89. Final Fantasy V Advance (Square Enix, 2006)
88. Gunstar Heroes (Treasure, 1993)
blast processing" wasn't just a marketing gimmick and that the Sega Genesis most definitely could tread ground that the SNES couldn't by providing incredibly fluid animation and fast-paced gameplay that its competitor simply could not match. All that and it was a pretty damn fun game too, having one or two players combine four different weapon types in any way they pleased (resulting in things like steerable firewalls, homing lasers and a short ranged beam of lightning) and blasting their way through hordes of enemies and countless over-the-top boss battles. This really was a game that made even the most die-hard of Nintendo fans just a little green with envy, whether they admitted it or not.
86. Gitaroo Man (iNiS, 2002)
85. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (Konami, 1997)
82. Final Fantasy VII (Squaresoft, 1997)
81. Maniac Mansion (Lucasfilm Games, 1987)