A Battle Chess clone based on the Terminator franchise. I’m sure teaching a computer how to strategize, analyze, and make military decisions will have no unforeseen consequences at all.
Sega starts up its own brawling franchise. Clean up the 16-bit streets with three rough and ready fighters, in an average, but fun, freshman effort.
Another shameless attempt at being relevant? Well, the Olympics do only come once every four years. Check out Konami’s 8-bit love letter to all things track and field.
Morgan Adams looks for treasure in all the wrong places.
The first Twisted Metal offers a pretty solid take on arena car combat. Stronger multiplayer waits for later editions, though.
1996’s vision of Eugene Jarvis’ Defender for the new millennium. One of the last of the Jaguar’s official releases.