Sony Playstation - Released - December 31, 1996
As No Remorse opens, a trio of Silencers—enigmatic super-soldiers—are returning from a botched mission in which they disobeyed an order to fire upon civilians who were (mistakenly) believed to be rebels. They are ambushed by a WEC mech, and two of the Silencers are killed. The remaining one, a nameless captain, (whom the player plays as), joins the Resistance, where, as a significant symbol of the WEC's military power and political philosophy, he meets with resentment, distrust and outright hatred. However, he uncomplainingly undertakes dangerous missions, often with substandard equipment, and...
Sony Playstation - Released - March 10, 1999
In Sesame Street: Elmo's Number Journey you assume the role of the cuddly red Muppet Elmo as you journey and explore three different fantasy worlds. These worlds are Cookie Monster's World, Count Von Count's Castle and Ernie's Carnival in the Park. You will begin your adventure on Sesame Street, where you will meet Sesame Street characters who invite you to visit their fantasy worlds to search for numbers and play games. Before you leave Sesame Street you can interact with the characters around you as well as visit Elmo's Room, where you can practice playing the game. While in Elmo's Room you...
Nintendo GameCube - Released - November 4, 2004
IntelliVision Lives! is a compilation of over sixty games that appeared on the IntelliVision game system in the early 1980's. You get over sixty games in several categories.
Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1996
Marvel Comics' stars Iron Man and X-O Manowar have teamed up to save the world from their ruthless enemies. Choose either character and get ready to blast through eight levels spanning multiple zones: Nuclear Plant, Stark Enterprises, New York City, Rain Forest, Isle, Drill Platform, Dromak Ship and Cyberspace. Each area is filled with troops such as Spider Alien Soldiers (armed with laser blasters) and various defenses including laser turrets, cannons and electrical traps. Luckily, both characters have a few moves at their disposal to combat these threats. Iron Man and X-O Manowar can fire...
Sega Pico - 1994
Magic Crayons intends to help the children to learn basic geometrical figures, colors and dexterity while coloring black&white scenes with the sensitive pen of the Pico system, placing geometrical forms, creating toys from different parts (choosing body, ears, eyes, etc...). A basic animation studio kit allows kids to create short cartoons.
Sega Pico - 1994
Tails, the double-tailed fox, takes children in a musical trip : they will discover many instruments, the basics of rhythm and tempo. An animated keyboard lets them play their own tracks, an special pinball shows the different percussion sounds. A basic editor using Sonic universe characters would even let them create their own cartoons, dubbed by their musical creation.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992
It's a New Word Order in video games as those Soviet Blocks fall again! Letter by letter, words fall together at your command. Horizontally. Vertically. Quickly. They clear. You score. The pace quickens. So does your mind - creating words you didn't even know existed! You await a letter for that Magic Word. (The one that scores big, then wipes the slate clean.) Suddenly, a Wild Card Block appears. You flip through the alphabet, drop that critical letter into place, and Ahhhh. You breathe again. And you are hooked - to the letter!