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  4.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Ax Battler - A Legend of Golden</path>
  5.     <name>Ax Battler: A Legend of Golden Axe</name>
  6.     <cover />
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  8.     <marquee />
  9.     <rating />
  10.     <desc>Use your wits and your razor sharp sword to recapture the Golden Axe from the diabolical Death Adder. Defeat skeletons and giant bats in dark, deep chasms and caves. And summon Earth, Thunder and Fire Magic to fight gargoyles that come to life before your eyes!</desc>
  11.     <releasedate>19910101</releasedate>
  12.     <developer>Aspect</developer>
  13.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  14.     <genre>Action</genre>
  15.     <players />
  16.   </game>
  17.   <game>
  18.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Ayrton Senna&apos;s Super Monaco GP</path>
  19.     <name>Ayrton Senna&apos;s Super Monaco GP II</name>
  20.     <cover />
  21.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Ayrton Senna&apos;s Super Monaco GP II.png</image>
  22.     <marquee />
  23.     <rating />
  24.     <desc>Ayrton Senna&apos;s Super Monaco GP II (アイルトン・セナ スーパーモナコGP II) or simply Super Monaco GP II is a racing game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear in 1992. It is a sequel to Super Monaco GP, but this time the game is sponsored by Ayrton Senna (who won the Monaco Grand Prix six times). Also unlike the previous game, Super Monaco GP II was not released in arcades or for any non-Sega console or computer.
  26. At the time of release it was regarded as the most realistic racing experience on home video game consoles, and the fact that it was endorsed by Ayrton Senna meant the game was very popular. However, due to these celebrity endorsements, it is unlikely Super Monaco GP II will be re-released without cutbacks.</desc>
  27.     <releasedate>19920101</releasedate>
  28.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  29.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  30.     <genre>Racing</genre>
  31.     <players>1</players>
  32.   </game>
  33.   <game>
  34.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey</path>
  35.     <name>Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse</name>
  36.     <cover />
  37.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse.png</image>
  38.     <marquee />
  39.     <rating>0.6</rating>
  40.     <desc>Minnie Mouse has been kidnapped by the evil witch Mizrabel, and it&apos;s up to Mickey Mouse to venture through the mysterious worlds of the Castle of Illusion to rescue her in this 2D platformer (and collaboration between Disney and Sega).</desc>
  41.     <releasedate>19910426</releasedate>
  42.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  43.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  44.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  45.     <players />
  46.   </game>
  47.   <game>
  48.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald</path>
  49.     <name>Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald Duck</name>
  50.     <cover />
  51.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald Duck.png</image>
  52.     <marquee />
  53.     <rating />
  54.     <desc>Uncle Scrooge found a magical necklace on a mysterious island, but the necklace put a curse on him. Now Uncle Scrooge is doomed to float around in the air forever! (Of course Donald always said Scrooge was full of hot air anyway!) To take the curse off Uncle Scrooge, Donald has to take the necklace back to the island. But there&apos;s plenty of danger awaiting Donald there. How about lending him a hand?</desc>
  55.     <releasedate>19931217</releasedate>
  56.     <developer>Aspect</developer>
  57.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  58.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  59.     <players />
  60.   </game>
  61.   <game>
  62.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Defenders of</path>
  63.     <name>Defenders of Oasis</name>
  64.     <cover />
  65.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Defenders of Oasis.png</image>
  66.     <marquee />
  67.     <rating />
  68.     <desc>As the Prince, you must defend the world of Oasis from the dark forces in this challenging real-time role-playing game!</desc>
  69.     <releasedate>19920918</releasedate>
  70.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  71.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  72.     <genre>Role-Playing</genre>
  73.     <players />
  74.   </game>
  75.   <game>
  76.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Desert Strike - Return to the</path>
  77.     <name>Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf</name>
  78.     <cover />
  79.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Desert Strike - Return to the Gulf.png</image>
  80.     <marquee />
  81.     <rating />
  82.     <desc>The Scuds are back! With a fiery blast from your Hellfire missiles you must annihilate a ruthless tyrant&apos;s military arsenal. Smoke his private yacht and tear into his air force as you challenge the Madman&apos;s forces in a series of surgical strikes. Rip through lots of fiery missions. Force is highly recommended.</desc>
  83.     <releasedate>19940101</releasedate>
  84.     <developer>Electronic Arts</developer>
  85.     <publisher>Domark</publisher>
  86.     <genre>Action</genre>
  87.     <players />
  88.   </game>
  89.   <game>
  90.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Dragon</path>
  91.     <name>Dragon Crystal</name>
  92.     <cover />
  93.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Dragon Crystal.png</image>
  94.     <marquee />
  95.     <rating />
  96.     <desc>You&apos;re caught in a fantastic world of unearthly beauty and deadly demons. You&apos;ll pass through thirty worlds in search of the Magic Goblet. There&apos;s no way out of this musical nightmare...until you find it.</desc>
  97.     <releasedate>19900101</releasedate>
  98.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  99.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  100.     <genre>Role-Playing</genre>
  101.     <players />
  102.   </game>
  103.   <game>
  104.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Dynamite</path>
  105.     <name>Dynamite Headdy</name>
  106.     <cover />
  107.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Dynamite Headdy.png</image>
  108.     <marquee />
  109.     <rating />
  110.     <desc>Hot-headed Headdy gets into some real head-banging to thwart the Dark Demon&apos;s devious deeds. This wacky headcase is up to his neck in surprises! Switch heads to match the job! Over 15 heads to choose from! Bash heavy objects with Slammer Head! Suck up foes with Vacuum Head! Stick it to your enemies with Spike Head! Headdy&apos;s spring-loaded head gets him where he&apos;s gotta go! Use it to swing over ledges, grab onto objects and shoot hoops in the basketball bonus round. Use your head to whiz through a radical variety of play! Action, shooting and strategy speed you on to a surprise ending!</desc>
  111.     <releasedate>19940101</releasedate>
  112.     <developer>Minato Giken</developer>
  113.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  114.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  115.     <players />
  116.   </game>
  117.   <game>
  118.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Ecco the</path>
  119.     <name>Ecco the Dolphin</name>
  120.     <cover />
  121.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Ecco the Dolphin.png</image>
  122.     <marquee />
  123.     <rating />
  124.     <desc>You are Ecco, a powerful young dolphin. A mysterious storm has swept your family from the sea. The search to find them will take you through vast underwater realms of treachery, beauty and adventure. Use your sonar to discover hidden caverns and unlock the secrets of crystal glyphs. Charge packs of bloodthirsty sharks. Dive deep... but don&apos;t linger too long, because you&apos;re a mammal and need air to breathe. In your quest, you&apos;ll discover that more than your family&apos;s safety is at stake. The fate of the whole world rests on your wits and fins. Explore giant levels of solving puzzles and fighting denizens of the sea. Knife through the waters, flip above the waves, with motions created from real dolphins.</desc>
  125.     <releasedate>19940311</releasedate>
  126.     <developer>Novotrade</developer>
  127.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  128.     <genre>Action</genre>
  129.     <players>1</players>
  130.   </game>
  131.   <game>
  132.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Fantasy</path>
  133.     <name>Fantasy Zone</name>
  134.     <cover />
  135.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Fantasy Zone.png</image>
  136.     <marquee />
  137.     <rating />
  138.     <desc>Take command of the spaceship Opa-Opa and blast your way through various fantastical levels as you try to take out all the enemy bases in each stage. Once you&apos;ve destroyed the bases, you&apos;ll have to beat the stage boss in order to move on to the next level. By using your guns and bombs wisely, you&apos;ll be able to take down your enemies and explore each of the crazy environments in this side-scroller. You can also buy upgraded weapons for your ship by accessing the shop.</desc>
  139.     <releasedate>19910101</releasedate>
  140.     <developer>Sanritsu</developer>
  141.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  142.     <genre>Shooter</genre>
  143.     <players />
  144.     <kidgame>true</kidgame>
  145.   </game>
  146.   <game>
  147.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Frank Thomas Big Hurt</path>
  148.     <name>Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball</name>
  149.     <cover />
  150.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball.png</image>
  151.     <marquee />
  152.     <rating />
  153.     <desc>Frank wanted big league technology to match his two-time MVP award-winning style. He wanted authentic gameplay like pitchers losing arm strength. He wanted CD-quality sound FX including umpire calls, crowd cheering and bat cracking. He wanted 8 pitch selections and 27 stat categories. He wanted 6 modes of play including Season, All-Star Game, Home Run Derby, Playoffs, and Batting Practice. He wanted 28 3D rendered stadiums to crank home runs. He wanted motion captured sprites. And he wanted a ton of camera angles to check out all the action... he got it!</desc>
  154.     <releasedate>19950101</releasedate>
  155.     <developer>Realtime Associates</developer>
  156.     <publisher>Acclaim</publisher>
  157.     <genre>Sports</genre>
  158.     <players />
  159.   </game>
  160.   <game>
  161.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Fred Couples</path>
  162.     <name>Fred Couples Golf</name>
  163.     <cover />
  164.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Fred Couples Golf.png</image>
  165.     <marquee />
  166.     <rating />
  167.     <desc>Fred Couples Golf is a Sports game, developed by Sims and published by Sega, which was released in 1994.</desc>
  168.     <releasedate>19940101</releasedate>
  169.     <developer>Sims</developer>
  170.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  171.     <genre>Sports</genre>
  172.     <players />
  173.   </game>
  174.   <game>
  175.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/G-LOC - Air</path>
  176.     <name>G-LOC Air Battle</name>
  177.     <cover />
  178.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/G-LOC - Air Battle.png</image>
  179.     <marquee />
  180.     <rating />
  181.     <desc>The enemy has started its attack. They&apos;ve mobilized their air force and land forces for a major assault. You&apos;re stationed on an aircraft carrier on the front line, and it&apos;s up to you to show them what an ace pilot can really do!</desc>
  182.     <releasedate>19910101</releasedate>
  183.     <developer>Sega AM2</developer>
  184.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  185.     <genre>Action, Flight Simulator</genre>
  186.     <players>1</players>
  187.   </game>
  188.   <game>
  189.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Garfield - Caught in the</path>
  190.     <name>Garfield: Caught in the Act</name>
  191.     <cover />
  192.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Garfield - Caught in the Act.png</image>
  193.     <marquee />
  194.     <rating />
  195.     <desc>Welcome to the colorful world of Garfield and his friends. In this, the first ever 8MB GameGear game, you will see exciting adventures and take part in motion picture escapades which combine action, comedy and lots of attitude. Garfield makes his debut as a TV and video game star in full technicolor glory across hundreds of huge levels, on this, the biggest ever GameGear game!</desc>
  196.     <releasedate>19951214</releasedate>
  197.     <developer>Novotrade</developer>
  198.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  199.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  200.     <players />
  201.   </game>
  202.   <game>
  203.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/James Pond II - Codename</path>
  204.     <name>James Pond II: Codename RoboCod</name>
  205.     <cover />
  206.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/James Pond II - Codename RoboCod.png</image>
  207.     <marquee />
  208.     <rating />
  209.     <desc>To: James Pond... For your fish eyes only! Pond, the fiendish Dr. Maybe is back. His bombs are ticking in the North Pole toy factories. No human crime fighter has been able to defeat him. So F.I.S.H. (Finned Investigators of Shady Humans) has designed a special Robosuit for your survival on land. Pond, go to it! Remember, Dr. Maybe has a screw loose, so stay on your fins!</desc>
  210.     <releasedate>19930101</releasedate>
  211.     <developer>Millenium Interactive</developer>
  212.     <publisher>U.S. Gold</publisher>
  213.     <genre>Action</genre>
  214.     <players />
  215.     <kidgame>true</kidgame>
  216.   </game>
  217.   <game>
  218.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Joe Montana</path>
  219.     <name>Joe Montana Football</name>
  220.     <cover />
  221.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Joe Montana Football.png</image>
  222.     <marquee />
  223.     <rating />
  224.     <desc>It&apos;s a snap! This is your chance to rub shoulder pads with Joe Montana, the man who led the &quot;Team of the Eighties&quot; to four Super Bowl Championships. You provide all the fourth quarter heroics, play-calling brilliance, and pinpoint passing as you hit the field against any of 28 pro teams. Call all your own plays! Each team has a playbook with 17 offensive and six defensive options. Pick the play that you think will work best, or take the advice of Joe Montana himself, as he recommends the play he would call in each situation. You control the action on the field by switching to the key players as the play unfolds. Your strength and speed will vary by position, just like the real sport. Knock helmets with the computer or punch holes in a friend&apos;s defense. Can you keep your head cool and your passing arm hot? Pick your team. Choose the plays. Think you have what it takes to be the next Joe Montana?</desc>
  225.     <releasedate>19910806</releasedate>
  226.     <developer>Blue Sky Software</developer>
  227.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  228.     <genre>Sports</genre>
  229.     <players />
  230.   </game>
  231.   <game>
  232.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Jungle</path>
  233.     <name>Jungle Strike</name>
  234.     <cover />
  235.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Jungle Strike.png</image>
  236.     <marquee />
  237.     <rating />
  238.     <desc>A boat armed with nuclear weapons blows up a remote Pacific island. The explosion was to demonstrate the ability of a terrorist arms dealer, Ibn Kilbaba. The son of the now-deceased terrorist from Desert Strike, who has teamed up with the notorious drug dealing fugitive Carlos Ortega. Whose capture cost many military lives. to take revenge on the US by blowing up Washington, DC. The original Special Forces helicopter team is now called to stop both men using the Super Comachine Attack Chopper.</desc>
  239.     <releasedate>19950101</releasedate>
  240.     <developer>EA, electronic arts</developer>
  241.     <publisher>EA, electronic arts</publisher>
  242.     <genre>Shooter</genre>
  243.     <players>1</players>
  244.   </game>
  245.   <game>
  246.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Jurassic</path>
  247.     <name>Jurassic Park</name>
  248.     <cover />
  249.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Jurassic Park.png</image>
  250.     <marquee />
  251.     <rating />
  252.     <desc>One of many games based on the 1993 blockbuster Jurassic Park, the version for Sega&apos;s 8-bit systems combines side-scrolling shooting action and platforming levels.
  254. In each of the five stages of the game, one escaped dinosaur species must be recaptured. Each level begins with a side-scrolling driving section. Dinosaurs attack the car and must be fend off by firing at them with a crosshair. If the player survives long enough, a boss battle against an especially powerful dinosaur follows.
  256. After the completion of the driving section the level continues with a platform section. The player must jump, duck and climb to survive moving lifts, floors that will crumble under his feet, environmental hazards like acid drops, steam leaks or giant boulders and more. Dinosaurs will of course also stand in the way, but can be defeated by using several weapons: a rifle, a grenade launcher and hand grenades. Navigating the often maze-like levels will lead to the dinosaur that must be captured and a corresponding boss fight.
  258. The first four levels (featuring a Velociraptor, Pteranodon, Triceratops and Brachiosaurus) can be tackled in any order, but the final level, featuring the Tyrannosaurus Rex, is only unlocked when the others have been completed.</desc>
  259.     <releasedate>19931001</releasedate>
  260.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  261.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  262.     <genre>Action</genre>
  263.     <players>1</players>
  264.   </game>
  265.   <game>
  266.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Land of Illusion Starring Mickey</path>
  267.     <name>Land of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse</name>
  268.     <cover />
  269.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Land of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse.png</image>
  270.     <marquee />
  271.     <rating />
  272.     <desc>Mickey finds himself in a fairy tale land where an evil Phantom-in-the-Clouds has stolen a special gem which brought peace and prosperity to a tiny village. It&apos;s up to you to help him save the day - and earn a place in Minnie&apos;s heart!</desc>
  273.     <releasedate>19930101</releasedate>
  274.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  275.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  276.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  277.     <players />
  278.     <kidgame>true</kidgame>
  279.   </game>
  280.   <game>
  281.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Legend of Illusion Starring Mickey</path>
  282.     <name>Legend of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse</name>
  283.     <cover />
  284.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Legend of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse.png</image>
  285.     <marquee />
  286.     <rating />
  287.     <desc>Mickey is tricked into a perilous quest when the kingdom is threatened by an evil cloud of darkness. As temporary king, Mickey must solve riddles, find maps and avoid trickery across 5 magical lands to save the Tree of Life from the cowardly King Pete.</desc>
  288.     <releasedate>19950101</releasedate>
  289.     <developer>Aspect</developer>
  290.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  291.     <genre>Action</genre>
  292.     <players>1</players>
  293.   </game>
  294.   <game>
  295.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Mortal</path>
  296.     <name>Mortal Kombat</name>
  297.     <cover />
  298.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Mortal Kombat.png</image>
  299.     <marquee />
  300.     <rating>0.7</rating>
  301.     <desc>Mortal Kombat is a side-scrolling 1 on 1 fighting game. Fighting is set as one on one kombat, allowing each player to perform a variety of punches, kicks, and special moves in order to defeat their opponent. When the opponent faces their second round loss, the winner can perform a finishing move called a &quot;Fatality&quot; on the loser. The Fatality is a move unique to each fighter that graphically kills the loser in a blood-soaked finale.</desc>
  302.     <releasedate>19921008</releasedate>
  303.     <developer>Williams Entertainment Inc</developer>
  304.     <publisher>Williams Entertainment Inc</publisher>
  305.     <genre>Fighting</genre>
  306.     <players />
  307.   </game>
  308.   <game>
  309.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Mortal Kombat</path>
  310.     <name>Mortal Kombat II</name>
  311.     <cover />
  312.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Mortal Kombat II.png</image>
  313.     <marquee />
  314.     <rating />
  315.     <desc>NOTHING, NOTHING CAN PREPARE YOU! All the fierce kombatants of the #1 arcade smash gather for Mortal Kombat II, a battle to defeat the shape-shifting demon Shang Tsung and his ruthless master, Shao Kahn. Brutal special moves, Friendships, Babalities, hidden surprises, crushing combos and outrageous finishing moves - ALL yours to kommand. Let the Kombat kontinue...</desc>
  316.     <releasedate>19940909</releasedate>
  317.     <developer>Probe Entertainment</developer>
  318.     <publisher>Acclaim</publisher>
  319.     <genre>Fighting</genre>
  320.     <players>2</players>
  321.   </game>
  322.   <game>
  323.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/NBA</path>
  324.     <name>NBA Jam</name>
  325.     <cover />
  326.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/NBA Jam.png</image>
  327.     <marquee />
  328.     <rating>1</rating>
  329.     <desc>NBA Jam, which featured 2-on-2 basketball, was one of the first real playable basketball arcade games, and was also one of the first sports games to feature NBA-licensed teams and players, and their real digitized likenesses. A key feature of NBA Jam was the exaggerated nature of the play - players jumped many times above their own height, making slam dunks that defied both human capabilities and the laws of physics. There were no fouls, free throws, or violations except goaltending and 24 second violations. This meant the player was able to freely shove or elbow his opponent out of the way. Additionally, the game had an &quot;on fire&quot; feature, where if one player made three baskets in a row, he would become &quot;on fire&quot; and have unlimited turbo, no goaltending, and increased shooting ability, until the other team scored (or the player had scored four consecutive baskets while &quot;on fire&quot;).</desc>
  330.     <releasedate>19931020</releasedate>
  331.     <developer>Midway</developer>
  332.     <publisher>Acclaim</publisher>
  333.     <genre>Sports</genre>
  334.     <players>2</players>
  335.     <kidgame>true</kidgame>
  336.   </game>
  337.   <game>
  338.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/NBA Jam Tournament</path>
  339.     <name>NBA Jam Tournament Edition</name>
  340.     <cover />
  341.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/NBA Jam Tournament Edition.png</image>
  342.     <marquee />
  343.     <rating />
  344.     <desc>NBA JAM Tournament Edition brings you more senses-shattering slam dunking excitement than ever! More than twice as many NBA superstars, more than double the secret characters, Hot Spots, Super Jam Power-Ups, battery back-up and - OH MY - nine all-new rim-rattling slam dunks plus all the original jams! NBA JAM Tournament Edition... it&apos;s on FIRE!</desc>
  345.     <releasedate>19950101</releasedate>
  346.     <developer>Midway</developer>
  347.     <publisher>Acclaim</publisher>
  348.     <genre>Sports</genre>
  349.     <players />
  350.     <kidgame>true</kidgame>
  351.   </game>
  352.   <game>
  353.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/NFL Quarterback</path>
  354.     <name>NFL Quarterback Club</name>
  355.     <cover />
  356.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/NFL Quarterback Club.png</image>
  357.     <marquee />
  358.     <rating />
  359.     <desc>NFL Quarterback Club, called NFL Quarterback Club &apos;95 in Japan, is an American football game released for the Sega Mega Drive, Sega 32X and Sega Game Gear. It was the first in the NFL Quarterback Club series and was followed by NFL Quarterback Club 96.</desc>
  360.     <releasedate>19940101</releasedate>
  361.     <developer>Condor</developer>
  362.     <publisher>Acclaim</publisher>
  363.     <genre>Sports</genre>
  364.     <players />
  365.   </game>
  366.   <game>
  367.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Out Run</path>
  368.     <name>OutRun Europa</name>
  369.     <cover />
  370.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Out Run Europa.png</image>
  371.     <marquee />
  372.     <rating />
  373.     <desc>Outrun Europa - a 7 stage race across Europe, in an attempt to avoid capture. Race across the English Channel on a super-fast jetski, battle bumper-to-bumper with secret agents in your Porsche 911 or Ferrari F40, hit 170 mph through congested streets on your adrenaline-pumping Yamaha GP. Break waves in the Med on your turbo-charged power boat and foil your enemies as you seek to retrieve secret files. This time only your wits, courage and sheer driving skill will determine your fate!</desc>
  374.     <releasedate>19910101</releasedate>
  375.     <developer>Probe Entertainment Limited</developer>
  376.     <publisher>U.S. Gold</publisher>
  377.     <genre>Racing</genre>
  378.     <players />
  379.   </game>
  380.   <game>
  381.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/PGA Tour</path>
  382.     <name>PGA Tour Golf</name>
  383.     <cover />
  384.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/PGA Tour Golf.png</image>
  385.     <marquee />
  386.     <rating />
  387.     <desc>A hush comes over the crowd surrounding the 18th hole. After 27,032 yards, 71 holes, and four grueling rounds, a 23-foot birdie putt separates you and your first tournament victory. This is the big-time. PGA TOUR Golf puts all the excitement, fun, challenge and rewards of the real PGA TOUR right in your hands!</desc>
  388.     <releasedate>19940505</releasedate>
  389.     <developer>Sterling Silver Software</developer>
  390.     <publisher>Tengen</publisher>
  391.     <genre>Sports</genre>
  392.     <players />
  393.   </game>
  394.   <game>
  395.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/PGA Tour Golf</path>
  396.     <name>PGA Tour Golf II</name>
  397.     <cover />
  398.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/PGA Tour Golf II.png</image>
  399.     <marquee />
  400.     <rating />
  401.     <desc>PGA Tour Golf II is a Sports game, developed by Polygon Games and published by Time Warner Interactive, which was released in 1995</desc>
  402.     <releasedate>19950101</releasedate>
  403.     <developer>Polygon Games</developer>
  404.     <publisher>Time Warner Interactive</publisher>
  405.     <genre>Sports</genre>
  406.     <players />
  407.   </game>
  408.   <game>
  409.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Primal</path>
  410.     <name>Primal Rage</name>
  411.     <cover />
  412.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Primal Rage.png</image>
  413.     <marquee />
  414.     <rating />
  415.     <desc>Select one of the ferocious dinosaurs then pound your opponents into submission as you battle for Urth Domination. Blizzard&apos;s Freeze Breath and Ice Geyser fighting moves stop you cold just before his Mega Punch hammers you senseless. Diablo&apos;s Inferno Flash cooks up a firestorm in one dino barbecuing breath, and the foul, disgusting Chaos dazes you with an abundant supply of Power Puke, Farts of Fury, and Flying Butt Slams. Armadon&apos;s Gut Gouger and Gut Fling, Sauron&apos;s Cranium Crusher and Talon&apos;s Face Ripper and Shredding and Vertigo&apos;s Scorpion Sting - every original arcade fighting and fatality move is at your fingertips! Get Ready to Rage!</desc>
  416.     <releasedate>19950101</releasedate>
  417.     <developer>Probe Entertainment Limited</developer>
  418.     <publisher>Time Warner Interactive</publisher>
  419.     <genre>Action</genre>
  420.     <players />
  421.   </game>
  422.   <game>
  423.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Prince of</path>
  424.     <name>Prince of Persia</name>
  425.     <cover />
  426.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Prince of Persia.png</image>
  427.     <marquee />
  428.     <rating>0.7</rating>
  429.     <desc>Your sword fighting skills will be tested to the full in this amazing puzzle solving challenge. A multitude of secret passages, fantastic rooms, violent opponents and magic potions await you in a bid to foil the evil Grand Vizier Jafar and rescue the beautiful princess to become the PRINCE OF PERSIA.</desc>
  430.     <releasedate>19920101</releasedate>
  431.     <developer>Broderbund</developer>
  432.     <publisher>Tengen</publisher>
  433.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  434.     <players />
  435.   </game>
  436.   <game>
  437.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Quest for the Shaven Yak Starring Ren Hoek &amp;</path>
  438.     <name>Quest for the Shaven Yak starring Ren Hoek &amp; Stimpy</name>
  439.     <cover />
  440.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Quest for the Shaven Yak Starring Ren Hoek &amp; Stimpy.png</image>
  441.     <marquee />
  442.     <rating />
  443.     <desc>Bizarre perils await the TV heroes Ren &amp; Stimpy on their torturous quest to return the hooves of the Great Shaken Yak!</desc>
  444.     <releasedate>19940101</releasedate>
  445.     <developer>Realtime Associates</developer>
  446.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  447.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  448.     <players />
  449.   </game>
  450.   <game>
  451.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/</path>
  452.     <name>Ristar</name>
  453.     <cover />
  454.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Ristar.png</image>
  455.     <marquee />
  456.     <rating />
  457.     <desc>Ristar, known as Ristar the Shooting Star (リスター・ザ・シューティングスター Risutā za Shūtingu Sutā?) in Japan, is a platform video game released by Sega in 1995 for the Sega Game Gear. While sharing themes and gameplay elements from its main counterpart, Ristar, for the Sega Genesis, it is a largely different game. The game was well received by critics, who felt the gameplay mechanics were transferred over well to the older, aging Game Gear system, but were divided on whether or not the game was worth playing if both versions of the game were available to the consumer. The game received even less exposure than its Genesis counterpart, due to the Game Gear being towards the end of its lifecycle, and having less of a userbase to begin with in comparison to the Genesis.</desc>
  458.     <releasedate>19950101</releasedate>
  459.     <developer>Biox</developer>
  460.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  461.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  462.     <players>1</players>
  463.   </game>
  464.   <game>
  465.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Road</path>
  466.     <name>Road Rash</name>
  467.     <cover />
  468.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Road Rash.png</image>
  469.     <marquee />
  470.     <rating />
  471.     <desc>Road Rash is the name of a motorcycle-racing video game series by Electronic Arts in which the player participates in violent, illegal street races. The series started on the Mega Drive and made its way to various other systems over the years. The game&apos;s title is based on the slang term for the severe friction burns that can occur in a motorcycle fall where skin comes into contact with the ground at high speed.
  473. In an attempt to improve on the basic Hang-On concept, where the player&apos;s vehicle remains on the same horizontal plane and turns are essentially a matter of moving left or right, Road Rash requires that players contend with various grade changes. The physics reflect the act of going up or down a hill, as well as turning while climbing; this results in the ability to launch one&apos;s motorcycle great distances, resulting in crashes (and their animations). Aside from this, Road Rash has a standard system of obstacles including street signs, trees, poles, and livestock; and taking from OutRun, active traffic while racing against other bikers.
  475. What Road Rash really brings to the table is &quot;brawling&quot;; the player can fight other bikers with a variety of hand weapons or simple punches and kicks. The player initially starts off with just those basics, but can grab a weapon from another rider by timing a punch correctly. The list of weapons has grown with the games, starting from the clubs in the first Road Rash, and eventually including things like crowbars, nunchaku, and cattle prods. Whatever the weapon, successful attacks damage an opponent&apos;s stamina, and depleting this stamina will cause a biker to wipeout which can also damage the bike; this functions much like hitting a car or other major obstacle, and it all applies to you as much as to other racers (though in most of the games, you have more stamina than opponents).
  477. As mentioned before, the last and most major obstacle are cops. The motorcycle police officers fight the player as another opponent and serve as gameplay enforcers by culling players who fall too far behind or choose to explore the world rather than race in it. Losing a fight with an officer or being caught by one while off one&apos;s motorcycle causes the player to be Busted, ending the race.</desc>
  478.     <releasedate>19910101</releasedate>
  479.     <developer>Electronic Arts</developer>
  480.     <publisher>Electronic Arts</publisher>
  481.     <genre>Action, Racing</genre>
  482.     <players>1</players>
  483.   </game>
  484.   <game>
  485.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Shining Force II - The Sword of</path>
  486.     <name>Shining Force II: The Sword of Hajya</name>
  487.     <cover />
  488.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Shining Force II - The Sword of Hajya.png</image>
  489.     <marquee />
  490.     <rating />
  491.     <desc>The peaceful kingdom of Cypress has suddenly been disrupted by the corrupt ambition of the evil King Iom. Terror rampages across the land. The Castle of Cypress is invaded and the magical Sword of Hajya is taken! It will take strength, courage, agility and your keen sense of strategy to defy this ominous power.</desc>
  492.     <releasedate>19940101</releasedate>
  493.     <developer>Camelot Software Planning</developer>
  494.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  495.     <genre>Strategy</genre>
  496.     <players>1</players>
  497.   </game>
  498.   <game>
  499.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/</path>
  500.     <name>Shinobi</name>
  501.     <cover />
  502.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Shinobi.png</image>
  503.     <marquee />
  504.     <rating />
  505.     <desc>Shinobi. It&apos;s Japanese for stealth, the perfect description of a Master Ninja. And that&apos;s exactly what you are! Armed with throwing stars and finely-honed battle skills, you must defeat the Ring of Five. Fight your way past mercenaries and karate thugs. Take out the meanest martial artists and rescue hostages. But these dangers pale in comparison to your ultimate challenge: A fight to the death against five evil Ninja Assassins whose mastery of the deadly ancient arts may well surpass your own!</desc>
  506.     <releasedate>19910101</releasedate>
  507.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  508.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  509.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  510.     <players />
  511.   </game>
  512.   <game>
  513.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Shinobi II - The Silent</path>
  514.     <name>Shinobi II - The Silent Fury</name>
  515.     <cover />
  516.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Shinobi II - The Silent Fury.png</image>
  517.     <marquee />
  518.     <rating />
  519.     <desc>Shinobi™, the Ninja Master, returns with his team of expert warriors. Wage a bone-wrenching battle against a pack of evil ninjas who threaten the world. Attack with 5 different ninjas. Each has his own special Ninja Magic.
  520. Decimate opponents with swirling Tornado or awesome Earthquake attacks. Outmaneuver enemies with the incredible new Spider Walk. More power, more moves and more Ninja Magic than ever before.</desc>
  521.     <releasedate>19920101</releasedate>
  522.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  523.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  524.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  525.     <players />
  526.   </game>
  527.   <game>
  528.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Sonic</path>
  529.     <name>Sonic Blast</name>
  530.     <cover />
  531.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Sonic Blast.png</image>
  532.     <marquee />
  533.     <rating />
  534.     <desc>Fully rendered graphics thrust Sonic into an exciting 3D playing environment. An all new gameplay perspective puts you in the middle of Sonic&apos;s 3D adventure! The evil genius Robotnik is after the Chaos Emeralds and it&apos;s up to Sonic to stop him. Rescue the innocent Flickies before Robotnik turns them into part of his evil plan!</desc>
  535.     <releasedate>19960101</releasedate>
  536.     <developer>Aspect</developer>
  537.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  538.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  539.     <players />
  540.   </game>
  541.   <game>
  542.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Sonic Drift</path>
  543.     <name>Sonic Drift 2</name>
  544.     <cover />
  545.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Sonic Drift 2.png</image>
  546.     <marquee />
  547.     <rating />
  548.     <desc>Start your engines and prepare for the race of your life! Choose from 7 of your favorite characters including Sonic, Knuckles and Robotnik, each with his own special powers. Plug in your Gear to Gear connector and take on a friend through over 17 courses in the ultimate Chaos Grand Prix!</desc>
  549.     <releasedate>19950101</releasedate>
  550.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  551.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  552.     <genre>Racing</genre>
  553.     <players />
  554.   </game>
  555.   <game>
  556.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Sonic</path>
  557.     <name>Sonic Labyrinth</name>
  558.     <cover />
  559.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Sonic Labyrinth.png</image>
  560.     <marquee />
  561.     <rating />
  562.     <desc>Dr. Robotnik has created a world of 3D mazes, into which he has thrown Sonic and added a whole new dimension to his life! Now the Dude with Attitude can spin dash in every direction - collecting keys to access hidden levels and bonus rooms as he never could before. Can you help guide Sonic through the maze and past the all-new clan of evil Bosses to defeat the damnable Doctor?</desc>
  563.     <releasedate>19950101</releasedate>
  564.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  565.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  566.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  567.     <players />
  568.   </game>
  569.   <game>
  570.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Sonic The</path>
  571.     <name>Sonic the Hedgehog</name>
  572.     <cover />
  573.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Sonic The Hedgehog.png</image>
  574.     <marquee />
  575.     <rating>0.7</rating>
  576.     <desc>It&apos;s Super Sonic!!! He&apos;s here! It&apos;s Sonic The Hedgehog on Game Gear! And he&apos;s busting the speed barrier wide open! Blaze by in a blur with his supersonic spin attack. Soar through the tingling rings for super scores. And dash past trouble with Sonic&apos;s power-sneakers. Smirk in the face of danger as you sail over glistening hills, scuttle over crumbling bridges and hops rocks in a raging waterfall. Swim through underwater passageways. And plummet down tunnels. Are you ready for life in the fast lane? Then get into gear... with Sonic The Hedgehog on Game Gear! Super pace! Super graphics! And Sonic&apos;s super attitude! Soar through BONUS LEVELS brimming with springs, bumpers, flippers, and more. 5 super challenging zones with 3 acts in each zone.</desc>
  577.     <releasedate>19910623</releasedate>
  578.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  579.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  580.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  581.     <players>1</players>
  582.   </game>
  583.   <game>
  584.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Sonic The Hedgehog - Triple</path>
  585.     <name>Sonic The Hedgehog - Triple Trouble</name>
  586.     <cover />
  587.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Sonic The Hedgehog - Triple Trouble.png</image>
  588.     <marquee />
  589.     <rating />
  590.     <desc>Sonic and Tails are back with three times the fun and three times the trouble! Dr. Robotnik is building the ultimate super-weapon with the help of Knuckles, but you can stop him by getting the Chaos Emeralds first. Rip across snow and water on Sonic&apos;s new jet skateboard or zip underwater in Tails&apos; &quot;Sea Fox&quot;. But look out - Nack the Weasel is after the Emeralds, too!</desc>
  591.     <releasedate>19941115</releasedate>
  592.     <developer>Aspect</developer>
  593.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  594.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  595.     <players>1</players>
  596.   </game>
  597.   <game>
  598.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Sonic The Hedgehog</path>
  599.     <name>Sonic the Hedgehog 2</name>
  600.     <cover />
  601.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Sonic The Hedgehog 2.png</image>
  602.     <marquee />
  603.     <rating>0.8</rating>
  604.     <desc>The world&apos;s fastest hedgehog is back, racing through all-new Zones, with more tricks, traps and action than ever before!</desc>
  605.     <releasedate>19921117</releasedate>
  606.     <developer>Aspect</developer>
  607.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  608.     <genre>Action, Adventure, Platform</genre>
  609.     <players>1</players>
  610.     <kidgame>true</kidgame>
  611.   </game>
  612.   <game>
  613.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Sonic The Hedgehog</path>
  614.     <name>Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball</name>
  615.     <cover />
  616.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Sonic The Hedgehog Spinball.png</image>
  617.     <marquee />
  618.     <rating />
  619.     <desc>Sonic The Hedgehog spins into pinball pandemonium! Dr. Robotnik&apos;s latest robotic-creation factory is the Veg-O-Fortress, a volcanic island fueled by the Chaos Emeralds and protected by the Pinball Defense System. Strap on your Power Sneakers for all-new Sonic moves! Sonic rockets into space, spring launches from levers and balls up for a high-altitude bounce! Multi-round zones of wild Sonic action through glittering caverns, oozing toxic pools and boiling lava pits!</desc>
  620.     <releasedate>19950101</releasedate>
  621.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  622.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  623.     <genre>Puzzle</genre>
  624.     <players />
  625.     <kidgame>true</kidgame>
  626.   </game>
  627.   <game>
  628.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Space</path>
  629.     <name>Space Harrier</name>
  630.     <cover />
  631.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Space Harrier.png</image>
  632.     <marquee />
  633.     <rating />
  634.     <desc>Space Harrier is set in the &quot;Fantasy Zone&quot;, a surreal world composed of bright colors and a checkerboard-styled ground. The enemies are also unique, featuring prehistoric animals, Chinese dragons, and alien pods. The player is forced along the levels, running or flying around enemy fire, while shooting back with fireballs via the character&apos;s under-arm cannon (which doubles as a rocket-esque device allowing the character to fly).</desc>
  635.     <releasedate>19910101</releasedate>
  636.     <developer>Sega</developer>
  637.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  638.     <genre>Shooter</genre>
  639.     <players />
  640.   </game>
  641.   <game>
  642.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Star</path>
  643.     <name>Star Wars</name>
  644.     <cover />
  645.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Star Wars.png</image>
  646.     <marquee />
  647.     <rating>0.5</rating>
  648.     <desc>Your mission: Rescue Princess Leia from Darth Vader&apos;s EVIL clutches! Seek help from Obi-Wan Kenobi and Han Solo, but first you must find them. Finally, blast your last, fatal missile and destroy the Dark Side&apos;s headquarters... and MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU!</desc>
  649.     <releasedate>19930101</releasedate>
  650.     <developer>Tiertex Design Studios</developer>
  651.     <publisher>U.S. Gold</publisher>
  652.     <genre>Platform</genre>
  653.     <players />
  654.   </game>
  655.   <game>
  656.     <path>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/Streets of</path>
  657.     <name>Streets of Rage</name>
  658.     <cover />
  659.     <image>/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gamegear/media/screenshots/Streets of Rage.png</image>
  660.     <marquee />
  661.     <rating />
  662.     <desc>Axel, Adam and Blaze - ex-cops, the solution to punk pollution. The city&apos;s a war zone, and they&apos;re going out two at a time to give the gangs a kick in the guts. This is the ultimate in street combat. These city fighters are martial arts maniacs with a battery of individually controllable attacks - including jabs, head butts, and overhead kicks. They&apos;re up against a mob of Kung-Fu creeps and axe-hurling fiends. On the streets it&apos;s only two of them against hordes of attacking scum. Slam into pipe-wielding weirdos and bash &apos;em with their own metal. Throw an uppercut or an elbow smash - these goons keep comin&apos;!</desc>
  663.     <releasedate>19920101</releasedate>
  664.     <developer>Biox</developer>
  665.     <publisher>Sega</publisher>
  666.     <genre>Fighting</genre>
  667.     <players />
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  676.     <desc>Original rumblers Axel and Blaze slam the asphalt with bigger, better, totally devastating attacks! Skull-crushing ex-wrestler Max Thunder joins up with earth-shattering body slams and spinning fist attacks. New thrasher Skate slices punks with high speed in-line skate attacks and spinning jump kicks. Go maniac with jaw-shattering, bone-busting punches, head-cracking jump kicks and secret weapons. Gangs of dirt bikers dive into you from every side. Smash &apos;em with a pipe as they speed by.</desc>
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  690.     <desc>Fry up the track on long straightaways, or downshift into neck-wrenching hairpin curves. Super Monaco GP sends you screaming around the most demanding tracks on earth in the hottest racecar ever built, the Formula 1. Choose your car&apos;s transmission. Slide through a practice run with an automatic, battle rival drivers with a 4-speed, or grind gears to victory piloting a 7-speed machine. Burn rubber with the best drivers around in a piston-pounding test of speed, road savvy, and endurance!</desc>
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  704.     <desc>Super Off-Road is the ultimate off-road racing event. Four tough trucks speed around rough and ready tracks packed with pitfalls, power-boosters and prizes. No one knows the meaning of sportsmanship here. Have you got the skill and determination to come out on top?</desc>
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  718.     <desc>As Johnny McQuinn, you’ve got a date with destiny. Return to Patu San and claim your birthright as its ruler! There’s only one catch. First you&apos;ve got to achieve ultimate mastery of the martial arts. What&apos;s next? Peer into the future. not with a crystal ball, but with Sega Game Gear system. Then kick into action to combat Colonel Chi‘s infamous ninja death squads and regain your kingdom!!</desc>
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  732.     <desc>Tails must stop the Battle Fortress bird army from taking control of Tails Island to rule over the animals.
  734. On land, in the air, and at sea, Tails battles some pretty tough birds!</desc>
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  749.     <desc>You must hunt down Dracula, the Master of Darkness, and defeat him before all of England is in his terrifying grasp! Do you have both the skills and the courage to battle past his ghoulish minions so that you can face this monster and save the day?</desc>
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  763.     <desc>Take the Virtua Fighter arcade experience wherever you go! Challenge the world&apos;s greatest fighters in the World Fighting Tournament! Crush your opponent with fighting moves straight from Virtua Fighter 2 arcade game!</desc>
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  777.     <desc>Play the hottest game on ice and snow - Winter Olympic Games, the official licensed version of the 1994 Lillehammer Olympic Winter Games. Ten events with actual courses used in Lillehammer. Compete with 1 - 4 players, or challenge Olympic Game records. Sixteen countries to represent including Canada, United States, France and Japan. Eight languages including English, French, Spanish, German and Norwegian.</desc>
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  791.     <desc>Choose from three of the world&apos;s most challenging courses. Like St. Andrews, the most revered course in golf and Doral Country Club, Florida&apos;s &quot;Blue Monster.&quot; Or play Cypress Creek, the largest and finest in Texas.</desc>
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  805.     <desc>Step up to the plate with the premiere video game in baseball: World Series Baseball. Saturn technology delivers unbelievable color, 3D graphics and ultra-smooth perspective tracking. Enjoy incredible detail from 5 different ballpark perspectives. Swing for the fences at Fenway or another one of the game&apos;s ultra-realistic major league ballparks. Choose among play modes including 162-game pennant race, All-Star and Play-Off modes as well as a power hitter duel in Home Run Derby. Play as any one of the 28 major league teams, complete with high resolution player photos.</desc>
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