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17 games including Ogre Battle, Kirby Dream Land 3 and Smash Bros.
14 games including Majora's Mask and the first arcade releases.
Ghosts n' Goblins, Phantasy Star IV, Mega Man 3, Castlevania III and Devil Star.
Potpourri, Midnight Bowling, Earthworm Jim, Shining Force II, Street Fighter II, Mayhem in Monsterland, Space Harrier.
DoReMi Fantasy, Ys Book I/II, Spelunker, Chase HQ.
MaBoShi, Critter Roundup, Bio Miracle Bokutte Upa, Dig Dug.
Super Fantasy Zone, Summer Games 2, Cybernoid, Pac-Attack, King of the Monsters.
Fatal Fury 2, Ninja Combat, Last Ninja 2, Nebulus, Alex Kidd in Miracle World.
Metal Slug, Cho Aniki, Puyo Puyo 2, Break In.
Gradius II, Final Soldier, Columns 3.
Phan Star 3, Double Dragon, World Games, Last Ninja.
Two for the Commodore 64 and Cruis'n on N64.
Psychosis, Super Turrican and Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards.
Eternal Champions, Phantasy Star II, Street Gangs and Adventure Island.
Lords of Thunder, Lolo 2 and Super Street Fighter II.
PSone releases: Motorhead, Fade to Black, Theme Hospital.
PSone releases: Hardcore 4x4, Kula World, Populous, N20 and Destruction Derby.