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NeoGeo Shooter Games (#-Z)

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Details NA EU JP AU
Aero Fighters 2 artwork Aero Fighters 2
Format: Retail
Developed by: Video System;
Release Date: 1994 (North America)
Alpha Mission II artwork Alpha Mission II
Format: Retail
Developed by: SNK;
Release Date: July 1, 1991 (North America)
Andro Dunos artwork Andro Dunos
Format: Retail
Developed by: Visco Games;
Release Date: July 17, 1992 (North America)
Blazing Star artwork Blazing Star
Format: Retail
Developed by: Yumekobo;
Release Date: February 19, 1998 (Japan)
Cyber-Lip artwork Cyber-Lip
Format: Retail
Developed by: SNK;
Release Date: July 1, 1991 (North America)
Ghost Pilots artwork Ghost Pilots
Format: Retail
Developed by: SNK;
Release Date: July 1, 1991 (North America)
Last Hope artwork Last Hope
Format: Retail
Developed by: NG:DEV.TEAM;
Release Date: July 10, 2006 (Europe)
Last Resort artwork Last Resort
Format: Retail
Developed by: SNK;
Release Date: April 24, 1992 (North America)
Metal Slug artwork Metal Slug
Format: Retail
Developed by: Nazca;
Release Date: May 24, 1996 (North America)
Metal Slug 2 artwork Metal Slug 2
Format: Retail
Developed by: SNK;
Release Date: April 2, 1998 (North America)
Metal Slug 3 artwork Metal Slug 3
Format: Retail
Developed by: SNK;
Release Date: September 17, 2001 (North America)
Metal Slug 4 artwork Metal Slug 4
Format: Retail
Developed by: Noise Factory;
Release Date: June 12, 2002 (North America)
Metal Slug 5 artwork Metal Slug 5
Format: Retail
Developed by: SNK Playmore;
Release Date: February 17, 2004 (North America)
Metal Slug X artwork Metal Slug X
Format: Retail
Developed by: SNK;
Release Date: May 27, 1999 (North America)
NAM-1975 artwork NAM-1975
Format: Retail
Developed by: SNK;
Release Date: July 1, 1991 (North America)
Ninja Commando artwork Ninja Commando
Format: Retail
Developed by: ADK;
Release Date: May 29, 1992 (North America)
Pulstar artwork Pulstar
Format: Retail
Developed by: AICOM Corporation;
Release Date: September 29, 1995 (Japan)
Shock Troopers artwork Shock Troopers
Format: Retail
Developed by: Saurus;
Release Date: November 11, 1997 (North America)
Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad artwork Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad
Format: Retail
Developed by: Saurus;
Release Date: June 24, 1999 (Japan)
Sonic Wings 3 artwork Sonic Wings 3
Format: Retail
Developed by: Video System;
Release Date: November 17, 1995 (Japan)
Twinkle Star Sprites artwork Twinkle Star Sprites
Format: Retail
Developed by: ADK;
Release Date: January 31, 1997 (Japan)
Viewpoint artwork Viewpoint
Format: Retail
Developed by: Sammy;
Release Date: December 11, 1992 (North America)
Zed Blade artwork Zed Blade
Format: Retail
Developed by: NMK;
Release Date: September 13, 1994 (North America)

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