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Pokemon FireRed on the Game Boy Advance

As with all Pokémon role-playing games released for handheld consoles, FireRed and LeafGreen are in third-person, overhead perspective. The main screen is an overworld, in which the player navigates...

Super Dropzone on the SNES

In Dropzone the gameplay is much in the style of Defender, as well as Stargate, Scramble and even Robotron: 2084. Players control the hero trying to rescue the scientists...

Gradius Galaxies on the Game Boy Advance

Gradius Advance is a horizontally scrolling shooter handheld video game developed by Mobile21 and published by Konami in 2001. It was released later in the same month in the...

Thunderforce III on the Sega Mega Drive

In Thunder Force III, the free-directional, overhead stage format featured in the previous two games is removed and replaced entirely by the horizontally aligned stage format. The horizontal format...

Thunderforce II on Sega Mega Drive

In Thunder Force II the game is now split into two formats: the free-directional scrolling, overhead stage format from the previous game, and horizontal forward-scrolling stages (referred to as...

Picross on Nintendo DS

This is an entertaining little game on the Nintendo DS called Picross, here is what Picross is all about Nonograms, also known as Hanjie, Picross or Griddlers, are picture logic...

International Superstar Soccer 2000 on Nintendo 64

International Superstar Soccer 2000 is the second game in the Nintendo 64 Perfect Striker series. For the North American and European release in 2000 the rosters were updated. Introduced...

Virtual Pool 64 on the Nintendo 64

Virtual Pool 64 comes with nine different pool games (eleven, including all three of the eight-ball variants available): Eight-ball (American "bar pool" rules, British rules and APA league rules) Nine-ball Three-ball Six-ball Ten-ball Straight pool One-pocket Bank...