>Bomberman '94 (1994, PC Engine)
It's Bomberman, nigger.
>Crash Team Racing (1999, PSX)
Hell yeah motherfucker it's Crash Team Racing.
>Dungeon Explorer (1989, TurboGrafx-16)
Gauntlet clone with support for 5 players at once. Pick from eight character classes on your way to reclaim the ORA Stone. Not much to look at, but graphics were never the appeal of Gauntlet, were they?
>Panel de Pon (1995, SFC)
A versus puzzle game for only the manliest of men. Your friends have been brainwashed by the demon king, are you a pretty enough fairy to save them? If you've played any of the Puzzle League games (or Tetris Attack) this is the OG.
>Pocky & Rocky (1993, SNES)
Slip'n'slide simulator 1993
Youkai themed run-and-gunner. Play as a cute miko and Tom Nook's great grandpappy as you shoot Japanese folklore in the face. Just remember to not dash into each other or both of you are going for a ride.
>Pocky & Rocky 2 (1994, SNES)
Reimu Hakurei's Tanuki Toss
The sequel. Choose between fat fucking bear, loli ninja and bro-tier monk to shoot Japanese folklore in the face once again. You can also toss your partner at enemies for big damage now instead of playing slip'n'slide.
>ToeJam & Earl (1991, Genesis)
An edutainment game warning kids against letting obese space aliens pilot rocket ships. One of the original roguelites, crawl through randomly generated islands looking for the parts to your rocket ship and presents to defend yourself against hostile life forms. Just don't be the one who picks up the Randomizer.
>Wild Guns (1994, SNES)
Wild-West-with-mechs gallery shooter, with rail shooter elements as enemies will try to walk up and attack you in melee or leave dynamite for your character to step on. No, this isn't just a Nintoddler meme, despite being firmly in "hidden gem" status before getting dragged out for the Switch. Also try the actual shooting gallery in "Vs. Game" mode.