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Golf

Golf

Publishers: Nintendo

Golf (ゴルフ) est un jeu vidéo de golf sorti en 1984, développé et édité par Nintendo. Le personnage principal est une version plus grande de Mario. Il est également possible de jouer à ce jeu dans Animal Crossing sur GameCube.

Goal! Two

Goal! Two

Platforms: Nintendo Nes,Super Nes

Publishers: Jaleco

Goal! Two is a soccer (football) video game developed by Tose for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), and published by Jaleco in 1992. Goal! Two is the NES version of Goal! (1992), which Jaleco retitled Super Goal! for European markets. Goal! and Super Goal! are localizations of Super Cup Soccer (スーパーカップサッカー), Tose's first soccer title for the Super Famicom. Jaleco published Goal! and Super Goal! for the Super NES (SNES) in December 1992, shortly after Goal Two! for the NES. The cover model…

Gazza II

Gazza II

Platforms: Amiga,Atari ST,Microsoft Windows,Amstrad CPC,Commodore 64

Publishers: Empire Interactive

Gazza II is a football game released for the Amstrad CPC, Amstrad GX4000, ZX Spectrum, Amiga 500/600, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and PC platforms. It was created in 1990 by Empire Interactive, and was named after the popular English footballer Paul Gascoigne.It is a sequel to Gazza's Superstar Soccer, and was a complete new game as opposed to being simply an update, this time adopting an overhead horizontally scrolling display. The game was also included in soccer videogames compilation Soccer Star…

Gone Fishin'

Gone Fishin'

Platforms: Microsoft Dos

Publishers: Amtex

Gone Fishin' is a fishing video game for DOS operating system, released in 1994 by Amtex. In the game, located in Bay of Quinte in Lake Ontario, the player can take part of a fishing tournament. Before fishing begins, the player has to buy fishing equipment at a store, and can also pick up useful pieces of advice from both the storekeeper and an older man at a nearby fishing lodge.

Golf Magazine: 36 Great Holes Starring Fred Couples

Golf Magazine: 36 Great Holes Starring Fred Couples

Publishers: Sega

Golf Magazine: 36 Great Holes Starring Fred Couples est un jeu vidéo de golf sorti en 1994 sur 32X. Le jeu a été développé par Flashpoint Productions et édité par Sega.

Go! Go! Hypergrind

Go! Go! Hypergrind

Platforms: GameCube

Publishers: Atlus

Go! Go! Hypergrind is a skateboarding video game for the Nintendo GameCube that was developed by Team Poponchi at Atlus Japan and published by Atlus USA. It was released in North America on November 18, 2003. Animation studio Spümcø of Ren & Stimpy fame served as a collaborative art design firm for the game. Despite being developed in Japan, it has never been released there.

Gridiron Fight

Gridiron Fight

Platforms: Arcade

Tehkan Gridiron Fight is a one or two-player American football arcade video game released in 1985 by Tehkan. It was released in a cocktail cabinet form factor.

Gaelic Games: Football

Gaelic Games: Football

Platforms: PlayStation 2

Publishers: Sony Computer Entertainment

Gaelic Games: Football is a video game developed by IR Gurus and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The game was released on November 11, 2005. It is based on Ireland's Gaelic NFL and was developed by an Australian company that (at the time) made the AFL video game series. No player names are featured. Gaelic Games: Football is the first GAA video-game to be released on a console.

Grand Chelem Tennis

Grand Chelem Tennis

Platforms: Wii

Publishers: Electronic Arts

Grand Chelem Tennis (Grand Slam Tennis aux États-Unis) est un jeu vidéo de tennis de la firme Electronic Arts. Cette nouvelle licence, sortie le 8 juin 2009 aux États-Unis et le 11 juin 2009 en France, est provisoirement exclusive à la console Wii. Le jeu est compatible avec le Wii Motion Plus. Il a connu une suite intitulée Grand Chelem Tennis 2. Le jeu a été annoncé sur Xbox 360 et PlayStation 3 avec, sur la PS3 l'utilisation possible du PlayStation Move, mais leur sortie a été repoussée.

Grand Prix Manager 2

Grand Prix Manager 2

Publishers: MicroProse

Grand Prix Manager 2 est un jeu vidéo de management sportif d'une écurie de Formule 1, développé par Edward Grabowski Communications et publié par MicroProse en 1996 sur PC. Le jeu fait suite à Grand Prix Manager publié en 1995.

Grand Prix Circuit

Grand Prix Circuit

Platforms: Amiga,Apple Mac,Microsoft Dos,Amstrad CPC,Commodore 64

Publishers: Accolade

Grand Prix Circuit is a motor racing game for Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Apple IIGS, Commodore 64, DOS and ZX Spectrum. It was first released in 1987 by Accolade. For DOS, it was released in 1988. For the Macintosh, it was released in 1989.

Golfamania

Golfamania

Platforms: Sega Master System

Publishers: 'Europe:'Sega,'Brazil:'Tec Toy Indústria de Brinquedos S.A.

Golfamania is a golf video game released exclusively for the Sega Master System in Brazil and Europe. One of the game's innovative features is its create-a-player mode. The game uses a battery-packed RAM in order to save progress.

Grand National

Grand National

Platforms: Amiga

Publishers: Elite Systems

Grand National is a British computer game that was published in 1985 for the ZX Spectrum based on the horse race of the same name. The goal is to win a race with your chosen horse at Aintree Racecourse while also having a bet on the outcome. An Amiga port was published in 1989.

George Foreman's KO Boxing

George Foreman's KO Boxing

Platforms: Sega Master System,Sega Game Gear,Nintendo Nes,Super Nes,Nintendo GameBoy

Publishers: Acclaim (Acclaim's Flying Edge Brand on Genesis,Game Gear and European Master System

George Foreman's KO Boxing est un jeu vidéo de boxe sorti en 1992 et fonctionne sur Game Boy, Game Gear, Master System, Mega Drive, Nintendo Entertainment System et Super Nintendo. Le jeu a été développé et édité par Flying Edge pour Sega et développé par Beam Software et édité par Acclaim Entertainment chez Nintendo.

Goal Storm

Goal Storm

Publishers: Konami

Goal Storm (known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven in Japan) is a football video game developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo. It was released for the Sony PlayStation game console in 1995 in North America and in 1996 in other regions. The cover is the same with J-League Jikkyou Winning Eleven, with different colours. The game modes available are: Hyper Cup Mode, Exhibition Mode, Key Configuration and Options mode; it is possible to change the difficulty level and the conditions of the p…

Feel Ski

Feel Ski

Platforms: PlayStation 3

Publishers: Sony Computer Entertainment

Go! Sports Ski (Feel Ski in Europe) is a sports video game developed by Yuke's and published by Sony Computer Entertainment exclusively for PlayStation 3.

Gas Guzzlers Extreme

Gas Guzzlers Extreme

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Iceberg Interactive

Faites un tour de White Knuckle dans ce jeu de course de combat déjanté et captivant qui propose une tonne de véhicules, d’armes, d’améliorations, de bonus et d'environnements. Gas Guzzlers Extreme est une nouvelle expérience de combat de voiture avec l’ajout d’équipes furieuses et de sanglantes batailles.

Go Go Golf

Go Go Golf

Platforms: PlayStation 2

Publishers: Midas Interactive Entertainment

Go Go Golf, known in Japan as Magical Sports Series Go Go Golf (マジカルスポーツ ゴルフ Go Go Golf), is a golf-simulation video game originally released in 2000 for the PlayStation 2. It was developed by Mahou and published by Midas Interactive Entertainment in Europe in 2002.

Graham Gooch's All Star Cricket

Graham Gooch's All Star Cricket

Publishers: Audiogenic

Graham Gooch's All Star Cricket is a 1987 cricket game released for the Commodore 64 and Commodore 128 systems. It was the sequel to Graham Gooch's Test Cricket. The game has minor graphical improvements over its predecessor including action replays.

Glove on Fight

Glove on Fight

Glove on Fight (グローブオンファイト, Gurōbu on Faito) is a doujin boxing video game released at the Comic Revolution 31 convention in May 2002 by Watanabe Seisakusho (now French-Bread). The name of the game is a take on "Groove on Fight", which is a sequel of the Power Instinct series, though other than that the two games have very little in common. The game was developed to test routines that the programmer would use in Melty Blood.