First appeared in Interkosmos
Virtual Virtual Reality
First appeared in Virtual Virtual Reality
First appeared in Project Kat
First appeared in Crossroads Inn
First appeared in Horizon Chase
A military first person shooter series about the tactical takedown of terrorists.
First appeared in Terrorist Takedown
First appeared in Volgarr the Viking
D3 Publisher's series of Otome Games.
First appeared in Mermaid Prism
Bill Walsh College Football
A pair of EA Sports games focusing on college football, with the endorsement of former 49ers coach Bill Walsh. The precursor to EA's long-running NCAA College Football franchise.
First appeared in Bill Walsh College Football
First appeared in Virtual Kyoutei
First appeared in Super Kyoutei
Games where Batman's love interest/enemy Catwoman is the main character.
First appeared in Catwoman
A sci-fi strategy series developed and published by ArtDink in the 1980s. Completely unrelated outside of name and theme to the later series from D3 Publisher which is better known as Earth Defens(c)e Force.
First appeared in Chikyuu Boueigun
First appeared in The Atlas
First appeared in Kikou Shidan
First appeared in Daikairei: Dai Nippon Teikoku Kaigun no Kiseki
How Many Robot
First appeared in How Many Robots?
First appeared in Tokio: Tōkyō-to Dai 24-ku
First appeared in Invincible: Guarding the Globe
First appeared in MudRunner
The crustacean fighting game!
First appeared in Fight Crab
Pre-rendered brawlers taking place along the historical Silk Road trading routes.
First appeared in The Legend of Silkroad
First appeared in EyePet
First appeared in Pony Girl
Games set in the kingdom of Asteborg.
First appeared in Demons of Asteborg
Path of Exile
First appeared in Path of Exile
Shadow of the Ninja
Natsume's ninja game and its remake.
First appeared in Shadow of the Ninja
Gakkou no Kowai Uwasa Hanako-san ga Kita!!
Video games based on the children horror-themed book/anime series of the same name.
First appeared in Gakkou no Kowai Uwasa Hanako-san ga Kita!!
First appeared in Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas
Atari's classic "draw circles around stuff for points" game.
First appeared in Quantum
Atari's "set the probe down on the moon" simulator.
First appeared in Lunar Lander
Gold Master Series
Digital Eclipse shoots for their own video game version of "The Criterion Collection" with the most comprehensive data on solo titles possible, in a format they call an "interactive documentary".
First appeared in The Making of Karateka
Space Battleship Yamato
A long-running anime series, known as Uchū Senkan Yamato in Japan, and initially as "Space Cruiser Yamato" and "Star Blazers" in the west.
First appeared in Uchū Senkan Yamato
First appeared in Shienryu
Marble It Up!
First appeared in Marble It Up!
Series of pet simulators.
First appeared in Little Friends: Dogs & Cats
Official games of the Australian Football League.
First appeared in AFL Live 2003
The Wonderful 101
PlatinumGames' tokusatsu parody series.
First appeared in The Wonderful 101
Games where Super Mario Bros.' Princess Peach takes a lead role.
First appeared in Super Princess Peach
First appeared in Detective Pikachu
Intellivision's most well-known shoot-'em-up.
First appeared in Astrosmash
Dead by Daylight
An asymmetrical multiplayer survival-horror game and its spin-offs.
First appeared in Dead by Daylight
First appeared in Punch Club
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