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World Combat

World Combat

Genre: Tir

Publishers: Konami

World Combat, also known as Warzaid, is a military-themed first-person light gun rail shooter. The arcade game comes in two types of cabinets, one for four players and one for two players. The game possesses many similarities to Namco's Time Crisis series, not the least of which is the ability of players to take cover at will. Each player character comes equipped with a large, portable metal shield that can block incoming projectiles. Unlike the Time Crisis games, however, this shield is not act…

Wacko

Wacko

Genre: Action

Publishers: Bally Midway

Wacko est un jeu vidéo d'action de type shoot them up sorti sur borne d'arcade en 1982 (durant la période appelée « âge d'or des jeux d'arcade »). Il a été développé et édité par Bally Midway. Il est lié à une borne d'arcade de conception unique mêlant trackball et joysticks.

Welltris

Welltris

Genre: Puzzle

Welltris is a puzzle video game, developed by Doka and licensed to Bullet-Proof Software. Adaptations were made by Sphere, Inc., for Spectrum Holobyte, and by Infogrames. It was originally released for MS-DOS and Macintosh in 1989. It was subsequently ported to the Amiga, Amstrad CPC and Atari ST in 1990 and the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 in 1991.

Wonder Momo

Wonder Momo

Genre: Beat'em-up

Publishers: Namco

Wonder Momo is a 1987 beat 'em up arcade game that was developed and published by Namco exclusively in Japan. It was the company's last 8-bit arcade game (and the last that ran upon their System 86 hardware), and was ported to the PC-Engine in 1989, with both versions of the game later ported to the Wii Virtual Console. The game was also included in Namco Museum Encore for the Sony PlayStation and mobile on June 2005. Wonder Momo inspired a webcomic series in 2012, an anime miniseries in Februar…

WWF WrestleFest

WWF WrestleFest

Genre: Sport

Publishers: Technōs Japan

WWF WrestleFest est un jeu d'arcade de catch professionnel développé et commercialisé par Technos en 1991, mettant en scène les superstars de la société américaine World Wrestling Federation. Le jeu est distribué par Technos au Japon et en Amérique du Nord, et par Tecmo en Europe et en Australie. Il succède au jeu vidéo WWF Superstars. Comparé à Superstars, WrestleFest ajoute une plus grande variété de différents catcheurs, ainsi que des graphismes et des sons améliorés. Des voix pré-enregistrée…

Warrior Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III

Warrior Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III

Genre: Beat'em-up, Plate-forme

Publishers: Taito

Warrior Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III is an arcade beat 'em up game released by Taito Corporation in 1991. The sequel to Rastan Saga II, it is a weapons brawler similar to Golden Axe. Its main feature is the use of dual screens to depict the action. There are three characters to select: a warrior named Rastan, a hireling named Dewey, and a thief named Sophia. Although the game was only released in Japan, the text is in both Japanese and English. The game was later re-released as part of Taito M…

Willow

Willow

Genre: Action, Jeu de rôle

Publishers: Capcom

Willow est un jeu vidéo de plates-formes développé par Capcom et édité par Capcom sous licence Lucasfilm Ltd. sur CP System en juin 1989. Le jeu est basé sur le film Willow et son personnage principal Willow,.

War Final Assault

War Final Assault

Genre: Première personne, Tir

Publishers: Atari Games

War: Final Assault is a first-person shooter arcade game developed and manufactured by Atari Games. It was released on March 25, 1999 In North America and on October 1, 1999 In Europe. A Nintendo 64 version by Midway Games was planned, but its release was cancelled. There was also a PlayStation version in the works, which was also cancelled.

WWF Superstars

WWF Superstars

Genre: Sport

Publishers: Technōs Japan

WWF Superstars est un jeu d'arcade développé par Technos et commercialisé en 1989. Il est le premier jeu vidéo d'arcade inspiré de la branche américaine de catch professionnel WWF à être commercialisé. Technos conçoit une suite intitulée WWF WrestleFest en 1991. Le jeu est accueilli avec une moyenne de 5,3/10 sur GameFAQs.

Who Dunit

Who Dunit

Genre: Shooting scroller

Publishers: Exidy

Who Dunit is an Exidy light gun arcade game released in 1988.

Warrior

Warrior

Genre: Action, Combat

Publishers: Vectorbeam

Warrior is a 1979 arcade fighting game. It is considered one of the first fighting games, excepting several boxing games such as Heavyweight Champ, released in 1976, and Atari's unreleased Boxer (which was cloned as 1980's Boxing for the Atari 2600). Developed by Tim Skelly while working at Cinematronics, it was released under the Vectorbeam company name shortly before Cinematronics closed Vectorbeam down; they had purchased the company in 1978. The game featured two dueling knights rendered in …

Wild Gunman

Wild Gunman

Genre: Action

Publishers: Nintendo

Wild Gunman est un jeu vidéo de tir au pistolet développé par Nintendo et sorti en 1984 sur Nintendo Entertainment System.

Warlords

Warlords

Genre: Arcade

Publishers: Atari,Inc.

Warlords est un shoot 'em up développé par Atari Inc., sorti en 1980 sur borne d'arcade et un an plus tard sur Atari 2600. Il existe une version à quatre joueurs en couleur et une version à deux joueurs en noir et blanc.

World Stadium

World Stadium

Genre: Sport

Publishers: Namco

World Stadium (full title: Pro Yakyū World Stadium), is a series of baseball arcade games that were released by Namco in the late 1980s and 1990s exclusively in Japan; they were inspired by the 1986 Famicom game Pro Yakyū Family Stadium, and its sequel game, Pro Yakyū Family Stadium '87.

WWF Royal Rumble

WWF Royal Rumble

Genre: Action, Combat, Sport

Publishers: THQ,Yuke's,Sega

WWF Royal Rumble est un jeu vidéo de catch professionnel commercialisé en 2000 sur borne d'arcade et sur console Dreamcast. THQ développe le jeu sur Dreamcast, tandis que Sega développe la version pour arcades. Il est basé sur l'univers de la promotion américaine de catch World Wrestling Federation et son Royal Rumble. Yuke's, créateur de la série des jeux vidéo WWF SmackDown! s'est occupé du Royal Rumble, qui comporte maximum neuf catcheurs en simultanée. La version Dreamcast du jeu a été moyen…

Wonder Boy

Wonder Boy

Genre: Plate-forme

Wonder Boy (appelé aussi Super Wonder Boy au Japon et Revenge of Drancon en Amérique du Nord pour la version Game Gear) est un jeu vidéo créé par Ryuichi Nishizawa et sa société Escape (connue plus tard sous le nom de Westone Co. Ltd.) et publié en 1986 par Sega. C'est le premier d'une série de six jeux, dont les suites seront Wonder Boy in Monster Land, Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's Trap, Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair, Wonder Boy in Monster World et Monster World IV. Prévu à l'origine pour le s…

WaveRunner

WaveRunner

Genre: Course

Publishers: Sega

WaveRunner ou Wave Runner est une marque déposée de motomarines produite par Yamaha Motor Company. Une caractéristique qui le distingue des autres véhicules du même type est son évent qui projette un jet d'eau à l'arrière lors de son usage.

War of the Worlds

War of the Worlds

Genre: Tir

Publishers: Cinematronics

War of the Worlds is an unreleased, monochrome vector graphics arcade game created by Tim Skelly of Cinematronics in 1982. It is based on the H. G. Wells 1898 novel The War of the Worlds. The game was developed as a 3D version of Space Invaders, but was never put into production and fewer than ten units were made.

Warriors of Fate

Warriors of Fate

Genre: Beat'em-up

Publishers: Capcom

Warriors of Fate (Tenchi Wo Kurau II: Sekiheki no Tatakai au Japon, Sangokushi II en Asie) est un jeu vidéo à défilement horizontal de type beat them all développé et édité par Capcom sur borne d'arcade en octobre 1992. C'est la suite de Dynasty Wars, basée sur le manga japonais Tenchi wo Kurau, également réalisé sur CP System en 1989.

World Rally

World Rally

Genre: Course

World Rally is a 1993 racing arcade video game developed by Zigurat Software and published by Gaelco in Spain, Sigma in Japan and Atari Games in North America. Themed around rallying, the game pit players with races across various locations under a short time limit to qualify for the next couse. The title proved to be a success for Gaelco, managing to sell 23,000 arcade units in Europe and earning an award from Gamest magazine. In 1995, a sequel titled World Rally 2: Twin Racing was released by …