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Baseball (Atari 2600)
One of the earliest and simplest baseball games on the Atari 2600. The game is super simplified into pitcher vs. batter. You only have to worry about hitting the ball, catching the ball, and tagging players/bases.
The graphics are simple, too....

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Commando (NES)
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Darkwing Duck (NES)
F.O.W.L (The Fiendish Organization for World Larceny) have organized the deadliest evil doers to help them in their evil scheme. S.H.U.S.H. (the secret crime-fighting organization that's so secret, nobody even knows what the letters stand for) calls...

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Donkey Kong Country (SNES)
Uh oh! The evil King K. Rool has stolen all the bananas from the Kong's Banana horde! It's up to DK and Diddy to get them back. Donkey Kong Country was the start of a long and illustrious series for Nintendo. This series grew to be one of the most...

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Donkey Kong Jr. (NES)
Mario(Jump Man) has captured Donkey Kong, leaving Donkey Kong Jr. without his daddy. It's time for some Donkey Kong vengeance! The re-release of Donkey Kong Jr. for the Nintendo offered better graphics, sound and controls, since everything was...

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Doomsday Warrior (SNES)
The end of the world is here, can you stop...

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Dragon Power (NES)
DRAGON BALL! Yes, this is a Dragon Ball game that was cleaned up for the western market. This game has you as Goku playing through the first part of the Dragon Ball...

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Duck Tales (NES)
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F-Zero (SNES)
In the latter half of the 20th century, Mankind was gripped by the fear of being invaded by extraterrestrials. They referred to extraterrestrial spacecraft as UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects). Now to those of us who live in this day and age,...

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Fast Eddie (Atari 2600)
Fast Eddie? Why not Fast Freddie?
Fast Eddie is a modest platformer from 20th Century Fox Video Games. You'll have to jump over enemy "sneakers", climb ladders, and jump for hearts. The control is very sharp and the game moves smoothly, you'll...

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Flying Dragon (NES)
Hiru-No-Ken is the ultimate Kung-Fu stance that gives the impression of a flying dragon. The Grand Master Juan was robbed of the secret scrolls of Hiru-No-Ken. He entrusted the remaining scroll to his worthy companion, Gengai of...

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Gradius (NES)
~~~~~~~~~~~~GRADIUS~~~~~~~~~~~~
It's a shoot-em-up, what'd you expect? You're either Gradius killing the aliens, or killing the Gradius or Gradii or you have to rescue Gradius. Make up your own plot, it's like EXTRA replay...

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Gumshoe (NES)
STEVENSON,

I'VE GOT YOU'RE DAUGHTER.
BRING THE 5 "BLACK PANTHER"
DIAMONDS TO ME WITHIN 24
HOURS OR ELSE! COME ALONE.

P.S. DON'T CALL ME...
I'LL CALL YOU
KING DOM
--story from the game...

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Kid Chameleon (Genesis)
A brand new, state of the art, Virtual Reality arcade game called Wild Side has been released and everyone is dying to play! But something is amiss, the boss of the game has escaped, and is now capturing the players by defeating them at the game!...

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Kirby's Adventure (NES)
I thought Kirby's Adventure was one of the better games for NES, and I loved it. The graphics were awesome, the sound was great, and the controls were easy and responsive. It was a pleasure playing Kirby's Adventure. I recommend you give it a...

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Kirby's Dream Land (Gameboy)
Kirby's Dream Land is a fun little platformer starring everyone's favorite little ball of fluff, Kirby. He would go on to have a great series of games, saving Dream Land again and again from the ravages of King Dedede. The graphics were great for...

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Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (Gameboy)
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening is the first Zelda game to grace the Game Boy (not the first handheld Zelda though, for there was the Game and Watch Zelda). Link's Awakening showed how big an adventure could be on the little Game Boy . Link's...

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Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX (GBC)
The Legend of Zelda: Links Awakening DX is a colorized re-release of the original Game Boy Zelda game. Changes include a photographer that takes printable pictures, a new dungeon, and two new colored...

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Little Nemo Dream Master (NES)
Year 1905, New york(The city that never sleeps) "The clock ticks and night has arrived in New York. Everyone's sleeping. Full moon is up. In a room, somewhere in the big city, a little boy is sleeping. His name is Nemo. Then a big balloon enters...

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Mario Paint (SNES)
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Mega Man X 3 (SNES)
Mega Man X, Zero, and the rest of the Maverick hunters still have more work to do thanks to Dr. Doppler's army of Maverick Robots. Can X and Zero finally destroy all the Mavericks and wipe the Sigma virus from the face of the...

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Pac-Man (NES)
This is one of Tengen's few licensed games, before they cracked Nintendo's protection and made games as they wished.
Pac-Man is a primal video game that is all about trade-offs. Every possible move has good and bad qualities. Eat pellets to...

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Pitfall (Atari 2600)
Pitfall Harry is out for treasure in the jungle. Swing from vines, jump rolling logs, and hop from crocodile head to crocodile head in the search of...

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Pokemon: Blue Version (Gameboy)
You are an 11-year old boy living in Pallet Town with your mother. Your rival lives next door to you. You and your rival used to play nicely together when you were little, but lately, he has become mean. He sees you as his rival because you...

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Shinobi 3 (Genesis)
Joe Musashi (code name Shinobi) of the Oboro School of Ninjutsu has long been in a struggle against the forces of evil. Years ago, the nemesis of the Oboro school, the Neo Zeed organization, was defeated by Shinobi, It's leaders killed or put in...

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Sonic 3 & Knuckles (Genesis)
After saving the day from Dr. Robotnik's Death Egg in Sonic 2, Sonic the Hedgehog goes for a vacation on the floating Angel Island. However, it looks like Sonic is not welcome, as Angel Island's guardian, Knuckles the Echidna, has taken Sonic's...

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Spider-Man / Venom: Separation Anxiety (Genesis)
Spiderman and Venom(Eddie Brock) have to team up against the children of the symbiote, before they can take over the world. Are you a bad enough dude to wear red...

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Star Trek 25th Anniversary (NES)
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Super R-Type (SNES)
MISSION STATUS The World Government intended that the fact-finding mission to Galaxy X1X be kept under wraps; yet information gathered from the mission had later leaked to the press and confirmed the public's most dreaded suspicions;...

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4: Turtles in Time (SNES)
The evil Shredder has stolen the Statue of Liberty! What is his evil plot this time? Sending the Turtles back in time, of course! The Turtles will have to battle through the past and future to find their way home! Turtles in Time made great...

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Top Gun (NES)
You are a pilot. Blow stuff...

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Top Gun 2: The Second Mission (NES)
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Trampoline Terror (Genesis)
Aliens are attacking your planet! It's up to you to destroy their trampoline ships and save the...

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Vice Project Doom (NES)
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Wario's Woods (SNES)
Wario has gone and corrupted the woods with monsters, and it is up to Toad to save the woods by completing Wario's sinister monster...

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Willow (NES)
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Zen Intergalactic Ninja (NES)
Early video games were endless streams of Aliens and Ninjas to kill, now they've been put...

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