Bio Miracle Upa: Not sure if you want to get technical, but I believe the Wii VC release used the FDS version.
I think the Dragon Wars prototype has crashing issues. Though I think the game was a port of a western computer game (Apple II? Mac?).
Fire Emblem - Ankoku Ryuu to Hikari no Tsurugi: DS remake officially translated ("Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon") Didn't Smash Bros. also give the FC version an official English title at least (I forget right now what they called it)?
I don't know what exactly "Namco Prism Zone" (other that some random screen in the game) is but I don't think it's part of the title to Dream Master.
I'm guessing the two latter Nantettate!! Baseball games are expansion carts for the former. I bought NB simply because it was a weird-looking FC cart. (It's a U shape with an expansion slot in the back).
I'm not sure RPG Jinsei Game is an RPG. I think it's probably closer to board game (Jinsei Game is what they call the Milton Bradley board game "The Game of Life" and Japan has like a thousand video game versions though I think I've only seen one western version, for PC)
Thanks for your input! I really put it all together by hand, so I'm sure there are these and many more mistakes.
Upa: Ehhh, not a big deal. I suppose it's worth clarifying, at least.
Dragon Wars: You're right... I didn't investigate the game any further once I saw that a prototype existed, but... according to the Lost Levels thread, it's not really worth playing. The game seems to have been released on most computer systems, though.
Fire Emblem: I forgot all about that! SSBB calls it "Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light". I'll make a note of it, but like FF3, I think too much changed in the remake to really consider it "officially" released.
Dream Master: All the names are from the No-Intro database. "Namco Prism Zone" is on the game box, and No-Intro put it in the filename because... that's what No-Intro does.
Nantettate!: Right, they're just expansion carts, but, I dunno. Somebody might want to translate them??? I might take them off of the list, though.
RPG Jinsei Game: From what I can tell, it's pretty RPG-y. You walk around and talk to people and have "random encounters" in the form of life decisions.
In any case, it's definitely more RPG than board game.