story line modes via Xbox Live and System Link, and players can compete as one of six combat specialists across multi-mission campaigns covering Old War and Future War. The warfare promises to deliver the non-stop action, humor, and innuendos Conker is famous for. Also included is the critically acclaimed single-player game, Conker’s Bad Fur Day, completely recreated for the Xbox...
Nintendo 64 - Released - March 5, 2001
The day after his 21st birthday bash, Conker's sporting the worst hangover ever, and he just can't seem to find his way home. Prepare to stagger through randy, raunchy, raucous scenarios crammed full of bad manners, twisted humor, and graphic bodily functions. Unless you're a fan of violence, foul language, and racy innuendo, you'd best steer clear of this one.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - June 8, 1999
It's Conker's birthday and someone crashed his party! The Evil Acorn has stolen all of Conker's presents and kidnapped his best chipmunk friend, Berri. Now you must take on the role of the bushy-tailed hero, pursuing your nemesis throughout 6 visually-stunning worlds to rescue Berri and save your birthday from complete disaster. Strain your brain to solve challenging puzzles, battle the Evil Acorn's horde of minions with your trusty slingshot, and even flex your muscles in sporting events as you track your foe to the final showdown!
Nintendo Entertainment System - August 1, 1992
Indy Heat featured four-player capability and was similar in gameplay to Super Off Road. Players earned money based on their race finishing positions, which was spent on improving their car. The race season culminated with the Tradewest Speed Bowl, which loosely resembled the Indianapolis 500.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Unreleased - 2003
Diddy Kong Pilot was an airplane racing game for the Game Boy Advance developed by Rareware before its cancelation. The game would be later repurposed as a new game called Banjo-Pilot released for the Game Boy Advance in 2005. It is a Mario Kart-esque racing game where the primary vehicles are planes. The 2003 build of Diddy Kong Pilot was originally leaked as a ROM file by the defunct Rareware Central webmaster Torrentstorm on November 5, 2011. This prototype has has some major flaws, and should not be considered a complete game.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 21, 1997
It's an island takeover when the evil space wizard, Wizpig, discovers Tiger Island! After the islands prized racetracks become sealed up, Timber Tiger contacts his friend Diddy Kong to help him reclaim the racetracks and save the island before his parents return. Along for the ride are the Kremling spy Krunch, Bumper Badger, Banjo (prior to meeting Kazooie in Banjo-Kazooie), pre-sweary Conker, Tiptup Turtle, and Pipsy Mouse. Diddy Kong Racing is a racing game with similarities to Mario Kart 64, in that you race with a variety of cheery racers while using weapons. However, the similarities...
Nintendo DS - Released - February 5, 2007
The legendary game that single-handedly invented a genre is back and jam-packed with all-new enhancements. Trouble in Tropical Paradise After years of living in peace and harmony, the inhabitants of Timber's Island are shocked when their tropical paradise is invaded by a giant, hideous space pig! To thwart Wizpig’s nefarious plans, explore the sprawling island, unlock hidden racetracks, and drive, hover and fly against colorful characters in high-octane competitions! Your host, a gregarious elephant named Taj, greets you in a grassy meadow. Drive over bridges, through sparkling surf...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1990
You control the title character, who is searching for treasure hidden in various caverns. Digger has multiple tools which are found and can be used to explore and uncover new areas. A timer in the game represents the time remaining until the door to the next level closes, but the timer can be reset by standing on a special pillar. Monsters such as moles and mosquitoes seek to kill the protagonist. The game is notable for the animation of the character's death, which shows a presumably time-lapse view of his body decaying with only his helmet remaining. It is noted among the most difficult...
Nintendo 64 - Unreleased
Dinosaur Planet was a game originally developed by Rare and set to be published by Nintendo, planned for release on the Nintendo 64, but later intended for the Nintendo GameCube instead. Originally, the game had nothing to do with the Star Fox series and was intended to be a stand-alone title. According to an interview with Shigeru Miyamoto, he had noticed the striking similarities between the game's characters and those of Star Fox, and so the decision was made for the game to become part of Star Fox as a launch title for the Nintendo GameCube. Although Rare scrapped the project due to...
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 22, 1999
K. Rool has kidnapped the Kongs! Can Donkey Kong rescue his friends, reclaim the Golden Bananas and save his homeland from certain doom? Take out some Kremlings with Chunky's Pineapple Launcher or Lanky's Trombone. Float through the air using Tiny's Ponytail Twirl. Even rocket to the sky with Diddy's Jetbarrel!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 9, 2003
Welcome to Donkey Kong Country, a place where ostriches wear running shoes, apes wear neckties, and rhinoceros gracefully leap across gaping canyons with a style and flair that would make the great Evel Knievel envious. This remake of the SNES classic revamps the Donkey Kong Country gameplay with new minigames, a new Attack mode, and the ability to save your progress anywhere. Whether you're looking for a nostalgic stroll through the jungle or you're new to the Donkey Kong world, Donkey Kong Country keeps you on your toes with platform challenges, dance minigames, and unique enemies.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 24, 1994
Donkey Kong is back in Nintendo's Donkey Kong Country, with a new sidekick, Diddy Kong, in a crazy island adventure. Challenged by the crazed tribe of reptilian Kremlings, they endeavor to get back their stolen banana horde! Armed with lightning-quick moves, chest-pounding muscle and awesome aerial acrobatics, our duo is ready to face their cunning adversaries. With the help of Donkey Kong's quirky family and his wild animal mounts, they squabble and scamper their way through the unending monkey mayhem. The Donkey Kong Country Competition Cartridge is a cut-down competition variant of...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 23, 2000
The best-selling Super NES game of all time is back! Remember blasting through levels in barrels and taking wild mine cart rides? All the jammin' jungle hi-jinks are back, along with DK's animal friends Rambi the Rhino, Squawks the Parrot, Enguarde the Swordfish and more! In addition to all the original levels, you get the chest-pounding fun of new bonus levels and 2-player games.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 15, 2004
The Donkey Kong Country series returns to the Game Boy Advance in a sequel that features Dixie Kong. She and Diddy Kong must team up to rescue Donkey Kong from the evil Kaptain K. Rool. You'll play as both Diddy and Dixie, and master their different attacks. Test your skills and beat the clock in Diddy's Dash, or race against your friends to see who's the fastest. You can play the game solo or challenge your friends in new bonus games such as Funky's Flights and Bag a Bug.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 21, 1995
Okay kid, wipe that drool off your chin and listen up if you really want to learn something about this game. Sure, it's got newfangled computer graphics and what Diddy calls stereo sound that "rocks heavily and with little resistance!" BUT, the game play? Well, they FINALLY added some proper challenge to the game - a snap for me of course. AND THE STORY? You sure ask a lot of questions, kid! Kaptain K. Rool and his cruelest cut-throat Kremlings have kidnapped that flea-bitten ape Donkey Kong. I figured I'd rescue him when the little pip-squeak DIDDY pops up along with his girlfriend, and they...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 7, 2005
Revisit Donkey Kong Island and join the Kong family for their latest adventure. The Kremlings have a mysterious new leader named KAOS and are up to their usual mischief, even capturing Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. Now it's up to Dixie Kong and the newest Kong, a giant infant named Kiddy, to rescue the two missing apes.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 22, 1996
Revisit Donkey Kong Island and join the Kong family for their latest adventure. The Kremlings have a mysterious new leader named KAOS and are up to their usual mischief, even capturing Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. Now it's up to Dixie Kong and the newest Kong, a giant infant named Kiddy, to rescue the two missing apes.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - January 28, 2000
This is a special enhanced version of Donkey Kong Land III for GameBoy Color released exclusively in Japan.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 26, 1995
Monkey mayhem comes to Game Boy with all-new Kong adventures! Donkey Kong teams up with his sidekick, Diddy Kong, for new adventures and gorilla antics. Facing high-flying pigs, deadly Zingers, and reptilian Kremlings our duo swings back into action! Challenged by incredible perils they clamor their way through the mysterious pirate ship, perils in the snow, an unbelievable aquatic temple, and crazy capers in the sky. Grab a vine and join the thrills in the Land of Kong!
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - September 1, 1996
Wage battle against Kaptain K. Rool and his vast army of Kremlings. K. Rool kidnapped Donkey Kong and he's demanding the entire Banana Hoard as ransom. It's up to Diddy Kong and Dixie Kong to rescue their kidnapped pal. A wild assortment of friendly animals like Rambi the Rhino, Squitter the Spider, Squawks the Parrot, Rattly the Rattlesnake and Enguarde the Swordfish help the two little monkeys in their adventurous mission. Each exciting level is filled with special traps, hidden items and dastardly Kremlings! Prepare yourself for the biggest Game Boy adventure yet! Donkey Kong Land 2 is...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 1, 1997
Fame-and-fortune seekers have flooded Donkey Kong Country in search of the fabled Lost World. You command Dixie Kong and Kiddy Kong through 36 Kong-sized levels of action and adventure. Use your animal friends - Squitter the spider, Squawks the parrot, Ellie the elephant, Enguarde the swordfish and Parry the parallel bird - to help you prove your adventuring skills and find the Lost World before someone else does!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1990
Do you DARE? Can you handle the pressure? Do you know the answer? Should you DARE the other team? Can you beat the odds? Do you DARE to take the Physical Challenge? Double Dare is Double Action! Double Dare is Double Fun! Double Dare is the ultimate contest for the whole family! Think fast - test your mind with questions on every subject from Rock to rocks. Move fast - test your skill as those famous DD stunts stretch your reflexes to the limit. You know how it's done, so get out there and rack up the points! But watch out for those obstacles. If you're not careful, you could end up in a real...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased
Project Dream was planned to be Rare's most ambitious game for SNES, pushing their techniques of pre-rendered 3D imagery to the furthest boundaries imaginable. In Dream: Land of Giants, you played as a boy named Edson on a quest to help his friend Madeleine from nasty pirates under the command of Captain Blackeye. The idea was heavily inspired by both Western point-n-click adventures, and japanese Role-Playing games with the intention of delivering a character-driven ludonarrative. Over time, the project encountered several complications including the arrival of the Nintendo 64....
Nintendo 64 - Released - August 23, 1997
You are Bond, James Bond. You are assigned to covert operations connected with the GoldenEye weapons satellite. M will brief you on your mission and objectives from London. Q Branch will support your efforts with a plentiful supply of weapons and gadgets. Moneypenny offers you light-hearted best wishes and you’re off! Your mission begins in the heavily guarded chemical warfare facility at the Byelomorye Dam in the USSR. Look and shoot in any direction as you navigate 12 interactive 3-D environments. Use stealth and force as you see fit in matters of international security. Consider...
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Unreleased - 2008
The remaster of GoldenEye 007 in 2008, which reportedly needed only two more months of development before it was finished, was cancelled because Nintendo and Microsoft, which acquired Rare in 2002, were unable to come to a licensing agreement. In January 2021, a full playthrough was streamed to YouTube, showcasing improved graphics and 60 frame-per-second gameplay. A week later, a near-final playable ROM image of the XBLA title was leaked online from an unknown source, validated by video game historians and journalists to be the XBLA title.
Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 15, 2003
Grabbed by the Ghoulies follows a young man named Cooper Chance who sets out to rescue his girlfriend, Amber, from Ghoulhaven Hall. This mansion is full of supernatural creatures, and Cooper will receive help along the way from the many hired hands that work there.
Nintendo Entertainment System - April 28, 1994
The hottest pinball game ever has been converted to video! All the action and excitement of the original HIGH SPEED is here - Freeway Frenzy, Ramp Race and Running the Red - plus excellent new features like Lightning Bombs and attacking enemies! It's a real-life adventure. The screen flashes and a siren shrieks when you run the red light! Police car radio messages and original chase music both add to the thrills. Go for the burn - grab the jackpot and get away at HIGH SPEED!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1989
Hollywood Squares is a NES puzzle game based on the television game show of the same name. Players have to either agree or disagree with fictitious celebrities to earn squares and make tic-tac-toe. Much like the TV series, winning one of the first two games is worth $500, the third game is worth $1,000 and the second game is always the "Secret Square" game. The winner then goes on to the bonus round, where they have to choose one of five keys and insert it into the proper car among the five offered. This version was based on the 1980's version hosted by John Davidson
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 7, 2004
Based on Rare's off-beat mascot, It's Mr. Pants is a traditional puzzle game in the Tetris sense where the challenge is to piece together specific shapes of specific colors on a flat playing field grid. The idea is simple: form rectangles of larger than 3x2 to make them disappear from play. The pieces can be rotated in 90 degree variations, important to get these tiles into the littlest slots on the field. You can't place same colors on top of each other, but you can place other colors on top of already placed shapes to remove them from play. There are three variations: in "Puzzle," the...
Nintendo 64 - Released - October 11, 1999
The insect invasion has begun. The galaxy is being infested by the evil Mizar and his horde of Drones. Already, the planet of Goldwood has been subjugated and the peaceful Trabals enslaved. With an arsenal of mega-weapons at their disposal, the Jet Force Gemini team must travel in search of Mizar's lair - rescuing Tribals and splattering Drones along the way. But can Juno, Vela and their faithful dog, Lupus, exterminate the deadly threat before it's too late?
Microsoft Xbox 360 - March 28, 2007
Jetpac Refuelled is a shooter video game developed by Rare and published by Microsoft Studios. It was first released worldwide on the Xbox Live Arcade service on 28 March 2007. The game is the fourth and final instalment of the Jetman series and a remake of Ultimate Play the Game's 1983 ZX Spectrum game, Jetpac. The game follows Jetman as he attempts to rebuild his rocket in order to explore different planets, whilst simultaneously defending himself from hostile aliens.
Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1989
John Elway's QUARTERBACK is the home video game you've been waiting for. So real you can see the game like a quarterback does, from the line of scrimmage. You call the plays, you throw the passes, run the ball, and make the tackles. It's third down and a long four long yards to the first down that will stop the clock. No time-outs left. The weak side linebacker is lined up inside his defensive end. They're coming! You check-off the play at the line of scrimmage and call for a quick pass to the tight end. He breaks it for a T.D.! Named for the quarterback who twice won the AFC Player of the...
Microsoft Xbox 360 - November 7, 2005
Kameo: Elements of Power was one of the Xbox 360 launch games and puts you in the role of the young fairy-like elf Kameo. In the introduction, she storms a castle to rescue her family members, but fails, and loses all her powers. Your task is to collect ten elemental spirits and defeat Thorn, the king of the trolls, along with your evil sister Kalus. The game mixes action with exploring and basic puzzle-solving tasks. There are four themed areas, with friendly zones where you can shop and talk to the inhabitants. Next to the distinct zones, there are also Badlands to cross, where there is...
Microsoft Xbox - Unreleased
Kameo: Elements of Power is a 2005 action-adventure video game developed by Rare and published by Microsoft Game Studios. While nearly finished for the original Xbox console, the title was delayed to become an exclusive launch title for the upcoming Xbox 360.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1996
Now you can make baseball history with Ken Griffey Jr.s Winning Run! Play with all 28 Major League teams and challenge your baseball skills over a full season. Capture the pennant and you're off to the World Series! Incredible 3-D rendered stadiums have views of the field that are so realistic you'll swear that you're really there. Step up to bat and you'll feel like a major league hitter. There has never been a sports game like this one. With more stats, more realism and more baseball thrills, it's a grand slam home run!
Microsoft Xbox One - Released - September 23, 2013
Killer Instinct is a 2013 fighting video game and relaunch of the Killer Instinct franchise following a 17 year hiatus after Killer Instinct 2. The game was launched as a platform via the Xbox One that allowed players to either buy only the characters they wanted or to buy entire seasons of characters as they were released. Main development for Season 1 was handled by Double Helix. After Double Helix was acquired by Amazon Iron Galaxy was brought on to handle the development of Seasons 2 and 3.
Windows - Released - March 1, 2016
The legendary fighting franchise is back with all new visuals, over-the-top action, a wild cast of combatants, rocking reactive music, and C-C-C-COMBO BREAKERS!!! Choose your ultimate combatants each with fluid animations, unique combat tactics, and enthralling special attacks. Use the open-ended combo system to rack up huge combos as your opponent looks for openings to break you and turn the tides of battle. Go online and compete against players from all over the world, or master your combat skills with in-depth tutorials and intelligent AI combatants.
Arcade - Released - November 28, 1994
Killer Instinct is a fighting game developed by Rare and published by Midway and Nintendo. It was released as an arcade game in 1994. The game's plot involves an all-powerful corporation called Ultratech organizing a fighting tournament. The story was adapted in a limited comic book series published under the short-lived Acclaim Comics imprint. Killer Instinct features several gameplay elements unique to fighting games of the time. Instead of fighting enemies in best-of-three rounds bouts, each player has two life bars. The player that depletes the other player's life bars first wins the...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 1, 1995
Don't wait in endless arcade lines to play--Killer Instinct comes to Super NES with action, graphics and sound that annihilates all other combat games! Fulgore, Jago, B.Orchid, Spinal and all your favorite warriors contend in the Ultratech KI Tournament. Each combatant engages in the KI Combo Theory of connected moves and finishing tactics to destroy their opponents. With incredible displays of eyelasers, ice lancers, wind kicks, and laser blades these fearless fighters prove their battle prowess. But remember, if you lose, it's hero to zero!
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1995
Killer Instinct. First it tore into the arcades. Then it burst into your house only on the Super NES. Now, it comes home again, this time on Game Boy! Choose from eight characters, including T.J. Combo, Fulgore, Jago, B. Orchid, Chief Thunder, Spinal, Sabrewulf, and Glacius, and battle your way to victory in Killer Instinct. The same great combo strategies are there along with power-packed special moves and gruesome danger moves. Learn each character's special attacks and combinations in the Practice mode, and when you are ready for competition, challenge a friend or take on the Arcade mode....
Arcade - Released - 1996
Killer Instinct 2 follows on from the plot line that the previous installment ended with. Eyedol's death at the hands of Orchid accidentally sets off a time warp, transporting some of the combatants back in time and allowing the Demon Lord Gargos to escape from Limbo. Now, trapped 2000 years in the past, the warriors that survived Killer Instinct, along with several new faces, fight for the right to face Gargos in combat, but Chief Thunder, Cinder and Riptor did not return. Each character that survived the journey from the first game has a corresponding background story, while new characters...
Microsoft Xbox One - Released - September 23, 2014
Go for the kill! More fighters, more mayhem. Pump up your Killer Instinct fun with this Combo Breaker Pack, which includes all eight Season 1 fighters and a download code for Season 2 fighter TJ Combo. It's got everything you need, with all the over-the-top action, rocking reactive music, and C-C-C-COMBO BREAKERS you know and love.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 25, 1996
Killer Instinct Gold rocks the gaming world with its earth-shattering moves and unbelievable graphics. Your battles unfold with lightning-fast action and fluid character animation at 60 frames per second. We faithfully duplicated all the features that made Killer Instinct 2 an arcade hit. We've even thrown in a complete training mode to school you on all the moves! The eye-popping graphics, the explosive hits and jaw-dropping combos make Killer Instinct Gold the only fighting game you'll ever want in your house!
Microsoft Xbox One - Released - September 20, 2016
FIGHT ON! Discover your Killer Instinct! Play the legendary fighting game with stunning 60FPS visuals, over-the-top action, a wild cast of combatants, rocking reactive music, and C-C-C-COMBO BREAKERS! Includes all 26 characters from Seasons 1-3, including Shadow Jago, Rash from Battletoads, Arbiter from Halo, and General RAAM from Gears of War. Also includes Killer Instinct Classic, Killer Instinct 2 Classic, and all costume and accessory sets.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - November 4, 2010
Kinect Sports is one of the launch games for Microsoft's Kinect peripheral for the Xbox 360 where movement of the players using their body and limbs, not a physical controller, is translated onscreen through their Xbox 360 Avatars. All included games are simulations of real-life sports. There are three main game modes: a main event for one or two players locally or over Xbox Live, Party Play for multiple players in a single room, and Mini-Games where the included sports are presented with a variation in the gameplay. Not all games share the same free-for-all or cooperative options. For AI...
Microsoft Xbox One - April 8, 2014
Kinect Sports Rivals is the next generation of the best-selling Kinect franchise, Kinect Sports, that brings your favorite sports back in re-imagined ways, and delivers new sports and events made possible with Xbox One’s revolutionary technology. Kinect Sports Rivals puts you in the game like never before, tracks your movements and expressions with incredible accuracy, and offers never-ending competition with your friends and rivals. The Kinect instantly scans and creates a stylized, digital champion you, then drops your champion seamlessly into the ever-evolving world of Kinect Sports...
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - October 25, 2011
Kinect Sports: Season Two is the sequel to Kinect Sports. Just like the original game the player gets to compete in a number of sports using the Kinect peripheral to experience the action through motion based control. The included sports are American football, baseball, darts, golf, skiing and tennis. Each game can be played in single-player or multiplayer (both offline and online) and also has a mini-game variant. In single-player there are opponents for three difficulty levels. Only the rookie difficulty level is available at the start and others need to be unlocked. By competing, fans are...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1989
It drove you bonkers in the arcades. Now this mixed up marble marathon is ready for your Nintendo! The challenge is to roll your marble into the hidden Goal Line on 6 treacherous 3-D raceways. Every corner is a cliffhanger. And every second counts! Each raceway is a unique maze of tricky terrain and marble menaces. Can you stay in control as you hunt for the goal? You teeter up, down and around narrow ramps and ridges. Sneak past hungry Marble Munchers. Battle nasty steelies for the right of way. Its enough to make you lose your marbles! Beat the clock in the battle against time. Or...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 22, 1999
While everyone is preparing for the town carnival, Pete sends his henchmen to steal all of the decorations. Now, it is up to Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, and Goofy to race Pete's henchmen and reclaim the decorations. Race on 20 different courses that take place on land and water. By winning races, the characters earn coins that unlock bonuses. Put Pete and his cronies in their place with MICKEY'S RACING ADVENTURE.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - March 25, 2001
Strap on those helmets and make sure your ears are tucked in, Mouseketeers this race is going to get going pretty fast! In the popular tradition of MARIO KART comes this adorable trip around the speedway. Choose from a list of your all-time favorite Disney characters, then rev up your engine and try to blast through the other lovable cartoon crazies in pursuit of first place. Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Minnie, and Daisy are all here, and you can play as any one of them. There are 19 different tracks in the game, so you'll have to practice a lot if you want to make it through all of them. The...
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 13, 2000
Buckle up and get ready to race! Rally across America with Mickey and friends! Race around 20 All-American courses - from Alaska to the Everglades - as you try to track down the Weasels and rescue poor dognapped Pluto. Use Ludwig Von Drake's wacky weapons - such as the "Antigrav-o-Kit Magno Flyer" or the "Stormy Weather Whenever Engager" - to give you the edge. Then blast past your friends and listen as the drivers taunt each other using Disney's original character voices!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 1, 1990
You are Max Force... you mission...bust Mr. Big and destroy his dreaded criminal empire...seize all contraband, stolen money, illegal weapons...use rocket bombs, high-powered machine guns...apprehend all suspects...protect the innocent and punish the guilty...stop at nothing!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1990
Something frightening has been happening on Elm Street lately. It seems that with each waking day another grussome discovery is made... another neighborhood teen has mysteriously passed away into the dark stillness of the night. Everyone says it's "natural causes," but it seems as if something (or someone) has been picking them off one by one in their sleep. It's a horrible nightmare come true... and this nightmare has a name: Freddy Krueger. It's up to you and your remaining friends to search Elm Street for his bones, which have been scattered about then collect and burn them in the High...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - August 28, 2000
Joanna Dark has almost finished her training, but she isn't a Carrington Institute agent just yet. She has only one test left - but this time, her mission is for real. In it, she will uncover a far-reaching conspiracy that will introduce her to the shadowy dataDyne Corporation and hint at things to come... From the creators of GoldenEye for the N64 comes Rare's masterpiece... Perfect Dark. Lots of ways to play! Snipe from long range, commandeer an enemy vehicle - even shoot from a first-person view. Multiplayer games! Link up and get blown away with eight 2-player games and a total of 35...
Nintendo 64 - Released - May 22, 2000
Step into the Dark... As Carrington Institute's most promising new Agent, Joanna Dark must uncover the truth behind the dataDyne Corporation's recent technological breakthroughs - breakthroughs which could have serious consequences for mankind.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - November 18, 2005
The Xbox 360 prequel to Rare's Nintendo 64 hit, Perfect Dark. Players once again slip into the role of Joanna Dark and fight their way through a twisting sci-fi storyline. The franchise's staple multiplayer mode returns, this time with full online support. Set in the year 2020, three years before the original hit game Perfect Dark, Perfect Dark Zero features a gripping story, multiple game scenarios for endless replayability, a massive arsenal of weapons and combat-enabled vehicles. The sci-fi, first-person shooter features a fully interactive world, support for up to 50 players online via...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1990
Pin Bot is a conversion of the arcade pinball game by Williams Electronics. The game is played with a split screen; the bottom half of the screen remains on your flippers, while the top half scrolls to follow the ball(s) on the table. In addition to recreating the pinball game's table, lights, and sounds several video game elements have been added, such as monsters that like to eat pinballs. Up to four players can compete against Pin Bot!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1991
Modern warfare is no match for the fierce realism of six historically accurate severteenth century pirate raids along the Spanish Main. Aye, matey! That's why plundering and pillaging are back in style, as you command the role of a high seas high-jacker. Either an English Buccaneer, Dutch Adventurer, Spanish Renegade or French Explorer, each with a different skill level and strategic impact. As a swashbuckling scoundrel, you'll barter with enemy merchants, trade for hidden treasure maps, negotiate with unscrupulous governors and forge alliances with monarchs who'd just as soon stab you in the...
Arcade - Released - 1987
Guide your radio controlled car to victory in this racing game. You have to beat your 3 opponents on 32 tracks while avoiding obstacles like water and oil puddles and collecting bonus items like better engines and tires. You can also collect a variety of weapons to blast your opponents out of the way. The Genesis version is basically the same game as the NES version with a few minor changes such as having 5 opponents instead of 3, spelling out CHAMPION instead of NINTENDO, and having enhanced graphics.
Microsoft Xbox One - Released - August 4, 2015
Rare Replay is a 2015 compilation of 30 video games previously developed by Rare and its predecessor, Ultimate Play the Game, in their 30-year combined history. The emulated games span multiple genres and consoles—from the ZX Spectrum to the Xbox 360—and retain the features and errors of their original releases with minimal edits. The compilation adds cheats to make the older games easier and a Snapshots mode of specific challenges culled from parts of the games. Player progress is rewarded with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews about Rare's major and unreleased games. The...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 8, 2004
A mysterious stranger has shattered the fabled Sabre Wulf amulet, unleashing the savage Sabre Wulf from years of imprisonment. Once again, it's up to Sabreman, explorer and treasure hunter extraordinaire, to track and recapture his nemesis. As Sabreman, you'll enter a world rife with magical creatures that you can control. Use each creature's unique powers to survive traps, obstacles, and the dreaded Sabre Wulf. The game's combination of 2D and 3D gameplay spreads across a variety of levels.
Microsoft Xbox One - Released - March 20, 2018
Sea of Thieves offers the essential pirate experience, packed to the seams with sailing and exploring, fighting and plundering, riddle solving and treasure hunting – everything you need to live the pirate life you’ve always dreamed about. With no set roles, you have complete freedom to approach the world, and other players, however you choose.
Windows - Released - March 20, 2018
Sea of Thieves is a pirate-themed action-adventure cooperative multiplayer game played from a first-person perspective. The game features cross-platform play between Windows-based personal computers and Xbox One video game consoles. A group of players travel and explore an open world via a pirate ship and assume different roles such as steering, hoisting sails, navigation, and firing cannons. Players embark on quests, collect loot and engage in combat with other players. Sea of Thieves is a shared game world, which means groups of players will encounter each other regularly throughout their...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 1, 1987
Hit the slopes of Mount Nasty for the challenge of your life! The freezing wind cracks against your face. The tension mounts. Suddenly you’re off! Speeding through the gates on one of Nintendo’s 24 snow-covered runs. Welcome to SLALOM! Where you feel every bump, every jump, every death-defying turn, just like in a real slalom race! Along the way you’ll dodge other competitors, trees, sledders – even snowmen – as you speed down mountains like Snowy Hill, Mount Nasty and Steep Peek in a heart-pounding race against the clock. Challenge the moguls and execute trick jumps. You’ll find SLALOM...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 1, 1990
It's a race to the moon! But first you must travel through 11 levels of adventure. Hurtling anvils, exploding Nibbley Pibbleys, flying carpets, ferocious 3-D terrain, plus BIGFOOT and more! The action is non-stop. The challenge is terrific. Help Rattle and Roll, the two snakes, make their way up the perilous mountain. Gobble up Nibbley Pibbleys to gain enough weight to advance to the next level. Defeat enemies while you gather points, food, and extra lives along the way. Play alone or with a friend, and get ready to Snake Rattle N Roll.
Sega Genesis - Released - October 1, 1993
Bigfoot's fiendish Footmen have stolen the magic flag from the planet Serpentine! The two brave recruits - Rattle and Roll - have been chosen to battle Bigfoot's army and retrieve the magic flag. 3-D game screens and movement give game play a new level of excitement!
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 1, 1991
When Sonia Snake is kidnapped by the Nasty Nibbler, only two snakes can save her! It's up to Attila and Genghis to eat their way through sixteen tricky stages as they avoid nasty traps and open the exits by standing on the scales to open the exit door. Sneaky Snakes is a pseudo-sequel to the NES game Snake, Rattle 'n Roll. However, instead of an isometric playfield, the game is this time a standard sidescrolling platformer. Players can play as Attila (or link up and play simultaneously with a friend as Genghis) through various devious levels. The goal of each level is to eat enough Nibbleys...
Arcade - Released - 1990
Solar Jetman was produced by Rare and Zippo Games in 1990. It was published by Nintendo of America as part of their PlayChoice-10 arcade system. The golden warpship was once the most powerful ship in the galactic fleet. But the ship was captured by aliens, and its parts scattered throughout twelve different worlds. On each world deadly aliens, booby traps, black holes, and extreme gravitational forces guard the parts. It is now up to Solar Jetman to land on each of the worlds and retrieve all the parts so the golden warpship may be reassembled. At the beginning of each world, Solar...
Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 23, 2002
Out of the cockpit and into epic adventure! At the far edge of the Lylat system, an army of diabolic dinosaurs has shattered the tranquil world of Dinosaur Planet. The future looks bleak... until Fox McCloud enters the fray. For the first time in his legendary career, fox leaves his Arwing to battle enemies hand to hand with an enchanted staff of untold powers. In the biggest challenge in Team Star Fox's history, he'll wield weapons and magic against massive bosses, fly Arwing missions, and explore vast prehistoric lands. He'll need all the help he can get from old teammates Slippy and...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1990
Your shuttle commander has been trapped in a dimensional maze in space, and you must use your glove to throw an energy ball at the walls in order to advance. The walls in each maze room you encounter are filled with blocks. Using your Power Glove, you have to entirely break down a wall before being allowed to advance to the next room.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 1, 1991
Super R.C. Pro-Am is a racing video game that is similar to its predecessor, R.C. Pro-Am, for the NES. In the game, players race remote control cars on a series of tracks. It can be played solo, with two-players via the Game Link Cable, or with three or four players via the Four Player Adapter. The game features 24 different tracks of increasing difficulty, and the object is to finish in the top three in order to qualify to race in the next track. Players who do not finish in the top three may use a continue and retry the track; players get three continues, and the game ends when the player...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1989
Turn the Nintendo Entertainment System into a tarot card deck with Taboo: The Sixth Sense. Write down a questions via the controller, and after a shuffling of cards, the game will attempt to predict your future. Some fortunes may be positive, offering wealth, fame and power. Other fortunes may warn the player to take care and use caution in future events. After the final card is revealed, the player has an option to choose their lucky numbers. Obviously, Taboo: The Sixth Sense is meant for entertainment purposes only, and should be taken as such.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1990
It is the year 2999, and warriors from the planet Drakkon are launching a savage attack on Earth. Their weapon: a powerful time travel device. Their objective: to control us by changing the course of our history. To win this war, we must meet the Drakkons on a unique and dangerous battleground: our own past! You are a fearless fortune-hunter, hired by desperate scientists for an experimental journey into the 4th dimension. Your code name is Time Lord. Your mission: blast into the past to save the present from certain doom! Battle the aliens in four historical time zones. Search for weapons...
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - November 11, 2006
Attract and tame your favourite Piñatas. There are more than 60 species that roam wild on Piñata Island. Personalise everything from the grass at your feet to the hat on your Piñata's head. Welcome to Piñata Island, enjoy your stay!
Nintendo DS - Released - September 8, 2008
Bringing a vibrant and engaging gaming experience to the Windows platform, Viva Pinata appeals to kids, adults, casual gamers and enthusiasts alike. This uniquely customizable and social game rewards and challenges all players regardless of their skill level and presents a customizable, social and spontaneous experience in which gamers play an absolutely crucial role. The Viva Pinata world is an evolving paradise teeming with fantastic living pinata creatures and vibrant plant life, all determined by the player's choices and actions.