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consists of 3 releases.
Released May 28, 1993
An over-the-top shooter, "Metal Slug 7" continues the classic franchise on the Nintendo DS.
Blast your way through jungle infested, nazi-esque worlds in this compilation of the Metal Slug franchise. Includes every arcade Metal Slug game, which makes this game Metal Slug 6's Western debut.
This is the 3D version of Metal Slug, confusingly called Metal Slug.
The popular Metal Slug franchise comes to the GBA with five action-packed missions and two new features: a health system and e-cards that enhance the player character's abilities.
Metal Slug 5 is the fifth game in the series.
A PC-only release, "Castlevania and Contra: The Konami Collector's Series" is a compilation of classic NES titles. It contains Castlevania I, II, and III as well as Contra and Super C.
Utilizing similar gameplay mechanics as previous Metal Slug games, Metal Slug 4 stays true to the series, but also manages to keep things fresh with new bosses, weapons, vehicles, and a combo system.
The third game in the Metal Slug series, first released to arcades in 2000 and later ported to many home consoles, PCs, and mobile devices.
Metal Slug 1st Mission was a handheld game in the Metal Slug franchise, starring franchise regular Marco Rossi.
Metal Slug X is an upgraded version of Metal Slug 2, featuring the Metal Slug 3 game engine. The story remains the same but there are slight changes to music, gameplay and interactions.
Metal Slug 2 sees Marco Rossi once again do battle to save the world from the evil General Morden and a mysterious foe from above.
A 3D arena mech action game published by Hudson for the Sega Saturn.
Metal Slug is a 2D run-and-gun platformer for the Neo Geo that's known for its fluid animation, sense of humor, and brutal two-player action.
One of the most technically advanced games to be released on the SNES; this shooter featured liberal use of voice samples, Mode 7 and even Dolby Surround.
A side-scrolling platformer/shooter from Treasure. Its colorful art style and frenetic shooting action have earned it near universal praise.
Rolling Thunder 3 is a side-scrolling shooter released by Namco in 1993 for the Sega Genesis. It was only released in North America.
A sci-fi side-scrolling shooter for the SNES, which is an updated version of the Amiga/Atari ST game Turrican. It is one of few SNES games to feature Dolby Surround.
Turrican 3 is the last chapter of the Turrican series on Commodore Amiga. The game is partially based on the Genesis game Mega Turrican.
In this side-scrolling action game, you once again play as an agent against the forces of GELDRA, ducking and shooting your way towards enemy headquarters.
Turrican II is an epic shooter featuring a ton of exploration, colorful graphics and a pumping synth soundtrack to boot.
An action platformer for the NES by Capcom.
An early shooter platformer originally developed for European home computers, best known for its heavy metal soundtrack by Chris Huelsbeck.
A side-scrolling shooter released on multiple platforms by Capcom. The player could rotate their burly soldier protagonist, allowing them to shoot in many directions.
A Konami run-and-gun famous for its fast-paced, gritty, old-school action.
Rolling Thunder is a side-scrolling action game. It's an arcade classic that would have ports done for many consoles.
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