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Asuka 120% Burning Fest.

Asuka 120% Burning Fest.

Sharp X68000 - Released - April 22, 1994

The game's limited story takes place at the Ryōran Private School for Women. This school has been established to educate the daughters of the upper levels of society. The school holds a martial arts tournament called the Club Rivalry Budget Contest Mega Fight every year. Each character employs a different fighting style and the techniques are unique to the fighting club that they belong to. Asuka 120% BURNING Fest. is the debut title of the franchise. It was initially released for the Fujitsu FM Towns, but a short time later it was ported to the Sharp X68000 with three versions of its...

Asuka 120% Burning Fest.

Asuka 120% Burning Fest.

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - March 11, 1994

The game's limited story takes place at the Ryōran Private School for Women. This school has been established to educate the daughters of the upper levels of society. The school holds a martial arts tournament called the Club Rivalry Budget Contest Mega Fight every year. Each character employs a different fighting style and the techniques are unique to the fighting club that they belong to. Asuka 120% BURNING Fest. is the debut title of the franchise. It was initially released for the Fujitsu FM Towns, but a short time later it was ported to the Sharp X68000 with three versions of its...

Asuka 120% Excellent BURNING Fest

Asuka 120% Excellent BURNING Fest

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - December 22, 1994

Asuka 120% Excellent BURNING Fest. is a 2D versus fighting game. It is essentially an upgrade of Asuka 120% BURNING Fest. featuring more zoomed-in visuals thus bigger character sprites, new moves, as well as CD Red Book audio. This version also has adventure/visual novel elements in the story mode and the option to choose between three speed settings. The fighter roster and stages remain unchanged.

Galaxy Deka Gayvan

Galaxy Deka Gayvan

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 29, 1993

Earth is the most beautiful planet in the galaxy, and its peaceful existence is threatened by the criminal mastermind Ballas. The galaxy police sends two agents to deal with the threat: Hiro Aoyama and Michiko Akasaka, who can transform into the powerful super-fighters Gayvan and Mittchi, respectively, and are alone able to stop Ballas. Galaxy Deka Gayvan is a brawler. Players can choose to control either of the two heroes, or both of them in a co-op mode. Like in other beat-em-up games, the player must defeat all the enemies on screen in hand-to-hand combat before being able to proceed....

Mad Stalker: Full Metal Forth

Mad Stalker: Full Metal Forth

Sharp X68000 - Released - January 14, 1994

Mad Stalker is a side-scrolling mecha-themed brawler in which the player controls a character piloting a giant mecha (called "Slave Gear" in the game), fighting hostile robots unleashed upon the city by an evil mastermind. The player can choose between three playable characters: Chico Rodrigues, Richard Winston, and Eve Lurdia, each piloting their own version of a Slave Gear, distinguished by visual appearance as well as balancing of strength and speed. The game consists of six linear stages in which the protagonist has to eliminate all enemies on screen before advancing, typically facing a...

Makeruna! Makendou Z

Makeruna! Makendou Z

NEC PC-FX - Released - March 20, 1998

Makeruna! Makendō Z takes place in the same universe as Makeruna! Makendō, known outside of Japan as Kendo Rage. However, unlike the first game (or its sequel), this is a Japanese-style RPG. Like the other Makeruna! Makendō games (the name means Don't lose, magic kendo!), it has comedy elements. The story takes place in a high school attended by two sisters, Hikari and Mai. Their cousin Saya just came back to Japan from the USA, where she was sent as an exchange student. Due to an unfortunate experiment, the gate to the demon world opens in the school. Using their magic kendo powers, the girls...

Neural Gear

Neural Gear

Sharp X68000 - Released - November 23, 1990

Neural Gear is a pseudo-3D scrolling shooter similar to Space Harrier. You play as Emi T. Fonon, a futuristic soldier from the years after World War IV, who wears a bio-powered suit that can fly back in time and destroy time travelling robots. Each level goes back to an earlier date and has more numerous and powerful enemies. The game is completely controlled with the mouse. Left clicking fires the main weapon - yellow energy balls, while right clicking fires a sub weapon, which is chosen at the start of the level. There are four sub weapons to choose from: SPC that shoots powerful blue...

Ojousama Sousamou

Ojousama Sousamou

NEC PC-FX - Released - May 31, 1996

Ojōsama Sōsamō is based on the anime series Debutants Detective Corps, which tells the story of a group of young girls, led by the wealthy Ayanokouji sisters, which have received a threatening letter and decide to work as detectives to find out who has sent it. However, the game doesn't follow this story and instead puts the player into the shoes of a nameless male thief, whose goal is to outsmart the girls and to steal valuables successfully! This is an adventure/puzzle game. The player navigates the thief through isometric locations. Each location typically contains dangerous spots that...

Ruin: Kami no Isan

Ruin: Kami no Isan

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 19, 1993

Long time ago, a thriving civilization blessed by the gods was ruined as a result of a perpetual war. Humanity has built a new civilization, which resembles a medieval world. The young swordsman Jan lives In the kingdom of Cordelia. One fine day he and Ortena, the daughter of the High Priest, go on a treasure hunt. When they return, they find the country overrun by monsters; Ortena's father is killed, and the princess of Cordelia has been kidnapped. The two team up with a legendary hero, in order to rescue those who can still be rescued, and fulfill the legacy of the gods... Ruin: Kami no...

Voice Paradise

Voice Paradise

NEC PC-FX - May 17, 1996

Voice Paradise plays, for the most part, like an adventure game with an internal schedule. A visit to every locations costs one game day, and the hero has only 30 days to find the voice actress. The locations include TV studio, CD shop, and other locations that have anything to do with anime and voice acting. The game contains plenty of material about Japanese voice actresses, so it can be described as educational. In order to successfully locate the actress, it is necessary to gather as much information as possible and take part in quiz that would narrow down the search and bring the hero...

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