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Based on the hit TV show, Ren and Stimpy: Buckaroo$ is a side-scrolling platformer that was released in 1993 by THQ. Due to lackluster sales, this game has become quite the collector’s item, despite the poor reviews. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Based on the Fun House game show, the console version was released in 1991 on both NES and PC platforms. Basically, players must complete each level from start to finish within a set time limit. ScrewAttack takes a look back after this title after the break.

Paying tribute to the late “King of Pop”, ScrewAttack takes a look back at Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker by SEGA. This game was released in 1990, powered by the SEGA System 18 hardware (arcade). Video after the break.

Released in 1995, Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge, the sequel to Darkstalkers, is a 2D fighting game that features 10 playable characters. The most notable difference in this version is the multi-level special gauge. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Released in 1991 on the SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive, Streets of Rage was a side-scrolling beat ’em up with a special attack involving a police car that would shoot tons of explosives at enemies. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Thanks to the Super FX 2 chipset, Nintendo was able to faithfully port the PC hit Doom, without having to sacrifice much, graphics wise — the cartridge was even colored red. Unfortunately, the heads-up display wasn’t shown fullscreen. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Developed by Rareware and released on the N64 in 2001, Conker’s Bad Fur Day was claimed to have the best graphics of any game released on the console and even offered a multi-player mode, complete with 7 mini games. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Released by Midway in 1986, Rampage is a multiplayer platform game that put you in control of giant, wall-climbing monsters. The goal was to destroy all buildings in a high-rise city. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Originally released in 1996 on the SEGA Saturn as a promotional game for the Java Tea drink, Virtua Fighter Kids runs slightly faster than Virtua Fighter 2 and features super deformed characters. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the break.

Good movies aren’t hard to come by, but good movie-based video games are definitely not a dime a dozen. ScrewAttack counts down the ten best in this featurette. Titles include: The Lost World Arcade, T2: The Arcade Game, and Spider-Man 2. Continue reading to see the full list.