*Super Mario Kart* (SNES)

What happens if a bunch of the most popular Nintendo characters race each other? Super Mario Kart! =D Let's see who will be the fastest and best, as we drive through some of our favorite Mario-verse places! Back To Selection

*Astérix & Obelix* (SNES)

Asterix and Obelix is a side-scrolling action game. The game takes place in different countries, including Britania, Helvetia, Grecia, Egyptia and Hispania. The aim is to guide Asterix or Obelix through each level until they reach the end. Both playable characters can jump, run or attack enemies, which are mostly

*Pokémon Red* (GBC)

The player controls the main character from an overhead perspective and navigates him throughout the fictional region of Kanto in a quest to master Pokémon battling. The goal of the games is to become the champion of the region by defeating the eight Gym Leaders, allowing access to the top four

*Panic In Nakayoshi World* (SNES)

This title is about monsters that are attacking the World of Nakayoshi. The monsters are eating up the citizens. The more they eat, the hungrier they get. Four (magical) girls must stop the monsters and defeat Daima to save the World of Nakayoshi. The game is an overhead Adventures of Lolo-style

*Super Bomberman* (SNES)

Far to the north of Bomberman's hometown, Peace Town, lies the modern metropolis Diamond City. There, the evil Carat Diamond and his cohort, scientist Dr. Mook, are holding a Robot Tournament with robots specially designed for their combat and offensive capabilities. Hoping to steal Bomberman's advanced combat capabilities, Diamond has

*Sailor Moon* (SNES)

The game is set in the first series of Sailor Moon, and the player takes control of one or two of the five heroines. Each Senshi has some sequences of blows, three aerial attacks (neutral, moving forward/backward, downward) and a special charge-up projectile. [Source: Wikipedia] The game roughly follows the story

*Ghostbusters* (Sega Genesis / Mega Drive)

Platforms: Sega Genesis / Mega Drive Genres: 'Run And Gun' Modes: Single Player Release Date: 1990 Developer: Compile, SEGA Enterprises Ltd. Publisher: SEGA America # Video Content # ~ 00:31 - Intro & Story Summary ~ 01:21 - Game Features (Controls, Shops, Visuals, Enemies) ~ 02:28 - Game Advices ("What