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NHL Stanley Cup

NHL Stanley Cup

1993  Super NES
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NHL Stanley Cup - Wikipedia NHL Stanley Cup (known as Super Hockey in Europe) is an ice hockey video game developed by Sculptured Software for the Super NES. Unlike most hockey video games of the time, the game features movement in a pseudo-3D environment using the SNES's Mode ...   more on Wikipedia

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Lord Monarch

Lord Monarch

1991  Strategy - Sego MegaDrive Super NES Sony PlayStation Microsoft Windows - (up to four players)  
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Lord Monarch - Wikipedia Lord Monarch (ロードモナーク?) is a real-time strategy war game by Nihon Falcom. The game is considered to be the seventh installment in the Dragon Slayer series. It was originally released in 1991 for the NEC PC-9801, por ...   more on Wikipedia
Xardion

Xardion

1992  ActionPlatform - Super NES
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Xardion - Wikipedia Xardion (超攻合神サーディオン, Chou Kou Gasshin Sādion?, lit. "Super Attack God Xardion") is an action platformer video game where the player controls robots with different skills in order to defeat the enem ...   more on Wikipedia
Top Gear 2

Top Gear 2

1993  Sports gameRacing - Sego MegaDrive Super NES Amiga
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Top Gear 2 - Wikipedia Top Gear 2 (known as Top Racer 2 in Japan) is the sequel to the 1992 game Top Gear, first released in September, 1993 for the Super NES, May 24, 1994 for the Sega Genesis and in 1994 for Amiga. It was developed by Gremlin Interactive and published by ...   more on Wikipedia