Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1999
A fishing game with both a single and multiplayer VS. mode. In the single player game, players choose to play as either a man or a woman, choose the color of their clothes, and then choose an area they want to fish in. There are two lakes to choose from at the start of the game, but more can be unlocked by completing challenges. An example of a challenge would be trying to catch a set number of fish in five casts. These challenges are given to the player by fellow anglers, who also offer advice and tips to the player. Also, completing challenges may also earn the player new lures to...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 17, 1995
A 1995 Japan-exclusive Captain Tsubasa video game developed by BEC and published by Bandai. It was the final Captain Tsubasa game for the Super Famicom. This game suffered lots of changes from previous games made by Tecmo, this time you will be playing in a real soccer field and in real time, which means that you need to press certain keys even without having the chance of stopping the time (like in previous games), When a certain player is confronted with a one that he considers his rival (like Misugi and Schneider or Tsubasa and *any other player*, for example) they will have a fight,...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 24, 1994
Cyborg 009 is a side-scrolling run-and-gun action game from BEC based on the anime and manga of the same name. The player can control up to three of eight cyborg agents for each stage, each of which has their own separate set of powers. The player can alternate at any time between the three agents they selected, though as all three share a health and "SP" bar (which determines how often they can use special abilities) there's little point to switching out a character if they are badly hurt. Cyborg 009 received a fan translation from localization group Aeon Genesis in 2004. The license also...
Nintendo DS - Released - February 5, 2009
Destiny Links is a Role-Playing game, developed by Bec and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2009. Destiny Links includes the new de facto standard of all portable RPG titles in Japan: four-player cooperative. It will do Monster Hunter one better though by offering Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection support
Nintendo DS - Released - July 1, 2010
Digimon Story: Lost Evolution is a Role-Playing game, developed by Bec and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2010.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 19, 2001
Digimon World 2 is a dungeon crawler video game developed by BEC and published by Bandai for the PlayStation as part of their Digimon series. It is the sequel to the original Digimon World, and was released in Japan in July 2000 and North America the following year in May 2001. Akira lives in Digital City, a town located in fictional "Directory Continent", a land where digimon used to live peacefully. However, wild Digimon began attacking Akira's hometown, and Akira joins a guard team that is charged with protection peace and security of the region. At the start of the game, Akira...
Sony Playstation - Released - June 5, 2002
Digimon World 3 is a role-playing video game created by Bandai for the PlayStation. You play as a child called Junior who enters an online virtual reality MMORPG called "Digimon Online", which is run by the "MAGAMI" corporation. A terrorist attack on the Internet traps Junior and his friends inside the game and he sets out to stop them with his Digimon partners. Unlike past Digimon World games, battles against wild Digimon are random and the battle system although turn-based is very different from Digimon World 2, the most notable distinction is battles are one on one instead of three on...
Nintendo GameCube - Released - June 1, 2005
Digimon World 4, known as Digimon World X in Japan, is the second Digimon video game on GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox game consoles, simultaneously. Instead of being a standard role-playing game like the previous Digimon games, Digimon World 4 has hack and slash gameplay and supports up to four players. The game is loosely based on the Digital Monster X-Evolution film (in fact, the game's opening uses footage from the film itself). The Nintendo GameCube version was not released in the PAL Region.
Nintendo DS - Released - September 18, 2007
In Digimon World™ Dawn, take control of a rookie Digimon Tamer from the powerful Light Fang team of Sunshine district. When a huge earthquake with unknown life energy damages the access points to the Digital World, many Digimon mysteriously devolve into Digi-eggs. With rumors that the incident was caused by the Night Crow team, you must investigate the cause of the earthquake, understand what happened to the Digimon, and restore the city! • Hundreds of Digimon: As you travel throughout the land, collect, tame, train, and evolve over 400 Digimon from 8 different species. Each game contains...
Nintendo DS - Released - November 7, 2006
Let the Digimon battle commence all over the world! More than 250 Digimon are at your command. As the latest and most advanced game based on the popular Digimon brand, Digimon World DS lets you assume a role of Digimon tamer and embark on an exciting journey to discover, tame, raise, train and command Digimon. Unlike many of the character collection driven games in the past, the true fun of Digimon World DS begins when collection is completed. You will be able to build Digi-Farms to raise, evolve and communicate with your Digimons. You will also be able to exchange Digimons, engage in...
Nintendo DS - Released - September 18, 2007
In Digimon World Dusk, take control of a Tamer from the elite Night Crow team of Dark Moon district. When a huge earthquake with unknown life energy strikes the Digital World, the whole town is heavily damaged. With rumors that the incident was caused by Light Fang team, it is now is up to you to find out what caused the incident, and restore the city. • Hundreds of Digimon: As you travel throughout the land, collect, tame, train, and evolve over 400 Digimon from 8 different species. Each game contains some unique and rare Digimon that can only be obtained through wireless communication...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 18, 2007
The game is set in the Digimon Data Squad universe, and revolves around the Seven Great Demon Lords. In this game the player will be able to control the four main Savers characters, Marcus Damon, Thomas H. Norstein, Yoshino "Yoshi" Fujieda, and Keenan Crier along with their respective Digimon partners. The graphics for this game are cel-shaded and the battle system is similar to the Battle Terminal (a Japanese-only arcade game). The game is classified as a "special genre", called a "Dramatic/Innovative RPG", which means that the Digimon partners are affected by how you, the player, treat them....
Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1999
Similar to Digimon World, the plot is centered around the player, who is called to File Island and given a Digivice by Babamon. The island is in trouble because a dangerous card known as the Bug Card was excavated from the Ancient Dino Region, which is able to cause bugs within the Digital World, from minor bugs to major errors. Soon after the excavation, Ancient Dino Region's Card Leader Brachimon contacted Babamon in order to keep the card safe, but before Babamon was able to reach Brachimon, someone had stolen the Bug Card. As the Bug Card continues to go missing, its effects start to show...
WonderSwan - Released - January 6, 2000
In this game, you are the owner of a hamster. Your hamster is inside a cage, and is living its life in real time, regardless of your actions, walking around, sleeping, etc. However, you can do many things to help your hamster feel better. There is a list of topics you can "discuss" with the hamster: for example, you can order it to run inside a wheel, or ask it whether it is hungry or not. You can feed it some typical hamster food, clean the cage from time to time, and even write e-mails to your hamster. Depending on your actions the disposition of the hamster will change.
WonderSwan Color - Released - December 14, 2000
This is the third in Bandai's "hamster simulation" series. In this game, you are the "master" of a hamster. The game flows in real time, but you can interfere and perform various actions. The hamster has its own room in a house, with a table and a wheel. There are many things you can do with the hamster. You can take in to a stroll in the forest, go shopping with it, make it play with a ball, and so on. You can also perform actions unrelated to the hamster, like re-decorating the house or writing and painting on a piece of paper.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 25, 1995
Based on the anime Dragon Ball Z anime series, the game begins as Kuririn, Gohan and Bulma are attacked by Freeza's henchmen at Namek, and follows the story until the battle between Freeza and Goku. The gameplay is very simillar to Dragon Ball Z: Gokū Hishōden, although with some notable differences, as players now have a limited amount of time while choosing a sequence of actions for each turn. Next, the battle will take place in a small map with the heads of the two characters moving around the quadrilater, and a graphic representation of what the characters are doing is illustrated above...
Nintendo DS - Released - August 31, 2007
DBZ: Goku Densetsu for the Nintendo DS is an all new DBZ experience unlike any other, combining strategic card-based gameplay and role-playing elements to deliver a game that is easy to understand but hard to master. Players’ progression is determined through their use of the cards to evolve characters, strengthen moves and create new moves. In the game, cards are marked with eight types of actions, eight power levels and eight guard levels for a total of 512 possible combinations that will determine progress. Players are dealt five randomly selected cards to play with each card denoting...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 11, 1994
Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Son Goku Densetsu (ドラゴンボールZ 偉大なる孫悟空伝説 Doragon Bōru Zetto Idainaru Son Gokū Densetsu?, Dragon Ball Z: The Greatest Son Goku Legend) was released for the PC Engine (the Japanese version of the TurboGrafx-16) on November 11, 1994. It features Gohan telling Goten of the battles of their deceased father, Goku, along with other characters. The game illustrates Goku's seven greatest battles: Fighting Tao Pai Pai, challenging Tienshinhan at the Tenkaichi Budokai, destroying King Piccolo, fighting Piccolo at the Tenkaichi Budokai, protecting Earth from Vegeta, saving Namek from...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 7, 2006
Based off the Eureka Seven anime, this game takes place several years following the show. Developed by BEC, with characters and scenario by the anime staff, you play as a member of the government forces against which the characters in the anime fight. In addition to taking control of the main character directly, you also get to pilot an LFO mech which can be customized with new weapons and parts, and also engage in mind-boggling board riding action.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 17, 2007
After abandoning the corrupt military and becoming a professional lifter, Sumner Sturgeon has become disenchanted with the life of an air sport athlete. Fate intervenes when his lost love returns and enlists his help to discover and stop the creation of the dangerous CFS (Compact Feedback System).
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 4, 2009
Evangelion: Jo is an Action game, developed by Bec and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2009
Sony PSP - Released - October 15, 2009
Experience the adventures of the Elric brothers on PSP, two cursed young alchemists. Flex your spectacular alchemist abilities, using the terrain strategically to gain the upper hand. Launch special combination attacks with your partner to turn the tide of battle. In Multiplayer Mode, players can co-operate or fight against each other to find out once and for all who has the most powerful alchemy at their fingertips.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - February 5, 1993
GeGeGe no Kitarou: Fukkatsu! Tenma Daiou ("GeGeGe no Kitarou: Revival! Great King Tenma") is a side-scrolling action game based on the GeGeGe no Kitarou license. Kitarou, a youkai boy and the last surviving member of the Ghost Tribe, is tasked with defeating the cocoon form of the dormant Great King Tenma before he can revive and destroy the world of humans. Each stage is set up as a series of boss fights against notable youkai from the franchise. The player must learn their tactics and defeat them while preserving as much of their health as possible, as they will often have to fight...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 26, 1999
Gundam Side Story 0079: Rise from the Ashes is a mech combat simulation set in the Gundam universe. Created to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the franchise, it presents an original story set during the One Year War between the Earth Federation and Zeon, parallel to the events of the first Gundam TV series. It takes place in Australia and stars the mobile suit team White Dingo, a guerrilla combat unit supporting the main forces of a Federation counteroffensive against the Zeonic forces. The player controls Lt. Rayer, who along with his team mates Leung, Mike and Anita must fight Zeon in...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 22, 1994
One of the several games based on the anime and manga Patlabor. In this role-playing game the player controls two main pilots from the series, Noa Izumi and Isao Ota, as they complete their typical duties each day, helping to deal with rogue Labors (Mecha) and other such incidents. The gameplay consists of three modes - a map of Japan, showing where assignments are located, the "main" screen, where the player controls the Labor from a top-down viewpoint and maneuvers it around the area of the crime, and the combat screen, for when you press the action button to attack a rogue Labor. From...
Sony PSP - Released - February 12, 2009
Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gihren no Yabou - Axis no Kyoui V is a Strategy game, developed by Bec and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2009. Is an expanded version of Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gihren no Yabou - Axis no Kyoui.
Nintendo DS - Released - March 27, 2008
Mobile Suit Gundam 00, is a 3D action video game for the Nintendo DS based on the anime, Mobile Suit Gundam 00. The game involves four main characters who control their mobile suits, performing interventions against various conflicts around the world. It was developed by BEC and produced by Namco Games.
WonderSwan Color - Released - March 27, 2003
In this RPG you play as Naruto Uzumaki, who has fallen from the Ninja School Academy. Although Naruto is a problem child in the village of Kinoha Hidden, he has a dream of becoming a ninja that surpasses his predecessor by inheriting the title of “Hokage”, the highest rank of Shinobi.
Nintendo 64 - Released - June 25, 1999
This game is an interactive adaptation of Neon Genesis Evangelion for N64. Called Shinseki Evangelion in Japan, the Gainax-produced anime series originally aired from October '95 to March '96 and soon spawned a feature movie release in '97. The N64 game starts in the year 2015, 15 years after Second Impact. The Angels have returned and suddenly attack Tokyo-3. Using so-called "terror-fields" that cannot be penetrated by ordinary weapons, the Angels are taking on every human force sent out to oppose them. That's where you come in. As the pilot of the NERV-designed Evangelions, Shinji Ikari,...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 11, 2004
Play It Pinball is classic American pinball like you’ve never seen it before. Relive the games everybody was playing in the classic era of pinball with each table beautifully crafted to capture the atmosphere of 1950’s Americana. Features include 11 themed tables including Surf King, Western Sheriff, Baseball and Horror, hidden tables released as you rack up those high scores, and the option to choose your own viewpoint and table angle. Released only in Europe and Japan.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 27, 1994
A hex-based turn-based strategy game featuring super deformed Gundam from the franchise of the same name. It follows from 1992's SD Gundam X and adds additional features and units.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 21, 1995
Shin SD Sengokuden: Daishogun Retsuden ("New SD Sengoku Chapter: Daishogun Biographies") is a licensed Super Famicom strategy game based on Shin SD Sengokuden, which is a spin-off of the larger SD Gundam universe which presents the Gundams themselves as sentient beings with super-deformed proportions. SD Sengokuden and Shin SD Sengokuden recontextualizes the struggles of Gundam F91, V Gundam and G Gundam as fighting against a corrupt feudal lord in an alternate version of the Sengoku historical period of Japan. The game has the player raising mighty armies and taking on armies of enemy units...
Sony PSP - Released - January 29, 2009
Wrought your weapon into a death scythe in the fighting game Soul Eater: Battle Resonance, find 99 souls born from the egg of the kishins and one witch's soul. Maka and Soul Eater have failed this task once by mistaking the soul of Blair the cat as a witch and could not bear to fail again. Following the plot of the first 24 episodes of the anime, you get to take part in the fights Maka and gang participated in and experience the coolness of the characters at first hand. For those who have never seen the anime, be amazed at the comical situations the characters managed to get...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 29, 2009
:: Game :: The player competes in a one on one matches against computer-controlled opponents within a stage a time limit, and Round number, which can be changed during the selection of characters. During the gameplay, there's a power gauge in which charges overtime as you fight your opponent. Occasionally for those who possess Demon Weapons, pressing the prompted on-screen button will increase the power gauge After gaining enough power, you may perform a soul resonance. This enables your character to perform super moves. When the gauge is full and you perform a resonance while close to the...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 18, 1992
A strategy game that features super deformed Mobile Suit Gundam characters fighting each other in turn-based skirmishes. Gachapon refers to capsule machines: "Gachapon" is the Japanese onomatopoeia of a crank turning and a toy capsule dropping. The game is so named because new units are acquired by turning the crank on enormous capsule machines. The game is a pseudo-sequel to SD Gundam World: Gachapon Senshi: Scramble Wars for the Famicom.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 1, 2007
Super Robot Taisen: Scramble Commander the 2nd is a Strategy game, developed by Bec and published by Banpresto, which was released in Japan in 2007
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 30, 1993
Uchuu no Kishi: Tekkaman Blade is based on the anime Tekkaman Blade, also known as Teknoman. The game's levels are a mix of scrolling shooter and fighting game. The first part of every level is a scrolling shooter where Tekkaman Blade must survive several waves of Radam before killing two stronger boss-like Radam and meeting another Tekkaman. In scrolling shooter levels Blade can either toss his spear to defeat enemies at range or quickly slash with it to destroy bullets and enemies. One enemy type will drop different colored System Box power-ups: green restores health, red destroys all...
Sega Genesis - Released - April 9, 1993
Based on the popular television show from 1967, Ultraman directly follows the story of its source material. Cast in the role of the titular Ultraman, the player must defeat many of the same monsters that appeared in the original series. Taking the appearance of a 1-on-1 fighting game, Ultraman can punch, kick, and grapple his opponent, as well as use a variety of various special moves that must be charged. However, in order to actually defeat his opponent, Ultraman must deplete their continually-recharging life bar, and at that moment hit with his most powerful special attack: the Specium...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 6, 1991
Gigantic and treacherous aliens are invading Earth. They're destroying our cities and leaving a path of chaos around the planet. There is one humongous hero powerful enough to eradicate these creatures... Ultraman!!! Part human, part super being, he's got what it takes to eliminate the evil aliens once and for all. Ultraman uses his special weapons along with martial arts, wresting, and street brawling skills to fight off each attacking monster. This game utilizes its 16-Bit power to its fullest. Really large characters, detailed landscapes, realistic sound effect and music that are gonna know...