Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 18, 1994
This title is about monsters that are attacking the World of Nakayoshi. The monsters are eating up the citizens. The more they eat, the hungrier they get. Four girls must stop the monsters and defeat Daima to save the World of Nakayoshi. The game is an overhead Adventures of Lolo-style puzzle game featuring characters from various Nakayoshi-printed manga. Sailor Moon and Chibi Moon are playable characters. There are also characters from Goldfish Warning!.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 28, 1997
Featuring Lime, Cherry, Bloodberry, the Saber Dolls, and a new marionette name Apple, the player is able to fight against a CPU or, with another controller, a second player. At the beginning of each round, player's are also allowed to choose two special abilities to buff their characters. The game featured an alternate version of the anime opening and was released in a limited and regular edition, the former bundled with figurines and special edition portraits of the characters.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 3, 2000
SD Gundam G Generation is a series of strategy-RPG video games that focus on the Gundam anime franchise. HISTORY: The G Generation series technically began in 1996, when Bandai released a series of six games for Nintendo's Super Famicom console's Sufami Turbo add-on, each focusing on a particular era from the Gundam multiverse. A Generation focused on the One Year War, B Generation focused on the Gryps Conflict, and so forth up to F Generation, which covered the plot of G Gundam. Instead of continuing the obvious progression and making a G Generation game themed about Gundam Wing, Bandai...
Sony Playstation - Released - August 12, 1999
The second Gundam G Generation game is a strategy roleplaying game starring super-deformed (SD) versions of the anime heroes. Features MS08, 0083 Stardust Memory, Z Gundam, ZZ Gundam, Gundam Sentinel, Gundam F-91, V-Gundam, and other storylines. Players move units across hexagonal fields and battle enemies based on a variety of data, including height on map, suit stats, and more. Units gather experience in battle and can be leveled up to become even stronger. SD Gundam G Generation-0 was released for the Japanese PlayStation in 1999 and later re-released in the cheaper "Bandai the Best"...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 30, 1995
Tottemo! Lucky Man: Lucky Cookie Roulette de Totsugeki ("Absolutely! Lucky Man: Assault on Lucky Cookie Roulette") is an RPG/board game hybrid based on the Shonen Jump superhero manga Tottemo! Lucky Man, about an incredibly unfortunate schoolkid who gets crushed by an alien craft and merges with the intergalactic hero Lucky Man. Similar to something like Dokapon, the game is an RPG framed as a board game: To move Lucky Man, the player must hit a button that stops a roulette that determines how many spaces he can travel. Certain results occur depending on where Lucky Man ends his turn, from...