Japan Media Programming

DX Nippon Tokkyuu Ryokou Game: Let's Travel in Japan

DX Nippon Tokkyuu Ryokou Game: Let's Travel in Japan

Sega Saturn - Released - December 20, 1996

DX Nippon Tokkyuu Ryokou Game (DX日本特急旅行ゲーム) is a table game for the Sega Saturn

Eberouge

Eberouge

Sega Saturn - Released - May 30, 1997

Eberouge (エーベルージュ) is a dating simulation game for the Sega Saturn. Original game developed by Fujitsu Parex, and Saturn version published by Takara. It was followed by Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu, also on the Saturn.

Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu

Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu

Sega Saturn - Released - June 11, 1998

Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu (エーベルージュスペシャル ~恋と魔法の学園生活~) is a 1998 romance simulation game in Fujitsu Parex's Eberouge series of games released for the Sega Saturn in Japan by Takara.

Gakkou no Kaidan

Gakkou no Kaidan

Sega Saturn - Released - July 14, 1995

Gakkō no Kaidan is an interactive movie with adventure elements, made to tie in with a Japanese ghost-themed film of the same name. Like some other Sega CD games with similar thematics, it features FMV sequences with interactive options. For example, escaping some of the enemies may require the player to press directional keys or the A/C buttons. The other element of the game is a point-and-click style set.

Gekirindan: Time Travel Shooting

Gekirindan: Time Travel Shooting

Sega Saturn - Released - April 18, 1997

Gekirindan Time Travel Shooting (逆鱗弾 タイムトラベルシューティング) is a 1995 arcade shoot-'em-up by Taito ported to the Sega Saturn in 1997 by Virgin. The Saturn port was only released in Japan. Soundtrack was composed by Taito’s house band Zuntata. Gekirindan game appears to be a hommage to competitor Toaplan. Enemies, player ships etc. display many similarities, e.g. Type A’s bomb closely resembles the skull bomb in Tatsujin, Type C’s alternative shot is similar to the green shot in Flying Shark. The story involves time travel, with the heroes following the villain through their period (future from our...

Girls in Motion Puzzle Vol. 1: Hiyake no Omoide + Himekuri

Girls in Motion Puzzle Vol. 1: Hiyake no Omoide + Himekuri

Sega Saturn - Released - December 8, 1995

Hiyake no Omoide (日灼けの思い出) is a jigsaw puzzle game for one or two players featuring photo stills and live videos. The puzzle pieces portray stills and videos featuring five different girls, namely Ayumi (桜井 亜弓), Mami (長谷川 真美), Kyoko (藤本 恭子), Miwako (工藤 美和子), and Chiyoko (山室 千代子). The game feature three gameplay modes. Movie Puzzle mode features countdown mode where player races against time to assemble the animated jigsaw puzzle. Animated thumbnail video can be scrolled over to get the better preview. Upon completing the puzzle, the player is rewarded with fullscreen video of the girl in...

Girls in Motion Puzzle Vol. 2: Body Special 264

Girls in Motion Puzzle Vol. 2: Body Special 264

Sega Saturn - Released - August 2, 1996

Body Special 264 is the second game in Girls in Motion Puzzle jigsaw game series featuring photos and videos of Japanese bikini models. Unlike in its prequel, this game features only three models, namely Akiko Hinagata (雛形 あきこ), Senna Matsuda (松田 千奈), and Akira Kiuchi (木内 あきら). The game feature three gameplay modes: Movie Puzzle - Countdown mode where player races against time to assemble an animated jigsaw puzzle. Animated thumbnail video can be scrolled over to get the better preview. To select the model you wish to use for jigsaw puzzle backdrop, you need to spin the selection and stop...

Heartbeat Scramble

Heartbeat Scramble

Sega Saturn - Released - September 6, 1996

Heartbeat Scramble (ハートビートスクランブル) is a dating simulation game developed by JAMP and published by Imagineer for the Sega Saturn.

Mechanical Violator Hakaider: Last Judgement

Mechanical Violator Hakaider: Last Judgement

Sega Saturn - Released - December 27, 1996

Mechanical Violator Hakaider: Last Judgement is a CD-ROM video game for the Sega Saturn. It is a sequel to the 1995 film, Mechanical Violator Hakaider. The game's story was written by Toshiki Inoue, the director of the original film. 10 years after the events of the film, Jesus Town is attacked by a robot named Waruder and Hakaider is defeated. Disgraced, Hakaider retreats and repairs himself and ventures back to Jesus Town to reclaim his right arm and save the city. The player must battle futuristic versions of DARK robots while trying to liberate Jesus...

Okudera Yasuhiko no Sekai o Mezase! Soccer Kids: Nyuumon-hen

Okudera Yasuhiko no Sekai o Mezase! Soccer Kids: Nyuumon-hen

Sega Saturn - Released - September 27, 1996

Okudera Yasuhiko no Sekai wo Mezase! Soccer Kids: Nyuumon Hen (奥寺康彦の世界を目指せ! サッカーキッズ 入門編) is an educational game developed by JAMP and published by Fujitsu Parex for the Sega Saturn. It it is aimed at teaching children about football (soccer), and features former Japanese footballer Yasuhiko Okudera, who was manager of JEF United Ichihara Chiba when the game was released.

Omakase! Savers

Omakase! Savers

Sega Saturn - Released - February 23, 1996

Omakase! Savers (おまかせ!退魔業) is a Sega Saturn adventure game.

Super Hero Sakusen

Super Hero Sakusen

Sony Playstation - Released - January 28, 1999

Superhero Sakusen (a.k.a. Super Hero Operations) is an RPG released in 1999 by Banpresto for the Sony PlayStation. The game spawned a sequel, known as Super Hero Operations: Diedal's Ambition. The game is considered part of the Super Robot Wars series due to the characters Ingram Prisken and Viletta Vadim who originally debuted in the game alongside the mech R-Gun, which later included in Super Robot Wars Alpha. The theme song for the game was performed by Ichirou Mizuki and Mitsuko Horie. STORY: The story is a mix and match of all robot universes, plot events such as Devil Gundam's...

Super Hero Sakusen: Daidaru no Yabou

Super Hero Sakusen: Daidaru no Yabou

Sony Playstation - Released - November 22, 2000

Super Hero Operations: Diedal's Ambition is an RPG for the PlayStation that features popular tokusatsu such as Ultraman Gaia and Kamen Rider. It is the only sequel to Super Hero Sakusen, also for Playstation. Players assume the role of Gamu Takayama, a member of the fighting force XIG, as he combats evil creatures with the power of Ultraman Gaia. Along the way, he meets other heroes, such as Uchuu Keiji Gavan, Machineman, and Kikaider. The battle system of Super Hero Sakusen: Diedal's Ambition is turn-based; characters take turn inputting and executing commands. The graphics at combat...

Surging Aura

Surging Aura

Sega Genesis - Released - March 17, 1995

Young prince Muu is the son of the king of the country Pasfelda. One day, during a major ceremony, the kingdom is attacked by an army of monsters. The royal wizard has no choice but to use cursed magic. As a result, the mighty demon Rufid appears and challenges the prince to battle. Defeated by the demon, the prince is saved by a mysterious force, and is teleported out of the town, to a remote village, where his adventure truly begins. Surging Aura is Japanese RPG in anime style. Regular enemies are random, and battles are fought from first-person view. The combat is is a mixture between...

Tokuso Kidoutai J-SWAT

Tokuso Kidoutai J-SWAT

Sega Saturn - Released - August 23, 1996

Tokusou Kidoutai J SWAT (特捜機動隊ジェイスワット) is a first person shooter for the Sega Saturn. It is one of the earliest Japanese attempts at the genre. It uses stage specific tasks such as defeat all enemies or defeat the boss rather than the typical "find the exit" gameplay as seen in e.g. Doom. The game makes heavy use of digitized graphics, a technique also seen in e.g. Mortal Kombat.

Tour Party: Sotsugyou Ryokou ni Ikou

Tour Party: Sotsugyou Ryokou ni Ikou

Sega Saturn - Released - April 23, 1998

Tour Party: Sotsugyou Ryokou ni Ikou is a board game, developed by Japan Media Programming and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1998.

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