Microsoft Flight Simulator 95 was technically called Microsoft Flight Simulator for Windows 95, though the former is probably needed as an alias.
Rename: Azel -> Aden
+ Alias: Azel
Rename: Sonia -> Sonja
+ Alias: Sonia
These are their names in the English version. The others were used by fans before the localization, according to some GameFAQs thread I found.
Rename: Jak & Daxter -> Jak and Daxter
+ Alias: Jak & Daxter
Rename: Jak & Daxter Collection -> Jak and Daxter Collection
+ Alias: Jak & Daxter Collection
There isn't an ampersand in the logo, it's just 'and'.
Rename: Autoduel -> MotorGun + Alias: Autoduel
It was renamed when the Kickstarter launched. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1517270521/motorgun-return-of-the-auto-duel
There is a huge amount of confusion when it comes to the concept of "isometric". I think renaming the concept Isometric Viewpoint to "Isometric graphics" or "Isometric projection" would help clarify the concept better. Since it's technically a projection/drawing technique. Having the word "viewpoint" in the concept only seems to encourage people to confuse it with top-down perspectives. Neither of which are mutually exclusive.
Done up to here.
Did you skip Pixel Gun 3D (Minecraft style)?
Its actual name in the App Store is just "Pixel Gun 3D". Only third-party sites add the parenthesis. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pixel-gun-3d/id640111933
Chamy Ishikawa -> alias:
Chamy Ishi (that's how he's credited in Yoshi's New Island. Same guy.)
CHAMY.Ishi (in case the period in between makes a difference for search results)
Masayoshi Ishi (real name)
maybe you wanna switch out his real name as the primary page name and use the others as aliases, up to you.
Rename: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach -> Dungeons & Dragons Online + Alias: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach
It was renamed a couple times, and now there is no subtitle. (Sources: http://store.steampowered.com/app/206480/, http://pc.gamespy.com/pc/dungeons-dragons-online/993411p1.html)
Alias: Based on Tabletop RPG -> Games Based on Tabletop RPGs, Based on Pen and Paper RPG
Since Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry no Wonderland is listed as the Japanese release name for Dragon Warrior Monsters, it should probably be an alias, too.
Also, according to the Dragon Quest Monsters 1 & 2 credits, it's also known as Terry in Wonderland. Subtle difference, but it should probably get in there, too.