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Forgotten Worlds

Forgotten Worlds

Platforms: Amiga,Atari ST,Sega Master System,Wii,Amstrad CPC,Sega Mega Drive,Commodore 64,Arcade

Publishers: CapcomSega,U.S. Gold,NEC Avenue

Forgotten Worlds (ロストワールド, Lost Worlds) est un jeu vidéo de shoot 'em up développé par Capcom, sorti en 1988. C'est le premier jeu commercialisé sur système d'arcade CP System,.

Fonz

Fonz

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Sega

Fonz is a 1976 arcade racing video game developed by Sega and published by Sega-Gremlin. The game was based on the 1970s hit TV show Happy Days and the slogan was "TV's hottest name, Your hottest game." The game itself was simply a rebranded variant of Sega's earlier 1976 game Moto-Cross, also known as Man T.T. (released August 1976), in a customized arcade cabinet. In turn, Moto-Cross and Man T.T. were motorbike variants of Road Race, a car driving game released in February 1976. Sega was allow…

F355 Challenge

F355 Challenge

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Sega Dreamcast,Arcade

Publishers: Sega,Acclaim,Sony

F355 Challenge est un jeu vidéo de course réalisé par le studio Sega-AM2, sous la direction de Yū Suzuki, et commercialisé par Sega en 1999 sur borne d'arcade et plus tard Dreamcast. Le joueur y pilote la célèbre Ferrari F355.

Funky Head Boxers

Funky Head Boxers

Platforms: Sega Saturn,Arcade

Publishers: Sega,Yoshimoto Kogyo

Funky Head Boxers is a video game developed and published by Sega for the arcade and Sega Saturn.

Fighting Vipers

Fighting Vipers

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Sega Saturn,Arcade

Publishers: Sega

Fighting Vipers (ファイティングバイパーズ Faitingu Vaipāzu) est un jeu vidéo de combat 3D sorti en 1995 sur arcade (Model 2) puis porté sur Saturn l'année suivante. Le jeu a été développé par Sega-AM2 puis édité par Sega. Il a été réédité sur PlayStation 2 sous le titre Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 19: Fighting Vipers. Le jeu connait une suite, Fighting Vipers 2, sortie en 1998 sur arcade (Model 3) et portée en 2001 sur Dreamcast.

Face Off

Face Off

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Namco

Face Off is a hockey arcade game developed and released by Namco for Japan only in 1988. Up to four players control players from one of eight hockey teams against each other, the objective being to score the most points before the timer ends. Similar to Namco's own Final Lap, multiple cabinets can be linked together to enable multiplayer play. It ran on the Namco System 1 arcade board. Face Off received a favorable critical reception for its visuals and gameplay. A digital re-release for the Wii…

Fast Draw Showdown

Fast Draw Showdown

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: American Laser Games,Digital Leisure

Fast Draw Showdown is a live-action laserdisc video game, released by American Laser Games in 1994 (see 1994 in video gaming) for a limited number of platforms. As one of the last live-action rail shooters released by the company, which began the series with Mad Dog McCree, it is also arguably the shortest. The game was filmed entirely in at the Old Tucson Studios near Tucson, Arizona, with sets used for several notable films belonging to the Western genre. Global VR re-released the arcade game …

Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition

Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: SNK

Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition (餓狼伝説 ワイルドアンビション) est un jeu vidéo de combat en 3D développé et édité par SNK sur Hyper Neo-Geo 64 et PlayStation en 1998. C'est le huitième épisode de la série Fatal Fury.

Fighting Vipers 2

Fighting Vipers 2

Platforms: Sega Dreamcast,Arcade

Publishers: Sega

Fighting Vipers 2 est un jeu vidéo de combat sorti en 1998 sur arcade (Model 3) puis converti sur Dreamcast. Le jeu a été développé par Sega-AM2 puis édité par Sega. Il fait suite à Fighting Vipers, sorti en 1995 sur arcade et Saturn.

Final Fight

Final Fight

Platforms: Amiga,Atari ST,Super Nes,Amstrad CPC,Sega Mega-CD,Commodore 64,Arcade

Final Fight (ファイナルファイト, Fainaru Faito) est un jeu vidéo de type Beat them up développé et édité par Capcom sur système d'arcade CP System en 1989. Considéré comme une référence du genre, le jeu a rencontré un important succès populaire et a été porté sur divers plates-formes,. Ce jeu est le premier volet de la série Final Fight.

Food Fight

Food Fight

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Atari,Inc.

Food Fight (also styled as Charley Chuck's Food Fight) is an arcade game developed by General Computer Corporation and released by Atari, Inc. in March 1983. The player guides Charley Chuck, who is trying to eat an ice cream cone before it melts, while avoiding four chefs bent on stopping him. The game sold 1,951 arcade cabinets.Food Fight was released for the Atari 7800 console in 1986, and also as an Atari 8-bit family cartridge styled for the then new Atari XEGS the same year. A port for the …

Field Goal

Field Goal

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Taito

Field Goal (フィールドゴール Fīrudo Gōru) is an arcade game released in 1979 by Taito. It is a clone of the game Breakout, where the player must use the rotary knob to control a paddle and hit the ball into the red, yellow and blue helmets on the screen. Each time a row of helmets is cleared out, a new row will appear in its place. If the player hits the orange area towards the top of the screen, it will decrease the size of the player's paddle. Sometimes a football player will appear, and if the ball h…

Fighter & Attacker

Fighter & Attacker

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Namco

Fighter & Attacker is a 1992 vertical-scrolling shooter arcade game developed and published by Namco.

Flying Shark

Flying Shark

Platforms: Arcade

Flying Shark is a 1987 vertically scrolling shooter arcade video game originally developed by Toaplan and published by Taito in Japan, Romstar in North America and Electrocoin in Europe. Controlling the titular biplane, the players must fight endless waves of military vehicles while avoiding collision with their projectiles and other obstacles. The plane has a powerful bomb at its disposal that can clear the screen of enemies when fired. It was the third shoot 'em up game from Toaplan, and their…

Final Lap 3

Final Lap 3

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Namco

Final Lap 3 (ファイナルラップ3, Fainaru Rappu Tsurī), as the name suggests, is the third title in the Final Lap series, released worldwide by Namco in 1992; like its precursors (as well as Four Trax, and Suzuka 8 Hours), it runs on Namco System 2 hardware, and allows up to eight players to play simultaneously when four two-player cabinets are linked together. It features four new tracks set in England, France, San Marino, and Spain - and for the third time, the players must take control of either the Wi…

Final Lap 2

Final Lap 2

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Namco

Final Lap 2 (ファイナルラップ2, Fainaru Rappu Tsū) is a sequel to Final Lap (released by Namco in 1990); it runs on Namco System 2 hardware, and much like the original title (and Four Trax), it allows up to eight players to play simultaneously when four two-player sit-down cabinets are connected together, but this one features four different tracks which are set in the game's home country of Japan (the Suzuka Circuit from the original), Italy, Monaco, and the United States (which resembles the Test trac…

Final Lap R

Final Lap R

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Namco

Final Lap R (ファイナルラップR, Fainaru Rappu Āru) is a racing arcade game which was released by Namco in 1993; it was one of the only games to run on the company's System FL hardware, and is the fourth game in their Final Lap series. It was also licensed by FOCA to Fuji Television (as shown on its title screen), and much like its predecessors, allows up to eight players to play simultaneously when four two-player cabinets are linked together (but Player 4 and 8's car is now affiliated with Benetton rep…

Finest Hour

Finest Hour

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Namco

Finest Hour (ファイネストアワー, Fainesuto Awā) is a 1989 run and gun arcade game developed and published in Japan by Namco. It was later re-released on the Wii Virtual Console on August 25, 2009.

FixEight

FixEight

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Toaplan

FixEight is a run and gun arcade video game developed and published by Toaplan on July 1992. The spiritual successor to 1990's Out Zone, it is notable for being one of the few titles by Toaplan that has not received any official port to home consoles as of date. Set in a future where an alien race known as the Gozzu from the fictional planet Fortuna invaded the universe, players are tasked by the Galactic Federation government with an extermination mission against the invaders by assuming the ro…

Full Throttle

Full Throttle

Platforms: Arcade

Full Throttle, also known as Top Speed (for USA and the rest of the world), is a one-player racing arcade game developed by Taito Corporation in 1987. It is very similar in style to the Out Run games in that it features a fast, red car hurtling through the U.S. countryside. The key difference in gameplay is the addition of a nitro boost button.