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Simulation, July 9, 2016
688 Attack Sub is a 1991 submarine simulator game, originally developed by Electronic Arts for MS-DOS computers before being brought to the Sega Mega Drive. It was released alongside M-1 Abrams Battle Tank in the extremely short-lived "Simulator Series" in 1991.

Like, M-1 Abrams Battle Tank, 688 Attack Sub was licensed by Sega of America in 1990, shortly before EA began publishing Sega games for themselves.

The player can control a US Los Angeles-class or Soviet Alfa class nuclear powered attack submarine. There are 10 missions that take place in a Cold War scenario. Players can use the periscope, launch torpedoes, activate sonar to view oncoming submarines or torpedoes, among various other things. As it is a simulator tasks are accomplished by pointing (moving the D-pad; holding C will lock it to the next onscreen item in the particular direction) and clicking (A) with an on-screen cursor. The cursor changes icons to indicate what is currently selected.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
A Ressha de Ikou MD is an entry in Artdink's A Ressha de Ikou series of railroad simulation games, otherwise known as Take the A Train or simply A-Train.

A Ressha de Ikou MD was released exclusively on the Sega Mega Drive in 1992, being ported by MNM Software (according to founder Mikito Ichikawa). The game refers to games created by Artdink in 1989 and 1991, which may suggest elements were taken from A Ressha de Ikou II or A Ressha de Ikou III released around that period.

Like most entries in the series, A Ressha de Ikou MD was not released outside of Japan, although A Ressha de Ikou III, rebranded as A-Train was brought to western computers by Maxis, also in 1992.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen, commonly referred to simply as Advanced Daisenryaku, is a 1991 strategy game developed jointly by Sega and SystemSoft and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive exclusively in Japan. It is part of SystemSoft's Daisenryaku series of strategy games, and is one of the few retail Mega Drive games to have online play compatibility via Sega Meganet. It also started the Advanced Daisenryaku line, all of which have been published by Sega.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen, commonly referred to simply as Advanced Daisenryaku, is a 1991 strategy game developed jointly by Sega and SystemSoft and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive exclusively in Japan. It is part of SystemSoft's Daisenryaku series of strategy games, and is one of the few retail Mega Drive games to have online play compatibility via Sega Meganet. It also started the Advanced Daisenryaku line, all of which have been published by Sega.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen, commonly referred to simply as Advanced Daisenryaku, is a 1991 strategy game developed jointly by Sega and SystemSoft and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive exclusively in Japan. It is part of SystemSoft's Daisenryaku series of strategy games, and is one of the few retail Mega Drive games to have online play compatibility via Sega Meganet. It also started the Advanced Daisenryaku line, all of which have been published by Sega.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
Air Management: Oozora ni Kakeru is an airline business simulator by Koei and the first in their Air Management/Aerobiz franchise, a part of their Executive Series. It was first released in 1992 on various home computers and was ported to a variety of other platforms, including to the Sega Mega Drive in 1992. Western releases called the game Aerobiz. It was followed by Aerobiz Supersonic.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
Air Management II: Koukuuou o Mezase is an airline business simulator by Koei and the sequel to Aerobiz, which are both part of their Executive Series. It was first released in 1993 on the PC-98 before being ported to a variety of platforms, including to the Sega Mega Drive in 1994. Western releases called the game Aerobiz Supersonic.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
Air Management: Oozora ni Kakeru is an airline business simulator by Koei and the first in their Air Management/Aerobiz franchise, a part of their Executive Series. It was first released in 1992 on various home computers and was ported to a variety of other platforms, including to the Sega Mega Drive in 1992. Western releases called the game Aerobiz. It was followed by Aerobiz Supersonic.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
Air Management II: Koukuuou o Mezase is an airline business simulator by Koei and the sequel to Aerobiz, which are both part of their Executive Series. It was first released in 1993 on the PC-98 before being ported to a variety of platforms, including to the Sega Mega Drive in 1994. Western releases called the game Aerobiz Supersonic.
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Simulation, Sport, July 9, 2016
Champions World Class Soccer is a football (soccer) video game released on the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993 and 1994, developed by Park Place Productions and published by Flying Edge and Acclaim.

The British release featured a picture of Welsh international Ryan Giggs on the game box. The German featured Sepp Maier, and the French featured Paris Saint-Germain. Modes of play included in the game are Exhibition Match (one player or two players) and Tournament Mode. Progress through the tournament can be saved via a password given at the end of each match. There are also options to turn fouls and offsides on or off, as well as selecting the amount of time allowed for the match to be played in.
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RPG, Simulation, July 22, 2016


Daikoukai Jidai II (大航海時代II) is the sequel to Koei's simulation game Daikoukai Jidai, both a part of their Rékoeition Series. It was first released in 1993 on various Japanese computers before being ported to a variety of other systems, including to the Sega Mega Drive (1994; US/JP) and Sega Saturn (1997; JP). Western releases called the game New Horizons.
For whatever reason the Japanese Saturn release was given "Rékoeition" as the genre.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
Daikoukai Jidai II is the sequel to Koei's simulation game Daikoukai Jidai, both a part of their Rékoeition Series. It was first released in 1993 on various Japanese computers before being ported to a variety of other systems, including to the Sega Mega Drive (1994; US/JP) and Sega Saturn (1997; JP). Western releases called the game New Horizons.

For whatever reason the Japanese Saturn release was given "Rékoeition" as the genre.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
Deer Hunter is a series of hunting simulation video games. Originally available for Windows platform published by WizardWorks Software, it was also published on Mac, and later on Game Boy Color, PlayStation 2, and mobile phones. The first game in the series was developed for only USD$125,000, yet sold over a million copies and topped the PC game charts. It was an early success in the casual game market.

The original game was released in November, 1997. In 2003 Southlogic Studios was commissioned by WizardWorks Software to develop Trophy Hunter 2003 and because of Trophy Hunter's success, they took over the development of the Deer Hunter franchise, with Deer Hunter 2004 and Deer Hunter 2005, distributed by Atari. Glu Mobile acquired the entire franchise in April 2012. The original Deer Hunter and its sequel Deer Hunter II have also been released for Macintosh computers.

Gameplay usually takes place in a thick forest or meadow during different seasons of the year. Animals and objects other than deer can be seen while playing, including Bigfoot and UFOs in some incarnations, but these serve no purpose other than scenery. Some animals may be shot and killed, but the player receives no trophy and will be penalized if the animal was a protected species. In the latest versions, players can also manage a deer herd with deer growth and genetics deciding the traits of offspring.
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Shooter, Simulation, July 9, 2016
Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf, called Desert Strike: Wangan Sakusen in Japan and better known simply as Desert Strike, is an isometric-projection shoot-em-up by Electronic Arts released for the Sega Mega Drive in 1992, and subsequently ported to other platforms. It is the first game in EA's so-called Strike series of isometric shoot-em-ups.

A terrorist named General Kilbaba violently takes over a small Arab emirate and plans a major nuclear strike, to which the president of the United States orders a helicopter (A Super Apache as named in game) team in the Special Forces to intervene. You are in control of one such helicopter.
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Simulation, July 9, 2016
Dominus is an unreleased Sega Mega Drive strategy game developed by Virtual Concepts and set to be published by Asciiware. It was cancelled for unknown reasons, though a IBM PC port published by U.S. Gold was released in 1994. A SNES version was also planned but suffered a similar fate.
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