NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - May 29, 1992
Based on the popular Doraemon franchise, Nobita no Dorabian Night follows the adventures of the titular robotic cat, as he tries to rescue his friends from different time periods. How did this happen? Naturally, because of Nobita, Doraemon's best friend and geek extraordinaire. Something went wrong when Nobita was showing his friends a time machine, so they ended up stranded in hostile worlds, and now it's Doraemon's job to save them! The game is a traditional platformer; Doraemon's main activities are jumping his way through the levels and eliminating enemies who try to stop him. Doraemon...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 21, 2002
Gachinko Pro Yakyuu is a Sports game, developed and published by Now Production, which was released in Japan in 2002.
Sony PSP - Released - April 28, 2005
Higanjima is an Adventure game, developed and published by Now Production, which was released in Japan in 2005.
Nintendo DS - Released - January 15, 2009
Imi made Wakaru Otona no Jukugo Renshuu: Kadokawa Ruigo Shinjiten Kara 5-Man Mon is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Now Production, which was released in Japan in 2009.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 30, 2004
Keroro is a plucky little green, frog-like alien who claims to be leading an invasion of Earth... but after his platoon is caught by Fuyuki and Natsumi Hinata -- a young brother and sister -- while hiding in their house, they are abandoned by their home planet, and take up residence with the Hinata family. Keroro insists he is still trying to conquer the planet, but seems more interested in building Gundam models than world domination, and fails miserably with every attempt. MeroMero Battle Royale is a multiplayer party fighting game similar to Power Stone, based on the popular anime and...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 17, 2005
MeroMero Battle Royale Z is the sequel to the first game. It plays virtually identically, but adds three new playable characters for a total of 15, and also adds three new game modes: a Challenge Mode that gives 10 missions to clear for each character, a Survival mode where the player must complete as many missions as possible without running out of life, and a 2D Fighter mode that limits movement to a 2D plane, mimicking games like Super Smash Bros. The story mode, however, has been removed.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 20, 2003
Metal Max 2 Kai is a Role-Playing game, developed and published by Now Production, which was released in Japan in 2003.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 10, 1995
Super Power League 3 is the third Power League game to be released on the Super Famicom and the ninth overall. The series is once again endorsed by Fuji Television, after the second game went with a different sponsor, with play-by-play commentary from Kenji Fukui, an announcer from that network. It features the standard gameplay modes: A single Open game, a multi-game Pennant mode, an All-Stars mode with special teams, a Home Run Derby mode (named "Race"), and an opportunity to watch a match between two CPU teams. The Power League series would see one more Super Famicom sequel in 1996...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 9, 1996
Super Power League 4 is a game in Hudson's Power League series of baseball sims which began on the TurboGrafx-16, a system Hudson co-created with NEC. It is the tenth game overall in the series, but the fourth for the Super Famicom specifically. The game features voice commentary from a professional commentator, like its predecessor, and includes all the official teams of the Nippon Professional Baseball league.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 12, 1994
Romance of the Three Kingdoms (JP: Sangokushi) is a strategy game based on the Chinese novel of the same name. The player assumes the role of one of the Chinese generals involved in the conflict, attempting to recover land from their two rival kingdoms and unite China under their kingdom's rule. The game was originally released in December 1985 for the NEC PC-88 platform. Koei would go on to port the game to many other systems, as well as create many sequels with iterative improvements. Super Sangokushi is a revamped version of the original Sangokushi for the Super Famicom that was...
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - November 26, 2015
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs weaves an intricate story that pushes the boundaries of reality as you battle restless spirits causing chaos throughout Tokyo. Hunt Down Ghosts and Exorcise Evil. The GHOST System (Graphic Horizontal Object Streaming) creates a vivid world unlike anything you've seen before! Loads of bonus features will keep you coming back for more. A gaggle of new and old characters round out the colorful cast and an augmented story featuring new chapters ensure 30+ hours of game play!
Sony PSP - Released - September 29, 2009
Set in the middle ages, Undead Knights is a story about a puppet king, his mysterious queen, and a murderous betrayal. The king ordered his men to slay the entire family of his loyal knight, Romulus, after Romulus questions the loyalty of the queen. You play as one of three characters; the Knight Romulus, his younger brother Remus, or Sylvia, Remus' bride and daughter to the king. As the three lay dying, they make a pact with an evil force, and return infused with unholy power, bent on revenge. As they make their way to the king, players must convert foes into zombie slaves. These...
Arcade - Released - 1990
The Noid, the mascot from Domino's Pizza commercials during the 1980s, is in trouble. There is another Noid named Mr. Green, running through New York City playing practical jokes and causing trouble, but everyone is blaming the Noid for these shenanigans. Now the Noid must clear his name and save the city by catching this impostor. It is another 2D jump and run platform for NES, but with a strange idea and cartoonish and cheerful graphics. The weird character has to beat pizza delivery boys using a yo-yo.
Nintendo DS - Released - May 27, 2008
English of the Dead is an educational game and spin-off of Sega's The House of the Dead series, just like The Typing of the Dead. The game teaches English vocabulary by displaying a Japanese word for each approaching zombie. To kill the zombies, one has to write the correct English translation of its corresponding Japanese word. Words are written using the stylus on the touch screen.