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3 on 3 Dunk Madness

3 on 3 Dunk Madness

Arcade - Unreleased - 1997

3 On 3 Dunk Madness for up to four players is a prototype basketball game, developed by Video System in 1997.

Dream Square: Hinagata Akiko

Dream Square: Hinagata Akiko

Sega Saturn - Released - February 14, 1997

Dream Square Hinagata Akiko (DREAM SQUARE 雛形あきこ) is a multimedia disc for the Sega Saturn, featuring Japanese actress and singer Akiko Hinagata in various video sequences. The disc also comes with a calendar.

F-1 Grand Prix

F-1 Grand Prix

Arcade - Released - 1991

F-1 Grand Prix is a top-down racing game based on the 1991 Formula One season. The game features various options for manual car tuning and has a damage system: collisions cause the components to weaken. In order to avoid a fast race end, a pit stop is advised to repair damages. When the car drives a lap, it stands still and the environment rotates around the car. Available playing options are the whole Grand Prix, a single race and a best lap competition.

F1 World Grand Prix

F1 World Grand Prix

Sega Dreamcast - Released - April 24, 2000

F1WGP features the official license of the 1998 season, it features all the drivers for that season (except Jacques Villeneuve that was replaced with a blank photo and Driver. There are four main modes in Formula 1 World Grand Prix. Single Race lets you race around in any car on any track for a quick spin, Championship allows you to take part in the 1998 season, Time Trial pits you against the clock and Match Race offers some multiplayer fun.

F1 World Grand Prix II

F1 World Grand Prix II

Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 22, 2000

Stunning graphics, ear spinning sound and totally immersive gameplay. F1WGPII drives you through the 99 FIA Grand Prix season using 11 teams, 22 drivers and 16 tracks from this season. F1WGP has a stunning dynamics engine which offers amazing handling and car characteristics, both of which can be fine tuned to any players ability. Every detail from the drivers legs in cockpit to waving flags in the crowd has been accurately recreated. So put on your helmet. crank up the volume and take part in the most exhilarating sport ever!

Honkaku 4-nin Uchi Geinoujin Taikyoku Mahjong: The Wareme de Pon

Honkaku 4-nin Uchi Geinoujin Taikyoku Mahjong: The Wareme de Pon

Sega Saturn - Released - October 10, 1996

Honkaku 4-nin Uchi Geinoujin Taikyoku Mahjong: The Wareme DE Pon (本格4人打ち 芸能人対極麻雀 THEわれめDEポン) is a mahjong game for the Sega Saturn.

Idol Mahjong: Final Romance 2

Idol Mahjong: Final Romance 2

Sega Saturn - Released - August 11, 1995

Idol Mahjong Final Romance 2 (アイドル麻雀 ファイナルロマンス2) is a mahjong game for the Sega Saturn.

Idol Mahjong: Final Romance 4

Idol Mahjong: Final Romance 4

Sega Saturn - Released - May 21, 1998

Idol Mahjong Final Romance 4 is a mahjong game published by Video System for the Sega Saturn, and is the third game in the series released for the Saturn after Idol Mahjong Final Romance 2 and Idol Mahjong Final Romance R.

Idol Mahjong: Final Romance R

Idol Mahjong: Final Romance R

Sega Saturn - Released - March 15, 1996

Idol Mahjong Final Romance R (アイドル麻雀 ファイナルロマンスR) is a mahjong game for the Sega Saturn.

Lethal Crash Race

Lethal Crash Race

Arcade - Released - 1993

Lethal Crash Race is, as the title suggests, a racing game. The player chooses one of eight international characters then races one-on-one against the other characters (and the recolor of her/his own). Each race takes place in a different location around the world, and each character has her or his own ending, making the character interaction rather similar to that of Sonic Wings. Lethal Crash Race marks the first appearance of Ellen and Cincia, who later feature in most of the Sonic Wings games.

Oretachi Geesen Zoku: Super Volleyball

Oretachi Geesen Zoku: Super Volleyball

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 27, 2005

Rabbit Punch

Rabbit Punch

Arcade - Released - 1987

The royal family of Bunnyland was kidnapped by monsters and the player has to save them by beating all six levels of this side-scrolling shooter. The reason why the protagonist, a rabbit, can fly is the rocket launcher on his back. Just like in most shooters, the main objective is to survive the way to the end boss of each level without getting hit by enemies (three hits result in a life loss). The rabbit has three ways to defend itself: a regular gun, a strong melee punch and limited homing missiles. The power ups are shield energy refreshments, extra points, invincibility, more missiles...

Rabio Lepus Special

Rabio Lepus Special

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - October 19, 1990

Rabio Lepus Special is a home version of Rabbit Punch, the Arcade horizontal shoot 'em up from Video System, which was released to the PC Engine exclusively. It features numerous changes to accommodate the console, including the lack of a two-player mode. Therefore, despite the title, Lepus is not playable as this is a one player affair. The original Rabbit Punch Arcade game has been ported a few times - specifically by Hamster for their PS2 "Oretachi Geesen Zoku Sono" Arcade collection and later Arcade Archives series for PS4's PSN - yet this particular version has yet to see a rerelease.

Tail to Nose

Tail to Nose

Arcade - Released - 1989

Tail To Nose: Great Championship was produced by Video System Co. Ltd. in 1989. Choose one of six F1 cars (along with the driver) and race around a track as fast as you can. You choose one of six F1 Cars and get to select one of the two drivers. It is one of the few F1 games that runs in a standard JAMMA cabinet, but it can use a steering wheel and pedals. The game has a top-down view of the racing, with the track rotating rather then the car. Although you can race all 23 qualified drivers, only the eleven top drivers (the ones you can select) will give you any trouble. A map shows you...

Turbo Force

Turbo Force

Arcade - Released - 1991

Turbo Force was produced by Video System Co. Ltd. in 1991. A shooter with good graphics and great sound. Turbo Force is even more of a direct predecessor to Sonic Wings than is Rabio Lepus: Turbo Force features vertical scrolling gameplay very similar to that of the Sonic Wings series along with a nearly identical power-up system. (The only differences in power-ups are that the vehicle slowly loses power even if not damaged, and that instead of a bomb that can be deployed at the player's discretion, the special weapon detonates as soon as its power-up is touched.) Still, Turbo Force...

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