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(2009 video game)
Sent in by the BSAA, Chris Redfield has a new mission. It takes him into South Africa where he encounters a new horror and relives an old past.
(1991 video game)
A horizontal side-scrolling beat-em-up. You fight your way through hordes of enemies, collecting weapons along the way.
Red Dead Revolver
(2004 video game)
Set in the 1880s, you as a bounty hunter must stop a gang of outlaws from the Wild West. You need to also find and kill the man who murdered your parents in order to avenge them. On your path you will be aided by those willing to help you.
|4||Snow Bros.: Nick & Tom (1990 video game)||"||5|
|5||Ninja Ryû Ken-den II: Ankoku no Jashin Ken (1990 video game)||7.7/10||48|
(1988 video game)
A side-scrolling beat-em-up based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft.
|7||Mad Dog McCree (1991 video game)||7.5/10||35|
Garô Densetsu: Shukumei no Tatakai
(1991 video game)
One or two players choose from either Terry Bogard, Andy Bogard, or Joe Higashi and fight eight opponents, including the crime boss, Geese Howard.
Ryûko no Ken
(1992 video game)
Ryô Sakazaki and Robert Garcia are both best friends and fierce rivals. When Ryô's sister, Yuri, is kidnapped, both men must take to the streets to track her down.
Chip 'n' Dale: Rescue Rangers
(1990 video game)
The evil Fat Cat is at it again. He tricked the Rescue Rangers into thinking their neighbor's kitten was kidnapped...
|11||Gun.Smoke (1985 video game)||6.9/10||21|
|12||Rastan Saga (1987 video game)||"||20|
|13||Crime Fighters 2 (1991 video game)||"||19|
|14||Popeye (1982 video game)||6.3/10||63|
|15||Western Express (1986 video game)|
|16||Razzmatazz (1983 video game)|
|17||Cheyenne (1984 video game)|
|18||Gauntlet (1985 video game)|
|19||N.Y. Captor (1985 video game)|
|20||Ninja JaJaMaru-kun (1985 video game)|
|21||Ninja Clowns (1991 video game)|
|22||Ninja Ryû Ken-den III: Yomi no Kata-sen (1991 video game)|
|23||Dragongun: Chô Jigen Ryû (1993 video game)|
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