Sony

Addie No Okurimono: To Moze from Addie

Addie No Okurimono: To Moze from Addie

Sony Playstation - Released - February 3, 2000

Addie No Okurimono - To Moze from Addie is an adventure puzzle game made by Sony in 2000, the game features a story mode in which the player controls a female character that have to solve different kind of puzzle to advence through the adventure. During the game she also will find different characters to interact in a world with an interesting & unique atmosphere. The adventure part is in third perspective and the puzzle part is in first perspective. the gameplay is about moving different puzzle letter pieces to form the asked word. The game features a tutorial (in Japanese) to explain the puzzle gameplay. Highly addictive puzzle "lock log." Solid tutorial, anyone can enjoy the puzzle impenetrable. Game system with no time limit. Action games are also people for a longer play. Nostalgic story, watercolor-style graphics, sound picky, but the unique atmosphere. Puzzle like users, who do not like action games, women in the audience.

Ballpen Koujou 2

Ballpen Koujou 2

Sony PSP Minis - April 22, 2010

Ball Pen Koujou 2 is a puzzle game in which you place caps back on ballpoint pens.

C-12: Final Resistance

C-12: Final Resistance

Sony Playstation - Released - July 23, 2002

C-12: Final Resistance is set in the aftermath of a hostile ground invasion of Earth by ravaging alien forces. At first, the purpose of the invasion is unknown, but to the horror of all surviving humans, the objective soon becomes clear: the aliens plan to harvest all non-radioactive carbon from planet Earth (thus the title C-12). Most of the human race has been decimated, and those captured alive are used for "droning," the process by which the aliens reprogram humans into cyborg warriors. It is up to you, playing as resistance fighter Riley Vaughan, to save the Earth from impending doom. Armed with an imaging unit that has been implanted to replace his left eye, as well as a powerful arsenal of weapons, Vaughan must complete tasks, collect items, and destroy the enemy in order to carry out his missions and uncover the secrets behind the alien invasion.

Coaster Race

Coaster Race

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1986

Race game on a coaster ramp. Use your driving skills to make it through the steeply banked turns and the great 360┬░ loop. Your on your way to beat the current fastest time!

Damdam Stompland

Damdam Stompland

Sony Playstation - Released - April 12, 1997

DamDam Stompland is a party game using a plethora of zany characters from the anime hero Dam Dam to a fish head on legs. The most peculiar thing about the game is the gameplay to win the bout you have to to jump on the other player shadow (that way his energy decreases). The view is like in a Bomberman game (top perspective). The game got 3 game modes: - Travel mode: Sort of a story mode. - Vs Mode: Fight against a computer opponent or another human player. - Free Mode: Not very different from vs mode...

Dig A-Dig Pukka

Dig A-Dig Pukka

Sony Playstation - Released - December 7, 2000

A digital pet (also known as a virtual pet or artificial pet is a type of artificial human companion. They are usually kept for companionship or enjoyment. People may keep a digital pet in lieu of a real pet. Digital pets can be "simulations of real animals, as in the Petz series" or "fantasy ones like the Tamagotchi". Unlike biological simulations, the pet does not usually reproduce. They generally do not die. In Dig a-Dig Pukka (Kokohore! Pukka: Dig a-Dig Pukka) the player controls a miner robotic pet that will explore the lands searching for rare minerals and gems. In his jobs he will be rewarded by his founds with money that the player can use to buy new objects and tools. The pet can examine things, and he also need to rest, eat, etc. Different lands will be opened as the player advance in the game. In some parts of the game (for example when the player finds a big crate in a cave) the pet won't know what to do and the player will be given 4 choices: - Yes: The pet will do the default action (a wrong one usually) - No: Here the player can choose between different actions until he finds the proper one for that item). - Don't know: Here the game will provide a tip (in japanese of course). - Exit: The pet will leave the item.

Docchi Mecha!

Docchi Mecha!

Sony Playstation - Released - April 27, 2000

Docchi Mecha! is a strategy game in which the player take the role of a little alien that have to pass some missions to reach his objectives. The game uses a cartoon 3d engine for the battle ground and 2d anime sequences for the adventure part. The gameplay is about creating little aliens (and bigger ones) to grab items, create new buildings and attack the enemies buildings and unit. The mission is complete when you destroy the enemy. The game features different camera angles and beautiful light effects.

EverQuest Online Adventures: Frontiers

EverQuest Online Adventures: Frontiers

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 17, 2003

After centuries of solitude, the ogres of Oggok have finally opened their gates to the outside world. The long lost Mountains of Rathe, the volcanic Lavastorm Mountains and Veeshan's realm, The Plane of Sky, are now open to all explorers and adventurers. To the West, the Erudites have begun their massive exodus to the unknown islands of the Western Sea to escape the hypocrisy and corruption of their human neighbors. A true frontier, Odus will prove more than just a challenge to the Erudites, for their very existence is at stake. Adventure into Veeshan's home, the altered Plane of Sky. Find your way through massive hanging islands among the clouds. Untold treasures and power await any adventurer daring enough to tackle this perilous landscape. The gnomes of Klick`Anon have finally broken through the northeastern mountains and stumbled upon the tumultuous lands of Lavastorm. Reputed to be ruled by a mysterious tyrant of flame and lava, it's up to Norrath's adventurers to discover the new frontiers

EyeToy: Kinetic

EyeToy: Kinetic

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 23, 2005

EyeToy: Kinetic is an exercise program, or exergaming title developed in collaboration with Nike Motionworks. It has been designed to help the player improve their fitness and health using a variety of exercise games. The game includes a wide angle "Full Vision Lens" attachment that fits over the Eye Toy lens. Without it, the player's image on the screen is too large to play this game properly. It is held in a foam insert in the standard memory card holder in the disc case. The lens attachment is not sold separately, so if it is broken or lost then the only recourse is to repurchase the entire game. The game's sequel is titled EyeToy: Kinetic Combat.

EyeToy: Play 3

EyeToy: Play 3

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 9, 2005

EyeToy: Play 3 contains a set of over 50 different games you can play with the help of a USB camera connected to Playstation 2. Amount of players can vary from 1-4 players and the game is suitable for people of all ages. EyeToy: Play 3 provides single player challenges such as Ghost Grab where you enter a ghost house and try to catch ghosts while trying to avoid objects thrown at you and Boot Camp where you try to pass the different challenges thrown at you such as running through an obstacle course or following sergeants orders. Additionally, for someone preferring slightly less intense action, there is music conducting and working in a beauty salon. However when two or more players are included many more games open in party mode such as Monkey Rampage, Kitty Loves Me and Athletics, with bowling, American football and such. These party games are fast-paced and usually all 4-players can play on the screen at the same time.

Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball

Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 12, 2005

A pinball game with multiple twists. Flipnic isn't your basic pinball game, it's a psychedelic trip through fantastic land of pinball. The game features multiple tables in which the player must complete a given set of tasks before she can proceed to the next level. Each of the "tables" consists of many smaller playing areas and every one has some gimmick in them. For example, one must first freeze the waterfall and then destroy the ice and climb a mountain behind it. All this using only the paddles and the ball.

Gall Force: Defense of Chaos

Gall Force: Defense of Chaos

Microsoft MSX - Released - January 1, 1986

Shoot'em'up based on the science fiction anime OVA. Two advanced civilizations, the amoeba-like Paranoids and the all-women Solnoids, are waging a war that has gone on for many centuries. When the Solnoid fleet leaves a battle to defend an experimentally terraformed world from the Paranoids, one damaged Solnoid ship is separated from the fleet. This ship is a Kularis-class Cruiser named the Star Leaf. Aboard the ship are only seven women: Captain Eluza, Rabby, Pilot Lufy, Officer Catty, Pony, Patty, and Remy.

Gangway Monsters

Gangway Monsters

Sony Playstation - Released - October 15, 1998

Gangway Monsters is a 3d fighting game in the style of gameplay of the Beyblade serie, but isntead of using a disc for the battles in this game the player controls monsters. The game plot is about a strange rock that falls from the sky that got mysterious powers and that allows a scientific to create monsters. The people compete in championships using those monsters that they can upgrade buy different parts of the discs where they combat, etc. To become the master of monsters the player will have to defeat opponents in 3 different classes (C, B & A). In the combats the player have to move his monster againts the opponent's monster and charge his attack bar, once is charged he can attack the opponent. There is no time limit so the winner will be the one that defeat the opponent. The game features different kind of monsters, different combat arenas and a 2 players vs mode.

God of War

God of War

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 22, 2005

This action/adventure/combat game makes powerful use of the darkly imaginative world of Ancient Greek mythology, where the realms of the mortal and the divine collide in a pervasive atmosphere of brute force and violence. Playing as Kratos, throughout the game players will wield double blades bound to his body by long chains, weapons symbolic of this vicious world to which he is bound and the fate from which he seeks to escape. Featuring an hour of cinematic sequences and a deep combat system incorporating context-sensitive actions and an extensive range of combos, GOD OF WAR takes players through various environments that will have them fighting fierce enemies, swinging on ropes, scaling mountain cliffs, swimming through rivers and sliding down zip lines. The result is a unique and thrilling adventure through Greek mythology.

God of War Collection

God of War Collection

Sony Playstation Vita - Released - May 5, 2014

God of War Collection brings the nonstop action of God of War and God of War II to the PlayStation Vita system for the first time ever. In God of War Collection, experience the brutal world of ancient Greece as the legendary Spartan Kratos seeks revenge on Ares, the God of War, and tries to accomplish what no mortal has ever done: alter the course of Fate itself.

God of War II

God of War II

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 13, 2007

Kratos is now the God of War, having defeated the Olympian god Ares. Shunned by the other gods and still haunted by nightmares from his past, Kratos decides to join an army of Spartans in an attack on the city of Rhodes. Kratos also ignores a warning from the goddess Athena that his lust for revenge is alienating the other gods.

Gravity Sucks

Gravity Sucks

Sony Playstation 2 - 2002

Gravity Sucks is a demo disk featuring WipEout Fusion and AirBlade, first published in the video game event "Games Convention" in 2002. AirBlade is a futuristic take on the Tony Hawk franchise in which you control a hovering skateboard called "airblade". Each mission has the player complete certain objectives within in a certain time limit that include destroying cameras or taking out guards using the AirBlade to travel through these areas and discover various items that will help them along the way as well as bonus rooms and missions. WipEout Fusion is a futuristic racing game in which you race with hovercrafts in the Anti-Gravity Race League. Winning gives you credits that you can use on either upgrading your hovercraft or weapons.

Hades

Microsoft MSX

Hard Ball

Hard Ball

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987

Hard Ball is a baseball game for one or two players. You can throw a variety of pitches from fast balls to curve balls, steal bases, select team members, and substitute players as the game is played.

Interactive CD Sampler Disc Volume 2

Interactive CD Sampler Disc Volume 2

Sony Playstation - Released - 1996

Interactive CD Sampler Disc Volume 2 is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by SCEA, which was released in 1996.

Jansei

Jansei

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1986

Jansei is a Board game, developed and published by Sony, which was released in Japan in 1986.

Magical Kid Wiz

Sega SG-1000 - Unlicensed

Magical Kid Wiz for the SG-1000 released in Taiwan on a beautiful green cartridge. Developed in 1986 by Sony for the MSX, this is among the MSX games that Aaronix ported to the SG-1000 for the Taiwanese market.

MLB 12: The Show

MLB 12: The Show

Sony Playstation 3 - March 6, 2012

After a productive off-season, Sony's critically acclaimed baseball sim heads into spring training in the best shape of its life thanks to a focus on more realistic presentation and physics, new and improved game modes, cross-platform support, and full PlayStation Move integration in MLB 12: The Show. The new "TruBroadcast" feature makes a point of focusing on player reactions, the in-game commentary now includes more season-specific discussions, and a completely revamped baseball physics engine results in more realistic bounces and bloops than ever before. MLB 12's "Franchise" mode has been tweaked to produce more plausible trade scenarios, so rebuilding teams will be more likely to acquire prospects while contenders will seek impact veterans. Draft-eligible position players now reflect traditional baseball archetypes, such as a slugging first baseman or an all-glove shortstop, while computer-generated pitchers now have more realistic pitch repertoires -- no more power pitchers who also throw baffling knuckleballs. New minor adjustments include customized "Play Now" matches and settings that remain fixed across all modes. The biggest addition in MLB 12: The Show is the "Diamond Dynasty" mode, which allows gamers to manage their own custom online team, recruit star players, and take on other custom online teams to earn development points. PlayStation Move controls have been fully integrated in MLB 12, allowing players to pitch, run, field, and hit using their Move Motion Controller across all game modes. And gamers on the go can now cloud save their "Franchise," "Season," and "Road to the Show" data, then access it and continue playing from either their PS3 or PlayStation Vita.

ModNation Racers

ModNation Racers

Sony PSP - Released - May 25, 2010

ModNation Racers is a mix of the kart racing aspect of Mario Kart and the customization of LittleBigPlanet. The player starts out as a up and comer by the name of T.A.G. in the MRC (ModNation Racing Championship) series with his mother as a sponsor and a washed-out racer for a crew chief, meeting various interesting characters, both good and bad, through his ballooning career. The initial race gets the player acquainted with the controls and some aspects of the game including weapons such as rockets, sonic weapons, lightning weapons and boost power-ups. These weapons can be picked up by item pods scattered throughout the track and each weapon has three levels which starts out at level one and will upgrade for each item pod picked up. After the initial race, the player will be directed to the ModSpot, the central hub for MNR for players to get together. At the ModSpot the player is introduced to the creation aspect of the game, using the creation station the player can modify their racers and karts. The player can unlock more items through the career mode by winning matches and completing certain challenges such as taking down three opponents, activate three traps, etc. They can also pick up tokens scattered on each track (five tokens for each track in total) and using them at a vending machine and like a slot machine, picking either 1 token, 2 tokens or 5 tokens and randomly getting an item depending upon the tokens used. Players can also create their own tracks using various tools to sculpt the landscape to their liking and create their ultimate dream track. The players can share their creations with the world by publishing them, using a share center they can upload their created racers, karts and tracks and likewise download other players creations as well. Also at the ModSpot the player can view the Top Mod and Top Karts of the week, see who is in the current room, view to players of the week, enter the creation studios and even set up races with friends on official tracks or custom tracks by players.

Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner

Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner

Sony PSP - Released - February 19, 2007

Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner is an RPG by Cozy Okada focusing on monster collection and battles. It contains a complex system of elements, monster evolution and enchanting. That system allows the player to fiddle with endless combinations to create a perfect group of hybrid monsters. The player takes on the role of Vice, who is on a path to find the winged abomination that killed his mother. To do so he needs to became a Jewel Summoner. During his travels he will meet other jewel summoners and some of them will join him in his quest. Each character can call up to three monsters during a fight and swap them while battling. The creatures all belong to a certain elements. There are two main groups: light and dark, and then further broken down. The element influences the confrontations in a rock-paper-scissors scenario. The game features over 100 unique monsters, and includes ad-hoc wireless connectivity to battle players or trade jewels.

New Adam & Eve

New Adam & Eve

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1986

New Adam & Eve is an Action game, developed and published by SCEI, which was released in Japan in 1986

Panekit: Infinitive Crafting Toy Case

Panekit: Infinitive Crafting Toy Case

Sony Playstation - Released - August 5, 1999

The purpose of Panekit is to complete every single mini-game using vehicles build from your own imagination. The player basically drive around In his own custom made vehicle in colorful landscape, playing the mini-games and then unlocking more terrains and mini-games to play and travel to. In the beginning, the game gives three vehicles in the player's inventory to choose from. So basically, the player drive around looking for parts and other equipment scattered around the terrain. Most of those parts are located in hard-to-reach places like on top of trees, on the summit of a high cliff, on an island right in the middle of the ocean, or even on top of a suspension bridge. Those parts the player collect are then added to the inventory so they can be used to build new self-designed vehicles.

Patapon

Patapon

Sony PSP - Released - February 26, 2008

The Patapon tribe were once an incredible force to be reckoned with, guided by their god, Almighty. No foe was too great, no treasure out of reach, as they searched for the fabled Earthend. However, these days are long gone, and the Patapons are now a shadow of their former selves. Take on the role of Almighty, and restore the Patapons to their former glory! Patapon is a hybrid of a rhythm game such as PaRappa the Rapper and a strategy game with unit management such as Advance Wars. Players control 'Almighty', the Patapons' god, as they guide them in search of Earthend. This is done with the Circle, X, Square and Triangle buttons - each button corresponds with a different type of drum beat. By pressing different sets of four beats, the Patapons will repeat the beat, and then perform the action, such as advancing, retreating or attacking. If the player continues to perform beats without messing up, they enter 'Fever' Mode, which makes the Patapons perform their actions stronger and faster. By collecting assorted items, such as meat and wood, and spending Ka-ching (the game's currency) players can create new Patapon units at the Tree of Life. These units can then be prepared for battle before the player enters a stage, to give them better armor, shields, and weapons, which will help them fight more effectively against their foes.

Patapon 2

Patapon 2

Sony PSP - Released - May 5, 2009

This is a direct sequel to the game Patapon. The tiny eyeball warriors return in their quest to find "IT" at Earthend. To help them in their various ordeals, the player once again take the role of "The Mighty One" or "Mighty Patapon", who leads them by playing the sacred Pata, Pon, Chaka and Don drums following the game BGM's beat. Different combinations mean different orders that the Patapons follow. The game itself is a succession of levels accessed from Patapolis, most of which are repeatable, but increase in difficulty each time. The Patapons now have the help of the Hero Patapon who can be of any type of Patapon available in the game, if they are unlocked. The hero has the same stats as other Patapons, but can have different attributes, depending on which kind of mask he is wearing. He also has different special abilities fitting the type of Patapon he is set to. New minigames and various features are added to those taken from the first game, and there is also an evolution tree, in which every Patapon can change his appearance, level up, and gain different properties. Multiple players can now play together via the Patagate Shrine, using their unique customized Hero Patapon to defeat Giant Bosses and destroy enemy fortresses. Doing so yields treasures such as new masks for the Hero to wear, Komupons (Hero Patapon NPC'S), various materials, and equipment. In North-America, Patapon 2 wasn't originally released with a UMD disc, and was available only through download from the Playstation Store.

Patapon 3

Patapon 3

Sony PSP - Released - April 12, 2011

Patapon 3 is the direct sequel to Patapon and Patapon 2. It follows the gameplay of its predecessor: guiding the Patapon army to their destiny in battle by beating the Pon, Pata, Chaka and Don holy drums in rythm with the music to give the Patapons commands. This time, however, instead of the all-mighty Patapon god, the player takes the role of an Uberhero, and can join force with other Uberheroes in multiplayer. At the beginning of the game, the player resurrects one of three Patapon heroes: Taterazay, the shield hero, Yumiyacha, the bow hero, and Yarida the spear hero. The resurrected hero will lead the army as the Mighty One's avatar. Instead of squad units like in the previous installments, the army is formed of the Superhero Patapon, and three other units, Ton, Chin and Kan, the disciples of the three Patapon heroes. Each unit has customizable skills and equipment and levels-up by gaining experience points in quests. The Superhero also wears a mask that can be changed by acquiring other masks to give him different abilities. Every level can now be played in up to 8 players co-op. Communication between the players is done through the new Pata-Text function.

Play Ball

Play Ball

Microsoft MSX - January 1, 1986

The thrill of baseball! Realistic sound effects and voices brings you the action to the MSX!

Playball III

Playball III

Microsoft MSX2 - April 14, 1989

With live commentary, exciting action and realistic sound effects, Playball 3 is the greatest baseball game ever made!

PlayStation Comic: 2999-nen no Game Kids

PlayStation Comic: 2999-nen no Game Kids

Sony Playstation - Released - December 23, 1998

PlayStation Comic: 2999-nen no Game Kids is an interactive comic in which you control a character in the future. The game takes place in the year 2999 and the people are some kind of cyborgs. The game start when the player's character (a young kid) wakes up from big nightmare and some strange things starts to happen to him. The gameplay is the usual in the comic interactive but in this game there some parts of the game in which you control the character in a 3d graphics engine with a first person perspective.

Primal

Primal

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 25, 2003

Jen meets a short gargoyle named Scree, who informs her that while she must leave the physical plane Mortalis and accompany him to the demon plane Oblivion. The creature who kidnapped Lewis and left her for dead is an agent of Abaddon who represents Chaos and has been locked in struggle for aeons with Arella, representing Order. The balance between Chaos and Order has been upset and it is Jen's task to restore the balance, all the while hoping to discover the whereabouts of Lewis. Primal can be described as a "3D platformer", being somewhat similar in its basic gameplay mechanics to Tomb Raider games. Puzzle-solving and action-based combat constitute the focus of the gameplay. The player can switch between Jen and Scree at any time; Jen is capable of fighting, but Scree is invulnerable to enemy attacks. When Jen is incapacitated in combat, Scree must quickly restore her to life within a time limit; failure to do so prematurely ends the game. Combat is heavily based on "finishing moves" and Jen's ability to transform into demonic forms. There are four demons Jen can merge herself with; they are obtained one by one as the game's narrative advances. These demonic forms allow Jen to use special abilities, which include jumping to extreme heights, unnaturally fast swimming, slowing down time, and using powerful weapons.

Rally Cross

Rally Cross

Sony Playstation - Released - February 1, 1997

Looking for a rough time? Well, get ready for off-road racing with Rally Cross by Sony Interactive. Take on four obsessively tough computer opponents as you race around six of the world's most grueling rally courses. Blazing deserts, a rolling European countryside, stadium ovals and more will challenge your driving skills! Begin winning seasons and you'll eventually reveal 20 different vehicles, including four hardcore rally trucks (each with its own independent suspension, traction, speed, handling and acceleration) to tackle the competition. Add up to three of your friends in a PlayStation exclusive four-player mode, and you've got tons of mud throwing, fishtailing, and wreck inducing action. Try handling obtrusive weather and obstacle conditions such as snow, ice, sand, streams, mud, jumps, dirt and gravel. Rally style racing lets you perform power slides, end-over-end crashes, rolling your car, crashing into others and forcing cars off the road -- everything damages your vehicle! Compete in a season or tournament mode with three difficulty levels and four perspectives. So what are you waiting for? Rally on!

Shachou Eiyuuden: The Eagle Shooting Heroes

Shachou Eiyuuden: The Eagle Shooting Heroes

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 2000

Based upon the popular Chinese Wuxia novel written by Jin Yong (AKA Louis Cha). The novel, Shediao Yingxiong Zhuan (The Eagle Shooting Heroes/The Legend of Condor Heroes) is about the adventure of a young boy, Guo Jing. He travels through China in the Song Dynasty to avenge his father's death, and gets entangled in the battles of the Five Greats and the schemes of Jin Dynasty's invasion. He will have to find himself to protect his loved ones. The gameplay is standard RPG fare, with interesting characters and dungeons to explore. It features FMV cutscenes and tons of voice-acting. The battle system is unique in that there are three types of martial art skills: Qing Gong (lightness), Nei Gong (inner), and Wai Gong (physical). The three types are similar in nature to "rock, paper, scissors," each with one weakness and one invulnerability to the other two.

SingStar '80s

SingStar '80s

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 18, 2007

Everyone who's played SingStar with a bunch of friends knows it's the most fun you can have in your living room. Now, relive some of the finest musical moments of your youth in SingStar '80s. Bring the decade back to life with your own glorious renditions of top tunes from the likes of Simple Minds, The Cure, Vanilla Ice and Europe. Fill your lungs with air and deliver the finest power ballad your neighbours will ever hear. Shed tears of joy as you hear the songs that shaped your very being delivered by over-enthusiastic acquaintances. Experience the '80s as they were always meant to sound with SingStar '80s

SingStar '90s

SingStar '90s

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 18, 2008

Yeah, it's SingStar time again..this time with songs from The Divinyls, EMF, Lisa Loeb, Sir Mix-A-Lot, the Cardigans, and a few more.

SingStar: Amped

SingStar: Amped

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 18, 2007

Yet another in this karaoke game series featuring songs such as Tainted Love, Material Girl, and Rio.

SingStar: Country

SingStar: Country

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 28, 2008

SingStar Country is a karaoke game, honouring the country music. The game gives points which are distributed by the purity of singing, as in how well does one manage to stay on tune. It doesn't matter if you change octaves in the middle of the song or what words are you singing in (it doesn't have a word recognition), so your singing is rated by how well you manage to hit the correct note at the correct time.

SingStar: Hottest Hits

SingStar: Hottest Hits

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 25, 2008

SingStar Hottest Hits is a karaoke game, released in Australia, featuring hits songs from recent music charts. The game gives points which are distributed by the purity of singing, as in how well does one manage to stay on tune. It doesn't matter if you change octaves in the middle of the song or what words are you singing in (it doesn't have a word recognition), so your singing is rated by how well you manage to hit the correct note at the correct time.

SingStar: Latino

SingStar: Latino

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 19, 2009

Grab a mic and put your spin on some of the most popular Latin hits of all time with SingStar® Latino! With over 20 authentic music videos, you and your friends can perform like musical pop stars.

SingStar: Legends

SingStar: Legends

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 28, 2008

Singstar Legends offers yet another patch of songs to sing in this 7th game of the series. The objective of the game is to sing songs and sing them well. The game gives points according to player's performance. There is three difficulty levels to choose from, the easiest one being very forgiving.

SingStar: Pop Vol. 2

SingStar: Pop Vol. 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 23, 2008

SingStar Pop Vol.2 is a karaoke game released for the North America, featuring hit pop songs. The game gives points which are distributed by the purity of singing, as in how well does one manage to stay on tune. It doesn't matter if you change octaves in the middle of the song or what words are you singing in (it doesn't have a word recognition), so your singing is rated by how well you manage to hit the correct note at the correct time.

Singstar: Summer Party

Singstar: Summer Party

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 25, 2008

SingStar is a competitive music video game series, developed by London Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 video game consoles. SingStar allows 1-2 people to sing karaoke via microphone peripherals in time with on-screen music. The first game in the series, SingStar, was released in Europe and Oceania in 2004. As of 2008, over seventy titles in the SingStar series have been released PAL region territories,[1] in addition to a small number of releases in North America. The main difference between each SingStar title is the game's track list. Each edition of the game includes up to thirty songs on disc, with PlayStation 3 versions of the game allowing additional songs to be purchased from an online service. Players can remove a game disc from the console during gameplay and insert a new disc, giving them access to a new selection of songs. Most SingStar titles are loosely based upon musical genres, such as rock or pop music (SingStar Rocks! and SingStar Pop respectively). SingStar games are sometimes localised for release in different regions, with customised track lists to suit foreign markets and territories. The first artist-specific SingStar game (SingStar Die Toten Hosen) was released in Germany in 2007,[2] with ABBA, Queen, Take That, Mecano and Vasco Rossi receiving similar releases in subsequent years.

Space Adventure Cobra: The Psychogun Vol. 1

Space Adventure Cobra: The Psychogun Vol. 1

Sony Playstation - Released - January 22, 1998

The series features the infamous space-pirate Cobra who was once forced to hide from enemies by surgically altering his face and erasing his own memory. At the start of the story he is living an ordinary life but after going to a trip-parlor he starts to regain his true memories. If you're a fan of Buichi Terasawa, the best part of this comic is that it lets you experience graphics on a monitor as if they were drawn on a computer. For the people who haven't played this game, you can expect to experience beautiful graphics, realistic sound effects, music that builds and builds like in a movie, and a new level of entertainment that you have never known.

Space Adventure Cobra: The Psychogun Vol. 2

Space Adventure Cobra: The Psychogun Vol. 2

Sony Playstation - Released - January 22, 1998

The series features the infamous space-pirate Cobra who was once forced to hide from enemies by surgically altering his face and erasing his own memory. At the start of the story he is living an ordinary life but after going to a trip-parlor he starts to regain his true memories. If you're a fan of Buichi Terasawa, the best part of this comic is that it lets you experience graphics on a monitor as if they were drawn on a computer. For the people who haven't played this game, you can expect to experience beautiful graphics, realistic sound effects, music that builds and builds like in a movie, and a new level of entertainment that you have never known. This is the second part of the story, and starts where the first game ended.

Spawn: The Eternal

Spawn: The Eternal

Sony Playstation - Released - December 10, 1997

Spawn: The Eternal is based on Todd McFarlane's Spawn comics. The game switches back and forth between two styles of play. There's an exploration mode, which is along the lines of Tomb Raider. Spawn must climb and jump his way through a variety of environmental obstacles while smashing crates and furniture to find power-ups. When you approach an enemy, however, the engine switches into something between a 3D fighting game and an old-fashioned side-scrolling beat-em-up. Spawn must defeat one or more enemies, who may be surrounding him before he can continue.

Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided

Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided

Windows - June 26, 2003

Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided will simultaneously immerse thousands of players in a persistent online recreation of the Star Wars universe portrayed in the classic Star Wars film trilogy. The series will feature dynamic adventures throughout the galaxy during the classic Star Wars timeframe. Gameplay will offer a unique combination of combat, exploration, social interaction, specialised missions and daring quests.

Super Soccer

Super Soccer

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1985

Super Soccer is a soccer (football) game for two players or one player against the computer. The game features throw-ins, goal kicks, corner kicks, penalty kicks and a side-on view of the field which scrolls to follow the action. There is a referee but no tournament mode and the duration of match can not be set.

This is Football 2

This is Football 2

Sony Playstation - Released - November 3, 2000

The sequel to 'This Is Football', attempts to make a realistic yet enjoyable football game. Fully licenced by FIFAPro (International Association of Football Players' Unions) to use every players real name, dozens of the most famous football stadiums from around the world (Mexico, England, Italy, etc.) are faithfully represented while nearly every major football league, cup or competition is included. Features * Over 5000 Authentic players and over 300 International and English League teams * New Season Mode with promotion. Enhanced A1 with promotion and entertaining matches * New shooting system for explosive goal action * Faster, more responsive player movement

XV Story Disk

XV Story Disk

Microsoft MSX2+ - Released - 1990

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