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Ultraman: Towards the Future

Ultraman: Towards the Future is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System game that is based on the shonen anime, Ultraman. The object is to weaken an opponent, and once the opponent is weakened, use Burning Plasma against him to wipe him off the face of the

Super Mario World

Super Mario World is a platform game developed and published by Nintendo as a pack-in launch title for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It has gone on to become a tremendous critical and commercial success, becoming the best seller for the

Super Mario All-Stars

Super Mario All-Stars, known in Japan as Super Mario Collection, is a video game that was developed and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. It contains enhanced remakes of Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros.: The

Extra Innings

Extra Innings is a baseball game released for the North American Super NES. The game did not use real life teams from either American or Japanese baseball, instead using 12 fictional teams with all fictional players. The players are animated in a

ESPN National Hockey Night

ESPN National Hockey Night is a Super NES, Sega Mega Drive and PC action game where the player is cast right straight into NHL action on his TV screen. Like most ESPN games, there is an exhibition mode, a season mode, and a playoff mode. The AI of this

ESPN Baseball Tonight

ESPN Baseball Tonight is a baseball game for the PC, Super NES, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, and Sega [Mega-]CD. The game was licensed by MLB, but not by the Players Association, so while actual team names and logos are used, no player names are in the game.

Elite Soccer

Elite Soccer is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy soccer game that has an elite list of international and club teams.

Eek! The Cat

Platform game based on the cartoon series Eek the Cat. Eek must help his friends through 6 huge levels of hazards. This platformer has a novel approach that the player (Eek) can take as much damage as possible, but must keep his protectee safe from harm

Drakkhen

Drakkhen was originally a computer role-playing game developed by Draconian (Data East) for the PC. Created by French developers, it was later re-tooled in order to be released in the United States by MicroProse in 1990. Drakkhen was then ported to the

Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf

The story follows the player, an AH-64 Apache (although the title screen for most versions seems to show a Comanche used in the game's sequel instead as the rear rotor of the helicopter used in the game was actually Comanche's rear rotor) pilot in a

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