So, there were three Cruis'n games on the Nintendo 64, and while Nintendo wanted little to do with them (palming them off the the Nintendo/Midway joint venture), there's a secret long-lost brother out there...
It's on the Game Boy Advance and it's called Cruis'n Velocity! Why didn't I know about that?!
Apparently Nintendo still owns the franchise, and hold rights over it... so in theory it should be on the site. It was also supposed to be the handheld's first 3D game. I'll see if I can dig up much... although I bet it sucks.
That is the only mention of Nintendo in the whole game and it does show that Nintendo owns the Crusin' name but in the credits to this game (which I can list if you want) only Graphic State and Midway are mentioned.
Nintendo should try and get Criterion Games or (i wish) the original Outrun team to make a Crusin' for the Revolution.
Also, this might sound strange but, is there a "Sega Database" type of website, as Sega are probably more complicated than Nintendo to understand, especially after the Sammy thing.
I actually started to make one, then I realised that Sega actually published nearly EVERY game on the Master System and about half of the games on the Mega Drive. It was nice to learn, but not nice to compile, and as I don't actually like many Sega games (some of them were plain awful) I decided to scrap the idea and leave it up to someone else to give it a go.