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Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception

Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception

Sony PSP - Released - October 24, 2006

Skies of Deception is the first game in the action flight series to appear on the PSP. The player commands the Gryphus Squadron, one of the last to remain for Aurelia with its single airbase, a nation on the southern edge of the Osean Continent. In 2020, Aurelia is attacked by the neighboring country of Leasath, lead by Diego Gaspar Navarro. They invaded because Aurelia was supposedly involved with aiding their enemies in the civil war. There's a variety of crafts with different paint schemes to choose from and many battle missions to attend. In the campaign mode (as usual with different paths to complete it), players can unlock parts to tune their planes. Money is earned by destroying enemies and completing objectives. There are 17 missions in total, but the quickest route in the campaign mode can be done in 10. There is a new multiplayer mode: now up to 4 players can take up one mission in a cooperative (2 players against 2 AI-controlled fighters) or the versus mode with different game types such as Dogfight-Survival, Dog Fight-Shoot Out, Base Attack, Air Superiority, Beacon Battle and Escort Mission.

Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy

Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy

Nintendo 3DS - Released - November 15, 2011

Ace Combat Assault Horizon Legacy soars to the Nintendo 3DS platform with an intense 3D experience that delivers supersonic flying, exciting dogfights and high-altitude acrobatics. With touch screen targeting and added control mechanics, players take full command of every intense skirmish to enable split-second counter-maneuvers, dynamic dogfight action and satisfying enemy takedowns. Fans of the series can look forward to a wide variety of real-world aircrafts to pilot, and a diverse range of missions to take on.

D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die

D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die

Microsoft Xbox One - Released - September 18, 2014

D4 is an episodic video game developed by Access Games and published by Microsoft Studios exclusively for the Xbox One.[3] The game was announced during Microsoft's E3 2013 press event.[3] The title represents the phrase "Dark Dreams Don't Die", as well as the fourth dimension (time).[4] The game is unrelated to the D video game series.[4] D4 was released one day early on September 18, 2014.

D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die

D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die

Windows - Released - June 5, 2015

His name is David Young – formerly with the Boston PD Narcotics Unit, now a private detective. He possesses the supernatural ability to “dive” into the world of the past by touching left-behind items called “mementos.” Two years ago, Young’s wife was killed by an unknown assailant, and Young suffered a blow to the head that cost him his memory. His wife’s final words: “Look for D.”

Deadly Premonition

Deadly Premonition

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - February 23, 2010

Deadly Premonition, known as Red Seeds Profile in Japan, is an open world, survival horror video game developed by Access Games for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In 2010, the Xbox 360 version was published by Ignition Entertainment in North America, Marvelous Entertainment in Japan, and Rising Star Games in Europe, while the PlayStation 3 version was simultaneously released only in Japan by Marvelous Entertainment. A director's cut for the PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows was published worldwide by Rising Star Games in 2013. Set in the fictional, rural American town of Greenvale, Washington, Deadly Premonition follows FBI Special Agent Francis York Morgan as he investigates the murder of an eighteen-year-old woman, which is similar to a series of murders across the United States. Deadly Premonition is a reboot of Access Game's earlier, multi-platform video game Rainy Woods. In production since 2004, Rainy Woods was cancelled soon after its debut at the 2007 convention Tokyo Game Show due to technological issues. The game is notable for introducing open world, nonlinear gameplay and a comedy horror theme to the survival horror genre. It is also notable for implementing a free-roaming storyline within an open game world where all the characters have their own schedules. It has become known for its "headline making strangeness" and is considered one of the most critically polarising games of all-time (holding the Guinness World Record for most critically polarizing survival horror game), receiving both extremely negative and extremely positive reviews and is seen by some as an example of games as art.

Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut

Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - April 30, 2013

Deadly Premonition is an open world, survival horror video game developed by Access Games for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In 2010, the Xbox 360 version was published by Ignition Entertainment in North America, Marvelous Entertainment in Japan, and Rising Star Games in Europe, while the PlayStation 3 version was simultaneously released only in Japan by Marvelous Entertainment. A director's cut for the PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows was published worldwide by Rising Star Games in 2013. Set in the fictional, rural American town of Greenvale, Washington, Deadly Premonition follows FBI Special Agent Francis York Morgan as he investigates the murder of an eighteen-year-old woman, which is similar to a series of murders across the United States. The Director's Cut was released roughly three years after the original version, and is more of an enhanced version than a remake. The main three updates in comparison to the original game are: • Graphics - enhanced with redrawn textures, new lighting and shading and 3D support • Controls - updated and with PlayStation Move support • Story - extended with additional scenarios

Drakengard 3

Drakengard 3

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - December 19, 2013

In earlier times, the world was ravaged by endless war and conflict. The fighting only ceased when five sisters with godlike powers used their song magic to defeat the warlords and bring peace throughout the lands. These Intoners now rule over various parts of the world, where they are adored and worshipped by their subjects. However, there is a sixth and eldest sister, Zero, who wishes to kill her siblings and take their power for herself. One year after failing to defeat the other Intoners, Zero sets out with her dragon Mikhail to kill them one by one. Taking place about a century prior to the first Drakengard, this game puts the player in the role of Zero, who can be accompanied by up to two AI characters who join over the course of the story. Gameplay is largely similar to other entries in the series, comprised of hack-and-slash fighting on the ground and aerial combat in which Zero rides Mikhail. Performing combos fills up Zero's Tension Gauge, which she can tap into to unleash her Intoner powers. In Intoner Mode, Zero's speed and attack power increase, and she becomes invulnerable to enemy attacks. Zero can use four different types of weapons: swords, bracers, chakrams, and spears, and each individual weapon can be leveled up the more it is used in combat.

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered

Nintendo Switch - Released - September 3, 2019

It is a time of war. The Republic of Galbadia, under the influence of the sorceress Edea, mobilises its great armies against the other nations of the world. Squall and other members of SeeD, an elite mercenary force, join hands with Rinoa, a resistance fighter, to fight against Galbadia's tyrannical rule and to prevent Edea from fulfilling her ultimate goal. This product is a remaster of FINAL FANTASY VIII, featuring multiple enhancements including additional options to customise your gameplay experience and difficulty, such as: - Battle assist options (HP, ATB gauge, and Limit Break boosts) - Game speed boost (x3) - No random encounters

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Senjou no Kizuna Portable

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Senjou no Kizuna Portable

Sony PSP - Released - March 26, 2009

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Senjou no Kizuna Portable is a Shooter game, developed by Access Games and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2009.

Lord of Apocalypse

Lord of Apocalypse

Sony PSP - Released - December 17, 2011

Lord of Apocalypse is a Monster Hunter-like game and is the sequel to Lord of Arcana. The plot is similar to it's predecessor: A human who can wield the power of the Arcana must retrieve the seven fragments of the Arcana Stone and become the Vermillion Lord. Along this quest, the hero will have to face and stop a dark entity who is swallowing worlds. The game also plays a lot like Lord of Arcana. There are however several differences: new elements are available, there are more customization options for the hero creation, the enemies can be fought head-on, without having to touch them to engage in battle, and dropped items don't need to picked-up manually; simply moving close to them sends the items in the inventory. The Quick Time events from the previous game are still there, but they are not necessary to defeat the bosses. They are rather an opportunity to collect rarer materials by destroying some monster parts. The visual style is also less realistic, some cut-scenes are even cell-shaded. Mercenaries, one of which can be set to resurrect the hero when needed, can now be hired to aid the hero in his quest. Like in other hunting games, the various weapons allow a variety of combo attacks, but magic can be cast in the middle of a combo. Weapons and armors are crafted with the various materials gathered from the different enemies and bosses. Different quests are available to power up the hero and gather resources.

Lord of Arcana

Lord of Arcana

Sony PSP - Released - January 25, 2011

Lord of Arcana is an action game in which the player (as a customizable character) is taken to the world of Horodyn, where he will have to acquire the Arcana power. To do so, he will need to hone his skills by completing quests from the village of Porto Carillo's slayers guild. The quests consist of defeating specific foes, gathering material, and so on. As the player becomes stronger, the Arcana Stones from the nearby Arayd Temple will awaken, allowing the Master Guardians to be challenged, and their power claimed. The quests happen in set locations such as forests, caves and deserts. Upon defeating monsters in these quests, various materials can be obtained (either from the field, after battles or by destroying Monster Parts) and be used to craft equipment in the village. Apart from usable items like potions and charms, a variety of weapons, armors, orbs and cards can be equipped. Weapons: five types of weapons exist, each with their specific strengths ans weaknesses. Changing weapon will be useful depending on which opponent the player wants to face. Armors: The armors, shield and headgear. They can bestow great protection and sometimes have slots to equip orbs. Orbs: They have a wide array of powers. Some can be used to boost elemental attacks or defenses, some allow quicker movement or makes the weak points of monsters visible. Cards: Needed to cast magic. There are regular spells and the more powerful Ultimate Magics, which summons the Arcana Guardians to perform some incredible feats. The Guild also act as a place where multiple players can join and quest together via the PSP's ad hoc mode. The available quests are the ones that the host player can access in regular gameplay.

Sengoku Basara: Battle Heroes

Sengoku Basara: Battle Heroes

Sony PSP - Released - April 9, 2009

Sengoku Basara: Battle Heroes is an Action game, developed by Access Games and published by Capcom, which was released in Japan in 2009.

Sengoku Basara: Chronicle Heroes

Sengoku Basara: Chronicle Heroes

Sony PSP - Released - June 11, 2011

Sengoku BASARA Chronicle Heroes is a PlayStation Portable game released by Capcom on July 14, 2011. The game is similar to the previous PSP release Sengoku Basara: Battle Heroes. Gamers create a team consisting of two heroes from the series and face off in battle against another player. The game will support up to four players ad hoc. This game feature characters from Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes (called Sengoku Basara 3 in Japan) like Ishida Mitsunari and the revamped Tokugawa Ieyasu. Token Sengoku Basara characters Date Masamune and Sanada Yukimura return as playable characters. New stages include a different take on a section in Sekigahara from Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Heroes. The PSP version will have height differences, which means that battles will also be taken above ground. Speaking of which, the game will now feature new aerial combat elements due to fan request. Characters can now pull off combos while in mid-jump.

Spy Fiction

Spy Fiction

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 31, 2004

Spy Fiction is an action-stealth game combining exciting espionage action with a thrilling story line. During your missions, you'll have to assume the identity of others and steal identifying characteristics like voice and appearance. Also included are action-oriented minigames such as parachuting and rappelling. New gadgets like the optical camouflage suit and spider grips round out your spy tools and let you avoid detection. Travel to locations around the world as one of two playable characters and live the shadowy life of a spy.

The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces

The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces

Nintendo Wii - Released - October 16, 2008

After decades of constant war, the world has finally come to a lasting peace. But with war being an integral part of their lives for so long, the citizens of the world are desperate for a solution to solve this newfound peaceful life of calm and tranquility. To ease this tension and to appease its citizens, the government has started pursuing a new round of wars. These new campaigns are not a power struggle between hostile countries, but rather sponsored events between private corporations with military-trained personnel contracted by each side to do their bidding for them. • From the makers of the acclaimed ACE COMBAT series. • Use realistic, intuitive flight controls in intense dogfights and aerial maneuvers. The Nunchuk™ becomes your flight control stick, while the Wii Remote™ serves as your throttle. • Fly dozens of demanding missions solo, or have a co-pilot man secondary weapons. • Master your air combat abilities in ongoing wars waged between private corporations. • Immerse yourself in a world of detailed 3-D landscapes with flight sounds and radio chatter. • Enter a complex alternative world featured in the award-winning animated film.

Toaru Majutsu no Virtual On

Toaru Majutsu no Virtual On

Sony Playstation 4 - Released - February 15, 2018

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