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18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

Nintendo GameCube - Released - February 18, 2002

Get behind the wheel of a 60-foot-long, 20-ton, 18-wheeled truck and buckle up as you drive in locations from New York to California. 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker features arcade-style racing in four gameplay modes: arcade, parking, score attack, and versus. You'll transport cargo and race against other truck drivers--all while protecting your rig from damage. In versus mode, you can take on a friend in split-screen action on four different raceways.

3-D WorldRunner

3-D WorldRunner

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1987

The battle of a lifetime comes alive in 3-D! WorldRunner. The wildest of the space cowboys is out looking for adventure. Now he's got it, and he needs your help. A strange world terrorized by Grax, the Alien Serpentbeast, has asked you, WorldRunner, for help. Knowing you can outrun, outjump and outblast anyone or anything, you race into battle. But this is no ordinary fight. These battles will carry you to eight strange planets filled with bottomless pits, shooting stars, and poisonous aliens, all sworn to defend their Serpent King. And each new world is ruled by an Alien...

AFL Live 2003

AFL Live 2003

Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 20, 2002

AFL Live 2003 is a Sports game, developed by IR Gurus and published by Acclaim, which was released in Australia in 2002. The aim of the game is simple: Choose your team and take them all the way through the regular season to the Grand Final, in front of thousands of screaming fans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Grab high-flying marks, kick the ball over 50 meters down the ground, score the winning goal in the dying seconds. It's all here. Besides the season you can also play an exhibition game or just the finals. Every one of the 16 teams and players from the 2002 AFL season is included,...

AFL Live 2003

AFL Live 2003

Windows - November 20, 2002

AFL Live 2003 is a Sports game, developed by IR Gurus and published by Acclaim, which was released in Australia in 2002. The aim of the game is simple: Choose your team and take them all the way through the regular season to the Grand Final, in front of thousands of screaming fans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Grab high-flying marks, kick the ball over 50 meters down the ground, score the winning goal in the dying seconds. It's all here. Besides the season you can also play an exhibition game or just the finals. Every one of the 16 teams and players from the 2002 AFL season is included,...

AFL Live 2004

AFL Live 2004

Microsoft Xbox - Released - August 20, 2003

As its predecessor AFL Live 2003 this game is a simulation of Australian Football and it's main league, the AFL. Updates include the chance to win player awards throughout the season (including the all important Brownlow Medal for best player of the year). Player Missions will have you attempting to re-create history, or change it, as some of the best and worst moments for each team are there for you to make or break. Plus you can now take your team through the pre-season Wizard Cup competition.

AFL Live: Premiership Edition

AFL Live: Premiership Edition

Microsoft Xbox - August 23, 2004

Following on AFL Live 2004, AFL Live: Premiership Edition boasts the latest team lists, added gameplay features, and unlockable content like videos from the 2003 season. Also new is the inclusion of the "Wizard Home Loan Club", a pre-season competition with knockout-matches. Based on Australian Rules Football, the game attempts to recreate the experience of the real games. Users can set up a single exhibition match, or play through an entire season with their favourite team. Features commentary from experts such as Dennis Cometti and Gerald Healy.

Aggressive Inline

Aggressive Inline

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 27, 2002

In Aggressive Inline the player takes the role of one of nine real-life skaters with one specific goal: receiving as much points as possible by performing spectacular stunts. Every of the 13 courses also has various special challenges, e.g. collecting or smashing certain items, which need to be performed to beat it. In contrast to the open areas of the console versions this one features more linear levels and tight time limits.

Aggressive Inline

Aggressive Inline

Nintendo GameCube - July 31, 2002

Aggressive Inline pushes your inline skating skills to the limit with a new Juice Meter, challenging objectives, and expansive levels. You can choose from an array of professional inline skaters--including Jaren Grob, Chris Edwards, and Shane Yost--and showcase your talent in various interactive skate parks. Perform a variety of manuals, grinds, big-air tricks, wall flips, hand plants, and more, to build up your Juice Meter and avoid elimination. Aggressive Inline also includes a Park Editor that lets you design your own skate park, complete with rails, ramps, and pipes.

Airwolf

Airwolf

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 19, 1989

Deep within enemy territory, your fellow countrymen are imprisoned. Only one man in the free world would dare attempt to save them. You, Stringfellow Hawke, commander of Airwolf. And yet, as you strap yourself into the cockpit of your supersonic jet copter, you know this is the most dangerous assignment you have ever flown. Your mission is mapped out. Airwolf's heat-seeking missiles and superpowered machine guns are fired up, ready to blow the terrorists away. But can you evade enemy radar time after time? Can you sneak behind the enemy lines, find the captives and bring them to safety...

Alias

Alias

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 7, 2004

Based on the successful television show, Alias lets players take on the role of Sydney Bristow, a stealth operative working for the CIA. The game sets the player against two of Bristow's enemies from the original series in a plot which takes her from Saudi Arabia to Rio de Janeiro as she aims to find out about a mysterious device known only as "The Machine". The game was devised in conjunction with the writers from the show and uses official costumes, character shots and voices. Players can use a stealth or action approach to get through the levels. With stealth Bristow needs to hug walls...

Alias

Alias

Microsoft Xbox - Released - April 6, 2004

Alias is a third-person action adventure containing a unique blend of action and stealth that puts you under fire and under pressure. Whether you're up against the clock or being hunted by the enemy, fighting against the odds, or fleeing for your life, the action is relentless. Utilize your incredible spyware, deadly moves, and array of disguises to complete the most dangerous covert missions across the globe. All the heart-stopping action and tension of the TV series is now under your control.

Alias

Alias

Windows - April 7, 2004

Based on the successful television show, Alias lets players take on the role of Sydney Bristow, a stealth operative working for the CIA. The game sets the player against two of Bristow's enemies from the original series in a plot which takes her from Saudi Arabia to Rio de Janeiro as she aims to find out about a mysterious device known only as "The Machine". The game was devised in conjunction with the writers from the show and uses official costumes, character shots and voices. Players can use a stealth or action approach to get through the levels. With stealth Bristow needs to hug walls...

Alien Trilogy

Alien Trilogy

Sony Playstation - Released - February 1, 1996

Alien Trilogy is a first-person shooter based on the first three Alien movies. You control Lt. Ripley in three sections, each based on one film: The colony complex on LV426 (from Aliens), the prison planet (from Alien³) and the derelict spaceship (from Alien). Each section consists of about 10 missions. In every mission, certain goals must be accomplished to continue. These include killing a certain number of enemies, finding items or activating switches. Enemies include everything the alien life cycle provides: facehuggers, chestbursters, warrior aliens, dog aliens (from Alien³) and alien...

Alien Trilogy

Alien Trilogy

Sega Saturn - July 31, 1996

Every now and then a game spawned from film hits the mark, and Alien Trilogy captures the gruesome essence of one of Hollywood's best high-tension thriller/action offerings. Simply put, this is an excellent video game and to date it's perhaps the best Doom-clone to bloody the consoles. From the colony of LV-426 to the Alien spaceship (which brought the plague to the infested prison colony), all of the 30-some levels pay tribute to the films. Whimpering people are encrusted in the Alien-ified walls (who explode when you shoot them, or spurt chestbursters to punish the loitering Colonial...

All-Star Baseball 2000

All-Star Baseball 2000

Nintendo 64 - Released - April 7, 1999

All-Star Baseball 2000 is the second release in the series and includes a range of improvements and new features compared to the '99 version. Motion captured technology allows a realistic representation of player movements, swings, throws and catches. Apart from the improved roster management, which includes the ability to sign players from the minor league and create new players with new stats, you are able to play a 162 game inter-league season or complete the 1999 MLB scheduled season. Once more there are 30 teams available in the game, as well as home stadiums and home or away jerseys....

All-Star Baseball 2000

All-Star Baseball 2000

Nintendo Game Boy Color - May 1, 1999

Using real licensed teams and players from the 1999 season, ALL-STAR BASEBALL 2000 challenges you to take your favorite MLB team to a World Series victory. ALL-STAR BASEBALL 2000 offers a wide variety of gameplay options. If you think you have what it takes to play through a full season of MLB action, try the Season mode. If you like to cut to the chase, go straight to the Playoffs. Practice up your swing in the Batting Practice mode, and then prove your skills in the Home Run Derby! When you're ready, take to the field with the greats of the sport in an All-Star Game. Choose between manual...

All-Star Baseball 2001

All-Star Baseball 2001

Nintendo Game Boy Color - June 1, 2000

Are you ready to be an All-Star? In Acclaim's ALL-STAR BASEBALL 2001, that's just what you'll have to be to hang in the dugout with the pros. This single-player game for the PSX brings all of your favorite MLB teams to the small screen with a wide variety of gameplay options. Choose your favorite team and go through a full Season or cut right to the Playoffs to prove you are the best. Take it to a new level by playing an All-Star Game, where the top players from the MLB come to show off their stuff. For this version there's an improved batting system, as well as updated rosters, better...

All-Star Baseball 2001

All-Star Baseball 2001

Nintendo 64 - Released - March 31, 2000

The last All-Star Baseball release on the N64 once again includes some new features as well as improvements in relation to previous play modes & options. For 2001, a new team is included, The Coopertown Legends, featuring a selection of some of the finest players to ever grace the MLB, including Yogi Berra, Willie Stargell and Reggie Jackson. Along with the legends team, you can choose from every player, team and stadium from the real 2000 MLB season. Each player includes facial expressions and looks inspired to realism, plus motion-captured player movements, batting stances and reactions to...

All-Star Baseball 2002

All-Star Baseball 2002

Sony Playstation 2 - March 12, 2001

All-Star Baseball 2002 has the complete 2001-2002 MLBPA rosters. You may choose to play as one of the current teams, or you can go back to the past and play as people like Nolan Ryan or Reggie Jackson. You can also create your own player and/or team. The featured game modes are Quick Play, Exhibition, All-Star Game, Season, Series, Home Run Derby and Batting Practice. Batting is cursor based, and you can choose between a power or a contact swing - for the latter there are even more options available, e.g. trying to hit the opposite field. Batting is similar in as you choose your itching...

All-Star Baseball 2002

All-Star Baseball 2002

Nintendo GameCube - November 18, 2001

All-Star Baseball 2002 has the complete 2001-2002 MLBPA rosters. You may choose to play as one of the current teams, or you can go back to the past and play as people like Nolan Ryan or Reggie Jackson. You can also create your own player and/or team. The featured game modes are Quick Play, Exhibition, All-Star Game, Season, Series, Home Run Derby and Batting Practice. Batting is cursor based, and you can choose between a power or a contact swing - for the latter there are even more options available, e.g. trying to hit the opposite field. Batting is similar in as you choose your itching...

All-Star Baseball 2003

All-Star Baseball 2003

Sony Playstation 2 - February 28, 2002

Four-time World Series Champion Derek Jeter headlines the 2003 edition of All-Star Baseball. Every player from the Major League Baseball 2002-2003 season is here, with hundreds of stats, rules and options to modify and jazz up your baseball experience. Along with the usual season mode, there's also the playoff's to be won, home run competition's, multiplayer options and all-star modes. New is the franchise mode which simulates 20 seasons.

All-Star Baseball 2003

All-Star Baseball 2003

Nintendo GameCube - February 25, 2003

The All-Star Baseball baseball video game series was developed and published by Acclaim Entertainment. The series began in 1997 with the release of All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas, the successor to Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball. New York Yankees play-by-play announcers John Sterling and Michael Kay were the announcers for 1998-2000 editions of the game. The final release in the series (due to the bankruptcy of Acclaim) is All-Star Baseball 2005. Within the individual games, there are several different modes of play, such as exhibition, managing an existing Major League...

All-Star Baseball 2003

All-Star Baseball 2003

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 31, 2002

Featuring four-time World Series Champion Derek Jeter, All-Star Baseball 2003 features many exciting new modes of play and options that deliver unparalleled hardball realism. Building upon proven success, All-Star Baseball 2003 combines the perfect blend of simulation style hardball for the baseball fanatic, with the ease of use for the casual sports gamer.

All-Star Baseball 2004

All-Star Baseball 2004

Nintendo GameCube - February 23, 2003

The All-Star Baseball baseball video game series was developed and published by Acclaim Entertainment. The series began in 1997 with the release of All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas, the successor to Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball. New York Yankees play-by-play announcers John Sterling and Michael Kay were the announcers for 1998-2000 editions of the game. The final release in the series (due to the bankruptcy of Acclaim) is All-Star Baseball 2005. Within the individual games, there are several different modes of play, such as exhibition, managing an existing Major League...

All-Star Baseball 2004

All-Star Baseball 2004

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - February 23, 2003

Like Derek Jeter, All-Star Baseball 2004 is the game "with all the tools." With the most realistic simulation ever, easier to play functionality, and the same all around skill set that makes Derek the leader and winner he is, ASB 2004 truly is the game with all the tools.

All-Star Baseball 2004

All-Star Baseball 2004

Sony Playstation 2 - March 1, 2003

It's back to the ballpark for the 7th time in this addition to the All-Star Baseball series. As in earlier versions, all current Major League Baseball teams players are featured, available for play in a number of single-game, season, and playoff modes. New in this version is the inclusion of over 100 legendary players from seasons past, including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and Ty Cobb. The game's interface has also been revamped to be more user-friendly. Derek Jeter returns as the cover athlete for the 2004 version and also plays host for the game's live-action stadium tours and other...

All-Star Baseball 2005

All-Star Baseball 2005

Sony Playstation 2 - April 8, 2004

The 2005 update to the All-Star Baseball series includes online features such as head-to-head play and improved online updates to the rosters (both Xbox and PS2). You can now also bat using the analog controller and two new camera angles have been added: the fieldercam and the broadcastcam. As for the gameplay, the create-a-player mode has been enhanced, and a franchise mode has been added. Steve Lyons and Thom Brennaman are the commentators, with Spanish play-by-play by Arizona Diamondbacks' commentator Oscar Soria. The game also includes a full gameplay tutorial for those new to the game.

All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas

All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas

Sony Playstation - Released - June 30, 1997

All-Star Baseball 97 brings to the plate several features that build upon 1996's Frank Thomas "Big Hurt" Baseball. The most notable additions are both Major League Baseball and MLBPA licenses, offering 30 official teams and stadiums as well as over 700 real players with ratings based on the 1996 season. Six different modes of play include Exhibition, Season, Playoffs, All-Star Game, Batting Practice, and Home Run Derby. Also included are trades allowing would-be General Managers to help their teams make a run at the World Series. Play-by-play announcing is provided by award winning Jon...

All-Star Baseball 99

All-Star Baseball 99

Nintendo 64 - Released - May 29, 1998

All-Star Baseball is a baseball video game series developed by Iguana Entertainment and published by Acclaim Entertainment. The series began in 1998 with the release of All-Star Baseball '99. All 30 Major League Baseball teams feature in the first All-Star Baseball title. Game modes include Training, Season, Playoff, World Series, plus an All-Star Match, Home Run Derby and MLB trivia. 100 different batting styles are featured, as well as motions such as sliding catches, base collisions, kneeling throws and broken bats. It's also possible to sign up and trade players from all around the league...

All-Star Baseball '99

All-Star Baseball '99

Nintendo Game Boy - May 1, 1998

All-Star Baseball 99 is the first handheld entry in the All-Star Baseball series and differs from its N64 counterpart. The game features six different modes: exhibition games, a full season (either all 162 games of the 1998 season or various shortened runs), the '97 playoffs, the '97 All-Star game as well as the Home Run Derby, and a batting practice mode. In season and playoff mode, progress is saved via passwords. On the field, players will control pitching, fielding and batting (bunts and swings are possible). The game also allows players to set team lineups and positions. The game...

Arch Rivals: A Basketbrawl!

Arch Rivals: A Basketbrawl!

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1990

The full-court action between the Arch Rivals is really hot tonight. Here's Mohawk, taking it to the hoop... POW! He just got nailed in the alley with a right cross! FOUL! FOUL! FOUL! What?! No Foul? That's right. No Fouls. This is basketball where breaking the rules is part of the rules! If you can't block a shot - knock your opponent's block off. If you can't steal the ball - steal his shorts! But don't think these tactics are enough to win. Arch Rivals still requires real B-ball skills like passing, shooting, ball handling, slam dunks, and 3 point shots. Based on the arcade smash hit,...

Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.

Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.

Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 22, 1999

Experience the thrills and action of standing alone against an entire alien invasion in ARMORINES: Project S.W.A.R.M. for Game Boy Color. You're just one Armorine against an entire race of vicious alien bugs bent on destroying all human life on Venus. Play through six overhead levels full of action and puzzles. Beware, because the enemy is intelligent and won't hesitate to use strategy to defeat you. Make use of five different weapons, including the laser, the flamethrower, and the plasma rifle to deal with the relentless assault. Work your way through a variety of levels all the way up to the...

Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.

Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 2, 1999

The invasion has begun - an alien species infestated Earth and now they are after your flesh! Choose one of two Armorines, each with their own selection of weapons and fight back against bugs of all sizes; minimize the enemies chance of eliminating human civilization as we know it and eradicate every single trace of their race on our beloved planet!

Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.

Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.

Sony Playstation - Released - June 30, 2000

Human Domination or Bug Infestation? The Choice is Yours. Your're an Armorine. Your're wearing the latest in futuristic battle-armor. Armed with a devasting arsenal, you've got 120 hours to stop an all-out bug invasion of Earth. Or die trying.

ATV Quad Power Racing

ATV Quad Power Racing

Sony Playstation - Released - August 23, 2000

Fire up your PlayStation for a four-wheel frenzy with ATV Quad Power Racing. ATV stands for All-Terrain Vehicle, and this game has a wide variety of both terrain and vehicles. You can slip through the snow, slide through the sand, and muck through the mud against computer-controlled riders like Sam Stone, Mitzi Chen, and Heather Gold, or you can challenge a friend and see if he has what it takes to motor to the finish. Choose one of three racers and head out to 12 tracks, racing against the clock or trying to beat the competition. Improve your skills and you’ll unlock better, faster ATVs....

ATV Quad Power Racing 2

ATV Quad Power Racing 2

Nintendo GameCube - January 22, 2003

ATV Quad Power Racing 2 is an all-terrain vehicle racing video game released in 2003. It is the sequel to ATV Quad Power Racing. It is available for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox. It was developed by Climax Brighton, and published by Acclaim Entertainment under their AKA Acclaim label. The game is notable for its inclusion of a three-wheeled ATV, not seen in any other video games, and not sold in the real world since the late 1980s.

ATV Quad Power Racing 2

ATV Quad Power Racing 2

Microsoft Xbox - January 28, 2003

ATV Quad Power Racing is the sequel to ATV Quad Power Racing on the Playstation, with many new features: Choose from 10 of the top professional riders from all over the world, including Dana Creech, Kory Ellis and Tim Farr. Race through 17 massive tracks and five environments, located in challenging countries throughout the world. Get dirty and physically fight with opponents to the finish line, letting them know that you're king off-road. Over-the-top controls and game physics, allowing players to pull huge air and amazingly fun power slides. More than 20 freestyle tricks to let riders...

ATV Quad Power Racing 2

ATV Quad Power Racing 2

Sony Playstation 2 - January 27, 2003

ATV Quad Power Racing is the sequel to ATV Quad Power Racing on the Playstation, with many new features: Choose from 10 of the top professional riders from all over the world, including Dana Creech, Kory Ellis and Tim Farr. Race through 17 massive tracks and five environments, located in challenging countries throughout the world. Get dirty and physically fight with opponents to the finish line, letting them know that you're king off-road. Over-the-top controls and game physics, allowing players to pull huge air and amazingly fun power slides. More than 20 freestyle tricks to let riders...

ATV: Quad Power Racing

ATV: Quad Power Racing

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 20, 2002

Features 10 unique and challenging tracks and environments; 9 different tricked-out ATVs to chose from; 3D ATVs, riders and environments, as real as it gets on a hand-held. Take on the competition in Arcade and Challenge game modes and 3 different classes of ATVs: Stock, Pro and Open.

Bart Simpson's Escape from Camp Deadly

Bart Simpson's Escape from Camp Deadly

Nintendo Game Boy - November 1, 1991

School's out and Bart's ready for some summer fun in the sun! Until he got the news - Homer and Marge were sending him and Lisa off to summer camp. Not just any camp, but the infamous Camp Deadly! How bad could it be? Well, with Ironfist Burns as head counselor and Nelson and his band of bullies as bunkmates, it's not exactly paradise. Bart and Lisa are determined to get out - but first they've got to survive outrageous food fights, killer bees and a life-threatening game of capture the flag. Help Bart and Lisa escape, at least in time for school!

Batman Forever

Batman Forever

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 1, 1995

The Real Game Begins! BATMAN FOREVER! Brace yourself for endless action with BATMAN FOREVER! BATMAN and ROBIN blast into GOTHAM CITY in a duo-player fighting game! Armed with over 125 incredible attacks, fierce combat moves, and an arsenal of gadgets, the DYNAMIC DUO are ready to battle the diabolical minds of TWO-FACE and THE RIDDLER! Without question... it's BATMAN FOREVER! Featuring over 80 unbelieveable stages! Incredible 3-D computer-rendered graphics! Real digitized characters and backgrounds! Team up as Batman and Robin and find tons of secret rooms and hidden surprises!

Batman Forever

Batman Forever

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 7, 1995

Brace yourself for endless action with BATMAN FOREVER! Batman and Robin blast into Gotham City in a duo-player fighting game! Armed with over 125 incredible attacks, fierce combat moves, and an arsenal of gadgets, the Dynamic duo are ready to battle the diabolical minds of Two-Face and The Riddler! Without a question...it's BATMAN FOREVER!

Batman Forever

Batman Forever

Arcade - Released - March 1, 1996

A Final-Fight/Double-Dragon style game which features the Caped Crusader and his sidekick Robin in a traditional beat-em-up. Based on the Batman Forever movie, this side-scrolling beat-em-up features the plot, several memorable characters, and quotes from its movie counterpart. The player gets to use batarangs, a bat grapple, and tons of other Batman-specific goodies in order to accomplish their goals. The player can create their own combos and collect power-ups to help them in their quest to rid the streets of Gotham from an everlasting flow of bad guys.

Batman Forever

Batman Forever

Sega Game Gear - September 7, 1995

The Real Game Begins! BATMAN FOREVER! Brace yourself for endless action with BATMAN FOREVER! BATMAN and ROBIN blast into GOTHAM CITY in a duo-player fighting game! Armed with tons of incredible attacks, fierce combat moves, and an arsenal of gadgets, the DYNAMIC DUO are ready to battle the diabolical minds of TWO-FACE and THE RIDDLER! Without question... it's BATMAN FOREVER!

Batman Forever

Batman Forever

Sega Genesis - Released - September 7, 1995

The player plays as either Batman or Robin. There is also a fighting game mode called "training mode" where the player can play as Batman, Robin, or any of the enemies found throughout the game against either a computer-controlled opponent, against a second player, or cooperatively against two computer opponents.

Batman Forever

Batman Forever

Sega ST-V

Batman Forever is a beat 'em up video game based on the movie of the same name. Though released by the same publisher at roughly the same time, it is an entirely different game from Batman Forever: The Arcade Game.

Batman Forever: The Arcade Game

Batman Forever: The Arcade Game

Sony Playstation - Released - December 3, 1996

Batman Forever: The Arcade Game is based on the movie of the same name. One or two players, playing as Batman and Robin, fight Two-Face, the Riddler, and numerous henchmen. This game however, is not in any way related to another similar game made by the same company. Taking on the role of either Batman or Robin, players will punch, kick, and use special combination attacks to defeat waves of enemies. The special combinations applied to enemies can add up to a possible 150+ hits on a single villain. Special weapons, such as Batarangs, can be found throughout the levels. It is sectioned...

Batman Forever: The Arcade Game

Batman Forever: The Arcade Game

Sega Saturn - November 30, 1996

It's a fight to the finish as Batman and Robin take on the dark side of Gotham City's underworld! Power-Up with devastating special moves and gadgets, then master the unique combo system which allows up to 400 hits! Batman Forever the Arcade Game - 100% computer-rendered street brawling arcade action!

Battle Monsters

Battle Monsters

Sega Saturn - June 2, 1995

Try to gain control of the underworld in Battle Monsters. You must choose from a variety of monsters, and then enter one-on-one combat. Twelve characters are available (from a human/bird hybrid to a headless creature) with each having its own set of special moves, like juggling opponents in the air, and pit monster against monster. Fight through several different places where each level's background is made up of multiple levels, allowing combatants to jump from one platform to another with two attack buttons and two jump buttons controlling the action.

BattleSport

BattleSport

Sony Playstation - Released - June 30, 1997

This game was believed to be the sport of the future by many developers. You control a tank and try to score more goals than your opponent in a set amount of time. But this is no ordinary sports game; you get weapons and can shoot your opponent to prevent them from scoring. Perhaps we'll never see this sport in real life but at least we've got it in videogame form.

Bigfoot

Bigfoot

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 1, 1990

Bigfoot was a racing game released in July 1990 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was developed by Beam Software and published by Acclaim. The game was advertised by the legendary monster truck of the same name in the cartoon segment of the 1990 television show Video Power, titled The Power Team. The show also often used sound effects for the actions of not only Bigfoot, but others as well. The gameplay involves racing monster trucks including the title truck, Bigfoot (blue). The computer controlled trucks are green (The Growler) and yellow (The Charger) if the computer's truck...

Blockbuster World Video Game Championship II

Blockbuster World Video Game Championship II

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1995

Apparently, in 1995 Blockbuster organized their second Video Game Championship. There were two categories, up to 13 and over 14 years old. You also had to choose to compete on the SNES or Genesis. From June 14th to July 9th there was a Store Championship Competition, then the WVGC-Finals. Each store had to award a Store Champions with a prize of free rentals for the next two years (two games a month). The best eleven players then won a trip to San Francisco for the final fight in August, inside the GamePro (gaming magazine) HQ.

Bloodshot

Bloodshot

Sega Genesis - June 1, 1995

Bloodshot, known as Battle Frenzy in Germany, is a Sega Mega Drive and Sega Mega-CD game developed by Domark. It is notable for being a 3D first person shooter - one of the few available for the Sega Mega Drive and the only game of this genre for the Sega Mega-CD. Bloodshot was only released in Mega Drive cartridge form throughout Europe and Australia. It was exclusive to the Sega Channel in North America where it was called by its German name, Battle Frenzy. It is assumed the game was retitled to make the game sound less violent, though the game does not contain any blood ("Bloodshot" is a...

Brain Drain

Brain Drain

Nintendo Game Boy - March 1, 1998

Think you are smart? Prove it! Brain Drain is the ultimate cerebral challenge. Unscramble the mind-bending puzzles, beat the clock and the odds. Use your power-ups wisely. That’s how you max out your score… and the higher your score, the smarter you are. Sound simple? Plug into Brain Drain and see how smart you are! But be warned... a brain is a terrible thing to drain!

Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands

Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1996

There is no antidote, no vaccine, no serum and no cure. Bubble Bobble® and Rainbow Island™, two irresistible arcade classics are back! Crush, burst, blast and blow bubbles, solves mazes and defeat the baddies across 125 levels of mindboggling, rainbow-rocking gameplay... because they don't make them like they used to! Bubble Bobble® and Rainbow Islands™-The lost generation of gaming for the next generation!

Burnout

Burnout

Sony Playstation 2 - November 1, 2001

Burnout is a arcade style racing game in the mold of the Test Drive or Need For Speed series. In this game, you are racing on realistic streets with real traffic to contend with. There are 6 courses on which to race, 3 of which are reminiscent of Europe, and 3 from the USA. There are several vehicles to choose from, ranging from compact cars to pickups. However, they are not based on real makes and models. One notable feature of Burnout is the "Burn Meter." The Burn Meter is a gauge that is filled by performing reckless stunts, like racing into oncoming traffic, or power-drifting through...

Burnout 2: Point of Impact

Burnout 2: Point of Impact

Nintendo GameCube - Released - April 9, 2003

Burnout is a street racing game focused around speed and crashing. Unlike many games which focus on closed course driving, you get to drive through cities with real traffic and city infrastructure. Designers have built an entire city and surrounding areas, and implement the race courses throughput the countie's streets. As a result, many times certain parts of race-courses interlace with other parts of other races. As well, instead of encouraging strategic driving and safe driving, Burnout strongly encourages offensive driving. Driving on the wrong side of the road, barely missing passing...

Burnout 2: Point of Impact - Developer's Cut

Burnout 2: Point of Impact - Developer's Cut

Microsoft Xbox - Released - May 1, 2003

Burnout is a street racing game focused around speed and crashing. Unlike many games which focus on closed course driving, you get to drive through cities with real traffic and city infrastructure. Designers have built an entire city and surrounding areas, and implement the race courses throughout the county's streets. As a result, many times certain parts of race-courses interlace with other parts of other races. As well, instead of encouraging strategic driving and safe driving, Burnout strongly encourages offensive driving. Driving on the wrong side of the road, barely missing passing...

Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Sony Playstation - Released - March 29, 1996

Bub and Bob are back! Like in Tetris in reverse, you shoot bubbles at an array of different-colored bubbles stuck in an ever descending ceiling, attempting to match them up three by three to make them disappear.

Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Nintendo 64 - Released - May 20, 1998

Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade Edition is the lightning-quick, ultra-intense, 100% addictive, arcade puzzler that's gonna grab you and never let go! As the balls descend, you're gonna need sharp eyes and quick reflexes to match 3 or more balls and pop them... fast! Insane two-player action pits you against an opponent in a race to bust or be busted! Match 'em by color! Stack 'em! Pop 'em! It's the end all, be all, puzzle game of the century that lets everyone Bust-A-Move!

Bust-a-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Bust-a-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Nintendo Game Boy - 1997

BUST-A-MOVE 2 is the lightning quick, ultra-intense, 100% addictive, arcade puzzler that's gonna grab you and never let go! As the balls descend, you're gonna need sharp eyes and quick reflexes to match 3 or more balls and pop them...fast! Insane two player action pits you against an opponent in a race to bust or be busted!!

Bust-A-Move 3 DX

Bust-A-Move 3 DX

Nintendo Game Boy - 1998

So you think you've mastered every puzzle game in the universe, eh? Well, think again. Our all-new Bust-a-Move 3 will have you eating humble pie 'til your gut hurts. But hang in there, after your ego recovers a bit, you'll learn to smash through all the complex levels of dazzling rainbow spheres. And when you figure out what it takes to win, challenge friends to a head-to-head and watch them squirm. Just try not to laugh too hard.

Bust-A-Move 4

Bust-A-Move 4

Nintendo Game Boy Color - May 6, 1999

You'll be Forever Bursting Bubbles! Bust-A-Move-4 is bursting onto the scene with more advanced gameplay, and tons of new features. It's a challenge for the whole family! * Bury opponents with the devastating new Chain Reactions. * Keep the bubbles in balance with the new Pulley Mechanism. * Rank yourself with the comprehensive Ranking System. * Save custom puzzles to Memory Cards with Edit Mode.

Bust-A-Move '99

Bust-A-Move '99

Nintendo 64 - Released - April 1, 1999

Think you've busted with the best? Not until you've faced Bust-A-Move '99! With intense 4-player competition, all new graphics, and create-a-level mode, you've never busted bubbles like these! And with eight new mysterious characters to save, you'll be bustin' like crazy to solve all the puzzles and send them home!

Bust-a-Move '99

Bust-a-Move '99

Sony Playstation - Released - November 6, 1997

Think you've busted with the best? Not until you've faced Bust-A-Move '99! With intense 2 player competition, all new graphics, and create-a-level mode, you've never busted bubbles like these! And with 8 new mysterious characters to save, you'll be bustin' like crazy to solve all the puzzles and send them home!

Bust-A-Move Millennium

Bust-A-Move Millennium

Nintendo Game Boy Color - October 11, 2000

BUST-A-MOVE MILENNIUM EDITION on Game Boy Color brings a bevy of often-requested new features to this classic puzzler. Bubbles of different colors descend from the top of the screen in clumps. Using your blaster that fires colored bubbles of your own, you must attempt to clear the screen as best as you can. BUST-A-MOVE MILENNIUM EDITION offers five unique modes of play. In the returning Puzzle mode, you'll play through a huge number of new stages of bubble-busting action that require careful planning and fast reflexes. Challenge mode also returns to test your BUST-A-MOVE skills. In the brand...

College Slam

College Slam

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1996

Welcome to the College Slam arena! The crowd's on their feet... over 40 college teams, cheerleaders... fight songs... all the rivalry... all the madness! There's a wild dunk... the backboard shatters! This is the slammingest hoops action ever... and there's more... head-to-head, tournament, and season-long play! College Slam is gonna take you to school.

College Slam

College Slam

Nintendo Game Boy - 1996

Welcome to the College Slam arena! The crowd's on their feet... over 40 college teams, cheerleaders... authentic fight songs... all the rivalry... all the madness! There's a wild dunk... the backboard shatters! This is the slammingest hoops action ever... and there's more... head-to-head, tournament, and season-long play! College Slam is gonna take you to school!

College Slam

College Slam

Sega Genesis - 1996

Each team starts out by picking any 2 out of 5 players to play with during the game. During timeouts, and at half-time, the player has a choice to make substitutions. When a player makes 2 baskets in a row, the announcer says "He's heating up", and if he makes 3 baskets in a row without the other team scoring, he says "He's on fire!", which makes it easier to score. In the season mode, the player can pick from 44 teams, and then play a 20 game season against quality competition. In the tournament mode, 16 teams compete for a chance to win the national championship. The player also has the...

College Slam

College Slam

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1996

Welcome to the College Slam arena! The crowd's on their feet... over 40 college teams, cheerleaders... authentic fight songs... all the rivalry... all the madness! There's a wild dunk... the backboard shatters! This is the slammingest hoops action ever... and there's more... head-to-head, tournament, and season-long play! College Slam is gonna take you to school!

College Slam

College Slam

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Part of the NBA Jam series of basketball games, College Slam allows you to choose from over 40 real college teams and take part in head-to-head games, tournament games, and season-long play. The gameplay is arcade-style two-on-two fast action featuring backboard shattering wild dunks, power-ups and other crazy moves. The game also features fight songs from all the available teams.

Constructor

Constructor

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1998

The player controls a construction company, and aim to drive the other players out of business. Using teams of workers and foremen, the player must build facilities to manufacture building materials (a sawmill, concrete works, etc.), in order to build houses (ranging from simple wooden cabins to large mansions) in which to house tenants who pay rent and thus fund the company, as well as producing new workers, tenants and other characters. Along the way, the player can build homes for undesirables such as gangsters and hippies, who work to undermine the enemy.

The Crow: City of Angels

The Crow: City of Angels

Sega Saturn - Released - March 12, 1997

The Crow: City of Angels is a video game adaption of the 1996 film of the same name. Brought back from the dead by the mysterious crow, Ashe will stop at nothing to avenge his and his son's execution at the hands of the minions of Judah, the city’s crime lord. One by one they will face the crow! The Crow: COA is a 3D fighting game in which the player wanders from screen to screen, fighting everybody they come across with a wide variety of kicks and punches that vary based on your proximity to your foe. There is also a large range of weapons including pistols, shotgun's, knives, pool...

The Crow: City of Angels

The Crow: City of Angels

Sony Playstation - Released - February 28, 1997

3-D fighting with a vengeance. They killed you. But you came back. An avenging angel from beyond the grave. A vigilante reborn to bring justice to the damned. Take your unearthly powers and wreak vengeance on Judah, L.A.'s drug king, Kali, the nin-jitsu death-bitch, Curve, Spider Monkey and an army of lowlife thugs... Because life after death is hell..

Cutthroat Island

Cutthroat Island

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 31, 1995

Sharpen your long sword for the ultimate high seas battle! In plundering action, uncover a treasure trove of priceless gems and gold bullion! Battle bloodthirsty pirates with knives and pistols! Chart your course through the treacherous locales, but think twice before you leave - a new world may await upon your return! And remember... dead men tell no tales on Cutthroat Island, Based on the feature film of the same name. The game casts players in the role of renegade treasure hunters. The player is able to choose between two characters: Morgan Adams, a female character who wields a rapier;...

Cutthroat Island

Cutthroat Island

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1995

In this game you play the role of a pirate lady called Morgan who was given a piece of a map by her father before he died. In the game you set out to find more pieces of the map so that you can find the hidden treasure buried on Cutthroat Island. The gameplay involves you scrolling along the screen and sword fighting pirates and other scoundrels one on one with various different attacks. As you progress you unlock more combos. This game is based on the film by the same name.

Cutthroat Island

Cutthroat Island

Sega Game Gear - Released - November 1, 1995

Sharpen your long swords for the ultimate high seas battle! In plundering two-player action, team up as Morgan and Shaw to uncover a treasure trove of priceless gems and gold bullion! Battle bloodthirsty pirates with knives, pistols and flaming torches!

Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine

Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 1, 1989

In Cybernoid, pirates have raided the storage depots of the Federation and stolen minerals, jewels, ammunition and the latest battle weaponry. The Cybernoid ship has been dispatched with instructions to retrieve the stolen booty and to return it to storage within a specified time limit. The cybernoid needs to battle the pirates and their planetary defense systems in order to retrieve the stolen booty.

D

D

Sony Playstation - Released - December 1, 1995

D is a dark adventure game that explores the twisted designs of a madman and involves the supernatural, D is set at the L.A. National Hospital. Players take on the role of the daughter of a doctor who went mad and embarked on a murderous rampage, and it's up to them to find out why. Inside the hospital all is dark, and fear surrounds the player at every turn, because there's no way to know what's lurking in the shadows. The girl must face this waking nightmare in the hopes of ending the madness, but the forces arrayed against her are powerful, and might not just claim her life, but her soul as...

D

D

Sega Saturn - Released - July 28, 1995

D is a dark adventure game that explores the twisted designs of a madman and involves the supernatural, D is set at the L.A. National Hospital. Players take on the role of the daughter of a doctor who went mad and embarked on a murderous rampage, and it's up to them to find out why. Inside the hospital all is dark, and fear surrounds the player at every turn, because there's no way to know what's lurking in the shadows. The girl must face this waking nightmare in the hopes of ending the madness, but the forces arrayed against her are powerful, and might not just claim her life, but her soul as...

Dakar 2

Dakar 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 25, 2003

Dakar 2 is a racing game, of course simulating the famous Paris-Dakar Rally. Although not the real 6000 kilometers can be crossed in the game, the rally mode takes the player through 12 tracks all the way from France to Dakar. The tracks lead racers through cities, forests and the desert. Most of them are simple tracks, but there are desert tracks where the player can drive around freely, finding the checkpoints faster than the opponents. The player can choose from the officially licensed cars, trucks and bikes from Dakar 2002, but only vehicles of the same type can compete in a race. There is...

Dakar 2: The World's Ultimate Rally

Dakar 2: The World's Ultimate Rally

Nintendo GameCube - March 25, 2003

Dakar 2: The World's Ultimate Rally, or just simply Dakar 2, is a 2003 video game for Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2 and Xbox. It is the sequel to Paris-Dakar Rally on PlayStation 2 and is based on the real-life Paris Dakar Rally - one of the world's most difficult and dangerous sporting events. The game begins in rural Paris and ends on a beach in Dakar, Senegal, with 11 stages in between, including tracks in the Sahara Desert and Atlas Mountains.

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 10, 2000

The Game Boy Color gets its own BMX trick game with DAVE MIRRA FREESTYLE BMX. You'll play through eight different stages that will give you the chance to pull off some wild stunts and spectacular jumps. Each course will challenge you to complete a variety of objectives, ranging from specific stunts to collecting items. Perform each of the objectives to earn points, unlock new stages, and upgrade your bike for better tricks. The game is played from a ?-overhead perspective, which allows you a maximum view of the surrounding area. Each of the levels has a multitude of obstacles and items to...

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

Sony Playstation - Released - September 14, 2000

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX is a video game released in 2000 featuring Dave Mirra and other professional BMX riders. It was developed by Z-Axis Ltd. and published by Acclaim Entertainment under their Acclaim Max Sports label. The game was released on the PlayStation, Game Boy Color, Dreamcast and Microsoft Windows. The player's main objective in the game is to choose one of the riders and work their way through a total of 12 different levels, completing objectives to unlock new equipment. A sequel was released in 2001 entitled Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2.

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 27, 2001

Dave Mirra returns along with 14 pro riders including Ryan Nyquist, Mike Laird and Collin Mackay. 8 levels are on offer, with a total of 1,500 tricks to master. You can create your own BMX park thanks to the Park Editor mode. And while you attempt to master the tricks, you can listen to the soundtrack featuring Ozzy Osbourne, The Cult, Methods of Mayhem, Godsmack and Rage Against the Machine.

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2

Nintendo GameCube - November 18, 2001

10-Time World Champion Dave Mirra is back. Grab big air, jump huge gaps and pull some of the SICKEST tricks imaginable as you embark on a ProQuest to become the top rider around -- even better than the Miracle Boy himself. The only thing holding you back is a little gravity.

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 25, 2001

10-Time World Champion Dave Mirra is back. Grab big air, jump huge gaps and pull some of the SICKEST tricks imaginable as you embark on a ProQuest to become the top rider around -- even better than the Miracle Boy himself. The only thing holding you back is a little gravity.

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 26, 2002

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3 is the sequel to the revolutionary Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 for the Game Boy Advance. It's all about big air, grinding rails, riding ramps, jumping gaps and pulling the SICKEST tricks imaginable, all in the palm of your hand. Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3 offers 1000+ tricks and four modes of gameplay.

Demolition Man

Demolition Man

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1995

Demolition Man is a game based on the 1993 movie by the same name. As with the movie, the game takes place in a dystopian Los Angeles, in 1996. John Spartan is the country´s most fearsome cop and hunts his nemesis, Simon Phoenix. However in doing so, he kills several innocent civilians and both characters are sentenced to cryostasis rehabilitation where they will be brainwashed for 30 years. However the brainwashing does not go as planned and upon waking up, Phoenix goes on a new crime spree. However in 30 years the world has also changed and Los Angeles has become San Angeles, a utopian and...

Demolition Man

Demolition Man

Sega CD - Released - November 15, 1995

Demolition Man is a fast-paced platform game, with some levels taking place in an overhead perspective (similar to Smash TV). As John Spartan, the player will spend most of his time shooting endless waves of "cryocons" released upon the antiseptic world of the future. The standard weapon can be upgraded with a shotgun and magnum, both with limited ammo. Additionally, various types of grenades can be collected, which are thrown independently of the firearm. Simon Phoenix appears as a boss character at the end of every level that is directly tied in with the movie.

Destination Earthstar

Destination Earthstar

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 1, 1990

The view of the game is from the cockpit of a spacecraft. The goal of the game is to explore a grid which is displayed on screen in search of opponents to destroy and to land on planets some of which refuel the energy and refill ammo to the player's arsenal of weapons which consist of his photon laser. This is his primary weapon while the torpedoes become his second weapon. After the player has destroyed every enemy that is on the grid, a number will be indicated. This number represents how many enemies are in that quadrant of the grid. After blasting numerous enemies, the player will finally...

Double Dragon 3: The Arcade Game

Double Dragon 3: The Arcade Game

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 1, 1992

Billy and Jimmy Lee are back in the greatest Double Dragon arcade challenge ever: the quest for the Rosetta Stones! Defeat ruthless Japanese Ninja with all-new martial arts maneuvers like the Spinning Cyclone, Flying Knee Drop and more! Crush the treacherous foes of China's dark forests with your lethal Nunchakus! Ravage Rome's merciless archers with your Warrior Sword! But beware! In Egypt, supernatural guardians challenge the bravest souls in the martial arts arcade adventure of a lifetime!

Double Dragon II

Double Dragon II

Nintendo Game Boy - December 1, 1991

BILLY LEE WANTED... Framed for a crime you didn't commit-and sentenced to pay by your revered master it's up to you to prove your innocence, as the greatest martial arts series ever continues in a lethal new adventure! And with the Game Link' SIMULTANEOUS 2-PLAYER mode, brother Jimmy joins the explosive action. You'll need all your latest fighting skills to defeat the ferocious new enemies bent on your destruction. And you'll battle in the most frightening of places as you search for the real culprit! Clear your name-save your life-and destroy the most devious villain ever encountered by...

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

Enter the world of Dragon. A place where the martial arts legend Bruce Lee lived for 32 troublesome years. A place where you will encounter a multitude of the smartest and fiercest opponents ever to be seen in a GameGear beat-'em-up! At your disposal is a devastating array of fighting moves. You WILL need them...

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 5, 1995

Martial arts action is defined by only one man: Bruce Lee! Now enter the world of Dragon for the ultimate martial arts showdown... authentic, fierce, brutal. It's a jeet kune do fight to the finish with multiple combat modes, deadly weapons and chain-wielding villains. In the end, you must face The Phantom... in a mystical battle for your very soul!

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

Sega Genesis - 1995

Enter the world of Dragon. A place where the martial arts legend Bruce Lee lived for 32 troublesome years. A place where you will encounter a multitude of the smartest and fiercest opponents ever to be seen in a Genesis beat-'em-up! At your disposal is a devastating array of over 35 different fighting moves. You WILL need them... Contains three different fighting styles: Mantis, Fighter, and Nunchaku. Many special secret moves to discover!

DragonHeart: Fire & Steel

DragonHeart: Fire & Steel

Sega Saturn - January 1, 1996

Dragonheart: Fire and Steel was released to the public in 1996, and is a 2D side scrolling beat 'em up based off of the movie of the same name. Players take on the role of a retired knight who must return to action and remain true to the oaths he took long ago. An evil prince's tyranny threatens the land, and the knight (who was a former dragonslayer) can only defeat this scheming noble with the help of a friend who just happens to be the last surviving dragon on Earth. DragonHeart puts you in the sweaty medieval shoes of dragon hunter Bowen, as he faces the last dragons still surviving,...

DragonHeart: Fire & Steel

DragonHeart: Fire & Steel

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 1996

Dragonheart: Fire and Steel was released to the public in 1996, and is a 2D side scrolling beat 'em up based off of the movie of the same name. Players take on the role of a retired knight who must return to action and remain true to the oaths he took long ago. An evil prince's tyranny threatens the land, and the knight (who was a former dragonslayer) can only defeat this scheming noble with the help of a friend who just happens to be the last surviving dragon on Earth. Players must punch, kick, and slash their way through multiple levels in their quest, facing off against both weak and...

DragonHeart: Fire & Steel

DragonHeart: Fire & Steel

Nintendo Game Boy - May 1, 1996

Seven evil dragons rule the world of DRAGONHEART: FIRE & STEEL. Seven fire-breathing, razor-clawed, knight-devouring monsters. Seven beasts too savage for the movie If you can cut your way through hordes of medieval knights hellbent on your destruction... if you can master the moves... if you can take the heat... then it's time to face your fiery nightmare! In first or third person perspectives, in the wilderness or in the secret arena... get ready for maximum evil... medieval style!

Dropzone

Dropzone

Nintendo Game Boy Color - January 1, 1999

Dropzone is an Action game, developed by Awesome Developments and published by Acclaim, which was released in Europe in 1999.

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