Going off ones released in the west I'd say Guerrilla War. I also think it's one of the best games ever tbh.
I consider Simon's Quest as very under-rated, like E.T. got a bad wrap. I classify it with TMNT as bad games we love, cause they are both are called bad games, but everyone knows of TMNT cause they played it a ton cause most popular game of its time. I think Simon's Quest is like that, minus being uber-popular, but for those of us who loved it, think of it as a gem.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project
Everybody knows about and has nostalgia for the first two TMNT games on the NES, but most people never played TMNT III: The Manhattan Project since it was a late NES release after gamers had already moved on to the SNES. And that's unfortunate since TMNT III: The Manhattan Project was by far the best TMNT game on the NES and it even gives Turtles in Time a run for it's money as the best TMNT game of all time.
Or maybe https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Nemo:_The_Dream_Master
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MagMax that needs some love, too.
Pretty sure this has a good shot as well: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Town_%26_Country_Surf_Designs:_Wood_%26_Water_Rage
Spelunker. And just the franchise in general, very popular in Japan.
I see so many people adore Spelunky (an American Indie rip-off of Spelunker) but never a care for the original. In fact last time I brought up this game
I recall someone here on GS calling it a "Spelunky rip-off" 'T_T
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