Baseball Stars II
United States
Published by: Romstar, 1992 | Developed by: Romstar / SNK (Arcade)
Genre: Baseball | Licensed
BASEBALL STARS II recreates all of the action in professional baseball. Choose to play as one of 18 teams six can be customized as they battle for the league pennant in four different stadiums. To get the perfect set of players for a championship run, you (more...)
Nintendo, 1990 - Adventure - Licensed
The story revolves around Mike Jones, a star pitcher from Seattle, who comes to C-Island to visit his uncle, an archaeologist named Dr. Steve Jones, after receiving a letter from him. Uniquely, this letter was actually packaged with the game and addressed (more...)
Nintendo, 1985 - Soccer - Licensed
NES Soccer is a video game developed and published by the Intelligent Systems team of Nintendo as part of its Sports Series for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The objective is to kick the ball into the opponent's goal. The game features cheerleade (more...)
Mechanized Attack
SNK, 1990 - Light Gun - Licensed
Mechanized Attack is an adaptation of an arcade shooting game where the player uses a machine gun to stage an assault on a tropical island that's home to a cyborg army. In this NES port, the player can use either a gamepad or the NES Light Zapper to c (more...)
Super Cars
Electro Brain, 1991 - Racing - Licensed
Super Cars is a top-view racing game, stylistically influenced by Super Sprint, from Gremlin Interactive, who later produced the Lotus series of games. There are 9 tracks at each of the 4 difficulty levels, which can be raced in any order (although the la (more...)
Ascii, 1991 - Shooter - Licensed
You assume the role of commander Gun-Nac. You fight a host of enemies from your space ship, in which you battle your way through 8 separate levels. The ship can be upgraded to a larger ship by acquiring a "wing" for your plane, which allows the (more...)
HAL, 1988 - Arcade - Licensed
The player takes the role of a knight with a lance, mounted on an ostrich, battling waves of computer-controlled enemy knights. The enemy knights have three different speed and agility levels and are mounted on large, vulture-like creatures of their own. (more...)
Namco, 1984 - Arcade - Licensed
The original arcade version of Galaxian has been ported to many different systems. Although it was one of the very first games released in Japan for the Famicom in 1984, somehow it never saw a release on the NES for any other region. Galaxian expanded on (more...)
Ninja Gaiden
Tecmo, 1989 - Action - Licensed
Ryu Hayabusa of the Dragon Ninja Clan finds a letter from his father, Ken Hayabusa, explaining that he was leaving for a duel with some unknown warrior. The letter claimed that, should he not return, Ryu was to take the Dragon Sword, a mystical weapon and (more...)
Capcom, 1986 - Shooter - Licensed
You are the daring Super Ace, engaged in realistic, thrilling, and challenging high flying battles against the enemy. The only unfortunate thing is that the background music might cause you to suspect that your console is malfunctioning, or that you have (more...)
Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition
Gametek, 1990 - Game Show - Licensed
The NES version was designed by Rare, and three editions were made: The original in 1988, a Junior Edition in 1989, and a Family Edition in 1990. Oddly, the Family Edition does not feature the famous Wheel of Fortune theme. This does not support the NES F (more...)
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