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X-Men, The Uncanny
United States
Published by: LJN, 1989 | Developed by: LJN
Genre: Action | Licensed
The object is to use several X-Men characters, each with special powers, to complete a series of missions. The powers of each character come in handy on particular missions. For instance, Cyclops' eye-beam is useful on the factory level. The game allo (more...)
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Xenophobe
United States
Published by: Sunsoft, 1988 | Developed by:
Genre: Adventure | Licensed
Every level may contain more than one floor, and players will have to use an elevator to move between floors to defeat all of the aliens. Players may also pick up more powerful weapons and other items to help in their eradication of the aliens. (more...)
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Xevious
United States
Published by: Bandai, 1988 | Developed by: Namco
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
Xevious was one of the earliest vertical scrolling shooters, and greatly influenced games in this genre. The graphics were revolutionary for their time, and characters were rendered with remarkable clarity and effect through careful use of shades of gray (more...)
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XEXYZ
United States
Published by: Hudson Soft, 1990 | Developed by: Atlus
Genre: Adventure | Licensed
The game centers around the main character of Apollo (no relation to the sun god) who progresses through the game in an alternating format that switches between platform, side-scrolling action (similar to the Super Mario Bros. series) and side-scrolling s (more...)
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