Dragons Fury

Published by Tengen Inc. Developed by Compile Released 1992 Also For TurboGrafx-16, Wii, Wii U             Overview Play video pinball that will set you on fire! Explosive graphics and demonic sound beckon you to the underworld for a devilish pinball simulation. Rebound off the She Giant. So beautiful when she sleeps. So evil when she awakens. Burn up in the bonus rounds where dragons will roast you, skeletons will toast you and sorcerers will plan a barbecue around you. Finally, if you flip your way…

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Virtua Fighter Remix

Published by SEGA Enterprises Ltd. Developed by SEGA-AM2 Co., LTD. Released Apr, 1995 Platforms Arcade, SEGA Saturn, Windows The original Virtua Fighter was released as a launch game for the Sega Saturn in 1995 (at least in Europe) and was very well received by gamers and critics alike.The basic gameplay was converted from the Arcade very much intact, the controls were even better due to the fantastic Saturn pad and the game even included some extra modes to improve the game’s longevity. The one area where the game was criticised…

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Blast Corps

Published by Nintendo of America Inc. Developed by Rare, Ltd. Released Mar 31, 1997 Platform Nintendo 64 A pair of defective nuclear missiles, en route to a safe detonation site, has begun to leak. Badly damaged, the carrier automatically locks onto the most direct route. Clear a path to help the carrier arrive safely. Tons of vehicles are at your disposal. Leave nothing standing or the adventure will end in an earth-shattering explosion! Find the hidden technicians to ensure a safe detonation. Strap on your seat belt, it’s going to…

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Resident Evil 4

Published by Capcom Entertainment, Inc. Developed by Capcom Production Studio 4 Released Jan 11, 2005 Platform GameCube Overview: A familiar hero explores unfamiliar territory. Leon S. Kennedy, Raccoon City’s idealistic rookie cop from Resident Evil 2, takes center stage in this incredible installment of the wildly popular franchise. Exclusive to the Nintendo GameCube, Resident Evil 4 shines as the first breakout game of 2005. Features: Utilizes the Nintendo GameCube’s technological powers to the fullest, creating breathtaking 3D graphics and effects Camera follows Leon from behind, allowing for intuitive movement New,…

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JACK THE NIPPER

Published by Gremlin Graphics Software Ltd. Developed by Gremlin Graphics Software Ltd. Released 1986 Also For Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, iPad, iPhone, MSX “Hurry Up Wimp! Get me loaded and lets have some fun” Jack was tired of all the wimps in his town, their boring games and goody goody ways sent him to sleep.             So, Jack being of a rather naughty disposition set about livening things up a bit, he picked up his trusty pea-shooter and scarpered off to cause some trouble.  …

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Bug Too

Published by SEGA of America, Inc. Developed by Realtime Associates, Inc. Released Dec 10, 1996 Also For Windows The Original Bug was released alongside the launch of the Sega Saturn console in Europe (July 1995) and was a very well received 2d side scrolling platformer with 3d elements. As the game sold really well (for a Saturn game at least) it was only a matter of time before a sequel arrived and sure enough Bug Too was released in late 1993. Bug Too matches the original game for quality and…

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FEUD

Published by Mastertronic Ltd. Developed by Binary Design, Ltd. Released 1987 Also For Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari 8-bit, Commodore 64, DOS, MSX FEUD THE STORY “No one knows ‘ow long they have been ‘ere; even old Albert don’t recall ’em comin’ an’ ‘e reckons ‘e might be over ‘undred! We didn’t mind when they kept themselves to themselves. I mean, all we wants is a bit o’ piece an’ quiet an’ leave to go about our business. We’re simple folk ‘ere in Little Dullford and we can’t be doin’ with…

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Mortal Kombat 3

Published by Sony Computer Entertainment America, Inc. Developed by Midway Released Jul 05, 1995 Also For Arcade, DOS, Game Boy, Game Gear, Genesis, SEGA Master System, SNES, Windows Released in the spring of 1996 for the Sony Playstation Mortal Kombat 3 is a conversion of the Arcade game of the same name and whilst the game is still great fun it is definitely showing signs of age (even at launch). Firstly the good, the basic gameplay is excellent and very much classic 2d Mortal Kombat, the action is very gory…

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