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2 Games in 1: Power Rangers: Ninja Storm + Power Rangers: Time Force

2 Games in 1: Power Rangers: Ninja Storm + Power Rangers: Time Force

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 22, 2005

2 Games In 1 Double Pack: Power Rangers: Time Force / Power Rangers: Ninja Storm is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by THQ, which was released in 2005.

Abadox: The Deadly Inner War

Abadox: The Deadly Inner War

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 15, 1989

Your home planet of Abadox has been swallowed whole by the deadliest menace in space! Its name: Parasitis. Its prey: All surrounding life forms. Its goal: To feed on the entire Universe! You are Second Lieutenant Nazal, the only surviving warrior of The World Alive Force. Parasitis has crushed The Force's attack ships and consumed a hospital ship — with the beautiful Princess Maria still on board! Your Mission: Blast your way inside Parasitis' gruesome body and battle your way to its Core. Hurry! Princess Maria may still be alive! Hurtle down Parasitis' throat, blast through its cellular...

Action Man: Search for Base X

Action Man: Search for Base X

Nintendo Game Boy Color - February 6, 2001

Alex "Action Man" Mann makes a stop over onto the Game Boy Color where once again he must stop the world from falling into the clutches of the evil Dr. X. The player takes control of Action Man as they travel through seven different levels ranging for jungles to the Arctic, battling an army of robots with a variety of weapons and battle suits in search of Base X and stop Dr. X from launching a terrifying new weapon that could very well bring an end to the world. The gameplay is a standard side-scrolling action platformer where the player advances throughout the level, destroying enemies and...

Amazing Penguin

Amazing Penguin

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 8, 1990

The hunt is on in this exciting action-maze game! Join Pendrich, the Prince of the Penguins as he battles the enchanted armies of Borbon the Great. Attack with mighty kicks that blast the enemies across the screen. Clear the panels of each land to progress to the next level. It takes timing and strategy to win back the land from Borbon's invaders!

Animal Kingdom: Wildlife Expedition

Animal Kingdom: Wildlife Expedition

Nintendo Wii - September 22, 2009

Nestled in the middle of remote Animal Island is a secret preserve where the most rare, exotic and reclusive wild animals roam. Only the best wildlife photographers gain access to this area, so you need to impress your editor with good work and earn the trust of the furry and feathered inhabitants!

Bass Masters Classic

Bass Masters Classic

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 4, 1999

Now when you can't get out to the lake, you can go fishing on your Game Boy Color with Bassmasters Classic. Choose from a variety of lures and hit your favorite fishing hole. You cast the line by stopping a power meter at one of five positions more power equals more distance. After you cast the line, you must wait for a fish to strike. When it does, get ready for a fight. Once you get the fish to the boat the game is not over, as you must stick you hand into the water and grab the catch. If you can't get a hold of it within three tries, you'll be telling stories about the one that got away....

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Wrath of the Darkhul King

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Wrath of the Darkhul King

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 11, 2003

The stakes are high as players assume the role of the world's most fetching foe of the forces of darkness in THQ's Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Wrath of the Darkhul King on Game Boy Advance. Buffy hunts loathsome legions through 16 twilit levels before confronting the ultimate evil in the form of the Darkhul King. This side-scroller is crammed with interactive environments -- a fancy phrase meaning you get to break lots of stuff, like doors, crates, spider webs, vases, benches and even stone walls.

Captain Tsubasa

Captain Tsubasa

Sony Playstation 2 - October 19, 2006

Casper

Casper

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 14, 1997

Casper is an isometric adventure game developed by Natsume. Not to be confused with the completely different US/European game, which was only published by Natsume.

Chaos World

Chaos World

Nintendo Entertainment System - October 25, 1991

The king's daughter is seriously ill, and the kingdom is plagued by monsters. The king needs you, the offspring of the brave warrior Mars, to go on a journey and to investigate the matter. During this investigation, you uncover a much more sinister plot and must face the dark forces of the world. "Chaos World" allows you to customize your character by choosing one of the several classes, gender, and statistics (you can allocate available skill points at your wish in the beginning of the game). Up to fourteen characters can join your party, and you can recruit people in adventurer guilds....

Choujin Sentai Jetman

Choujin Sentai Jetman

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 21, 1991

Choujin Sentai Jetman is based on the Japanese TV show which resembles the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. The game was developed by Natsume and plays quite similar to their other title - Shatterhand. It is a side-scrolling action game where the player has to shoot, kick, jump and duck to overcome a plethora of baddies. Before the player selects a stage, they have to select one of five heroes, each with their own amount of health and weapon type. They also have a limited use special attack that can clear the screen of enemies. At the end of each level the hero jumps inside a giant robot and...

Cleopatra Fortune

Cleopatra Fortune

Arcade - Released - 1996

Cleopatra Fortune is a 1997 falling-block puzzle game featuring an anime Egyptian theme. Groups of stones and gems of different shapes fall from the top of a well. Gems can be cleared by enclosing them within a group of stones, and stones can be cleared by making complete rows from them. Blocks will fall when those under them are cleared, which can create chains for more points. The game includes three different play modes. First is a standard endless mode where play continues until the player is overwhelmed by the blocks. Second is a versus mode for two players. Last is a puzzle mode where...

Croc 2

Croc 2

Nintendo Game Boy Color - January 25, 2001

Join Croc in an exciting new adventure as he searches for his long lost parents. But the search soon becomes a showdown as Croc's archenemy, Baron Dante, is magically resurrected by his evil Dantinis. Join Croc's journey as he explores over 40 levels within four Gobbo tribe villages, each packed with unique Gobbos, mischievous monsters, and tons of surprises!

Don Doko Don 2

Don Doko Don 2

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 31, 1992

Similar to the original Don Doko Don, the player controls a bearded dwarf wielding a hammer to flatten enemies and throw them. But unlike the original, this version is a side-scroller. The game consists of five stages, plus the final boss battles. The player's goal is to reach the end of each stage, defeat a boss, and collect a bag,(antidote ingredient,) to advance to the next.

Dragon Dance

Dragon Dance

Nintendo Game Boy Color - August 1, 2000

Addictive breakout-style action meets fast and furious arcade fun. With 100 levels, challenging end bosses and multiple power-ups, Dragon Dance is the game you can't put down! Head-to-head combat with boss enemies every 10th level. Random events like earthquakes shake up the gameplay. Dragon control and length add to the complexity of each puzzle. Enjoy Vs. mode and play with friends via Game Link Cable.

Dragon Fighter

Dragon Fighter

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1991

The player takes control of a magical human fighter who has the ability to transform himself into a flying dragon. As the fighter, the player can run, crouch, jump, and attack with his sword as he would in most side-scrolling action games. Underneath his life gauge is a "metamorphosis gauge" that will gradually be filled as the player destroys his enemies. When the metamorphosis gauge begins to flash, the player can transform into the dragon by pressing up and A button after jumping. As a dragon, the player will hover in the air while the screen scrolls automatically to the right, similarly to...

Dungeon Magic: Sword of the Elements

Dungeon Magic: Sword of the Elements

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 10, 1989

500 years ago, the Kingdom of Granville fought a terrible war with Darces the Dark Overlord. A great hero, the warrior "Magi", rose to challenge Darces. He owned six magical swords and a powerful suit of armor that was impervious to all but the most powerful of magic. Five of his six swords were Elemental blades, each created from the rarest metals on earth. The sixth blade, "Tores", used an even more powerful metal. Using his powers, Magi defeated Darces, and exiled him to a far away land. After defeating Darces, Magi grew old and died. Now, on a dark, stormy night in the Kingdom of...

Family Tennis Advance

Family Tennis Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 14, 2002

Family Tennis Advance is a Sports game, developed by Natsume and published by Namco, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Fortune Quest: Dice wo Korogase

Fortune Quest: Dice wo Korogase

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 28, 1994

Fortune Quest is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Natsume and published by Zamuse, which was released in Japan in 1994.

Freedom Wings

Freedom Wings

Nintendo DS - 2006

Freedom Wings, known in Japan as Ore no Sentouki (オレのせんとうき?), is a flight simulator developed by Taito and published by Natsume in the US and Zoo Digital Publishing in Europe. The game combined elements of flight simulators and RPGs as players earned experience points for combat, earn money and maintain other statuses.

Fullmetal Alchemist: Dual Sympathy

Fullmetal Alchemist: Dual Sympathy

Nintendo DS - Released - July 21, 2005

Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Dual Sympathy (Fullmetal Alchemist: Dual Sympathy as it is known in English) is the first in a series of Fullmetal Alchemist games to be released on Nintendo DS. A side scrolling action game, Dual Sympathy has the player manipulate alchemy skills using the stylus as you fight enemies, making use of standard attacks and special attacks based on the surrounding environment and items items located in the area. The story of the game follows the fifty one episode anime series with the same name. Connectivity bonuses can be unlocked by having the GBA Fullmetal...

Gear Fighter Dendoh

Gear Fighter Dendoh

Sony Playstation - Released - April 26, 2001

Bandai and Sunrise proudly presents a new game taken from an anime series: Gear Senshi Dendoh for the PlayStation and the PlayStation One.

Gekisou Sentai Carranger: Zenkai! Racer Senshi!

Gekisou Sentai Carranger: Zenkai! Racer Senshi!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 23, 1996

Gekisou Sentai Carranger: Zenkai! Racer Senshi (??????????? ??!?????? Gekiso Sentai Karenja Zenkai! Resa Senshi?, Racing Squadron Carranger: Full Force! Racer Warrior) is the licensed video game of the Carranger series. It was released in Japan by Bandai in 1996, and required the Sufami Turbo accessory. Despite the fact that Carranger was adapted into Power Rangers: Turbo, the game was never brought to the North American market as such because, by the time Turbo premiered in 1997, the Nintendo 64 had been on North American shores for several months. The N64 had only just come out in Japan when...

Ghost Sweeper Mikami: Joreishi wa Nice Body

Ghost Sweeper Mikami: Joreishi wa Nice Body

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 23, 1993

Ghost Sweeper Mikami: Joreishi wa Nice Body is a side-scrolling platformer where the player controls Reiko through multiple stages. Reiko is armed with a magic baton that can be used to perform several types of melee attacks. The baton can be powered up to shoot various types of projectiles, though these powerups are lost if Reiko takes any damage. It can also be used as a type of grappling hook to access certain platforms. There are also limited uses of magic attacks that hit all enemies on the screen.

Gintama: Yorozuya Chuubu: Tsukkomable Douga

Gintama: Yorozuya Chuubu: Tsukkomable Douga

Nintendo Wii - Released - October 25, 2007

Godzilla

Godzilla

Sony Playstation 4 - July 14, 2015

Developed by Japanese videogame studio NATSUME ATARI, GODZILLA places players in control of one of the most famous and destructive monsters in entertainment history. As Godzilla players will trample and lay waste to cities and environments with the goal of taking out each area’s Energy Generator while collecting as much G-Energy as possible. The G-Energy can then be used to power-up Godzilla, increasing both his physical size as well as his offensive and defensive skills. The game will also allow players to utilize a dynamic Movie-Style Camera Angle System, delivering the most epic camera...

Godzilla

Godzilla

Sony Playstation 3 - July 14, 2015

Developed by Japanese videogame studio NATSUME ATARI, GODZILLA places players in control of one of the most famous and destructive monsters in entertainment history. As Godzilla players will trample and lay waste to cities and environments with the goal of taking out each area’s Energy Generator while collecting as much G-Energy as possible. The G-Energy can then be used to power-up Godzilla, increasing both his physical size as well as his offensive and defensive skills. The game will also allow players to utilize a dynamic Movie-Style Camera Angle System, delivering the most epic camera...

Gundam Battle Assault

Gundam Battle Assault

Sony Playstation - Released - November 6, 2000

The Japanese anime series known as Gundam Wing is the basis for Gundam Battle Assault, a 2D one-on-one fighting game for the PlayStation. This robotic brawler pits Gundam against Gundam using a traditional side-view fighting engine. The different robots that appear in Gundam Battle Assault spring forth from all over the series' lengthy fictional timeline. New fans will most recognize the Gundam Wing model, while those who've followed the different shows for a while will find many old favorites, such as Z Gundam, Qubeley, and Zaku II.

Gundam Battle Assault 2

Gundam Battle Assault 2

Sony Playstation - Released - July 18, 2002

Gundam Battle Assault 2 encompasses plot lines, characters, and Gundam mobile suits from many of the series' most famous shows, allowing players to square off against their favorite characters in heated 2D battle. Gameplay modes offered include Versus modes that allow players to compete against either human- or computer-controlled opponents, two different Time Attack modes, and a Survival mode that sees players going up against an endless wave of attackers. The so-called Street mode allows players to follow three different story lines -- with one of eight different pilots -- taken from the G...

Gundam: The Battle Master

Gundam: The Battle Master

Sony Playstation - June 20, 1997

Gundam: the Battle Master is a Japanese fighting game involving robots who will try to attack and destroy each other. Before you start the game, you can choose from a various amount of robots, each being smaller or bigger, or having different attacks. As you progress the game, your opponents will get more difficult to beat. During a fight, your temperature bar will decrease when you manage not to get hit by your opponent. All the robots will start with 4 levels of armor. As you attack your opponent with missiles and bazookas, his temperature bar will increase. You can aim your long range...

Hachiemon

Hachiemon

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 4, 2003

Hachiemon is an Action game, developed by Natsume and published by Namco, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Hana Taaka Daka!?

Hana Taaka Daka!?

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - August 9, 1991

Konta the little fox is in trouble - while on a walk with his girlfriend Inari, he "accidentally" broke the magical seal that held the evil tanuki raccoon Jikanda and his minions prisoner. They have abducted Inari and Konta is in great despair. He decides to seek assistance from the gods and ask them for help. A flying Tengu answers to his desperate plea.

Harvest Moon 2 GBC

Harvest Moon 2 GBC

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 7, 2000

Rebuild the farm of your grandfather and start raising cows, chickens and sheep. Keep them happy and they’ll make you rich! Discover the fantastic Harvest Moon world with cool friends ready to help you succeed in your mission. - The awaited Harvest Moon sequel for GBC with even more fun! - Choice of playing a boy or girl farmer - Hours and hours of gameplay - Hidden arcade games include Mole Bash and Cherry Cup Horse Race - Special Game Link cable options allow trading between Harvest Moon 2 and Legend of the River King 2

Harvest Moon 3 GBC

Harvest Moon 3 GBC

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 14, 2001

After much acclaim for your past farming accomplishments, you are asked by a young girl to help her get her farm up and running. The farm, situated on an island, needs plenty of work, so you need all your skills to get things working correctly. Your many tasks range from tending to the farm animals, keeping an eye on the budget while purchasing goods at the local stores, and so forth. And although the main aim is to build and maintain the farm, there are plenty of opportunities to take care of yourself (go to the movies, buy pets, find a girlfriend/boyfriend).

Harvest Moon 3D: The Lost Valley

Harvest Moon 3D: The Lost Valley

Nintendo 3DS - November 4, 2014

In Harvest Moon 3D: The Lost Valley, players will experience the role-playing farm simulation in a three-dimensional setting for the first time. The game has a fully customizable world, and players can customize their field in any way they see fit: from a field full of tulips to a valley filled with water, the choice is up to you. You've never played a Harvest Moon game quite like this!

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life

Nintendo GameCube - March 16, 2004

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life will span a lifetime on the farm and follow the drama that goes with it. Not only must you build and successfully run a farm, but you must also build a successful life with family and friends! This new Harvest Moon experience will take the best qualities of the series and add more...more animals, more vegetables and more drama! What sort of life will you live?

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Special Edition

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Special Edition

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 16, 2004

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life will span a lifetime on the farm and follow the drama that goes with it. Not only must you build and successfully run a farm, but you must also build a successful life with family and friends! This new Harvest Moon experience will take the best qualities of the series and add more...more animals, more vegetables and more drama! What sort of life will you live?

Harvest Moon: Animal Parade

Harvest Moon: Animal Parade

Nintendo Wii - November 10, 2010

A divine tree which once stood in the middle of the Harvest Goddess' pond has begun to weaken, the creatures are beginning to leave the land, and the five bells have lost their power. Only the strength of the Harvest King can revive the earth and bring the tree back to life, but he is nowhere to be found. You must ring the five bells, bring the Harvest King back to the island, and help revive the Goddess' Tree, while at the same time running a large farm plantation. The release of this game for Wii allows the player to use the Wii Remote as an axe, shovel, watering can, fishing pole, milking...

Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life

Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life

Nintendo GameCube - July 26, 2005

The girl version of Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life, Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life. In this game, the player goes through the story-line of A Wonderful Life as a female character, and can court and marry one of three male NPCs, Marlin, Rock, and Gustafa. Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life will span a lifetime on the farm and follow the drama that goes with it. Not only must you build and successfully run a farm, but you must also build a successful life with family and friends! This new Harvest Moon experience will take the best qualities of the series and add more...more animals,...

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope

Nintendo Switch - Released - May 5, 2018

Looking for a fresh start and some new surroundings, you set off on a voyage to begin your new life. Unfortunately, the weather has different plans, as your ship is hit by a monsoon, and goes down! You drift into a small harbour town, now in shambles from the storm, where a young doctor named Jeanne saves your life. The town has essentially been deserted, but you're never one to back down from a challenge! It will be up to you to help rebuild the town and save the lighthouse... but it won't be easy! Nevertheless, with some hard work growing crops, tending livestock, and gathering materials for...

Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town

Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - August 1, 2005

Live the simple life as a farmer in Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town. This game is similar to the original Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town, but now you can play as a girl who has left the city to pursue a life on the farm. You'll take part in growing crops, managing livestock, finding a husband, and raising children.

Harvest Moon: My Little Shop

Harvest Moon: My Little Shop

Nintendo Wii - April 28, 2009

Welcome to Clover Town! You've just taken over your grandparents' farm and shop. The town has fallen on hard times, though. People are leaving, businesses are struggling, and the magic of the Harvest Sprites is gone. Can you turn Clover Town's fortunes around and restore its missing magic? Raise crops and animals, then use what you farm at your shop! Keep your customers happy by making wild fruit juices, towering ice cream cones, and extravagantly decorated eggs in a series of fun and fast-paced activities that use the Wii Remote controller to its fullest potential. Chop vegetables in midair,...

The Heian Fuuunden

The Heian Fuuunden

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 29, 1995

Based on legendary figures in the the Heian period of Japanese history, with a few supernatural embellishments. The game is set specifically in the 10th century.Operating like a standard turn-based RPG outside of combat - the player moves around the overworld map, talks to NPCs in town, characters can level up and change their equipment. In combat, the player can move their characters around on a grid to confront enemy forces, in an order determined by statistics. This mode includes elements of Fire Emblem, such as the risk of permanently losing allied characters if they're allowed to fall in...

Heroes of the Lance

Heroes of the Lance

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1991

At last! You can play the first Official ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS action game made for the Ninendo Entertainment System! HEROES OF THE LANCE is based on the Dragons of Despair DRAGONLANCE module, placing you in control of eight fantasy characters. Guide your brave companions through their adventures as they encounter dragons and swarves...magic monsters, in their quest for the precious Disks of Mishakal. The fate of the world of Krynn is in your hands! Vanquish the ancient black dragon Khisanth or you are doomed to failure!

Hokuto no Ken

Hokuto no Ken

Sony Playstation - Released - August 30, 1996

This game was the first one based on the Manga and Anime series of the same name, continuing its plot. The story begins when Bat and Lynn are about to marry and Lynn is kidnapped by Jado (which resembles Jagger of the first series of "Hokuto no Ken"), a disciple of the "Dark Hokuto" The Dark Fist of Deceased Light, using a technique called Hokuto Mumyo Ken, a technique older than Hokuto Shinken itself. Then Ken (who is retired in a cave) is attacked by an henchmen of this martial arts school. After defeating him, Ken decides to investigate. The player watches the development of plot in...

Hokuto no Ken: Seikimatsu Kyuuseishu Densetsu

Hokuto no Ken: Seikimatsu Kyuuseishu Densetsu

Sony Playstation - Released - October 26, 2000

The story takes place in the year 199X. The exact date is unimportant, and most probably unknown, because civilization has been all but destroyed by nuclear war. Earth is now a barren wasteland, complete with marauding mohawked motorcycle punks. With the loss of advanced weapons and technologies, these brigands leaders wield power through the use of martial arts whose ancient secrets give them mystical powers. Into this lawless nightmare strides a living engine of Justice: Kenshiro, master of a secret martial art called Hokuto Shin Ken. Ken eradicates any evildoers he comes across when they...

Hole in One Golf

Hole in One Golf

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - August 30, 1999

It's a quiet day on the links. You tee up your ball, and drive it 200 yards down the center of the fairway, leaving a 150-yard approach shot. After taking the approach shot, the ball stops rolling 3-feet from the pin. On the green, you sink the relatively easy putt, and you start your round with a birdie. While most golfers never have days like this, they can with HOLE IN ONE GOLF. Get out on three different courses and try to get the lowest score possible. However, the courses are located in rural areas, so you never know when birds, squirrels, or bears will come onto the course and mess with...

Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger

Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger

Sony Playstation - Released - November 29, 2001

Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger is a 3D fighting game in which the story of the game is basically, the enemies send some monsters to earth. They start to destroy the city with their abilities and the only thing that can stop them is a group of young people who can become Gaorangers. The Story is a lot more complicated in the T.V. show, but has been simplified for the game. The game concentrates more on action than story. But it is still explained in a series of cut-scenes and FMV sequences. The player takes control of Gaored (the red gaoranger) and fights their way through levels of...

Idol Hakkenden

Idol Hakkenden

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 14, 1989

Idol Hakkenden (アイドル八犬伝?) is a Japan-exclusive text adventure video game developed by Natsume and published by Towa Chiki in 1989 for the Family Computer. Erika, an aspiring musician and pop idol, must foil a plot that could ruin her music career. As a Japanese adventure game, players must select through menus of dialogue in order to determine her future. Friends (and sometimes rivals) of Erika give her advice on what to do next. There are six songs in the game; all of them belonging to the J-pop genre. Erika must master them all in order to become the greatest idol in all of Japan....

Jaguar Mishin Sashi Senyou Soft: Mario Family

Jaguar Mishin Sashi Senyou Soft: Mario Family

Nintendo Game Boy Color - August 27, 2001

Jeff Gordon XS Racing

Jeff Gordon XS Racing

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 11, 1999

You can experience the future of racing today with JEFF GORDON XS RACING. Choose from five different cars and race on seven different tracks. You can use the Time Trial mode to get the fastest lap time possible on an empty track. In the Championship mode, you will have to race through two seasons. The first season has you racing against five other cars, and you must finish in first place overall to gain access to the second season. In the second season you will face seven other competitors, including Jeff Gordon. Win the second season, and you can challenge Gordon to a one-on-one race on any...

The Jetsons: Cogswell's Caper

The Jetsons: Cogswell's Caper

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1992

George must save Planet M38 from Cogswell's destruction! Elroy, Jane, Judy, Astro and Rosie the Robot will give George the things he needs to meet the challenge. Using his anti-gravity boots, glider, and jet board, George will be walking on ceilings, dodging aliens and flying through danger on his way to stop Cogswell. Leap into the future and rescue another world with the JETSONS!

Kagayake! Kirakira Senshi Risky Jewel

Kagayake! Kirakira Senshi Risky Jewel

NEC PC-9801 - Released - February 12, 1994

Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2

Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 28, 1995

Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2 ("Fishing the River Master 2") is a Japan-exclusive fishing RPG from Natsume and the third game in their long-running Nushi Tsuri/River King franchise. Like its predecessor, released on the Famicom in 1990, the game crosses fishing game elements such as finding bait and ideal fishing spots with RPG elements such as fighting wildlife in turn-based battles and growing more experienced over time. Cash and XP earned while fishing or roaming around contribute to the player's angling ability. The player can select one of four family members, a trademark of the series. Each...

Keitai Denjuu Telefang 2: Speed

Keitai Denjuu Telefang 2: Speed

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 26, 2002

Keitai Denjuu Telefang 2: Speed is a Role-Playing game, developed by Natsume and published by Smilesoft, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Keitai Denjuu Telefang: Speed Version

Keitai Denjuu Telefang: Speed Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 3, 2000

Keitai Denjū Telefang (Japanese: 携帯電獣テレファング, Hepburn: Keitai Denjū Terefangu, lit. "Mobile Phone Beast Telefang") is a series of role-playing video games (RPGs) developed by Natsume and published by Smilesoft.[3][4][1] In the games, the player contacts various creatures using a mobile phone-like device in order to get them to battle the foes he or she will encounter. Released exclusively in Japan on November 3, 2000,[2] the first game in the series was released for the Game Boy Color in two versions: Power Version (パワーバージョン, Pawā Bājon) and Speed Version (スピードバージョン, Supīdo Bājon). Each version...

Kidou Senshi Gundam Seed Destiny

Kidou Senshi Gundam Seed Destiny

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 25, 2004

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny is a video game that was released on the Game Boy Advance console in 2004 by Bandai, the game was developed by Natsume. The game is a sequel to Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: Battle Assault and is based on the anime series, Gundam SEED Destiny. The game also contains the suits and characters of the previous series. Gameplay modes include solo missions and two-player versus mode, where you can link up to four Game Boy Advance systems for head-to-head action. Battle Assault also lets players adjust difficulty levels: Choose automatic or manual mode, and then adjust...

Kirby: Squeak Squad

Kirby: Squeak Squad

Nintendo DS - Released - November 2, 2006

Kirby: Squeak Squad, known in Europe as Kirby: Mouse Attack and in Japan as Kirby of the Stars: Calling on the Dorotche Gang (Japanese: 星のカービィ 参上! ドロッチェ団 Hepburn: Hoshi no Kābī Sanjō! Dorocche Dan?), is a 2006-07 platforming video game developed by HAL Laboratory, Flagship and Natsume (the latter as seen in the end credits) and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console. Unlike the previous Nintendo DS title, Kirby: Canvas Curse, Squeak Squad is a traditional platformer which uses the face buttons instead of the touch screen to control Kirby.

Legend of the River King 2

Legend of the River King 2

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - April 17, 2001

Mean-hearted spirits control the River King and Sea King, the biggest fish in the world. Now an angel wants you and your brother to track down the elusive beasts, but your mission is anything but divine. First you'll need to fish for smaller fry to feed yourself and save up for top-notch tackle and rods, provided some animal doesn't make off with your catch of the day first. Legend of the River King 2 is a massive role-playing adventure that features all manner of angling from fresh water fly-fishing to deep sea trolling. A new trade mode allows you to trade your fish for produce with farmers...

Legend of the River King GBC

Legend of the River King GBC

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 23, 1999

Your sister is ill and you must find the Guardian Fish to save her in LEGEND OF THE RIVER KING. Travel throughout the world and blaze trails to find the best fishing holes. Be careful though, because you might have to fight wild animals with your bare hands. You can catch fish with either bait or lures, each with relative strengths and weaknesses. After catching a small one, keep it stress-free in an aquarium and watch it grow. Hopefully, you will be able to find the Guardian Fish and save your sister in LEGEND OF THE RIVER KING.

Lufia: The Legend Returns

Lufia: The Legend Returns

Nintendo Game Boy Color - September 20, 2001

The island of the Sinistrals, Doom Island, sank deep into the sea after the second Doom Island War. It was believed to be in an eternal sleep, but has once again begun silently beating, preparing to make its appearance in the sky for the third time. The evil Sinistrals have again been resurrected and released an unforseen terror on the land. A force has awaken witin you... a spiritual flow that draws you to a conflict that will save the world! The power of Maxim's legendary bloodline lives in you... The thread of destiny guides you through an adventurous journey looking for an unknown...

Mark Davis' The Fishing Master

Mark Davis' The Fishing Master

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1996

Reel in the most realistic Bass Fishing game ever! In 1995, Mark Davis became the only angler ever to win both the BASS Angler of the Year and the BASS Masters Classic titles in the same year. Join Mark now, as he leads you through the tournament of a lifetime. Unlike other fishing games, the fish in this game are crafty and reclusive. You won't see them until they bite! With an impressive selection of rods, reels, lures and the finest in marine transportation, you may choose the appropriate gear for all of the 5 stages and the final Grand Championship Tournament. It will take patience and...

Medabots AX: Metabee Version

Medabots AX: Metabee Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 27, 2002

Medabots AX is a 2D fighting game based on Medarot G, released only in North America. There were two versions released, Metabee and Rokusho.

Medabots AX: Rokusho Version

Medabots AX: Rokusho Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 9, 2002

-Build your Medabots for battle with hundreds of different combat parts -Collect and trade Medabot parts, with many exclusive to the different versions of the game -Fight other GBA players in 2-player Medabot battles Part platformer, part fighting game, part pocket monster battler -- Medabot AX games (released in Metabee and Rokusho versions, nearly identical except for the starting bots and different weapons/items you can win and trade between the two different editons) has what could have been a lethal combo. The game is based on a frenzied Japanese TV series about kids who build robots...

Medabots: Metabee Version

Medabots: Metabee Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 31, 2003

Join Ikki as he begins his journey as a Medafighter and tries to save his hometown of Riverview City from the evil Rubberobo Gang. Ikki must solve various mysteries with the help of his friends and the Phantom Renegade. Interact with characters and control Medabots popular in the Medabots TV animated series. Can Ikki save the world from the treacherous Rubberobo Gang and become the #1 ranked Medafighter...It is all up to you!

Medabots: Rokusho Version

Medabots: Rokusho Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 25, 2002

Join Ikki as he begins his journey as a Medafighter and tries to save his hometown of Riverview City from the evil Rubberobo Gang. Interact with characters and control Medabots popular in the Medabots TV animated series. Create your own special Medabot from hundreds of unique Medaparts! Robattle and trade Medaparts with friends. Each version of Medabots offers exclusive Medaparts and Medals not found in the other.

Medarot 2: Kabuto Version

Medarot 2: Kabuto Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 23, 1999

The second game in the Medarot/Medabots series, which serves as the basis for the anime adaption. A remake of the game for Game Boy Advance, titled Medarot 2 Core, was released in 2002.

Medarot 2: Kuwagata Version

Medarot 2: Kuwagata Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 23, 1999

The second game in the Medarot/Medabots series, which serves as the basis for the anime adaption. A remake of the game for Game Boy Advance, titled Medarot 2 Core, was released in 2002.

Medarot 2: Parts Collection

Medarot 2: Parts Collection

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - October 29, 1999

A companion game to Medarot 2 that primarily exists as a way to quickly gain Medaparts to use in the main games. Not to be confused with "Medarot Parts Collection 2".

Medarot 3: Kabuto Version

Medarot 3: Kabuto Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 23, 2000

The third game in the Medarot/Medabots series follows more of Ikki Tenryou's adventures. It also introduces Medachange, which allows players to transform their Medarots during battle.

Medarot 3: Kuwagata Version

Medarot 3: Kuwagata Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 23, 2000

The third game in the Medarot/Medabots series follows more of Ikki Tenryou's adventures. It also introduces Medachange, which allows players to transform their Medarots during battle.

Medarot 3: Parts Collection: Z Kara no Chousenjou

Medarot 3: Parts Collection: Z Kara no Chousenjou

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 24, 2000

A companion game to Medarot 3 that primarily exists as a way to quickly gain Medaparts to use in the main games.

Medarot 4: Kabuto Version

Medarot 4: Kabuto Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 23, 2001

The fourth game in the Medarot/Medabots series, and the last to feature Ikki Tenryou as the protagonist.

Medarot 4: Kuwagata Version

Medarot 4: Kuwagata Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 23, 2001

The fourth game in the Medarot/Medabots series, and the last to feature Ikki Tenryou as the protagonist.

Medarot 5: Susutake Mura no Tenkousei Kabuto Version

Medarot 5: Susutake Mura no Tenkousei Kabuto Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 14, 2001

The final Medarot/Medabots game on the Game Boy Color and the last canon RPG game until Medarot DS nearly a decade later. It features a new protagonist, Koishimaru Tensan, who has recently moved to the small town of Susutake.

Medarot 5: Susutake Mura no Tenkousei Kuwagata Version

Medarot 5: Susutake Mura no Tenkousei Kuwagata Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 14, 2001

The final Medarot/Medabots game on the Game Boy Color and the last canon RPG game until Medarot DS nearly a decade later. It features a new protagonist, Koishimaru Tensan, who has recently moved to the small town of Susutake.

Medarot Cardrobottle: Kabuto Version

Medarot Cardrobottle: Kabuto Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 10, 2000

Medarot Card Robottle is a card game based on the Medarot/Medabots series of RPGs.

Medarot Cardrobottle: Kuwagata Version

Medarot Cardrobottle: Kuwagata Version

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 10, 2000

Medarot Card Robottle is a card game based on the Medarot/Medabots series of RPGs.

Medarot G: Kabuto Version

Medarot G: Kabuto Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 19, 2002

This action/fighting game spin-off uses the same engine as the Medabots AX games released in the West. However, while AX is based on the anime, G is a sequel to Medarot 5.

Medarot G: Kuwagata Version

Medarot G: Kuwagata Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 19, 2002

This action/fighting game spin-off uses the same engine as the Medabots AX games released in the West. However, while AX is based on the anime, G is a sequel to Medarot 5.

Medarot Navi: Kabuto Version

Medarot Navi: Kabuto Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 7, 2001

This spin-off was the first Medarot game for the GBA. Unlike the other entries in the series with their charge/cooldown "relay race" cycles, Medarot Navi features a tiled 9x9 map. Movement and Part Actions are carried out using "Action Points" that are distributed at the beginning of the turn and expended when a Medarot acts.

Medarot Navi: Kuwagata Version

Medarot Navi: Kuwagata Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 7, 2001

This spin-off was the first Medarot game for the GBA. Unlike the other entries in the series with their charge/cooldown "relay race" cycles, Medarot Navi features a tiled 9x9 map. Movement and Part Actions are carried out using "Action Points" that are distributed at the beginning of the turn and expended when a Medarot acts.

Medarot Parts Collection

Medarot Parts Collection

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 20, 1998

This companion game lets players harvest Medaparts to use in the main Medarot game.

Medarot Parts Collection 2

Medarot Parts Collection 2

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - May 29, 1998

A second companion game that lets players harvest Medaparts to use in the main Medarot game.

Medarot Perfect Edition: Kabuto Version

Medarot Perfect Edition: Kabuto Version

WonderSwan - Released - May 4, 1999

Medarot: Perfect Edition is a RPG developed by Natsume and published by Imagineer in 1999 for the WonderSwan, and is a "director's cut" edition of the original game released on the Nintendo Game Boy in 1997. It follows Hikaru Agata on his quest to compete in Robottle tournaments and defeat the evil Roborobo Gang. It was released in two versions: Kabuto (Rhinoceros beetle), where the player's starting Medarot is Metal Beetle, and Kuwagata (Stag beetle), where the player starts with Head Scissors.

Medarot Perfect Edition: Kuwagata Version

Medarot Perfect Edition: Kuwagata Version

WonderSwan - Released - May 4, 1999

Medarot Perfect Edition is a RPG developed by Natsume and published by Imagineer in 1999 for the WonderSwan, and is a "director's cut" edition of the original game released on the Nintendo Game Boy in 1997. It follows Hikaru Agata on his quest to compete in Robottle tournaments and defeat the evil Roborobo Gang. It was released in two versions: Kabuto (Rhinoceros beetle), where the player's starting Medarot is Metal Beetle, and Kuwagata (Stag beetle), where the player starts with Head Scissors.

Medarot R

Medarot R

Sony Playstation - Released - November 25, 1999

Medarot R is the Playstation One remake of the classic Gameboy game and is the very first Medarot game that was released in full-3D graphics for the Sony PlayStation console, featuring, for the very first time, works from Kenki Fujioka. It was developed by Imagineer and published by Natsume. The gameplay is about going around the town meeting different characters and winning the battles to upgrade your Medarot and advance through the game.

Medarot R: Parts Collection

Medarot R: Parts Collection

Sony Playstation - Released - March 16, 2000

Medarot R - Parts Collection is a collection of pictures, character profiles, medarot parts, etc that can be unlocked loading the saved games in a memory card from the first Medarot R Playstation One game.

Medarot: Kabuto Version

Medarot: Kabuto Version

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 28, 1997

The first game in the Medarot/Medabots series. In this collect-em-all RPG, the player builds robots using four body parts and a "Medal" and then pit them against their opponents' in 3-on-3 combat.

Medarot: Kuwagata Version

Medarot: Kuwagata Version

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 28, 1997

The first game in the Medarot/Medabots series. In this collect-em-all RPG, the player builds robots using four body parts and a "Medal" and then pit them against their opponents' in 3-on-3 combat.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 23, 1994

Don't look now, because her Hideousness is back and she's meaner and uglier than ever. This time Rita Repulsa is out to pulverize the Power Rangers once and for all and she's brought all of her nasty friends along to do the dirty work. But, Jason, Trinl, Billy, Kimberly, and Zack are at their morphing best with the awesome power of the Super NES machine on their side. Incredible graphics, amazing sound, and unbeatable action make this battle of good and evil an instant SNES classic. The game features seven challenging levels of play ending with breathtaking, all-out battles against Rita's...

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 15, 1995

Get ready to rock your world with the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Fighting Edition, a three mode, smashing, bashing, monster trashing no-holds barred slugfest. This one-on-one two player simultaneous fighting game features your favorite Power Zords and a host of evil meanies. The Thunder Megazord, the Shogun Megazord, the Ninja Megazord, Lord Zedd, Goldar, and many more compete for total galactic supremacy in the mother of all battles. When the dust clears, only one will remain standing. Who will be crowned the mightiest, morphiest warrior in the universe? Only you can control the ultimate...

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 1, 1995

The Power Rangers stripped of the Mighty Morphin Powers and forced to flee the earth? Rita Repsula and Lord Zedd over whelmed by an evil far greater than their combined nastiness? The Command Centre totally obliterated and Zordon on the brink of death? The fate of the world in the slimey hands of Ivan Ooze, the most sinister monster the universe has ever seen? Could this be a bad dream? Don't count on it. It all happens in the Morphinominal Mighty Morphin Power Rangers the Movie! And now, you can battle Ivan Ooze, the vilest villain in Nintendo history and a whole host of his mean and ugly...

Mitsume Ga Tooru

Mitsume Ga Tooru

Nintendo Entertainment System - May 1, 1991

Mitsume ga Tooru (三つ目がとおる Mitsume ga tōru?, "The Three-eyed One") is a video game for the Family Computer that was developed by Natsume and published by Tomy. It is based on the manga and anime called The Three-Eyed One. The main character is Hosuke Sharaku. There is also a Mitsume ga Tooru game for the original MSX called Mitsume ga Tooru: The Three-Eyed One Comes Here, which was released by Natsume two years before this one.

Mitsume ga tooru

Mitsume ga tooru

Microsoft MSX

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: Battle Assault

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: Battle Assault

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 7, 2004

Gundam Seed: Battle Assault, a great new action game, is the first Gundam game to become available on the Game Boy Advance. Gundam Seed is the next big thing to hit the world of Gundam. Based on the anime aired in Japan in 2003 and in the US on Cartoon Network TV in 2004, the game features 12 playable mobile suits from the show. Also included are seven gameplay modes including a two-player VS mode that allows gamers to link up to four Game Boy Advance systems using a Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable (sold separately) for head to head action. To make the game accessible to wide audience, the...

Monsters, Inc

Monsters, Inc

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 25, 2001

Monstropolis is having a huge energy crisis and it's up to Mike and Sulley to find a cure. Help them solve the mystery by talking to friends, getting clues, collecting items, learning new tricks and using their scare and joke tactics to take care of Monstropolis' ever-present energy-crisis. Features more than 10 levels of gameplay based on movie stills.

Monsters, Inc.

Monsters, Inc.

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 24, 2001

Boo has returned to Monstropolis and it is your job as Sulley (or Sulley and Mike in the GBC version) to get her back home. However, to make things difficult, Randal has destroyed her door. Avoid Randall and the CDA (Child Detection Agency) as well as other dangers as you try getting Boo home. This platform scroller will have you trying to find out where you have been as you make your way through multiple doorways, up and down ladders, and more. Pick up items along the way as you jump and dodge enemies, use your roar attack, push items, sneak, and more.

Natsume Championship Wrestling

Natsume Championship Wrestling

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 10, 1994

Over 50 different moves: Cobra Twist, Pyle Driver, Backdrop, Brain Buster, DDT, Kitchen Sink, Rally Art, Avalance Hold, Guillotine Drop, Shoulder Through, Sleeper Hold, Kneedrop, Reverse Shrimp Hold, Powerbomb and much more... 5 Play Selections: Championship Tournament, Round Robin, Championship Tag Match, Exhibition Match, Round Robin Tag Match

Negima!? Chou Mahora Taisen Chuu: Checkiin Zenin Shuugou! Yappari Onsen Kichaimashitaa

Negima!? Chou Mahora Taisen Chuu: Checkiin Zenin Shuugou! Yappari Onsen Kichaimashitaa

Nintendo DS - Released - March 12, 2007

Negima!? Chou Mahora Taisen Chuu: Checkiin Zenin Shuugou! Yappari Onsen Kichaimashitaa is a Strategy game, developed by Natsume and published by Marvelous Entertainment, which was released in Japan in 2007.

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