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Street Fighter III: New Generation
ストリートファイター3
1997 Sequel to Street Fighter 2
Kuhga - Operation Code Vapor Trail
空牙 – Operation Code Vapor Trail
1989 In 1999, a terrorist organization known only as DAGGER has occupied the city of New York where they have hacked into military defenses world-wide, established their own military command and gained access to nuclear missile silos. They hold the world hostage in this position and promise to cancel their threats of destroying the Earth only until the world's governments relinquish their power to DAGGER.
Super Street Fighter 2 : New C
1993 No summary.
Super Street Fighter 2: New Challengers
スーパーストリートファイター2
1993 No summary.
New York New York
1981 No summary.
New York, New York
ニューヨークニューヨーク
0 No summary.
Gradius III
グラディウスIII
1989 No summary.
Ikari III: The Rescue
1989 No summary.
Lupin III
ルパン三世
1980 No summary.
TNK III
TNK III
1985 No summary.
Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair
ワンダーボーイ3モンスターレア
1988 No summary.
Tank III
タンクIII
1975 No summary.
Lode Runner (III - Teikoku Karano Dasshutsu)
1984 No summary.
Shanghai III
上海3
1993 No summary.
Trivia Whiz III
1985 No summary.
Street Fighter 2
ストリートファイター2
1993 No summary.
Street Fighter
ストリートファイター
1987 The First in a long series of mega-popular fighting games.
Street Fighter 2: Champion Edition
1992 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: Hyper Fighting
1992 Choose from the original eight characters plus new boss characters in a speed-up version of Street Fighter 2: Champion Edition.
Street Fighter 2: World Warrior
1991 No summary.
Street Fighter Alpha
1995 Yet another fighter.
Street Fighter EX
ストリートファイターEX
1994 No summary.
Street Fighter EX Plus
ストリートファイターEXプラス
1997 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: Turbo Hyper
1991 No summary.
Street Fighter Zero
ストリートファイターZero
1995 No summary.
Street Fighter Zero 2
ストリートファイターZero2
1996 No summary.
Super Street Fighter 2
スーパーストリートファイター2
1993 No summary.
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo
スーパーストリートファイター2ターボ
1994 No summary.
Super Street Fighter 2X
スーパーストリートファイター2エックス
1994 No summary.
X-Men vs. Street Fighter
エックスメンVSストリートファイター
1996 A 2 player fighter game in the Street Fighter/X-Men vein.
Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter
1997 No summary.
Street Fighter 2X
0 No summary.
Street Fighter 3 : 2nd Impact
1998 No summary.
Street Fighter 3 : 3rd Strike Fight For the Future
1999 No summary.
Street Fighter Alpha 2
1996 No summary.
Street Fighter Alpha 3
1998 No summary.
Street Fighter Alpha: The Warriors Dream
1995 No summary.
Street Fighter EX 2
0 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: Rainbow Edition
1991 A bootleg modified (read: not originally from Capcom) version of SFII:CE. Many new (and most "cheap"!) features.
Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha
ストリートファイターZero2α
1996 This is a Japanese only release after Street Fighter Alpha 2 to please the Japanese pundits with the addition of Evil Ryu and other new modes of play.
Street Fighter EX 2+
0 No summary.
Street Fighter II Turbo : Hyper Fighting
1991 No summary.
Street Fighter Zero 3
1998 No summary.
Street Fighter: the Movie
ストリートファイターザムービー
1995 No summary.
Super Street Fighter
0 No summary.
Street Fighter 3 3rd STRIKE Fight for the Future
ストリートファイターⅢ3rdストライク
0 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: Championship Edition (Japan)
ストリートファイター2
1992 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: World Warriors (Japan)
ストリートファイター2ダッシュ
1992 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: Turbo Hyper Fighting
ストリートファイター2ダッシュターボ
1992 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: Championship Edition
ストリートファイター2チャンピオンシップエディショ
1992 No summary.
Ikari Warriors
1986 Jungle combat with guns and grenades against an army of evildoers. Lots of powerups and an eight-direction turning joystick/knob to control you fighter. Plus you get to jump into tanks! A classic two player reminiscent of Front Line.
Super Gem Fighter / Pocket Fighter
1997 No summary.
New Assault
ニューアサルト
1988 No summary.
New Bosconian
ニューボスコニアン
1981 No summary.
New Dragon Spirit
ニュードラゴンスピリット
1987 Vertical Scrolling shooter in the spirit of (and by the makers of) Xevious.
New Fantasia
0 No summary.
New Grand Derby
ニューグランドダービー
1981 No summary.
New Prototype
0 No summary.
New Rally-X
ニューラリーX
1981 Updated version of the racing game Rally-X with easier gameplay and the addition of a "lucky" flag.
New Rolling Thunder
ニューローリングサンダー
1987 No summary.
New Sinbad 7
1983 See Sinbad 7.
New York Captor
1986 Light gun shooting fun; nail the gangsters before they get you or your loved ones.
New Zealand Story, The
1990 Basic horizontal platform game - help a little kiwi save his friends from an evil walrus who intends to have them for dinner.
Brand New Stars
1997 No summary.
Drift Out:New Technology
1991 No summary.
New Dyna Blaster: Global Quest
1992 Follow-up to Irem's 1991 game Dynablaster (known as bomberman in Japan).
New Weapon Fight
新武器格闘
1998 No summary.
New Atomic Punk
1993 No summary.
New Block X
1979 No summary.
New Block Z
1979 No summary.
New Zealand Story 2, The
1988 No summary.
New Zealand Story Extra, The
1988 No summary.
New Zig Zag
ニュージグザグ
1982 A variant of Dig Dug, with an additional pickaxe item
Snow Bros. 2: With New Elves
1994 Same as Snow Bros. but with 3 added characters. Known in Japan as Otenki Paradise: Snow Bros. 2
New Pac 1
ニューパックワン
0 No summary.
The New Zealand Story
ニュージーランドストーリー
1990 No summary.
New Zealand Story
ニュージーランドストーリー
1988 No summary.
64th Street
64番街
1991 No summary.
Street Burners
1975 No summary.
Street Football
1986 No summary.
Street Heat
ストリートヒート
1985 No summary.
Street Smart
ストリートスマート
1989 No summary.
Street Hoop (Dunk Dreams)
1994 No summary.
Street Slam
1994 No summary.
Panic Street
1999 No summary.
Street Fight
1986 No summary.
Street Viper
1993 No summary.
Wall Street
1982 Rescue suicidal stock brokers from plummeting to their deaths Game and Watch style. And then, a tank game!
Galaga '88
ギャラガ’88
1988 The official sequel to Galaga gets updated with new graphics, in-game-music for bonus stages, and scrolling stages--not just stars.
Astro Fighter
アストロファイター
1980 Space - Shoot waves of aliens
Bull Fighter
1984 Ice Hockey
Road Fighter
ロードファイター
1984 Race along highways
Jet Fighter
ジェットファイター
1975 No summary.
Pit Fighter
ピットファイター
1990 First (maybe only) entirely digitized fighter game, for up to 3 players.
Action Fighter
アクションファイター
1985 No summary.
Big Fighter
戦え!ビッグファイター
1988 No summary.
Omega Fighter
オメガ ファイター
1989 No summary.
P-47: The Freedom Fighter
1988 This is the Japanese release of P-47: The Phantom Fighter.
Poseidon Sea Fighter
シーファイターポセイドン
1984 No summary.
Ring Fighter
1984 No summary.
Freedom Fighter
1986 Help free the world from robot tyrany! Grab your laser and shoot anything mechanical.
Space Fighter
スペースファイター
1979 No summary.
Star Fighter
0 No summary.
Super Astro Fighter
1982 No summary.
UFO Fighter Yoko
UFO戦士ようこちゃん
1988 No summary.
Fighter & Attacker
F/A
1992 No summary.
Prime Time Fighter
1993 No summary.
Strato Fighter
1991 No summary.
Strike Fighter
ストライクファイター
1991 No summary.
Super Puzzle Fighter 2
スーパーパズルファイター2
1996 No summary.
Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo
スーパーパズルファイター2ターボ
1996 No summary.
Super Puzzle Fighter 2 X
スーパーパズルファイター2X
1996 No summary.
First Funky Fighter, The
1993 No summary.
Virtua Fighter
バーチャファイター
1993 Real 3d-fighter, but no texture. 8 Characters.
Virtua Fighter 2
バーチャファイター2
1994 No summary.
Virtua Fighter 2.1
バーチャファイター2.1
1995 No summary.
Virtua Fighter 3
バーチャファイター3
1996 No summary.
Virtua Fighter 3tb
バーチャファイター3
1997 No summary.
Virtua Fighter Kids
バーチャファイターキッズ
1996 No summary.
Virtua Fighter Remix
バーチャファイターリミックス
1995 No summary.
Voltage Fighter - Gowkaizer
ボルテージファイターゴーカイザー
1995 No summary.
Gong Fighter
1985 No summary.
Road Fighter 2
1985 No summary.
Sea Fighter Poseidon
1984 No summary.
Solitary Fighter
1991 Tweaked version of Violence Fight
Sorcery Fighter
1993 No summary.
Space Fighter Mark II
1980 No summary.
Space Fighter X
1982 No summary.
P-47: The Phantom Fighter
1988 World version of P-47: The Freedom Fighter.
Space Fighter 2
スペースファイター2
0 No summary.
P-47 Freedom Fighter
P-47
1988 No summary.
Hacha Mecha Fighter
1991 A horizontal scrolling shooter from NMK.
Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom
ダンジョンズ&ドラゴンズ
1994 Medieval 1-4 player cooperative slash'n'trash game where you choose from 4 diffrent characters, a fighter, an elf, a cleric and a dwarf.
Bubble Memories
バブルメモリーズ
1995 Bubble Memories: The Story of Bubble Bobble III (バブルメモリーズ, Baburu Memorīzu)
M.A.C.H. 3
1983 Flying - Destroy ground and air targets. Has a fighter game and a bomber game. AKA Mach 3, M.A.C.H. III
Violence Fight
バイオレンスファイト
1990 Primitive two player fighting game. Two players can duke it out in this 2d fighter similar to Pit Fighter.
Make Trax
メイクトラックス
1983 Maze game, similar to Pac-Man, but instead of eating dots, you had to paint the street.
Black Tiger
ブラックドラゴン
1987 Scrolling fighter with great music and great medieval monsters. U.S. version of Black Dragon.
Dyna Blaster
1991 Dyna Blaster was Hudsonsoft's Bomberman under a new name.
Qix
クイックス
1981 Qix (pronounced "kicks") is a simple and elegant game in which you claim territory by drawing boxes to fill a rectangular space. You must avoid the Qix – sticklike objects that float and bounce through your space in unpredictable patterns. You can rack up more points for creating boxes more slowly, and besides the Qix, you must be careful of Sparx and Fuses which appear if your marker stops while you are drawing.
Deadly Sport
1993 Unreleased. Also known as Street Brawl and Deadly Splode
Legionnaire
1992 A run through the city and beat up all the bad giys game in the same vein as games like Final Fight. Judy has been kidnapped by the crime syndicate and Frank, Chris, and Alfred must save her.
China Gate
中華大仙?
1988 You (and optional teamate) choose 1 of 3 characters, battle many different enemies with different abilities, and beat various bosses. The goal is to retrieve a book which the enemies have stolen from your master (as you see in the attract screens).
Space Invaders '91
1991 Another update to the 1978 classic. New graphics, same theme.
Rainbow Islands
レインボーアイランド
1987 The sequel of the Taito hit "Bubble Bobble." Full name: Rainbow Islands: The Story of Bubble Bobble 2
Sky Shark
飛翔鮫
1982 Vertical shoot 'em up. Original Hi Sho Zame in Japan, licensed to Electrocoin in Europe under the name Flying Shark, and Romstar in North America under the name Sky Shark.
Galaga Plus
ギャラガプラス
1984 Distributed game name: GAPLUS OR GALAGA 3... A sequel released by NAMCO of the original Galaga under two different names both released in 1984.
Iron Horse
大列車強盗
1986 Side scrolling platform cowboy train-robber fighter game.
Ehrgeiz
エアガイツ
1998 A fighter starring the cast of Final Fantasy VII.
Smash TV
1990 In the "distant" future of 1999, you are a contestant on the most violent game show of all – Smash TV. On this game show anything goes, as you attempt to collect prizes, cash, and keys by fighting off a host of enemies with your array of weapons. In some versions, if you collect enough keys, you are rewarded with a trip to the Pleasure Dome.
Psycho - Nics Oscar
サイコニクスオスカー
1987 Control a yellow robot named Oscar, collect shield and weapon power-ups, shoot bad guys until you get to a massive boss-monster at the end.
Marvel Vs. Capcom
1997 The 5th game by Capcom to utilize their insanely popular Xmen fighting game engine. Players select 2 characters out of a possible 15 (plus 5 hidden) and battle it out.
Outfoxies, The
1995 A one or two player game in which you choose from a wide variety of characters and battle to the death with your opponent.
Saturday Night Slam Masters
1993 A wrestling game with many characters, including some from Street Fighter.
Three Wonders
スリーワンダー
1991 Three different games from varying genres. Midnight Wanderers is a side-scrolling platform game, Chariot is a side-scrolling shooter, and Don't Pull is a maze/block game. All have very colorful graphics.
Asterix & Obelix
1992 A 2 player fighting game like Final Fight, the 2 characters you can choose are Asterix and Obelix.
Yie Ar Kung Fu
1985 Beat up small men. "Street Fighter" like style of game.
Chase H.Q. 2
1990 police chasing baddies and running them off the road. Just like C-HQ1 except you had a man jump out of the sun roof and fired a machine gun when you pressed a button.
Libble Rabble
リブルラブル
1983 An obscure Namco release, Libble Rabble was designed by Toru Iwatani after his huge success with Pac-Man. Although it was not particularly popular, Iwatani claimed that it was his own personal favorite of the games he designed.
WWF Wrestlefest
WWFレッスルフェスト
1991 Wrestling, not that it's a sport really, just acting. WWF WrestleFest is a wrestling game that is a follow-up to WWF Superstars. One to four players can play in a Tag Team Challenge or the Battle Royal.
Challenger
チャレンジャー
1981 Split and destroy "space bubbles" and enemy ships. Ship fires in three directions, and can "Warp" to the top or bottom of the screen. Dock with the Bonus Bug for bonus points.
Raiden Fighters II: Operation Hell Dive
1997 One of the best vertical scrolling shooters yet. Great music, spectacular sound effects, and tons of multi-layer parallax, bright, vivid colors, and huge detailed bosses make this game a keeper.
Avenger
アベンジャー
1975 Pilot a jet fighter - shoot enemies for points
DarkStalkers
1994 Street Fighter II with a Gothic/Monster twist.
Gang Wars
ギャングウォーズ
1989 Gang Wars is Final Fight like fighter.
Phantom II
ファントム2
1979 Vertical scrolling shooter in which you control a fighter jet.
Alien Syndrome
エイリアンシンドローム
1987 Third-person shooter where you get to blast all kinds of aliens and rescue people. You can also find power-ups for better blasting power!
Paint Roller
1981 Paint the paths of the maze in this Pac-Man clone. Same as "Make Trax" and "Crush Roller."
Lunar Lander
ルナーランダー
1979 Check it out: Atari’s first vector graphics game. Using a throttle lever and rotation buttons, you attempt to land a manned spacecraft on the moon. Readouts show fuel usage and speed readings which must be coordinated for a successful landing.
Crime City
クライムシティー
1989 Classic-style walk-and-shoot, similar to E-Swat and Shinobi. Assume the role of two cops and go out stopping bank robberies, saving the kidnapped, and all that other good stuff cops do.
Black Widow
1981 Rare Taito game. Not to be confused with Atari's Black Widow, which came out in 1982.
Emeraldia
エメラルディア
1992 Tetris play-alike with a new twist.
Pleiads
1981 The same play style as Phoenix. Move your ship left and right, and destroy the enemy characters. Several different waves, with the major difference from Phoenix being a wave where you have to land the ship.
Shinobi
1987 You play a ninja on a one man mission out to destroy a evil force and save kidnapped hostages.
Rip Off
リップオフ
1979 A cooperative two-player game in which you and your teammate try to protect fuel pods from the enemy tanks.
Cobra Command
サンダーストーム
1984 Standard scrolling shooter. Fly your helicopter and wipe out round after round of bad guys while picking up powerups.
Megaman: The Power Battle
1994 A decent platformer to look at and has excellent novelty and collectable value but isn't the most fun to play.
Print Club 2
1997 A classic photo booth that can be reconfigured to print stickers. Has two verified styles of printers and can print one, four or sixteen pictures to a page in beautiful photo-quality images. Has overlays that are applied to the frame of the image.
Wolf Fang
1991 You're the mech in this side scrolling platformer which its you against a host of enemy soldiers, bosses and harsh terrain.
Gun Force
ガンフォース
1991 Side scrolling platform game like Metal Slug with lots of power ups.
Space Phantoms
スペースファントム
1979 A version of Ozma Wars in which you shoot phantoms instead of space objects.
Alien vs. Predator
エイリアンvsプレデター
1993 Humans and Predators team up in Final Fight style to vanquish the necronom aliens that have invaded earth.
WWF WrestleMania
1995 A WWF-licensed wrestling game, with digitized stars like Bret Hart, the Undertaker, and Doink the Clown.
Pulsar
パルサー
1981 You drive through a maze while strange opponents fire at you. You must vanquish opponents before you move to the next maze. Watch for the maze to change, because as some walls disappear others materialize.
Vulgus
バルガス
1984 Shoot-em up with a spaceship against waves of grouped enemies, no powerups but shoot+torpedo-like bullet as alternate
Bionic Commando
トップシークレット
1988 A side scrolliing action game. As the hero you have a bionic grappling hook and try to defeat an evil army of soldiers.
Crystal Castles
クリスタルキャッスル
1983 The Brothers Grimm go 3-d. Pac-man style game in which you move Bentley Bear through a series of dazzling 3-d landscapes, collecting gems and avoiding balls, trees, and other bad guys.
Joust
ジャウスト
1982 Who would have thought a game with knights fighting on ostriches and storks could become such a classic? Many people attribute the enormous success of Joust to the fact that it could be played either competitively or collaboratively, making it almost two games in one.
King of Fighters '95
1995 Sequel to The King of Fighters 94. This game once again uses characters from SNK's other fighters but this time you can edit you teams to your liking.
Final Starforce
ファイナルスターフォース
1992 Pilot your spaceship, shooting enemy spacecraft and ground targets. Grab the pulsator capsules for extra fire power.
Ninja Clowns
1991 Rare, bizarre platformer/fighter.
Formation Armed F
フォーメーション アームドF
1988 Vertically scrolling shoot 'em up - control the Vowger spaceship - shoots enemies, collect power-ups - defeat bosses to advance levels - Vowger can be changed to shoot in a multitude of formations and directions
Cabal
カベール
1989 Third person (behind player). Use a trackball to control a soldier and his aiming crosshair, and conduct attacks on various enemies. This game has quite a few "pseudo-hidden" power-ups and suprises.
SD Gundam Neo Battling
0 Gundam and friends star in this shooter with a myriad of power-ups, mini-robot enemies and very smooth control and action.
Paddle Ball
パドルボール
1973 This game, like virtually every other video game from the early 70s, is a black and white Pong clone.
Nebulas Ray
1994 A 2D vertical shooter, lots of detailed graphics, some prerendered 3d sprites, with that lush, crisp feeling...
Rygar
アルゴスの戦士
1986 You play the Legendary Warrior "Rygar" in the side scrolling platform game. The aim is to make it though 27 levels picking up power ups and bonuses along the way.
Darius
ダライアス
1986 Multiple-monitor game. Scrolls from Left to Right for most of the game, except when choosing the next level to go to, which scrolls Up and Down. Can gain power-ups along the way for stronger Bombs and (laser?) Shots..
Renegade
熱血硬派くにおくん
1986 It's 2am. You're in the subway. The wrong place to be unless you're looking for trouble. They've got sticks, chains and your girlfriend. It's up to you to fight your way through the thug infested city to save her.

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