Video System

ACA NEOGEO POWER SPIKES II

ACA NEOGEO POWER SPIKES II

Nintendo Switch - Released - January 18, 2018

POWER SPIKES II is a sports game released in 1994 by VIDEO SYSTEM. It features the Hyper Mode where the world's strongest eight teams compete along with the World Men's and World Women's teams in this futuristic fighting volleyball game. In Hyper Mode, commands for special serves and spikes can be input for an intense battle. The "ACA NEOGEO" series has faithfully reproduced many classic NEOGEO masterpieces. Players can change various game settings such as game difficulty, and also reproduce the atmosphere of arcade display settings at that time. Players can also compete against each...

Aero Fighters

Aero Fighters

Arcade - Released - 1992

This is a vertical-scrolling air-combat game. Choose a player from four different countries. Aero Fighters lets you choose from 8 planes, each with a distinctive character. Each character has a different mission base to suit their fighter, a huge range of power-ups and weapons, and a distinctive bomb feature for clearing the screen.

Aero Fighters

Aero Fighters

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 30, 1993

The world's hope hinges on your combat skills and sheer determination as an "Aero Fighter". Defend the world from unknown alien forces that are attempting to take over the world. You must extract these unknown forces before they can execute their plot for dominance. After conquering the unknown forces, the battle continues into space where the "controlling intellect" dictated the take-over attempt. You must seek and destroy this evil force to prevent it from seizing other worlds.

Aero Fighters 2

Aero Fighters 2

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - August 26, 1994

Aero Fighters 2 was produced by Video System Co. Ltd. in 1994. A jet shooter with several different characters including a dolphin. FULL POWER! SONIC DOGFIGHT. Up in the skies above 8 countries, control one of 8 fighters and join the sonic dogfight! With 4 level shooting and special weapons, blow out your enemies!

Aero Fighters 2

Aero Fighters 2

Arcade - Released - August 26, 1994

The game is played with two buttons, with the A button firing bullets from the plane and the B button launching a special bomb attack which uses a bomb from a limited stock of bombs. Power bullets can be obtained by destroying buildings and armored enemy planes. There are 2 types of Power bullets: "P" Power bullets, that increases the plane's firepower by one level, and "F" Power bullets, that increases the plane's firepower to the maximum level instantly. The maximum level only lasts for a limited amount of shots. When certain ground enemies and buildings are destroyed, money bonuses...

Aero Fighters 2

Aero Fighters 2

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - 1995

The game is played with two buttons, with the A button firing bullets from the plane and the B button launching a special bomb attack which uses a bomb from a limited stock of bombs. Power bullets can be obtained by destroying buildings and armored enemy planes. There are 2 types of Power bullets: "P" Power bullets, that increases the plane's firepower by one level, and "F" Power bullets, that increases the plane's firepower to the maximum level instantly. The maximum level only lasts for a limited amount of shots. When certain ground enemies and buildings are destroyed, money bonuses appear...

Aero Fighters 3

Aero Fighters 3

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - 1995

The world seems to be free from the menace of the evil alien forces. However, they are not willing to give up and launch a surprise attack against the Aero Fighters' base, effectively destroying their aircraft. Unable to counter the attack, they must use old WWII-era warplanes with strange modifications, in a desperate scramble for victory.

Aero Fighters 3

Aero Fighters 3

Arcade - Released - November 17, 1995

The world seems to be free from the menace of the evil alien forces. However, they are not willing to give up and launch a surprise attack against the Aero Fighters' base, effectively destroying their aircraft. Unable to counter the attack, they must use old WWII-era warplanes with strange modifications, in a desperate scramble for victory.

Aero Fighters 3

Aero Fighters 3

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - November 17, 1995

The third game in this series. The player controls an aircraft whose mission is to combat world terrorism. Each pilot has a storyline that goes along with the game. The game's fighter pilots come from different countries. Each one has a different storyline that unfolds during the gameplay. Also, depending on what country they serve, they get respective currency (or point) bonuses. Each pilot can expand their weapons and collect power-ups for extra large onslaughts. The object of the game is to fly from country to country and destroy all opposition around the world before flying into...

Daa! Daa! Daa! Totsuzen * Card de Battle de Uranai de!

Daa! Daa! Daa! Totsuzen * Card de Battle de Uranai de!

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 8, 2000

F-1 Grand Prix

F-1 Grand Prix

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 28, 1992

F-1 Grand Prix is a top-down racing game based on the 1991 Formula One season. The game features various options for manual car tuning and has a damage system: collisions cause the components to weaken. In order to avoid a fast race end, a pit stop is advised to repair damages. When the car drives a lap, it stands still and the environment rotates around the car. Available playing options are the whole Grand Prix, a single race and a best lap competition.

F-1 Grand Prix: Part II

F-1 Grand Prix: Part II

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 26, 1993

F-1 Grand Prix Part II is the second game in Video System's F1 simulation series. Like its predecessor, the game uses actual Formula One teams and drivers based on the 1992 season of F1, and is licensed by FOCA and Fuji TV. Players can follow a story mode (exclusive to the Super Famicom version) with sequential races or a world circuit that travels all across the globe. There are also modes that let players race on single circuits of their choice, either aiming for a best lap time or simply for practice.

F-1 Grand Prix: Part III

F-1 Grand Prix: Part III

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 22, 1994

A top-down Formula One racing game and the third entry in Video System's F-1 Grand Prix series. Like its predecessors, it carries the license to feature real-life F1 cars and teams from FOCA and Fuji TV (which held the rights to show F1 racing on Japanese television). The game features a story mode that allows the player to upgrade their vehicle and acquire sponsors between races.

F1 Racing Championship

F1 Racing Championship

Sega Dreamcast - Released - February 2, 2001

F1 Racing Championship is the third Ubi Soft F1 racing simulation game, published with the FIA license by Video System. It features official tracks, drivers and cars of the 1999 F1 season. F1 Racing Championship was a game developed by Ubi Soft in 2000. It featured all the 22 drivers and 11 teams from the 1999 Formula One World Championship, as well as the 16 tracks (including the brand new Sepang Circuit. The game featured great graphics and realistic handling. At the time, it was facing steep competition by the ever-popular Grand Prix 3 and the rising F1-series by ISI. The sales were...

Honkaku 4-nin Uchi: Geinoujin Taikyoku Mahjong: The Wareme de Pon

Honkaku 4-nin Uchi: Geinoujin Taikyoku Mahjong: The Wareme de Pon

Sony Playstation - Released - October 25, 1996

Hyper V-Ball

Hyper V-Ball

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1994

VolleyBall With An Attitude! Compete in the Hyper League with half-man, half-machine players that burn up the courts! Or challenge international champion teams in the Men's and Women's Leagues. Control the players on your team to perform a variety of normal and Hyper serves and spikes. You can even alter individual players to make your own team. Play against the computer or a friend, but whatever way you play, prepare to enter a whole new world of volleyball action!

Karate Blazers

Karate Blazers

Arcade - Released - March 1, 1991

Choose among 4 martial arts masters, each with his own distinct killing blow. Feel the excitement of real fighting as you fight to recover the secret scrolls and save the daughter of your slain master. Defend the honor of the old master as only you can do.

Kiteretsu Daihyakka: Bouken Ooedo Juraki

Kiteretsu Daihyakka: Bouken Ooedo Juraki

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 15, 1994

Kiteretsu Daihyakka: Bouken Ooedo Juraki is an Action game, published by Video System, which was released in Japan in 1994.

Pipe Dream

Pipe Dream

Arcade - Released - 1990

Pipe Dream was produced by Video System Co. Ltd. in 1990. A puzzle game where the player has to connect pipes. Each level of this abstract puzzler challenges the player to set up a network of pipes to allow an unspecified substance known as 'flooz' to flow through as many of those as possible. The pieces are offered in random order, and there are seven different types - straight lines going horizontally or vertically, corners rotating in each of the four directions, and cross-over pieces which carry the flooz straight across horizontally and vertically. Each of these can be entered from...

Pop 'n Bounce

Pop 'n Bounce

Arcade - Released - 1997

Pop'n Bounce is a puzzle game similar to Break Out; the player must bounce a ball off a paddle in order to knock out a wall of sprites. However, in Pop'n Bounce, the sprites are of assorted living creatures instead of bricks. Pop'n Bounce has been released for the arcade in Japan (as Gapporin) and the US. Used MVS cartridges seem to be uncommon even online. There is no difference between the Japan and US versions of the game other than the title. The game was not released for the home version of Neo-Geo.

Pop 'n Bounce

Pop 'n Bounce

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - January 1, 1997

In Pop'n Bounce players control a paddle at the bottom of the screen. The object is to keep a bouncing ball in play by hitting it with the paddle when the ball comes down to the bottom of the screen.

Power Spikes

Power Spikes

Arcade - Released - 1991

An indoor competitive volleyball game where the player can play world men's or world women's teams. The player plays the final set of the game and controls bumping, spiking, blocking and serving.

Power Spikes II

Power Spikes II

Arcade - Released - 1994

Play futuristic volleyballs and overpower your opponents with deadly moves and powered attacks. Win against other teams from across the globe in Power Spikes 2! Join the special Hyper League tournament and equip a power armor as you serve the ball and crush your opponents in sci-fi futuristic volleyball based sports. Power Spikes 2 is a classic volleyball arcade game published back in 1994 for the Neo Geo hardware. As a sequel and improved version of the first game, Power Spikes 2 features faster game speed, larger sprites, and characters inspired by real life persons. The game features 8...

Rettou Juudan Nekkyoku Janshi: Higashi Nippon Hen

Rettou Juudan Nekkyoku Janshi: Higashi Nippon Hen

Arcade - Released - 1988

Travel Japan for the best in mahjong nightlife! The title of this game translates from Japanese as 'Hot Affair Mahjong Soldier Flying Over the Archipelago: Eastern Japan Chapter'.

SD F-1 Grand Prix

SD F-1 Grand Prix

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 27, 1995

SD F-1 Grand Prix is a comedic spin-off of Video Systems's F-1 Grand Prix series. Rather than featuring real teams and drivers from Formula 1, it features ten anthropomorphic characters riding very small versions of the various Formula 1 open-wheel vehicles. It still features the licenses of FOCA and Fuji Television, two organizations that control the Formula 1 licensing rights in Japan. The game is loosely inspired by Super Mario Kart and its imitators. The game depicts the course from behind the player's vehicle, with the second half of the screen taken up by either the second human...

Sonic Wings Limited

Sonic Wings Limited

Arcade - Released - 1997

A secret organization called Fata Morgana is developing a weapon that is capable of killing or wounding two-thirds of the world's population. A super-national group of combat experts from all over the world called Project Blue has been established to counteract Fata Morgana's evil doings. There are 6 teams, 12 pilots, and 12 fighters in this version. There are 10 stages but only 7 are playable per game. After completing Stage 4, Stage 5 and 6 are chosen depending on player's performance. After completing Stage 6, one of Fight in Orbit, Another Dimension, or Mars becomes Stage 7, depending...

Sonic Wings Special

Sonic Wings Special

Sega Saturn - Released - July 5, 1996

A secret organization called Fata Morgana is developing a weapon that is capable of killing or wounding two-thirds of the world's population. A super-national group of combat experts from all over the world called Project Blue has been established to counteract Fata Morgana's evil doings. Sonic Wings Special is an enhanced and expanded port of Aero Fighters Special (Sonic Wings Limited in Japan), a coin-op shoot-'em-up with vertical scrolling. The original coin-op game uses altered levels, graphics and many features from Aero Fighters, Aero Fighters 2 and Aero Fighters 3. The home...

Sonic Wings Special

Sonic Wings Special

Sony Playstation - Released - August 30, 1996

Sonic Wings Special is a vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up that combines the features in Sonic Wings, Sonic Wings 2, Sonic Wings 3. and was released for the Saturn and Playstation. There are 7 teams, 14 pilots, and 26 fighters in this game, with each team consist of 2 members, and a choice of 2 fighters per pilot, except the secret team, which has 1 fighter per pilot. Once a player is chosen a team, the other player can only choose pilot and fighter of the respective team. There are 17 stages in this game, but only 9 are playable at a time. After completing stage 1, 3 stages are...

Ta•o Taido

Ta•o Taido

Arcade - Released - 1993

Ta•o Taido takes place on Earth, where eight martial artists from around the planet compete against each other to fight and defeat the legendary master and reveal the secrets of Ta•o Taido. The game appears to be similar to other 2D versus fighting games during its release, but has different gameplay. The player's character fights against his or her opponent in single round matches in a single player tournament mode with the computer or against another human player, while using very simplistic commands that summon charging attacks. Players press and hold two out of three buttons down to...

Taisen Idol Mahjong Final Romance 2

Taisen Idol Mahjong Final Romance 2

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed

Originally on Neo Geo CD is ported unnoficially to AES console. Is the second game in the Final Romance series and the first to feature anime style girls instead of digitized photos of real models. It is also the first to be ported to home systems. Like the first, you play strip mahjong against various girls. You can use your score to purchase various cheating methods.

Taisen Idol Mahjong Final Romance 2

Taisen Idol Mahjong Final Romance 2

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - August 25, 1995

Taisen Idol-Mahjong Final Romance 2 is the second game in the Final Romance series and the first to feature anime style girls instead of digitized photos of real models. It is also the first to be ported to home systems. Like the first, you play strip mahjong against various girls. You can use your score to purchase various cheating methods.

Wai Wai Mahjong: Yukai na Jantomi-tachi

Wai Wai Mahjong: Yukai na Jantomi-tachi

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - June 19, 1989

Wai Wai Mahjong ("wai wai" is Japanese onomatopoeia for the sound of a noisy/busy location) is a Mahjong game in which the player plays against various cartoonish opponents including a racing car driver and a nun. The game is one-on-one - unlike actual Mahjong which is generally played with four players - due to the limitations of Mahjong simulators back in the 8-bit/16-bit era.

Welltris

Welltris

Arcade - Released - March 1, 1991

Welltris was the first Tetris sequel designed by original designer Alexey Pajitnov, with Andrei Sgenov. It retains that game's falling-block puzzle gameplay but extends the pit into three dimensions while the blocks remain two-dimensional, with the board viewed from above. As blocks descend into the well, they can be rotated or moved left or right along the walls, from one wall to another if desired. Once a block reaches the floor, it will slide as far as possible until stopped by an edge or another piece. Whenever the player completes a solid horizontal or vertical line, it disappears and...

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