Sega

005

005

Arcade - Released - December 1, 1981

005 is a 1981 arcade game by Sega, in which the player's mission is to take a briefcase of secret documents to a waiting helicopter. It is one of the first examples of a stealth game. The player controls a spy who must avoid the enemies as he makes his way through buildings and warehouses, where he will have to dodge the enemies' flashlights and use boxes as hiding spots.

10 Super Jogos

10 Super Jogos

Sega Genesis - Released - 1997

10 Super Jogos is a compilation of ten Sega Mega Drive games. It has thus far only been released in Brazilian and Asian markets. In Asia the compilation is known as Mega Games 10. Games included: California Games Columns Flicky Golden Axe Sega Soccer Sonic the Hedgehog Super Hang-On Streets of Rage Super Monaco GP The Revenge of Shinobi

16t

Sega Genesis - Released - 1991

16t is a 1991 action game for the Sega Mega Drive by Sega released exclusively on the Sega Game Toshokan service (and on the various compilations that package such games). You play as a computer programmer who goes into his bugged program to debug it by squishing the bugs with 16-ton weights. Levels are a series of platforms that wrap around both horizontally and vertically. A and C jump and B throws a 16-ton weight. You can only throw a certain number of weights at a time; the number is shown at the bottom of the screen. The level ends when you crush all the enemies. Getting crushed or...

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

Arcade - November 11, 2001

The main purpose is to make it to the finish line with your cargo within a given time. There are special vehicles that you can ram into that will add three seconds to your time. They look like purple Chevy Astro Vans. After Stage 1, the game gives the player a choice of trailer. One trailer is harder to haul, but provides a bigger payoff while the other choice is easier to haul but provides a smaller payoff. Money is deducted from the total when the trailer is hit.

2 Games in 1: Sonic Advance + ChuChu Rocket!

2 Games in 1: Sonic Advance + ChuChu Rocket!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 11, 2005

Double Pack: Sonic Advance & ChuChu Rocket! is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Sega and published by THQ, which was released in Europe in 2005.

2 Games in 1: Sonic Battle + Sonic Pinball Party

2 Games in 1: Sonic Battle + Sonic Pinball Party

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 11, 2005

Double Pack: Sonic Advance & ChuChu Rocket! is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Sega and published by THQ, which was released in Europe in 2005.

2 Games in 1: Sonic Battle + Sonic Pinball Party

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 11, 2005

Double Pack: Sonic Advance & ChuChu Rocket! is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Sega and published by THQ, which was released in Europe in 2005.

2do Arukotoha Sand-R

2do Arukotoha Sand-R

Sega Saturn - Released - May 4, 1996

2do Arukotoha Sand-R (2度あることはサンドア~ル) is a version of Puzzle & Action: Sand-R released for the Sega Saturn by CRI in 1996.

3-choume no Tama: Momo-chan wa Doko!

3-choume no Tama: Momo-chan wa Doko!

Sega Pico - Released - 1994

3-choume no Tama: Momo-chan wa Doko! is an Educational: Social game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1994.

3D Sonic the Hedgehog

3D Sonic the Hedgehog

Nintendo 3DS - December 5, 2013

The evil scientist, Dr. Eggman (aka Dr. Robotnik), has snatched the animals of South Island, turning them into robot slaves. Only one hero can defeat Dr. Eggman and rescue the animals from his vile clutches – it’s the super-cool hedgehog with the blue spiky hair, Sonic! Race at lightning speeds across seven classic zones as Sonic the Hedgehog. Run and spin through loop-de-loops as you collect rings and defeat enemies on your mission to save the world! In addition to its all-new 3D presentation, 3D Sonic The Hedgehog™ now features Zone Select and the classic Spin Dash move to help...

3D Streets of Rage

3D Streets of Rage

Nintendo 3DS - December 19, 2013

Take the fight to the streets! In the grips of a vicious crime syndicate, this once peaceful city has become a center of violence and mayhem. Amidst this chaos, three young police officers are determined to tackle the problem head-on. Taking control of one of three ex-officers, use their special hand-to-hand combat abilities to take down the syndicate and save the city. In addition to its all-new 3D presentation, 3D Streets of Rage also features Local Multiplayer and a Single Hit KO mode to help you power through the city’s crime.

3D Super Hang-on

3D Super Hang-on

Nintendo 3DS - November 28, 2013

Gear up for ultimate speed in Super Hang-On! Tour through 48 challenging tracks on four continents and discover the rush of true arcade game play as you blaze through checkpoints in a race to beat the clock and your competitors. Experience the thrill of street bike racing and earn your place at the top of the scoreboards in this must-have classic. In addition to its all-new 3D presentation, 3D Super Hang-On also features Tilt Controls and a Moving Cabinet mode!

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 1

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 1

Sega Pico - Released - 1999

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 1 is an Educational game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1999.

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 2

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 2

Sega Pico - Released - 1999

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 2 is an Educational game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1999.

6-Pak

6-Pak

Sega Genesis - Released - 1995

6-PAK is a compilation of six of SEGA's most popular "franchise" games released in the early days of the Genesis. Included are the following: •Columns •Golden Axe •Revenge of Shinobi •Sonic the Hedgehog •Streets of Rage •Super Hang-On

7th Dragon 2020 II

7th Dragon 2020 II

Sony PSP - April 18, 2013

The sequel game will take place in 2021, one year after the first game. Dragons have begun to invade Tokyo again after a brief respite of peace. Players will again form parties from members of the special force "Murakumo" to fight the dragons. The game will feature an improved character creation system that will include 40 different voice actors and actresses to choose from in addition to appearance and occupation. The game also is adding the new "idol" occupation, which allows players to give orders to other party members. Players can create their own original characters with any of these...

7th Dragon III: Code: VFD

7th Dragon III: Code: VFD

Nintendo 3DS - Released - July 12, 2016

The apocalypse is heralded by the appearance of seven dragons. One after another, they have invaded earth and are beginning to ravage the human race. Once the seventh appears, there's no hope for mankind… unless you turn back time in 7th Dragon Code: VFD. Fight dragons and experience the long-awaited series making its way out of Japan for the first time! Travel through three different eras with your team of dragon hunters and get ready for some turn-based, dungeon-crawling RPG action! Build your team and fight for your life! With eight classes, many voice options, and numerous appearance...

'99: The Last War

Arcade - Released - 1985

Repulse is a fixed shooter arcade game released by Sega in 1985. It was renamed 99: The Last War when licensed to Kyugo (who developed the hardware) and Proma. There's also a bootleg version named Son of Phoenix. With a spaceship, the player shoots several kind of robotic enemies and spaceships. At the end of every stage (except for the first one), the player meets a huge enemy spaceship as the stage's boss. Player's spaceship is equipped with a limited force shield which allows it to resist any kind of attack, though energy drains both while its active and whenever the ship gets hit...

A.B.Cop Air Bike

A.B.Cop Air Bike

Arcade - Released - December 7, 1990

An armed robbery is underway at the bank. The air bike cop starts his pursuit of the criminals. Hit them and arrest all of the bad guys, including their Boss.A simple to play machine in which you can actually experience the sense of speed.The appearance of numerous characters and the variety of each round are sure to keep the players interested in challenging the A. B. Cop.Contains many colorful actionpacked scenes to attract a wide spectrum of customers, a feature that is certain to result in stabilized high earnings over a long period of time. The player takes on the role of the A.B. (Air...

Aa Harimanada

Aa Harimanada

Sega Game Gear - Released - July 2, 1993

Aa Harimanada (ああ播磨灘) is a 1993 sumo wrestling game by Sega for the Sega Game Gear and Sega Mega Drive made to tie into TV Tokyo's Aa Harimanada anime. The game is a typical fighting game with various button combinations doing something different. The Mega Drive version has a password system and a two-player versus mode.

Aa Harimanada

Aa Harimanada

Sega Genesis - September 3, 1993

Aa Harimanada (ああ播磨灘) is a 1993 sumo wrestling game by Sega for the Sega Game Gear and Sega Mega Drive made to tie into TV Tokyo's Aa Harimanada anime. The game is a typical fighting game with various button combinations doing something different. The Mega Drive version has a password system and a two-player versus mode.

Ace Attacker

Ace Attacker

Arcade - 1988

Ace Attacker is a volleyball game released for Sega System 16 arcade hardware. It is played from a top-down perspective.

Ace Attacker

Ace Attacker

Sega System 16

Ace Attacker is a volleyball game released for Sega System 16 arcade hardware. It is played from a top-down perspective.

Action Fighter

Action Fighter

Sega Master System - Released - August 17, 1986

Get ready to play a starring role in the incredible world of international espionage. You receive five different assignments. All action-packed. And all extremely dangerous. Your secret weapon? A vehicle that transforms into a dozen different deadly devices. Your high-speed motorcycle can turn into a customized car and then into a sound-barrier breaking jet plane. All in a matter of seconds. The real test? To know when to use which weapon. Because the wrong machine, at the wrong time, can prove fatal.

Action Fighter

Action Fighter

Arcade - Released - November 1, 1986

A vertical-scrolling shoot-em-up. You begin the game controlling a motorcycle shooting at enemy cars and motorcycles. After picking up a number of power-up letters, you transform into a red sports car with upgraded weapons and continue shooting at enemy cars and motorcycles. After some more power-up letters, you transform again, this time into a flying car. The game then becomes a flying shooter. As a flying car you are able to bomb targets on the ground as well as shoot down enemy airships. There are boss fights both on the ground and in the air.

Action Fighter

Action Fighter

Sega System 16 - November 1, 1986

A vertical-scrolling shoot-em-up. You begin the game controlling a motorcycle shooting at enemy cars and motorcycles. After picking up a number of power-up letters, you transform into a red sports car with upgraded weapons and continue shooting at enemy cars and motorcycles. After some more power-up letters, you transform again, this time into a flying car. The game then becomes a flying shooter. As a flying car you are able to bomb targets on the ground as well as shoot down enemy airships. There are boss fights both on the ground and in the air.

Action Fighter

Action Fighter

Atari ST - 1989

This is a top down vertically scrolling shooter, in which you start off as a motorbike. You are quite vulnerable to attack at first, but power ups come in the form of a Sega van which you have to dock with. The first time you dock you get double fire, the second time gives you a rocket, the third gives a rear force field and the fourth invulnerablility. By destroying cars and bikes that appear on your way, you can collect A-F letters. Collecting A through to D allows you change into a sportscar which is less vulnerable to attack, but not as nimble. Collect all the letters in order to be able...

Action Fighter

Action Fighter

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1989

This is a top down vertically scrolling shooter, in which you start off as a motorbike. You are quite vulnerable to attack at first, but power ups come in the form of a Sega van which you have to dock with. The first time you dock you get double fire, the second time gives you a rocket, the third gives a rear force field and the fourth invulnerablility. By destroying cars and bikes that appear on your way, you can collect A-F letters. Collecting A through to D allows you change into a sportscar which is less vulnerable to attack, but not as nimble. Collect all the letters in order to be...

Actua Soccer 3

Actua Soccer 3

Sony Playstation - Released - December 4, 1998

Actua Sports was a sports video game series published by Gremlin Interactive which competed with Electronic Arts EA Sports label during the second half of the 1990s, until Gremlin was acquired by Infogrames. The term "Actua" is a (seemingly marketing-related) play on Sega's line of "Virtua" titled games, which included Virtua Fighter, Virtua Racing and Virtua Striker.[1] The first game in the series was the 1995 milestone title, Actua Soccer, which quickly became one of the most important titles for the company. It was later joined by the rebirth of the Premier Manager franchise and the...

Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen

Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen

Sega Genesis - Released - July 17, 1991

Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen (アドバンスド大戦略 ドイツ電撃作戦), commonly referred to simply as Advanced Daisenryaku, is a 1991 strategy game developed jointly by Sega and SystemSoft and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive exclusively in Japan. It is part of SystemSoft's Daisenryaku series of strategy games, and is one of the few retail Mega Drive games to have online play compatibility via Sega Meganet. It also started the Advanced Daisenryaku line, all of which have been published by Sega. Sega and now-renamed SystemSoft Alpha rereleased the game in 2006 as part of Sega Ages...

After Burner

After Burner

Sega Master System - Released - December 12, 1987

Sega's smash arcade hit comes to life... on your Sega System! You're a Navy Air Captain. At your control is the most advanced fighting jet ever to set the skies on fire! You supply the skill, reflexes and guts. Your F-14 Thunder Cat gives you Mach 2+ speeds, unlimited firepower and a state-of-the-art battle computer which targets your enemies for destruction. Fire guided missiles, then blast away with your Vulcan cannon. Roll your F-14 left and right! Enemy missiles slide under your wings. Your afterburners roar as you dive for the wave tops! In this sky battle you're outnumbered....

After Burner

After Burner

Arcade - Released - 1987

A flight simulator where groups of planes fly at you in each level. Players must destroy the oncoming planes to advance. The game allows the player to control an F-14 Tomcat jet, which must destroy a series of enemy jets throughout 18 stages. At the start of the game, the player takes off from an aircraft carrier called the Sega Enterprise, which shares a similar name to the one used in the 1986 film Top Gun.

After Burner

After Burner

Amstrad CPC - 1988

After Burner (アフターバーナー Afutā Bānā?) is a 1987 combat flight simulator arcade game by Sega AM2.[1] It is one of the first games designed by Yu Suzuki. The player flew an F-14 using a specialized joystick (with moving seat, in some installations), and the game spawned several sequels.

After Burner

After Burner

Microsoft MSX - 1988

The game allows the player to control a F-14 Tomcat jet, which must destroy a series of enemy jets throughout 18 stages. At the start of the game, the player takes off from an aircraft carrier called the SEGA Enterprise, which shares a similar name to the one used in the 1986 film Top Gun.

After Burner

After Burner

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 30, 1989

You scream off the carrier, there's no time to think! You're caught in a swarm of enemy aircraft and more are dead ahead. They're closing at Mach 5, as your machine guns start blasting. Burn through a sky of flying metal! Radar-lock on the frontal attackers and respond with missiles. Your enemies are specks on the horizon, then instantly they're in your face, launching even faster missiles! Nothing can prepare you for the incredible speed of the attack. Hit your afterburner! Dive and twist! Throw your plane into a 360 roll as the enemy spins by so close you almost touch wing tips. Day or...

After Burner Climax

After Burner Climax

Arcade - Released - November 1, 2006

Sega's airborne combat series soars back into arcades with more than 20 stages of high-flying action in After Burner Climax. Players can climb into the cockpit of an F-14 Super Tomcat, an F-15E Strike Eagle, or an F/A-19E Super Hornet and speed through the skies, dodging planes, rockets, and bullets while try to target and take down as many enemies as possible. A branching storyline and time limits force gamers into split-second decisions, but once the "Climax Gauge" is full, time slows down momentarily to let pilots unleash a screen-clearing fusillade of bullets.

After Burner II

After Burner II

Arcade - Released - November 3, 1987

A flight simulator where a group of planes fly at you in each level. Players must destroy the oncoming planes to advance. The game is played from behind your Navy F-14 Tomcat as you blast oncoming fighter planes trying to bring you down. Perform complete barrel rolls by holding left or right as your machine guns continuously fire at anything in their path. Speed up by activating your afterburners or slow down to get a lock on your target. You also have a limited number of AIM-54 Phoenix missiles on board to use as you see fit, which can be replenished after completing a series of...

After Burner III

After Burner III

Sega CD - Released - December 18, 1992

The game again has the player flying the F-14 Tomcat, with the same weapons as before. Headquarters has informed you that "the enemy" (which the game's introduction does not identify) is reported to be building airfields and bases throughout the desert. Your mission is to take out those bases, and if you get rid of a few enemy planes in the process, "so much the better".

Ai to Yume no Kuni Sanrio Puroland: Asobinagara Oboeyou! Hiragana Katakana

Ai to Yume no Kuni Sanrio Puroland: Asobinagara Oboeyou! Hiragana Katakana

Sega Pico - Released - 1997

Ai to Yume no Kuni Sanrio Puroland: Asobinagara Oboeyou! Hiragana Katakana is an Educational: Language game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1997.

Ai to Yume no Kuni Sanrio Puroland: Chanto Dekiru Kana Minna to Tanoshii Oyuugikai

Ai to Yume no Kuni Sanrio Puroland: Chanto Dekiru Kana Minna to Tanoshii Oyuugikai

Sega Pico - Released - 1998

Ai to Yume no Kuni Sanrio Puroland: Chanto Dekiru Kana Minna to Tanoshii Oyuugikai is an Ethics game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1998.

Ai to Yume to Bouken Sanrio Puroland

Ai to Yume to Bouken Sanrio Puroland

Sega Pico - Released - 1994

Ai to Yume to Bouken Sanrio Puroland is an Ethics game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1994.

Air Rescue

Air Rescue

Sega System 32

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.

Air Trix

Arcade

Airline Pilots

Arcade - Released - 1999

Airline Pilots is a flight simulator released for Sega NAOMI arcade hardware in 1999. The game simulates flying a Boeing 777 aircraft, and was developed with the input of engineers and pilots from Japan Airlines. Two different cabinet models were manufactured. The default type is a typical sit down cabinet with one monitor, while the "DX type" cabinet features three side-by-side 29" monitors, which surround the player to create a "cockpit". The extreme difficulty of "Airline Pilots", combined with a lack of interest in realistic flight simulators, led Sega to manufacture a conversion kit...

Airline Pilots

Airline Pilots

Sega Naomi

Airline Pilots is a flight simulator released for Sega NAOMI arcade hardware in 1999. The game simulates flying a Boeing 777 aircraft, and was developed with the input of engineers and pilots from Japan Airlines. Two different cabinet models were manufactured. The default type is a typical sit down cabinet with one monitor, while the "DX type" cabinet features three side-by-side 29" monitors, which surround the player to create a "cockpit". The extreme difficulty of "Airline Pilots", combined with a lack of interest in realistic flight simulators, led Sega to manufacture a conversion kit...

Alex Kidd in Miracle World

Alex Kidd in Miracle World

Sega Master System - Released - November 1, 1986

Your name is Alex Kidd. You have courage. A karate chop that shatters rocks. And a big job to do. You learn that the mysterious city Radactian is in great danger. All your skills and talents are desperately needed to help. But there's a catch: how do you get there? Your only clues are a puzzling map and a medallion made of Sunstone. Will that be enough to solve the riddle of the pathway? You face the obstacles. Solve the mysteries. learn the secrets as you go along. but there's high adventure around every corner. it takes a Kidd like you handle a challenge like this.

Alex Kidd in Shinobi World

Alex Kidd in Shinobi World

Sega Master System - Released - August 1, 1990

After ten thousand years, the once-banished Dark Ninja returns to make another attempt to take over the Miracle World. Someone's definitely got to stop him! Guess who dares to meet the challenge? You! You're Alex Kidd, the prince who knows no fear. A lovely girl has been kidnapped and her life is at risk! And she's your girlfriend from the planet Shinobi! By holding her hostage, the Dark Ninja plans to realize his fiendish scheme. She must be saved before it's too late! You need more than courage to be successful. Transform into a fireball and burn up enemies that come at you. Jump up...

Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle

Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle

Sega Genesis - Released - February 10, 1989

Alex lives on Planet Aries, controlled by his brother, King Igul. After hearing a rumor that his long-lost father, King Thor, is still alive on Planet Paperock, Alex travels to the planet to search for him.

Alex Kidd: BMX Trial

Alex Kidd: BMX Trial

Sega Master System - Released - November 15, 1987

As young Alex, your job is to go through an obstacle course and get to the main exit without other competitors trying to push you off your bike. You start out in Blackwood Forest, but depending on which scene you're in, you can travel to Cactus Desert, South Seas, Pyramid River, or Alex's home, Radaxian. More often than not, you must jump over water, and along the way, you can get power-ups such as more energy, more time, and jets that lets you fly through the scene, but only if you perform a wheelie can you get these power-ups. The game ends when you have no energy left.

Alex Kidd: High-Tech World

Alex Kidd: High-Tech World

Sega Master System - Released - 1989

Get ready to join the Kidd in his third great Sega adventure! Being the Crown Prince of Planet Aries is never easy. On top of being a galactic hero, you have to deal with parents, teachers and palace retainers! But you're a Kidd at heart, and you just have to go to the new High Tech World video arcade to play the newest Sega games! The problem is, the map to the arcade has been torn up into eight pieces and hidden in the castle. As you look for the pieces you'll discover just how weird life in a castle can be! If you find them, you'll have to fight your way through a forest filled with blue...

Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars

Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars

Sega Master System - Released - March 10, 1988

The Kidd is back! It's Alex, the little Prince with big ears and unlimited courage. When danger threatens the Miracle World of Aries, Alex Kidd is there to meet any challenge. This time, the evil Jigaratt has stolen the stars from the Aries constellation. The skies above the city of Radactian are now cold and dark. Only someone of royal blood can get them back ... and that's the Kidd! Join Alex in fourteen rounds of adventure to worlds where anything is possible! You have legs that jump like steel springs and magical cloud shot to stop the enemy. But the key to getting the stars back is...

Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars

Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars

Arcade - Released - 1986

A platform game from Sega. Alex Kidd has to travel through all of Miracle World and battle weird monsters in order to save his father from the evil wizard - Ashrah! In the second stage you can see corpses defecating skulls left and right. Seriously! When inserting a coin, Alex Kidd says "The customer is King!

Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars

Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars

Sega System 16

Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars (アレックスキッド ザ・ロストスターズ, Arekkusu Kiddo Ze Rosuto Sutāzu) is a platform arcade game released by Sega in 1986. It was ported to the Sega Master System in 1987. It was also released on the Wii Virtual Console in North America on March 9, 2009, and in the PAL regions on April 17, 2009.

Alien Front

Alien Front

Arcade - Released - 2001

A 3D tank shooter from Sega where you must shoot and destroy evil aliens.

Alien Front

Alien Front

Nokia N-Gage - Unreleased

Alien Front is an Action game, developed by Sega and published by Nokia, which was cancelled before it was released. Humankind believed in its own strength, its own resources, and its ability to be the master and not the slave. It was wrong. Three-eyed alien forces known as the Triclops descended upon Earth without warning and preyed on man, woman, and child – showing no more remorse than a snake swallowing a rat. When Earth fought back, the alien motherships picked our air forces out of the sky effortlessly. On the ground, the world’s armies scored puny – but inspiring – victories. Now...

Alien Storm

Alien Storm

Arcade - Released - April 25, 1990

Eliminate hordes of nasty aliens that have infested the local streets and buildings. Move your cross hairs around the screen and shoot just about anything that moves. Roll out of the way to avoid alien attacks. A homicidal alien race is invading Earth, and the only thing that stands between them and world domination are a special forces team known as the "Alien Busters". Three playable characters (a man, a woman, and a novelty character) and pick-up or power-up special attacks. The player (one player only on the Master System version, up to two players on the Mega Drive version, three on...

Alien Storm

Alien Storm

Sega System 16

Alien Storm (エイリアンストーム) is a 1990 beat 'em up/shooter arcade game by Sega. It was later ported to the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Sega Master System. The Sega Mega Drive version was also released on Wii's Virtual Console in 2007. The game appeared in Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Alien Syndrome

Alien Syndrome

Sony PSP - July 24, 2007

In Alien Syndrome, players take control of the game's strong and enigmatic heroine - Earth Command Trooper Aileen Harding - and battle a variety of fearsome aliens and colossal bosses. Gamers choose from a wide selection of character specialties and skills as they progress through an engrossing campaign, protected by many different types of armor and using a variety of melee and ranged weaponry. Players can improve their heroine's statistics and discover a huge number of powerful new abilities as they fight through infested spaceships and bizarre alien planets.

Alien Syndrome

Alien Syndrome

Arcade - Released - 1987

Travel to several alien-infested space stations to rescue children. Defeat the end boss before returning to your ship. Pick up a variety of weapons to help you eliminate your foes. Two players control two soldiers named Ricky and Mary, who must fight their way through large eight-way scrolling levels rescuing their comrades who are being held by aliens. After they have rescued a certain number of hostages the exit opens and they can pass through it in order to fight the end-of-level guardian. If this monstrosity is defeated, they move onto the next stage. As well as two player simultaneous...

Alien Syndrome

Alien Syndrome

Sega System 16

Alien Syndrome (エイリアンシンドローム, Eirian Shindorōmu) is a run & gun shooter arcade game developed by Sega and released in 1987.

Alien³: The Gun

Alien³: The Gun

Arcade - 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.

Alien³: The Gun

Alien³: The Gun

Sega System 32

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.

Altered Beast

Altered Beast

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 27, 2005

The story follows a man called Luke Custer who is a "Genome-Cyborg", which in the game is a human that has had his DNA and other genetic make-up altered so that he can (after acquiring the chip containing the right genes for each creature) transform into a mythical beast. The main creatures he transforms into are a Werewolf, a Merman, a Garuda, a Wendigo, a Fire Minotaur, and a Thunder Dragon. Its storyline differs from the original Altered Beast games where during the game, you gain a serum that allows you to change at will. There are a number of difficult boss challenges and puzzles...

Altered Beast

Altered Beast

Arcade - Released - August 1, 1988

Altered Beast is a side scrolling, platform, beat 'em up game that puts the player in control of a centurion who had died in battle. The centurion has been raised from the dead to rescue Zeus' daughter Athena from the demon Neff. The player battles undead and demonic hordes, controlling the shapeshifting hero. He must fight through several levels in order to save the kidnapped goddess. You are a hero risen from the dead on a mission to rescue Zeus' daughter from the clutches of an evil magician. Kill the flashing white wolves to reveal power-ups. As you collect more power-ups you gain more...

Altered Beast

Altered Beast

Sega Master System - Released - May 31, 1989

You were once a Roman Centurion. You died bravely in a battle. Now, a hundred years later, you have been called back from the grave by Zeus, God of Thunder. Even as he grants you new life he gives you a mission. You must rescue his daughter Athena from the evil clutches of Neff; Lord of the Underworld. From the surface to the very heart of the Underworld you must journey, fighting Neff's undead army every step of the way! Zombies, demons, gargoyles, three-headed Wolves. But in this life you have been given an edge... the power to transform into magical beasts of awesome power! From a man...

Altered Beast

Altered Beast

Sega System 16 - August 1, 1988

Altered Beast is a 1988 beat 'em up arcade game developed and manufactured by Sega. The game is set in Ancient Greece, and follows a centurion who is resurrected by Zeus to rescue his daughter Athena. In order to save his daughter, Zeus transforms the centurion into beasts with the use of power-ups. After its initial arcade release, it was ported to several home video game consoles and home computers, including the Mega Drive/Genesis, for which it was a pack-in game.

Altered Beast

Altered Beast

Microsoft MSX - 1988

Altered Beast is a 1988 beat 'em up arcade game developed and manufactured by Sega. The game is set in Ancient Greece, and follows a centurion who is resurrected by Zeus to rescue his daughter Athena, and to do so becomes able to turn into beasts such as the werewolf with the use of power-ups.

The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin

The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin

Sega CD - Released - June 1, 1993

The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin for the Sega CD takes the idea and basic gameplay from the Genesis version, but makes some significant changes. There are new levels, new bosses, and an expanded set of combat moves. The player now has the freedom to select the next level or boss to tackle from a map screen. Graphics have also been redrawn and expanded from the Genesis release. However, the player can no longer rest and heal at Peter Parker's apartment, or take photographs of enemies for cash; both prominent features of the Genesis version. Animated cutscenes with voices are new to...

Anmitsu Hime

Anmitsu Hime

Sega Master System - Released - July 19, 1987

Anmitsu Hime is an action/adventure game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Master System. It is based upon the 1986 Anmitsu Hime anime series. The game was reworked and released as Alex Kidd: High-Tech World outside Japan, with the characters and setting replaced with those of Alex Kidd.

Anpanman Eigo: Tanosii Kanibaru

Anpanman Eigo: Tanosii Kanibaru

Sega Pico - Released - 1994

Anpanman Eigo: Tanosii Kanibaru is an Educational game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1994.

Ao no 6-go Saigetsufutai Hito: Time and Tide

Ao no 6-go Saigetsufutai Hito: Time and Tide

Sega Dreamcast - Released - December 7, 2000

Ao no 6-go Saigetsufutai Hito: Time and Tide (青の6号 歳月不待人 -TIME AND TIDE-) is an adventure game for the Sega Dreamcast. It is based on the manga and anime series, Ao no 6-go, otherwise known as Blue Submarine No. 6.

Appoooh

Appoooh

Arcade - Released - 1984

A cartoony but surprisingly deep (for its time) pro wrestling game by Sega featuring parodies of popular wrestlers of the day.

Arabian Fight

Arabian Fight

Arcade - Released - 1991

Using one of four sprite-based humanoid characters overlayed on several layers of scrolling backgrounds, the player punches, kicks and jumps over enemies in a simulated 3-D playfield as he seeks to save Princess Luruna from the evil Sheikh Sazabiss. Power-ups enable use of magic and recharging of life energy. A four-player simultaneous beat-em-up game based on the Sega System 32 arcade hardware. Four player-selectable Arabian-themed, anime-drawn heroes: Sinbat, Ramaya, Goldor and Datta fight through a number of levels to save the kidnapped Princess Luruna from the demonic magician Sheikh...

Arnold Palmer Tournament Golf

Arnold Palmer Tournament Golf

Sega Genesis - Released - September 9, 1989

Tee off by yourself or play 18 holes with a friend. Besides the One and Two Player modes there's also a practice mode, match play (head to head), and a full-blown international tournament, where you'll stroke it out against 15 competitors. Tournament play lasts 12 rounds, 18 holes of golf each. Most rounds are standard "stroke" play but the seventh and eighth rounds are "match" games. Things really get serious when match game ends in a tie, and players move into a sudden death play-off.

Arslan Senki: The Heroic Legend of Arslan

Arslan Senki: The Heroic Legend of Arslan

Sega CD - Released - November 19, 1993

Arslan Senki (アルスラーン戦記) is a tactical RPG for the Sega Mega-CD. It is based upon the Arslan Senki novels and anime, and was only released in Japan.

Asian Dynamite

Asian Dynamite

Arcade - Released - 2007

Asian Dynamite is a Sega NAOMI arcade beat-'em-up game. It is known as Dynamite Deka EX in Japan, and is a direct sequel to Dynamite Deka, meaning in its localised form, Asian Dynamite is a direct sequel to Die Hard Arcade, with the references to the movie franchise removed. The game has not been ported to home platforms, nor has it even seen a US release. It is extremely similar to Dynamite Cop in design, simply sporting an updated Asian aesthetic and replacing Jean Ivy and Eddie Brown with Caroline Powell and Jennifer Genuine, respectively. Caroline is the president's daughter from the...

Asian Dynamite

Asian Dynamite

Sega Naomi - Released - July 30, 2007

Asian Dynamite is a Sega NAOMI arcade beat-'em-up game. It is known as Dynamite Deka EX in Japan, and is a direct sequel to Dynamite Deka, meaning in its localised form, Asian Dynamite is a direct sequel to Die Hard Arcade, with the references to the movie franchise removed. The game has not been ported to home platforms, nor has it even seen a US release. It is extremely similar to Dynamite Cop in design, simply sporting an updated Asian aesthetic and replacing Jean Ivy and Eddie Brown with Caroline Powell and Jennifer Genuine, respectively. Caroline is the president's daughter from the...

Astal

Astal

Sega Saturn - September 27, 1995

Somewhere in the universe, The Goddess Antowas created a world from a single jewel. On this world, Quartilia, she created the sky, earth, and air. To inhabit this world, she created two humans - from a green jewel, a girl: Leda, who has the power to make things live on Quartilia. And from a red Jewel, a boy: Astal, whose purpose was to protect Leda. Content with her creation, Antowas slept. While she slept, the evil Jerado tried to take over Quartilia. To ensure victory, Jerado created a warrior: Geist. Geist kidnapped Leda, and held her at the bottom of the ocean. In an effort to get her...

Astérix

Astérix

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

Getafix, the Druid whose magic potion has kept his village from falling into Caesar's hands, has been kidnapped! Join Astérix and Obélix as they try to rescue the druid and save the village!

Astérix and the Secret Mission

Astérix and the Secret Mission

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Getafix the Druid is out of magic potion! If Ceasar finds out, it's invasion for sure. Asterix and Obelix set out to find the necessary herbs. A mission through all sorts of Roman-infested terrain - seas and rivers, forests and desserts, temples and ruins.

Astérix and the Secret Mission

Astérix and the Secret Mission

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1993

Getafix the Druid is out of magic potion! If Caesar finds out, it's invasion for sure. Asterix and Obelix set out to find the necessary herbs. A mission through all sorts of Roman-infested terrain - seas and rivers, forests and deserts, temples and ruins.

Astro Blaster

Astro Blaster

Arcade - Released - February 3, 1981

A multi-wave colour raster shoot-em-up. Features include speech, a warp button that slows enemies, docking to refuel and secret bonuses. Two items must be monitored throughout the game the laser temperature since overheating renders ship unable to fire and a fuel gauge that, when depleted, ends the entire game even if you have ships remaining. The game harbours many secret bonuses, some of which were mentioned in Tom Hershfield's book Mastering the VideoGames Bantam circa 1983, but others appear to be more elusive. The speech adds a great deal to the gameplay as it acts as your on-board...

Astro Warrior

Astro Warrior

Sega Master System - Released - December 14, 1986

Astro Warrior pits you against the enemy's fleet of super-powered spaceships. And ultimately, the invincible Master Ship. In this treacherous black universe you can only count on yourself. To shoot fast. To shoot straight. If you do - you get more power. More weapons. To beat the villains. To beat the odds. If you don't - the odds beat you.

Astro Warrior / Pit Pot

Astro Warrior / Pit Pot

Sega Master System - Released - 1986

Two games on one cartridge. Pit Pot: The Magical Castle The princess has been kidnapped. To rescue her, navigate your way through each room while avoiding its inhabitants such as dragons and guards. If necessary, use your magical hammer to knock them off the screen. You can also knock a gray tile that they are on to cause them to fall down and die. You exit each room by passing through doors, but you have to find a golden key that will unlock some of them. Astro Warrior: Blast your way through three zones, including Galaxy Zone, Asteroid Zone, and Nebula Zone. Enemies will start making...

Astron Belt

Astron Belt

Arcade - Released - May 15, 1983

The player controls a lone spacecraft on a mission to singlehandedly take down the entire enemy armada. Enemy fighters and ships shoot at the player, and there are mines and other objects that must be shot or avoided. The game is divided into waves. At the end of each wave is a command ship that must be destroyed. In later waves the enemy fighters move and shoot more aggressively, and their shots are more accurate. Some waves take place in open space, while others require the player to battle enemies while flying through narrow trenches and tunnels. The player is on a timer at the...

Aworg: Hero in the Sky

Sega Genesis - Released - 1991

Aworg: Hero in the Sky is an action game for the Sega Mega Drive, released exclusively in Japan via the Sega Game Toshokan service.

Ayrton Senna Personal Talk: Message for the future

Ayrton Senna Personal Talk: Message for the future

Sega Saturn - Released - April 28, 1995

Ayrton Senna Personal Talk: Message for the Future is an audio interview with race car driver Ayrton Senna da Silva, with accompanying visuals.

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Sega Genesis - Released - July 17, 1992

If Formula One is your sport, you'll appreciate the attention to detail and realistic physics of SUPER MONACO GP II. Speed down the straightaways and around the hairpin turns of the 16 most demanding circuits in the racing world. Boasting improved graphics, sound, and artificial intelligence, this update on the age-old arcade classic is a more accurate simulation than even its coin-operated counterpart. Try your hand at the Senna GP, or take a crack at the world's best on the brutal Championship Circuit. You'll have a complete set of gauges in the cockpit to help you determine your best...

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

Experience the heart-stopping action of F-1 racing on the most challenging circuits in the world! You are in control of a precision machine, ready to test your skill and abilities to the limit to win the ultimate prize: The championship cup!

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Sega Game Gear - Released - August 28, 1992

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II (アイルトン・セナ スーパーモナコGP II) or simply Super Monaco GP II is a racing game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear in 1992. It is a sequel to Super Monaco GP, but this time the game is sponsored by Ayrton Senna (who won the Monaco Grand Prix six times). Also unlike the previous game, Super Monaco GP II was not released in arcades or for any non-Sega console or computer. At the time of release it was regarded as the most realistic racing experience on home video game consoles, and the fact that it was...

Aztec Adventure

Aztec Adventure

Sega Master System - Released - September 20, 1987

Welcome to the land of the ancient Aztecs, where money talks and enemies can be bought. You're El Nino, wanderer, traveler, and adventurer at heart. You're about to embark on a mysteriously dangerous adventure that will lead you through forests, underwater passages and phantom zones to name a few. Your objective: reach the Aztec Paradise, where the tokens of wealth and happiness await. But the land is rich with thieves and traitors, so be prepared to spend a small fortune in search of a greater one. And remember, in a kingdom of gods, no one is smiled upon.

Bahamut Senki

Bahamut Senki

Sega Genesis - March 8, 1991

Bahamut Senki (バハムート戦記) is a 1991 strategy game for the Sega Mega Drive by Sega released exclusively in Japan.

Baku Baku Animal

Baku Baku Animal

Sega ST-V

Baku Baku Animal (ばくばくアニマル, Baku Baku Animaru) is a falling block puzzle arcade game released by Sega in 1995. Outside Japan, the game was released as simply Baku Baku.

Bank Panic

Bank Panic

Sega Master System - Released - 1987

Bandits are holding up a bank and have taken people hostage, and as a gunslinger, it's your job to shoot them. The bank has 12 doors, and the bandits are behind each one of them. When they pull a gun out at you when you open a door, you have only a few seconds to shoot them before they shoot you. If you shoot them too early (ie: before he sticks his gun out at you), it is considered unfair, and you won't score any points, but if you're too late, he'll shoot you and you lose one of your three lives.If you waste too much time, a bandit will come out from one of the doors and stick dynamite on...

Bank Panic

Bank Panic

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1986

As a gunslinger, it's your job to protect a bank from bandits while taking care not to shoot innocent customers. The bank has 12 doors in front of 12 teller windows, with only three doors visible at a time. Shooting is done simply by pressing one of the three buttons to shoot the left, middle or right door. The player can move his viewpoint left and right to reveal new doors. People only appear behind the doors that are currently visible on screen, except for the rare outlaws who will pop up to steal a cash deposit from a teller window the player isn't watching. Indicators at the top of the...

Basketball Nightmare

Basketball Nightmare

Sega Master System - Released - 1989

You are the captain of the Hometown High School's basketball team. You've won the tournament and are trying to win the All-American High School Championship! But then one night you had a very strange dream...

Battle OutRun

Battle OutRun

Sega Master System - Released - 1989

FLOOR IT! And accelerate into a coast-to-coast feat of stamina, wits and coordination in the heart-pounding sequel to Out Run™. Chase down and capture eight of the fastest, nastiest Syndicate baddies on wheels. Strap yourself in and grab hold of the wheel. And get ready to smash, crash and bash your way to glory.

Beach Spikers: Virtua Beach Volleyball

Beach Spikers: Virtua Beach Volleyball

Nintendo GameCube - August 12, 2002

Beach Spikers delivers intense beach volleyball action for up to four players, and it showcases beautiful female athletes as they battle it out under the summer sun. You must cooperate and compete as you take control of bikini-clad athletes and go two-on-two at the net. Those craving a deeper experience can create their own athlete and teammate and enter the all-new World Tour mode. With each win, you'll compete to earn attributes and use a mixture of encouragements and insults to develop your teammate's AI.

Bikkuriman 2000: Viva! Pocket Festival!

Bikkuriman 2000: Viva! Pocket Festival!

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - March 16, 2000

A tie-in game for the Bikkuriman 2000 anime in Japan. The game's Neo Geo Pocket Color version could link to Dreamcast version.

Binary Domain

Binary Domain

Sony Playstation 3 - February 28, 2012

Designed by Yakuza-creator Toshihiro Nagoshi, Binary Domain is a futuristic squad-based shooter that pits humans against robots in 2080 Tokyo. You will control members of an international peace-keeping squad designed to protect human life against the aggressive machines, which were originally designed to help and serve humanity. Viewed from a third-person perspective, the game has you battling armies of robots -- some humanoid in appearance, some towering in size -- with an assortment of high-powered weapons. In between shooting sequences are vehicle stages that will have you moving at high...

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