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Just Dance Wii U

Just Dance Wii U

2014  Music - Wii U - Single player  
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Just Dance Wii U - Wikipedia Just Dance Wii U (also known as Just Dance Wii 3) is the third game of the Japanese edition of the Just Dance video game series for the Wii U and is a music video game developed by Ubisoft. It was released on the Wii U on 3 April 2014. Like its prequ ...   more on Wikipedia
ToeJam & Earl

ToeJam & Earl

1991  Action - Nintendo Wii Sego MegaDrive - 2-player cooperative  
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ToeJam & Earl - Wikipedia ToeJam & Earl is an action video game developed by Johnson Voorsanger Productions and published by Sega for the Mega Drive/Genesis video game console. Released in 1991, it centers on the titular ToeJam and Earl—alien rappers who have crash-lande ...   more on Wikipedia
Theresia

Theresia

2008  Visual novel - Nintendo DS - First-person view  
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Theresia - Wikipedia Theresia (テレジア?), known in Japan as Theresia: Dear Emile, is a psychological horror visual novel adventure game developed by WorkJam and published by Aksys Games, released exclusively for the Nintendo DS. It is one of the few DS g ...   more on Wikipedia
Silpheed

Silpheed

1986  Shooter - Sega Mega-CD - Single player  
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Silpheed - Wikipedia Silpheed (シルフィード?) is a video game developed by Game Arts and designed by Takeshi Miyaji. It made its debut on the Japanese PC-8801 in 1986, and was ported to the Fujitsu FM-7 and MS-DOS formats soon after. It was later ...   more on Wikipedia