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Flintstones: The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak

Flintstones: The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak

United States

Published by:Taito, 1994 | Developed by:Taito
Genre:Platform | Licensed

An evil pterodactyl has kidnapped Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm. Luckily, Fred and Barney have found the kids; but, the pterodactyl will not return them until the two fathers bring the five legendary fire gemstones. You will have to use Fred's clubbing skills (more...)

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Jungle Book, The

Jungle Book, The

United States

Published by:Virgin Interactive, 1994 | Developed by:Eurocom
Genre:Platform | Licensed

In the game you control a young Mowgli through various side-scrolling levels in a similar mold of Pitfall. It is a vine-climbing, run-and-jump platformer, in which you shoot at or avoid enemies, such as snakes, monkeys, and prickly pear cacti (a North Ame (more...)

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Mega Man 6

Mega Man 6

United States

Published by:Nintendo, 1994 | Developed by:Capcom
Genre:Platform | Licensed

Due to the decline and waning support of the 8-bit NES and the growing presence of the newer and more powerful Super NES, Capcom decided not to publish Mega Man 6 in North America, concentrating on marketing Mega Man X instead. The North American version (more...)

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StarTropics II: Zoda's Revenge

StarTropics II: Zoda's Revenge

United States

Published by:Nintendo, 1994 | Developed by:Nintendo
Genre:Adventure | Licensed

Zoda's Revenge runs through nine chapters, although the first is story-only. Each chapter besides the first takes place in a different time and place and holds one or more bosses, multiple areas, many weapons, medicine, obstacles and puzzles. And whil (more...)

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TMNT: Tournament Fighters

TMNT: Tournament Fighters

United States

Published by:Konami, 1994 | Developed by:Konami
Genre:Fighting | Licensed

Be your favorite TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLE and master your ultimate ninja skills in their action packed world. Roam NYC streets, scour underground sewers and fight your way across rooftops on a collision course with The Shredder and his vile pack of Foo (more...)

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Wario's Woods

Wario's Woods

United States

Published by:Nintendo, 1994 | Developed by:Nintendo
Genre:Puzzle | Licensed

Wario's Woods was the final title released by Nintendo for the NES. Wario is filling the forest with bombs, monsters, and goblins. Toad must try to catch and line-up these items to eliminate them. Similar to TETRIS, you'll run the field to catch p (more...)

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1994 in video games

Overview of the events of 1994 in video games

1994 saw many sequels and prequels in video games, such as Super Metroid, Donkey Kong Country, Final Fantasy VI, Sonic 3 & Knuckles, and Virtua Fighter 2, as well as several new titles.

Financial performance[edit]

Highest-grossing arcade games[edit]

The best-selling arcade printed circuit board (PCB) worldwide in 1994 was SNK's Neo Geo MVS system.[1]

Japan[edit]

The following titles were the top ten highest-grossing arcade games of 1994 in Japan.

United Kingdom[edit]

In the United Kingdom, Virtua Fighter by Sega AM2 was one of the most popular coin-ops of the year.[4]

In early 1994, Ridge Racer was the top-grossing arcade game in London.[5]

United States[edit]

In the United States, the following titles were the highest-grossing arcade video games of 1994.

Best-selling home video games[edit]

Japan[edit]

In Japan, the following titles were the top ten best-selling home video games of 1994.

Rank Title Publisher Genre Sales Platform Ref
1 Final Fantasy VISquaresoftRPG2,550,000+ Super Famicom[11]
2 Super Donkey Kong (Donkey Kong Country) NintendoPlatformer956,000 Super Famicom [12]
3 Super Street Fighter IICapcomFighting941,000
4 J.League Excite Stage '94 (Soccer Shootout) Epoch Co.Sports714,000
5 Super Bomberman 2Hudson SoftMaze713,000
6 Super Momotarō Dentetsu IIIHudson Soft Simulation610,000
7 Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 3BandaiFighting 595,000
8 Fire Emblem: Monshō no Nazo (Mystery of the Emblem) Nintendo Tactical RPG563,000
9 Super MetroidNintendo Metroidvania531,000
10 Mother 2: Gīgu no Gyakushū (EarthBound) Nintendo RPG 518,000

United Kingdom[edit]

HMV, a British entertainment retailer, released a monthly list of the chain's highest-selling home video game titles. The following titles topped the monthly all-formats charts, as reported by Computer and Video Games.

Month Title Platform(s) Publisher Genre Ref
January Sensible SoccerMega DriveSonySports (football) [13]
February SimCity 2000PC, MacMindscapeCity-building[14]
March NBA JamMega Drive, SNES, GGAcclaimSports (basketball) [15]
April DoomPCId SoftwareFPS[16]
May World Cup StrikerSNESU.S. GoldSports (football) [17]
June World Cup USA '94Mega Drive, SNES, GG U.S. Gold Sports (football) [18]
July Star Wars: TIE FighterPC Virgin InteractiveSpace combat[19]
August Super Street Fighter IIMega Drive SegaFighting[20]
September Mortal Kombat IISNES, SMD, SMS, GG, GBAcclaim Fighting [21]
October Doom IIPC Virgin Interactive FPS [22]
November FIFA Soccer 95Mega Drive EA SportsSports (football) [23]
December [24]

United States[edit]

Babbage's, an American video game retailer, released a monthly list of the chain's highest-selling console and handheld titles. The following titles topped the monthly charts, as reported by Electronic Gaming Monthly.

Top game rentals in the United States[edit]

Blockbuster Video, an American chain of video rental shops, released a monthly list of the chain's highest-renting console titles. The following titles topped the monthly charts, as reported by GamePro.

Events[edit]

Major awards[edit]

Hardware releases[edit]

PlayStation video game console, first released in Japan

Game releases[edit]

  • January – Mega Man X is released in the US.
  • February 2 – Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (Sega, Mega Drive/Genesis), introduces Knuckles the Echidna.
  • February 23 – Super Street Fighter II Turbo (Arcade), introduces Akuma.
  • March 15 – Mega Man 6 is released in the US.
  • March 19 – Super Metroid (SNES), distributed on a 24-megabit cartridge. Super Metroid was called the "best game of all time" by Electronic Gaming Monthly in 2002.
  • March 25 – Bethesda releases The Elder Scrolls: Arena
  • March 27 – Origin releases Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger, based both around space simulation gameplay and an interactive movie with big-name actors. It's one of the most expensive games developed, with a budget of US$4 million.
  • April 2 – Square Co. releases Final Fantasy VI (then known as Final Fantasy III in North America) for the SNES on April 2 in Japan and October 11 in North America.
  • April 3 – Accolade releases Bubsy II on Game Boy, Sega Genesis, and SNES.
  • May 3 – Epic MegaGames releases Jazz Jackrabbit, a console-style "animal with attitude" platformer.
  • June 2 – Sir-Tech releases turn-based tactics game Jagged Alliance, the first installment of Jagged Alliance series.
  • June 14 – Nintendo releases Donkey Kong 94 for the Game Boy. It featured remakes of the first four stages of the original game plus adding 96 puzzle based levels. Mario is much more versatile in this version, as he can backflip, handstand, and spin on wires. It received critical acclaim and became a Game Boy fan favorite and classic.
  • July – LucasArts releases TIE Fighter.
  • July 5 – Capcom releases Darkstalkers.
  • July 15 – Acclaim Entertainment and Mirage releases the fighting game Rise of the Robots.
  • August 2 – Shiny Entertainment releases Earthworm Jim.
  • August 25 – SNK releases The King of Fighters.
  • August 27 – Nintendo releases Mother 2 for the Super Famicom in Japan, which was released almost a year later in North America on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System as EarthBound. EarthBound also introduces Ness.
  • August 31 – Electronic Arts releases The Need for Speed for the 3DO, which begins the most successfulracing game franchise of all time.
  • September – MicroProse releases Master of Magic.
  • September 9 – The Super NES version of Mortal Kombat II is released with all blood and fatalities left intact, the first major release on any Nintendo console at that point to have such content.
  • September 22 – Origin Systems releases Looking Glass Studios' System Shock.
  • October 10 – id Software releases Doom II and Dave D. Taylor creates a Linux port of the original Doom, becoming the first major game for the new operating system.
  • October 17[55]Sonic & Knuckles is released. It allows a player to connect previous Sonic games to the cartridge, making Knuckles playable in them.
  • October 25 – MicroProse releases X-COM: UFO Defense and the Strategy Game of the Year Master of Orion.
  • October 28 – Killer Instinct (Rare), the first arcade machine with an internal hard disk.
  • October 28 – Accolade's Bubsy II is released for Sega Genesis and Super NES.
  • November 21 – Sega releases the 32X add-on in the US alongside Doom and Star Wars Arcade.
  • November 21 – Nintendo releases Rare's Donkey Kong Country (Super NES), featuring 3D pre-rendered graphics. It also introduces Diddy Kong and King K. Rool.
  • November 23 – Blizzard Entertainment releases the real-time strategy game Warcraft, which spawns a franchise and influences many later games.
  • November 23 – Sierra On-Line releases the computer adventure game King's Quest VII: The Princeless Bride, the first in the series to use "SVGA" graphics.
  • December 9 – Namco releases its first 3D fighting game Tekken to arcades.
  • December 10 – Nintendo releases Wario's Woods, the last official game to be released on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in North America before Nintendo would officially discontinue production of the console.
  • December 16 – Mega Man X2 is released in Japan.
  • December 21 – Bungie releases Marathon, one of the earliest original (non-ported) first-person shooters for the Macintosh.
  • December 24 – Heretic is released by id Software. It the first in Raven Software's Heretic/Hexen series and also the first game bundled with DWANGO, one of the earliest online multiplayer services
  • Sega releases the Daytona USA racing game in arcades.
  • Sensible Software releases Sensible World of Soccer, regarded as the best Amiga game of all time by British Amiga magazine Amiga Power.
  • Namco releases Point Blank in arcades.

Business[edit]

  • New companies: Neversoft
  • Defunct: Commodore, Tradewest
  • September 14 – Video gaming magazine Nintendomagasinet is cancelled after four years. Number 9 of 1994 would have been released on this day, but instead the magazine joins Super Power.
  • Apogee establishes the 3D Realms Entertainment division.
  • Blizzard Entertainment is renamed from Silicon & Synapse.
  • SSI sold to Mindscape
  • Alpex Computer Corp. v. Nintendo lawsuit: Alpex sues Nintendo over patent infringements related to the NES. Nintendo loses the case. (In 1996 this ruling was reversed by an appeals court, which determined that no patents had been infringed upon.)[56]
    • Nintendo of America, Inc. v. Dragon Pacific Intern

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