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Sport, November 26, 2016
Captain Tsubasa Volume II: Super Striker is a continuation of the "Cinematic Soccer" series of games started on the Famicom. Released in 1990 by Tecmo this game is fairly similar to its predecessor but with some slight graphical improvements. It was also the last Tsubasa game to be released on the Family Computer with the series moving to the Super Famicom two years later.

Cinematic Soccer: his term refers to the style of the gameplay. Rather than being a straight forward soccer sim. Many of the Captain Tsubasa games featured fully animated cut scenes throughout the match leaving the player to make key strategic decisions and then watch the outcome.
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RPG, November 26, 2016
Fire Emblem Gaiden is the second installment in the Fire Emblem series developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo. The game was released on March 14, 1992 in Japan. It is also the second and final Fire Emblem series title to be released exclusively on the Famicom. It serves as a side story to the original game ("Gaiden" is literally Japanese for "side story"), and takes place on a different location the continent Valentia and thus has no bearing on the first game's narrative. However, a few characters from the original game, such as the Whitewings, do make return appearances.

The game was referenced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl with one music track and some Stickers.
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Sport, October 2, 2016
10-Yard Fight is a 1983 American football arcade game that was developed and published in Japan by Irem and published in the United States by Taito and in Europe by Electrocoin. It is the first slightly realistic American football video game ever developed and released.
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, July 9, 2016
Uncharted Waters, normally released as Daikoukai Jidai (大航海時代, Daikōkai Jidai), is a popular Japanese video game series produced by Koei under its "Rekoeition" brand.
It is a simulation and role-playing video game series dealing with sailing and trading, themed around the Age of Discovery. In the games, the player takes up the role of a captain (or commodore in some translations) and manages a seagoing fleet to participate in trades, privateering, treasure hunting, exploration, and plain piracy. Even though the series is largely open-ended, there is still a loose plot which requires the player to follow certain paths, and deviating from these paths may stall the progress of the story.
In East Asia, the series has a large cult following, but it has not received much recognition outside the region. However, it has been compared to the earlier Sid Meier's Pirates! in gameplay and theme.
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Sport, November 26, 2016
Captain Tsubasa Volume II: Super Striker is a continuation of the "Cinematic Soccer" series of games started on the Famicom. Released in 1990 by Tecmo this game is fairly similar to its predecessor but with some slight graphical improvements. It was also the last Tsubasa game to be released on the Family Computer with the series moving to the Super Famicom two years later.

Cinematic Soccer: his term refers to the style of the gameplay. Rather than being a straight forward soccer sim. Many of the Captain Tsubasa games featured fully animated cut scenes throughout the match leaving the player to make key strategic decisions and then watch the outcome.
Play