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Sega Genesis

Comix Zone

Comix Zone Game
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Comix Zone is a side-scrolling fighting game with a difference, you're inside of a comic book and you yourself know it.

Perfect Weapon

Perfect Weapon allows you to explore five strange alien moons and interact with numerous alien races who hold the key you are searching for.

Dragonheart Fire And Steel

The movie's plot was also perfect for a video game. From Acclaim and Fun Com comes Dragonheart: Fire & Steel.

Blood Omen Legacy of Kain

Haven't gamers saved enough princesses? Ever since Link rescued Zelda.

Night Creatures

What do you do when a bat slashes your neck, you become a night creature!

Champions of Norrath

That's the direction Snowblind and Sony Online Entertainment is taking the lucrative franchise...

Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny

Video game sequels are a funny lot, while many succeed on expanding franchises and introducing new elements to already established worlds, characters, etc.

Spawn Armageddon

The game places you on the edge of Armageddon as Spawn tried to fight off the hordes of Hell, unleashed by a preemptive strike launched by wayward angels, and a super assassin created by Spawn's rival Jason Wynn.

Genji Dawn of the Samurai

If you've watched movies like Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and House of the Flying Daggers, then the style and story of the game should be familiar to you.

Evil Dead: A Fistful Of Boomstick

Ash is back, and this time, Dearborn, MI will never be the same.

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

Otogi: Myth of Demons

Strangely enough, you find yourself stuck between life and death.

Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage

Sword of the Berserk is a real mixed bag. This Final Fight-style game is fairly mindless and repetitive (as in, plow through level after level, destroying all who get in your way without strategy or skill).

Nano Breaker

Now, if the action in itself was compelling and fun, then this major flaw would be largely forgivable, but this just isn't the case with _Nano Breaker_.

Dark Vengeance

An endless eclipse of the sun has befallen Amagar and one of three characters must do their best to extract a Dark Vengeance on the evil creatures that have arisen from the sea.

Genma Onimusha

As the forces of good rise up to defend themselves against the evil Nobunaga Oda and his invading army, the master-less samurai Samanosuke answers the call for help from the forgotten Princess Yu

Spawn

Awesome side scrolling game, and no one can deny how brutal spawn is, but how do you use his hell powers?
SNES

Sword of Sodan

The game was known for being notoriously difficult with horrible controls on the Genesis. It was also very bloody and violent, despite the horrible graphics, especially since you could stab NPCs in their genitals.
Sega Genesis

Gauntlet 3

Gauntlet, the Third Encounter is the real name of this Atari Games licensed Lynx game.

Onimusha Warlords

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

Enclave

Enclave is an action adventure game set in the ever-popular 'Middle ages' era where monsters and magic co-exist.

Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance

All roads lead to Rome -- or do they? Some might believe in this vague philosophical statement, but for gamers, Rome is a pretty far away place with few roads leading to it.

Samurai Warriors

First, the combat system been expanded, adding a new flexibility with extra attacks provided by more powerful weapons, and extra attacks that can be split between both normal and charge moves.

Hunter: The Reckoning - Wayward

Hunter: The Reckoning ' Wayward represents the rarest of all types of video games. Rumor has it that the changes in Wayward were made in specific response to the feedback received about the first Hunter game for the Xbox.

Magic Sword

Magic Sword - Heroic Fantasy is a side-scrolling fantasy arcade game released by Capcom in 1990.
SNES

The Bard's Tale

Your team consists of six Dungeons & Dragons adventurers, a Warrior, a Rogue, a Hunter, a Sorcerer, a Wizard, and of course a Bard.
NES

Skeleton Warriors

In Skeleton Warriors, you play the part of a swordsman hero with magical powers.

Super Valis IV

It is a video game platformer and the final release of the Mugen Senshi Valis series in North America. Unlike its predecessors, it wasn't released on the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis in any form
SNES

Yang Warrior Family

Yang Jia Jiang: Yang Warrior Family is a Beat-'Em-Up game, developed and published by Unknown, which was released in Asia in 1990.
Sega Genesis

Crossed Swords 2

The sequel to the Neo-Geo original is made specifically for NGCD

Run Saber

Run Saber is an action game. The game features side-scrolling fighting as the two main heroes, Allen and Sheena, the Run Sabers, fight to save the planet.
SNES

Slashout

Pseudo-sequel to the Sega arcade game SpikeOut

Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening

The cut scenes drive this forward with outstanding story development and detail and keep you closely involved.

MediEvil Resurrection

As the long dead hero Sir Daniel Fortesque you are reanimated in a slightly bizarre turn of events.

Ninja Gaiden

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

Onimusha 3: Demon Siege

The games starts with you taking on the role of Samanosuke a samurai bent on defeating the evil warlord Nobunaga.

Dynasty Warriors 2

Koei has combined what they do best-military strategy--with the action and intensity of a fighting game for this sequel to Dynasty Warriors (Sangoku Musou).