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    Ms. Pac-Man

    • Game: Ms. Pac-Man
    • Platform: Super Nintendo Entertainment System
    • Publisher: Williams Entertainment Inc.
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    QWord

    QWord

    • Game: QWord
    • Platform: Sinclair QL
    • Publisher: RWAP Software
    Word based game - make words by removing tiles from the grid in sequence.
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    Wonder Boy in Monster World

    • Game: Wonder Boy in Monster World
    • Platform: Wii
    • Publisher: Sega
    The TurboGrafx-16 version of Wonder Boy in Monster World, emulated on the Wii's Virtual Console.
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    The Dukes of Hazzard: Racing for Home

    • Game: The Dukes of Hazzard: Racing for Home
    • Platform: Game Boy Color
    The Dukes of Hazzard: Racing for Home is a Great Game for the Game Boy Color. Bo and Luke are Racing Police to the Nearest Home so They Want Get Arrested by Boss Hogg. The Dukes of Hazard: Racing for Home Released in 2000 and The Most Popular Racing Game for the Game Boy Color.
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    Australian motorcycle Grand Prix

    • Game: 500cc Grand Prix
    • Platform: Commodore 64
    • Publisher: Microïds
    The Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix is a motorcycling event that is part of the Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It is held each year at the scenic Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit.
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    Wonder Boy 3: Monster Lair

    • Game: Wonder Boy 3: Monster Lair
    • Platform: Wii
    • Publisher: Sega
    The emulated version of the TurboGrafx-16 version of Wonder Boy 3: Monster Lair on the Virtual Console
    7.25
    4 votes
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    Crypt Killer

    Crypt Killer

    • Game: Crypt Killer
    • Platform: Arcade game
    • Publisher: Konami
    Crypt Killer was an Arcade Video Game from Konami, It was released in 1995 from Konami
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    3 votes
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    Resident Evil: Code Veronica X

    Resident Evil: Code Veronica X

    • Game: Resident Evil Code: Veronica
    Resident Evil: Code Veronica (Remade on Playstation 2 and Gamecube under the title "Resident Evil: Code Veronica X) takes place 3 months after the events of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis.It is the first Resident Evil game made for a sixth generation console and the first Resident Evil to feature full polygonal environments over the static, pre-rendered backgrounds that characterized the series. Resident Evil Code: Veronica is the first Resident Evil game to use a 3D background instead of pre-rendered ones. However, the player still has no control over the camera as the swings between semi fixed angles. However two weapons (the Sniper Rifle and Linear Launcher) can be fired from the character's view and the unlockable minigame has a first person mode available. Many features have been brought over from RE3 (since both were created in tandem) such as oil drums and a 180 degree turn. Items from Resident Evil 2, such as upgradeable handgun parts and "side packs" for larger item capacity are featured, as well as new weapons such as explosive crossbow bolts and Anti-B.O.W. rounds for the grenade launcher. A unique feature is the ability to dual wield pistol letting
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    Mu Online

    Mu Online

    • Game: Mu Online
    • Platform: Windows 98
    MU Online takes place in a medieval setting and features many elements one would expect in a fantasy MMO. The game is still updated, with the most recent, "Chapter Four", recently released. This update introduced the new Summoner class. The action is fast-paced and combat intuitive, and PvP is a key feature. If fast combat and PvP are your idea of fun, then MU Online offers plenty, complete with official events and prize challenges that are combat-centric. There is an item shop to extend your options. More about this great game : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mu_Online System requirements : MIN : Pentium III 500 MHz equiv, 64MB RAM, 32 MB graphics card, Internet access, DirectX 8, sound card, 600 MB hard drive space. MuOnline Private Server - RogueMu.com - Experience: 10x Drop : 60% Register on site and play free. Instalation: Unpack RogueMu.Full.rar and Play! More info : http://www.roguemu.com
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    Primal Rage

    • Game: Primal Rage
    • Platform: Sega Saturn
    • Publisher: Time Warner Interactive Entertainment
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    AquaNox

    • Game: AquaNox
    • Platform: Microsoft Windows
    • Publisher: Fishtank interactive
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    Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle

    • Game: Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle
    • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
    • Publisher: Level-5
    Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle (レイトン教授と奇跡の仮面 Reiton-kyōju to Kiseki no Kamen?) is a puzzle video game for the Nintendo 3DS. It is the fifth game in the Professor Layton series, but the third story chronologically. The game is a prequel to the series, set after Professor Layton and the Specter's Flute, and continues the story of the search for Jean Descole. The game was announced during Nintendo's E3 2010 press conference, as Level-5's representative game for Nintendo 3DS. No further details were given. During Nintendo's September 29 press event, new screenshots and a trailer for "Mask of Miracle" were released, showing that the game has received a visual and gameplay overhaul since its jump to 3DS: the typical hand-drawn 2D sprites have been replaced by 3D models of the characters; the player can now examine areas in a 3D perspective; and some puzzles now take advantage of the 3DS' unique features, such as its motion sensor. Despite its new visual style, the series' iconic animated cutscenes remain intact. Mysterious Flower, a song sung by Yumi Matsutoya, is featured during the credits.
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    APB

    • Game: APB: All Points Bulletin
    • Platform: Xbox 360
    • Publisher: Realtime Worlds
    7.00
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    Crypt Killer

    Crypt Killer

    • Game: Crypt Killer
    • Platform: PlayStation
    • Publisher: Konami
    Crypt Killer was released on PlayStation 1 in 1997, From the 1995 Arcade Game CryptKiller
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    Popeye

    • Game: Popeye
    • Platform: Atari 8-bit family
    • Publisher: Parker Brothers
    6.00
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    Bird Knight

    • Platform: Vii
    Bird Knight is a game for the Vii. The player must control the character, which appears to be a cat with balloons strapped to it, and make it collect coins along the route without being killed. There are several levels to the game. It is very similar to Balloon Fight for the NES. - Review by Stuart Ashen
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    Wonder Boy in Monster World

    • Game: Wonder Boy in Monster World
    • Platform: Wii
    • Publisher: Sega
    The Sega MegaDrive version of Wonder Boy in Monster World, emulated on the Wii's Virtual Console.
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    Wardner

    • Game: Wardner
    • Platform: Sega Mega Drive
    • Publisher: Mentrix Software, Inc.
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    F.E.A.R. 2

    • Game: F.E.A.R. 2
    • Platform: Xbox 360
    • Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
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    Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition

    Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition

    • Game: Super Street Fighter IV
    • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
    • Publisher: Capcom
    At E3 2010, Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition was announced for the Nintendo 3DS. It will take advantage of its features such as autostereoscopic 3D and improved wireless features, such as Wi-Fi. In an interview with Famitsu, Yoshinori Ono stated that the gameplay will be the same as Super Street Fighter IV. Ono hopes that they can put all the gameplay modes from the console release on the game, plus original content, and they are looking to the possibility of including arranged costumes. Famitsu stated that all the 35 console characters, plus all the systems, will be on the 3DS release. The game has been called "exactly the same" as its HD counterparts by Capcom. The game features two control schemes, Light and Pro. Light mode allows players to set up to four hotkeys for moves and combos on the touchscreen, with each character having a custom loadout. For Pro players, combos have to be performed manually, but hotkeys can be assigned to certain commands to compensate for the 3DS's control layout. The game can be played either in the traditional 2D viewpoint, or in an optional over the shoulder 3D view. Also announced was the ability to swap "trophies" using "StreetPass" and the ability to launch into battles when in proximity to another Street Fighter IV player. The game will also feature Download Play, allowing two local players who have downloaded the game from another player to play against each other without a copy of the game.
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    Bejeweled 3

    • Platform: PlayStation 3
    Bejeweled 3 is a tile-matching puzzle video game developed and published by PopCap Games. It is the fifth game of the multi-selling Bejeweled franchise yet the third official title. The game was released as a digital download on December 7, 2010, featuring a variety of 4 new gameplay modes (plus 4 old ones from Bejeweled 2), high-definition graphics and sounds as well as all-new 65 badges to achieve in game. The core objective of the game is essentially the same as the previous installments in the series. Players are supposed to swap one gem with an adjacent one to form a chain of three or more gems of the same color. When this occurs the gems disappear and a new bunch of gems which are randomly generated drop from above to fill up the empty space. When falling gems automatically line-up a chain reaction known as a cascade is caused. Unlike earlier versions, players can now matching other gems during a chain reaction. In addition to high-definition graphics, new sound effects and the ability to match more than one set of gems at one time (a key feature that debuted in Bejeweled Blitz). Bejeweled 3 also has a badge system, with some of the badges reserved for the most elite gem
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    FIFA International Soccer

    • Game: FIFA International Soccer
    • Platform: Sega Mega Drive
    • Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Tagline: "FIFA International Soccer has it all... experience sheer brilliance"
    Cover: David Platt shielding the ball in England vs. Poland; Pat Bonner punching the ball away from a header by Ruud Gullit in Republic of Ireland vs. Netherlands.
    Released for: Sega Mega Drive, Master System, Mega-CD, Game Gear, SNES, DOS, Amiga, 3DO, Game Boy Known as EA Soccer during development and sometimes subsequently also known as FIFA '94,[1] the first game in the series was released in the weeks leading up to Christmas 1993. This greatly hyped soccer title broke with traditional 16-bit era games by presenting an isometric view rather than the more usual top-down view (Kick Off), side view (European Club Soccer), or bird's-eye view (Sensible Soccer). It only includes national teams, and real player names are not used. A notorious bug allows the player to score directly from an opposing goal kick by standing in front of the goalkeeper so that the ball rebounds off him into the net. The Sega Mega CD version includes some features used in the next title, and is a highly polished version of the 16-bit version. The game on the 3DO console spotted pseudo-3D cameras and it was the most advanced version, graphically.[2] Programming: Jan Tian, Brian Plank, Kevin Pickell
    Art: George Ashcroft, Dianna Davies, David Adams, Suzan Germic, Mike Smith
    Music & Sound: Jeff Dyck
    Producer: Bruce McMillan
    Development Director: Joey Della-Savia
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    Sonic the Hedgehog

    Sonic the Hedgehog

    • Game: Sonic the Hedgehog
    Sonic the Hedgehog (ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ, Sonikku za Hejjihoggu) is a platform video game developed by the Sonic Team division of Sega and originally released for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis in June 1991. The first installment in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, the game chronicles the adventures of the titular character, in his quest to defeat the series antagonist Doctor Ivo Robotnik. The game's story focuses on Sonic's efforts to stop Dr. Robotnik's from taking over South Island and save the animals Dr. Robotnik has trapped. Development of Sonic the Hedgehog began in 1990. Sega ordered its AM-8 team to develop a game featuring a mascot for the company. The AM-8 team's name was changed to Sonic Team after a hedgehog was decided as the main character. Sonic the Hedgehog received positive reviews from critics, who praised the game's visuals. It was commercially successful, increasing the popularity of Sega's 16-bit console and establishing Sonic the Hedgehog as the company's mascot character. Its success led to the development of subsequent games in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, as well as the creation of a media franchise of spin-off products featuring the character. Sonic the Hedgehog is
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    Gateway

    • Game: Gateway
    • Platform: Personal computer
    • Publisher: Legend Entertainment
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    The Prawn

    The Prawn

    • Game: The Prawn
    • Platform: Sinclair QL
    • Publisher: RWAP Software
    A text only adventure for the Sinclair QL which is a spoof of the well known Pawn Adventure from Magnetic Scrolls.
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    Beatmania IIDX

    • Game: Beatmania IIDX
    beatmania IIDX was the first version of the game. It included three play modes: 7-keys, 5-keys (where the keys numbered 6 and 7 were played automatically), and 4-keys (where the three black keys were played automatically).
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    Pokémon Black and White

    • Platform: Nintendo DS
    • Publisher: Nintendo
    Pokémon Black Version and White Version (ポケットモンスターブラック・ホワイト, Poketto Monsutā Burakku Howaito, "Pocket Monsters: Black & White") are role-playing games developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS. They are the first installments in the fifth generation of the Pokémon series of role-playing games. First released in Japan on September 18, 2010, they were later released in Europe on March 4, 2011, in North America on March 6, 2011 and Australia on March 10, 2011. Similar to previous installments of the series, the two games follow the journey of a young Pokémon trainer through the region of Unova, as they train Pokémon used to compete against other trainers, while thwarting the schemes of the criminal organization Team Plasma. Black and White introduce over 150 brand-new Pokémon to the franchise, as well as many new features, including a seasonal cycle, fully animated Pokémon sprites and triple battles. Both titles are independent of each other, but feature largely the same plot, and while both can be played separately, trading Pokémon between both of the games is necessary in order to complete the games' Pokédex. Upon their release, Black and White received
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    Rock Band

    Rock Band is a music video game released for the iOS. It was co-developed by EA Montreal and Harmonix Music Systems, and was published by Electronic Arts and MTV Games. The game was released as a part of the Rock Band series for download through the App Store in several regions on October 19, 2009. On May 2, 2012 RockBandAide announced that EA intends to discontinue Rock Band with servers being disconnected and support being dropped on May 31, 2012. However, EA stated that the message was "sent in error" and the app will remain available to those who purchased the app. It was later announced that due to an expiring contract with Harmonix the game would be removed from the App Store. This occurred on July 31, 2012, and the game is now currently unavailable; though users who have previously downloaded the game can continue to play it. Gameplay is similar to other Rock Band series games, but controlled without instrument controllers, and instead with the iOS-device's multi-touch display and built-in accelerometer. The game features multiplayer support over Bluetooth, and online play via Facebook Connect. A total of twenty songs appear in the game, and extra songs are available as
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    The Sims 2: Double Deluxe

    • Game: The Sims 2
    • Platform: Microsoft Windows
    • Publisher: Electronic Arts
    The Sims 2: Double Deluxe is a life simulation video game for the PC. The Sims 2: Double Deluxe is The Sims 2 core game with The Sims 2: Nightlife and The Sims 2: Celebration Stuff pre-installed. It was released for Windows on April 15, 2008. Along with the game, it comes with a bonus DVD. The Sims 2: Double Deluxe is in no way different from The Sims 2 where The Sims 2: Nightlife and The Sims 2: Celebration Stuff have been added. It allows the player to do whatever they can in the Sims 2, along with the expansions in gameplay that Nightlife added. Players can create "Sims", virtual people that are centric to the franchise, and can create homes for them. As well as building homes, the player can build public areas as well. It is also possible to create a neighbourhood, as the same as in The Sims 2 core game. The playing of the sims and the building elements of the game are split into three "modes": live mode, buy mode and build mode. In buy mode the player can select objects to fill the lot. The objects are further separated into categories. In build mode, the player constructs the basic layout of the lot by adding walls, for example. In this mode, it is also possible to landscape
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    Car Wars

    • Game: Car Wars
    • Platform: Texas Instruments TI-99/4A
    • Publisher: Texas Instruments
    Car Wars is a video game for the TI-99/4A computer. The player controls a car starting at the bottom of the screen and navigates it through an open grid full of dots. The object is to collect all the dots while avoiding crashing into other cars. The player's car is always moving counter-clockwise. The player, who can never stop the car or change direction, is only able to control the relative speed of the car and move the car across one or two lines of the grid. After the player comes close to collecting all the dots, the other cars begin speeding up. Because it is based on the idea of collecting dots in a maze while avoiding enemies, people might assume that Car Wars is an imitation of Pac-Man. In fact, it is a clone of a 1979 Sega/Gremlin game called Head On, which preceded Pac-Man by a year. Prior to the game, the player can select playing options from a menu. These will determine the speed of the player's and computer's cars and when the computer's cars will speed up. There are three speeds, identified as slow, fast, and flyin'. Both the player and the computer will move at the selected speed. The three speed-up options are titled late, early, and lookout. The computer's cars
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    Fever Move

    • Platform: Vii
    Fever Move is a game similar to Dance Dance Revolution and Guitar Hero designed by Jungle Soft for the Vii. Fever Move does not use a dance mat, instead relying on the Vii's 2.4G Wireless Handybar Controller to be swung in four different directions in synchronization with the music like an instrument, making it similar to Guitar Hero.
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    Liberty City

    • Game: Grand Theft Auto IV
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    Catch Fish

    • Platform: Vii
    Catch Fish is a fishing game for the Vii console. The game, according to reviewer Stuart Ashen, has "the best graphics on the Vii". It was released in late 2007 along with the Vii, and is one of the 11-12 games built into the system.
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    Lost Kingdom of Zkul

    Lost Kingdom of Zkul

    • Game: Lost Kingdom of Zkul
    • Platform: Sinclair QL
    • Publisher: RWAP Software
    Well known real-time text adventure for the Sinclair QL.
    5.00
    1 votes
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    Galaga

    • Game: Galaga
    • Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System
    • Publisher: Bandai
    4.00
    1 votes
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    Alacrity Golf

    • Platform: Vii
    Alacrity Golf is a Mini Golf game designed by Jungle Soft for play on the Vii. This golf game allows you to choose from 4 different shirt colors, so you determine characteristics of the player. For direct gameplay, Alacrity Golf includes 2 forms of play Story Mode, in which you must complete all 30 levels of the game, and also Arcade Mode, which enables players to practice the holes before playing Story Mode. To play the game, you must use the "B" button located on the back of the V-Mote along with a swing motion to simulate a real golf putter. Different speeds of the controller swing, will give varied speeds of the putter on screen; also the game includes vibrations and sound effects from the controller during play.
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    Smart Dart

    • Platform: Vii
    Smart Dart is a darts game for the Vii. The game uses the Vii's motion detection to indicate how far the dart goes on the board or how fast it travels.
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    247
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    249

    Wonder Boy 3: Monster Lair

    • Game: Wonder Boy 3: Monster Lair
    • Platform: Wii
    • Publisher: Sega
    The emulated version of the Sega MegaDrive version of Wonder Boy 3: Monster Lair on the Virtual Console.
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    250
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