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Sport, March 1, 2017
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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Sport, July 9, 2016
720 Degrees, or 720°, is a 1986 arcade game by Atari Games. 720°, a skateboarding game, is notable in that along with BMX Simulator, it is one of the first extreme sports video games, and has a unique timed structure that requires the player score points in order to keep the game going. The game's name comes from the "ultimate" trick, turning a full 720° (two complete circles) in the air after jumping off a ramp. 720° has the player controlling a skateboarder ripping around a middle-class neighborhood. By doing jumps and tricks, the player can eventually acquire enough points to compete at a skate park.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Arch Rivals is a basketball arcade game released by Midway in 1989. Billed by Midway as "A Basket Brawl", the game features two-on-two full court basketball games in which players are encouraged to punch opposing players and steal the ball from them.

Arch Rivals allows players to select from a variety of fictional teams (although arcade operators can change the team names to reflect real ones) and players. One playable character, "Tyrone" was also featured in the animated Power Team segments of the television series Video Power. Home versions of the game were released for the Nintendo Entertainment System, the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive as well as the Game Gear. Emulated versions of the game were included in the compilations Midway Arcade Treasures 2, Midway Arcade Treasures Deluxe Edition, and Midway Arcade Origins.

The game has been considered a forerunner to Midway's popular arcade basketball game, NBA Jam.
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Sport, Race, June 1, 2017
Baken Hisshou Gaku: Gate In is a Sports game, developed by Graphic Research and published by K Amusement Leasing, which was released in Japan in 1990.
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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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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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Sport, July 9, 2016
Goal! Two is a soccer (football) video game developed by Tose for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), and published by Jaleco in 1992. Goal! Two is the NES version of Goal! (1992), which Jaleco retitled Super Goal! for European markets. Goal! and Super Goal! are localizations of Super Cup Soccer, Tose's first soccer title for the Super Famicom. Jaleco published Goal! and Super Goal! for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in December 1992, shortly after Goal Two! for the NES. For the French release of the NES version, Jaleco secured an endorsement from French international footballer Eric Cantona, who had just transferred to Manchester United F.C.. The French packaging bears the name and likeness of Cantona, with the prefixed title Eric Cantona Football Challenge: Goal! 2. The SNES title Eric Cantona Football Challenge, however, is an internationalization of Striker (Rage Software 1992).

Goal! Two is Tose's first sequel to the NES title Goal! (1989). Goal! for NES is a localization of Moero 5!! Pro Soccer (1988), the fifth installment in the long-running Moero!! sports game series. The Goal! video game series is a spin-off of the Japanese Moero!! series. Jaleco followed [Super] Goal! with Super Goal! 2 (1994), a localization of Takeda Nobuhiro no Super Cup Soccer (1993). An additional Super Famicom installment, Takeda Nobuhiro no Super League Soccer (1994) was not published outside Japan.
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Sport, Fight, July 9, 2016
George Foreman's K.O Boxing is a boxing video game produced by Acclaim, featuring boxer George Foreman, released in 1992. Years later, Acclaim released another game featuring Foreman, Foreman For Real.
George Foreman's KO Boxing was released in 1992 for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and other 16-bit gaming consoles such as the Super Nintendo Entertainment System that features multiple heavyweight champion George Foreman. A version for the Nintendo Entertainment System was released as well. The game was also later available on the 8-bit Sega Master System, and the Sega Game Gear. These two versions differ greatly from the other releases and were based on the Master System version of James Buster Douglas Knockout Boxing.

In the 16-bit versions, the player takes a generic boxer and must go on to defeat other generic boxers in the game in order to take on George Foreman in a 12-round boxing match featuring toe-to-toe action. Instant replays of every knockout provide a realistic pay-per-view look to the action that is going on in the screen. The game uses various camera angles for added realism. Every time that someone gets damages, his face in the photo becomes more bruised and eventually starts to show blood. A password system is used in career mode to save progress in the game in lieu of battery backup.

Like Punch-Out!!, players are given the option to block the opponent's attempted punches, evading in two different directions, and throwing a wide variety of punches.
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Sport, November 26, 2016
Goal! is a soccer sim developed by TOSE and published by Jaleco for the NES and was released in all regions. It is not to be confused with Dino Dini's Goal!, a soccer game created by Virgin Games and an unofficial sequel to Kick Off, nor is it to be confused with its SNES sequel Super Goal!, which was released in the US as simply Goal!.

Unlike many soccer games at the time, the game uses an isometric perspective of the field rather than a straight horizontal or vertical view of the pitch. This would become a more common viewpoint in later soccer games, including EA's FIFA series among others.

The game is based on the World Cup international soccer tournament and allows players to choose from national sides only.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Goal! Two is a soccer (football) video game developed by Tose for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), and published by Jaleco in 1992. Goal! Two is the NES version of Goal! (1992), which Jaleco retitled Super Goal! for European markets. Goal! and Super Goal! are localizations of Super Cup Soccer, Tose's first soccer title for the Super Famicom. Jaleco published Goal! and Super Goal! for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in December 1992,[1] shortly after Goal Two! for the NES.

For the French release of the NES version, Jaleco secured an endorsement from French international footballer Eric Cantona, who had just transferred to Manchester United F.C.. The French packaging bears the name and likeness of Cantona, with the prefixed title Eric Cantona Football Challenge: Goal! 2. The SNES title Eric Cantona Football Challenge, however, is an internationalization of Striker (Rage Software 1992).

Goal! Two is Tose's first sequel to the NES title Goal! (1989). Goal! for NES is a localization of Moero 5!! Pro Soccer (1988), the fifth installment in the long-running Moero!! sports game series. The Goal! video game series is a spin-off of the Japanese Moero!! series.

Jaleco followed [Super] Goal! with Super Goal! 2 (1994), a localization of Takeda Nobuhiro no Super Cup Soccer (1993). An additional Super Famicom installment, Takeda Nobuhiro no Super League Soccer (1994) was not published outside Japan.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Meimon! Daisan Yakyuubu is a Sports game, developed by Human Entertainment and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1989.
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Sport, Simulation, July 9, 2016
Moero!! Pro Yakyuu 88 - Ketteiban was a 1989 Nintendo Entertainment System traditional baseball simulation video game. No attempt was made to release the game in Australia, North America, Europe, or anywhere else in the world.
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Sport, July 9, 2016
Nantettatte!! Baseball is a baseball game with the innovative feature of being able to update team rosters without needing to buy a brand new full price game. This is done by inserting a mini-cartridge that updates the roster into the main game.
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Sport, June 1, 2017
Rackets & Rivals is a Sports game, developed and published by Palcom, which was released in Europe in 1993.
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