Website will be back online soon. Currently no online orders are accepted due to focusing on getting our shop established and with the volume of events we are attending.
You can still browse our catalogue of games and buy/sell from us at our shop in YORK, or at one of the many events. Please "LIKE" out facebook page to keep updated about events etc.

Welcome to Sorethumb Retro Video Games

Search results for 'Toshinden URA'

Items 1 to 10 of 120 total

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

Grid  List 

Set Ascending Direction
  1. Shadow of the Beast

    Shadow of the Beast ( Master System)

    £5.00

    While very young, Aarbron was kidnapped and enslaved by the Priests of the Beast Lord. He grew up on drugs made to destroy his own will and turn him into the Beast Messenger, a powerful creature serving Maletoth, The Beast Lord himself. He did his job, until one day he noticed a man about to be sacrificed in a ritual, his face triggering ancient memories... and as the sacrificial knife descended into the man's body, Aarbron recognizes the face. Of his father. As his father dies in the altar, memories of his childhood and tormented past at the hands of the Beast Lord emerged, and as feelings of hate over his captors took over him, he swore revenge and fled the temple, knowing the road to avenge his father and redemption would be hard.

    Shadow of the Beast, one of Psygnosis most popular titles during the 16-bit computer era is a side-scrolling platformer best known for the use of parallax scrolling along lush graphics, a musical score by David Whittaker, a iconic cover by Roger Dean and what many consider to be unforgiving gameplay, balancing between the "very challenging" and the "impossible". The player has to navigate through several areas filled with enemies and traps, collecting keys and activating triggers than open new areas or give Aarbron the means to overcome a sub-boss. The number of moves the player has at disposal is limited: duck, jump and only two attacks: punch and a flying kick. While most enemies die with just one hit, the player must time each attack accurately. However, there are also traps of objects that cannot be destroyed, and these require the player to jump, duck or move according the sequence. The player has only one life with 12 hit points that can be replenished by collecting some objects hidden in the level (like an off-route location or a under a megalith), which also contributes to the difficulty level.

    Learn More
  2. Dino Dini's Soccer  ( Mega Drive )

    Dino Dini's Soccer ( Mega Drive )

    £2.00

    Although this soccer game is based on Goal, it features a very different control method, with the ball on sticking to your foot to make running with the ball easier. The game is viewed from above and played up and down the pitch, without the left-to-right option of Goal. Matches can be between 2 or 20 minutes, and the scanner which shows player positions on the rest of the pitch can be moved, resized or disabled. The method of triggering aftertouch onto a pass can be chosen as well. The game features a variety of tournaments, including the full World Cup and its qualifying rounds, and the European Championships, or individual matches, as well as being able to configure a league or cup tournament ot your own specification. Only international teams are included, although their names can be customised. Unlike most soccer games of the time, player ethnicities are accurately depicted. Learn More
  3. Jurassic Park ( Mega Drive )

    Jurassic Park ( Mega Drive )

    £3.00

    Out of stock

    The Sega Genesis game based on the Jurassic Park movie/book differs from the games made by Ocean for other platforms. Basically, Sega's Jurassic Park is a side-scrolling action game. You jump from platform to platform, pick up weapons and health items, and try to make it to the end of the level with all your lives intact. This version of Jurassic Park does feature an interesting twist, however. You can play it either as Dr. Grant, or as a Velociraptor. The story and level design changes based on which character you use. Learn More
  4. /

    Asterix ( Master System )

    £5.50

    The Romans, who fail to conquer one final Gaul village, kidnap Getafix, the druid brewing the magic potion that gives all the inhabitants supernatural strength. Vitalstatistix, the village chief, orders Asterix and Obelix to find him, keep him out of Caesar's hands and bring him back at any cost. In seven rounds, you can play either with Asterix or Obelix, and in the bonus stages (accessible when you collect fifty bones in a single round), you control the little Dogmatix. The heroes can jump, punch, swim, throw obstacles, grab vines or ropes and they have distinct moves. Obelix moves slower, but is able to manipulate objects, while Asterix has much more speed. Both characters can be played alternately according to the level. In the two-player mode, you each choose a character and clear areas in turns. Aside from the traditional moves, there are special potions that melt ice, create makeshift bridges or blow up blocks. The game contains many familiar characters and scenery from the comic books. Learn More
  5. Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe  ( Mega Drive )

    Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe ( Mega Drive )

    £3.00

    Out of stock

    Brutal Deluxe doesn't live up to their name - in fact they're the worst team Speedball has ever seen. As their manager, it is your job to transform their fortunes. As well as the league system, which consists of 2 8-team divisions and challenges you to advance to the top, there are also 2 cup tournaments, one of which is played out over 2 'legs' with the aggregate score deciding who progresses. You can play the matches as well, which is the real meat of the game. They consist of 2 90-second periods, and the gameplay is futuristic, fast and frantic, with heavy tackling encouraged to retrieve the ball. Power-ups and tokens appear on the pitch, including ones to make your players extra-tough or freeze the opponents. The sides of the pitch each include a score multiplier, which you can run the ball through to increase the value of your scoring - the opposition can sometimes immediately grab the ball and nullify this. There are also 5 stars which are worth 2 points each if you hit them (more if you have the multiplier activated), but these can also be cancelled out by the opposition hitting the same star, and their points values only become set after the half. Next to the stars there are 'portals' which throw the ball out the opposite side of the pitch, in the direction it was going. You get money for the results, and by collecting the silver tokens which appear on the pitch at random intervals. Between each match you can spend these either on improving your existing players as far as they can go, or on buying better ones and fitting them into the team. Your original players can only be improved to a certain extent, so remembering where your signed players are and making use of them is important. A variety of tokens also appear during the match, some of which boost your team's power for a short period of time, and one freezes the opposition. Learn More
  6. Global Gladiators   ( Master System )

    Global Gladiators ( Master System )

    £2.70

    Global Gladiators is a platform game licensed from fast food chain McDonalds. While playing through the game's 12 levels you'll notice McDonalds logos, burgers and all sorts of family restaurant type stuff as you take Mick and Mack (the game's protagonists) on a journey to clean up "Monsters of Slime World", "Toxi-Town" and more. GAME CARTRIDGE HAS A PRICE STICKER ON IT Learn More
  7. The Need for Speed    (  Saturn )

    The Need for Speed ( Saturn )

    £5.00

    Drive some of your favourite sports cars through wild and fast tracks, including the Dodge Viper, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Porsche, Corvette, Mazda RX7, Toyota Supra Turbo, and Acura NSX. Some of the tracks are open road, meaning you simply fly down a huge highway, with cops following in hot pursuit. One of the options in the game allows you to pick which time of the day to race in. Cover has some scuffs, manual has rolled corners, creased Learn More
  8.  Menacer Gun for Sega Mega Drive+6 Games ( Boxed )

    Menacer Gun for Sega Mega Drive+6 Games ( Boxed )

    £30.00

    Out of stock

    The Menacer is made up of three sections which can be disassembled. The main section alone can be used as a pistol. A skeletonized shoulder stock can be added for extra support. The third removable section are twin sights that are clipped on to the top of the barrel. The Menacer is powered by 6 AAA batteries and was not connected by a wire to the console but by an infrared beam that relays signals to a receiver box that would ideally sit on top of the television. The receiver box has to be plugged into the console in the second controller port. As with other contemporary light guns, the Menacer uses scan lines to determine where the user is aiming and thus requires the use of a CRT-based television set. The Menacer was advertised as the most accurate light gun ever. The Menacer retailed for $100 in North America. Box has some cover damage Learn More
  9. SEGA  Pro Master Vol.4 -Ian Livingstone  ( Paperback )

    SEGA Pro Master Vol.4 -Ian Livingstone ( Paperback )

    £1.75

    Encouraging the Sega player to get the most out of their Sega machine and their games, each book will be complete guides to three top-selling Sega games. The books will provide insights to the games' strategy, history, unusual facts and features and of course their closely guarded secrets. There is a separate section for parents. Each book will be written by an acknowledged expert from across the field of computer games, authors include: Jason Arbombe, Tim Brown of Computer Video Games, Andy Smith of Sega Power and Ciaran Brennen of Computer Games. Learn More
  10. SEGA  Pro Master Vol.2 -Ian Livingstone  ( Paperback )

    SEGA Pro Master Vol.2 -Ian Livingstone ( Paperback )

    £1.75

    Encouraging the Sega player to get the most out of their Sega machine and their games, each book will be complete guides to three top-selling Sega games. The books will provide insights to the games' strategy, history, unusual facts and features and of course their closely guarded secrets. There is a separate section for parents. Each book will be written by an acknowledged expert from across the field of computer games, authors include: Jason Arbombe, Tim Brown of Computer Video Games, Andy Smith of Sega Power and Ciaran Brennen of Computer Games. Learn More

Items 1 to 10 of 120 total

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

Grid  List 

Set Ascending Direction
Website by Simulant.