Sega AM1

Air Rescue

Air Rescue

Arcade - Released - April 1, 1992

Air Rescue is based on the game Choplifter but from a 1st person perspective as you must fly your helicopter into enemy territory and rescue stranded soldiers. You must take off from your base and fly to a landing site where your men are waiting. On the way you will encounter soldiers and a range of vehicles which need blasting and destroying with either your cannon or missiles. When you land you must wait for the men to run towards you and board while under fire. You can only carry eight and on later Missions this means multiple trips. Once your helicopter is full you must fly back to your...

Air Rescue

Air Rescue

Sega System 32 - Released - 1992

Air Rescue is a Sega arcade game released in 1992 (which runs on Sega System 32 hardware). A Sega Master System game of the same name was released later in 1992, but had little in common with the arcade version. The two games have been seen as an attempt to continue the legacy of Choplifter, which Sega had adapted into a hit arcade game, without access to the brand itself.

Alien 3: The Gun

Alien 3: The Gun

Sega System 32 - Released - 1993

Use your machine guns to blast away at the aliens. Using cabinet mounted guns you and another player blast away the Aliens in an attempt to save the prison planet. You are also given a limited number of grenades to use when the going gets tough. The gameplay is very close to Sega’s other lightgun games from the period such as Gunblade and Jurassic Park. This game was based on the movie of the same name.

Brave Firefighters: Real Life Heroes

Brave Firefighters: Real Life Heroes

Arcade - Released - 1999

An electrical fault has caused the WhiteHead Hotel to go up in flames, trapping Mayor Taylor and his family inside. The object of the game is to extinguish the fires and progress through the building in order to rescue the mayor. Fires may be extinguished by pushing the "drainage" button on the hose controller to release a stream of water. Continuous use of this button depletes the player's Water Gauge and decreases the distance and power of the water stream. The "nozzle" of the hose can also be twisted to create a powerful fog stream that can be used to extinguish nearby fires and flying...

Bullet

Bullet

Arcade - Released - 1987

Bullet is an overhead run'n'gun twin-stick shooter for up to three players, set in a dark future. The left joystick will move your character around while the right joystick will make your character fire in the pressed direction, allowing you to move and shoot freely in different directions. Teenage resistance fighters Emmy, Fred and Chris have to go down through the six levels - ranging from destroyed city streets through subway tunnels, sewers, underground tunnels and so on - and defeat the before reaching the elevator to the next level, in order to reach and bring down the Robot Master...

Bullet

Bullet

Sega System 16

Bullet is an overhead run'n'gun twin-stick shooter for up to three players, set in a dark future. The left joystick will move your character around while the right joystick will make your character fire in the pressed direction, allowing you to move and shoot freely in different directions. Teenage resistance fighters Emmy, Fred and Chris have to go down through the six levels - ranging from destroyed city streets through subway tunnels, sewers, underground tunnels and so on - and defeat the before reaching the elevator to the next level, in order to reach and bring down the Robot Master...

Columns '97

Sega ST-V - Released - 1996

Columns '97 is a match-three puzzle video game. Very little has changed in Columns '97 when compared to earlier entries in the series, however predictably the graphics and sound have seen an update.

Critter Crusher

Critter Crusher

Sega ST-V - Released - 1995

Critter Crusher, known as Tatakot (タタコット) in Japan, is a whack-a-mole game.

Daytona USA: Special Edition

Daytona USA: Special Edition

Arcade - Released - 1996

An incredibly popular racing game. The first game to come out on Sega Model 2 hardware, worth mentioning above and beyond anything else due to the fact that it is the number one grossing game of all time. Daytona also caused and still causes a problem in the arcade industry, Sega had come up with such a 'killer app' that no other game from them or any other company since has matched it in terms of profitability, leading to the phrase heard from most site operators, 'It's no Daytona'. This game contains statues of Sonic the Hedgehog and Jeffrey from "Virtua Fighter". Daytona USA was...

Die Hard Arcade

Die Hard Arcade

Sega ST-V - Released - 1996

Die Hard Arcade, known as Dynamite Deka (ダイナマイト刑事) in Japan, is a 3D arcade beat-em up for two players, who play as either John McClane or Chris Tompsen (Bruno Delinger and Cindy Holiday in the original Japanese version). Players fight their way through waves of enemies, using their fists, feet, and a variety of weapons that can be collected from enemies or the environment, from household items such as brooms and pepper shakers to high-damage missile launchers and anti-tank cannons. Quick Time Events are interspersed between many of the scenes. The typical level structure is a number of...

Die Hard Arcade

Die Hard Arcade

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1996

Die Hard Arcade is a beat 'em up for two players, who play as either John McClane or Chris Tompsen (Bruno Delinger and Cindy Holiday in the original Japanese version). Players fight their way through waves of enemies, using their fists, feet, and a variety of weapons that can be collected from enemies or the environment, from household items such as brooms and pepper shakers to high-damage missile launchers and anti-tank cannons. Most weapons are automatically lost at the end of each action scene, but hand guns can be retained so long as they have ammunition remaining. The typical level...

Dynamite Baseball

Dynamite Baseball

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1996

Dynamite Baseball (ダイナマイトベースボール) is a baseball game released for Sega Model 2 arcade hardware.

Dynamite Baseball 97

Dynamite Baseball 97

Sega Model 2 - Released - April 1, 1997

Dynamite Baseball 97 (ダイナマイトベースボール97) is an arcade 3-D baseball game only released in Japan and the sequel to Dynamite Baseball.

Dynamite Baseball 97

Dynamite Baseball 97

Arcade - Released - 1997

Dynamite Baseball 97 (ダイナマイトベースボール97) is an arcade 3-D baseball game only released in Japan and the sequel to Dynamite Baseball.

Dynamite Baseball NAOMI

Dynamite Baseball NAOMI

Sega Naomi - Released - 1998

Dynamite Cop

Arcade - Released - October 31, 1999

Dynamite Cop is a 3D beat 'em up for up to two players in which players play as either Bruno Delinger, Jean Ivy, or Eddie Brown and fight through levels on board a cruise ship and on a deserted island to save the President's daughter from a band of modern-day pirates led by Wolf "White Fang" Hongo, the main antagonist from the first game. The classic Sega arcade game Tranquilizer Gun (1980) is included as a bonus game on the Dreamcast version. Clearing all missions will enable you to play Tranquilizer Gun an unlimited number of times.

Dynamite Cop

Dynamite Cop

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1998

Dynamite Cop, known as Dynamite Deka 2 (ダイナマイト刑事2) in Japan, is a beat-'em-up game created by Sega AM1. It was released for all three versions of the Sega Model 2 arcade hardware in 1998 (the only game to run on all Model 2 boards) before subsequently being ported to the Sega Dreamcast the following year. It is a sequel to Die Hard Arcade (Dynamite Deka in Japan), though unlike its predecessor, lacks the Die Hard film license. It was soon followed up by Asian Dynamite.

Ejihon Tantei Jimusyo

Ejihon Tantei Jimusyo

Sega ST-V - Released - 1995

Ejihon Tantei Jimusho (エジホン探偵事務所) is a 1995 arcade game in which you use a magnifying glass to find clues to solve a mystery.

Flash Point

Arcade - Released - 1989

Flash Point is a Tetris like puzzle game game, however, instead of the goal of trying to remove blocks from the screen and so clearing lines, one must remove specific flashing blocks in a set of already pre-placed blocks as fast as possible. Play solo, or head to head against a second player.

Flash Point

Flash Point

Sega System 16 - Released

Flash Point is a Tetris like puzzle game game, however, instead of the goal of trying to remove blocks from the screen and so clearing lines, one must remove specific flashing blocks in a set of already pre-placed blocks as fast as possible. Play solo, or head to head against a second playe

Get Bass: Sega Bass Fishing

Get Bass: Sega Bass Fishing

Sega Model 3 - December 1, 1997

Bass Fishing is an arcade fishing game where players attempt hook and reel in fish with different lures. Consisting of four stages at different times of the day, the player is expected to catch a certain weight of fish within a time limit before moving onto the next stage. The final stage allows only for one fish to be captured, but are among the largest in the game and most difficult to catch. Fish are measured under four weight classes: Small One, Average, Big One, and Huge.

Get Bass: Sega Bass Fishing

Arcade - Released - December 1, 1997

Bass Fishing is an arcade fishing game where players attempt hook and reel in fish with different lures. Consisting of four stages at different times of the day, the player is expected to catch a certain weight of fish within a time limit before moving onto the next stage. The final stage allows only for one fish to be captured, but are among the largest in the game and most difficult to catch. Fish are measured under four weight classes: Small One, Average, Big One, and Huge.

Golden Axe: The Duel

Golden Axe: The Duel

Sega ST-V - Released - 1995

Many years have passed since the last war with Death Adder. But, as memories of those dark times begin to fade, another war is beginning. Out of the mists of time, a magical axe is discovered. The legend of the axe is well known throughout the land, for it is told that this axe is the very one which Gillius Thunderhead used to slay Death Adder. Over time, the powers of the axe have grown. It is said that the artifact can grant its owner anything his or her heart desires. Young and old, good and evil, many are drawn towards the power of the weapon. Thus begins the war of the Golden Axe.

Hang-On Jr.

Hang-On Jr.

Arcade - Released - 1985

Hang-On Jr. is a stripped down version of Hang-On made to run for Sega System E hardware. Though the gameplay is largely the same, the courses are slightly different and there are huge cutbacks in terms of music and graphics.

Harley-Davidson & L.A. Riders

Harley-Davidson & L.A. Riders

Arcade - December 1, 1997

In Harley-Davidson & L.A. Riders, the player rides one of five Harley-Davidson models. The objective is to complete a series of checkpoints around Los Angeles under a time limit. The objective is similar to the later Sega arcade game, Crazy Taxi (1999).

Harley-Davidson & L.A. Riders

Harley-Davidson & L.A. Riders

Sega Model 3 - 1997

In Harley-Davidson & L.A. Riders, the player rides one of five Harley-Davidson models. The objective is to complete a series of checkpoints around Los Angeles under a time limit. The objective is similar to the later Sega arcade game, Crazy Taxi (1999).

Harley-Davidson: King of the Road

Harley-Davidson: King of the Road

Arcade - Released - February 5, 2009

Harley-Davidson: King of the Road (ハーレー ダビッドソン キング オブ ザ ロード) is a motorcycle game released for Sega Lindbergh arcade hardware in 2009. It is the second Harley-Davidson-inspired arcade game to be produced by Sega, following 1997's Harley-Davidson & L.A. Riders.

Heavy Metal

Heavy Metal

Arcade - Released - 1985

Heavy Metal is a shoot-'em-up game released by Sega in 1985 for Sega System 2 hardware. You ride a tank shooting enemies in 8 directions.

The House of the Dead

The House of the Dead

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1997

The House of the Dead (ザ・ハウス・オブ・ザ・デッド) is a light-gun game initially developed for Sega Model 2C CRX hardware in 1996. It is the first in the The House of the Dead series, and was ported to the Sega Saturn and Windows PC in 1998 due to its success. The game is a rail shoot-em-up, where you must shoot zombies.

The House of the Dead 2

The House of the Dead 2

Sega Naomi - Released - November 20, 1998

The House of the Dead 2 is a first-person light gun shooter arcade game with a horror theme and the second game in The House of the Dead series of video games, developed by Sega for arcades in 1998 and later ported to the Dreamcast and Microsoft Windows, and also found on the Xbox as an unlockable bonus in The House of the Dead III. The game appears in the compilation The House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return for Wii. The Dreamcast version became a Sega All Stars title.

The House of the Dead 2

The House of the Dead 2

Arcade - Released - November 20, 1998

The House of the Dead 2 is a rail shooter light gun game. It incorporates a branching path system that allows players to take a variety of different routes leading to the same point in the game's story.

House of the Dead 4

Sega CD 32X - Released - 2013

Indy 500

Indy 500

Arcade - July 15, 1995

Indy 500 is a 1995 arcade racing game by SEGA Japan. It follows the format of previous driving games such as Daytona USA. It includes the famous Indianapolis 500. Players can race one of three courses.

INDY 500 Twin

INDY 500 Twin

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1995

Indy 500 Twin is a racing game developed by Sega AM1 and published by Sega in arcades for the Sega Model 2B CRX arcade platform in 1995. It is based upon the annual Indianapolis 500 race held in Indiana, US, and in some respects is seens an evolution of the earlier Virtua Racing. Indy 500 Twin (a twin cabinet for two players) is the standard version of the game. There also exists a single player cabinet.

Initial D Arcade Stage 7 AA X

Initial D Arcade Stage 7 AA X

Arcade - Released - November 28, 2012

The 7th game in the long running Initial D Arcade Stage arcade racing game series developed by Sega, based on the anime and manga Initial D. This entry includes the new Operation Kanto Tag Battle mode where you and a friend can tag-team rival characters, with one racing uphill and the other racing downhill.

Last Survivor

Last Survivor

Arcade - Released - 1989

Last Survivor is one of the first examples of a 3D third-person shooter, and involves players traversing a maze shooting at opponents. It pre-dates experiments by id Software (often credited for inventing the first person shooter genre) by two years. It relies on rotary joystick controllers, and had then-revolutionary ray-casting graphics. As an early example of the genre, its gameplay is slower and less fluid than modern third person shooters.

Le Mans 24

Le Mans 24

Sega Model 3 - Released - 1997

Take on the Le Mans endurance racing challenge! Join one of the 25 factory teams take one of the over 50 vehicles (designed with assistance of actual teams) on the eight different LeMans circuits. The actual wear and tear are simulated. Tire wear, oil and fuel consumptions... Day and night and back to day driving.

Le Mans 24

Le Mans 24

Arcade - 1997

Take on the LeMans endurance racing challenge! Join one of the 25 factory teams take one of the over 50 vehicles (designed with assistance of actual teams) on the eight different LeMans circuits. The actual wear and tear are simulated. Tire wear, oil and fuel consumptions... Day and night and back to day driving.

Let's Go Island 3D: Lost on the Island of Tropics

Let's Go Island 3D: Lost on the Island of Tropics

Arcade - Released - 2011

Let's Go Island: Lost In the Tropics is a Sega light gun sequel game to the 2009 game, Let's Go Jungle: Lost on the Island of Spice. The game follows the story of Beth and her bumbling tour guide, Zack. While out on a boat tour around the island, pirates being chased by sharks crash into their boat and try to commandeer it. The two are thrown overboard and wash ashore on a tropical island, where the local wildlife has gone crazy. Beth and Zack must work together if they hope to escape the island. The game follows many of the same conventions as the original games, mixing arcade shooting...

Let's Go Island: Lost on the Island of Tropics

Let's Go Island: Lost on the Island of Tropics

Arcade - Released - 2010

Let's Go Island: Lost On the Island of Tropics is a Sega arcade game that was released in the mid-2011. It's a sequel to Let's Go Jungle!: Lost on the Island of Spice. Taking place on a Pacific island, the protagonists are a goofball New Zealander guide called Zack and a nerdy Canadian girl called Beth. While on a tour, their tour boat collides with another boat with a small group of pirates landing on the boat and are being chased by sharks after landing in the sea, there the captain is killed by a giant squid. But they manage to escape from it, they must go to the airport in order to get...

Line of Fire

Line of Fire

Arcade - Released - 1989

Unusually, this Operation Wolf-influenced shoot 'em up sees you start behind enemy lines, and gradually attempting to escape. As you've captured the Rapier machine gun your enemy have been developing, there are plenty who can't bear to see the back of you unless it's bloodied and lifeless. The game's 8 levels feature quite a variety of settings, vehicles and situations. You will have to evade fire from snipers based in windows, enemy jets, helicopters and well-trained marines, while riding tanks and speedboats as well as being on foot. The levels are set in locations such as the enemy camp,...

Motor Raid: DX

Motor Raid: DX

Arcade - Released - October 1, 1997

Motor Raid (モーターレイド) is a Sega Model 2 arcade game by Sega AM1. It is a racing game, in which the player rides futuristic motorbikes across different planets. The player can also hit his/her opponents. Most (if not all) Motor Raid units were sold as conversion kits for Manx TT Super Bike, making this game somewhat rare. The twin cabinet version is the standard version of the game. Up to 4 "twin" cabinets may be linked together for 8 player gameplay. The Deluxe ("DX") version has only a single rider cabinet but a larger monitor. The "DX" and "twin" cabinets can not be linked.

Motor Raid: Twin

Motor Raid: Twin

Arcade - Released - October 1, 1997

Motor Raid (モーターレイド) is a Sega Model 2 arcade game by Sega AM1. It is a racing game, in which the player rides futuristic motorbikes across different planets. The player can also hit his/her opponents. Most (if not all) Motor Raid units were sold as conversion kits for Manx TT Super Bike, making this game somewhat rare. The twin cabinet version is the standard version of the game. Up to 4 "twin" cabinets may be linked together for 8 player gameplay. The Deluxe ("DX") version has only a single rider cabinet but a larger monitor. The "DX" and "twin" cabinets can not be linked.

Motor Raid: Twin

Motor Raid: Twin

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1997

Motor Raid (モーターレイド) is a Sega Model 2 arcade game by Sega AM1. It is a racing game, in which the player rides futuristic motorbikes across different planets. The player can also hit his/her opponents. Most (if not all) Motor Raid units were sold as conversion kits for Manx TT Super Bike, making this game somewhat rare. The twin cabinet version is the standard version of the game. Up to 4 "twin" cabinets may be linked together for 8 player gameplay. The Deluxe ("DX") version has only a single rider cabinet but a larger monitor. The "DX" and "twin" cabinets can not be linked.

OutRunners

OutRunners

Sega System 32 - May 15, 1992

OutRunners (アウトランナーズ) is a racing video game developed by Sega and AM1 and released in Japan, Europe, and North America in 1992 . It constitutes the third release in the arcade OutRun series and was ported to the Mega Drive in 1994.

OutRunners

OutRunners

Arcade - Released - May 1, 1993

Outrunners is a driving game that allows you to go on a world tour of various stages. Follow the selected drive course by choosing one out of the 8 different type cars whose characteristics such as perspectives, power, transmission, steering wheel manoeuvrability, etc. are different. Appealing to young chouples who drive in a stylish manner, players who skillfully make turns at the corners, and so on, amid the beautiful sceneries throughout the world, this game is sure to enhance the activation of the locations.

Puzzle & Action: Sando-R

Sega ST-V - Released - 1995

Puzzle & Action: Treasure Hunt, known as Puzzle & Action: 2do Arukoto ha Sand-R (2度あることはサンドア~ル) in Japan, is the third game in the Puzzle & Action series of minigames, being a sequel to Puzzle & Action: Tant-R and Puzzle & Action: Ichidant-R. It stands as the only entry in the series to be released in an English-speaking territory.

Puzzle & Action: Treasure Hunt

Puzzle & Action: Treasure Hunt

Sega ST-V - Released - 1995

Puzzle & Action: Treasure Hunt, known in Japan as Puzzle & Action: Nidoarukoto wa Sand-R (2度あることはサンドア〜ル), and as Puzzle & Action: Sand-R (サンドアール Sando Āru), is a puzzle video game released for the Sega Titan Video in 1995. Puzzle & Action: Treasure Hunt is the third and final installment in the Puzzle & Action series, after Puzzle & Action: Tant-R and Puzzle & Action: Ichidant-R. Like the previous games, players play a series of timed mini games to overcome enemies. Two players are supported.

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Sega Saturn - Released - September 27, 1996

Set in a fictionalized version of the Taishō period, the game follows the exploits of the Imperial Combat Revue, a military unit dedicated to fighting supernatural threats against Tokyo while maintaining their cover as a theater troupe. Imperial Japanese Navy Ensign Ichiro Ogami is assigned as leader of its all-female Flower Division, a group of women with magical abilities which defends Tokyo against demon attacks using steam-powered armor called Koubu. He becomes embroiled in both the group's latest conflict with the Hive of Darkness and the personal lives of its members.

SDI: Strategic Defense Initiative

SDI: Strategic Defense Initiative

Sega System 16

Nuclear war has begun. Attack your enemies then defend your home. In the first part (offensive), destroy anything on the screen. All flying objects are targets. You cannot hurt the other player. In the second part (defensive), nuclear bombs are headed towards your home. Shoot them before they reach their targets.

SDI: Strategic Defense Initiative

SDI: Strategic Defense Initiative

Arcade - Released - 1987

Nuclear war has begun. Attack your enemies then defend your home. In the first part (offensive), destroy anything on the screen. All flying objects are targets. You cannot hurt the other player. In the second part (defensive), nuclear bombs are headed towards your home. Shoot them before they reach their targets.

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 26: Dynamite Deka

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 26: Dynamite Deka

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 27, 2006

Emulated versions of both the arcade and Saturn versions of the 3D brawler Die Hard Arcade in which up to 2 players take on the role of spec-ops cops tasked with clearing a sky scrapper of terrorists and rescuing the president's daughter being held there. Game modes available include Arcade (with enhanced graphics) and Saturn, as well as an Easy mode that can be completed in a manner of minutes. Additional game modes and costumes can be unlocked and as a completely unrelated bonus you get an emulated version of SEGA's first game: Periscope as well as a complete image gallery with concept...

Sega Bass Fishing

Sega Bass Fishing

Sega Model 3 - Released - December 1, 1997

Bass Fishing is an arcade fishing game where players attempt hook and reel in fish with different lures. Consisting of four stages at different times of the day, the player is expected to catch a certain weight of fish within a time limit before moving onto the next stage. The final stage allows only for one fish to be captured, but are among the largest in the game and most difficult to catch. Fish are measured under four weight classes: Small One, Average, Big One, and Huge.

Sega Golden Gun

Sega Golden Gun

Arcade - Released - January 1, 2010

Sega Golden Gun is a light gun game released by Sega in 2010 for Sega RingWide hardware. It was developed by Sega of China, by the same team responsible for the The House of the Dead series. Many of the game's assets, including the engine itself, were ported directly from The House of the Dead 4.

Sega Ski Super G

Sega Ski Super G

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1996

Sega Ski Super G (セガスキー・スーパーG) is an arcade ski racing game released for Sega Model 2 hardware. It was followed by the similar Ski Champ in 1998. Players steer their racer by standing on "skis" which can both pivot left/right in a horizontal plane, as well as tilt to simulate edging. Metal "ski poles" are held on to for balance.

Sega Strike Fighter

Sega Strike Fighter

Sega Naomi - Released - November 1, 2000

As the pilot of an F/A-18 Hornet, a player embarks on a multitude of hair raising missions. These missions range from basic training to full fledged air-to-air and air-to-ground engagements. This game was released in two cabinet styles Deluxe and Standard. Both models have rudder pedals, throttle with a button for air brake, and flight stick with trigger guns and thumb button missles. However, the Deluxe model is slightly larger and is styled much like the cockpit of a fighter. It has three monitors one for forward headsupdisplay view and two that act as window views for left and right. The...

Sega Strike Fighter

Sega Strike Fighter

Arcade - Released - November 1, 2000

As the pilot of an F/A-18 Hornet, a player embarks on a multitude of hair raising missions. These missions range from basic training to full fledged air-to-air and air-to-ground engagements. This game was released in two cabinet styles Deluxe and Standard. Both models have rudder pedals, throttle with a button for air brake, and flight stick with trigger guns and thumb button missles. However, the Deluxe model is slightly larger and is styled much like the cockpit of a fighter. It has three monitors one for forward headsupdisplay view and two that act as window views for left and right. The...

Sega Water Ski

Sega Water Ski

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1997

Sega Water Ski (セガ・ウォータースキー) is a Sega Model 2 arcade game which simulates water skiing. As a result, the player controls the game with their feet. It should not be confused with Water Ski, a much earlier arcade game by Taito. Sega Water Ski has never seen a home release.

Ski Champ

Ski Champ

Sega Model 3 - 1998

Sega's Ski Champ is an arcade downhill skiing game released in 1998 that runs on Sega Model 3 hardware and features a stand-up cabinet that simulates real skiing motions.

Sky Target

Sky Target

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1995

Sky Target (スカイターゲット) is a Sega Model 2A CRX arcade game developed by Sega AM1. Ports of the game were made for the Sega Saturn and in Japan, Windows PCs.

Super Major League

Super Major League

Arcade - Released - 1995

Super Major League, called Final Arch in Japan, is a 1995 arcade baseball game by Sega for the Sega Titan Video arcade system.

Super Major League

Super Major League

Sega ST-V - Released - 1995

Super Major League, called Final Arch in Japan, is a 1995 arcade baseball game by Sega for the Sega Titan Video arcade system.

Super Visual Soccer: Sega Cup

Super Visual Soccer: Sega Cup

Sega System 32

Super Visual Soccer, known as Super Visual Football in Europe and The J. League 1994 in Japan (in which it has a license to use teams from the Japanese J. League), is a football game for Sega System 32 arcade hardware.

Super Visual Soccer: Sega Cup

Super Visual Soccer: Sega Cup

Arcade - Released - 1994

Super Visual Soccer, known as Super Visual Football in Europe and The J. League 1994 in Japan (in which it has a license to use teams from the Japanese J. League), is a football game for Sega System 32 arcade hardware.

Taisen Tanto-R Sashissu!!

Taisen Tanto-R Sashissu!!

Sega ST-V - Released - 1998

Taisen Tanto-R Sasissu!! (対戦タントアール サシっす!!) is the final game in the Puzzle & Action series of minigames.

Tetris Giant

Tetris Giant

Arcade - Released - 2009

Tetris Giant, called Tetris Dekaris (テトリス・デカリス) in Japan, is a Tetris arcade game developed and published by Sega. It runs on Sega RingWide hardware. Little is currently known about this game - it is a redemption cabinet meaning tickets are awarded after scoring highly, and its unique selling point is the two oversized controllers (hence the "giant") which also experience force feedback when lines are cleared or games are lost.

Wave Runner

Wave Runner

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1996

WaveRunner (ウェーブランナー) is a waterski racing game released for Sega Model 2 arcade hardware. It was followed by WaveRunner GP.

Wing War

Wing War

Arcade - Released - 1994

Wing War (ウイングウォー) is an arcade game developed by Sega AM1. Released in 1994, it was the last game to use Sega Model 1 hardware. In the game, the player controls one of a variety of aircraft spanning from World War I to the present day, and he/she must battle a rival. A version compatible with the R360 cabinet also exists. A release was planned for the Sega 32X add-on, but was cancelled due to the system's low popularity. It means Wing War is the only Model 1 game not to receive a home port.

Wing War

Wing War

Sega Model 1 - Released - 1994

Wing War is an arcade game developed by Sega AM1. Released in 1994, it was the last game to use Sega Model 1 hardware. In the game, the player controls one of a variety of aircraft spanning from World War I to the present day, and he/she must battle a rival. A version compatible with the R360 cabinet also exists. A release was planned for the Sega 32X add-on, but was cancelled due to the system's low popularity. It means Wing War is the only Model 1 game not to receive a home port.

Zen Nippon Pro-Wrestling Featuring Virtua

Zen Nippon Pro-Wrestling Featuring Virtua

Sega ST-V - Released - 1997

The title of the game is mostly self-explanatory, as it is wrestling game with an all-Japanese cast of fighters. The game is licensed title, based on the real "All Japan Pro Wrestling" (Zen Nihon Puroresu) wrestling promotion. The "featuring Virtua"-part of the title is related to the implementation of Wolf and Jeffrey from the game Virtua Fighter as playable characters. Like Virtua Fighter, the graphics of the game are fully in 3D. The action is shown from changing perspectives. There is a large variety of moves available; apart from basic like attack or hold (which can also be modified...

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