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Alien 3

Alien 3

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1993

Alien³ is a video game based on the movie sequel of the same name. The plot of the movie picks up directly after the end of Aliens. Ellen Ripley, the main character of the Alien series, is in cryo-sleep aboard the space ship Sulaco. Unfortunately, an alien or two has stowed away on the Sulaco, and wreaked havoc within the ship. Thus, it crash lands on the prison colony planet Fiorina 161. Ripley and the unarmed prisoners have to figure out a way to survive the aliens terrorizing the colony until help arrives. The game play of the various Alien³ conversions varies from platform to platform....

Alien³

Alien³

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1993

The Game Boy version of Alien³ differs significantly from the console games based on the third Alien film. Unlike the more shooter-oriented action on the consoles, this title is played from a top-down perspective, with a greater emphasis on exploration, acquiring items to beat limited puzzles, and survival. As Ripley, you must navigate the corridors of the Fury 161 prison, searching for items to aid your escape. Unlike the film it is based on, multiple Aliens are running loose and attacking the prisoners, plus an Alien Queen nesting in the furnace. The player must map out the labyrinthine...

Alien³

Alien³

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

You grope through the darkness. Sweat soaks your shaved head. Heart-pounding fear chokes your breath. Your motion tracker flashes. An alien's flesh-ripping exoskeleton glimmers overhead. You want to run. But, if you don't destroy every egg-laying, chest-bursting, acid-spitting xenomorph on the planet with everything you've got... from a plasma rifle to a blow torch... the nightmare will never end!

The Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 1, 1990

So you think the life of a Marvel Super Hero is an easy one? Wrong! Take Spider-Man for example. While he's out protecting decent folk, a group of evil mutants kidnap his wife and threaten to "neutralize" her if their demands aren't met. Now Spidey's got to get her back before something terrible happens. It won't be easy though, because he's got the likes Hobgoblin, Mysterio, Dr. Octopus and some of Marvel's other favorite "baddies" standing in his way. So, if you feel up to the challenge and you're ready for some serious wall-crawling, make sure your web spinners are full and batteries...

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Nintendo Game Boy - 1992

Whenever J. Jonah puts me on the front page, it's gotta be bad news... "Spider-Man Wanted In Daring Daylight Robbery!" Hmm, I don't need my spider-sense to know that something mysterious is going on here. Better get swinging if I'm going to get to the bottom of this mess... alive! "Wall climber! You are no match for my ghoulish Goblin Glider!" "I break more than just the laws of gravity, web-head!" Your spider-sense will be tingling until you solve this mystery. Ride the deadly Skull-Coaster in search of Carnage.

The Amazing Spider-Man 3: Invasion of the Spider-Slayers

The Amazing Spider-Man 3: Invasion of the Spider-Slayers

Nintendo Game Boy - July 1, 1993

Spidey's in a web of trouble! Razor-winged, bolt-firing, mechanoid Spider-Slayers want to slide and dice him! Electro and Scorpion are trying to fry him with bolts of electricity! But on-screen Spider-Sense and devastating new combat moves mean it ain't over... 'til Spidey says so!

Back to the Future

Back to the Future

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1989

You are Marty McFly, just a typical senior at Hill Valley High. But after getting behind the wheel of a nuclear-powered sports car turned time machine, you find yourself in the year 1955 where you've accidentally tampered with history. Now it must be corrected. You must somehow make sure that teenagers Lorraine Baines and George McFly (the two kids that will eventually grow up to become your parents) fall in love before the photo of your family fades away and you're left with nothing to come home to. It won't be easy. You'll have to protect George from Biff and his gang of bullies while doing...

Back to the Future Part II & III

Back to the Future Part II & III

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1990

Get ready for a wild romp through time, Marty McFly, 'cause you're about to take off on a double mission to save the past, present and future! Better load up on pizza and soda as you rocket to the year 2015 in Doc's supercharged time machine. Hang on to your hi-speed hoverboard as you teach Biff Tannen a thing or two about stealing your Sports Almanac, and locate the special objects he's hidden throughout time. Then, if your flux capacitor isn't on the fritz, it's off to the Wild West, where sharp shootin' gunslingers want you out of town by sundown. The fate of the world -- not to mention...

Beetlejuice

Beetlejuice

Nintendo Game Boy - January 1, 1992

It's your pal Beetlejuice, here to bamboozle those bewitchers from the Netherworld vacationing at lovely Lydia's place. This house is HAUNTED! Flying cups and saucers and clothes that spring to life cause quite a panic...especially when they're coming for you! It's a horrific 5 level challenge to spook attic ghastlies, rattle angry skeletons and scare ghostly bats. Vampires may even join you for a "bite" to eat. Hmm...maybe we should skip lunch today. These Netherworld ghoul-o-ramas are no match for us. Has the "ghost with the most" ever let you down?!!

Beetlejuice

Beetlejuice

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1991

In the game you control Beetlejuice through various side-scrolling and overhead view levels in an effort to scare the yuppie Deetz family and friends that have taken over the house. You stomp on cockroaches in order to gain points that you used to buy various scare tactics that you use to defeat various enemies and bosses. Although the initial levels of the game are based upon the film, with Beetlejuice venturing through the Maitland House to find and scare away Otho, the later levels are original and involve Beetlejuice fighting mythical creatures in such locations as a sewer system and the...

Bill & Ted's Excellent Game Boy Adventure

Bill & Ted's Excellent Game Boy Adventure

Nintendo Game Boy - 1991

A world without our most excellent compatriots Bill and Ted? No way! Yes way - if the Grim Reaper and the evil Bill and Ted robots get their way! DeNomolos wants to totally change the future, and the only way to stop this most heinous dude is to travel through the "circuits of time" and collect the stolen time fragments! 10 adventures - 50 quests. But watch out! Historical dudes like Billy the Kid are tumblin' with killer tumble weeds while the Executioner has an axe to grind with you. Napoleon has a "short" temper and even Granny S. Preston Esquire tries to bag you. Most bogus! Time is...

Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 10, 1989

It all takes place out at Crystal Lake. That pleasant little camp where happy children of all ages go to spend a fun-filled summer... but this summer will be different. The fun will have to wait. Jason has decided to come to camp and terror is the only game they'll be playing. Only you can stop this terror. You and your six camp counselors can prevent Jason from running wild. It's not an easy task. You must first fight your way through forests filled with man-eating wolves, caves covered with blood-sucking bats, and hordes of mindless zombies at every turn. If a friend is in danger it's up to...

Gotcha! The Sport!

Gotcha! The Sport!

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1987

Gotcha! is an NES Zapper title based on the "sport" of paintball, and loosely tied into the paintball-themed movie caper of the same name. You are required to traverse three different battle zones, grab the opposing teams' flag from the opposite end of the field, and make it back to your flag without getting shot. One hand controls the Zapper while the other must hold the controller, since the D-Pad controls your movement up and down the field. Limited ammo is also a concern, as is the ability for the computer team to snag your flag and return it to their base to win. You can chase down and...

The Incredible Crash Dummies

The Incredible Crash Dummies

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 5, 1992

DON'T BE A DUMMY. BUCKLE YOUR SAFETY BELT™. It's a crashing, bashing good time guaranteed to break you up! Whether it's an avalanche of laughs on the ski slopes, the boulevard bounce after a stunt jump, or a burst of high pressure humor testing air bags, the Incredible Crash Dummies are a real crack-up! They may have a few screws loose...but the Incredible Crash Dummies will knowck themselves out so you have a good time.

The Incredible Crash Dummies

The Incredible Crash Dummies

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 23, 1993

Have fun with some real headbangers... THE INCREDIBLE CRASH DUMMIES!! Spare Tire's been dummy-napped, and it's up to Slick 'n' Spin to rescue him from the clutches of The Junkman! Lend 'em a hand as they: Slam and jam on the Crash Test Center tire bounce! Try not to fall head over heels on the Big Top high wire! Go to pieces steering clear of rowdy truckers on The Docks! Shake a leg past snarling dogs and runaway tires at The Junkyard! Knock heads with the Junkman to set Spare Tire free! THE INCREDIBLE CRASH DUMMIES... where fun is a farewell to arms!

The Incredible Crash Dummies

The Incredible Crash Dummies

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

The Crash Dummies are going to pieces! That mechanical mishap, Junkman’, has kidnapped dummy designer, Dr. Zub’! To get him back, it's up to Slick’ to "hit the road" at the Crash Test Center, "shake a leg" at the Construction Site, and "stick his neck out" in the Military Testing Zone! Meanwhile, those screw-loose Junkbots’ are revving up to end this dummy do-gooding! The future of safety is in your hands ... don't lose your head!

The Incredible Crash Dummies

The Incredible Crash Dummies

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1993

At a time when computer games were being blamed for violence, bad language, epilepsy and everything else the ‘moral majority’ needed a scapegoat for, Virgin gave us: The Road Safety Game. Or not, as this is a standard platform game with a twist of questionable taste and purpose. You play a crash test dummy, trying to progress through levels filled with hazards such as cars and fireballs, within the time limits. Contact with each of these loses you a limb, and once you have none left, contact means game over. Since the character isn’t handicapped by missing limbs in any way, in practical...

Jaws

Jaws

Nintendo Entertainment System - November 1, 1987

This can't be! There has never been a Great White in these warm tropical waters before. NEVER! This is more than a coincidence... this shark appears to be possessed... as if it's hunting you down... like it's personal. You'd better prepare yourself and strike back before it's too late. Will you use the mini-sub, sea plane, sailboat or just scuba gear? Perhaps it won't even matter. Remember, this is some kind of unbelievably powerful eating machine you're dealing with. Quick, grab your weapons, pack your explosives and check your maps. It's out there... you know it... and it's coming for you....

The Karate Kid

The Karate Kid

Nintendo Entertainment System - November 1, 1987

Think you can handle a real Martial Arts challenge? Then how about guiding Daniel-San through the series of hazards, obstacles, and challenges that stand in his path? But don't think that just being able to fight will get you through. This time it's not enough to just punch, kick and jump... this time your total martial arts training will be put to the test. Your discipline and inner control could be what saves your life. You must prove that you are capable of thinking, reasoning, and reacting. Catching a fly with your chopsticks or splitting blocks of ice with your bare hand is just as...

Major League Baseball

Major League Baseball

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1988

Sure you've always wanted to be a professional ball player but have you ever thought about managing? Well, here's your chance to prove yourself both on and off the field.

Major League Baseball

Major League Baseball

Sega System 16 - April 1, 1988

NBA All-Star Challenge

NBA All-Star Challenge

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

Jam it home with 27 of the hottest NBA" All-Stars in the ultimate test of b-ball skill: ONE-ON-ONE! Downtown or in the paint, driving offense and intense "D", take it to the hoop with the likes of Patrick Ewing, Clyde Drexler, Chris Mullin, Hakeem Olajuwon and Dominique Wilkins. Player stats, realistic courtside sound effects and 5 blistering ways to play: ONE-ON-ONE - FREE THROW CONTEST - 3 POINT SHOOTOUT - H.O.R.S.E. - NBA ALL-STAR TOURNAMENT Don't be denied...take the NBA ALL-STAR CHALLENGE'"!!!

NBA All-Star Challenge

NBA All-Star Challenge

Nintendo Game Boy - February 1, 1991

NBA All-Star Challenge is a Sports game, developed by Beam Software and published by LJN Ltd., which was released in 1991.

NBA All-Star Challenge 2

NBA All-Star Challenge 2

Nintendo Game Boy - May 1, 1992

NBA All-Star Challenge 2 is a Sports game, developed by Beam Software and published by Acclaim Japan, which was released in 1992.

NFL

NFL

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1989

It's very simple... the NFL is football and this is the only officially licensed NFL game for the NES... the closest thing to "real" professional football that you can play without a helmet and shoulder pads. You can select any of the American and National Conference teams, and if you're good enough, you can take them all the way to the Super Bowl! Team rosters are broken down into positions and individually rated according to skills, with position upgrade packages, player ability handicapping, actual NFL Offensive and Defensive Playbook alignments with audibles and even variable wind...

NFL Quarterback Club

NFL Quarterback Club

Nintendo Game Boy - November 1, 1993

NFL Quarterback Club is game developed by Condor and published by LJN Ltd. It was released in November 1993.

NFL Quarterback Club

NFL Quarterback Club

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1994

One of the earliest in the series which features all 28 NFL teams including their respective nicknames and logos and many of the top players of the day including John Elway, Joe Montana, Brett Farve and Troy Aikman, just to name a few. There are a variety of game modes to choose from including NFL Play which includes preseason, season and playoff modes along with the Simulation mode that allows players to relive past moments of NFL history and lets the player recreate these moments or change history all together. Also included is the Quarterback Challenge which would become a staple in...

NFL Quarterback Club II

NFL Quarterback Club II

Nintendo Game Boy - March 1, 1995

NFL Quarterback Club II is a Sports game, developed by Condor and published by Acclaim Japan, which was released in 1995.

A Nightmare on Elm Street

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1990

Something frightening has been happening on Elm Street lately. It seems that with each waking day another grussome discovery is made... another neighborhood teen has mysteriously passed away into the dark stillness of the night. Everyone says it's "natural causes," but it seems as if something (or someone) has been picking them off one by one in their sleep. It's a horrible nightmare come true... and this nightmare has a name: Freddy Krueger. It's up to you and your remaining friends to search Elm Street for his bones, which have been scattered about then collect and burn them in the High...

Pictionary: The Game of Video Quick Draw

Pictionary: The Game of Video Quick Draw

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 1, 1990

The excitement of one of the America's most popular party games comes to the NES with Pictionary. Not only are the elements of the board game there, but so are several picture-based mini-games. Additionally, this version can be played solo, whereas the board game requires at least three people. The basic objective of Pictionary is for a person on a team to try and illustrate a word he or she has been given using only drawings. The team must guess what is being illustrated within a certain amount of time. As a reward for guessing the puzzle correctly, the team gets to advance on a board....

The Punisher

The Punisher

Nintendo Entertainment System - November 1, 1990

Who says crime doesn't pay? Frank Castle - A.K.A The Punisher - does, that's who. A devoted family man and honored detective... until the mob changed all that. Now he's out to seek revenge as Marvel Comics' ultimate payback warrior! As The Punisher, you've got street smarts and an explosive arsenal of portable weaponry... from a clip-fed automatic pistol to a heavy-duty military assault rifle (not to mention the shoulder-mounted surface-to-surface rocket launcher). Your target: Kingpin - The BIGGEST of the big bosses. But first you've got to take on hundreds of thugs, hoods, felons and...

Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball

Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball

Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1992

Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball is a Sports game, developed by Sculptured Software and published by LJN Ltd., which was released in 1992.

Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball

Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1991

Join one of the most dominant pitchers in baseball history for Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball. While the game does not come with the license of Major League Baseball or the MLBPA, there are still 26 similar teams with rosters resembling those of their actual MLB counterparts, including 1991 statistics. Though player names could not be used, the fictional ones make it apparent who each player represents. For instance, you can strike out one of Oakland's Bash brothers (M. Bash or J. Bash) with Texas' R. Nolan or hit a home run with Detroit's C. Fieldman off of Chicago's M. Gaddox. The gameplay...

Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball

Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1992

FEEL THE HEAT! Three-time Cy Young Award winner Roger "The Rocket" Clemens brings home the best in Super NES baseball action: - Realistic over-the-shoulder fielding - Full-season league play - Close up plays at the base - Player-controlled leading and stealing - Instant replay for the great plays - Strategy tips from the rocket himself The Rocket's on the mound... and you're up!

Spider-Man

Spider-Man

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

Spider-Man's past comes back to haunt him when more maniacal madmen than you can count on two webbed hands bust out of prison and team up to settle the score against him. Only your Spider-Sense, wall-climbing ability, web-swinging maneuvers and a little help from the Fantastic Four can even the odds! The hunt is on... but who's the prey?

Spider-Man & X-Men: Arcade's Revenge

Spider-Man & X-Men: Arcade's Revenge

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 1, 1993

Spider-Man and his mutant pals need your help to escape from Arcade's diabolical amusement park - battling killer clowns, hungry piranhas, lethal doom balls and deadly robot replicas of super-villains like Carnage and Juggernaut! Will Spidey's webs, Wolverine's claws, Gambit's energy cards, Storm's lightning bolts and Cyclops' optic blasts mean GAME OVER for Arcade? That depends on YOU!!

Spider-Man & X-Men: Arcade's Revenge

Spider-Man & X-Men: Arcade's Revenge

Sega Genesis - Released - 1993

Spider-Man and members of the X-Men have teamed up in this side-scrolling action game to fight against Arcade, who has built a giant amusement park for the sole purpose of trapping and destroying the super-heroes. You first play as Spider-Man, who sees the X-Men get kidnapped by Arcade and follows them. Once you make it inside Arcade's park you can choose to play as Spider-Man, Cyclops, Storm, Gambit, or Wolverine, each of whom are trapped in a different part of Arcade's maze of deadly traps. You must navigate all five of them safely out, using their different skills and abilities while...

Spider-Man Venom: Maximum Carnage

Spider-Man Venom: Maximum Carnage

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 4, 1994

Only one maniacal madman can force Spider-Man to unite with his sinister, arch-nemesis Venom’: CARNAGE’! His deadly rampage is tearing New York City apart! Only wild web-slinging maneuvers, crushing combat moves and Super Hero’ allies can save the city from total obliteration. It's maximum mayhem! It's Maximum Carnage’! Paint the town red!

Spider-Man X-Men: Arcade's Revenge

Spider-Man X-Men: Arcade's Revenge

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1992

Spider-Man and his mutant pals need your help to escape from Arcade's diabolical amusement park - battling killer clowns, hungry piranhas, lethal doom balls and deadly robot replicas of super-villains like Carnage and Juggernaut! Will Spidey's webs, Wolverine's claws, Gambit's energy cards, Storm's lightning bolts and Cyclops' optic blasts mean GAME OVER for Arcade? That depends on YOU!!

T2: Terminator 2: Judgment Day

T2: Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

Destroy the shape-changing, body-slicing liquid metal T-1000! Race your Harley through an incredible 3-D map! Target trouble with your on-screen Head-Up Display! You are a T-800 Terminator: living tissue over metal endoskeleton, programmed to protect John Connor and armed with shotgun, machine gun, and blazing multi-barrelled mini-gun! Find John! Rescue Sarah Connor! Wipe out Cyberdyne Laboratories! Terminate the T-1000 in the ultimate metal-wrenching steel mill battle of the machines! The future is in your hands...

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 15, 1991

Terminator 2: Judgment Day is based on the movie of the same name. The player takes the role of the T-800 Terminator and has to protect John Connor from being terminated by the T-1000 Terminator.

True Lies

True Lies

Nintendo Game Boy - February 1, 1995

It's not like he's saving the world or anything. Oh, yes it is! As special agent Harry Tasker, it's up to you to prevent a nuclear holocaust and stop the Crimson Jihad! Experience all the explosive intensity of TRUE LIES - including never-before-seen secret missions! All the action of the movie mega hit - and none of the romance!

The Uncanny X-Men

The Uncanny X-Men

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 1, 1989

The entire human race is in danger! Magneto and his band of evil mutants are on the rampage and nothing can stop them... except for you, professor Xavier and your uncanny X-Men. Cerebro, your advanced computer system, displays the different missions, all of which must be completed in order to accomplish your ultimate goal... the defeat of Magneto! Working with Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm, Colossus, Nightcrawler and Iceman, you select the best attack team for each battle based on their combination of superhuman skills. The X-Men must work together as a team in both the 1 player and 2 player...

Warlock

Warlock

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

The once in a millennium confrontation is upon you! Using the powerful spells and potions entrusted to you by your Druid ancestors, battle gargoyles, the Undead, fire-breathing dragons... and if you survive, the all-powerful Warlock! Combining strategy, intuition, and sorcery, you must be the first to locate six ancient runestones - and save all creation from unraveling!

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 16, 1989

You play this game as the Private Investigator, Eddie Valliant, while Roger Rabbit wanders around the scenery behind you. Your job is to search the city for clues, items and punchlines to jokes which will be your only defense should the Weasels catch up to poor Roger. Except for these Weasels (and birds flying overhead), Roger is more or less invincible as a toon. That means for most of the gameplay, he will be ignored. Should the Weasels appear in an area with you however (with an alarm sounding as they get close), Roger will go bug-eyed and try to run away. It is then up to Eddie to keep the...

Wolverine

Wolverine

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 10, 1991

Stranded on a remote, deserted island by his arch enemies, Sabretooth and Magneto, Marvel Comics' Wolverine must fight the battle of his life. Super-human powers, including regenerative healing abilities, an indestructible Adamantium skeleton and retractable razor sharp claws that slice through anything, make Wolverine a terrifying adversary... but has he finally met his match? Lead Wolverine in this world-class struggle against Sabretooth and the evil genius, Magneto. In the heat of battle, fellow X-Men Havok, Jubilee and Psylocke come to your side helping even out the score. To survive, you...

Wolverine: Adamantium Rage

Wolverine: Adamantium Rage

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 28, 1994

Unbreakable... Unstoppable... Uncontrollable... It's Wolverine in ADAMANTIUM RAGE! Armed with an arsenal of slashing combat moves, the lone X-Men battles his way from the Weapon X lab to the streets of Tokyo searching for clues to his mysterious past in the most dangerous adventure of his life. But remember, Bub... he's the best at what he does! 'Nuf said!

WWF King of the Ring

WWF King of the Ring

Nintendo Entertainment System - November 1, 1993

It's the event that everyone is talking about --- The King of the Ring? --- and now it's time to prove you're the best! It's a brutal, no time out elimination tournament for the wrestling crown! » All-New King of the Ring Tournament? » 10 of the hottest superstars » Create your own wrestler with customizes strength, speed, and more » Grueling One-on-One and tag team bouts If you've got the guts...take the challenge. If you've got the skill...TAKE THE CROWN!!

WWF King of the Ring

WWF King of the Ring

Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1993

It's the event everyone's talking about - the King of the Ring - and now it's time to prove you're the best! It's a brutal, no-time-out elimination tournament for the wrestling crown! -All-New King of the Ring Tournament -10 of the hottest superstars -Create your own wrestler with customized strength, speed & more -Grueling One-on-One and Tag Team bouts If you've got the guts... take the challenge. If you've got the skill... TAKE THE CROWN!! -DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BE KING OF THE RING?! -FLATTEN YOUR OPPONENT WITH PUNISHING DROP-KICKS! -TAKE THE BATTLE OUTSIDE THE...

WWF Raw

WWF Raw

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 25, 1994

Raw slams your senses with 24 megs of the most ruthless mat mayhem ever! The hottest superstars, all new superhumans megamoves and more in-and-out-of-the-ring action stand between you and the championship belt. This Raw...and RAW IS WAR!

WWF Royal Rumble

WWF Royal Rumble

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

All-New 16-Meg Mayhem!! In the ring... Out of the ring...Out of Control! Take on 12 of the best superstars in the World Wrestling Federation as you atomic-drop, headbutt, piledrive and dropkick your way through the most grueling test of wrestling skills ever devised! - Royal Rumble: 6-in-the-ring at once! - "No-holds-barred brawl" with no ref... and no rules! - Choke-holds, eye-gouges and back-breaking chair-slams! - More superstars than ever before - each with this own trademark moves! - Tournament Mania: Win the Championship Belt! You may be ready to wrestle... But are you Ready to...

WWF Super WrestleMania

WWF Super WrestleMania

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 6, 1992

Charge down to ringside in WWF Super WrestleMania!!! Never before have the WWF superstars like Hulk Hogan, Sid Justice, The Undertaker and Jake "Snake" Roberts looked so real! They're bigger, mightier and tougher than ever before! You're in command of powerslams that rock the arena, clotheslines that clobber, and atomic suplexes that flatten your foe into submission!

WWF Superstars

WWF Superstars

Nintendo Game Boy - April 19, 1991

Step into the ring and experience all the bodyslamming action of WWF wrestling! Take on 5 of the most popular WWF Superstars-both in and out of the ring-with bone crunching moves like the piledriver suplex and the incredible flying dropkick.

WWF Superstars 2

WWF Superstars 2

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 1, 1992

Crunching clotheslines, devastating dropkicks, backbreaking bodyslams... step through the ropes for all-new WWF action. Match your skills against 6 of the toughest WWF Superstars - in tag team and singles matches, on the mat, in the air, in the ring or inside the steel cage! Use Game Link to lock up with a friend for the ultimate WWF wrestling challenge.

WWF WrestleMania Challenge

WWF WrestleMania Challenge

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1990

Get ready for the greatest in powerhouse action --- both in and out of the ring. Go head-to-head with either of the biggest WWF Superstars. Can you survive the Atomic Drop, Warrior Wallop, the Hulkster Splash, the Sleeperhold and the Rude Awakening? Fight back with some classic moves of your own --- like Flying Turnbuckle Leaps, Headbutts, Elbow Smashes and more! Choose Between: » Singles and tag team matches (even double-teaming!) » Incredible 3-on-3 Survivor Series® mode »1 and 2 player head-to-head and team-play action You can even enter the ring as "yourself" and prove to...

WWF WrestleMania: Steel Cage Challenge

WWF WrestleMania: Steel Cage Challenge

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1992

Accept the toughest challenge in all of wrestling: the WWF Wrestlemania Steel Cage Challenge! Feel the pulse-pounding action in singles and tag team matches that feature 10 incredible WWF superstars! You control every action-packed move and manoeuvre - Clothesline, Elbowdrops, Bodyslams, Dropkicks. When you're ready for the ultimate wrestling challenge, the steel cage is ready for you.

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