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Persona 2: Tsumi
(1999 video game)
Sumaru City, Japan, the year 1999. The latest urban legend is that of the Joker. Supposedly, if a person calls their own cell phone...
The Sims 2
(2004 video game)
The sequel to one of the most successful PC games of all-time: The Sims (2000) (VG). In The Sims 2, players have a wide range of new options...
(2000 video game)
Fear Effect follows the adventure of three mercenaries:Hana,(an ex-prostitute) Glas, (the tough American) and Deke (the sadistic Aussie)...
(1987 video game)
20 years ago today, a meteor crashed into the Edison's front yard. Dr. Fred Edison is now controlled...
|5||Simon the Sorcerer II: The Lion, the Wizard, and the Wardrobe (1995 video game)||"||71|
(2005 video game)
A group of classmates try to find their missing friend in a high school with a dark sordid past.
Simon the Sorcerer
(1993 video game)
Simon, your average young boy, is abducted by a mysterious old book and transported to a fantastic world where he has magical powers.
The Amazing Spider-Man
(2012 video game)
NYC is infected! Even though the lizard/Dr. Curt Connors is in jail the game takes place after the events...
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
(2002 video game)
Buffy is helping Cordelia by joining the cheerleading squad; the power goes out and vampires attack the school...
|10||Simon the Sorcerer - Chaos ist das halbe Leben (2007 video game)||6.8/10||18|
|11||The Karate Kid (1987 video game)||6.5/10||47|
|12||A Nightmare on Elm Street (1989 video game)||"||129|
|13||The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008 video game)||"||120|
|14||Simon the Sorcerer 3D (2002 video game)||5.8/10||20|
|15||Friday the 13th (1989 video game)||5.7/10||143|
|16||X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse (2001 video game)||"||15|
|17||Batsugun (1993 video game)|
|18||Ninja Hayate (1984 video game)|
|19||Detentionaire, II (15-27) Web: Break Out (2011 video game)|
|20||Diet Go Go (1992 video game)|
|21||Recca no Honoo: Final Burning (2004 video game)|
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