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|AubirdForce||Bandai||1996||There's a notable amount of English in the game, despite being a Japan release.||PS||labelimageminimize|
|Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Fuwa Fuwa Panic 2||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|Captain Tsubasa J: Get in the Tomorrow||Bandai||1996||PS||labelimageminimize|
|Crayon Shin-chan - Ora no Gokigen Collection||Bandai||1996||GB||labelimageminimize|
|Crayon Shin-chan 5||Bandai||1996||GB||labelimageminimize|
|Crayon Shin-chan: Nagagutsu Dobon!!||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension||Bandai||1996||The last DBZ game for SNES, and the better one. It's like a compilation of all the goodies of Super Butoden in only one title. It was a very innovative game, with an awesome battle system, a lot of characters, etc..***The graphics in this Dragon Ball Z game are more detailed than previous DBZ games for Super Famicom, but that is really the only main attraction for this game. The characters have very few frames of animation and that was a disappointment for me. |
If you've played Street Fighter 2 on SNES, you'll see how this game's fighting engine is very weak in comparison and more tedious.
Overall, this game is not as much fun to play as the 2nd DBZ fighting game for the Super Famicom (I've played all the DBZ fighters), but the music is better and the graphics more detailed.
The gameplay is just not what it could have been and you won't be wanting to play this game often.
Only buy this if you're a serious DBZ collector or fan; or if you can find it cheap. I love the DBZ series, but you're not missing anything if you haven't played this game.
[Z-Assassin]***Incomplete unofficial English translation available:
Portugese and Spanish translations also available somewhere.
|Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu||Bandai||1996||PS||labelimageminimize|
|Dragon Ball Z: The Legend||Bandai||1996||Known by some fans as [i]Dragon Ball Z: Legends[/i] which is likely fan translation circulating in U.S. as the game was apparently only released in Japan and Europe (although I fail to understand why they'd translate a game which was already translated).||Saturn||labelimageminimize|
|Gegege no Kitarō||Bandai||1996||GB||labelimageminimize|
|Gegege no Kitarō: Gentoukaikitan||Bandai||1996||Saturn||labelimageminimize|
|Gegege no Kitarou - Youkai Donjara||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|Gekisou Sentai Car Rangers||Bandai;TV Asashi;Toei (Natsume)||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|Gundam 0079: The War for Earth||Bandai (Presto Studios)||1996||Mac OS Classic||labelminimizeminimize|
|Gundam Tactics Mobility Fleet 0079||Bandai||1996||A tactical-class sci-fi space war simulation game based on early story of Mobilesuit Gundam, released along with PIPPIN's debut in 1996.||Pippin||labelimagesubject|
|Kidou Senshi Gundam Gaiden I: Senritsu no Blue||Bandai||1996||Saturn||labelminimizeminimize|
|Kidou Senshi Gundam Gaiden II: Ao wo Uketsugu Mono||Bandai||1996||Saturn||labelminimizeminimize|
|Kidou Senshi Z Gundam: Away to the New Type||Bandai;Sotsu Agency;Sunrise||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|Kuusou Kagaku Sekai Gulliver Boy||Bandai||1996||Unofficial English translation available:
|Meitantei Conan: Chika Yuuenchi Satsujin Jiken||Bandai||1996||GB||labelimageminimize|
|Mobile Suit Gundam - Version 2.0||Bandai||1996||PS||labelimageminimize|
|Mr. Potato Head Saves Veggie Valley||Bandai (Duck Soup Productions;Turning Point Software)||1996||Pippin||minimizeminimizeminimize|
|Nazo-Oh||Bandai (Bandai Visual)||1996||PS||minimizeimageminimize|
|Pandemonium!||Crystal Dynamics;Bandai (Crystal Dynamics;Toys for Bob)||1996||From the European game box:
Joint two kindred spirits, Fargus the Jester and Nikki the acrobat, in a fantastic 3D world of magic and mystery as they bounce, tumble and jump through 18 massive and diverse levelsin search of the wishing machine!
|PD Ultraman Link||Bandai||1996||Saturn||labelimageminimize|
|Playskool Puzzles||Bandai (ImageBuilder Software;Playskool)||1996||Pippin||minimizeimageminimize|
|Poi Poi Ninja World||Bandai||1996||SNES||minimizeimageminimize|
|Power Rangers Zeo Full Tilt Battle Pinball||Bandai (KAZe)||1996||The alien-fighting kids of the long-running TV series are at it again....pinball style. This game boldly travels to 15 locations around the globe...including New York, Africa, and Japan...as the Rangers try to defeat the invading aliens and restore peace to Earth. Between each level of play, you'll see an awesome animated sequence that advances the storyline to its next phase. Based on what you see in the clips, you'll have to accomplish certain missions in order to advance to the next stage. The game is the perfect combination of action and pinball.***|
|Power Rangers Zeo Versus The Machine Empire||Bandai||1996||Win3.1||labelminimizeminimize|
|Power Rangers Zeo Versus The Machine Empire||Bandai||1996||Windows||labelminimizeminimize|
|Return to Zork||Activision;Bandai||1996||PS||labelminimizeminimize|
|SD Gundam Generation A: Ichinen Sensouki||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|SD Gundam Generation B: Grisp Senki||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|SD Gundam Generation C: Axis Senki||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|SD Gundam Generation D: Babylonia Kenkoku Senki||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|SD Gundam Generation E: Zansukaaru Senki||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|SD Gundam Generation F: Colony Kaku Senki||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|SD Gundam: Over Galaxian||Bandai||1996||PS||labelimageminimize|
|SD Gundam: Power Formation Puzzle||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|SD Ultra Battle: Seven Densetsu||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|SD Ultra Battle: Ultraman Densetsu||Bandai||1996||SNES||labelimageminimize|
|Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: Endless Duel||Bandai||1996||A battle of the pretty boys. 9 of the Gundam Wing mobile suits face off to fight for...well something or other. There's some execellent animation on the gundam mecha, and especially on the overly flashy extreme moves.
The Two Mix intro is almost recognisable on the SNES. The game's a lot of fun to play, though the there's not much long term lastabilty hiding within the cart.***Game description from [[link:http://agtp.romhack.net/ Aeon Genesis]]:
The very first project I ever attempted, Gundam Wing is an extremely well-done fighting game for the SNES. Featuring ten mobile suits from the Gundam Wing anime, you pick one and basically play Street Fighter Alpha with it. The graphics are good, the fighters are big, the moves are simple to pull off, and the final boss is cheap as hell.
Unofficial English translation available:
|Shin SD Sengokuden Kidou Musha Taisen||Bandai (Lay-Up)||1996||PS||minimizeimageminimize|
|Super Marathon||Bandai (Bungie Software)||1996||Gun it. For all you're worth!
It takes cunning as well as firepower to face legions of vicious aliens in two heart-stopping action epics for twice the thrills - and value! From the first round of ammo to the last, it's your choice: Space Hero. Or Space Dust!
* [b]Blaze[/b] into lightning-quick action in more than 80 combined levels of 3-D texture-mapped thrills!
* [b]Blast[/b] your way to glory with an awesome arsenal of everything from 45 magnums and shotguns, to high-tech eradicators including rocket launchers, flamethrowers and more!
* [b]Blow[/b] your mind with dynamic stereo sound, interactive lighting effects and in-your-face carnage!
|Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends||Bandai (Software Creations)||1996||Pippin||labelimageminimize|