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Duke Nukem: Zero Hour

He's all that stands between us and a Time-Spanning Alien invasion. He's Duke Nukem. Gaming's Greatest Action Hero. And this is his finest hour! Zero Hour! Awesome new enemies! Hilarious gags and one-liners! Same blood and guts attitude! Over 30 gu..
Nintendo 64

NCAA Basketball

In the game, the player chooses a basketball team and then plays against either a computer or human player on a court. The goal is to score the most baskets within the given time through dribbling and passing.
SNES

Duke Nukem Total Meltdown

Total Meltdown, like the other Duke Nukem games on competing systems, has exclusive features.

Bedlam

The Biomeqhs are coming and it's the job of gamers to stop them. Bedlam has the feeling of Syndicate with its array of weapons, levels and destruction.

Critical Depth

Gamers were wowed with the first generation title Warhawk for the PlayStation.

Timelapse

Oh, and then there's the professor's journal. It notes, among other useful things, that he has been looking for Atlantis.

Tigershark

Now they have Tigershark where a madman is trying to take over the world by use of earthquakes.

Xs Moto

XS features 20 different playing arenas which range from industrial plants to underground caverns.

Bug Riders

If you are the type of gamer who feels that racing on the backs of giant bugs is something you need in a title.

Street Hockey '95

Street Hockey '95 is a roller hockey game for the Super NES that takes place in an urban environment. Instead of ice, the players play on cement and instead of ice skates, they use rollerblades.
SNES

Firo And Klawd

Firo & Klawd features over 15 levels of nonstop action and an Active Auto Detect.