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Psychic Force

Psychic Force

1995  Fighting - Sony PlayStation Sega Dreamcast - One-On-One; Up to 2 players simultaneously  
Psychic Force - Wikipedia Psychic Force (サイキックフォース, Saikikku Fōsu?) is a 1995 fighting arcade game created by Taito which was later ported to the PlayStation in 1996 and 1997. The PlayStation version was released by Acclaim in N ...   more on Wikipedia
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Dynamite Cop

Dynamite Cop

1998  Fighting - Sega Dreamcast - multiplayer  Single player  
Dynamite Cop - Wikipedia Dynamite Cop, known in Japan as Dynamite Deka 2 (ダイナマイト刑事2, Dainamaito Deka Tsu?), is a 1998 beat 'em up video game published by Sega and initially released in arcades on Sega Model 2 hardware. It is the sequel ...   more on Wikipedia
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Tech Romancer

Tech Romancer

1998  Fighting - Sega Dreamcast - Up to 2 players, simultaneous play  
Tech Romancer - Wikipedia Tech Romancer (Japanese: 超鋼戦紀キカイオー, Hepburn: Chōkō Senki Kikaiōh?, "Chronicle of Super Steel Warrior Kikaioh") is a 1998 3D fighting arcade game by Capcom that draws heavily from the various subge ...   more on Wikipedia
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Mortal Kombat Gold

Mortal Kombat Gold

1999  Fighting - Sega Dreamcast - multiplayer  Single player  
Mortal Kombat Gold - Wikipedia Mortal Kombat Gold is a 1999 fighting game in the Mortal Kombat series that was released exclusively on the Sega Dreamcast as a launch title. It is an updated version of 1997's Mortal Kombat 4 and was the first Mortal Kombat game to appear on a sixth ...   more on Wikipedia
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The Last Blade

The Last Blade

1997  Fighting - Sony PlayStation Sega Dreamcast Sony PlayStation 2 - Up to 2 players simultaneously  
The Last Blade - Wikipedia The Last Blade, released in Japan as Bakumatsu Rouman: Gekka no Kenshi (幕末浪漫 月華の剣士?), is a fighting game developed and released by SNK for the Neo Geo system in 1997. It was also ported to several home sys ...   more on Wikipedia
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