Hey brother, I noticed this chart is sorely lacking in sports titles worth a damn...
I was writing down an article for that self-publishing anon from vch, but never finished it completely. I'd like to share some good sports titles that more traditional gaming anons would also enjoy:
>Super Mario Strikers / Mario Smash Football
The prequel to Strikers Charged, in my humble opinion it's a much more compact arcade styled sports game, the sequel has a ton of meta and the fact you can change players is great, but the first one has that traditional Mario sports title feel that it's just impossible to pass on.
>Mario Tennis 64
Honestly one of the most fun tennis simulations there is, tons of hidden content, the Gamecube sequel is also equally great but suffers from the special moves grinding sets to a halt and taunting is so damn obnoxious...
>Inazuma Eleven series (first three titles, GO series is mostly just good at Chrono Stones)
Fantastic footbal x RPG kind of game, it's hard to get a multiplayer match going because of the requirements but it's definitely worth the single player. Boasts tons of content and the ability to pretty much recruit EVERY SINGLE CHARACTER in the game (the student from your school, the enemy teams, CIAniggers, Jesus Christ, major historical figures, aliens etc.)
>Pro Evolution Soccer 6
The perfect arcade simulation of soccer games, it's so good that people in the year of the lord 2020 are making mods for it. Master League is such a fun spin on fantasy football it has to be played to be believed. Music is fantastic too.
>Super Dodge Ball - Kunio no Nekketsu Toukyuu Densetsu (arcade)
Absolutely bombastic dodgeball game, tons of personality and Bosozoku charm. The arcade version is just the coolest.
>Neo Geo Cup '98: The Road To Victory (or Super Sidekicks 2-3)
One of the most interesting arcade sports titles, contains tons of fun and memorable cutscenes. It's notable for its gameplay system, which moves from traditional arcade football to a ton of manually activated quick time events that play a bit like microgames themselves.
>Baseball Stars 2
One of the most gorgeous sports titles ever conceived, music is catchy as fuck and it's just non stop fun. Takes a long time to end a match but it's damn worth it.
The only game other than Warioware, No More Heroes and Red Steel that showed that waggle controls were actually worth sacrificing Nintendo to the casuals. Each sport is great fun to play with motion controls, bowling has quite literally been perfected in this.
>Virtua Tennis (2009 but other versions are good too)
A Tennis series with a penchant for fun minigames and a more "fundamentalist" approach to ball handling.
>Klonoa Beach Volleyball
Spectacular volleyball game that allows among its many features the ability to play 4 player matches using just two playstation controllers. TONS of content to unlock, never a dull moment.
>NFL Blitz 2000
Just look up a single video online of possible plays and tell me this doesn't look like the funniest fucking thing.