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Baku Baku

Baku Baku

Sega Saturn - Released - November 10, 1995

The Minister approaches the King to tell him that his only daughter, the Princess, wants a new pet. But the King says she already has too many, and she can't take care of so many animals. Thus the Minister purposes a contest of skill and daring to select the Royal Zookeeper. Master Piggy then sends his pupil, Polly, to participate in the contest. Baku Baku Animal/Baku Baku is a variation on the very often copied Tetris type of game. The game has three different play modes: practice, normal and hard. It also can be played by two players against each other (except for the Master System...

Baku Baku Animal

Baku Baku Animal

Arcade - Released - 1995

The Minister approaches the King to tell him that his only daughter, the Princess, wants a new pet. But the King says she already has too many, and she can't take care of so many animals. Thus the Minister purposes a contest of skill and daring to select the Royal Zookeeper. Master Piggy then sends his pupil, Polly, to participate in the contest. Baku Baku Animal is a variation on the very often copied Tetris type of game. The game has three different play modes: practice, normal and hard. It also can be played by two players against each other (except for the Master System version). The...

Dirt Devils

Dirt Devils

Sega Model 3 - Released - 1998

Get behind the wheel of one of five super cars and experience the feel and strategy or real dirt racing. Hold on tight as you slide your super-charged off-road vehicle through unbelievably sharp turns, bottom-out in huge potholes, fly through dual level intersections, navigate through watery swamps, and attempt driving at night with only your headlights to guide you. A rear view mirror and on-board radar screen help you keep track of your competition, as you race for glory, on one of the 3 heart pounding courses. All this, while smashing into your opponents car(s) and collection valuable...

Dirt Devils

Dirt Devils

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1998

Get behind the wheel of one of five super cars and experience the feel and strategy or real dirt racing. Hold on tight as you slide your super-charged off-road vehicle through unbelievably sharp turns, bottom-out in huge potholes, fly through dual level intersections, navigate through watery swamps, and attempt driving at night with only your headlights to guide you. A rear view mirror and on-board radar screen help you keep track of your competition, as you race for glory, on one of the 3 heart pounding courses. All this, while smashing into your opponents car(s) and collection valuable...

Dynamic Country Club

Dynamic Country Club

Arcade - 1991

Dynamic Country Club is a golf simulation game featuring an original course with a full 18 holes, as well as several standard modes including Tournament, Stroke Play for up to four players, Match Play for up to two players, and a four-player cooperative mode called Foursome. Outside of the main game modes, there is a so-called Warming Up mode where the player can pick a hole to practice in a variety of ways, including practicing shots from numerous locations on and off the fairway. In addition, there is also a dictionary mode where a wide range of golf terms are explained in...

Kaizen Channel Mars TV

Kaizen Channel Mars TV

Sega Naomi - Released - December 1, 1999

This game involves groups of three players who compete in a series of TV quiz shows held on Mars. In order to become the most famous contestant, you must win the various mini-games on offer.

Last Bronx

Last Bronx

Sega Saturn - Released - August 1, 1997

The leader of Soul Crew, the toughest gang in Tokyo, was viciously killed. Shortly after that an anonymous challenge appeared in graffiti scrawls all over the city "inviting" all of the city's gang leaders to a fighting tournament that will settle which group has the power to rule Tokyo. Everyone knew refusing to participate was not an option. Just like in Virtua Fighter 2, you fight in 3D stages and every character has its unique style and feel. But unlike the PC version of Virtua Fighter 2, where the background of every stage is a flat picture, in Last Bronx all the scenery is done in 3D....

Last Bronx

Last Bronx

Arcade - Released - 1996

Last Bronx (ラストブロンクス -東京番外地-, Rasuto Buronkusu ~Tōkyō Bangaichi~) is a 3D fighting video game developed by Sega AM3 on the Sega Model 2 mainboard. It is one of the first motion captured 3D weapon fighting games released in Japanese game centers in 1996; the other was Soul Edge. Home versions of Last Bronx were produced for the contemporary Sega Saturn and Windows systems. In Japan, Last Bronx was novelized and serialized into comics and radio drama. A VHS video documenting the motion capture process used for the game and introducing the characters was released in 1996. A year later, Takashi...

The Lost World: Jurassic Park

The Lost World: Jurassic Park

Arcade - Released - September 1, 1997

See, hear, feel and submerge yourself into the action of the long awaited hit movie The Lost World: Jurassic Park! • The first ever Model 3 3D shooting game offering 1,000,000 polygons per second, full textured mapping and 60 frames per second! • Intense mind-boggling graphics displayed on a 50" medium-resolution Mitsubishi monitor and awesome 4 speaker surround sound system hurls you right into the action. • Two Power Bar Options... collect 3 standard power bars and increase your life or collect 1 special "S" power bar and you automatically increase your life. • 14 Dinosaurs and 5...

Sega Rally 2006

Sega Rally 2006

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 12, 2006

Sega Rally 2006 is an rally racing game featuring a career, arcade, and a time attack mode. In the main career mode, players follow a daily schedule, with some days set aside for preparing their car or practicing for an upcoming event. Players select from a plethora of cars whose performance can be improved by spending earned prize money on them. The arcade mode features timed checkpoint racing against 14 other cars, while the time attack mode lets the player try to finish a race as fast as possible. The game also came packaged with the bonus disc Sega Rally Championship 1995.

Star Wars Arcade

Star Wars Arcade

Sega Model 1 - Released - 1993

Star Wars Arcade is a Sega Model 1 arcade game developed by Sega AM3 and LucasArts, and published by Sega in 1993. It was also brought to the Sega 32X in 1994 and sold as a launch title for the system. During development the Model 1 version was known as Virtua Star Wars. Like all Model 1 games, Star Wars Arcade is presented in 3D perspective. The player pilots various ships from the Star Wars universe including the X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters through various missions. Star Wars Arcade was followed by Star Wars Trilogy Arcade in 1998.

Top Skater

Top Skater

Arcade - Released - May 1, 1997

The first high tech skateboard simulator hits the streets with full body racing action! Perform difficult moves like the pros, without breaking your appendages. Players can use their entire body to maneuver through ultra-challenging skateboarding courses... this is not a video game its a spectator sport! Choose from six unique characters with individual style and personality. Includes all the hard-core skateboard moves: kick flips, 180-degree turns, 360 flips, indy nose bones, Oilies and more!

Virtua Tennis 3

Virtua Tennis 3

Sony PSP - Released - March 26, 2007

Virtua Tennis 3 features 20 international tennis stars like Roger Federer, Lindsay Davenport or Maria Sharapova against which you need to compete in the heart of the game: The World Tour. You create your own character and play to reach the number one rank on the world ranking list. Virtua Tennis 3 is not a simulation like Top Spin 2 and only needs three buttons to perform all possible shot. Still time needs to be invested in training the character through several mini-games in which need you to hit a circle on the other side of the net or defeat aliens by hitting them with returns. You...

Winter Heat

Winter Heat

Sega Saturn - Released - November 30, 1997

Winter Heat is the home conversion of the DecAthlete (also known as Athlete Kings) sequel, replacing decathlon by Winter sports. Competition (in Arcade, Saturn or Practice modes) includes 11 events featuring eight athletes of different nationalities - Li Huang, Karl Vain, Joe Kudou, Ellen Reggiani, Aleksei Rigel and Rick Blade are joined by B.B. (replacing Jef Jansens, who appears as a secret athlete) and Johann Stensen (instead of Femi Kadiena). The game is a typical Winter-sports game, in the line of those released by Epyx but with a more arcade feel. The events include: Speed Skiing: A...

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