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Sega Genesis

Mega Man - The Wily Wars

Mega Man - The Wily Wars Game
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  • Mega Turrican
    Mega Turrican Welcome sweet Super Contra. The Mega Turrican is hardly any different. The same running, and shooting but the...
  • Rocket Knight Adventures
    Rocket Knight Adventures He's courageous! He's clever! He's one good lookin' opossum. It's Sparkster the Rocket Knight, the heroic jet pack...
It's a video game compilation from Capcom containing remakes of the first three games in the Mega Man series.
Sega Genesis Sega Master System

Mercs

Mercs Game
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  • Commando
    Commando The player takes control of a soldier named Super Joe, who starts by being dropped off in a jungle by a helicopter,...
  • Ikari Warriors
Mercs is one of those games that's instantly fun to play, with bullets and bodies flying all over the place, and there are hordes of enemies to mow down.

Megaman X Command Mission

It's surprising to see such a venerable series as Megaman take a step into the RPG genre. It's even more surprising to see them do a decent job at it, with relatively few drawbacks.

Breath of Fire 2

Go through another journey with Ryu and his followers as they set out to destroy the evil priest Evan who is looking for world domination.
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SNES

Duck Tales

Uncle Scrooge and all your other beaked buddies from Duckburg are ready to go treasure hunting!
NES

Capcom Generations Street Fighter 2 Collection

Their latest 32-Bit project, Super Street Fighter 2 Collection, is a paradox.

Street Fighter Collection

Let's just ignore the fact that Super Street Fighter was the weakest version of SF2 and take each game one by one.

Mickey Mousecapade

A friend of Mickey's has got into trouble, and now Mickey and Minnie Mouse have set on a rescue mission.
NES

Capcom 1942

This game is a famous 1942 air shooter by Capcom
NES

Tale Spin

Baloo, Kit, and the whole crew are here and they're ready for adventure! Pilot the Mini-Sea Duck, delivering important items to the good people of the Cape.
Sega Genesis NES

Resident Evil: Gaiden

The next chapter in the Resident Evil series comes to your Game Boy Color.

Capcom Vs. SNK Pro

I've always loved fighting games. They were a chance to square off against your friend in a one on one competition to see who really is the strongest fighter.

Mega Man Legends

Mega Man Legends (known as RockMan Dash in Japan and formerly known as Mega Man Neo and Mega Man Nova here in the U.S.)

Mega Man 8

In Mega Man 8, Dr. Wily is once again planning to take over the Earth with a new army of evil robots.

Maximo: Ghosts to Glory

Back in the 16-bit days of video gaming, 2D side-scrolling-action-adventure games dominated the console software scene more than any other genre.

Breath of Fire

Released in 1993 in Japan by Capcom, this single player game makes use of a new type of role-playing style.
SNES

Eye of the Beholder

Eye of the Beholder is a role-playing game for computers and video game consoles developed by Westwood Studios and published by Strategic Simulations.
SNES

Capcom vs. SNK

It's about time someone combined the flagship fighters from the two greatest fighting game makers the genre has ever seen.

The Magical Quest: Starring Mickey Mouse

The game features Mickey Mouse traveling in a strange land ruled by the evil emperor Pete, searching for his dog Pluto.
SNES

Marvel Vs. Street Fighter

I'm a pretty big fan of Capcom's Vs. series, despite the fact that it centers mostly on flashy graphics and exaggerated

Onimusha Warlords

Capcom's first effort on PS2 isn't a Street Fighter or Resident Evil title.

1943: The Battle of Midway

This game is a sequel of a 1942 air shooter.
NES

Marvel Super Heroes: War of the Gems

Marvel Super Heroes - War of the Gems is the title of a side-scrolling video game based on the events of Marvel Comics' series, Infinity Gauntlet.
SNES

Viewtiful Joe

It's still a whole lot of fun to play ' only now you can enjoy it on the PS2\.

Mega Man Anniversary Collection

I have this love/hate relationship with Mega Man, and I think it's a relationship most old-school gamers have with the classic franchise.

Adventures in the Magic Kingdom

You are the one who is aimed to save Disney Parade: Goofy lost golden key inside the Disney Castle and Mickey Mouse asks you to find gold keys and open main gate.
NES

X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse

The X-Men must rescue mutants from captivity in the Genosha island complex.
SNES

Power Stone

It may take some time (or a bit of hypnosis), but if you can convince yourself that Capcom can create a non-hardcore fighting game, then you'll probably have fun with Power Stone.

Rockman Megaworld

It is a video game compilation from Capcom containing remakes of the first three games in the Mega Man series.
Sega Genesis

Way of the Samurai 2

What the heck was Capcom thinking? I'm guessing it must have been something along the lines of: 'Lets save a buck or two and get the janitor to do the voice acting.'

Saturday Night Slam Masters

It's a pro wrestling arcade game released for the CPS hardware by Capcom. The game features character designs by manga artist Tetsuo Hara.
Sega Genesis SNES

Yo! Noid

The infamous pizza-saboteur is about to become the Big Apple's newest hero.
NES

Mega Man 64

Mega Man blasts his way onto the Nintendo® 64 System for the first time ever! This epic adventure combines the best of classic Mega Man action with enormous bosses, a riveting storyline and all the depth of the hottest RPG. Explore vast 3-D worlds ..
Nintendo 64

Fox Hunt

Of all the companies that have produced FMV games, Capcom is probably the last name you could possibly think of, but Capcom is responsible for Fox Hunt.

Pandemonium 2

Pandemonium 2 takes place in the same world as the first game, but it's not entirely obvious at first glance.

Street Fighter Alpha Anthology

Like anyone with a healthy sense of nostalgia, I look back on yesterday and wish that the games made by modern publishers could live up to the hopes, dreams, and ambitions of days gone by.

Darkwing Duck

It's a dirty, thankless job, but some duck's gotta do it.
NES

Snk Vs. Capcom

SNK is the chocolate and Capcom the peanut butter as they join forces for this Naomi arcade and DC uber-super-mega-fighter (we hope, anyway) due Sept.

U.N. Squadron

The game is a typical side scrolling shooter, going against the trend of other Capcom shooters, such as 1942, and 1943: The Battle of Midway, which are vertically scrolling shooters.
SNES

Demon's Crest

Published and released by Capcom in 1994, this adventure game is part of the Gargoyle’s Quest sub-series of the Ghosts ‘n Goblins franchise.
SNES

Duck Tales 2

Scrooge's quest for mo' money, mo' money, mo' money begins when his nosy nephews unearth a fragment of a treasure map that leads to the fabled Lost Treasure of McDuck.
NES

Strider

Converted from the classic arcade game, Strider lets you run, jump, perform acrobatics and climb walls and overhangs. You wield a plasma sword, called a Cypher, through 5 levels fighting robots and guards, with mid- and end-level bosses.
Sega Genesis NES

Bonkers

Bonkers is an arcade-action game, based on the Disney TV series of the same name.
Sega Genesis SNES

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection

I love Street Fighter, always have, even back when the occasional fireball was more a freak product of luck that elicited looks of shock than a planned attack. But I'm not that big a fan of the Street Fighter Anniversary Collection.

Final Fight Guy

Another fighting game from Final Fight series.
SNES

Dungeons And Dragons Tower of Doom

Once again, Dungeons and Dragons transcends the limits of dice and paper in this latest of many game conversions.

Super Street Fighter 2 Collection

This sequel to SF2 Turbo: Hyper Fighting (arcade) made one of the biggest changes to the series.

Power Stone 2

The original Power Stone was essentially an amalgamation of two genres--fighting and platformer.

Plasma Sword

Star Gladiator, the prequel to Plasma Sword, surprised a lot of folks with its oddball cast and sharp

Onimusha Blade Warriors

This 3D side view action/fighter game is a multiplayer mass melee game that focuses on the fighting elements of the Onimusha world.

Strider 2

In Strider 2, the player takes control of modern-day ninja named Strider Hiryu who wields a deadly plasma-ejecting cypher named the Falchion, completing missions assigned to him.
Sega Genesis Sega Master System

Maximo Vs. Army of Zin

The game plays much like , although the game does pack a lot more whollop in the same basic moves and weapons.

Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter

It's nice to see the occasional role-playing game that isn't formulaic, something that shows the developer took some time to create a plot worth living in a game worth playing.