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Shooting Range
United States
Published by: Bandai, 1989 | Developed by: TOSE
Genre: Light Gun | Licensed
Shooting Range is a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System made by Bandai in 1989. It involves mini-games resembling the Old West. (With the exception being the moon level.) The objective is simple: shoot the red and white targets on the charact (more...)
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Stadium Events
United States
Published by: Bandai, 1987 | Developed by: Bandai
Genre: Power Pad | Licensed
Prior to being released by Nintendo as the Power Pad, Bandai test marketed their version of the peripheral in the North Central United States. Their version, known as 'Family Fun Fitness' was released alongside the one game compatible with the dev (more...)
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Street Cop
United States
Published by: Bandai, 1989 | Developed by: Sonata
Genre: Power Pad | Licensed
Street Cop is a Nintendo game, using the Power Pad, in which the character uses his billy club to apprehend criminals. The player has to step on the buttons corresponding to each of the cop's actions, such as moving, jumping and clubbing. Released in (more...)
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Toxic Crusaders
United States
Published by: Bandai, 1992 | Developed by: TOSE
Genre: Action | Licensed
As Toxie, your first order of business is to defend the city of Tromaville from the nefarious Dr. Killemoff and the Radiation Rangers., While running some experiments at the Island City Chemical Plant, Melvin Junko accidentally falls into a vat of Grossol (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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