Final Fantasy IV
Final Fantasy IV (ファイナルファンタジーIV, Fainaru Fantajī Fō) is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) in 1991 as a part of the Final Fantasy series. The game wa...
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Final Fantasy Chronicles
Final Fantasy Chronicles is a compilation of Square's role-playing video games Final Fantasy IV and Chrono Trigger, released for the North American Sony PlayStation on June 29, 2001. TOSE ported both ...
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Hit the Ice
Hit the Ice is a hockey video game originally released by Williams to arcades in 1990. Featuring a cartoonish representation of the sport, Hit the Ice features games with three players on each team (f...
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Koichi Ishii
Koichi Ishii (石井 浩一, Ishii Kōichi, born July 9, 1964), sometimes credited as Kouichi Ishii, is a video game designer perhaps best known for creating the Mana series (known as Seiken Densetsu i...
Music of the Mana series
The Mana series, known in Japan as Seiken Densetsu (聖剣伝説, lit. "Holy Sword Legend"), is a role-playing video game series from Square Enix, created by Koichi Ishii. The series began as a handheld s...
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Dragon Wars
Dragon Wars is a fantasy role-playing video game developed by Rebecca Heineman and published by Interplay Entertainment in 1989, and distributed by Activision.
The player starts the game with a pa...
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Airborne Ranger
Airborne Ranger is a video game developed and released by MicroProse in 1987. The game is a relatively (for its era) realistic action game in which a sole U.S. Army Ranger is sent to infiltrate the e...
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Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas
Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas is a point-and-click adventure game, the sequel to Deja Vu: a Nightmare Comes True, set in the world of 1940s hard-boiled detective novels and movies.It was the last game...
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007: Licence to Kill
007: Licence to Kill is a 1989 video game based on the James Bond film of the same name, developed by Quixel and published by Domark in 1989. It was originally released for DOS and then ported to the ...
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Time Diver: Eon Man
Time Diver: Eon Man is a Nintendo Entertainment System video game developed by Atlus for Taito. Despite being completed in 1993, it was never commercially released. The game is completely finished, r...
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Final Fantasy IV: The After Years
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years is an episodic role-playing video game co-developed by Matrix Software and Square Enix, and the sequel to the 1991 title Final Fantasy IV. Originally released in Japa...
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Mother (video game)
Mother (Japanese: マザー) is a 1989 Japanese role-playing video game developed by Ape and published by Nintendo for the Famicom (Nintendo Entertainment System). The game is modeled on Dragon Ques...
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RoboCop Versus The Terminator
RoboCop Versus The Terminator is a video game released for a number of platforms and is based on the RoboCop and Terminator franchises. The Mega Drive/Genesis version, which was the original lead deve...
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Mana (series)
The Mana series, known in Japan as Seiken Densetsu (聖剣伝説, lit. "Legendary Sacred Sword"), is a medieval-fantasy action role-playing game series from Square Enix, created by Koichi Ishii. The serie...
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Black Tiger (video game)
Black Tiger, known in Japan as Black Dragon (Japanese: ブラックドラゴン, Hepburn: Burakku Doragon), is a 1987 platform game released for the arcades by Capcom.
A barbarian hero jumps and f...
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Chip's Challenge
Chip's Challenge is a top-down tile-based puzzle video game created in 1989 by Chuck Sommerville originally for the hand-held Atari Lynx. Chip's Challenge was then later ported to multiple formats inc...
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Vulgus
Vulgus (Japanese: バルガス) is a vertically scrolling shooter video game developed and published by Capcom in Japan in 1984 and released in North America by SNK the same year. The word "Vulgus" co...
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Blockout
Blockout is a puzzle video game, published in 1989 by California Dreams, developed in Poland by Aleksander Ustaszewski and Mirosław Zabłocki.The game is the logical extension of Tetris into the third ...
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Characters of the Final Fantasy IV series
Square's role-playing game Final Fantasy IV features a large number of characters designed by Yoshitaka Amano. Final Fantasy IV focuses on Cecil Harvey, a knight of Baron who embarks on a quest to d...
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Drac's Night Out
Drac's Night Out is the title of an unreleased video game developed by Mark Lesser and Rex Bradford of Microsmiths that was produced for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game featured the sponso...
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Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends (video game)
Thomas the Tank Engine is a small fictional steam locomotive in The Railway Series books by the Reverend Wilbert Awdry and his son, Christopher. He became the most popular character in the series, and...
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Music of the EarthBound series
The Mother series is a role-playing video game series created by Shigesato Itoi for Nintendo. The series started in 1989 with the Japan-only release of Mother, which was followed up by Mother 2, relea...
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Music of Final Fantasy IV
The music of the video game Final Fantasy IV was composed by regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu. The Final Fantasy IV Original Sound Version, a compilation of almost all of the music in the game, w...
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Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection
Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection is a compilation consisting of enhanced ports of the role-playing video games Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, as well as a new scenari...
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