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PostSubject: The Big List of Brawlers   Wed Jan 28, 2015 12:53 pm

I'm only listing games that were officially licensed when the arcade cabinets/consoles were relevant, as I'm sure there will be topics elsewhere for unlicensed beat 'em ups. I may miss a few here and there, as I don't have the most accurate source, and no one can have played them all, so feel free to speak up should you know of anything not listed here, as long as it fits the criteria of having been licensed at the time. Also, there's a thin line between beat 'em ups and side scrolling action games with melee attacks for the playable character, on top of genre lines getting extremely blurred by the 6th generation, so that could be another reason for a specific title not being listed here, as I'm fairly harsh on what I consider to count as a beat 'em up.

Arcade (1972):
64th Street: A Detective Story (Developer: C.P. Brain, Publisher: Jaleco, 1991) ☑️
Alien Storm (Sega, 1990)
Alien vs. Predator (Capcom, 1994) ☑️
Altered Beast (Sega, 1988)
Arabian Fight (Sega, 1991) ☑️
Arabian Magic (Taito, 1992) ☑️
Armored Warriors/Powered Gear: Strategic Variant Armor Equipment (Capcom, 1994) ☑️
Asterix (Konami, 1992) ☑️
Avengers/Hissatsu Buraiken (Capcom, 1987) ☑️
B. Rap Boys (Kaneko, 1992) ☑️
Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja (Data East, 1988) ☑️
Batman Forever (Acclaim, 1996) ☑️
Battle Circuit (Capcom, 1997) ☑️
BattleCry (Home Data, 1991) ☑️
Battletoads (Developer: Rare, Publisher: Electronic Arts, 1994) ☑️
Big Fight: Big Trouble in the Atlantic Ocean (Tatsumi, 1992) ☑️
Black Touch '96 (DGRM, 1996) ☑️
Blade Master/Cross Blades! (Irem, 1991) ☑️
Brute Force (Leland Corp., 1991) ☑️
Burning Fight (SNK, 1991)*+ ☑️
Cadillacs & Dinosaurs/Cadillacs Kyouryuu-Shinseiki (Capcom, 1993) ☑️
Captain America and the Avengers (Data East, 1991) ☑️
Captain Commando (Capcom, 1991) ☑️
The Combatribes (Technos, 1990) ☑️
Crime Fighters (Konami, 1989) ☑️
The Crystal of Kings (BrezzaSoft, 2001) ☑️
Cycle Warriors (Tatsumi, 1991) ☑️
D.D. Crew (Sega, 1991) ☑️
Demolish Fist (Developer: Dimps, Publisher: Sammy, 2003)
Denjin Makai (Developer: WinkySoft, Publisher: Banpresto, 1994) ☑️
Die Hard Arcade/Dynamite Deka (Sega, 1996) ☑️
DJ Boy (Kaneko, 1989) ☑️
Double Dragon (Developer: Technos(self publishers for Eu), Publisher for NA & Japan: Taito, 1987)
Double Dragon II: The Revenge (Technos, 1988)
Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone (Developer: East Technology, Publisher: Technos, 1990)
Down Town/Mokugeki (Developer: seta, Publisher: Romstar, 1989) ☑️
Dungeon Magic/Light Bringer (Taito, 1993) ☑️
Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow Over Mystara (Capcom, 1996) ☑️
Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Capcom, 1993) ☑️
Dynamite Cop/Dynamite Deka 2 (Sega, 1998) ☑️
Dynamite Deka EX: Asian Dynamite (Sega, 2007) ☑️
Dynamite Dux (Sega, 1988) ☑️
Dynasty Wars/Tenchi (w)o Kurau (Capcom, 1989) ☑️
Edward Randy/The Cliffhanger: Edward Randy (Data East, 1990) ☑️
Final Fight/Final Crash (Capcom, 1989)
Gaia Crusaders (Noise Factory, 1999) ☑️
Gaiapolis (Konami, 1993) ☑️
Gang Wars (Developer: Alpha Denshi, Publisher: SNK, 1989) ☑️
The Gladiator/Road of the Sword/Shen Jian (IGS, 2003) ☑️
Golden Axe (Sega, 1989) ☑️
Golden Axe: The Revenge of Death Adder (Sega, 1992) ☑️
Growl/Runark (Taito, 1990) ☑️
Guardian/Get Star (Taito, 1986) ☑️
Guardians/Denjin Makai 2 (Developer: WinkySoft, Publisher: Banpresto, 1995) ☑️
Guardians of the 'Hood (Atari Games/Midway, 1992) ☑️
Hachoo! (Jaleco, 1989) ☑️
Hook (Irem, 1992) ☑️
Ikari III: The Rescue (SNK, 1989)  ☑️
Justice League Heroes United (Developer: Signature Devices, Publisher: Global VR, 2009)
Karate Blazers (Video System, 1991) ☑️
The King of Dragons (Capcom, 1991) ☑️
Knights of the Round (Capcom, 1991) ☑️
Knights of Valour/Sangoku Senki (IGS, 1999) ☑️
Knights of Valour Plus/Sangoku Senki Plus (IGS, 1999) ☑️
Knights of Valour Super Heroes/Sangoku Senki Super Heroes (IGS, 1999) ☑️
Knights of Valour Super Heroes Plus/Sangoku Senki Super Heroes Plus (IGS, 2004) ☑️
Knights of Valour: Ti Yong Zhong Yuan/Sangoku Senki: Ti Yong Zhong Yuan  (IGS, 1999) ☑️
Knights of Valour: The Seven Spirits (Developer: IGS(self publisher elsewhere), NA Publisher: Sammy 2003) ☑️
Knights of Valour 2/Sangoku Senki 2 (IGS, 2000) ☑️
Knights of Valour 2 Plus: Nine Dragons/Sangoku Senki 2 (IGS, 2001) ☑️
Knights of Valour 2 New Legend  (IGS, 2008) ☑️
Knights of Valour 3  (IGS, 2011) ☑️
Knuckle Bash (Toaplan, 1993) ☑️
Knuckle Joe (Developer: Seibu Kaihatsu, Publisher: Taito, 1985) ☑️
Kodure Ookami (Nichibutsu, 1987)
Kung-Fu Master/Spartan X (Developer: Irem(self publisher in Japan), Publisher: Data East, 1984) ☑️
Kuri Kinton (Taito, 1988) ☑️
Lady Master of Kung Fu/Nunchackun (Taito, 1985) ☑️
The Legend of Silkroad (Unico, 1999) ☑️
Legionnaire (Developer: Tab, Publisher: Fabtek, 1992) ☑️
Metamorphic Force (Konami, 1993) ☑️
Mug Smashers (Electronic Devices/3D Games, 1990) ☑️
Mutation Nation (SNK, 1992)*+ ☑️
My Hero (Sega, 1985) ☑️
Night Slashers (Data East, 1993) ☑️
Ninja Baseball Bat Man/Yakyuu Kakutou League-Man (Irem, 1993) ☑️
Ninja Clowns (Strata, 1991) ☑️
Ninja Combat (Developer: ADK, Publisher: SNK, 1990)*+
Ninja Gaiden/Shadow Warriors/Ninja Ryukenden (Tecmo, 1988) ☑️
Ninja Mission (Arcadia Systems, 1987) ☑️
The Ninja Kids (Taito, 1990) ☑️
The Ninja Warriors (Taito, 1988) ☑️
The Super Spy(SNK, 1990)*+ ☑️
Oriental Legend/Xi You Shi E Zhuan (IGS, 1997) ☑️
Oriental Legend Special/Xi You Shi E Zhuan Super (IGS, 1998) ☑️
Oriental Legend Special Plus/Xi You Shi E Zhuan Super Plus (IGS, 2004) ☑️
Oriental Legend 2 (IGS, 2007) ☑️
P.O.W.: Prisoners of War/Datsugoku: Prisoners of War (SNK, 1988) ☑️
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon/Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (Developer: Gazelle, Publisher in NA/Eu: Sega, Publisher in Japan: Banpresto, 1995) ☑️
Pu-Li-Ru-La (Taito, 1991) ☑️
The Punisher (Capcom, 1993) ☑️
Renegade/Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-Kun (Developer: Technos(self publishers in Japan), Publisher: Taito, 1986)
Riding Fight (Taito, 1992) ☑️
Riot City (Developer: Westone, Publisher: Sega, 1991) ☑️
Robo Army (SNK, 1991)*+ ☑️
Samurai (Sega, 1980) ☑️
Samurai Nipponichi/Samurai Nihon-ichi  (Taito, 1984/'85) ☑️
Samurai-Fighter Shingen/Shingen Samurai Fighter/Takeda Shingen (Jaleco, 1988) ☑️
Sengoku/Sengoku Denshou (SNK, 1991)*+ ☑️
Sengoku 2/Sengoku Denshou 2 (SNK, 1993)*+ ☑️
Sengoku 3/Sengoku Denshou 2001 (Developer: Noise Factory, Publisher: SNK, 2001)* ☑️
Shadow Force (Technos, 1992) ☑️
Silent Dragon (Developer: East Technology, Publisher: Taito, 1992) ☑️
The Simpsons (Konami, 1991) ☑️
Skull & Crossbones (Atari Games/Midway, 1989) ☑️
Slash Out (Sega, 2000)
Spider-Man: The Video Game (Sega, 1991)
SpikeOut (Sega, 1997)
Spikeout Final Edition (Sega, 1999)
Splatterhouse (Namco, 1988) ☑️
Superman (Taito, 1988) ☑️
Tecmo Knight/Wild Fang (Tecmo, 1989) ☑️
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Konami, 1989)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time (Konami, 1991)
Tough Turf (Developer: Sunsoft, Publisher: Sega, 1989) ☑️
Trojan/Tatakai no Banka (Capcom, 1986) ☑️
Two Crude/Crude Buster (Data East, 1990) ☑️
Undercover Cops (Irem, 1992) ☑️
Vendetta/Crime Fighters 2 (Konami, 1991) ☑️
Vigilante (Irem, 1990) ☑️
Violent Storm (Konami, 1993) ☑️
Warrior Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III (Taito, 1991) ☑️
Warriors of Fate/Tenchi (w)o Kurau II/Sangokushi II (Capcom, 1992) ☑️
Wonder-Momo (Namco, 1987) ☑️
X-Men (Konami, 1992) ☑️
Zero Team (Seibu Kaihatsu, 1993) ☑️

* = Also Neo-Geo(1991)
+ = Also Neo-Geo CD(1994)
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Total: 137

Atari VCS(2600) (1977):
Double Dragon (Developer: Imagineering Inc, Publisher: Activision, 1989)
Kung Fu Master (Developer: Imagineering Inc, Publisher: Activision, 1987) ☑️
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Total: 2

Sega SC-1000(1983):
Dragon Wang (Sega, 1985) ☑️
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Total: 1

NES/Famicom (1983):
The Adventures of Bayou Billy/Mad City (Konami, 1988) ☑️
Bad Dudes/Dragon Ninja/Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja (Developer: Data East(self published in NA), Publisher in Japan: Namco, Publisher in Eu: Ocean, 1989) ☑️
Bad Street Brawler (Developer: Beam Software, Publisher: Mattel, 1989) ☑️
Batman Returns (Konami, 1993) ☑️
Battletoads (Developer: Rare, Publisher in NA and Eu: Tradewest, Publisher in Japan: NCS, 1991) ☑️
Battletoads & Double Dragon (Developer: Rare, Publisher: Tradewest) ☑️
Double Dragon (Developer: Technos(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA and Eu: Tradewest, 1988)
Double Dragon II: The Revenge (Developer: Technos(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA and Eu: Acclaim, 1989)
Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones/DDIII: The Rosetta Stone (Developer: Technos(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA and Eu: Acclaim, 1991)
Downtown Special: Kunio-kun no Jidaigeki Dayo Zenin Shuugou! (Technos, 1991)
Dragon Power/Dragon Ball: Shenron no Nazo/Dragon Ball: Le Secret Du Dragon (Developer: TOSE, Publisher: Bandai, 1988) ☑️
Ikari III: The Rescue/Ikari III (Developer: SNK(self publisher in NA), Publisher in Japn: K Amusement Leasing, 1990) ☑️
Juuouki[Altered Beast] (Developer: Interlink, Publisher: Asmik, 1990)
Kung Fu/Spartan X[Kung Fu Master] (Developer: Irem, Publisher: Nintendo, 1985) ☑️
Last Action Hero (Developer: Teeny Weeny Games, Publisher: Sony Imagesoft, 1993) ☑️
Lethal Weapon (Developer: Eurocom, Publisher: Ocean, 1993) ☑️
Mighty Final Fight (Capcom, 1993)
P.O.W.: Prisoners of War/Datsugoku: Prisoners of War (Developer: SNK(self publisher in NA and Eu), Publisher in Japan: K Amusement Leasing, 1989) ☑️
Renegade/Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-Kun (Developer: Technos(self publisher in japan), Publisher in NA: Taito, 1987)
River City Ransom/Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari/Street Gangs (Developer: Technos(self Publishr oin NA and Japan), Publisher in Eu: Infogrames, 1989)
Sakigake!! Otokojuku: Shippu Ichi Gou Sei (Developer: TOSE, Publisher: Bandai, 1989) ☑️
Spartan X 2(Developer: Tamtex, Publisher: Irem, 1991) ☑️
Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti (Developer: Now Production, Publisher: Namco, 1989) ☑️
Target: Renegade (Developer: Software Creations, Publisher: Taito, 1990)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Konami(published under their Ultra subsidiary in NA), 1990)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project/TMNT 2: The Manhattan Project (Konami, 1991)
Toxic Crusaders (Developer: TOSE, Publisher: Bandai, 1992) ☑️
Trojan/Tatakai no Banka (Capcom, 1986) ☑️
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Total: 28

Master System/SG-1000 Mark-III (1985):
Alien Storm (Developer: Sanritsu, Publisher: Sega, 1991)
Altered Beast (Sega, 1989)
Battlemaniacs (Developer: Rare, Publisher: Tec Toy, 1993) ☑️
Black Belt/Hokuto no Ken (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1986) ☑️
Double Dragon (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1988)
Dynamite Dux (Sega, 1989) ☑️
Golden Axe (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1989) ☑️
Kung Fu Kid (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1987) ☑️
My Hero/Seishun Scandal/Gang's Fighter (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1986) ☑️
Renegade (Developer: Natsume, Publisher in Eu: Sega, Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1993)
Streets of Rage (Sega, 1993) ☑️
Streets of Rage 2 (Developer: Biox, Publisher in Eu: Sega, Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1993) ☑️
Vigilante (Sega, 1988) ☑️
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Total: 13

TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine (1987):
China Warrior/The Kung Fu (Hudson, 1987) ☑️
Cross Wiber: Cyber Combat Police (Developer: Sankindo, Publisher: Face, 1990) ☑️
Cyber Cross/Busou Keiji: Cyber Cross (Developer: ITL, Publisher Face 1989) ☑️
Juuouki[Altered Beast] (Developer: Bits Laboratory, Publisher: NEC, 1989)
The Ninja Warriors (Taito, 1989) ☑️
Splatterhouse (Developer: Namco(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA: NEC, 1990) ☑️
Vigilante (Developer: Irem(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA: NEC, 1989) ☑️
Wonder-Momo (Namco, 1989) ☑️
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Total: 8

Genesis/Mega Drive (1988):
Alien Storm (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1991)**
Altered Beast (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1988)**
Batman Forever (Developer: Probe, Publisher in most regions: Acclaim, Publisher in SA: Tec Toy: 1995) ☑️
Battletoads (Developer: Arc System Works, Publisher in NA and Eu: Tradewest, Publisher in Au and Asia: Sega, Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1993) ☑️
Battletoads/Double Dragon (Developer: Rare, Pulisher in NA: Tradewest, Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1993) ☑️
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (Developer: Angel/Bandai, Publisher: Ma-Ba, 1994) ☑️
Captain America and the Avengers (Developer: Opera House, Publisher in NA: Data East, Publisher in Eu: Sega, Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1992) ☑️
Cliffhanger (Developer: Malibu, Publisher: Sony Imagesoft, 1993) ☑️
Comix Zone (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1995)
Cyborg Justice (Developer: Novotrade, Publisher in NA: Capcom, Publisher in Eu, Au, & Asia: Sega, Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1993) ☑️
The Death and Return of Superman (Developer: Blizzard, Publisher in NA: Sunsoft, Publisher in Eu & AU: Acclaim, 1994) ☑️
DJ Boy (Developer: Inter State, Publisher in most regions: Kaneko, Publisher in Japan: Sega, 1990) ☑️
Double Dragon (Developer: Ballistic, Publisher: Accolade, 1993)
Double Dragon II: The Revenge (Developer: Technos, Publisher: PalSoft, 1991)
Double Dragon 3: The Arcade Game (Developer: Software Creations, Publisher in most regions: Flying Edge, Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1992)
Golden Axe (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1989)** ☑️
Golden Axe II (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, Publisher in Ko: Samsung, 1991)*,** ☑️
Golden Axe III (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in Ko: Samsung, 1993) ☑️
Growl/Runark (Developer: ITL, Publisher in NA & Japan: Taito, Publisher in Ko: Samsung, 1991) ☑️
Last Action Hero (Developer: Bits Studios, Publisher: Sony Imagesoft, 1993) ☑️
Mazin Saga Mutant Fighter/Mazin Saga/Mazin Wars (Developer: Almanic Corp., Publisher in NA: Vic Tokai, Publisher in Eu & Japan: Sega, 1993)* ☑️
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (Devloper: Sims, Publisher: Sega, 1995) ☑️
Mystical Fighter/Maou Renjishi (Developer: Kid, Publisher in NA: Dreamworks/NCS, 1992) ☑️
Nightmare Circus (Developer: Funcom, Publisher: Tec Toy, 1996) ☑️
The Punisher (Developer: Sculptured Software, Publisher: Capcom, 1994) ☑️
Spider-Man & Venom: Maximum Carnage (Developer: Software Creations, Publisher: Acclaim, 1994) ☑️
Spider-Man & Venom: Separation Anxiety (Developer: Software Creations, Publisher: Acclaim, 1995) ☑️
Splatterhouse 2 (Developer: Now Production, Publisher in NA & Japan: Namco, Publisher in Eu: Sega, 1992) ☑️
Splatterhouse 3 (Developer: Now Production, Publisher in NA & Japan: Namco, Publisher in Ko: Samsung, 1993) ☑️
Streets of Rage/Bare Knuckle/Bare Knuckle: Ikari no Tekken (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, Publisher in Ko: Samsung, 1991)** ☑️
Streets of Rage 2/Bare Knuckle II: Shitou no Chinkon Uta/Bare Knuckle II: Streets of Rage II (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, Publisher in Ko: Samsung, 1992)* ☑️
Streets of Rage 3/Bare Knuckle III (Developer: Sega(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1994) ☑️
Sword of Sodan (Developer: Innerprise Software, Publisher in NA & Eu: EA, Publisher in Japan: Sega, 1990) ☑️
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist/TMNT: Return of the Shredder (Konami(self publisher in most regions), Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1992)
The Tick (Developer: Software Creations, Publisher: Fox Interactive, 1994) ☑️
Toxic Crusaders (Developer: Infogrames, Publisher: Sega, 1992) ☑️
Two Crude Dudes/Crude Buster (Developer: Opera House, Publisher: Data East, 1992) ☑️
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Total: 37

* = Also made into an arcade cabinet as part of the MegaPlay system.(which also includes Bio-Hazard Battle, Columns III, Grand Slam[Tennis game, instead of Baseball], Shinobi III, the first 2 Sonic's, and Tecmo World Cup)

** = Also made into an arcade cabinet as part of the Mega-Tech system. (far too many to name off, it actually dips into the Master System's library, yet none of it's beat 'em ups)

Turbo CD/PC Engine CD (1988):
Anesan/Ane-san (NEC Interchannel, 1995)
Double Dragon II: The Revenge (Developer: Kid, Publisher: Naxat, 1993)
Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari[River City Random/Street Gangs]  (Developer: Kid, Publisher: Naxat, 1993)
Golden Axe (Nippon Telenet, 1990) ☑️
Juuouki[Altered Beast] (Developer: Bits Laboratory, Publisher: NEC Interchannel, 1989)
Mad Stalker/Mad Stalker: Full Metal Force (Developer: Kogado Studio, Publisher: NEC Interchannel, 1994)
Riot Zone/Crest of Wolf (Developer: Agenda, Publisher in NA: Turbo Technologies, Publisher in Japan: Hudson, 1992)
Tenchi (w)o Kurau (NEC Interchannel, 1994) ☑️
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Total: 8

Game Boy (1989):
Batman Forever (Developer: Probe, Publisher: Acclaim, 1995) ☑️
Battletoads (Developer: Rare, Publisher in NA & Eu: Tradewest, Publisher in Japan: NCS, 1991) ☑️
Battletoads/Double Dragon (Developer: Rare, Pulisher in NA: Tradewest, Publisher in Eu: Sony Imagesoft, 1993) ☑️
Battletoads in Ragnarok's World (Developer: Rare, Pulisher: Tradewest, 1993) ☑️
Double Dragon (Developer: Technos(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA: Tradewest, Publisher in Eu: Nintendo, 1990)
Double Dragon II/Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-Kun: Bangai Rantouhen (Developer: Technos (self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA & Eu: Acclaim, 1990)
Double Dragon 3: The Arcade Game (Developer: Sales Curve Interactive, Publisher: Acclaim)
Kung Fu Master/Spartan X (Developer: Irem (Self Publisher in NA & Japan), Publisher in Eu: Nintendo, 1990) ☑️
Lethal Weapon (Developer: Eurocom, Publisher: Ocean, 1993) ☑️
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Developer: Tom Create, Publisher: Bandai, 1994) ☑️
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (Developer: Tom Create, Publisher: Bandai, 1995) ☑️
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Total: 11

Game Gear (1990):
Batman Forever (Developer: Probe, Publisher: Acclaim, 1995) ☑️
Battletoads (Developer: Arc System Works, Publisher in NA: Tradewest, Publisher in Eu & Japan: Sega, 1993) ☑️
Double Dragon (Virgin, 1993)
Streets of Rage (Developer: Biox, Publisher: Sega, 1992) ☑️
Streets of Rage 2  (Developer: Biox, Publisher: Sega, 1993) ☑️
Surf Ninjas (Developer: NuFX, Publisher: Sega, 1993) ☑️
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Total: 6

SNES/Super Famicom (1990):
Alien vs. Predator (Developer: Jorudan, Publisher in NA: Activision, Publisher in Japan: IGS, 1993) ☑️
Batman Forever (Developer: Probe, Publisher: Acclaim, 1995) ☑️
Batman Returns (Konami, 1993) ☑️
Battle Zeque-Den (Developer: Arsys Software, Asmik Ace, 1994) ☑️
Battletoads/Double Dragon (Developer: Rare, Publisher: Tradewest, 1993) ☑️
Battletoads in Battlemaniacs (Developer: Rare, Publisher in NA & Eu: Tradewest, Publisher in Au: Nintendo, Publisher in Japan: NCS, 1993) ☑️
Bebe's Kids (Developer: Radical Entertainment, Publisher: Motown Games, 1994) ☑️
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (Angel/Bandai, 1993) ☑️
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R (Bandai, 1993) ☑️
Brawl Brothers/Rushing Beat Ran: Fukusei Toshi (Jaleco, 1992) ☑️
Captain America and the Avengers (Developer: Realtime Associates, Publisher: Mindscape, 1993) ☑️
Captain Commando (Capcom, 1995) ☑️
Cliffhanger (Developer: Malibu, Publisher: Sony Imagesoft, 1993) ☑️
The Combatribes (Technos, 1992) ☑️
Cosmo Police Galivan II: Arrow of Justice (Developer: Cream, Publisher: Nichibutsu, 1993) ☑️
The Death and Return of Superman (Developer: Blizzard, Publisher: Sunsoft, 1994) ☑️
Final Fight (Capcom, 1990)
Final Fight Guy (Capcom, 1992)
Final Fight 2 (Capcom, 1993)
Final Fight 3/Final Fight Tough (Capcom, 1995)
Ghost Chaser Densei (Developer: Winkysoft, Publish: Banpresto, 1994) ☑️
Gourmet Sentai Bara Yarou (Developer: Winds, Publisher: Virgin Interactive, 1995) ☑️
The Great Battle III (Developer: Sun L, Publisher: Banpresto, 1993) ☑️
Iron Commando: Kotetsu no Senshi (Developer: Arcade Zone LTD, Publisher: Pop, 1995) ☑️
Kamen Rider (Developer: Sun L, Publisher: Bandai, 1993) ☑️
Kikou Keisatsu Metal Jack (Atlus 1992) ☑️
The King of Dragons/King of Dragons (Developer: Prism Kikaku, Publisher: Capcom, 1995) ☑️
Knights of the Round (Capcom, 1994) ☑️
Kouryuu no Mimi (Vap, 1995) ☑️
Last Action Hero (Developer: Bits Studios, Publisher: Sony Imagesoft, 1993) ☑️
Last Fighter Twin/The Great Battle II: Last Fighter Twin (Banpresto, 1992) ☑️
Legend (Developer: Arcade Zone LTD, Publisher in NA: Seika corp., Publisher in Eu: Sony Imagesoft, 1994) ☑️
Marvel Super Heroes in War of the Gems (Capcom, 1996) ☑️
Melfand Stories (Developer: Sting, Publisher: ASCII, 1994) ☑️
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Developer: Natsume, Publisher: Bandai, 1994) ☑️
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (Developer: Natsume, Publisher: Bandai, 1995) ☑️
Ninja Warriors/The Ninja Warriors Again/Ninja Warriors: The New Generation (Developer: Natsume, Publisher in NA & Japan: Taito, Publisher in Eu: Titus, 1994) ☑️
The Peace Keepers/Rushing Beat Shura (Jaleco, 1993) ☑️
The Pirates of Dark Water (Sunsoft, 1994) ☑️
Rival Turf!/Rushing Beat (Jaleco, 1992) ☑️
Sengoku Denshou (Data East, 1993) ☑️
Shin Nekketsu Kouha: Kunio Tachi no Banka (Developer: Almanic Corp., Publisher: Technos, 1994)
Shodai Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-Kun (Technos, 1992)
Shounen Ninja Sasuke (Sunsoft, 1994) ☑️
Sonic Blast Man (Developer: ITL, Publisher: Taito, 1992) ☑️
Sonic Blast Man II (Developer: ITL, Publisher: Taito, 1994) ☑️
Spawn/Todd McFarlane's Spawn: The Video Game (Developer: Ukiyotei, Publisher: Acclaim, 1995) ☑️
Spider-Man & Venom: Maximum Carnage (Developer: Software Creations, Publisher in NA: LJN, Publisher in Eu: Acclaim, 1994) ☑️
Spider-Man & Venom: Separation Anxiety (Developer: Software Creations, Publisher: Acclaim, 1995) ☑️
Stone Protectors (Developer: Eurocom, Publisher: Kemco, 1994) ☑️
Super Double Dragon/Return of Double Dragon (Developer: Technos(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA & Eu: Tradewest, 1992)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time (Konami, 1992)
The Tick (Developer: Software Creations, Publisher: Fox Interactive, 1994) ☑️
UFO Kamen Yakisoban (Developer: Kid, Publisher: Den'Z, 1994) ☑️
Undercover Cops (Developer: Irem, Publisher: Varie, 1995) ☑️
Wild C.A.T.S./Jim Lee's Wild C.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams (Developer: Beam Software, Publisher: Playmates, 1995) ☑️
X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse (Capcom, 1994) ☑️
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Total: 57

Sega CD/Mega CD (1991):
Annet Futatabi/Annet Again (Developer: Wolf Team (self publisher in Japan), Publisher in Ko: Samsung, 1993)
Cliffhanger (Developer: Malibu, Publisher: Sony Imagesoft, 1993)
Final Fight CD (Developer: A-wave, Publisher in most regions: Sega, Publisher in SA: Tec Toy, 1993)
The Ninja Warriors (Developer: Aisystem Tokyo, Publisher: Taito, 1993) ☑️
Sengoku Denshou (Developer: Dragnet, Publisher: Sammy, 1993)
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Total: 5

Saturn (1994):
Batman Forever: The Arcade Game (Devloper: Iguana, Publisher: Acclaim, 1996) ☑️
The Crow: City of Angels (Developer: Gray Matter, Publisher: Acclaim, 1997)
Crows: The Battle Action For Sega Saturn (Athena, 1997)
Die Hard Arcade/Dynamite Deka (Sega, 1997) ☑️
Dungeons & Dragons Collection (Capcom, 1999) ☑️
Guardian Heroes (Developer: Treasure, Publisher: Sega, 1996)
Nekketsu Oyako (Technosoft, 1995)
Pu-Li-Ru-La (Developer: Goo!, Publisher: Xing, 1997) ☑️
Tenchi (W)O Kurau II (Capcom, 1996) ☑️
Three Dirty Dwarves (Developer: Apaloosa, Publisher: SegaSoft, 1997)
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Total: 10 (kind of 11, if you count the D&D Collection as 2 games)

PlayStation (1994):
Batman Forever: The Arcade Game (Devloper: Iguana, Publisher: Acclaim, 1996) ☑️
Captain Commando (New, 1998) ☑️
Crisis Beat (Developer: Soft Machine, Publisher in Japan: Bandai, Publisher in Eu: Virgin, 1998)
The Crow: City of Angels (Developer: Gray Matter, Publisher: Acclaim, 1997)
Fantastic Four (Developer: Probe, Publisher: Acclaim, 1997)
Fighting Force/Metal Fist (Developer: Core Design, Publisher in NA & EU: Eidos, Publish in Japan: Electronic Arts Victor, 1997)
Gear Senshi Dendoh/Gear Fighter Dendoh (Developer: Natsume, Publisher: Bandai, 2001)
Gekido/Gekido: Urban Fighters (Developer: Naps Team, Publisher in NA: Interplay, Publisher in Eu: Infogrames, 2000)
Hokuto no Ken: Seiki Matsukyu Seishi Densetsu (Developer: Natsume, Publisher: Bandai, 2000)
Jackie Chan: Stuntmaster (Developer: Radical Entertainment, Publisher in NA: Midway, Publisher in Eu: SCEE, 2000)
Legend (Developer: Toka, Publisher: FunSoft, 1998)
Lucifer Ring (Developer: Soft Machine, Publisher: Toshiba EMI, 1998)
Mad Stalker: Full Metal Force (Developer: Fill-In Cafe, Publisher: Family Soft, 1997)
Mortal Kombat: Special Forces (Midway, 2000)
Nekketsu Oyako (Technosoft, 1994)
Panzer Bandit (Developer: Fill-In Cafe, Publisher: Banpresto, 1997)
Perfect Weapon/Body Hazard (Developer: Gray Matter, Publisher in NA: ASC, Publisher in Japan: Human, Publisher in Eu: American Softworks, 1996)
Pu-Li-Ru-La (Xing, 1997) ☑️
Tenchi (W)o Kurau II: Sekiheki no Tatakai (Capcom, 1996) ☑️
ZeiramZone (Banpresto, 1996)
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Total: 20

Nintendo 64 (1996):
Fighting Force 64 (Developer: Core Design, Publisher: Crave, 1999)
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Total: 1

Game Boy Color (1998):
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (Developer: Kemco(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA & Eu: Ubisoft, 2000) ☑️
Blade (Developer: HAL, Publisher: Activision, 2000) ☑️
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Developer: Game Brains, Publisher: THQ, 2000) ☑️
WWF Betrayal (Developer: Way Forward, Publisher: THQ, 2001) ☑️
X-Men: Mutant Wars (Developer: Avit, Publisher: Activision, 2000) ☑️
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Total: 5

Dreamcast (1999):
Dynamite Cop!/Dynamite Deka 2 (Sega, 1999) ☑️
Soul Fighter (Developer: Toka, Publisher in NA: Mindscape, Publisher in Eu: Red Orb, 1990)
Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage/Berserk: Millennium Falcon Hen Wasurebana no Shou (Developed by ASCII(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA & Eu: Eidos, 1999)
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Total: 3

PlayStation 2 (2000):
Altered Beast/Juuouki: Project Altered Beast (Developer: Wow Entertainment, Published by Sega, 2005)
Azumi/Simple 2000 Series Ultimate Vol. 32: Azumi (Developer: Gargoyle Mechanics, Publisher: ESP Software, 2005)
Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu (Ubisoft, 2003)
Beat Down: Fists of Vengeance (Developer: Cavia, Publisher: Capcom, 2005)
Berserk: Millennium Falcon Hen Seima Senki no Shou (Sammy, 2004)
Blade II (Developer: Mucky Foot, Publisher: Activision, 2002)
The Bouncer (Developer: DreamFactory, Publisher: SquareSoft, 2000)
Bujingai: The Forsaken City (Developer: Taito(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA: Bam, Publisher in Eu: 505 Game Street, 2005)
The Bushido/Katana Action/Simple 2000 Series Vol. 28: The Bushido - Tujigiri Ichidai (Developer: ALU, Publisher in Japan: D3, Publisher in Eu: 505 Game Street, 2003)
Charlie's Angels (Developer: Neko, Publisher: UbiSoft, 2003)
Crime Life: Gang Wars (Developer: Hothouse Creations, Publisher Konami, 2005)
Crimson Tears (Developer: DreamFactory, Publisher: Capcom, 2004)
Dark Angel/James Cameron's Dark Angel (Developer: Radical, Publisher: Sierra, 2002)
Death by Degrees (Developer: Namco(self publisher in NA & Japan), Publisher in Au & Eu: Sony, 2005)
Demon Chaos/Ikusa Gami (Developer: Genki(self publisher in Asia), Publisher in NA & Eu: Konami, 2005)
Devil Kings (Capcom, 2005)
Dragon Ball Z: Sagas (Developer: Avalance, Publisher: Atari, 2005)
Dragon Sisters/ Simple 2000 Series Vol. 87: The Nadesico (Developer: Tamsoft, Publisher in Japan: D3, Publisher in Eu: 505 Game Street, 2005)
Dynasty Warriors 2/Shin Sangoku Musou (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher in most regions: Koei, Publisher in Eu: THQ, 2000)
Dynasty Warriors 3/Shin Sangoku Musou 2 (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher in most regions: Koei, Publisher in Eu: THQ, 2001)
Dynasty Warriors 3: Xtreme Legends/Shin Sangoku Musou 2 Mushouden (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei, 2002)
Dynasty Warriors 4/Shin Sangoku Musou 3 (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2003)
Dynasty Warriors 4: Empires/Shin Sangoku Musou 3 Empires (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2004)
Dynasty Warriors 4: Xtreme Legends/Shin Sangoku Musou 3 Mushouden (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei, 2003)
Dynasty Warriors 5/Shin Sangoku Musou 4 (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2005)
Dynasty Warriors 5: Empires/Shin Sangoku Musou 4 Empires (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2006)
Dynasty Warriors 5: Xtreme Legends/Shin Sangoku Musou 4 Mushouden (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei, 2005)
Dynasty Warriors 6/Shin Sangoku Musou 5 Special (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2008)
Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2/Gundam Musou 2 (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Bandai Namco, 2008)
Fantastic 4 (Developer: Seven Studios, Publisher: Activision, 2005)
Final Fight: Streetwise (Capcom, 2006)
Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance (Acclaim, 2003)
God Hand (Developer: Clover, Publisher: Capcom, 2006)
Gundam Musou Special (Developer: Koei, Publisher: Namco Bandai, 2008)
Hulk (Developer: Radical, Publisher: Universal, 2003)
Kamen Rider: Seigi no Keifu (Banpresto 2003)
Kenka Banchou 2: Full Throttle (Developer: YSK, Publiher: Spike, 2007)
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Developer: Stormfront, Publisher: EA, 2002)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (EA, 2003)
Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure (Developer: Double Helix, Publisher: Atari, 2006)
The Mark of Kri (Sony(self publisher in NA & Eu), Publisher in Japan: Capcom, 2002)
The Mini Bijo Keikan/Simple 2000 Series Vol. 88: The Mini Bijo Keikan (D3, 2005)
Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks (Midway, 2005)
Mystic Heroes/Chou Battle Houshin (Koei, 2002)
The Oneechanbara 2/Simple 2000 Series Vol. 90: The Oneechanbara 2 (Developer: Tamsoft, Publisher: D3, 2005)
Oretachi Game Center Zoku: Nekketsu Kouka Kunio-Kun (Hmster, 2006)
Power Fighters/Simple 2000 Series Vol. 60: The Tokusatsu Henshin Hero (Developer: Daft, Publisher in Japan: D3, Publisher in Eu: 505 Game Street, 2004)
Rise of the Kasai (Developer: BottleRocket, Publisher: Sony, 2005)
Rise to Honor (Sony, 2004)
Samurai Champloo: Sidetracked (Developer: Grasshopper, Publisher: Namco Bandai, 2006)
Samurai Warriors: Xtreme Legends/Sengoku Musou Moushouden (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2004)
Samurai Warriors/Sengoku Musou (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2004)
Samurai Warriors 2/Sengoku Musou 2 (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2006)
Samurai Warriors 2: Empires/Sengoku Musou 2 Empires (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2006)
Samurai Warriors 2: Xtreme Legends/Sengoku Musou 2 Moushouden (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2007)
The Scorpion King: Rise of the Akkadian (Developer: VU Games, Publisher: Universal, 2002)
Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 5: Golden Axe (Developer: Sims, Publisher: Sega, 2003) ☑️
Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 11: Hokuto no Ken (Developer: Sims, Publisher: Sega, 2004)
Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 26: Dynamite Deka (Sega, 2006) ☑️
Sengoku Basara (Capcom, 2005)
Sengoku Basara 2 (Capcom, 2006)
Sengoku Basara 2 Eiyuu Gaiden/Sengoku Basara 2 Heroes (2007)
Seven Samurai 20XX (Developer: Dimps, Publisher: Sammy, 2004)
Shogun's Blade (Developer: Tamsoft, Publisher in Japan: D3, Publisher in Eu: 505 Game Street, 2004)
Splatter Master (Developer: Vingt-et-un Systems, Publisher in Japan: D3, Publisher in Eu: 505 Game Street, 2004)
Street Boyz (Developer: Tamsoft, Publisher in Japan: D3, Publisher in Eu: 505 Game Street, 2004)
The Sword of Etheria/Oz/Chains of Power (Konami, 2005)
Teen Titans (Developer: Artificial Mind and Movement, Publisher: THQ, 2006)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Konami, 2003)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus (Konami, 2004)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare (Konami, 2005)
Urban Reign (Namco, 2005)
Viewtiful Joe (Developer: Clover, Publisher: Capcom, 2004)
Viewtiful Joe 2 (Developer: Clover, Publisher: Capcom, 2004)
Warriors Orochi (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2007)
Warriors Orochi 2 (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2008)
The Warriors (Rockstar, 2005)
Xiaolin Showdown (Developer: BottleRocket, Publisher: Konami, 2006)
Yakuza/Ryuu ga Gotoku (Developer: Amusement Vision, Publisher: Sega, 2005)
Yakuza 2/Ryuu ga Gotoku 2 (Developer: Amusement Vision, Publisher: Sega, 2005)
Yakuza Fury (Developer: Vingt-et-un Systems, Publisher in Japan: D3, Publisher in Eu: 505 Game Street, 2005)
Yoshitsune Eiyuuden: The Story of Hero Yoshitsune (From Software, 2005)
Zombie Hunters 2/Simple 2000 Series Vol. 101: The Oneechanpon: The Oneechan 2 Special Edition (Developer: Tamsoft, Publisher in Japan: D3, Publisher in Eu: Essential Games, 2006)
Zombie Zone/Simple 2000 Series Vol. 61: The Oneechanbara  (Developer: Tamsoft, Publisher in Japan: D3, Publisher in Eu: 505 Game Street, 2004)
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Total: 84

Game Boy Advance (2001):
Advance Guardian Heroes (Developer: Treasure(self publisher in Japan), Publisher in NA & Eu: Ubisoft, 2004)
Altered Beast: Guardian of the Realms (Devloper: 3d6 Games, Publisher in NA: THQ, Publisher in Eu: Sega, 2002)
Astro Boy: Omega Factor (Developer: Hitmaker, Publisher in NA & Japan: Sega, Publisher in Eu: THQ, 2003) ☑️
Comix Zone (Developer: Virtucraft, Publisher: Sega, 2002)
Dancing Sword: Senkou (MTO, 2003) ☑️
Double Dragon Advance (Developer: Million, Publisher: Atlus, 2003)
Dragon Ball GT: Transformation (Developer: Webfoot Technologies, Publisher: Atari, 2005) ☑️
Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure/DB: Advance Adventure  (Developer: Dimps, Publisher in NA: Atari, Publisher in Eu: Bandai, Publisher in Japan: Banpresto, Publisher in Ko: Daiwon C&A, 2004) ☑️
Dynasty Warriors Advance (Developer: Koei(self Publisher in Japan), Publisher in most regions: Nintendo, 2005)
Fantastic 4 (Devleoper: Torus games, Publisher: Activision, 2005) ☑️
Fantastic 4: Flame on (Devleoper: Torus games, Publisher: Activision, 2005) ☑️
Final Fight One (Developer: Sun-Tec, Publisher: Capcom, 2001)
Gekido Advance: Kintaro's Revenge (Developer: Naps Team, Publisher in NA: Destination Software, Publisher in Eu: Zoo Digital Publishing, 2002)
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy (Developer: Full Fat, Publisher: Midway, 2006) ☑️
Jackie Chan Adventures: Legend of the Dark Hand (Devleoper: Torus games, Publisher: Activision, 2001) ☑️
Justice League Heroes: The Flash (Developer: WayForward, Publisher in NA: Warner Bros., Publisher in Eu & Au: Eidos, 2006) ☑️
Naruto: Ninja Council 2/Naruto: Saikyou Ninja Daikesshu 2 (Developer: Aspect, Publisher in NA: D3Publisher, Publisher in Japan: Tomy, 2004) ☑️
The Ripping Friends: The World's Most Manly Men! (Developer: Creations, Publisher: THQ, 2002) ☑️
River City Ransom EX/Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari EX (Developer: Million, Publisher: Atlus, 2004)
Samurai Deeper Kyo (Developer: Natsume, Publisher in NA: Bold Games, Publisher in Japan: Marvelous Entertainment, 2002) ☑️
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Ubisoft, 2005) ☑️
Super Duper Sumos (Developer: Handheld Games, Publisher: Midway, 2003) ☑️
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Konami, 2003)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus (Konami, 2003)
Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster's Bad Dream/Tiny Toon Adventures: Scary Dreams (Developer: Treasure, Publisher: Conspiracy Entertainment, 2002) ☑️
TMNT (Ubisoft, 2007) ☑️
X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse (Developer: Digital Eclipse, Publisher: Activision, 2001) ☑️
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Total: 27

Gamecube (2001):
Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu (Ubisoft, 2003)
Charlie's Angels (Developer: Neko, Publisher: UbiSoft, 2003)
Dragon Ball Z: Sagas (Developer: Avalance, Publisher: Atari, 2005)
Fantastic 4 (Developer: Seven Studios, Publisher: Activision, 2005)
Hulk (Developer: Radical, Publisher: Universal, 2003)
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Developer: Stormfront, Publisher: EA, 2002)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (Developer: Hypnos, Publisher: EA, 2003)
Mystic Heroes/Battle Houshin (Koei, 2002)
The Scorpion King: Rise of the Akkadian (Developer: Point of View, Publisher in NA: VU Games, Publisher in Eu: Universal, 2002)
Teen Titans (Developer: Artificial Mind and Movement, Publisher: THQ, 2006)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Konami, 2003)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus (Konami, 2004)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare (Konami, 2005)
Viewtiful Joe (Developer: Clover, Publisher: Capcom, 2003)
Viewtiful Joe 2 (Developer: Clover, Publisher: Capcom, 2004)
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Total: 15

X-Box (2001):
Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu (Ubisoft, 2003)
Beat Down: Fists of Vengeance (Developer: Cavia, Publisher: Capcom, 2005)
Blade II (Developer: Mucky Foot, Publisher: Activision, 2002)
Bruce Lee: Quest of the Dragon (Developer: Ronin, Publisher: Univeral, 2002)
Crime Life: Gang Wars (Developer: Hothouse Creations, Publisher Konami, 2005)
Daemon Vector (Xpec, 2004)
Dark Angel/James Cameron's Dark Angel (Developer: Radical, Publisher: Sierra, 2002)
Dragon Ball Z: Sagas (Developer: Avalance, Publisher: Atari, 2005)
Dynasty Warriors 3/Shin Sangoku Musou 2 (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher in most regions: Koei, Publisher in Eu: THQ, 2001)
Dynasty Warriors 4/Shin Sangoku Musou 3 (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2003)
Dynasty Warriors 5/Shin Sangoku Musou 4 (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2005)
Fantastic 4 (Developer: Seven Studios, Publisher: Activision, 2005)
Final Fight: Streetwise (Capcom, 2006)
Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance (Acclaim, 2003)
Grabbed by the Ghoulies (Developer: Rare, Publisher: Microsoft, 2003)
Hulk (Developer: Radical, Publisher: Universal, 2003)
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Developer: Stormfront, Publisher: EA, 2002)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (EA, 2003)
Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure (Developer: Double Helix, Publisher: Atari, 2006)
Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks (Midway, 2005)
Samurai Warriors/Sengoku Musou (Developer: Omega Force, Publisher: Koei 2004)
Spikeout: Battle Street (Developer: Dimps, Publisher: Sega, 2005)
Teen Titans (Developer: Artificial Mind and Movement, Publisher: THQ, 2006)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Konami, 2003)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus (Konami, 2004)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare (Konami, 2005)
The Warriors (Rockstar, 2005)
Xiaolin Showdown (Developer: BottleRocket, Publisher: Konami, 2006)
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Total: 15

☑️ = has a thread on these forums(with the Streets of Rage series having it's own sub-forum)

Anything beyond this point would be really stretching the line between classic and modern. Again, anything not listed tends to stretch genre lines, like Zombie Revenge, Bully, the PS2 Shinobi games, the post NES Ninja Gaiden games, Devil May Cry, God of War, etc. Noticeably all 6th generation games, as that seems to be where the purity of specific genre's disappear, though there are some ambiguous earlier titles as well, such as King of the Monsters 2, and Beyond Oasis. It's pretty hard to sort out, so this list will be revised as needed.


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PostSubject: Re: The Big List of Brawlers   Thu Jan 29, 2015 6:27 pm

My personal recommendations:

Arcade:
Guardians/Denjin Makai 2
Night Slashers
Ninja Baseball Bat Man
Undercover Cops(Alpha Renewal Version)
Battletoads
Denjin Makai
Anything by IGS
Anything by Capcom
Dungeon Magic
Warrior Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III
The Golden Axe's
Violent Storm
Sengoku 3
Robo Army (surprisingly fun for as simple as it is)
Metamorphic Force
Zero Team
Vendetta
Hook
X-Men
(the rest of Konami's)
Shadow Force
The first couple of Double Dragon's(which unfortunately suffer slowdown)
<That isn't to say there aren't any more good ones, but I feel like these are the best that I've played.

Atari 2600:
...would not recommend for this genre. I like the 2600 a lot, I'm just not sure it could do justice to a genre like this.

NES:
The Double Dragon trilogy(best thing to happen to the name of III, anyway, but they're pretty good all things considered. None are actual port attempts.)
Mighty Final Fight
River City Ransom
The fan translation for Downtown Special: Kunio-kun no Jidaigeki Dayo Zenin Shuugou!
Batman Returns
TMNT 2(better off with the arcade version, but you do get new levels and bosses here) & 3
The fan translation for Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti
Rollergames
The fan translation for Spartan X 2
Kung Fu (I'd take this version over the arcade because it's easier to get through the first round)

Master System:
...wish I could say I were more familiar with this one, but at the same time, a lot of it's best looks to have been done better elsewhere, except for maybe Double Dragon?

TurboGrafx-16:
Splatterhouse
Vigilante

Genesis:
Well, the Streets of Rage trilogy should be a no brainer...
...followed by the Golden Axe trilogy
Comix Zone
Alien Storm (probably better off with the arcade version)
The Splatterhouse games
The Punisher (though you'd be better off sticking with the arcade version)
TMNT: Hyperstone Heist
...as much as I love the Genesis, it's potential for the genre really wasn't capitalized beyond Sega themselves.

Turbo CD:
Double Dragon II, and I probably wouldn't touch the rest, unless RCR got a fan translation.

Game Boy:
Maybe the first couple of Double Dragon games, and Kung Fu Master. Not a choice platform for the genre I'm afraid.

Game Gear:
Well, at least the Streets of Rage games it has came out to all regions...

SNES:
Ghost Chaser Densei (port of Denjin Makai, but also adds some new mechanics, in spite of what it's missing)
Final Fight 2 & 3
Brawl Brothers
The Peace Keepers
Ninja Warriors
Sonic Blast Man 2
fan translation of Shin Nekketsu Kouha: Kunio Tachi no Banka
fan translation of Sengoku Denshou (actually adds new gameplay mechanics)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time (personally think you'd be better off with the arcade game)
Any Capcom arcade conversion, not named "Final Fight" (though you'd obviously be better off with the actual arcade versions)
Battle Zeque-Den
Batman Returns
Super Double Dragon

Sega CD:
Final Fight CD(much better port than the SNES had anyway), and maybe Annet(which is an odd way to make a sequel to El Viento and Earnest Evans).

Game Boy Color:
Only dud in the lot is the WWF one, then Buffy would be the next dullest from there. The rest seem to have adventure elements in their own way.

Game Boy Advance:
Final Fight One
Double Dragon Advance
River City Ransom EX
Advance Guardian Heroes
Astro Boy: Omega Factor (not necessarily forced to rely on fisticuffs)
Dancing Sword: Senkou
Gekido Advance: Kintaro's Revenge
X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse
Any of the TMNT lot
Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster's Bad Dream (just don't go in expecting the usual fare from the genre)
...maybe I'm just not familiar enough with this handheld's games from there.

Feel free to disagree. The main hope is to point people who've never heard of these games in the right direction. I don't want to sound like I'm trying to speak objectively, but these should be about the best of the lot, but don't let that discourage you from trying some of the others, especially in the arcade section.

Oh, and I tried to not pick sides with multi-platforms, which usually weren't top tier anyway, but worth trying just the same.
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PostSubject: Re: The Big List of Brawlers   Fri Dec 04, 2015 7:23 am

Generally M.A.M.E. and GameFAQs were my main source, occasionally Wikipedia. I know they're far from the most accurate sources, hell some of these games aren't even listed in the beat 'em up directory of their respective hardware at GameFAQ's, and I had to remember them later. Which ones do you know are off?

I went by M.A.M.E. itself for the Knights of Valour series. It suggests all the Plus, Super Heroes, etc. revisions are by IGS themselves.

I've kept up with rom translations, and we had a previous site where I really dug through the libraries of the non-disc/3D consoles/handhelds(if I haven't stated this on this forum before, I'm not a fan of when games go to disc/3D, so the hardest part of making this list was 5th(32/64-bit) and 6th generation games, watching videos on Youtube and having to skip through FMV sections to get to the gameplay). Unfortunately Koryu no Mimi's translation doesn't work well with the only SNES emulator I like, but then again, outside of it's story and all, I'm not fond of it's gameplay.

I might add Mystical Fighter/Maou Renjishi as a Genesis recommendation. Not top tier stuff, but very fun for what it is.

How do you navigate that 2nd site? Can you read it? I get there and it starts to load a page, then jumps to another entirely.

Also, Night Slashers may be my favorite arcade exclusive.
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PostSubject: Re: The Big List of Brawlers   Fri Dec 04, 2015 10:45 pm

Regarding KoFBobo, I think I know why (I can't post address link for 6 days since I'm new to the board). Be patient, and I will edit with the full link.

In anycase, there is website specialized in rom (so I won't post it sorry) which is quite informed regarding what are the KoV bootlegs and what are not.

Oh and you made another mistake (because of Mame). KoVI is 1997, KoVPlus is 1998, KoV Super heroes is 1999 (all oficial release). Here is a very reliable source.

hotsoup wrote:


This is my second walkthrough after Slashout. It has been quite a while since I
last played this game. I am mainly playing KOV Super Heroes or KOV 2 (Nine
Dragons) now. I am writing this FAQ based on pure memory work and so you should
understand that some mistakes are bound to happen somewhere.

Knights of valor (or KOV in short) is a horizontal platform beat-them-up arcade
game that was released by IGS (a Taiwanese company) in 1997 (1998 for Plus
version).

Gamefaqs, KoV faqs section.

Regarding NightSlahers it's early 1994 according to MAME for Jap/Koera/World version (not that reliable since it's not v1.00 of the game). However, the in game title screen state 1993, which means I was wrong (late 1993 might be the first release, and early 1994 might be the revisions)

Regarding Denjin Makaï. MAME state it's 1993 but it's february 1994 according to wikipedia, and Denjin Makaï in game title's screen. (I think 1994 is more than likely for this one)

Regarding Shadow Force it's 1993 for jap revision 2 according to MAME, so maybe the very first version was late 1992. In anycase jap revision 3 (which is the actual western version) has made huge change (I read your review on the board) to try to fix the experimental button layers (optimized button layers) and other few changes. You should give it a try.

PS: My fav exclusive arcade is AvP if I have to chose.
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PostSubject: Re: The Big List of Brawlers   Sat Dec 05, 2015 7:33 am

I made the change for Denjin Makai based on the title screen(and the fact that there only seems to be 1 rom), but unfortunately, I can't find any sources that suggest Knights of Valour was any sooner than '99, while the guide you quote does suggest it may be prone to mistakes. I'm open to the possibility, but I just can't find any strong sources to suggest otherwise.

I did come across The International Arcade Museum(http://www.arcade-museum.com), which suggests that they had the trade name since '96, but still suggests the original cabinet was '99.
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PostSubject: Re: The Big List of Brawlers   Sun Dec 06, 2015 7:28 am

Your point is really fair,and I check the ingame title screen of the very first KoV is credited as 1999 (And I played this game to death). So yeah, I was plain wrong there. Thank you!

I'll keep you in touch for the KoV bootlegs affair.
Regarding KoV Seven Spirit (Demul states 2003, and I didn't found any date on the in game title screen, neither in the staff roll credits).
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PostSubject: Re: The Big List of Brawlers   Sun Dec 06, 2015 11:38 am

Fixed. Must have gone by GameFAQS on that one, as everything else does suggest '03. Also gave me the chance to correct the spelling on "elsewhere." I can only imagine what other spelling issues that list has Razz.
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PostSubject: Re: The Big List of Brawlers   Mon Dec 07, 2015 5:24 am

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PostSubject: Re: The Big List of Brawlers   Mon Dec 07, 2015 4:41 pm

Brawl is also mod of this section. No worries
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PostSubject: Re: The Big List of Brawlers   Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:34 pm

*Check marked all the games that have a thread, or their own sub-forum.
*Pulled Legend of Success Joe/Ashita no Joe Densetsu(arcade/NeoGeo) from the list for being more a boxing game than a brawler, despite a few brawler-like moments.
*Pulled X-Perts(Genesis). It's more of an action/adventure game than a beat 'em up.
*Pulled the GBA Lord of the Rings games, as they're more action-RPG.
*Pulled Ultimate Spider-Man from GBA. Not sure where I ever got the idea this platformer, in which you can pretty much avoid fighting altogether(except boss battles I'd assume), was a beat 'em up.
*Pulled Street Cop/Family Trainer: Manhattan Police(NES/Famicom) because it's too difficult to categorize, but from what I can make out through videos, it doesn't necessarily fit the beat 'em genre. It actually requires the Power Pad(look this thing up) to use at the same time as a regular gamepad.
*Pulled Chuck Norris Superkicks(Atari VS/2600, Colecovision, VIC-20, & C64) from the list, as the melee action is only to impede the real goal the game, which seems to be about reaching a destination. The goal of a beat 'em up should be to clear the enemies and bosses from the stages.
*Pulled Running Battle(Master System), I'm not entirely sure what it wants to be, but it's not trying to be a beat 'em up, when you have platforming, guns that almost don't run out with the frequency of ammo refills, doors you have to enter, etc. The only aspect that feels like a beat 'em up is that you have to defeat the enemies that are around to enter doors, and boss battles don't allow for guns.
*Added Cyber Cross/Busou Keiji: Cyber Cross(PC Engine), the predecessor to Cross Wiber.
*Added Mighty Morphin Power Rangers(Game Boy). predecessor to the movie game, developed/published by the same companies.
*Pulled Toxic Crusaders (Game Boy), more of a run 'n gun/platformer.
*Added Ninja Mission. Mostly a PC game, but it had an arcade port.
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