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Action, Fight, September 28, 2016
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie is the title of four different video game adaptations of the film of the same name which were released for the Super NES, Genesis, Game Boy and Game Gear. While the games were ostensibly based on the film, they also featured characters and plot elements from the second season of the original TV series. Like the previous game versions of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, none of the four versions of the movie game were ports of each other.
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Action, July 9, 2016
James Bond 007: The Duel, called 007 Shitou: The Duel or just 007 Shitou in Japan, is a 1993 game by Domark and The Kremlin for the Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear made with the James Bond film license. While they share the same theme, the Sega Mega Drive version has completely different stage layouts from the Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear versions.

The goal of each mission is to do whatever it says on the top left corner of the screen; for example, rescuing girls, finding bombs, etc.. A/2 jumps, B/1 shoots your gun, and C (no equivalent on SMS/GG) launches a grenade (which you have a limited supply of. Simply touch a grenade to take it; simply touch a girl to rescue her.

The game has a rather realistic physics system, giving the player a feeling of weight and impact. Falling from high places results in instant death.

The Sega Mega Drive version is very short with only 4 regular stages and a final boss confrontation stage. There are three difficulty levels to pick from, but they only influence the amount of damage received from enemy bullets. The game also has certain small technical flaws, like being unable to shoot downwards without firing a straight bullet first.
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16t

Action, July 9, 2016
16t is a 1991 action game for the Sega Mega Drive by Sega released exclusively on the Sega Game Toshokan service (and on the various compilations that package such games).

You play as a computer programmer who goes into his bugged program to debug it by squishing the bugs with 16-ton weights. Levels are a series of platforms that wrap around both horizontally and vertically. A and C jump and B throws a 16-ton weight. You can only throw a certain number of weights at a time; the number is shown at the bottom of the screen. The level ends when you crush all the enemies. Getting crushed or getting hit once causes you to lose a life.
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Action, July 9, 2016
3 Ninjas Kick Back is a platforming game developed by Malibu Interactive and published by Sony Imagesoft in 1994 for the SNES and Sega Genesis (ported by Psygnosis) exclusively in the US to tie in with the 1994 film of the same name. It was bundled with Hook in the 3 Ninjas Kick Back / Hook compilation for the Sega Mega-CD.

You play as one of the three main characters in the film. Your goal regardless of which character you choose is to assist an old samurai in retrieving a prized dagger from an old rival. To do so, you must complete a series of levels, each requiring you to complete a certain task (sometimes with a time limit) before continuing. A shoots your sword (which may have an item attached to it, such as spreader bullets), B jumps, and C uses a special weapon found throughout the levels. A while in midair kicks. Hold Down to crouch; moving left/right while crouching will have you crawl and you do not need to keep Down held while you crawl, so you will stand up once you let go of the D-pad.
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Adventure, Action, July 16, 2016
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters is a platform arcade style video game developed by Realtime Associates and published by Viacom New Media in 1995 for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and SNES based on the American cartoon series of the same name on Nickelodeon.

In order to graduate from Monster Academy, three young monsters, Ickis, Oblina, and Krumm, need to pass their Monster Midterm Exam. This test has them scaring a number of people that their headmaster, the Gromble, orders them to in order to pass the exam.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Aero the Acro-Bat is a platform game developed by Iguana Entertainment and published by Sunsoft for the Sega Mega Drive and SNES in 1993, with a port for the Game Boy Advance released in 2002. In 2010, the SNES version was made available on the Wii's Virtual Console service. In the game you play as the bat Aero, who needs to stop the mad scientist Edgar Ektor who is trying to rid the world of amusement and fun.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Aero the Acro-Bat 2 is the sequel to Aero the Acro-Bat, and was released for the Sega Mega Drive and Super Nintendo in 1994. The SNES version was released for the Wii's Virtual Console service in 2010. Like its prequel, the game follows the adventures of Aero, a bat tasked with saving the world from Edgar Ektor.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Aladdin II is an unlicensed Sega Mega Drive game. It is an attempt at porting the SNES version of Aladdin (developed and published by Capcom) to Sega's console. Mega Drive consumers were not officially given Capcom's version of the game, but instead Virgin's version. Little is known about Aladdin II's origin.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle, called Alex Kidd: Tenkuu Majou in Japan and Alex Kidd: Cheongong Maseong in Korea, is a platform game which is part of the Alex Kidd series. It is the only Alex Kidd title to be released on the Sega Mega Drive, with every other Alex Kidd game appearing on the Sega Master System.

The game was re-released as part of the Sega Mega Drive Collection and Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection compilations. It has also been released as part of the Wii's Virtual Console service, and on numerous plug-in-and-play consoles and compilation packs.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle, called Alex Kidd: Tenkuu Majou in Japan and Alex Kidd: Cheongong Maseong in Korea, is a platform game which is part of the Alex Kidd series. It is the only Alex Kidd title to be released on the Sega Mega Drive, with every other Alex Kidd game appearing on the Sega Master System.

The game was re-released as part of the Sega Mega Drive Collection and Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection compilations. It has also been released as part of the Wii's Virtual Console service, and on numerous plug-in-and-play consoles and compilation packs.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle, called Alex Kidd: Tenkuu Majou in Japan and Alex Kidd: Cheongong Maseong in Korea, is a platform game which is part of the Alex Kidd series. It is the only Alex Kidd title to be released on the Sega Mega Drive, with every other Alex Kidd game appearing on the Sega Master System.

The game was re-released as part of the Sega Mega Drive Collection and Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection compilations. It has also been released as part of the Wii's Virtual Console service, and on numerous plug-in-and-play consoles and compilation packs.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Alien 3 is a sidescrolling video game loosely based on the movie of the same name. It was developed by Probe Software and published by Arena Entertainment for the Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear, Amiga and Commodore 64 in 1992. Different games based on the movie were released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and the Game Boy.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Alien Soldier is a Mega Drive game developed by Treasure and published by Sega in 1995. It was one of the few Mega Drive games to be released in Japan and Europe, but not North America (however it was made available briefly through the Sega Channel service), and is now considered an extremely rare collectors item. It has since been re-released for the Wii's Virtual Console service, as well as being released as part of the Sega Ages Treasure Box disc for the PlayStation 2.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Alien Storm for the Sega Mega Drive is an interpretation of the 1990 Sega System 18 game, Alien Storm.

Unlike other ports of the game, the Mega Drive version overhauls virtually all of the levels from the arcade game, while also changing graphical elements so that the game is more suited to the Mega Drive's hardware. Though the game plays almost identically (save for differing enemy placements and tweaks), it is shorter in length, and drops some audio tracks in favour of brand new ones presumably to fit the new levels. The changes are not as distinct as those found in other early arcade-to-Mega Drive conversions, namely ESWAT: City Under Siege or Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi, but they are significant enough for it to be classed as a different Alien Storm game.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Alisia Dragoon is a 1992 platformer for the Sega Mega Drive developed by Game Arts, with Japanese animation studio Gainax providing art and story and Mecano Associates providing music.

The game's story is different in Japan and US/Europe:
  • Japan: Alisia is the daughter of a sorcerer killed by evil Baldour's followers after her father banished Baldour in a cocoon to outer space, which has since crashed back to Earth, leaving Alisia to defeat Baldour and his followers.
  • US/EU: Alisia is a female adventurer who is the only one who can destroy the evil delivered by a silver star that has returned to Earth (implied that Earth had managed to deal with it once before).
Alisia's primary attack is a lighting bolt that automatically targets enemies and splits itself as necessary; it is fired by pressing B. The longer B is held, the longer the shot lasts for. You have a limited supply of lightning energy which runs out as you use it; it will come back when you are not using it. C jumps. You also have a dragon following you and helping you attack on its own, though it takes its own damage too. Press A and use Up/Down to switch between dragons.
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