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|1||Magic Sword (1990 video game)||7.2/10||12|
Hoshi o ou kodomo
A coming of age story involving young love and a mysterious music, coming from a crystal radio left as a memento by an absent father, that leads a young heroine deep into a hidden world.
(1986 video game)
The Warrior, Valkyrie, Elf, and Wizard enter a dungeon with several hundred levels. Monster generators churn out wave after wave of enemies...
|4||Jûôki (1988 video game)||6.6/10||98|
(2011 TV mini-series)
Raised on the streets of turn-of-the century London, orphaned Peter and his pals survive by their fearless wits as cunning young pickpockets...
Fantastic Man is about Fredo (Vic Sotto), a naive and gawky laboratory assistant to Professor Manalo (Michael V.)...
(1987 video game)
A circus performer uses his fire-eating abilities against the forces of evil.
An unspeakable evil has come into our dimension and wants to rule over Earth, and only a mysterious sorceror known as Doctor Mordrid can stop him.
Level Playing Field
One man. One woman. Both mystified beyond belief over their apparent inability to escape the woods they both find themselves in...
Vytor: The Starfire Champion
(1989 TV movie)
In a world where arcane magic and futuristic technology coexist, a brave tribal warrior with a mysterious ring and a brave female warrior from the futuristic city in the sky must battle an evil warlord who holds an orb of tremendous power.
|11||Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003)||5.3/10||75,220|
|12||Jonah Hex (2010)||4.6/10||35,469|
|13||The Jensen Project (2010 TV movie)||4.4/10||306|
|14||Dragonball Evolution (2009)||3.0/10||41,909|
|15||Marvel Land (1990 video game)|
|16||Majû no Ôkoku (1987 video game)|
|17||Psycho Soldier (1987 video game)|
|18||Wardner no Mori (1987 video game)|
|19||Meruhen Meizu (1988 video game)|
|20||Ninja-kun: Majô no Bôken (1984 video game)|
|21||Magician Lord (1990 video game)|
|22||Gauntlet (1985 video game)|
|23||Sengoku Denshô (1991 video game)|
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