SAGA stands for "Scott Adams Graphic Adventure" and is a series of enhanced versions of the original all-text Scott Adams Classic Adventures.
First appeared in Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #2: Pirate Adventure
A pair of titles from Capcom loosely based on the novel "Journey to the West".
First appeared in Son Son
First appeared in Soul Saber 2
Spooky's Jump Scare Mansion
First appeared in Spookys Jump Scare Mansion HD Renovation
First appeared in Soldam
A series of mecha shoot 'em ups published by Naxat Soft for PC Engine CD and Super Famicom. Is unrelated to the sci-fi manga/anime of the same name.
First appeared in Seirei Senshi Spriggan
Scott Adams Classic Adventures
First appeared in Pyramid of Doom
Compilation cartridges for Genesis, published by Tec Toy.
First appeared in Sega Top Five
A series of action platformers. Developed by Yacht Club Games.
First appeared in Shovel Knight
First appeared in Cayne: A Stasis Story
State of Decay
First appeared in State of Decay
A first-person horror franchise from Stroboskop.
First appeared in Sylvio
Nintendo's colorful third-person shooter series. Are you a squid or a kid?
First appeared in Splatoon
A series of licensed Snowmobile racing games using the Ski-Doo name.
First appeared in Ski-Doo X-Team Racing
First appeared in Sorcerer King
First appeared in Attack the Light
A series of browser and commercially based games.
First appeared in Sentry Knight Tactics
First appeared in StarDrive 2
First appeared in Strawberry Shortcake Musical Match-Ups
First appeared in Starr Mazer: DSP
Side by Side
Side by Side, later known as Battle Gear, is a series of arcade racing games focused primarily on touge hill racing that was developed and published by Taito.
First appeared in Side by Side
Super Mario Maker
Creating, sharing, playing Mario courses.
First appeared in Super Mario Maker
StreetPass Mii Plaza
First appeared in StreetPass Mii Plaza
First appeared in Super Schwarzschild
First appeared in Savage Worlds
A series of visual novels developed by Lair-Soft that are all set in a Steampunk world.
First appeared in Sekien no Inganock
Space Pirates and Zombies
First appeared in Space Pirates and Zombies
First appeared in Space Run
Sega Worldwide Soccer
A series of soccer games from Sega, for Saturn, PC, and Dreamcast.
First appeared in Sega Worldwide Soccer 97
First appeared in Star Sky
First appeared in Superhot
Sega Ages Online
Classic Sega games re-released for PS3 Network and XBox Live Arcade.
First appeared in Alex Kidd in Miracle World
Strike Fighters is a series of modern military flight sims developed by Third Wire Productions, originally consisting of Strike Fighters: Project 1 and Strike Fighters 2, but with Wings Over Europe, Wings Over Israel and Wings Over Vietnam retroactively made part of the series with remastered re-releases in 2010.
First appeared in Strike Fighters: Project 1
First appeared in Strategic Command: European Theater
A franchise of games based on a light novel series about a teenage boy who finds that he suddenly has twelve quirky sisters.
First appeared in Sister Princess
A duo of fitness games for the Wii. Outside of Japan, the two games were released in (depending on region) either branded with a Gold's Gym license or Ubisoft's "My Fitness" line.
First appeared in Gold's Gym: Cardio Workout
First appeared in Guppy's Quest
First appeared in Spindizzy
A series of puzzle games from Software 2000.
First appeared in Swing
First appeared in S.M.A.R.T. Adventures – Mission Math: Sabotage at the Space Station
A set of games that feature the vampire/demon prince either known as Dorabo, Dorabocchan or Spike McFang.
First appeared in Makai Prince Dorabocchan
Spirit of Eternity Sword
A series of strategy RPG visual novels developed by Xuse.
First appeared in Aselia the Eternal
Star Wraith series
The Star Wraith, Evochron and Arvoch space simulation games, officially dubbed the Star Wraith series, have been developed by StarWraith 3D since the mid 90's.
First appeared in RiftSpace