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Beavis and Butt-head

Beavis and Butt-head

Sega Game Gear - January 1, 1994

We were gonna go to this GWAR concert. Then Anderson's stupid dog, like, chewed up the tickets. Now you gotta help us find the pieces or somebody's gonna pay for it. Probably Beavis. Van Driessen tried to teach us, like, history. But we outsmarted him. Couch fishing rules. Unless there's something good on TV or something. Would you like flies to go with that mouseburger? Heh heh heh heh. At the Turbo Mall, you can meet wild creatures and stuff. Like us.

Crüe Ball: Heavy Metal Pinball

Crüe Ball: Heavy Metal Pinball

Sega Genesis - Released - September 1, 1992

ATTENTION HEADBANGERS! The Ultimate Heavy Metal Pinball Concert is about to begin! You just got front row tickets to a no-holds barred, totally rockin' Metalfest. It's up to you to blast the anti-rock forces and crank up the volume to the max. Crue Ball gives you a backstage pass to the ultimate pinball tour. Blistering soundtrack features three Motley Crue hits! Nine rippin' volume levels (that's play levels, dudes)! Special appearance by Motley Crue's Alister Fiend! Loads of skill shots and nasty enemies!

Def Jam: Icon

Def Jam: Icon

Sony Playstation 3 - March 6, 2007

Def Jam: Icon is a 3D fighting game, the third in Electronic Arts's Def Jam-licensed hip hop video game series. The game was developed by EA Chicago, the first Def Jam game not to be developed by AKI Corporation. Unlike the previous games in the series, the game's soundtrack is completely changeable. The game was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in March 2007.

Eye of the Beholder

Eye of the Beholder

Atari Lynx - Unreleased

Put your best fighters up front. Battle Axe wielding Skeletons are among the first horrors you'll encounter in 13 levels of mayhem. Will they be the last? These flinds aren't your friends. And they like to hunt in packs! Ever met a Kuo-Toa? It's an electrifying experience. Even more shocking is The Beholder himself, if you survive long enough to meet him. Don't forget to look behind you! Giant spiders like to watch you pass, then strike.

Hard Drivin'

Hard Drivin'

Atari Lynx - Released - 1991

Make sure you're strapped in tight--because Hard Drivin' means just that! Can you beat the clock on the hottest track going? Can you handle jumps, loops, and other stunts and still survive? Can you keep your speed at max without crashing? Yeah? Ok--but--can you take the title away from the Phantom Photon, the Hard Drivin' world's champion?

Hydra

Hydra

Atari Lynx - Released - 1992

Someone has to be a hero, and it might as well be you. In your super-advanced speedboat, you must deliver top-secret military equipment to various parts of the world. Fame and riches await you -- but so do pitfalls and danger!

NBA Live 2000

NBA Live 2000

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 17, 1999

Rim-Rockin', Take-Your-Soul-to-the-Hole Basketball! Jordan is back: Play Michael 1-on-1 and earn the right to play as Jordan and unlock him into the game! Prove it 1-on-1: Play as or against any current NBA player in the ultimate outdoor court challenge. All-new arcade mode: Over-the-top action, more monster dunks and all-new special effects! Quicker, cleaner moves: Work the crossover to perfection, take off for high-flying jams, or stop-and-pop a three-ball from downtown. Enhanced TV-style presentation: All-new camera angles and enhanced play-by-play for the ultimate live experience!

NBA Live 97

NBA Live 97

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1996

NBA Live is where players come to play. Real NBA competition. Real NBA skills and strategy. Real players. Like you. Right? 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 halfcourt games. 3-Point and Shoot Out competitions. 1996-97 updated rosters including rookies and over 300 NBA stars. All 29 NBA teams plus 2 NBA All-Star and 4 custom teams. Complete stats and ratings for all players, plus stat tracking during season play. Exhibition, Playoffs, and full 1996-97 NBA Schedule Season play.

NBA Live 97

NBA Live 97

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1996

NBA Live is where players come to play. Real NBA competition. Real NBA skills and strategy. Real players. Like you. Right? 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 halfcourt games. 3-Point and Shoot Out competitions. 1996-97 updated rosters including rookies and over 300 NBA stars. All 29 NBA teams plus 2 NBA All-Star and 4 custom teams. Complete stats and ratings for all players, plus stat tracking during season play. Exhibition, Playoffs, and full 1996-97 NBA Schedule Season play.

NBA Live 99

NBA Live 99

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 4, 1998

The Soul of Hoops comes to LIFE on the N64! Featuring classic NBA live gameplay, new high-flying Arcade mode, authentic high-res NBA arenas, All-Star action and 3-point shootouts! Real-life player reactions with Pro-Action AI. Real NBA motion captured moves. Create, trade, sign and release players. All the teams, all the players!

NBA Street

NBA Street

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 18, 2001

NBA stars take their skills to the streets--but out here, style and attitude win ball games. NBA Street lets you play in three-on-three basketball games that encourage flashy dunks, blocks, passes, and dribbles. The more you showboat, the greater your momentum meter becomes, thus boosting your team with a special game-breaking move. From East to West Coast, you'll compete against NBA stars, NBA legends, and street hoopsters while gaining points to unlock even more players.

PGA Tour 96

PGA Tour 96

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1995

PGA Tour 96 is a Sports game, developed by NuFX and published by Electronic Arts, which was released in Europe in 1995.

PGA Tour 96

PGA Tour 96

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - November 1, 1995

This game takes place during the 1995 PGA Tour season. The game features many professional golfing stars and various modes from stroke play to match play and even tournament mode. Golf clubs are assigned automatically by the caddy as the computer deems suitable for every lie and every situation.

Steel Talons

Steel Talons

Atari Lynx - Released - 1992

Steel Talons brought realism-oriented helicopter combat to the arcades, and later to home systems. The action is viewed from behind your helicopter, with the 3D polygon world rotating around you, taking in mountains, rivers and deserts. There are 12 missions in total, each of which requires you to destroy targets in a set time limit. There are also training and head-to-head (against a CPU-controlled drone) modes. You have a limited number of automatically-targeting missiles as well as a cannon. A tracking map tells you where you are on the level, and where the enemies are. Contact with...

Super Baseball 2020

Super Baseball 2020

Sega Genesis - Released - September 24, 1993

Different from real baseball and other baseball video games, this game consists of both male and female characters, as well as robots. All three types of players have the same basic abilities and vary only on their personal strengths. In many cases, human players are better than their robot counterparts. One major difference between the human and robot characters is that the robot characters can blow up (or lose all their power) if they are worked too hard during a game. That can happen if you constantly make them dive for a ball, run extra bases, or even if they get hit by a pitch. Under no...

Surf Ninjas

Surf Ninjas

Sega Game Gear - August 1, 1993

Surf Ninjas was created as a tie-on for the 1993 New Line Cinema movie of the same name and is loosely based on its content. The entire introduction of how the surfers discover they are the sons of a Patusani king is not mentioned and instead the player is thrown in the story as a ninja trainee right away. Colonel Chi wants to overthrow the kingdom and kill the last heirs, so he sends troops of ninjas to kill the two brothers. Players control one of the brothers as he travels through different locations such as the Palace restaurant, the docks at Venice (California), the island of Patu San...

Taz-Mania

Taz-Mania

Sega Game Gear - Released - October 1, 1992

Watch TAZ's dust! That spinning superstar with the short fuse and gigantic appetite! TAZ whirls across Tasmania, hunting for the lost giant seabird egg to make the world's largest omelet! TAZ gobbles up everything! Snacks like chilli peppers really burn up his enemies. The hungrier he is, the wilder he gets. Explosive TAZ blasts through multiple levels of high-energy adventure. He rides waterspouts, skids on ice and whizzes through mine shafts in a runaway cart! Villains from the Warner Bros. hit TV series join the mischief, including the Bush Rats, Francis X, Bushlad, Bull Gator and others.

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