Tecmo Games

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Ninja Gaiden

To succeed, Ryu must battle through six American cities, punching and kicking opponents who appear both in front and behind him.
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Sega Genesis

Dead or Alive 4

Truly an impressive looking title, this Xbox 360 exclusive fighting game is the ultimate roadster, a machine that everyone is dying to play with.

Dead or Alive 3

Hitomi, the Karate master, enters the tournament to prove to her father that she is the best.

Monster Rancher

Monster Rancher combines 2-D RPG-type menus and story windows with 3-D polygonal battle sequences and monster animations, thus creating a cool mixture of game genres.

Ninja Gaiden 2: The Dark Sword of Chaos

It's Tecmo's sequel to their smash arcade/action hit, Ninja Gaiden.
NES

Tecmo Cup Football

Unlike other soccer simulators, Tecmo Cup Football Game plays more like a role-playing game. The player runs around the field normally, but when he comes into contact with an opposing team member, a turn-based 'battle' is initiated.
Sega Genesis

Tecmo Super Bowl 3

It is an American football video game which was one of the first sports video games that used the names and attributes of real National Football League teams and players.
SNES

Ninja Gaiden Trilogy

3-in-1 game. To succeed, Ryu must battle through American cities, punching and kicking opponents who appear both in front and behind him.
SNES

Tecmo Super Bowl

Tecmo Super Bowl is a Football Sim game, developed and published by Tecmo, which was released in 1993.
Sega Genesis NES

Tecmo World Cup 92

Tecmo World Cup '92 is a Soccer Sim game, developed by Sims and published by Sega, which was cancelled before it was released.
Sega Genesis

Dead or Alive

If you know anything about Tecmo's Model 2 arcade game Dead or Alive.

Monster Rancher 3

As a new trainer in the Monster Rancher universe, you'll get introduced to characters such as Fleria, the assistant (who for some reason refers to you as her apprentice, thanks to an in-game plot point), and your rival, Gadamon.

Tecmo's Deception

Enter Tecmo's Deception: Invitation to Darkness, a game where you get to play the nasty villain who kills wonderful adventure seekers that enter your domain.

Tecmo Super NBA Basketball

Tecmo Super NBA Basketball features real teams (all 27 contemporary teams) and a roster of real players (over 320).
Sega Genesis SNES

Tecmo Bowl

Tecmo Bowl is a faithful adaptation of the monster four-man arcade hit of the same name.
NES

Tecmo Super Bowl 2

Tecmo Super Bowl II: Special Edition is a Football Sim game, developed and published by Tecmo, which was released in 1994.
Sega Genesis SNES

Tecmo Secret of the Stars

The battle system follows the traditional RPG battle system where the party trades blows with opponents in simple turn-based fashion, the player selecting all commands for the following round of combat and then watching the results, such as in the ..
SNES

Tecmo Super Bowl 2 SE

Tecmo Super Bowl II: Special Edition is a Football Sim game, developed and published by Tecmo, which was released in 1994.
Sega Genesis

Tecmo Super Hockey

Tecmo Super Hockey features the license from the NHLPA, having the top players of the game at the time.
Sega Genesis

Tecmo Super Bowl 3 Final Edition

Tecmo Super Bowl III: Final Edition is a Football Sim game, developed and published by Tecmo, which was released in 1995.
Sega Genesis

Tecmo Super Baseball

It features all 28 MLB teams that existed at the time. However, the only license the game has is the MLBPA license. This means that while the game does feature actual players, there are no team names or logos.
Sega Genesis SNES

Tecmo World Cup 93

Tecmo Cup Football Game is a Soccer Sim game, developed and published by Tecmo, which was released in Europe in 1992.
Sega Genesis Sega Master System

Bad News Baseball

Welcome to the way-out world of Bad News Baseball, a place where rabbits serve as umpires, homeruns escape the earth's atmosphere, and batters are knocked unconscious when they make an out.
NES

Monster Farm 2

Monster Farm 2, the sequel to Tecmo's monsterraising RPG (released as Monster Rancher in the U.S.), should be out in Japan by the time you read this.

Tecmo Stackers

Tecmo Stackers looks like a cross between Kirby's Avalanche and a Baku Baku style of title.