Many Japanese games are accessible to westerners, but accessibility doesn’t always equate to being worthwhile. Crayon Shin Chan is an example of a game left in Japan for good reason, as it doesn’t appeal to non-Japanese audiences and wouldn’t really be worth playing if it did.
Dragon Ball Z: Bu Yu Retsuden
Looking for another quality import fighter for your Genesis after beating the heck out of Yu Yu Hakusho: Makyo Toitsusen? You can’t go wrong with Dragon Ball Z, a series that’s all about beating the hell out of your opponent. Why, it even lets you lay the smackdown from several screens away!
Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers
Saban’s group of teens never stops defending the Earth, no matter what type of gimmick they end up using. Lamentably, not swords, dinosaurs, police cars, or even magic is enough to make Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers enjoyable.