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  1. Baseball game from Taito, not released outside of Japan Released: March 1, 1991
  2. Released on the Famicom Disk System, not released outside of Japan (SMB2 did not appear in the US until an updated remake was included in Super Mario All-Stars for the SNES as "The Lost Levels") Released: June 3, 1986
  3. RPG from Enix released as Dragon Warrior in the US Release date(s) JP: May 27, 1986 NA: August 1989
  4. Vertically-scrolling shooter from Square (*note the misspelled title in the ad: "King' Knight") Release date(s) JP: September 18, 1986 NA: 1989
  5. The Joyball was an early alternate controller for the NES from HAL Laboratories. It featured a ball in place of the d-pad (but was not a trackball) Released: August 10, 1985
  6. Cosmo Genesis is a 1st person space shooter released in the US as Star Voyager Release date(s) JP: December 23, 1986 NA: September 1987
  7. side-scrolling shooter from Irem Release date(s) JP: June 26, 1986 NA: September 1987
  8. Action game from Taito Released: JP: April 18, 1986 NA: August 1987
  9. Blades of Steel released December 1988 Double Dribble released September 1987 Track & Field II released June 1989
  10. Top-down shooter Released: JP: February 10, 1987 NA: September 1989
  11. Adventures of Lolo Released: April, 1989 Rollerball Released: February, 1990
  12. arcade rail-shooter Released: JP: March 31, 1989 NA: May 1989
  13. arcade action platformer Released: JP: October 30, 1987 NA: November 1988
  14. platform-adventure Release date(s) JP: August 28, 1987 NA: December 1, 1988 PAL: April 27, 1990
  15. Platform and run & gun Release date(s) JP: June 17, 1988 NA: November 1988 PAL: April 25, 1991
  16. Called Samurai Zombie Nation on the title screen. The original Japanese release was called Abarenbō Tengu and the player character's sprite was a Tengu mask. This was changed to a samurai head for its North American release, presumably because most western audiences are unfamiliar with tengu, a creature from Japanese folklore.