Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

It's relatively easier to find hidden video game gems than it was back in the pre-internet days. Now, there are fantastic sites, such as Obscure Video Games, dedicated to weird old games that most people have forgotten about. It's still amazing how many cool, undiscovered games are out there.

Obscure Video Games not only features old, forgotten games, but presents them in animated GIFs, which makes all the rediscovered scenes look even better.

We've selected below some of the best and funniest ones, focusing mostly on the 90s.

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Boogie Wings (1992 - Arcade - Data East)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Lucky & Wild (1992 - Arcade - Namco)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Daea Tonosama Appare Ichiban (1995 - Super Famicom - Sunsot)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Trio the Punch (1990 - Arcade - Data East)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Mindnight Wanderers (1991 - Arcade - Capcom)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Bravoman (1990 - TG16 - Namco)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Ninja Spirit (1988 - Arcade - Irem)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Dj Boy (1990 - Sega Genesis - Kaneko/Sammy)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Go Go Ackman 3 (1995 - Super Famicom - Banpresto)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Super Back to the Future II (1993 - Super Famicom - Data East)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

The First Funky Fighter (1993 - Arcade - Taito)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Pistol Daimyo no Boken (1990 - Arcade - Namco)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Waxworks (1992 - Amiga - Horrorsoft)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion

Match Breakers (1995 - Arcade - Namco)

Obscure And Awesome Japanese Video Games Now In Motion


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