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Power Instinct

The Power Instinct series is renowned for its more humorous take on fighting games, its music and its often-weird characters.
Sega Genesis SNES

Wacky Races

The game is based on the Hanna-Barbera cartoon Wacky Races, starring Muttley and Dick Dastardly.
Sega Genesis NES

GP-1

It is a racing game, released in 1994. The gameplay and graphics are similar to Super Mario Kart, but instead of driving karts, the player drives a motorcycle.
SNES

Bonk's Adventure

Bonk’s Adventure from Hudson Soft returns you to the Stone Age as Pithecanthropus Computerus (that's Bonk) where you learn to use your head, literally, all over again.
NES

Ogre Battle

The game serves as a side story (or gaiden) to Ogre Battle: March of the Black Queen, taking place at the same time and following the quest of Prince Tristan—who also appears in the aforementioned title—from its beginning.
SNES

Super Widget

Super Widget was a video game for the SNES made in 1993 by Atlus. It was based on the cartoon Widget the World Watcher. It is a sequel to Widget for the NES.
SNES

Xexyz

In the far distant future, the planet Earth has been devastated by nuclear war. Only five islands, the nation of Xexyz, remain.
NES

Legendary Axe 2

The 'Sting' of cold steel returns once again!

Persona 2: Eternal Punishment

The original Persona was a sleeper hit, lauded for its twisted, nonstandard story and battle system.

Persona 2: Tsumi

Atlus recently released the first screens and info on their upcoming sequel to their hit RPG Revelations: Persona, called Persona 2: Tsumi (Tsumi means "Sin").

GP-1: Part II

It is a racing game, released in 1994. The gameplay and graphics are similar to Super Mario Kart, but instead of driving karts, the player drives a motorcycle.
SNES

Golf Grand Slam

Golf Grand Slam is an excellent golf game, if you don't mind always playing the same course.
NES

Widget

Your teachers might used to tell about widgets, those multi-purpose things that could turn into just anything one feels like.
NES

Bonk's Revenge

The big butt-head is back, and he isn't taking any crap. Bonk makes a gallant return to everybody's favorite Game Boy.

Tactics Ogre Battle

Like Ogre Battle before it, Tactics Ogre is making the jump from 16- to 32-Bit.

Primal Image

Perverts, social misfits and prison inmates rejoice! Atlus' virtual model photo shoot game is out in Japan and it's everything you could ever want.