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consists of 10 releases.
Released November 1987
An on-rails, light gun shooter for the Nintendo Wii, featuring a lengthy single player campaign, co-op and multiple mini-games. It also comes bundled with a Nerf gun shell capable of shooting Nerf darts.
Blast terrorists with t-shirts wrapped around their heads in this light-gun game from Raw Thrills.
Aim, shoot, duck, reload! You are a member of the elite GHOST squad - you must eliminate the terrorists, save the hostages and ultimately keep the peace of the world intact.
This is a sequel to the other House of the Dead games. It generally follows the same play format as them, with only a few additions here and there.
House of the Dead III is a light gun game released in arcades then ported to the Xbox and PC. It was later also released on PS3 through PSN.
Play as Howard Gibson or Jean Clifford in this light gun shooter as they hunt down a group of terrorists who have stolen the World's Collisions satellite!
Improving on the original Silent Scope, Dark Silhouette featured a longer campaign, co-op arcade play, divergent paths depending on character choice, and a European setting.
With its trademark replica sniper rifle, Silent Scope offers an interesting twist on the traditional on-rails, light gun shooter.
Ed Hunter is a first person shooter based on Iron Maiden and their beloved mascot, Eddie. The game was bundled as a bonus disc with the double CD Iron Maiden compilation of the same name.
2 years after the Curien Mansion incident, strange activity has been coming from the city of Venice. The AMS has sent several agents to investigate the strange disappearance of locals there, but are you prepared for what lies ahead of you as one of them?
CarnEvil is an arcade horror rail-shooter, themed around a carnival of the undead and other horrors.
As AMS agents, G or Thomas Rogan, you are sent to investigate a panicked phone call from Rogan's fiancée, Sophie Richards and the disappearances of scientists working in the Curien Mansion. But can you prepare for what lies in the House Of The Dead?
The sequel to the original Virtua Cop. It is a on rails style shooter and allows the use of peripherals, specifically the light gun.
A light-gun shooter released by Sega in 1994. It was the first texture-mapped 3D shooter, and went on to have a lasting impact on the rail shooter and first-person shooter genres.
In Revolution X, music is the weapon in this bleak future where Aerosmith is on repeat. Shoot down government helicopters and hurl explosive CDs all during the most bitchin'est night of all time.
Return to the gunner position of the ST Falcon in this sequel to the mecha light-gun shooter Battle Clash.
Arcade light-gun shooter released by Taito in 1993. It supports 2 player co-op, and made use of digitized sprites and sprite-scaling to produce pseudo-3D graphics.
With Super Scope in hand, Mario travels atop Yoshi to defeat Bowser once again in this on-rails light-gun game.
Take on the role of a gunner of the powerful ST Falcon and participate in one-on-one mech combat in this fast-paced light-gun shooter for the Super NES.
A 1992 first-person shooter for arcades, developed by Taito. It pioneered several features before they became standards of the FPS genre, including circle-strafing and multiplayer deathmatch. Its control scheme, where the player moves with a joystick and aims with a lightgun, was also a precursor to modern FPS controls.
An arcade game in the style of Operation Wolf set over six levels in 1926 Chicago.
Frank Castle, as the Punisher, guns down several bad guys with the occasional help of Spider-Man -- because people need to be punished.
Aqua Jack is a hovercraft-based arcade shooter with a behind-the-back forced perspective style.
Frank Castle alias The Punisher is the only man who can stop The Trust, a shadowy organisation, in this 2D shooter developped and published by The Edge for the 16 bit machines Amiga and Atari ST.
Atmospheric game in which a group of US soldiers has to be guided through the jungle of Vietnam back to their base. Lot's of confrontations with wild animals and hostile Vietcong soldiers.
A shooting gallery game released by Nintendo in 1990. It was based on the 1952 cartoon series, "Barker Bill's Cartoon Show" and consisted of 4 different light-gun game modes.
As the new deputy in town it's up to you to stop Mad Dog McCree and his band of outlaws. One of the first light gun games to come over to the PC.
Go on a one man army mission to rescue some POWs.
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