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3D Classics: Kid Icarus

Nintendo 3DS - Released - March 23, 2012

Relive Pit’s first adventure in the 3D Classics: Kid Icarus game as you venture from the depths of the underworld up to the heights of the sky palace. The evil goddess Medusa has stolen the Three Sacred Treasures and imprisoned the goddess of light, Palutena, in an evil plot to control all. Play in 2D or 3D as Pit, a young angel who has been entrusted with a magical bow and arrow. Fight against hordes of enemies that swoop from above and below. Secure the Three Sacred Treasures from their evil guardians, equip them and face Medusa in the final battle. Are you the stuff of legend? Restore peace...

Akira

Akira

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 24, 1988

A text adventure game based on the anime of the same name. In the 21st Century, 30 years after a devastating global nuclear war, mankind is once again on the brink of total annihilation. In a world populated by rival motorcycle gangs and petty politicians, a powerful psychic force, known only as 'Akira,' suddenly resurfaces in Neo-Tokyo The player takes the role of Kaneda, who begins the game when his motorcycle gang is taken into police custody after the abduction of their friend Tetsuo by the military. Progress in the game is made by selecting actions from a list. The current location is...

Akuma-kun: Makai no Wana

Akuma-kun: Makai no Wana

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 24, 1990

Based on a popular manga, the game follows Akuma-kun, who the player controls, through three different types of areas. The world map allows Akuma-kun to visit different towns and dungeons. The world map is in an overhead perspective and features random encounters, which pit Akuma-kun against randomly appearing enemies. During battles, the perspective switches to first-person and the player selects different types of attacks from a menu. During battle, the player can summon demons to aid Akuma-kun with fighting. The player's party and the enemies then take turns attacking each other, similar to...

Arc the Lad: Kijin Fukkatsu

Arc the Lad: Kijin Fukkatsu

WonderSwan Color - Released - July 4, 2002

Two generations ago, there was a great battle between the humans and the machines. Led by their evil god, the machines were eventually able to win the battle and to take control over the world. You play the role of Elc, the hero of Arc the Lad 2. As always, Elc is a freelance mercenary who gets assignments from his guild. He encounters Finia, a girl who belonged to a resistance group and whose mother was killed by the machines. With the help of other friends, the heroes must save the humanity and restore the world to normal. This is a side-story in Arc the Lad series, set in a futuristic...

Bad Badtz-Maru Robo Battle

Bad Badtz-Maru Robo Battle

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - August 10, 2001

Bad Badtz-Maru Robo Battle is a game published by Imagineer for the Game Boy Color platform. It was never released outside of Japan.

Bakuchou Retrieve Master

Bakuchou Retrieve Master

Nintendo Game Boy - October 15, 1998

Bakuchou Retrieve Master is a Role-Playing game, developed by TOSE and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 1998.

Bandai Golf: Challenge Pebble Beach

Bandai Golf: Challenge Pebble Beach

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 15, 1989

One or Two players can play a round on this video course modeled after the real Pebble Beach. Each player can select their own handicap. Every one of the 18 holes has familiar golf hazards - bunkers, slopes, and water hazards. You'll also have to contend with some of Mother Nature's hazards like changing wind conditions and Pebble Beach's most difficult obstacle - the ocean. Once you tee off you'll have all kinds of decisions to make. Check your score card to see how you're doing. The card tells you the distance in yards and par for each hole. The computer gives you a bird's-eye view and...

Bases Loaded

Bases Loaded

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 26, 1987

The game allows the player to control one of 12 teams in either a single game or a full season. For single games, there is also a two-player option. Bases Loaded featured a unique television-style depiction of the pitcher-batter matchup, as well as strong play control and a relatively high degree of realism, which made it one of the most popular baseball games of the early NES. One unique feature of the game is that the pitcher can provoke a batter to charge the mound. Each team has only one batter (usually the team's best hitter) who can be provoked in this manner, however; it is up to the...

Bases Loaded 3

Bases Loaded 3

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1991

The game is the third installment of the Bases Loaded series. The series spanned three generations of consoles and eight total installments. The original Bases Loaded title was a arcade game that Jaleco ported to the NES. Only the original Bases Loaded was an acrade game; the rest of the series were exclusive to their particular consoles. There are four video games in the Bases Loaded NES series, Bases Loaded II: Second Season, Bases Loaded 3 and Bases Loaded 4. There was also a Game Boy version of Bases Loaded. The series continued onto the SNES platform with Super Bases Loaded, Super Bases...

Bases Loaded 4

Bases Loaded 4

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1993

Bases Loaded 4 was Jaleco's last 8-bit entry in the long-running baseball series. The game featured slightly more elaborate animations than its predecessor, and much larger fielders. Removed was the goal to play a flawless game; instead the game featured more traditional modes, including exhibition games and full season play. Geared more toward faced-paced arcade gameplay than simulation, Bases Loaded 4 was not licensed by Major League Baseball or the Major League Baseball Players' Association. Therefore, it did not feature real American (or Japanese, for that matter) teams or players.

Bases Loaded for Game Boy

Bases Loaded for Game Boy

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1990

This game is the first installment of the Bases Loaded series, followed by seven sequels across three generations of consoles. Bases Loaded features baseball action with two game modes, USA mode or Japan mode. The difference between the two modes is that the Japan mode contains faster pitches. After selecting your mode of play you are given a choice of two teams: East and West. You can perform all of the basics of major league baseball: pitch, hit, field, pickoffs, pinch hit, and bring in a relief pitcher. Gameplay is viewed from a different perspective when hitting and when pitching....

Bases Loaded II: Second Season

Bases Loaded II: Second Season

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1990

The game is the second installment of the Bases Loaded series. The series spanned three generations of consoles and eight total installments. The original Bases Loaded title was an arcade game that Jalelco ported to the NES. Only the original Bases Loaded was an acrade game; the rest of the series were exclusive to their particular consoles. There are four video games in the Bases Loaded NES series, Bases Loaded II: Second Season, Bases Loaded 3 and Bases Loaded 4. There was also a Game Boy version of Bases Loaded. The series continued onto the SNES platform with Super Bases Loaded, Super...

Battle Rush: Build Up Robot Tournament

Battle Rush: Build Up Robot Tournament

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 13, 1993

The player has to build his own combat robot to use in a fighting tournament. These robots are built in factories that assign the robot a name in addition to installing its head, body, shoulder, and feet. The player has a pre-game lobby to get ready for the robot combat action. All matches have rounds of 60 seconds (unlike the 99-second round of most modern fighting video games). Both robots have a separate gauge for energy and damage. Standard punches and kicks can be thrown in addition to special moves (which look like ammunition).

Blodia Land: Puzzle Quest

Blodia Land: Puzzle Quest

Nintendo Entertainment System - August 11, 1990

Blodia Land: Puzzle Quest is a Puzzle game, developed by TOSE and published by Tonkin House, which was released in Japan in 1990.

Chack'n Pop

Chack'n Pop

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 24, 1985

Chack'n Pop is considered a predecessor of Bubble Bobble. It is a platform game where a roundish yellow creature, named Chack'n, must fight against Monstas and Mightas in order to reclaim hearts that were stolen during a romantic encounter with Miss Chack'n. The Monstas themselves hatch from eggs hanging from the ceilings and the Mightas push a rock that is used as the game's timer. The Monsta eggs have three phases: if it's blue, it's completely harmless, if it's yellow it will pop within 10 seconds and if an egg turns red it will pop almost immediately. Chack'n uses bombs to blow up...

Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon for WonderSwan

Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon for WonderSwan

WonderSwan - Released - March 4, 1999

This is the first game in the Chocobo's Dungeon series. You take on the character of Chocobo and adventure through a randomly created dungeon. The story evolves from the opening movie when a fellow chocobo is "turned" evil by a crystal he finds in a garden. When the evil chocobo kicks you into a dungeon, the adventure begins. Travel through an ever changing dungeon, collecting items and weapons to become more powerful, so you can defeat the increasingly difficult enemies.

Choplifter

Choplifter

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 26, 1986

In Choplifter, the player assumes the role of a combat helicopter pilot. The player attempts to save hostages being held in prisoner of war camps in territory ruled by the evil Bungeling Empire. The player must collect the hostages and transport them safely to the nearby friendly base, all the while fighting off hostile tanks and other enemy combatants. According to the back story, the helicopter parts were smuggled into the country described as "mail sorting equipment." In 1986, ports of the arcade version back to home versions were developed for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega...

Chubby Cherub

Chubby Cherub

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 16, 1985

A game where you'll chomp and chase all day! Chubby Cherub is a chivalrous little angle whose life is far from trouble free. He gets bitten by dogs and pecked at by birds. Firecrackers are thrown at him and smoke puffs cover him from head to toe. And all because he wants to help people-and get some food to eat! Your skills can get Chubby Cherub out of trouble. In this fun-filled, fast-paced Game Pak, you and Chubby Cherub can go on endless adventures. And with you at the controls, Chubby Cherub can rescue his friend, perform his deeds, and make the day a cheerful one!

Contra Advance: The Alien Wars EX

Contra Advance: The Alien Wars EX

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 3, 2002

In Contra Advance The Alien Wars EX™, take down massive hordes of aliens, robots, and monsters to stop the evil Red Falcon from taking over the world! Featuring all new levels and graphics from the original Super Nintendo® hit, Contra's fast paced shooting action will keep you on the edge of your seat!

Crayon Shin-Chan: Ora to Poi Poi

Crayon Shin-Chan: Ora to Poi Poi

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 27, 1993

The game is a simple card game with a Tetris element. The layout is similar to a Tennis court with both players on either sides defending their goal, while stacks of cards are positioned in the center. Players must move Shin up and down sliding cards, in two's, to the center pile matching up symbols and push each stack back to the opponent's side in an attempt to over take their goal.

Crayon Shin-chan: Ora to Shiro wa Otomodachi da yo

Crayon Shin-chan: Ora to Shiro wa Otomodachi da yo

Nintendo Game Boy - April 9, 1993

Densetsu No Stafy

Densetsu No Stafy

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 6, 2002

In the beginning, Stafy was moving things around Pufftop Palace, until he tripped and dropped some things he was moving. One of them fell into the ocean, which was the Magic Jar, an object that seals the evil being known as Ogura.

Densetsu no Stafy 2

Densetsu no Stafy 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 5, 2003

Stafy is now back at Pufftop Palace, playing with his friend Moe. Ogura, imprisoned inside the Magic Jar, unleashes his children into the sky. Ogura's children cause a series of thunderstorms and earthquakes that shake Pufftop Palace, causing the Magic Jar to shatter and release Ogura.

Densetsu No Stafy 3

Densetsu No Stafy 3

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 5, 2004

A short time after Densetsu no Stafy 2, everything was calm and everyone including Stafy was happy again, until another severe thunderstorm came and shook Pufftop Palace. This time, it is more severe than the ones in the past. A lightning struikes the Magic Jar, destroys it and Ogura is free again.

Densha de Go! Pocket: Yamanotesen Hen

Densha de Go! Pocket: Yamanotesen Hen

Sony PSP

Densha de Go! Pocket: Yamanotesen Hen is a train simulation.

Digital Monster Ver. S: Digimon Tamers

Digital Monster Ver. S: Digimon Tamers

Sega Saturn - September 23, 1998

Hackers invade the Digital World and you and your Digimon have to stop them. You must gather 5 coins from all over File Island. However, if you lose to a hacker you lose a coin.

Dodge Boy

Dodge Boy

Nintendo Game Boy - December 6, 1991

Dragon Ball

Dragon Ball

WonderSwan Color - November 20, 2003

Dragon Ball is a Role-Playing game, developed by TOSE and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Dragon Ball 3: Gokuu Den

Dragon Ball 3: Gokuu Den

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 27, 1989

The game is based on the famous Dragon Ball manga series, starring Son Goku, and spans a long time period of the hero's life. It begins with Son Goku being a mere child and meeting the mysterious Bulma who asks him to add her on her quest to find seven Dragon Balls, which can grant any wish. The game follows Son Goku becoming stronger and defeating many foes. You control Son Goku and his friends Krillin and Yamcha in this game. The gameplay is mostly based on training your characters and then taking them to fight enemies, advancing the plot. All the activities in the game (including walking...

Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout

Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout

Sony Playstation - Released - July 29, 1997

After achieving cult hit status around the globe, Dragon Ball GT has finally arrived in the U.S. This polygon rendered fighting game features 10 of the best warriors from the animated television series going head-to-head in a no-holds-barred tournament. Each player has devastating finishing moves, including the infamous "Meteor Smash", which can be countered by an opponent, resulting in some of the most incredible power struggles you'll ever see! There are also 8 playable hidden characters and a practice mode that lets you build up the skills of each fighter. Now, you can find out what gamers...

Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku

Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku

Nintendo Entertainment System - August 6, 1993

The game follows Dr. Lychee, a survivor of the Tuffle race annihilated by the Saiyans. Lychee manages to escape from the planet with a ship containing Hatchhyackku, a super computer able to create "Ghost images" of other warriors, though he is killed soon after. Hatchhyackku creates a ghost image of him to get revenge on the surviving Saiyans. He places machines that emit a gas capable of destroying life on Earth, so Goku, Gohan, Vegeta, Future Trunks, and Piccolo rush to destroy the devices located around the planet.

Dragon Ball Z II: Gekishin Freeza!!

Dragon Ball Z II: Gekishin Freeza!!

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 10, 1991

The game features the story of the Namek Saga and follows closely the story in the anime to the end of the Frieza Saga, except for the fact that, like in the previous game, Tien Shinhan, Yamcha and Chiaotzu are not dead and only Piccolo is, and they are present in the player's party at the beginning along with Gohan and Krillin.

Dragon Ball Z: Gekitō Tenkaichi Budōkai

Dragon Ball Z: Gekitō Tenkaichi Budōkai

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 29, 1992

Dragon Ball Z: Gekitō Tenkaichi Budōkai (ドラゴンボールZ 激闘天下一武道会, Doragon Bōru Zetto Gekitō Tenkaichi Budōkai; lit. "Dragon Ball Z: A Fierce Battle at the Tenkaichi Budoukai") is the first fighting video game based on Dragon Ball Z. It was released only in Japan by Bandai on December 29, 1992, for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game was unique in that it came with a special card reader attachment for the NES, the Datach Joint Rom System, which requires several special cards to be swiped in order to add characters and items in the game.

Dragon Ball Z: Super Goku Den - Kakusei-Hen

Dragon Ball Z: Super Goku Den - Kakusei-Hen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 22, 1995

Super Gokuden: Kakusei-Hen follows the story of Goku from his fight with Piccolo at the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament in the Piccolo Jr. Saga to his final battle with Frieza after Goku had reached the Super Saiyan state in the Frieza Saga. Gohan is also playable in the game. In this game, like its predecessor, the characters are seen fighting by their side.

Dragon Ball Z: Super Goku Den - Totsugeki-Hen

Dragon Ball Z: Super Goku Den - Totsugeki-Hen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 24, 1995

Meet a naive young monkey-tailed boy named Goku, whose quiet life changes when he meets Bulma, a girl who is on a quest to collect seven "Dragon Balls." If she gathers them all, an incredibly powerful dragon will appear and grant her one wish. But the precious orbs are scattered all over the world, and Bulma needs Goku's help (and his super-strength)! With a magic staff for a weapon and a flying cloud for a ride, Goku sets out on the adventure of a lifetime...

Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu

Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 25, 1992

This is where the legend of Super Saiya starts. The strongest man in the universe, Son Goku, fights against the terrible threats which threatens our world. Goku's blood is burning!

Dragon Ball: Daimaou Fukkatsu

Dragon Ball: Daimaou Fukkatsu

Nintendo Entertainment System - August 12, 1988

The story is set right after The 22nd Tenkaichi Boudouki and everyone finding Kurirun dead, along with a note with the Demon symbol on it. Master Roshi explains that Piccolo Daimaou, an ancient evil being, has somehow come back and Goku rushes off to stop him and revive his dead friend, Kurirun.

Dragon Buster

Dragon Buster

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 7, 1987

In the beginning, a prince named Clovis was born the son of the kingdom's chief bodyguard to the royal Lawrence family. As a young child, Clovis was very mischievous and undisciplined, so his father thought it might be best to place him under the care of a monk who lived in the woods far from the kingdom. Under the monk's care, Clovis began to learn various aspects of knowledge, including how to be a superior swordsman. When word reached the monk that King Lawrence's 16-year-old daughter Celia had been abducted and held by a fearsome dragon, who wished to break the kingdom's spirit and coerce...

Dragon Buster II: Yami no Fuuin

Dragon Buster II: Yami no Fuuin

Nintendo Entertainment System - April 27, 1989

The main hero named Carl is a dragon slayer who wields a bow and arrow. He has to pass 6 stages and reach the Dragon Castle to retrieve the sword which the hero of the original Dragon Buster, Clovis, used as a weapon.

Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime

Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime

Nintendo DS - September 19, 2006

The latest game from the creative minds behind the 2005 RPG hit, Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed KingTM, has arrived on the Nintendo DSTM. The hero of this brand-new action-adventure is a slime—one of the most popular monsters from the Dragon Quest series. Experience an action-packed adventure with slime rescue missions, addictive monster and item collection, and fierce multiplayer tank battles. The game is set in the kingdom of Slimenia, a peaceful land that is suddenly invaded by a mysterious cartel called “the Plob,” who then proceed to kidnap all the slimes in the capital city...

Dragon Quest Monsters 1・2: Hoshifuri no Yuusha to Bokujou no Nakamatachi

Dragon Quest Monsters 1・2: Hoshifuri no Yuusha to Bokujou no Nakamatachi

Sony Playstation - Released - May 30, 2002

Dragon Quest Monsters 1 & 2 is a remix of the first two games in the popular Dragon Quest Monsters series for Playstation. The game featured updated graphics and a new interface. In Dragon Quest Monsters 1 you are a young boy named Terry who is looking for his sister Milayou, who was taken away by a creature called Warabou. You end up taking up the life of a monster tamer along the way, with the goal being to win a tournament between the kingdoms of the world; I won't spoil anything, but even for a simple story line this one does throw a curve or two at you. In Dragon Quest Monsters 2,...

Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart

Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 29, 2003

Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart (?????????????? ???????? Doragon Kuesuto Monsutazu Kyaraban Hato?) (Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart) is the third game in the Dragon Quest Monsters series, released only in Japan by Enix for the Game Boy Advance. The game was simultaneously announced with Dragon Quest VIII in Famitsu in 2002. Like the other Dragon Quest titles, development of Caravan Heart was led by Yuji Horii. It is the second Dragon Quest game to be released for the Game Boy Advance (after Torneko no Daibouken 2 Advance). Caravan Heart features the character Prince Keifer from...

Dragon Warrior Monsters

Dragon Warrior Monsters

Nintendo Game Boy Color - September 25, 1998

In Dragon Warrior Monsters, enter Terry’s Wonderland, a magical place of kings, monsters and magic spells. Make monsters your allies to fight through the dangers that lie ahead in the long quest. Find your kidnapped sister and become the most powerful monster master in the world! Each monster has unique special skills to use in battle. Train and treat them well, and you’ll be victorious! Over 40,000 different combinations - can you breed the rarest and most powerful monsters? * Over 200 cute & cool monsters to collect, tame, and train. * Breed your trained monsters to make more...

Druaga no Tou

Druaga no Tou

Nintendo Game Boy - December 31, 1990

Dusty Diamond's All-Star Softball

Dusty Diamond's All-Star Softball

Nintendo Entertainment System - October 27, 1989

Dusty Diamond's All-Star Softball (released in Japan as Softball Tengoku) is a one- or two-player NES video game where players can pick and choose various fictional softball players and customize their own team to take to the championship.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Dragonborn

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Dragonborn

Microsoft Xbox 360 - December 4, 2012

Exerion

Exerion

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 11, 1985

This is a shoot-em-up game with parallax effects in the background. It does have a simulation of inertia in the control of the ship. There are dozens of enemies and two types of shooting: slow and fast. Two weapon systems: one slow double-shot cannon and one fast single-shot cannon. With each enemy hit by the slow cannon you get one shot added to the fast cannon ammunition supply. A challenge stage follows each stage in which you can build up your fast-shot bullet supply.

Famicom Jump: Eiyuu Retsuden

Famicom Jump: Eiyuu Retsuden

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 15, 1989

Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden (ファミコンジャンプ 英雄列伝 Famikon Janpu Hīrō Retsuden?, the subtitle translates to "History of Heroes") is a 1989 role-playing video game for the Family Computer published by Bandai. The game commemorates the 20th anniversary of Shueisha's manga anthology Weekly Shōnen Jump. Set in a world that brings together many of the long-running titles that had appeared in the magazine, both of the past and present at the time of its release. The game consists of a main character wandering and encountering the many Jump heroes as they try to save the world from an alliance of many of...

Famicom Tantei Club Part II: Ushiro ni Tatsu Shoujo

Famicom Tantei Club Part II: Ushiro ni Tatsu Shoujo

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 1, 1998

An autumn night "3 years ago" a 15-year-old boy (the protagonist of the game) are on the run from two police officers. A man, respected by the police, decides to care of the situation by himself. The man takes the boy to a coffeehouse; the boy ran away from his orphanage to find his parents' whereabouts. The man, a private detective named Shunsuke Utsugi, convinces him to become his assistant. The objective is to solve two cases; the murder of a schoolgirl investigating her school's ghost story, and an older murder nearing legal expiration. Like the previous game in the series, the game...

Field Combat

Field Combat

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 9, 1985

Field Combat is a 1985 video game in which the player fights as a single commanding officer in a generic futuristic battlefield. The Family Computer version of Field Combat was later released for the Wii's Virtual Console service exclusively in Japan on June 12, 2007. The object of the game is to make it all the way to the end of the battlefield using the Genesis; a warship that can fire off missiles. While the player controls the blue forces, the player must defeat the Red forces without dying in the process by either avoiding or shooting helicopters, infantrymen, and tanks. An interesting...

Field Combat

Field Combat

Arcade - Released - 1985

Players are assigned the role as the field commander of the blue colored forces who are in a battle against the red colored forces. Players take control of the Genesis, a flying saucer shaped craft, that can fire missiles, capture enemy units with a tractor beam, and deploy allied units onto the field. The game's battlefield is viewed from a top down perspective. The Genesis has a target reticle that is always placed a certain distance in front of the craft. Players have to maneuver this cross-hair over any target they want to shoot or capture. The Genesis can also deploy up to six allied...

Frankenstein: The Monster Returns

Frankenstein: The Monster Returns

Nintendo Entertainment System - July 10, 1991

For years the monster lay in the grave, and the villagers went peacefully about their business trying to forget the horrible nightmare days when HE had spread terror throughout the countryside. For years the sun seemed to shine brighter and the crops grew taller than anyone could ever remember. Surely, their troubles were far behind them, and life was one blissful long walk through paradise. But, their wonderful world would be shattered in one mighty flash from the heavens. For lightning had struck the old tombstone that lay battered and overgrown with weeds in a dark corner of the ancient...

From TV animation - Slam Dunk: Dream Team Shueisha Limited

From TV animation - Slam Dunk: Dream Team Shueisha Limited

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 20, 1994

A special edition of From TV Animation Slam Dunk: Yonkyo Taiketsu! offering "all-star" teams, although there is no longer a "story" mode.

From TV Animation One Piece: Chopper no Daibouken

From TV Animation One Piece: Chopper no Daibouken

WonderSwan Color - Released - October 16, 2003

From TV Animation One Piece: Chopper no Daibouken is a Role-Playing game, developed by TOSE and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 2003.

From TV Animation Slam Dunk 2: IH Yosen Kanzen Ban!!

From TV Animation Slam Dunk 2: IH Yosen Kanzen Ban!!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - February 24, 1995

From TV animation - Slam Dunk 2: IH Yosen Kanzenban!! is a Sports game, developed by TOSE and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1995.

From TV Animation Slam Dunk: SD Heat Up!

From TV Animation Slam Dunk: SD Heat Up!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - October 27, 1995

A basketball game based on the Slam Dunk anime and manga that follows an underdog highschool basketball team as they take on comers from across Japan. It is the third adaptation of Slam Dunk for the Super Famicom, via the developer/publisher team of TOSE and Bandai, and the fifth and presently final video game based on the license overall.The big change for this particular game are the graphics: rather than the semi-realistic manga art style of its predecessors, the game reimagines the characters as large-headed "super deformed" characters. The game and its plot are distinctively more...

From TV Animation Slam Dunk: Yonkyo Gekitotsu!!

From TV Animation Slam Dunk: Yonkyo Gekitotsu!!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 26, 1994

The first Super Famicom game in the From TV Animation: Slam Dunk series of basketball games based on the basketball manga and anime of the same name. The player has some control over each match, and must occasionally complete QTEs to intercept the ball, throw three-pointers and other offensive and defensive maneuvers.A special limited edition entitled From TV Animation: Slam Dunk: Dream Team Shueisha Limited was also released later the same year. It has identical gameplay but only includes All-Star teams.

Funky Fantasy

Funky Fantasy

Sega Saturn - Released - December 13, 1996

Funky Fantasy (ファンキーファンタジー) is a simulation game for the Sega Saturn.

Game & Watch Gallery 4

Game & Watch Gallery 4

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 28, 2002

Relive the birth of handheld gaming with over a dozen classic Game & Watch games. Picture-perfect versions reproduce all the fast-paced action of the original games, and new modern versions bring these games into the 21st century with improved graphics, sound, and game play!

Ganbare Goemon: Tengu-to no Gyakushu!

Ganbare Goemon: Tengu-to no Gyakushu!

Nintendo Game Boy Color - January 14, 1999

Ganbare Goemon: Tengu-to no Gyakushu! is a Ganbare Goemon game released for the Game Boy Color on January 14, 1999. Unlike most games in the series, this game is actually a role-playing game, a genre which was used first in the Ganbare Goemon Gaiden games for the Famicom. The game also borrows some concepts from the franchise's anime series. The protagonist in the game is a boy named Hiroshi, who somehow gets transported into a Ganbare Goemon game and teams with Goemon in order to save Japan from some evil force.

Ganso JaJaMaru-kun

Ganso JaJaMaru-kun

WonderSwan - Released - April 15, 1999

Ganso Jajamaru-kun is a remake of the NES platformer Ninja Jajamaru-kun. It includes new levels and bosses that stretch the gameplay in novel ways. Lord Namazu Dayuu has kidnapped Jajamaru-kun's beloved Princess Sakura. This piratical lord is no laughing matter, despite his sadistically gleeful disposition, he possess an army of creatures drawn from Japanese folklore to prevent you from reuniting with your princess ever again.

Goal!

Goal!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1992

Goal! is a soccer game featuring an Exhibition mode and a Super Cup mode. In the Exhibition mode the player gets to choose from 24 different international teams and play the computer or another player in a single soccer match. The Super Cup mode lets the player select a team and play against the three other teams in the group on their road to winning the Super Cup. Before a soccer game starts, players get to choose a formation and set the game options. Options include turning on or off offsides, fouls, radar (a minimap showing where the players are positioned on the field), and whether to...

Goal!

Goal!

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1988

The game has four modes: World Cup, Tournament, Shoot Competition, and Vs. Mode. The object of the game is the same as in real football; one team must score more goals than the other to win.

Goal!

Goal!

Nintendo Game Boy - 1993

IT'S A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF SOCCER ACTION! The shots. The passes. Sharp graphics and sophisticated strategies. If you're goal is to beat the best in the world at their own game, get into GOAL! for Game Boy. And get ready for the challenge of your life! - Super competition: choose from international field of 16 teams - 3 super modes: Match Play (1-or-2- player), Super Cup (1-player in round-robin tournament), and Penalty Kick Shootout - 3 super perspectives, including a full field view that shows the positions of all players - Super moves... kick, block, head, bicycle kick, pass, or...

Goal! Two

Goal! Two

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1992

Get ready for the ultimate rematch! It's too real! Too fast! Too good to be anything less than the best soccer game ever created for the NES! It's GOAL! TWO, the long-awaited sequel to the original title that set the standard for world class soccer simulation. It's living proof that you can never get too much of a great thing!

Golf Grand Slam

Golf Grand Slam

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 31, 1991

Now, in Golf Grand Slam, you'll face all the conditions you would on a real golf course! Learn more about using each of the 14 golf clubs, how to choose a strike point on the ball, and setting up putts - all while you're contending with wind resistance, sloping greens, complex faiways and more. Two training modes have been specifically designed to help you sharpen your golf techniques. Then, after you've mastered those, you can take on the Golf Grand Slam Top 30 Pros in a tournament that will push you to the limit! So if you're ready to enjoy golf and improve your game without leaving home,...

Golf-kko Open

Golf-kko Open

Nintendo Entertainment System - November 25, 1989

Golf-kko Open is a Sports game, developed by TOSE and published by Taito Corporation, which was released in Japan in 1989.

Gon

Gon

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 11, 1994

Gon is a Japan-exclusive side-scrolling action video game with platforming elements for the Super Famicom published by Bandai. The game is an adaptation of the manga series Gon by Masashi Tanaka, about the daily life of a super-deformed orange carnosaur named Gon. Like the manga, the video game features a minimal plot and no dialogue. Instead it focuses on the cartoonish, comedic situations Gon gets himself into, particularly when searching for food and interacting with other animals. Gon would venture into different ecosystems that made up the prehistoric world.

Hana no Keiji: Kumo no Kanata Ni

Hana no Keiji: Kumo no Kanata Ni

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 18, 1994

Competitive weapon-based fighting game which adapts the storyline of the manga from the beginning and up until the Fūma Kotarō arc.

Heavyweight Championship Boxing

Heavyweight Championship Boxing

Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1990

Once the player chooses a boxer, the other challengers must be defeated in order to gain the title. Points can be distributed and re-distributed on the fighter's health meter, stamina, and how fast he moves around in the ring. Either uppercuts or normal punches can be used to wear down the opponent in the game.

Hyper Lode Runner

Hyper Lode Runner

Nintendo Game Boy - September 21, 1989

Your objective is to gather gold that is scattered on the brick platforms, which are connected by ladders. You are chased by robots (cyborgs) that end your character's life if they catch him, though you can stand on their heads. Your main weapon is the ability to dig both to the left and right of your character. The holes you dig are only temporary and fill themselves in. A robot that falls into one of your holes will be destroyed if the hole fills in before it can escape. Your character can also suffer this same fate, ending his life. Destroyed robots are replaced with new ones that appear...

Iida Joji Nightmare Interactive: Moon Cradle-Igyou no Hanayome

Iida Joji Nightmare Interactive: Moon Cradle-Igyou no Hanayome

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - 1995

Ikki

Ikki

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 28, 1985

In Ikki, players take the role of Gonbe (and his friend Tago if there is a second player), who are farmers living in medieval Japan. They are currently involved in an uprising against their feudal lord. The feudal lord has dispatched his army of ninjas to put a halt to this revolt. Gameplay is viewed from a top down perspective. Players get to explore four different locations (stages) searching for gold coins (kobans) that are spread out across the land. Every gold coin has to be collected for the player to move on to the next stage. While searching for the coins, players have to deal with...

Initial D: Street Stage

Initial D: Street Stage

Sony PSP - February 20, 2006

Initial D Street Stage is a PSP-exclusive game based on Initial D Arcade Stage Ver.3. This game features Dogfight by M.o.v.e. as it's intro theme which also used as the first opening theme of Initial D Fourth Stage. The legend of the street mode which against the rival characters are exactly the same as the arcade game but no Akina Snow or against Miki Senpai.

J. League Super Top Players

J. League Super Top Players

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 22, 1994

The game itself is interesting, with ten teams to choose from, and multiple game modes including an actual tournament or penalty kick practicing. For the PK Battle modes, each player must select a different team. He must then scan a player card (not a team card), and then that player will have a chance to kick a penalty kick (if it is his turn). For all other modes, the player must scan a team card and that will be the team that he will play as for the game(s). The main mode of play is the J.LEAGUE mode, of course. It is set up in a season/tournament setting, with 18 games per team. There...

Jitsuryoku!! Pro Yakyuu

Arcade - 1989

Jitsuryoku!! Pro Yakyuu is a Sports game (baseball), developed by TOSE and published by Jaleco Entertainment, which was released in Japan in 1989.

Kamen Rider Club: Gekitotsu Shocker Land

Kamen Rider Club: Gekitotsu Shocker Land

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 3, 1988

Kamen Rider Club: Gekitotsu Shocker Land is an action adventure game developed for the Famicom and published by Bandai in Japan on February 3, 1988. It is based on Bandai's Kamen Rider franchise, a weekly science fiction story created by Japanese manga artist Shotaro Ishinomori which was published in Shōnen Magazine, as well as being aired on television. The story takes place in a world plagued by Shocker, a mysterious terrorist organization. To further its plans for world domination, Shocker recruited its agents through kidnapping, turning their victims into mutant cyborgs and, ultimately,...

Karaoke Studio

Karaoke Studio

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 30, 1987

Karaoke Studio is a Music game, developed by TOSE and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1987.

Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters

Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters

Nintendo Game Boy - November 5, 1991

A lighthearted adventure with mythical challenges. The "8-bit Summer" series continues with this classic action game from 1991. Angel Land is up to its halos in woes as mythical monsters are running rampant. Pit, the original Kid Icarus, must save the realm again. Armed with his trusty bow, he'll zap the bad guys and find the Three Sacred Treasures hidden by Palutena. Only after this grueling training will he be strong enough to take on the dark forces behind Angel Land's troubles. Pit will encounter old friends and new enemies - from helpful Centurions to the dreaded Eggplant Wizard - as he...

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 2, 1987

KID NIKI is truly AWESOME! This rad and bad punk dude is out to rescue his spike-haired girlfriend, Princess Margo, from the clutches of the Stone Wizard. Armed with a razor-sharp sword, this miniature madman slices his rivals down to size!

Kidou Senshi V Gundam

Kidou Senshi V Gundam

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 11, 1994

Kidou Senshi V Gundam is an Action game, developed by TOSE and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1994.

Kinnikuman II-Sei: Dream Tag Match

Kinnikuman II-Sei: Dream Tag Match

WonderSwan Color - Released - March 2, 2002

Kinnikuman II-Sei: Dream Tag Match is a wrestling game based in the manga/anime series of the same name. It features the cast of Kinnikuman Nisei (known in the West as "Kinnikuman: Second Generations") in a battle to victory. The main story follows Kid Muscle, the prince of Muscle Planet and son of King Muscle (the early protagonist of the series), who fought for peace and justice in the Universe. Kid has now been chosen as King Muscle's predecessor in wrestling history, and must now defeat every opponent that comes his way, stopping total domination by the Demon Manufacturing Plant, an evil...

Konami GB Collection: Vol.1

Konami GB Collection: Vol.1

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - June 15, 2000

Enjoy these classic Konami games on GameBoy. 4 great games to choose from! More Konami classic games coming soon. -Gradius -Castlevania: The Adventure -Konami Racing -Contra

Konami GB Collection: Vol.2

Konami GB Collection: Vol.2

Nintendo Game Boy Color - August 10, 2000

Enjoy these classic Konami games on GameBoy. 4 great games to choose from! More Konami classic games coming soon. -Parodius -Block Game -Track & Field -Frogger

Konami GB Collection: Vol.3

Konami GB Collection: Vol.3

Nintendo Game Boy Color - August 1, 2000

Enjoy these classic Konami games on GameBoy. 4 great games to choose from! More Konami classic games coming soon. Pop n' TwinBee Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon Motocross Maniacs Guttang Gottong

Konami GB Collection: Vol.4

Konami GB Collection: Vol.4

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - August 1, 2000

Enjoy these classic Konami games on GameBoy. 4 great games to choose from! More Konami classic games coming soon. -Gradius II -Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge -Yie Ar Kung-Fu -Antarctic Adventure

Konami GB Collection: Vol.4

Konami GB Collection: Vol.4

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 1, 2000

Enjoy these classic Konami games on GameBoy. 4 great games to choose from! More Konami classic games coming soon. -Gradius II -Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge -Yie Ar Kung-Fu -Antarctic Adventure

Kore ga Pro Yakyuu '89

Kore ga Pro Yakyuu '89

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - December 20, 1989

Kore ga Pro Yakyuu '89 ("This is Professional Baseball '89") is a baseball game for the PC Engine and the first of two games with the Kore ga Pro Yakyuu brand, followed by Kore ga Pro Yakyuu '90. It features twelve teams from the Nippon Professional Baseball organization as it was in 1989. The game resembles most baseball games of the era, with a behind-the-batter perspective when pitching and batting and a top-down view when fielding.

Kore ga Pro Yakyuu '90

Kore ga Pro Yakyuu '90

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - June 29, 1990

Kore ga Pro Yakyuu '90 ("This is Pro Baseball '90") is the sequel to Kore ga Pro Yakyuu '89. It features twelve teams and their players from the official Nippon Professional Baseball organization. It is a traditional 16-bit baseball game. The camera is positioned behind the batter, with cutaways showing other players on the bases. The pitching player can also use this view to change the formation of their fielders before the next pitch. Once the ball connects with the bat, the view switches to a distant top-down view so that the player can manage their fielders.

Kouryuu Densetsu Villgust Gaiden

Kouryuu Densetsu Villgust Gaiden

Nintendo Entertainment System - July 30, 1993

A mixture of both traditional JRPG and side-scroller, the game tells the story of Murobo, a kobold fighter who sets out to destroy an evil demon who is planning to conquer the land of Villgust with the help of fellow warriors he finds along the way.

Law of the West

Law of the West

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 6, 1987

The entirety of the game happens in a small frontier town, and the player takes the role of the town's Sheriff. The scene is the town's main street, with a view from behind the Sheriff's back (the view is so close that only the Sheriff's waist, right arm and gun are visible). Various other characters appear on the main street in front of the Sheriff. The actual gameplay mostly concerns the Sheriff discussing with the various characters via a selection menu similar to those in contemporary graphical adventures. For each line the other character says, the game offers a selection of four...

The Legendary Starfy

The Legendary Starfy

Nintendo DS - June 8, 2009

In The Legendary Starfy players dive into a undersea adventure with Starfy, the hero of Pufftop. Players swoop into enemies like a shooting star, glide over bottomless chasms and transform into powerful creatures to help a mysterious, bunny-eared visitor find his lost memory.

Legends of the Diamond: The Baseball Championship Game

Legends of the Diamond: The Baseball Championship Game

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1992

Each player uses his career stats to determine how well he plays on the baseball field. Fielders have to be controlled manually and baseballs can be manipulated mid-flight like in an arcade game.

M.U.S.C.L.E. - Tag Team Match

M.U.S.C.L.E. - Tag Team Match

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 8, 1985

M.U.S.C.L.E. (Millions of Unusual Small Creatures Lurking Everywhere) is an early NES wrestling game based on the line of toys popular in the 1980s. M.U.S.C.L.E. allows you to choose two wrestling stars from the M.U.S.C.L.E. universe (from a selection of eight) in a tag-team match tournament in one player mode, and versus a friend in two player mode. Each wrestler has one special move that can be used by collecting the power pellet that floats around the ring at random instances.

Magical Taruruuto-kun 2: Mahou Daibouken

Magical Taruruuto-kun 2: Mahou Daibouken

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 19, 1992

Magical * Taruruuto-kun 2: Mahou Daibouken is an Action game, developed by TOSE and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1992.

Magical Taruruuto-kun: Fantastic World!!

Magical Taruruuto-kun: Fantastic World!!

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 21, 1991

Magical * Taruruuto-kun: Fantastic World!! is an Action game, developed by TOSE and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1991.

Malibu Beach Volleyball

Malibu Beach Volleyball

Nintendo Game Boy - March 1, 1990

Welcome to Malibu: Volleyball capital of the world. This is where the best come to play--and show off their tans. If you want in, sign up. But keep your eyes on the ball...there'll be plenty of time for bikini-watching after the match!

Mappy-Land

Mappy-Land

Nintendo Entertainment System - November 26, 1986

Mappy, who is a policeman, prepared all kinds of wonderful birthday presents for his girlfriend, Mapico. But, Nyamco and his child Mukies have hidden them in the eight towns of Mappyland. What a pity! Mappy must hurry to get the presents back before Mapico's birthday party. The problem is that there are so many mysterious towns where Mappy must search, while fighting off his enemies. Can you accept the challenge and help Mappy to succeed?

Maru's Mission

Maru's Mission

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 1, 1991

The Master Traveler takes on the Monsters of the World. Play as the ninja Maru in this action-packed side-scrolling game that will take you on a journey across the world. While Maru is out for a walk with his girlfriend Cori, an evil samurai named Muramasa suddenly appears and kidnaps her. In Maru's efforts to track her down and rescue her, he must face a number of mythological monsters while gaining new and powerful weapons in order to defeat them. Using the hints that are left behind by his enemies, Maru will follow a trail that will lead him across six different locations - including the...

Master Karateka

Master Karateka

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 28, 1989

The player controls an unnamed protagonist who is attempting to rescue his love interest, the Princess Mariko, from Akuma's castle fortress. The game exhibits a combination of a side-scrolling platform and fighting game elements similar to a beat 'em up.

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