Monsters Games

See also

  • See also:
    • Super Castlevania IVIt is a retelling of Simon Belmont's foray into Dracula's castle, first told in the original Castlevania. The game has all new levels (several...
    • Splatter House 2Splatterhouse is a beat 'em up arcade game, released by Namco.
     
    Interesting level design, different monster creations and the same game play we have loved for years makes this one a no-brainer.
  • Aaahh!!! Real Monsters

    Moving from one location to the other performing the junk hunt and person scare in each one. The game tries to break up the pace by tossing multiples of items and people at you.
    Sega GenesisSNES
  • ActRaiser

    Players can indulge in special features such as simulation and action modes, fighting skill challenges with evil monsters and many more.
    SNES
  • Akumajo Dracula - Vampire Killer

    Simon Belmont ventures inside Castlevania to defeat Count Dracula and restore peace in the land of Transylvania. He fights his way through hordes of monsters, wielding only a whip.
    Sega Genesis
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  • Arcus Odyssey

    Arcus Odyssey is a Gauntlet-like game: lots of action and magic, with items to collects, and many dungeons to free from monsters.
    Sega Genesis
  • Beast Warrior

    Beast Warrior is an isometric Street Fighter clone featuring monsters, aliens, cyborgs, and demons.
    Sega Genesis
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  • Beast Wrestler

    Beast Wrestler is an isometric Street Fighter clone featuring monsters, aliens, cyborgs, and demons.
    Sega Genesis
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  • BigFoot

    BigFoot plays off of the monster truck phenomenon, in a series of five competitive events.
    NES
  • Burai Fighter

    No way, the greedy monsters have decided that they've just got to have the whole Universe all to themselves!
    NES
  • Castlevania: Dracula X

    Interesting level design, different monster creatures and the same gameplay we have loved for years makes this one a no-brainer.
    SNES