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Time Pilot '84

Time Pilot '84

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Konami

Time Pilot '84 est un jeu vidéo de type Shoot 'em up développé et édité par Konami sur borne d'arcade en 1984. C'est la suite de Time Pilot.

The Real Ghostbusters

The Real Ghostbusters

Platforms: Atari ST,Amiga,Amstrad CPC,Commodore 64,Arcade

Publishers: Activision Blizzard,Data East

The Real Ghostbusters is a 1987 shoot 'em up arcade game developed and published by Data East in the United States. It is loosely based on the animated series of the same name. In Japan, Data East released it as a non-Ghostbusters arcade game under the title 迷宮ハンターG (Meikyuu Hunter G, translated in English as Labyrinth Hunter G). In 1989, Activision published The Real Ghostbusters for various computer platforms in Europe, including Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, and ZX Spectrum.

The Cliffhanger: Edward Randy

The Cliffhanger: Edward Randy

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Data East

The Cliffhanger: Edward Randy, known in Japan simply as Edward Randy (エドワードランディ, edowādo randi), is a side-scrolling action-adventure arcade game released in Japan by Data East in 1990.

Turbo (video game)

Turbo (video game)

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Sega

Turbo (ターボ) is a racing game released in 1981 by Sega. The game was manufactured in three formats: standard upright, cabaret/mini, and a seated environmental/cockpit. All three versions feature a steering wheel, a gearshift for low and high gears, and an accelerator pedal. The screen is a vertically oriented 20-inch raster display. In addition to the on-screen display, Turbo features an LED panel to the left of the screen that displays the current player's score and the high score table. T…

Tekken

Tekken

Platforms: Arcade

Tekken (鉄拳, littéralement « Poing de fer ») est un jeu vidéo de combat développé et édité par Namco en 1994 initialement sur borne d'arcade, puis adapté l'année suivante sur PlayStation. Il s'agit du premier épisode de la série Tekken. C'est le premier jeu PlayStation à avoir dépassé la barre du million d'unités vendues. Tekken est la réplique de Namco au premier jeu de combat en 3D sorti en 1993 : Virtua Fighter de Sega.

Tag Team Wrestling

Tag Team Wrestling

Platforms: Nintendo Nes,Commodore 64,Arcade

Tag Team Wrestling, known in Japan as The Big Pro Wrestling! (ザ・ビッグプロレスリング), is a 1983 arcade video game developed by Technōs Japan. The arcade version was published by Data East both in Japan and North America, but only the North American version mentions the name of Data East in-game. It was later ported in the mid-1980s to computers and Famicom/NES.

Tank Force

Tank Force

Platforms: Nintendo Switch,Arcade

Publishers: Namco

Tank Force (タンクフォース, Tanku Fōsu) is a multi-directional shooter arcade game that was released by Namco in 1991; it was the last game to run on their System 1 hardware (which had been in use for four years), is the sequel to Battle City, which was released six years earlier and is a sequel to Tank Battalion, which had been released five years before it (and eleven years before this title). The game was included as part of the Namco Museum compilation for the Nintendo Switch on July 28, 2017.

TwinBee Yahho!

TwinBee Yahho!

Platforms: PSP,Sega Saturn,Arcade

Publishers: Konami

TwinBee Yahho!: Fushigi no Kuni de Ōabare!! is a vertical-scrolling shoot-'em-up released by Konami as a coin-operated video game in 1995. It is the third and final game in the TwinBee series released for the arcades. During the same year as its arcade release, the game was released for the PlayStation and Sega Saturn in a two-in-one compilation with its predecessor, Detana!! TwinBee, titled Detana! TwinBee Yahho!. It was later included in the PlayStation Portable compilation TwinBee Portable, r…

Tecmo World Cup '90

Tecmo World Cup '90

Platforms: Sega Mega Drive,Arcade

Publishers: Tecmo

Tecmo World Cup '90 is a football (soccer) arcade game released in 1989 by Tecmo. An unofficial bootleg of the game named Euro League featuring European club teams was also released. An unfaithful home version was developed by SIMS for the Sega Mega Drive renamed simply Tecmo World Cup (in Japan, the game was called Tecmo World Cup '92), and ported to the Sega Master System as Tecmo World Cup '93.

The King of Fighters: Neowave

The King of Fighters: Neowave

Platforms: PlayStation 2,XBox,Arcade

Publishers: SNK PlaymoreSammy Corporation

The King of Fighters: Neowave est un jeu de combat sorti en arcade sur Atomiswave en 2004. Il s'agit du premier épisode de la série The King of Fighters à ne pas être développé sur Neo-Geo AES et Neo-Geo MVS, SNK Playmore ayant décidé d'abandonner ce support.

Time Traveler

Time Traveler

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Arcade published by Sega,PC/DVD by Digital Leisure

Time Traveler or Hologram Time Traveler is a laserdisc interactive movie arcade game released in 1991 by Sega and designed by Dragon's Lair creator Rick Dyer. It is called the "World's First Holographic Video Game" because it uses a special arcade cabinet that projects the game's characters. The "holographic" effect is an optical illusion using a large curved mirror (invented by Dentsu) and a CRT television set. The game's premise is that American old west cowboy Marshal Gram (played by Stephen …

The Battle-Road

The Battle-Road

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Irem

The Battle-Road is a vertically-scrolling vehicular combat game released in arcades by Irem in 1984. It features branching paths and up to 32 possible routes. The player controls a car that is armed with two different types of guns (frontal and side), and drives for a road full of other dangerous vehicles such as cars, motorcycles, trucks and helicopters. There are also other kinds of obstacles on the road.

The Killing Blade

The Killing Blade

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: IGS

The Killing Blade is a 1998 competitive fighting game released by IGS on arcade game machine. Development for the game took two years. In September 2005, IGS released a remake titled The Killing Blade Plus.

The King of Fighters 2003

The King of Fighters 2003

Platforms: Neo Geo,PlayStation 2,PlayStation 3,XBox,Arcade

Publishers: SNK Playmore

The King of Fighters 2003 est un jeu vidéo de combat développé et édité par SNK Playmore en 2003 sur borne d'arcade Neo-Geo MVS et sur console Neo-Geo AES en 2004 (NGM 271),,,. C'est le dixième épisode de la série The King of Fighters. Le jeu est converti sur PlayStation 2 en 2004 et sur Xbox en 2005.

The King of Fighters 2000

The King of Fighters 2000

Platforms: PlayStation 4,Microsoft Windows,Neo Geo,Nintendo Switch,PlayStation 2,Sega Dreamcast,Arcade

Publishers: SNK

The King of Fighters 2000 est un jeu vidéo de combat développé et édité par SNK en 2000 sur borne d'arcade Neo-Geo MVS et sur console Neo-Geo AES (NGM 257),,,. C'est le septième volet de la série The King of Fighters et le dernier produit par SNK avant que celle-ci ne soit en faillite. Le jeu a été adapté sur Dreamcast (exclusif au Japon) et sur PlayStation 2 en 2001. La version stand-alone sur PlayStation 2 pour le continent nord américain a été publié sous forme de pack comprenant le huitième …

The King of Fighters 2002: Challenge to Ultimate Battle

The King of Fighters 2002: Challenge to Ultimate Battle

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Neo Geo,PlayStation 2,Sega Dreamcast,XBox,Arcade

Publishers: Playmore

The King of Fighters 2002: Challenge to Ultimate Battle est un jeu vidéo de combat développé par Eolith et édité par Playmore en 2002 sur borne d'arcade Neo-Geo MVS et sur console Neo-Geo AES (NGM 265),,,. C'est le neuvième épisode de la série de la série The King of Fighters.

The King of Fighters 2001

The King of Fighters 2001

Platforms: Neo Geo,Microsoft Windows,PlayStation 2,Sega Dreamcast,Arcade

Publishers: Playmore

The King of Fighters 2001 est un jeu de combat développé par Eolith et édité par Brezzasoft (Neo-Geo) et Playmore (portages) en 2001 sur borne d'arcade Neo-Geo MVS et sur console Neo-Geo AES (NGM 262),,,. Le jeu est porté sur PC (Windows) en 2001[réf. souhaitée], Dreamcast en 2002 et PlayStation 2 en 2003. C'est le huitième épisode de la série The King of Fighters. Il reprend le système de strikers instauré depuis The King of Fighters '99: Millennium Battle et met fin à la saga NESTS.

The King of Fighters '95

The King of Fighters '95

Platforms: Neo Geo,Nintendo GameBoy,Sega Saturn,Arcade

The King of Fighters '95 est un jeu vidéo de combat développé et édité par SNK sur Neo-Geo MVS, Neo-Geo AES et Neo-Geo CD en 1995 (NGM 084),,,. Il a été porté sur PlayStation, Saturn et Game Boy. Il s'agit du 2d épisode de la série The King of Fighters.

The King of Fighters '94

The King of Fighters '94

Platforms: Neo Geo,PlayStation 2,Arcade

Publishers: SNK

The King of Fighters '94 est un jeu vidéo de combat développé et édité par SNK sur Neo-Geo MVS, Neo-Geo AES et Neo-Geo CD en 1994 (NGM 055),,,. Il s'agit du premier épisode de la série The King of Fighters. The King of Fighters '94 était censé être à la base un essai, mais vu le succès qu'eut le jeu, la série a finalement continué afin d'être la plus longue série de SNK encore en vigueur aujourd'hui ![réf. nécessaire]

The King of Fighters '99: Millennium Battle

The King of Fighters '99: Millennium Battle

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Neo Geo,Nintendo Switch,Wii,Sega Dreamcast,Arcade

Publishers: SNK

The King of Fighters '99: Millennium Battle est un jeu vidéo de combat développé et édité par SNK sur borne d'arcade Neo-Geo MVS et sur console Neo-Geo AES et Neo-Geo CD en 1999 (NGM 251),,,. Il s'agit du sixième épisode de la série The King of Fighters.