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Aerial Assault

Aerial Assault

Sega Game Gear - Released - June 5, 1992

It's the 21st century and N.A.C., a feared terrorist group of the galaxy, threatens to destroy Earth. They've developed the super weapon "EL" that will blast away Earth's ozone layer. And they've threatened to use it! As the world's top jet fighter pilot, you're in command of the of the ultimate in combat aircraft - the "Freedom Fighter." Armed with the latest in new high-tech weaponry, you and your jet are Earth's only chance against the merciless N.A.C. Good luck!

Air Rescue

Air Rescue

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

Maneuver your Rescue Chopper through tight underground passages, blazing wreckage and treacherous enemy attacks to save the leaders of the world from the hands of terrorists!

Aladdin

Aladdin

Sega Master System - Released - 1994

As Aladdin, baffle the guards in the streets of Agrabah. Elude the tempting traps in the Cave of Wonders, and the dangers of the Sultan's Palace. Ride the magic carpet through breathtaking skies. Then challenge the evil Jafar to a duel of swords and magic!

Aladdin

Aladdin

Sega Game Gear - March 25, 1994

Aladdin (アラジン) is a platform game developed by Sims on Game Gear, Nexa on Master System, and published by Sega and TecToy in 1994. It is based on Disney's movie of the same name . An entirely different game of the same name was developed for the Sega Mega Drive by Virgin Interactive.

Alien Storm

Alien Storm

Sega Master System - Released - 1991

Shape-changing alien scum take over your city! Fry the slimy horrors and smash their bid for global conquest. Blast into action with fire blazers, electric whips and more!

Alien Syndrome

Alien Syndrome

Sega Game Gear - Released - March 19, 1992

The extra-terrestrials in this game are anything but friendly. They're slimy monsters that are holding space colonists captive aboard seven alien starships. This super action game challenges you to free the helpless hostages. Search each ship's deadly levels, using flamethrowers and laser cannons to vaporize alien scum. Look for maps to help you find your way. After you've saved all the captives from one ship, you must destroy its powerful leader before you can move on to the next ship. Remember, to the aliens, you're slime. And they want you good... and dead!

ATP Tour Championship Tennis

ATP Tour Championship Tennis

Sega Genesis - Released - March 1, 1995

There are three game modes: Exhibition match, Exhibition Tournament (where the player competes in a 32-player tournament), ATP Senior Tour Event (where the player chooses one of the retired players and competes in a 8-player tournament) and the ATP Tour, where it's possible to create a player and develop his skills by winning (or simply doing well) on tournaments, with one extra point on each round won. Gameplay uses a simple 3-button layout, where the A button lobs the ball, B performs a controlled passing shot and C allows the fastest top spin shots, with the directional pad affecting the...

Blue Seed: Kushinada Hirokuden

Blue Seed: Kushinada Hirokuden

Sega Saturn - Released - June 23, 1995

Long time ago, at the dawn of Japanese legendary history, the godly princess Kushinada defeated the Aragami, monsters who drew their power from an energy source called the Blue Seed. But in every epoch, the Aragami return to bring death and destruction to Japan. Enter Momiji Fujimiya, a regular Japanese teenage girl... until she discovers that she carries the power of the princess Kushinada within her. She joins a secret government organization that specializes in fighting Aragami, receiving missions from her boss, Daitetsu Kunikida. The structure of the game is mission-based: upon...

Bonanza Bros.

Bonanza Bros.

Sega Master System - Released - 1991

Robo and Mobo, the infamous bungling burglars, are up to their necks in trouble. The Chief of Police has recruited them to clean up his town. If they fail, they land in jail!

Buggy Run

Buggy Run

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Your tires slide on the gravel, costing you precious seconds. A competitor slips by on the inside of the track. You kick in the turbocharger and regain the lead — but can you keep it? Over 25 different tracks! Land mines and other hazards make the race twice as exciting! This is the most fun you can have on four wheels!

Buster Fight

Buster Fight

Sega Game Gear - Released - February 11, 1994

Buster Fight is a versus fighting game, where you choose one of the final four participants in the tournament and need to defeat your three opponents and yourself in a mirror match, before you can take on the final boss. Unlike most fighters, the game does not use "up" on the D-pad for jumping, but one of the other buttons, leaving one button for punches and kicks. The game has three levels of difficulty, but the easiest mode ends after four of the five fights.

Cardcaptor Sakura: Sakura to Fushigi na Clow Card

Cardcaptor Sakura: Sakura to Fushigi na Clow Card

WonderSwan - Released - December 2, 1999

Card Captor Sakura is a game that reproduces the TV series Crow Card Edition and uses a multi-ending method in which the scenario changes depending on the event. Due to changes in the “friendship with friends” meter, the characters you encounter and the events that occur are changing (over 120 types of events in total), and the scenarios diverge one after another.

Crayon Shin-chan: Arashi o Yobu Enji

Crayon Shin-chan: Arashi o Yobu Enji

Sega Genesis - Released - March 11, 1994

Crayon Shin-chan: Arashi o Yobu Enji (クレヨンしんちゃん 嵐を呼ぶ園児) is a 1993 action game for the Super Famicom by Bandai tying into the Crayon Shin-chan franchise. Ma-Ba ported it to the Sega Mega Drive in 1994. No version was released outside Japan.

Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers

Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers

WonderSwan Color - Released - December 8, 2000

This is a sequel to Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers, set in the world of digital monsters based on the popular manga series. After having defeated the evil Millenniumon, our hero Ryou thought that would be his last travel to the Digiworld. However, the four sacred Digimons summon him once again, to participate in the D1 monster fighting tournament. But that is not all: it appears that Millenniumon is still alive, and is looking for revenge! Now Ryou has to win the tournament and defeat his archenemy once again. The gameplay is nearly identical to that of the previous game. You travel...

Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers

Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers

WonderSwan - Released - August 3, 2000

The game is based on the manga series Digimon, in which children can travel to a digital world and help good digital monsters to defeat evil ones. In this game, the two heroes, Ryou and Ken, are summoned to the Digiworld to fight against the archenemy Millenniumon and his side-kick Diablomon. Upon defeating the two evil monsters once again, the heroes realize that Millenniumon has taken a different shape and is reborn to conquer the Digiworld anew. Now you must recruit digital monsters and lead them into the ultimate battle. The gameplay follows traditional Digimon outlines: you descend...

Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer

Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer

WonderSwan - Released - December 16, 1999

The game is based on the popular manga series Digimon, which follows the adventures of children who can gain access into the digital world and fight digital monsters there. In this game, the evil Milenniamon has kidnapped several children and is planning to take control over the Digiworld. One of the good monsters, Agumon, escaped, and transported the hero Ryou to the Digiworld. Now Ryou has to fight monsters, capture them, and assemble an army to overthrow Milenniamon and to rescue his friends. The gameplay involves mainly hunting monsters in dungeons and then sending them to fight other...

Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer

Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer

WonderSwan - Released - January 20, 2000

This is the second game in Digimon Adventure series, a kind of an add-on to Anode Tamer. The game is based on the popular manga Digimon. The hero, a boy named Ryou, has to travel to digital world in order to free his friends from the clutches of the evil digital monster Milenniamon. The story of this game is identical to that of "Anode Tamer", and gameplay mechanics are exactly the same: you descend into dungeons to fight monsters in turn-based style, capture the monsters after the battles and then send them to fight new ones. The difference between the two games are the monsters...

Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer

Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer

WonderSwan Color - Released - December 28, 2001

Based on the popular Digimon manga, this is a sequel to Digimon Adventure 02: D1 Tamers. The game picks up directly where the previous one ended. After yet another ultimate battle against the evil Millenniumon, during which he revealed to the hero Ryou a terrifying secret, there was a great explosion. Ryou comes to his senses in an unknown place. The only digital monster there explains to him that the explosion send Millenniumon to the future, while Ryou ended up in the past. And now Millenniumon is trying to take control over the main computer in the Digiworld, and it is Ryou's task to stop...

Digimon: Anode Tamer & Cathode Tamer: Veedramon Version

Digimon: Anode Tamer & Cathode Tamer: Veedramon Version

WonderSwan Color - Released - September 18, 2001

This release contains the first Digimon Adventure, both Anode Tamer and Cathode Tamer versions. The game is based on the manga and anime series Digimon. You play as an ordinary Japanese boy named Ryou who gets sucked into the mysterious digital world and has to help the digital monster Agumon and his friends to recruit digital monsters and send them into battles against evil ones.

Digital Monster Ver. WonderSwan

Digital Monster Ver. WonderSwan

WonderSwan - Released - March 25, 1999

Digital Monster Ver. WonderSwan is a Japanese handheld version of the original Tamagotchi-like Digimon pet for the WonderSwan. It includes all of the original Digimon from the five different pet devices. In this game the player can have up to five different Digimon with them at a time. It even has computer controlled opponents to battle with. The game has the ability to connect to another WonderSwan through a special link cable. It can also hook up to the original pets through a Digimon "dock N rock" connector that comes packaged with the game. Digital Monster Ver. S: Digimon Tamers did much...

Donald no Magical World

Donald no Magical World

Sega Game Gear - Released - March 4, 1994

Donald no Magical World is a Sega Game Gear platform game. It features Ronald McDonald, mascot of the McDonald's fast-food chain. The game was only released in Japan, though curiously if the player inserts the cart into a western Game Gear, it will be translated into English, revealing a unused title in the process - Ronald in the Magical World. The game has many similarities to the Sega Mega Drive game, McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure, though the gameplay, story and level design is slightly different. Some of the music is shared between the two, however.

Elemix

Elemix

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 3, 2003

Elemix! is an Adventure game, developed and published by SIMS, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Fred Couples Golf

Fred Couples Golf

Sega Game Gear - January 1, 1994

In Fred Couples Golf the player chooses from one of four generic golf courses and compete in either a Tournament, Stroke Play or in Match Play, selecting from four different pre-set golfers, each with their own unique stats. They can change their name and as well as their shirt color and select from four different difficulty levels. Stroke Play can support up to four-players using Gear-to-Gear links. Fred Couples himself is not a selectable character, instead the player competes against him.

From TV Animation Slam Dunk: Kyougou Makkou Taiketsu!

From TV Animation Slam Dunk: Kyougou Makkou Taiketsu!

Sega Genesis - Released - April 28, 1995

From TV Animation Slam Dunk: Kyougou Makkou Taiketsu! (テレビアニメ・スラムダンク 強豪真っ向対決!) is a 1995 basketball game by Bandai and SIMS for the Sega Mega Drive based on the Slam Dunk anime series.

From TV Animation Slam Dunk: Shouri-e no Starting 5

From TV Animation Slam Dunk: Shouri-e no Starting 5

Sega Game Gear - Released - December 16, 1994

From TV Animation Slam Dunk: Shouri-e no Starting 5 (テレビアニメ スラムダンク 勝利へのスターティング5) is a simulation game developed by SIMS and published by Bandai for the Sega Game Gear. It is based on the 1993 Slam Dunk anime series.

George Foreman's KO Boxing

George Foreman's KO Boxing

Sega Game Gear - Released - December 27, 1991

You're "Big George" Foreman and you've got an appetite for BIG action that only KO BOXING can satisfy. Take on a roster of 15 heavyweight contenders as you go for the World Championship. Rook your opponents with stinging left-right combos! Pound your way to the title with a spectacular "Big George" Super Punch - while the computer "judge" tracks the action! GEORGE FOREMAN'S KO BOXING puts the power of the greatest knockout artist in your hands!

G-LOC Air Battle

G-LOC Air Battle

Sega Master System - Released - 1991

Vigilante forces have raided government military installations and "confiscated" tanks, planes, even warships! Pilot your G-LOC fighter to victory against the guerillas!

Harusame Youbi

Harusame Youbi

Sega Dreamcast - Released - March 22, 2001

It's March, and Yuu Nakagaki (中垣 祐) just graduated from junior high-school and is heading to a remote countryside to visit his aunt. This spring really wasn't in Yuu's favor, both in his school and love life... he failed to take an exam and he ended up with a broken heart. So this spring he ended up at his aunt's place and got a part-time job to manage the hot springs hotel called Harusame (春雨), Japanese for Spring Rain. Without a reason to object and looking forward to something that will take his mind off his recent events, in this small hot springs town surrounded by the sea and the...

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Jan

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Jan

Sony PSP - Released - November 12, 2009

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Jan is a Miscellaneous game, developed by SIMS and published by AQ Interactive, which was released in Japan in 2009.

Honoo no Toukyuuji: Dodge Danpei

Honoo no Toukyuuji: Dodge Danpei

Sega Game Gear - Released - August 7, 1992

Honoo no Doukyuuji: Dodge Danpei is a dodgeball game that is based on a shounen serialized manga about a highschool dodgeball team. It was released on a number of consoles in 1992, each of which has its own variations. The game plays similarly to other "action" dodgeball games such as Technos' Super Dodgeball, though the game presents various modes based on story beats. For instance, the game starts with a one-on-one duel in which each combatant has five hits before they're out.

In the Hunt

In the Hunt

Sega Saturn - Released - December 15, 1995

A 2D side scrolling shooter in which you take control of a small attack submarine and engage in underwater combat. The Dark Anarchy Society's forces threaten to destroy the earth's most important cities and only you can get past their defenses and destroy their secret underwater lair. In the Hunt follows the classic template for 2D shooters, with the added feature of being able to control scrolling speed. Includes seven levels of underwater action (and keep an eye out for threats from above the surface), upgradeable weapons, and two player cooperative gameplay.

J. League Soccer Dream Eleven

J. League Soccer Dream Eleven

Sega Game Gear - Released - November 24, 1995

J. League Soccer Dream Eleven (Jリーグサッカードリームイレブン) is a football game for the Sega Game Gear.

J.League GG Pro Striker '94

J.League GG Pro Striker '94

Sega Game Gear - Released - July 22, 1994

J. League GG Pro Striker '94 is a football game for the Sega Game Gear.

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 27, 2003

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge features various tournaments that follow the official rules, schedules, and rating system of true American Bass Fishing tournaments. You'll work your way to the top and compete against fishing master Mark Davis. The game offers an enhanced bass AI, so not only are the Black Bass faithfully reproduced on the screen , they also act just like real Black Bass. If you catch enough fish and win enough tournaments, you'll improve your ranking and unlock all the latest tackle equipment.

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge

Nintendo GameCube - September 20, 2005

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge is a Fishing game, developed by Sims and published by Natsume, which was released in 2005.

Master of Darkness

Master of Darkness

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

The shadow of Dracula has spread over Victorian England. Make your way through strange and forbidding streets and cavernous warehouses while fighting his army of monsters. Find Dracula, the Master of Darkness, and rescue England from his terrifying grasp.

Masters of Combat

Masters of Combat

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Choose one of four colossal fighters, each one with a number of special moves and fighting techniques, and go head-to-head against the other three! Take on a friend in an exhibition combat, or make your way to the top in the one-player tournament, where you must fight for your life - and the lives of all the people on Earth!

Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible

Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible

Sega Game Gear - Released - April 22, 1994

Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible is a side-game (gaiden) of the Megami Tensei (Megaten) universe. Unlike all other Megaten games, this game is not set in modern-day or futuristic Japan. On a distant planet, a race resembling humans possess the ability to call upon a power called Gaia. The player takes the role of a young boy who learns the arts of Gaia. However, the land is in danger - an evil force is approaching. Assisted by his friends, the hero has to summon an army of demons and lead them in a war against the evil. Like in all other Megaten games, the player can summon demons and...

Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible Special

Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible Special

Sega Game Gear - Released - March 24, 1995

Last Bible Special is a part of Last Bible series, which are a sub-series within the Megaten universe. The events of "Last Bible Special" take place in an alternate Middle East in the beginning of the Christian era. You play as Materu, a young warrior who gets an assignment from the bishop of Jerusalem to travel to four dungeons. The demon king Graias is controlling other demons who found their hideout in those dungeons, and it's your task to defeat them. Unlike the three previous Last Bible games, Last Bible Special features 3D first-person dungeons, like in mainstream Shin Megami Tensei...

Message Navi Vol.2

Message Navi Vol.2

Sega Saturn - Released - February 20, 1998

Message Navi Vol. 2 (メッセージ・ナビ VOL.2) is a game for the Sega Saturn.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

It's Morphin Time! Five ordinary teens morph into the Power Rangers to foil the plans of the Evil Empress Rita Repulsa and save planet Earth. Choose your favorite Power Ranger color - Red, Yellow, Blue, Pink or Black! Battle huge, fierce and spectacular enemies! Even the Green Ranger and the fearsome Dragonzord!

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1995

Based on this summer's blockbuster hit, Power Rangers The Movie delivers action, fighting and adventure! Ivan Ooze has surfaced after six thousand years, and he's in a foul mood! It's up to you and the Power Rangers to stop him before he unleashes a steady stream of destruction on an unsuspecting universe. Introducing for the first time - White Ranger! It's Morphin' time!

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie

Sega Genesis - Released - September 1, 1995

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie is a side-scrolling beat-'em-up that can be played by up to two players, where the player can control both the Rangers themselves and their Zords (depending on the level). The game consists of six stages, with the first two stages and the final one covering events from the film, whereas Stage 3 to 5 are set before the events of the film and adapt key episodes from the TV show's second season (namely "White Light", "Ninja Encounter", and "Power Transfer"). The game's soundtrack, composed by Hikoshi Hashimoto, features hard rock arrangements of Ron...

Mobile Suit Gundam MSVS

Mobile Suit Gundam MSVS

WonderSwan - Released - August 26, 1999

A simulation game. Players assume the role of an Anaheim Electronics test pilot as they utilize various Mobile Suits from Gundam's One Year War era.

Ninja Gaiden

Ninja Gaiden

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

The Dragon Ninja village has been massacred! The powerful scroll of the Bushido has been stolen! You are Ryu Hayabusa, last of the Dragon Ninjas, and you must find the Bushido before it can be used to unleash evil across the Earth!

Ninku: Tsuyokina Yatsura no Daigekitotsu!

Ninku: Tsuyokina Yatsura no Daigekitotsu!

Sega Saturn - Released - February 2, 1996

Ninku Tsuyokina Yatsura No Daigekitotsu! it´s a bit of an oddball fighting game, the animation itself is a bit choppy, but the artwork itself is amazing and somewhat original to the fighting genre. the scenarios are in 3d and the fighers 2d, bet the original idea was to crwate the feeling of a 3d environment but the fighters still play just like a regular one plane game. This game must be somewhat rare and unknown to the western public, it´s not a great game imo but still worth the try, specialy if you are into fighting games or just a collector. Enjoy

PD Ultraman Link

PD Ultraman Link

Sega Saturn - Released - February 9, 1996

PD Ultraman Link (PDウルトラマンリンク) is a 1996 puzzle game for the Sega Saturn by SIMS and Bandai tying into the Ultraman franchise. It was only released in Japan. It appears to be a falling-blocks puzzle game in which you connect three or more pieces of the same color that connect in predefined ways. Super deformed Ultraman and pals themed puzzler in which you must align capsules to make a chain. Some very satisfying combos possible in a game that slowly gets its hooks into you as you get used to the unusual, yet refreshing, style.

Putt & Putter

Putt & Putter

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

The waves crash against the shore as you tee up. Ahead in the distance...pinball bumpers? An outrageous combination of miniature golf and pinball! It's Putt & Putter!

Putt & Putter

Putt & Putter

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1991

Now you can enjoy miniature golf on the go, with Putt & Putter for the Sega GameGear! Bank shots, water hazards, treadmills and pinball-style bumpers are all here for your amusement! By far the craziest version of miniature golf ever designed.

Rezel Cross

Rezel Cross

Sony PSP - Released - September 6, 2007

Rezel Cross is a Role-Playing game, developed by SIMS and published by SCEJ, which was released in Japan in 2007.

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 10: After Burner II

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 10: After Burner II

Sony Playstation 2 - March 25, 2004

After Burner II is an upgrade of the original 1988 arcade release of After Burner II, being presented entirely in 3D. Aside from this, it is essentially the same as before but with extra options such as unlimited continues. There is an "arranged" mode which lets you play as different planes, but it does not significantly affect gameplay.

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 11: Hokuto no Ken

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 11: Hokuto no Ken

Sony Playstation 2 - March 25, 2020

Hokuto no Ken is perhaps the most substantial upgrade in the Sega Ages 2500 series, being an remake of the 1986 Sega Mark III release of Hokuto no Ken (known as Black Belt in the west). It is presented entirely in 3D (though gameplay still takes place on a 2D plane). There are more moves and it is more closely linked to the anime.

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 3: Fantasy Zone

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 3: Fantasy Zone

Sony Playstation 2 - August 28, 2003

This game is a remake of the original 1986 arcade release of Fantasy Zone. It has two modes, "arcade" and "original", both sporting cell-shaded 3D graphics rather than 2D sprites and four new levels. Original mode is notable for its 3D effects. After a boss is defeated, the camera pans to a third-person perspective behind Opa-Opa and a bonus mode is engaged, in which you need to avoid obstacles and collect coins as the boss slowly dies.

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 5: Golden Axe

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 5: Golden Axe

Sony Playstation 2 - September 25, 2003

This game is a remake of the original 1989 arcade release of Golden Axe, presented entirely in 3D. It is mostly the same game as before, but now features cutscenes, magic which regenerates slightly after an enemy is killed, and enemies now have life bars. It also has an arranged soundtrack.

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 7: Columns

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 7: Columns

Sony Playstation 2 - December 18, 2003

This game is an upgrade of the original 1990 arcade release of Columns, including an "original mode" (which is practically identical to the arcade release) and an updated mode, sporting pre-rendered 2D graphics and various visual and audio upgrades. There is also a versus mode where you can play against the computer, otherwise it is not too dissimilar from the original version.

Sega Bass Fishing

Sega Bass Fishing

Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 9, 1999

Bass Fishing is an arcade fishing game where players attempt to hook and reel in fish with different lures. Consisting of four stages at different times of the day, the game requires the player to catch a certain weight of fish within a time limit in order to move 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.

Sekai no Omoshiro Party Game

Nintendo Wii - Released - April 20, 2010

"World's Fun Party Game" is a game with a distinctive occupation as a motif in the countries of the world. You can enjoy 5 games of snake wrestling, obsession extermination, cowboy, Japanese samurai, and seabed exploration. Even one person can play with 2 to 4 large numbers of people. Depending on the game, it corresponds to Wii Motion Plus and Balanced Wii Boat.

Sekai no Omoshiro Party Game 2

Nintendo Wii - Released - May 11, 2010

"World's Fun Party Game 2" is a game with a distinctive occupation as a motif in the countries of the world. You can enjoy 5 games of floating fishing, bullfighter, building cleaning, explorer, astronaut. Even one person can play with 2 to 4 large numbers of people. Depending on the game, it corresponds to Wii Motion Plus and Balanced Wii Boat.

Shin Megami Tensei

Shin Megami Tensei

Sega CD - Released - February 25, 1994

Shin Megami Tensei (真・女神転生) is a 1992 game for the Super Famicom by Atlus ported to the Sega Mega-CD by SIMS. The Mega CD version was only released in Japan.

Shura no Mon

Shura no Mon

Sega Genesis - Released - August 7, 1992

Tsukumo Mutsu, a young student of Karate, has come to the city seeking the Jinmukan dojo, looking for a challenge to prove himself. He's gotten lost, but a young girl helps him out. She happens to be the granddaughter of the head of the dojo, and doesn't want him to get involved with the place, but Tsukumo insists on continuing regardless. He walks right in, and takes on the first guy in a karate gi he comes across... Shura no Mon is a so-called "command action" game based on the manga by Masatoshi Kawahara. The player controls Tsukumo by selecting commands from a list, using different...

Sokkou Seitokai: Sonic Council

Sokkou Seitokai: Sonic Council

Sega Saturn - Released - January 29, 1998

Jinsoku Senior High School. At first glance, it`s a school that is everywhere, with a clique of a gang of four schoolgirl student council-style fighters who hold the "Tetsuwan" fighting ability beyond the knowledge present there. These people are called the "Sokkou Seitokai" (Sonic Council) because they overflow with ambition. One day, during the "Daiuchuu Kassai" (Cosmic Life Festival), invitations for tournament participants were received by tournament-style martial arts students that possess "Tetsuwan" throughout the whole town. They say, seemingly the power of the universe will be...

Tails' Skypatrol

Tails' Skypatrol

Sega Game Gear - Released - April 28, 1995

While flying his plane, Tails discovers a small island and lands to investigate. While initially appearing to be uninhabited, he eventually comes upon an old woman. She declares herself to be the great Wendy Witchcart, and claims the island and everything on it as her own, threatening to transform any dissidents into crystal. She then heads off with her henchmen, and Tails, determined to stop her, chases after them.

Tecmo World Cup

Tecmo World Cup

Sega Genesis - Released - January 31, 1992

Tecmo World Cup offers all the power and drama of professional soccer! Choose from a host of international teams and muscle your way to the top of the ranks! With competitors coming from Algeria to the U.S.A., you'll need to use all of your abilities to become a champion! Select your offensive and defensive strategies and begin the bone-jarring, head-banging action! Aim corner kicks, throw, throw-ins, and one-on-one shots at the goal for the true test of your soccer skills! Take on the toughest teams from around the globe and go for the Tecmo World Cup!

Tecmo World Cup '93

Tecmo World Cup '93

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Twenty-four teams from around the globe have come to participate in this soccer showcase. Pick one and match your skills against the computer in an exhibition match, take on a friend, or put it all on the line in the World Cup Tournament! The action never stops!

Tempo Jr.

Tempo Jr.

Sega Game Gear - 1995

Tempo Jr. is a platforming game and sequel to Tempo on the Sega 32X. The player again takes control of the cute grasshopper Tempo and guides him through various stages. The goal in each level is just to find the exit. Each level consists of two stages and a boss fight. After finishing a level, Tempo can take part in a mini game if he found coins in the completed level and win additional points or lives. Tempo can shoot notes from his hands to stun enemies, which will then automatically be kicked away on contact. He can also use his wings to move faster, float in the air or fall more slowly and...

Tengen World Cup Soccer

Tengen World Cup Soccer

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1993

The game has an unusual naming scheme. In Japan there were no issues, as the game was published by SIMS themselves. In North America and PAL regions however, publishing rights were given to Tengen, who altered many of the in-game banners and renamed the game Tengen World Cup Soccer, even though the majority of the work was done by SIMS. The game offers 24 different national teams from across the world, although the choices aren't based on any official tournament from the era. For 1993 the list is quite out of date; the Federal Republic of Germany (more commonly known as West Germany) had...

Tom and Jerry: The Movie

Tom and Jerry: The Movie

Sega Master System - Released - October 1, 1992

Oooooh, that mouse! If there's one thing Tom can't stand, it's a rascally rodent named Jerry, and if that mouse isn't careful, Tom is going to nab him. But Jerry is pretty tricky. So muster up all your feline courage, Tom, 'cause there's a dangerous little mouse in the house!

Tom and Jerry: The Movie

Tom and Jerry: The Movie

Sega Game Gear - 1993

Oooooh, that mouse! If there's one thing Tom can't stand, it's a rascally rodent named Jerry, and if that mouse isn't careful, Tom is going to nab him. But Jerry is pretty tricky. So muster up all your feline courage, Tom, 'cause there's a dangerous little mouse in the house!

Ultraman: Hikari no Kyojin Densetsu

Ultraman: Hikari no Kyojin Densetsu

Sega Saturn - Released - December 20, 1996

Giant robots really hate giant monsters, and vice-versa. Never has this been more apparent than in Bandai's recent Japanese release, Ultraman Legend (or more specifically, Urutoraman: Hikari no Kyojin Densetsu). Based on the popular Japanese television series (some incarnations of which have made their way to the States in the past), Ultraman Legend is a 3-D fighting game, of sorts. In an interesting departure from the norm, the game tackles 3-D using rail-based movement (similar to Crystal Dynamics' Pandemonium). Instead of acting within a large circle, the gameplay takes place along a...

Vampire: Master of Darkness

Vampire: Master of Darkness

Sega Game Gear - Released - October 23, 1992

You must hunt down Dracula, the Master of Darkness, and defeat him before all of England is in his terrifying grasp! Do you have both the skills and the courage to battle past his ghoulish minions so that you can face this monster and save the day?

Virtual Volleyball

Virtual Volleyball

Sega Saturn - Released - July 21, 1995

Virtual Volleyball (バーチャル バレーボール) is a volleyball game for the Sega Saturn.

Wimbledon

Wimbledon

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

Control one of the world's top players, or enter yourself in the Tour and test your skill. Singles, Doubles, practice, four exciting tournaments - fast, heart-stopping action from beginning to end!

Wimbledon II

Wimbledon II

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

You started out at the bottom, an unknown name in a field of highly talented players. You worked your way up the ranks, playing in America, Australia and France. And now, the big day... the day you take on the best tennis players in the world for the Wimbledon Open Cup!

Wimbledon Tennis

Wimbledon Tennis

Sega Game Gear - August 1, 1992

Control one of the world's top players, or enter yourself in the Tour and test your skill. Featuring fast, heart-stopping action from beginning to end! Overhead smashes, blazing serves, passing shots, a practice mode and four prestigious tournaments - this game's got it all!

Wrestle War

Wrestle War

Sega Genesis - Released - June 28, 1991

Wrestle War puts the player in the role of a rookie pro-wrestler, Bruce Blade, who has to go through a series of bouts to win the championship. The "Sega Wrestling Alliance" wrestling promotion in which the wrestlers compete is fictional. There are no real-life wrestlers or any licensed tournament used in the game; however, many of the characters bear a strong resemblance to popular wrestlers or movie characters. The ring is done in pseudo 3D. The graphics are sprites, but the wrestlers can move along the Z and X axes and the ring will instantly rotate 90 degrees to give a better view of...

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