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The fourth and final installment of the Monster World series.
As bounty hunter Chaz you'll lead a group of adventurers to save your home planet of Motavia and eventually the whole solar system in this acclaimed RPG from Sega. The final game in the Phantasy Star series' canon.
Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine is a Sonic the Hedgehog-based reskin of competitive puzzle title Puyo Puyo. Players battle the mad doctor and twelve of his underlings in order to save the denizens of Beanville.
The last Bomberman game developed for the PC Engine which didn't see an international release until it was added to the Wii's Virtual Console in 2008. It was the basis for the Genesis game Mega Bomberman.
A side-scrolling brawler for the Sega Genesis and part of Sega's long-running Shinobi franchise. It is the direct sequel to Revenge of Shinobi.
A vertical scrolling shoot 'em up for the TurboGrafx-16 from Hudson, Soldier Blade is part of the Star Soldier franchise.
Originally a TurboGrafx-16 game featuring control a witch on a broomstick through six levels of side-scrolling shmup action. Later ported to PC and Game Boy. It is one of the rarest and thus most valuable US TurboGrafx-16 releases.
Puyo Puyo is a competitive puzzle game. Pieces drop from above a la Tetris and players must connect four contiguous pieces to for them to pop.
Sequel to the Zelda-inspired action-adventure Neutopia. The protagonist is the son of the first game's hero.
Rent A Hero is a role playing and 2D fighter hybrid. It later saw a remake Rent-A-Hero No. 1 for Dreamcast and Xbox.
Part of a series of eight text-based games, originally available only via download on Sega's Meganet service. Each adventure tells some of the character's back story prior to the events in PS2.
An action-platformer with interconnected zones from Naxat Soft. The designs are by Masamune Shirow. It was released only in Japan.
A combination golf-adventure sim developed by Sega with a cast of unique characters. It was only released in Japan.
A side-scrolling shooter where an angel called Wor must defeat "The Destroyer." Known as Gynoug outside of North America.
G-LOC: Air Battle is an air combat arcade shooter by Sega.
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The TurboGrafx-16's answer to The Legend of Zelda. It was among the exclusive titles Hudson would make for the Turbografx-16, along with its sequel.
A golf sim from Naxat Soft, which lent their name to the game, and developed by contract developers TOSE. It was released around the same time as Power Golf in Japan.
16-bit sci-fi RPG originally released on the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive in 1989.
The first game in the Kaizou Choujin Shubibiman sci-fi action-platformer series, developed by Masaya for the PC Engine. Unlike its sequel, which later became Shockman, it was never released outside of Japan.
A top down 2D racing game first released on the TurboGrafx-16. It is now available from the Wii Shop. Moto Roader is a contest between 5 racers (either human or computer) over 8 heats, where players upgrade their cars after each race.
The sequel to arcade smash shoot-'em-up R-Type.
A xenomorph-themed pinball game for the TurboGrafx-16 and the first in Compile's highly acclaimed Crush Pinball series.
A beat 'em up where players control a martial artist, Thomas, who must rescue his girlfriend, Madonna. Released in 1988, this is the spiritual sequel to the first beat 'em up, Kung-Fu Master (Spartan X).
Sorcerian, also known as Dragon Slayer V: Sorcerian, is an action RPG released by Nihon Falcom in 1987. It was considered unique for its party-based action combat, magic combination system, and open-ended multi-scenario system that could be extended with expansion packs.
2D Brawler for the Turbografx-16 gaming console.
A 2D side-scrolling shooter, and an arcade classic! Travel across space, power-up the companion orb, and bring down some of the toughest alien bosses in gaming.
A horizontal Sega shoot 'em up which tasks the player with controlling the spaceship Opa Opa through various surreal stages. Originally an Arcade game, Fantasy Zone was adapted for many home consoles.
Players control Flicky, a bird who must escort chicks to the exit door while avoiding cats.
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