Formerly known as Final Fantasy III in North America, Final Fantasy VI follows a diverse group of heroes as they fight to defeat Kefka, a megalomaniac intent on using a combination of long-lost magic and technology to take over the world.
Super Metroid is the third game in the Metroid series and the only Metroid game to be released on the Super Nintendo. It has become widely revered for its gameplay, atmosphere, and environmental storytelling, and continues to inspire many action-adventure games.
Created by the twisted minds at Shiny Entertainment (led by Dave Perry and Doug TenNapel), Earthworm Jim is a nonsensical side-scrolling platform game that allows the player to venture through the galaxy as an earthworm trapped in a futuristic space-suit to rescue Princess What's-Her-Name.
After the events of Doom, Hell has found its way to Earth. The last living scientists develop a plan to evacuate what's remaining of the human race with enormous space ships. Unfortunately, the Demons have taken control of the only spaceport, and it's up to the protagonist to take it back.
Play as Sonic or Knuckles as the power of the floating island's Master Emerald is revealed in this concluding sequel to Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (now featuring a unique lock-on technology, granting special features when "locked on" to certain other games).
Killer Instinct is a two-player fighting game that debuted in 1994. It used pre-rendered 3D characters instead of sprites, impressive for its time, and helped cement combo systems and finishing moves as fighting genre staples.
The sequel to Breath of Fire, centering around a descendant of the Dragon Clan, Ryu. He has the ability to transform into a dragon, and together with his friends, must fight a powerful demon lord to save the world. The game was originally released in 1994.
The successor to Totally Games' Star Wars: X-Wing, TIE Fighter takes the same space combat engine and turns the tables, allowing players to hunt down Rebel scum and rise through the ranks of the Imperial Navy.
Tekken is the 3D fighting game made by Namco. It would first appear in the arcades in 1994, then later on the Playstation home gaming console in 1995. Its popularity has spawned more than six subsequent Tekken games as well as spin-offs.
The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers is a side-scrolling action game in which you start each level as one of five characters and morph into a Power Ranger halfway through the level. The game was developed by Natsume and published by Bandai.