With multiple different characters to play as, several routes through the game, and top-notch design throughout, Castlevania III demands to be replayed over and over again.
Excitebike Nintendo, 1988 Based on the enhanced arcade.
Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, konami, 1990.
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River City Ransom Technos/Arc System World, 1990 A two-player fighting game set in an open, nonlinear world, featuring RPG-like experience and leveling, an in-game economy, and tons of special techniques and weapons to purchase at shops along the way.That's how many copies of Super Mario Bros.This roundup does not include games that are not available for general purchase,.g.Top 100 Games, due to its brilliant platforming action and emphasis on clever exploring.Read our full review.2 million fans cannot be wrong.Excitebike, this classic racer offers competitive play and the ability to save custom track designs.Super C Konami, 1990 While not as good a game as the NES adaptation of Contra, this sequel still beats its original arcade version.Instead, this is more of a fast-paced Castlevania-style experience, with ferocious enemies and precision action, plus plenty of cool manga-style cut scenes as a reward for surviving the ruthless enemy hordes.
Mighty Final Fight Capcom, 1992 You wouldn't think a belated 8-bit port of seminal arcade brawler Final Fight would have been worth playing, but Capcom completely rethought the workings of the game and prioritized "fun" over "realism with excellent results.
Featuring two-player cooperative action, alternating play formats, console-exclusive stages, and stunning graphics and music, 8-bit shooters didn't get much better than Life Force.
Mario 3 felt like an attempt to take an early NES creation to its logical end, and the results hovered somewhere between "awesome" and "incredible." Ufouria: The Saga SunSoft, 1991 This quirky exploratory platformer never made it to the.S.
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Click blokus world tour serial to watch Mario bop and bounce in Super Mario Bros.It's loads of simple fun.Capcom, 1992, an NES sequel to a Game Boy game?Back in the day, and the cartridge is really expensive these days.3 Nintendo, 1990 Three for three on Mario?Jump to comments Reactions 10 More from USgamer Bonus: We also imagine a (good) Genesis Classic Edition.