Capcom Games

While Capcom hasn't enjoyed the profile of other major Nintendo producers like Konami, they have nonetheless been able to crank out one hit game after the other.

The California Raisins - A graphically exciting game based on the California Raisin claymation characters. The game will be geared for younger children and all-around family play.

More Disney Games - Following on the heels of the action-oriented Mickey Mousecapade, Capcom has announced that they will continue to release games based on the Disney characters. Defmites so far include "Duck Tales", based on Disney's number one animated show, and "Adventures in Disneyland". Other possibilities are the Japanese import, Donald Duck. These games will also be targeted at the younger market, girls, and family play.

Mega Man II - A follow-up to the sleeper hit of '88! Considered by many to be one of the best games ever for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Mega Man II will continue the story that its predecessor started. Improved graphics and more challenges make Mega Man II a game to watch for.

Strider - Loosely based on the new coin-op, Strider puts you deep within the heart of the Soviet Union. KGB agents, soldiers, and other obstacles stand in your way as you set out to infiltrate the Red Army and steal the enemy's secret plans.

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Sega Genesis NES
Aladdin is one of the finest platformers ever. It combines pick-up-and-play gameplay with one of the smoothest game engines out there, as well as some of the most detailed graphics ever.

Snow Bros.

You must eliminate all the enemies on each level of the game by rolling the enemies into snowballs and smashing them against the walls.
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Sega Genesis NES

Cadillacs And Dinosaurs

Welcome to the Xenozoic Age, a world 600 years in the future, where dinosaurs of the past co-exist with men and women of the future in a desperate struggle for survival.

Marvel vs Capcom 2

I'm a big fan of the cross over games, and I'm an even bigger fan of the original Marvel Vs. Capcom, so seeing this one show up was mighty cool.

Marvel vs Capcom

Capcom is wasting no time at all making it clear that they're very much behind Sega's Dreamcast.

Final Fight

It's a fighting action game produced by Capcom originally released in 1989 as a coin-operated arcade game.

Captain Commando

The game is set in a futuristic version of Metro City, the setting of Final Fight, and features several loose ties with the characters and settings from that game.

X-Men vs Street Fighter

X-Men vs. Street Fighter is expected to grab home players' attention as much as its premiere form did this past year in the arcade.

Street Fighter 2 Special Champion Edition

From the corners of the globe come twelve of the toughest fighters to ever prowl the streets. Choose your champion and step into the arena as one of the eight original challengers or as one of the four Grand Masters! Pound your opponent as Balrog a..
Sega Genesis

Pocket Fighter

You play Pocket Fighter with only three buttons: punch, kick and special, making this a relatively simple game to learn.

Final Fight 3

It is the second sequel to Final Fight released for the SNES, following Final Fight 2, and like its predecessor, it was produced by Capcom's consumer division with no preceding arcade version released.

Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter

The next edition in Capcom's popular Vs. series is almost here. Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter


Pandemonium is a chaotic action side-scroller that combines the high speed of Sonic with the adventure of Mario.

Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting

Basically you get a bunch of fighters together (12 in this case) and get them to punch, kick, bite and thump the bejesus out of each other then you're close.