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Sinclair ZX Spectrum
Release Date: Unknown   |   Genre:
Sony Playstation 3
Release Date: May 11, 2010   |   Genre: Action, Adventure, Role-Playing
The gameplay strongly resembles that of 8-bit action-adventure games from the 1980s, particularly that of The Legend of Zelda. Players move characters from screen to screen exploring dungeons, battling enemies, collecting items and solving puzzles reminiscent of the past. When the player's health bar is full, the player's sword will grow to tremendous sizes whenever swung. Swords in game can be customized and leveled up to increase its length, width, as well as magical power, other special items that can also be used include boomerangs, lanterns, candles, and bows.
Sega Saturn
Release Date: January 1, 1996   |   Genre: Puzzle
There is no actual narrative to the game. The only introduction is a movie. It shows a completely flat (2D) lemming popping out of a computer's floppy drive, and finding a "3D" button to press, which makes him 3-dimensional. After that, the PC blows up and the (now 3D) lemmings inside it escape. Other movies play after completing each set of 20 levels, but are not connected by a storyline.
Nintendo Virtual Boy
Release Date: March 22, 1996   |   Genre: Puzzle
The mesmerizing force of Tetris returns with virtual style! This thrilling animated puzzler takes dexterity and split-second timing to the extreme with dimensional blocks and challenging planes. 3-D Tetris propels players at a demanding pace where quick response and strategy rule. Tetris devotees of all levels will crave this latest sensation of brain-teasing fun!
Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
Release Date: September 12, 1987   |   Genre: Adventure
Somewhere in a place known as Solar System #517, the evil Grax and his horde of Serpentbeasts are terrorizing the people of the eight worlds. A hero is needed who can run and jump. Jump between worlds, in fact. That hero is the WorldRunner. 3-D WorldRunner is a 3rd person game, behind the player, moving "forwards" towards the screen and away from you. Your only skill is the ability to jump. Jump over holes, enemies and on top of columns. Bonus items are found in the air, on top of columns and laying on the ground. Additionally the game is viewable in 3-D with a pair of 3-D glasses (included in the original box).
Philips CD-i
Release Date: January 1, 1992   |   Genre: Strategy
Would you like to protect your boss who is having an affair? If you got an anniversary gift you didn't like, what would you do? If you found $1 million, would you keep it? You know how you would answer--but what about your friends? Do you think you know? You'll be quizzed on love, family, career, money and potpourri. Sometimes you're right, and sometimes you're not! The answers will surprise you. It's 3rd Degree--the first CD-i game show. You are the contestant in the hot seat in this interactive game. Meet hilarious hosts and a very astute judge. Choose from an assortment of colorful characters and challenge your friends to three rounds of provocative dilemmas! In 3rd Degree it all adds up to lots of laughs, and the kind of lively conflict everyone loves.
Super Nintendo (SNES)
Release Date: July 28, 1992   |   Genre: Role-Playing
The same name comic of Yuzo Takada's original work is made into a game. The story adds original episodes which are mainly composed from the 12th story "Fushi Doudou (Yearning for the Undead)" to the 33rd story "Shin Seima Densetsu (Legend of the True Seima)" of the comic. The contents where Yakumo Fujii and Pai collect the 5 sage keys which are scattered all over the world.
Sony Playstation
Release Date: April 21, 1999   |   Genre: Sports
This extreme racing game comes with four different game modes. The modes are Season, Exhibition, Time Trial, and Freestyle. The main mode is the Season mode, which lets the player race through three circuits of a number of races each. The first circuit has six races, the second eight races, and the third has ten races. In these races the player is competing against five other racers in order to get in the top three positions for season standing points. The higher the position in the race, the more points the player will have to spend on better equipment. Also during the races the player can go through gates and perform various tricks (over 270 are doable in the game), which will also net the player some extra points to spend on better equipment. While racing, player are allowed to hit their opponents in order to get an advantage in the race.
PC
Release Date: September 3, 2008   |   Genre: Adventure
Das uralte Königreich ist in Schwierigkeiten! Die Magie der vier Elemente, welche das Königreich für Jahrhunderte in der Balance gehalten hat, wurde von bösen Mächten korrumpiert und die Altare erbringen keine Lebensenergie mehr.
TurboGrafx 16
Release Date: October 10, 1992   |   Genre: Adventure, Platform, Shooter
This compilation disc was packed in with the TurboDuo in North America, giving buyers easy access to Bonk's Adventure, Bonk's Revenge, Bomberman, and Gate of Thunder.Despite appearing to contain only three games, Bomberman can be accessed by pressing Up, Right, Down, Left, II at the game select menu.