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Why gamble on a game that may not score when you’ve got B.O.B.? Published by Electronic Arts, this 2D platformer lets you take control of a robot that can be equipped with a variety of weapons and remotes. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Similar to the board game, the object of Mindscape’s Battleship for the NES is to sink your opponent’s fleet while surviving their attacks. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Tengen’s Awesome Possum for the SEGA Genesis was released in 1993 and was one of the first games on the console to boast many lines of digitized speech. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Though Marvel vs Capcom 2 may have just been re-released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, it has been in arcades for nearly a decade. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

G.I. Joe for the NES was published by Taxan and released in 1991. This run-and-gun style game let players take control of three characters, navigating them through a total of six stages. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

HudsonSoft released SWAT Kats on the SNES in 1995. This game is a 2D-platformer that lets players select between two characters and also included third-person flying sequences. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Released in 1994 on the SEGA Genesis by Capcom, The Punisher is a side-scrolling beat’em up that featured usable weapons and breakable background objects. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Similar to Midway’s NFL Blitz series, Atari Games’ Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey is an arcade style sports game, with the main objectives being to brawl and score points. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

ScrewAttack counts down the ten best cartoon games in this feature. Titles include: Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse, Popeye, Bucky O’Hare, and more. Which one is your favorite? Continue reading for the full video.

Released in 1992 on the SNES, Chester Cheetah: Too Cool to Fool is a side-scrolling 2D platformer that features a handful of levels and some interesting moves to boot. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.