#17487

Version for Playstation Capcom Generations (Europe) (Disc 1) (Wings of Destiny)

Collection data

.dat name ps1_redump
.dat version Sony - PlayStation | (SIMPLIFIED DAT) | "2020-02-10 11-41-26"
.dat status Up-to-date
ROMset platform Playstation
ROMset title Capcom Generations (Europe) (Disc 1) (Wings of Destiny)
ROMset CRC32* d1516902
ROMset size* 456116304 bytes

Version data

Intro title(s)
  • [eur] Capcom Generations
Compile date 1998-??-??
Serial number
Texts English
Voices None
View side, top
Screen overscan
Media 4 × CD
Players 1, 2, cooperative
Voting 3
Differences
Other versions
Amiga 500 »
???? ★★★ Commando (Europe)
Amiga 500 »
???? Ghosts'n Goblins (Europe)
Amiga 500 »
???? Ghouls 'n' Ghosts (Europe) (Compilation - Platinum)
Amiga 500 »
???? Ghouls 'n' Ghosts (Europe)
Amiga 500 »
???? Ghouls 'n' Ghosts + Venus - The Flytrap (Europe) (Compilation - Chart Attack)
Game Boy Advance »
???? ★★ Famicom Mini 18 - Makaimura (Japan)
Game Boy Advance »
???? Super Ghouls'n Ghosts (USA) (Virtual Console)
MSX (cartridge) »
???? 1942 (Japan)
MSX (cartridge) »
???? 1942 (Japan) (Alt 1)
MSX2 (cartridge) »
???? 1942 (Japan)
NES »
???? ★★ 1943 - The Battle of Midway (Japan) (Beta)
Super Nintendo »
???? Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts (USA, Europe) (Virtual Console, Classic Mini, Switch Online)
ZX Spectrum +3 »
???? ★★ Ghouls 'n' Ghosts (Europe)
Commodore 64 (5.25") »
???? 1943 - The Battle of Midway (USA, Europe)
Megadrive »
???? Daimakaimura ~ Ghouls'n Ghosts (World) (Rev A) (Sega Channel)
Famicom Disk System »
???? Gun.Smoke (Japan)
Arcade »
???? ★★★ Ghosts'n Goblins (World? set 1)
Arcade »
???? ★★★★ Ghosts'n Goblins (US)
Arcade »
???? ★★★★ Ghosts'n Goblins (World? set 2)
Arcade »
???? Gun.Smoke (US, 851115, set 2)
Arcade »
???? Gun.Smoke (US, 860408)
Arcade »
???? 1942 (PlayChoice-10)
Arcade »
???? Daimakaimura (Japan Resale Ver.)
Atari 7800 »
???? Commando (Europe)
Atari 7800 »
???? Commando (USA)
Atari ST »
???? ★★★ Ghosts'n Goblins (Europe) (Compilation - Finale)
Atari ST »
???? Ghouls 'n' Ghosts (Europe) (Compilation - Les Chevaliers)
Game Boy Color »
???? Ghosts'n Goblins (USA, Europe) (GB Compatible)
Master System »
???? Gun.Smoke (Korea) (Unl)
Playstation »
???? Capcom Generations (Germany) (Disc 1) (Wings of Destiny)
Arcade »
1984 ★★★ 1942 (First Version)
Arcade »
1984 1942 (Revision A, bootleg)
Arcade »
1984 1942 (Tecfri PCB, bootleg?)
Arcade »
1984 ★★★ 1942 (Revision A)
Arcade »
1984 1942 (Williams Electronics license)
Arcade »
1984 ★★★★ 1942 (Revision B)
Arcade »
1984 Mach-9 (bootleg of Vulgus)
Arcade »
1984 Vulgus (Japan?)
Arcade »
1984 Vulgus (set 1)
Arcade »
1984 Vulgus (set 2)
Arcade »
1985 Gun.Smoke (Japan, 851115)
NES »
1985 1942 (Japan, USA)
NES »
1985 Chou Fuyuu Yousai Exed Exes (Japan)
Arcade »
1985 Commando (US set 1)
Arcade »
1985 Commando (US set 2)
Arcade »
1985 Commando (bootleg set 2)
Arcade »
1985 ★★★ Commando (World)
Arcade »
1985 ★★★ Exed Exes
Arcade »
1985 ★★★ Ghosts'n Goblins (Italian bootleg, harder)
Arcade »
1985 Ghosts'n Goblins (bootleg with Cross)
Arcade »
1985 ★★★ Ghosts'n Goblins (World? set 3)
Arcade »
1985 ★★★ Gun.Smoke (US, 851115, set 1)
Arcade »
1985 ★★★ Gun.Smoke (World, 851115)
Arcade »
1985 ★★★ Gun.Smoke (World, 851115) (bootleg)
Arcade »
1985 Makai-Mura (Japan Revision C)
Arcade »
1985 Makai-Mura (Japan Revision G)
Arcade »
1985 Makai-Mura (Japan)
Arcade »
1985 ★★ Mercenario (Commando bootleg)
Arcade »
1985 ★★★ Savage Bees
Arcade »
1985 ★★★ Senjou no Ookami
NES »
1986 ★★ Commando (USA)
NES »
1986 ★★ Ghost'n Goblins (Europe)
NES »
1986 ★★★ Ghosts'n Goblins (USA)
NES »
1986 ★★★ Makaimura (Japan)
NES »
1986 ★★ Senjou no Ookami (Japan)
MSX (cartridge) »
1987 Senjo no Ookami (Japan)
Arcade »
1987 ★★★ 1943: Battle of Midway (bootleg, hack of Japan set)
Arcade »
1987 1943: Midway Kaisen (bootleg)
NES »
1988 1943 - The Battle of Midway (USA)
NES »
1988 1943 - The Battle of Valhalla (Japan)
NES »
1988 Gun.Smoke (Europe)
NES »
1988 Gun.Smoke (USA)
Arcade »
1988 ★★★★ Ghouls'n Ghosts (World)
Arcade »
1988 ★★★ Ghouls'n Ghosts (USA)
Megadrive »
1989 ★★★ Daimakaimura (Japan)
Megadrive »
1989 Daimakaimura ~ Ghouls'n Ghosts (World)
Megadrive »
1989 ★★★★ Daimakaimura ~ Ghouls'n Ghosts (World) (Rev A)
Arcade »
1989 ★★★ Ghouls'n Ghosts (Mega-Tech)
Master System »
1990 Ghouls'n Ghosts (USA, Europe)
Amiga 500 »
1991 ★★★ Mercs (Europe)
Super Nintendo »
1991 ★★★ Chou Makaimura (Japan)
Super Nintendo »
1991 ★★★ Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts (USA)
Turbografx »
1991 1943 Kai (Japan)
Megadrive »
1991 ★★★ Senjou no Ookami II ~ Mercs (World)
Master System »
1991 Mercs (Europe, Brazil)
Super Nintendo »
1992 ★★★ Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts (Europe)
Game Boy Color »
1999 1942 (USA, Europe)
Game Boy Advance »
2002 ★★★ Chou Makaimura R (Japan)
Game Boy Advance »
2002 ★★★★ Super Ghouls'n Ghosts (USA, Europe)

Parent Game(s) data

GameGhosts'n Goblins (1985–1998)
Genre(s)action
Saga(s)Ghosts'n Goblins (1985–2002)
SynopsisArthur the brave knight must rescue his beloved Princess from the Demon King Astaroth and his forces - amongst them are the various undead (ghosts, zombies), bats, ogres and goblins. Other challenges include moving platforms, ladders and water/fire hazards.
GameGhouls'n Ghosts (1988–1998)
Genre(s)action
Saga(s)Ghosts'n Goblins (1985–2002)
SynopsisThree years have passed since Arthur defeated the Demon King Astaroth and rescued his beloved Princess Prin-Prin. A new villain, the Great Demon King Lucifer (Loki in some versions) has become the new leader of Ghoul Realm. While returning from a journey, Arthur sees the Princess' castle and her village under attack by Lucifer's forces. While rushing towards her beloved knight, the Princess is struck by one of Lucifer's laser beams. Now, Arthur must venture back to the Lucifer's palace and destroy the demon in order to rescue the Princess' soul and bring her back to life! And it won't matter whether he fights in his shining armor or in his underwear alone...
GameSuper Ghouls'n Ghosts (1991–2002)
Genre(s)action
Saga(s)Ghosts'n Goblins (1985–2002)
SynopsisFour years after Arthur saved Princess PrinPrin from the evil demon Loki, a wonderful celebration is about to take place! Arthur and the Princess are engaged, and the wedding is to take place at last! Thousands from around the kingdom have come to witness this joyous event! But somewhere in the darkness of the forest lurks a horrible evil... Arthur and PrinPrin are spending a quiet moment locked in embrace, when she is suddenly snatched away by a huge demon! As her screams echo through the night, Arthur rushes from the castle, and pursues the demon to the graveyard, where he is greeted by hundreds of horrible ghouls and monsters! Now, this time, they've gone too far... Arthur is ready for them.
GameCommando (1985–1998)
Genre(s)action
Saga(s)
SynopsisSeveral levels await your super-tough Commando in this vertical scrolling game. Armed with only a standard rifle and a few grenades you must take on hordes of Nazis. Some are wandering around in the open, while others have picked out hiding places, which you must approach from certain angles. Trees, rivers and bridges create a varied combat-like terrain and must be incorporated into your thinking. Extra grenades can be collected, and will definitely be required, as they allow you to kill from distance and thus avoid some enemy shots.
GameGun Smoke (1985–1998)
Genre(s)shooter
Saga(s)
SynopsisGun.Smoke is a top-down scrolling shooter that casts the gamer as a lone gunman, out to save the gold rush town of Hicksville from a fearsome group of bandits known as the Wingates. Each level has a particular target enemy, although his or her henchmen must also be taken out.
GameMercs (1991–1998)
Genre(s)shooter
Saga(s)
SynopsisYou are an anti-terrorism soldier, and must rescue a former President from a Central African revolutionary gang. You run through each of the 8 levels, which primarily scroll horizontally, shooting everyone before they can shoot you. At times you will have to shoot trees and other scenery to progress.
Game1942 (1984–1999)
Genre(s)shooter
Saga(s)194x (1984–2000)
Synopsis1942 is a vertically scrolling shooter for one or two players. The year is 1942, and you are a daring fighter pilot "Super Ace". You begin and end each of the numerous levels on an aircraft carrier and then fly your plane into battle against the enemy over both sea and land. After destroying certain plane formations you can collect several different power ups to increase your fire power and chances of survival. You can also make your plane roll to avoid enemy attacks 3 times per life. There are 24 levels, the first being Midway and the last The Final Area.
Game1943 - The Battle of Midway (1987–1998)
Genre(s)shooter
Saga(s)194x (1984–2000)
Synopsissequel to 1942, which is still a vertically scrolling shooter, has the player once again fighting over the clouds during the second world war, this time in an intense battle just off the coast of Midway islands.
GameVulgus (1984–1998)
Genre(s)shooter
Saga(s)
SynopsisThe player controls a spaceship with a single objective: destroy incoming enemies. The vessel has two different weapons: a primary weapon with infinite ammunition and a limited supply of bombs. By picking up the "Pow" icons, which sporadically appear throughout the levels, the player can replenish supplies.
GameExed Exes (1985–1998)
Genre(s)shooter
Saga(s)
SynopsisOn a planet 6000 light-years from earth, there were creatures called Exes, which resemble large insects, that were used for industrial purposes. However, these creatures one day took to revolting against their creators. Two battle machines have been sent to fight against the Exes, known as Colonel and Sargent. The Exes are nearing completion of their secret weapon, Exed Exes, and they must be defeated before this is allowed to happen!
GameSonSon (1998)
Genre(s)platforms, shooter
Saga(s)
SynopsisIn this game, you play the role of either Son Son or Ton Ton as you try to rescue your three friends from the clutches of a random bad guy who kidnapped them right in front of you. Son Son is a side-scrolling action game, where the game field advances automatically, and the screen is divided in six different floors, all of which are populated by enemies or obstacles that will kill you if you touch them; but both Son Son and Ton Ton attack their enemies by shooting small bullets at them out of their weapons (a magic cane and a pitchfork, respectively). Their attack can also stop many enemy projectiles! Your chosen character must jump from floor to floor, evading hunters, bats, fish, statues, insects, skull coins, and mad bombers! As you advance, you can pick up several food items to increase your score. Clearing the screen of enemies will also net you several hefty bonuses.
GamePirate Ship Higemaru (1998)
Genre(s)action
Saga(s)
SynopsisPirate Ship Higemaru is a top-down view arcade game where the player is cast as Japanese sailor Momotaro who has to defeat all of the Higemaru pirates as well as their nefarious captain Bow.