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Submitted by exceeding09 786d ago | article

Video Game Crossovers

Here are interesting videos about video game crossovers that link between each other and the real world. These videos show how many games are linked through a series of events within the games...... (3DS, Arcade, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PS2, PS3, PSP, Retro, Wii, Wii U, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

exceeding09  +   786d ago
Can you think of more video game crossovers?
miyamoto  +   785d ago
Fighter's Mega Mix for the Sega Saturn one of the earliest 3D cross over fighting game featuring Virtua Fighter, Virtua Cop, Sonic Fighters, Fighting Viper, Daytona USA, etc... its was lots of fun

Parodius by Konami
exceeding09  +   782d ago
I remember reading about that game in GamePro magazine during the 1990s.
I always wanted to play that game because there were so many characters and looked fun, but I didn't Sega Saturn.

Nice crossovers and thanks for the link.

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