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MagMax

MagMax

1986  Shooter - Arcade
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MagMax - Wikipedia MagMax (マグマックス, Magumakkusu?) is an arcade game which was developed by Nihon Bussan, and published by FCI. The game was released in Japan on March 18, 1986, and in the United States in October, 1988. A horizontal scrolli ...   more on Wikipedia

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Chaos Field

Chaos Field

2004  Shooter - GameCube Sega Dreamcast Sony PlayStation 2
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Chaos Field - Wikipedia Chaos Field (カオスフィールド, Kaosufiirudo?) is a 2004 arcade shoot 'em up developed by MileStone. It was ported to Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, and Nintendo GameCube; the PlayStation 2 version is known as Chaos Field Ne ...   more on Wikipedia
Wild Guns

Wild Guns

1994  Shooter - Super NES - Co-operative multiplayer  
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Wild Guns - Wikipedia Wild Guns (ワイルドガンズ?) is a fixed-view western shooting gallery game developed by Natsume for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1994 in Japan and in 1995 in North America. The PAL version was released in 1996 ...   more on Wikipedia
R-Type Final

R-Type Final

2003  Shooter - Sony PlayStation 2 - Single player  
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R-Type Final - Wikipedia R-Type Final (アールタイプファイナル, Āru Taipu Fainaru?) is a horizontally scrolling shooter video game by Irem for the PlayStation 2 video game console originally planned as the last game in the series ...   more on Wikipedia