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... Bass Masters 1999 ... Mass Media THQ NA 4 !1–4 E/— Sports/Fishing Bass Rush ECOGEAR PowerWorm Championship 2000 Visco Corporation Visco Corporation JP 1 — Sports/Fishing ... Hunt 1999 Realtime Associates THQ NA, PAL 4 !1–4 E/3+ Board Game Rush 2 Extreme Racing USA 1998 Atari Games Midway NA, PAL 2 !1–2 E/3+ Racing/Automotive S.C.A.R.S ... Shōgi 1996 SETA SETA JP 1 — Board Game/Strategy San Francisco Rush 1997 Atari Games Midway NA, PAL 2 !1–2 K-A/3+ Racing/Automotive San Francisco Rush 2000 ... Atari Games Midway NA, PAL 4 !1 ...
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