Nintendo DS - November 6, 2008
Away: Shuffle Dungeon is an RPG dungeon exploring game mixed with puzzle solving. The player takes control of a young hero by the name of Sword who settles down in Webb village for a nice quiet life. While living there, however, he notices strange happenings, people are disappearing and nobody seems to be bothered and after some investigating he learns that for over 100 years that people have been disappearing one by one by a mysterious evil force. Determined to find what is going on he sets out on a quest to bring back the missing villagers.
Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 7, 2002
Take on the role of Blinx; a cool cat who works at the Time Factory. When the outlaw Tom-Tom gang shows up to steal time crystals and kidnap Princess Lena, it's up to Blinx to jump in and save the day. Using his sweeper, Blinx can suck up and shoot out various trash, items, and bullets. By collecting different hands of crystals Blinx can also rewind, fast-forward, pause, slow, and record time using the Xbox hard disk drive. Play through more than 9 worlds and 30 warped stages in your quest to save World B1Q64.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - August 28, 2007
Famed game producer Hironobu Sakaguchi of Mistwalker and developer Artoon present the highly anticipated Xbox 360 exclusive Blue Dragon. Featuring the character design of Akira Toriyama of Dragon Ball Z and music by Nobuo Uematsu of Final Fantasy, Blue Dragon is an epic role-playing game that centers on a young boy named Shu and several of his friends. These unlikely heroes possess the power to control phantom shadows that mirror the actions of their masters, giving Shu and his comrades miraculous strength and magical powers. The warriors can create and develop their combat styles by utilizing different types of Shadow Change, including Sword, Assassin, and Power Magic. Shu and his friends must use the shadows as weapons and wield their skills to save their world from impending doom. Encountering various people on a planet where numerous ancient ruins remain, the characters and their shadows travel through a world full of mysteries and illusions, where the slightest touch can cause reactions of unparalleled magnitude.
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 7, 2010
The game is set on the fictional Suthon Island. It is said to hold the power to protect the world from harm, which it was protected by a large palm tree and watched over by the nature spirits in the island. Before the game, the antagonist, Omminus, takes over the island in order to rule the world. As a result, the palm tree begins the wither and the princess becomes ill. The leader of the nature spirits recalls an old legend about a hero using sacred pearls to restore the peace. He finds the treasure chest where the hero, Zip, resides. Zip, and a friend from the neighboring Eesturn Island, Pip, set out to retrieve the pearls and defeat Omminus.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 25, 2002
Ghost Trap is a survival horror, similar in style, camera's views and controls to early Resident Evil games. The player controls a scientist, being with friends in a haunted house. He comes between different rooms, collects items and avoids ghosts. He has no gun, the only weapons are traps that are left on the ground. When ghost enters the trap, the player can destroy it.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 4, 2002
In this first person shooter on rails you are George, a ghost hunter, accompanied by his childhood friend and scientist Alicia. You have to exterminate the ghosts that inhabit an old mansion using a special weapon called Spirit Gun. After capturing the various spirits you can read their memories and use this information to solve the mysteries of this ancient mansion.
Sony Playstation - Released - September 5, 2002
Grandpa Bee has kidnapped before finishing you, Pinobee - a robotic bee made to defend the world. The player must go through 9 worlds in order to find and rescue your creator. There are multiple storylines with multiple endings. Pinobee can take out most enemies by jumping on top of then, but the most important means of attack is a dash, which can be executed in any direction (also diagonal). The amount of consecutive dashes can be upgraded when meeting a certain character. Pinobee collects flower and question mark bubbles provide power-ups, enhancing the dashes, providing temporary shields or other bonuses. Players can use the Game Link to collect and trade items with friends for power-ups.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 18, 2002
Pinobee & Phoebee is an Action game, developed by Artoon and published by Hudson, which was released in Japan in 2002.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 11, 2001
Pinobee: Wings of Adventure takes full advantage of Game Boy Advance's 32-bit color graphics. From Pinobee's fluid animation to the detailed environments he explores, it's obvious that a lot of spit and polish has been applied to this Pak. Pinobee screenshots may lead you to believe that this is a standard action platform game, but that is far from an accurate description. Pinobee can walk along the ground or shimmy up walls, but his main means of locomotion is dashing through the air. As he makes it deeper in his quest, Pinobee gains the ability to dash farther and farther through the air. Soon enough, he's spending more time hovering and dashing through the sky than on the ground. This unique play control system gives Pinobee a fresh feel.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 30, 2005
An action-packed sword combat game from Marvelous, with hyper-active, high-flying battling focusing on air combat action (including "Sword Time" for intense juggling airborne combos.) Music theme by Kaori Natori. Released under the full title Tensei: Swords of Destiny in early 2005 in Japan, this sword-based action game is set in China and focuses on airborne attacks which are referred to as "Sword Time." Playing as main character Raiun, you find yourself equipped with a legendary sword, the Tensei Ken. Each of the game's stages has multiple missions which are freely selectable by the player.
Nintendo DS - Released - February 19, 2009
The World of Golden Eggs: Nori Nori Uta Dekichatte Kei is an Action game, developed by Artoon and published by AQ Interactive, which was released in Japan in 2009.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - August 26, 2008
Vampire Rain is a stealth game similar in nature to the Splinter Cell or Metal Gear series. Players are tasked with navigating their character through city streets, while avoiding the vampire enemies that patrol the streets disguised as ordinary human citizens. Players often have to take alternate routes, such as climbing onto rooftops or through alleys, to avoid enemy encounters. Unlike most stealth-action games, Vampire Rain places heavy emphasis on pure stealth. Enemies are extremely fast and can kill the player in two hits; the first hit usually immobilizes the player, giving the vampire sufficient time to land a second, killing blow. Additionally, for the first third of the game, players lack any weaponry that can kill vampires effectively without spending a large amount of ammunition. In effect, most attempts to initiate combat generally result in the player's death. Also, unlike most stealth games, there is usually no effective means to hide or escape once an enemy has spotted the player, which results in the player dying soon after being spotted. Successful completion of many missions thus generally requires total avoidance of enemies by figuring out the correct route to pass through the mission area without being detected. Later in the game, players are given high-powered weapons which prove more effective against the game's vampire enemies. Also, there are a few pre-scripted action sequences that involve fighting against multiple enemies, generally with the assistance of teammates or special environmental hazards. The player's arsenal includes a handgun, submachine gun, assault rifle, shotgun, sniper rifle, anti-armor rifle and a UV Knife used to stab an enemy from behind for an instant kill. If the player collects enough "Medals" that are either placed in hidden or difficult to reach spots throughout the game as well as passing certain missions under certain conditions such as within a time-limit, without needing to retry from a checkpoint or without killing any Nightwalkers will reward the player with extra side-missions and challenges. Online multiplayer involves up to eight players in standard modes such as deathmatch, team deathmatch and capture the flag, as well as the unique mode which allows one to become a nightwalker and fight opponents with extreme speed and power. All the firearms are available online and the gameplay is handled like in single-player.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 13, 2005
Go Full Tilt! Get ready for a novel game experience as you tilt Yoshi through topsy-turvy worlds brimming with adventure! All of Yoshi's Island is trapped in a pop-up book, and Yoshi can't save it on his own - you'll have to tilt the land around him to clear six chapters of mayhem! • All-new game control! By tilting your Game Boy Advance, you can tilt the environment around Yoshi to knock over enemies, swing pendulums, and let Yoshi run up walls and leap huge pits! • Change it up! To clear chapters, you'll have to transform Yoshi into a ship, a bouncing ball, a balloon, and more! • Will this ending be happy? Collect coins, defeat enemies, or race for the finish to complete each course! Bowser's waiting at the end of it all, and he's not happy...
Nintendo DS - Released - November 13, 2006
Return to the colorful wilds of Yoshi's Island in a new platforming adventure. A mysterious floating island has suddenly appeared over peaceful Yoshi’s Island. Soon after its arrival, a gaggle of kids vanishes from the island school. Thankfully, Baby Mario, Baby Peach and Baby Donkey Kong manage to avoid being kidnapped. Now, Yoshi and the three young superstars must set out on a wild and colorful quest to rescue the kids and investigate the ominous island hovering overhead.