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Advanced Daisenryaku 2001

Advanced Daisenryaku 2001

Sega Dreamcast - Released - April 26, 2001

Advanced Daisenryaku 2001 is a World War II strategy game, sequel to the game Advanced Daisenryaku: Europe no Arashi - Doitsu Dengeki Sakusen. Both games run on Sega's Dreamcast system. Advanced Daisenryaku 2001 fixed some bugs and moderately improved the graphics of Europe no Arashi and as such it is less of a sequel and more of a fix.

Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen

Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen

Sega Genesis - Released - July 17, 1991

Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen (アドバンスド大戦略 ドイツ電撃作戦), commonly referred to simply as Advanced Daisenryaku, is a 1991 strategy game developed jointly by Sega and SystemSoft and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive exclusively in Japan. It is part of SystemSoft's Daisenryaku series of strategy games, and is one of the few retail Mega Drive games to have online play compatibility via Sega Meganet. It also started the Advanced Daisenryaku line, all of which have been published by Sega. Sega and now-renamed SystemSoft Alpha rereleased the game in 2006 as part of Sega Ages...

Air Combat: Yuugekiou II

Air Combat: Yuugekiou II

Sharp X68000 - Released - September 21, 1990

Air Combat: Yuugekiou II is a 3D flight and air combat simulation seen from a cockpit first-person perspective. The player can choose between mission and flight modes. Mission mode involves traveling to specific destinations and fulfilling particular objectives (such as eliminating a number of enemy aircraft). Flight mode allows the player to choose a real-world location between cities such as New York, Paris, Hong-Kong, and others. The player can also choose between night and daytime, customize the difficulty level and the maximum number of enemies in a location.

Barbarossa

Barbarossa

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 27, 1992

Strategy game based on WWII barbarossa campaign. Operation Barbarossa (German: Unternehmen Barbarossa) was the code name for Nazi Germany's invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II, which began on 22 June 1941. The operation was driven by Adolf Hitler's ideological desire to conquer the Soviet territories as outlined in his 1925 manifesto Mein Kampf ("My Struggle"). In the two years leading up to the invasion, the two countries signed political and economic pacts for strategic purposes. Still, on 18 December 1940, Hitler authorized an invasion of the Soviet Union for a start date of...

Dai Senryaku VII: Exceed

Dai Senryaku VII: Exceed

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 19, 2007

Dai Senryaku: Exceed is a turn-based strategy game played on an assortment of hex-shaped maps, similar in design to early tabletop and computer war games. Players choose one of eight modern-era countries before waging war in a series of 25 missions, each offering multiple objectives and win conditions. The game includes Free Play, Mission, and Campaign modes, over 400 units and 100 maps in total, and multiple tutorials to help new generals learn the play mechanics.

Daisenryaku

Daisenryaku

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1986

Daisenryaku ("Great Strategy") is a military strategy game originally from SystemSoft that would spawn many dozens of sequels and spin-off series. The game is a serious strategy game in which the player takes turns to move their military units around a field - each representing a real-life military vehicle - and try to rout the enemy forces and take over their chief base of operations. Similarly to Nintendo's Famicom Wars, the key to victory is in taking over bases with which to generate more units per turn. With a larger number of units the player has a distinct advantage in overpowering...

Daisenryaku

Daisenryaku

Nintendo Game Boy - June 12, 1991

Daisenryaku is a traditional military turn-based strategy game. The game uses "fake hexagons"; the hexagons are in fact square. There are two rivals in every scenario, "black" and "white" - and four sides are in game: US, USSR, FRG and Japan, each with specific units, based on realistic warfare, for example Mig-23, Su-24, T-80. Bradley, F-15, F-16.... Like in other Daisenryaku games, each side has to produce units such as infantry, several types of tanks, helicopters, etc. Different units have different strengths and weaknesses. The outcome of combat is determined by the attack strength which...

Daisenryaku Expert WWII: War in Europe

Daisenryaku Expert WWII: War in Europe

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 30, 1996

A military turn based strategy game. it’s played on a hex based map where units can moved around. There is a scenario mode and a campaign mode. The player usually controls the Third Reich as a default but it can be changed prior to the game. The action takes place on both the Eastern Front and the Western front. The final battle involves either defending Berlin or attempting to occupy it. Like most Daisenryaku games, airplanes can only be manufactured on airports, ships can only be manufactured on docks, and land-based units can only be manufactured on urban hexes that are closest to the...

F-15 Strike Eagle

F-15 Strike Eagle

Microsoft MSX2 - 1987

The seven missions featured in this simulation of F-15 flight are all real-life missions the plane was originally used in. They take in the Middle East and Asia in the 1970s and early 1980s, and have air and ground targets to destroy. You have machine guns, guided missiles and bombs at your disposal. There is an arcade mode and 3 further difficulty levels. The game features 3 enemy aircraft and 3 types of enemy SAMs.

Ginga: Card & Puzzle Collection

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 14, 1990

Lord of Wars

Lord of Wars

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 29, 1991

Lord of Wars is a turn-based tank strategy game. The player can choose between a scenario and a training mode. It is possible to select commanders and unit types; in the training mode the player can also choose between three different map types, while in the scenario mode player-controlled army advances on a given map in a semi-linear fashion, each location represented as a flag, with the goal of conquering the entire area. All the units in the game are tanks of various types. The player can customize them and assign general tactics regarding their advancement and battle behavior. When a...

Master of Monsters

Master of Monsters

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - February 15, 1991

Master of Monsters is a turn-based strategy game in which you choose one of five different wizards and fight the other wizards for domination of the land that stands without a ruler after the master wizard's death. You can play in two campaigns against the computer which requires you to defeat the enemy wizards on all maps and allows you to take all units that have survived a battle into the next one. You can also play all maps individually with up two four human players. In battles, you can summon different monsters and cast spells. Which monsters you can summon and which spells you can use...

Master of Monsters

Master of Monsters

Microsoft MSX2

Master of Monsters is a turn-based strategy game developed by SystemSoft for the MSX and NEC PC8801. It was later ported to a variety of consoles and PCs including the PC Engine, NEC PC9801, Sega Mega Drive (Genesis), Sega Saturn and PlayStation. While it never garnered the same success as its SystemSoft stablemate Daisenryaku, the game garnered a loyal following. Its success in the North American market on the Sega Genesis proved sufficient for a sequel on the Sega Saturn, and an anime art-style enhanced PlayStation version titled Disciples of Gaia with a Japanese role-playing game feel.

Master of Monsters

Master of Monsters

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1991

Master of Monsters is a turn-based strategy game in which you choose one of five different wizards and fight the other wizards for domination of the land that stands without a ruler after the master wizard's death. You can play in two campaigns against the computer which requires you to defeat the enemy wizards on all maps and allows you to take all units that have survived a battle into the next one. You can also play all maps individually with up two four human players. In battles, you can summon different monsters and cast spells. Which monsters you can summon and which spells you can use...

Master of Monsters: Disciples of Gaia

Master of Monsters: Disciples of Gaia

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1998

Restricted by the laws of heaven, the gods had no choice but to sit back and watch the humans of Earthland destroy each other, their wars never seeming to cease. One day, however, the powerful Gaia had had enough. Along with six disciples, Gaia exited heaven in an attempt to set things straight on Earthland -- or so he led his disciples to believe. Upon his dissension, Gaia became greedy for power, summoning an army of monsters to parade with him throughout the entire world and locking his disciples into one of the many new magical towers he had constructed. After his home, friends and...

Master of Monsters: Neo Generations

Master of Monsters: Neo Generations

Sega Saturn - Released - October 26, 1996

Master of Monsters: Neo Generations (マスター・オブ・モンスターズ 〜ネオ ジェネレーションズ〜) is a Sega Saturn sequel to Master of Monsters released only in Japan.

Moe Moe Daisensou * Gendaiban++

Moe Moe Daisensou * Gendaiban++

Sony Playstation Vita - August 2, 2012

Ogre

Ogre

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987

Ogre is a 2D turn-based strategy game, and a direct computer conversion of Steve Jackson's board game of supertanks going against conventional infantry with howitzers. It plays exactly like the board game - on a hex-based board one player controls ordinary military units (soldiers, tanks etc.), and defends against the second player, who controls a supertank named "Ogre" - Ogre is very powerful, and can easily destroy normal weaponry and ground forces.

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 22: Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 22: Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen

Sony Playstation 2 - February 23, 2006

This game is a remake of Advanced Daisenryaku: Deutsch Dengeki Sakusen, originally released for the Sega Mega Drive. Daisenryaku is not a series owned by Sega, but the Mega Drive version of this game was co-developed and published by the company, meaning it qualifies for the Sega Ages 2500 series. Despite a graphical and audio update, little has changed in this release, and none of the upgrades in game's many sequels were put into this version.

Shanghai

Shanghai

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1988

Shanghai is one of the first video game adaptations of the tile-based game played with the Chinese mahjong stones - essentially a puzzle game that has little to do with real mahjong rules. The gameplay involves 144 tiles, each depicting different images, which have to be removed by matching them into pairs. The tiles are arranged in a gridded pattern, which is higher near the centre. A tile can only be removed if it has no tile next to it on at least one side. This computer implementation can generate a random board layout to take on and features five preset challenges, some of which...

Super Daisenryaku

Super Daisenryaku

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1988

Super Daisenryaku is one of the many titles in SystemSoft's long-running war strategy series. The game mechanics are based on Daisenryaku II, but many of the included maps are unique to this release, including several based on Phantasy Star in Sega's console version. There is no campaign mode, and any of the included maps can be played. Some maps are for two players, some for four, and any map can be played with any combination of human and computer players. The computer versions also feature an editor. The game is played on a large map made up of hexagonal spaces, each of which consists of...

Super Daisenryaku 68K

Sharp X68000 - Released - 1989

Super Daisenryaku is one of the many titles in SystemSoft's long-running war strategy series. The game mechanics are based on Daisenryaku II, but many of the included maps are unique to this release, including several based on Phantasy Star in Sega's console version. There is no campaign mode, and any of the included maps can be played. Some maps are for two players, some for four, and any map can be played with any combination of human and computer players. The computer versions also feature an editor. The game is played on a large map made up of hexagonal spaces, each of which consists of...

Taisen-gata Daisenryaku G

Taisen-gata Daisenryaku G

Sega Game Gear - Released - September 28, 1991

The Game Gear version of the grand old lady of war simulations, Daisenryaku, arranges a war between the fictive Red and Blue countries. On one of thirty different maps, units are produced and moved out into combat, and the war is only over when the enemy capital has been conquered. Three basic phases make up each turn: production, movement and combat. Each city or airbase within a distance of five hexagons from your capital may produce one unit each turn, as long as your funds allow it. Each turn yields new funds, whose amount is proportional to the number of cities and airports you have...

Tenka Touitsu

Sharp X68000 - Released - 1990

Tenka Tōitsu is a strategy game set in feudal Japan, and and the first title in SystemSoft's long-running strategy series. Remarkably similar to the better-known Nobunaga's Ambition, Tenka Tōitsu casts the player as a daimyo during the Sengoku (Warring States) period in Japanese history, the campaign starting in 1551 with Oda Nobunaga's rise to power. The presentation is far more straightforward compared to Koei's game, and there is a focus on strategic use of a small number of units, much like a game of chess. The player may only control a dozen or so units at any given time, and can order...

White Diamond

White Diamond

Sony Playstation - Released - November 25, 1999

White Diamond for the Playstation features a graphical upgrade and rearranged scenarios from the PC version, White Diamond is a love-story RPG that sees players experiencing a high-fantasy adventure through the eyes of a knight. The gameplay is a mix between an action RPG game and a dating simulation since the player character will encounter different girls (like Ristatin, Mell, Claire or Tina) around the game and his relations with them will change the way the story advance. Talking with different characters, or go to the guild when they got new job offers, will allow new missions for...

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