Sega AM2

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

Arcade - Released - July 26, 2000

A truck driving game from Sega. Race another trucker across the country, carrying cargo and trying to beat the clock. The main purpose is to make it to the finish line with your cargo within a given time. Players choose one of several trucks, each rated in speed, handling, etc. They then race from point to point across the country, hauling cargo (more difficult cargo will increase your pay for that leg of the journey) while avoiding innocent traffic (blare the horn to get drivers out of your way) and trying to outrun a reckless computer opponent (or player two in linked matches). Good...

3D Out Run

3D Out Run

Nintendo 3DS - Released - March 12, 2015

3D third-person racing game. The player controls a car, a Ferrari Testarossa Spider, from a rear third-person perspective. In contrast to other third-person racing games at the time where the camera is some distance above the horizon to see into the distance, Out Run places the camera near the ground, directly behind the car, simulating a Ferrari driver's perspective view and limiting the player's view into the distance.The road also curves and dips,which, combined with the low perspective, increases the challenge by making it difficult to see what is on the other side of a hill. The player...

After Burner (Activision)

After Burner (Activision)

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

After Burner is an aircraft shooter. The goal is simple: use your F-14 Tomcat and shoot as many enemies as you can. This aircraft has two weapons: lock-on missiles and Vulcan cannons (basically machine guns). In some versions there is an option to let the cannons shoot automatically all the time. The game is viewed from behind the plane with you fighting wave after wave of enemy fighters. But at heart it offers the usual shooter mechanics, meaning you spend most of your time dodging and shooting. Sometimes you come across a friendly supply plane and if you dock with it you can replenish...

After Burner Climax

After Burner Climax

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - April 22, 2010

After Burner Climax introduces two new flyable aircraft to the series: the F/A-18E Super Hornet and F-15E Strike Eagle. The iconic F-14 Tomcat from previous games has been replaced with the F-14D Super Tomcat. The player selects the aircraft at the start screen. While choosing their plane, the player can use the throttle to choose between four different paintjobs for each of the three planes. These paint jobs consist of a "Standard" scheme, "Camouflage" scheme, "Special" scheme, and "Low Visibility" scheme. After choosing their plane, the player can also choose to listen to After Burner...

After Burner Climax

After Burner Climax

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - April 21, 2010

Take to the skies and experience blazing speeds in the world’s fastest fighter jets! The classic arcade game After Burner has now returned for a new generation of gamers. After Burner Climax is fast and frantic action, putting you in the cockpit of the world’s fastest fighter plane. Dodge planes, rockets, and bullets while trying to target multiple on-screen enemy aircraft. Built for all skill levels, everyone will be able to take to the air and blaze through a branching storyline and over 20 stages. Unlock achievements along the way to unlock exclusive Avatar Awards using your...

Arabian Fight

Arabian Fight

Sega System 32

Arabian Fight (アラビアンファイト) is a scrolling beat 'em up arcade game released by Sega in 1992 (Though the on screen copyright year was 1991 when the game was conceived and produced before its release). Unlike many of Sega's arcade titles the game was never ported to a home console and seems to have been released in direct competition with Taito's Arabian-themed game, Arabian Magic, which was also released in 1992.

Beach Spikers

Beach Spikers

Sega Naomi

Beach Spikers: Virtua Beach Volleyball (also known in arcades as just Beach Spikers) is a beach volleyball video game released in Japanese arcades in 2001 followed by home ports in all regions for the Nintendo GameCube in 2002. The game was published by Sega and developed in-house by Sega AM2.

Beach Spikers

Beach Spikers

Sega Naomi 2 - Released - 2001

Based on the sport of beach volleyball, the game revolves around two-on-two matches where a volleyball is hit back and forth over a net until one side allows the ball to touch the ground. Similar to Sega's Virtua sports games, most of the gameplay in Beach Spikers is based around the concept of "charging" the strength of moves, judged by how long the button is held prior to release at the point of which the move is executed. There is a button for setting (passing) and a button for rallying (sending the ball over the net) which, combined with how long the button is held to determine strength,...

Beach Spikers: Virtua Beach Volleyball

Beach Spikers: Virtua Beach Volleyball

Nintendo GameCube - Released - August 12, 2002

Beach Spikers delivers intense beach volleyball action for up to four players, and it showcases beautiful female athletes as they battle it out under the summer sun. You must cooperate and compete as you take control of bikini-clad athletes and go two-on-two at the net. Those craving a deeper experience can create their own athlete and teammate and enter the all-new World Tour mode. With each win, you'll compete to earn attributes and use a mixture of encouragements and insults to develop your teammate's AI.

Border Break Scramble

Border Break Scramble

Arcade - Released - April 17, 2014

Border Break Scramble is a sequel/update to Border Break Union.

Burning Rival

Burning Rival

Sega System 32

Burning Rival (バーニングライバル) is a 1993 fighting arcade game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega. It was released exclusively in Japan in July 1993. It was also the first fighting game developed by Sega AM2. Virtua Fighter and Shenmue creator Yu Suzuki was involved as a producer. It is noted for its distinct 2D graphics and animations, developed by Zero-One. It was created during the fighting game trend of the 1990s that was popularized by Capcom's Street Fighter II.

Cyber Troopers Virtual-On: Oratorio Tangram

Cyber Troopers Virtual-On: Oratorio Tangram

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - April 29, 2009

The arcade classic Cyber Troopers Virtual-On: Oratorio Tangram comes to Xbox LIVE Arcade! Keeping the classic mech fighting style, Virtual-On returns enhanced with intense HD graphics and a thrilling 1-on-1 online multiplayer battle mode. The game is set in the distant future where a mysterious gate has been discovered and has been used to create massive battle suits known as Virtuaroids. There are nine plants linked to the gate. Their owner has mysteriously disappeared and has given two rival corporations ownership of the factories. They are now battling for control over all the plants....

Daytona USA

Daytona USA

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - October 26, 2011

It’s time to get revved up with Daytona USA! Based on the classic arcade title, Daytona USA features enhanced graphics, tracks for all skill levels, and the original, hit soundtrack! Save your quarters - we’re bringing the arcade straight to your living room with steering wheel and multiplayer support. Challenge your friends with up to eight player online races or the whole world via Xbox LIVE leaderboards!

Daytona USA

Daytona USA

Arcade - Released - March 1, 1994

The player is put behind the wheel of a stock car (known as the Hornet), with the choice of three tracks as well as an automatic or manual transmission. The player's objectives are to outrun the competing cars, and complete the race before time runs out. This game will certainly go down in history as a classic. Few games have realized such a transmission of visceral thrill and emotional competitiveness to the extent that Daytona has. The force-feedback steering is amazingly responsive and adds incredibly to the gameplay, allowing players to feel the road, and the bumps and impacts of other...

Daytona USA

Daytona USA

Sega Saturn - Released - April 1, 1995

Sega's premier stock car racing game comes to the Dreamcast with DAYTONA USA. All of the cars and tracks from every game in the DAYTONA series are included, resulting in the most complete DAYTONA racer ever seen. There are a number of playing modes as well. Take on the challenges of competing in a Single Race, try to beat your friends in the Two-Player mode, or for the ultimate challenge you can race through the Championship mode and unlock hidden items. In every mode, you can customize your vehicle including its looks, handling, speed, and many other options. Now you can race stock cars with...

Daytona USA

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - October 25, 2011

It’s time to get revved up with Daytona USA! Based on the classic arcade title, Daytona® USA features enhanced graphics, tracks for all skill levels, and the original hit soundtrack! Save your quarters - we’re bringing the arcade straight to your living room with steering wheel and multiplayer support. Challenge your friends in up to eight player online races or the whole world via online leaderboards! New Coat of Paint:Now with enhanced graphics, Daytona® USA gives you a classically updated, retro look in 16:9 widescreen. Classic Arcade Experience:Race your AI opponents in classic...

Daytona USA

Daytona USA

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1994

Daytona USA (デイトナUSA) is a Sega Model 2 arcade racing game developed by Sega AM2. It was initially given a limited release in Japan in 1993 to gauge public reaction to the new model hardware before its full, international release the following March. It is loosely based on the NASCAR racing event at the Daytona International Speedway, located in real life in Daytona Beach, Florida in the United States of America. Daytona USA and all of its sequels and rereleases (except Sega Racing Classic, in which case someone else already held the arcade license) have been officially sponsored by the...

Daytona USA 2: Battle on the Edge

Daytona USA 2: Battle on the Edge

Arcade - Released - May 1, 1998

Daytona USA 2: Battle on the Edge is an arcade racing game released by Sega in 1998 as a follow-up to the extremely successful Daytona USA. The game featured vastly superior graphics, utilizing the Sega Model 3 hardware. The majority of Daytona USA 2 cabinets were released as deluxe models (with far fewer Twin Cabinets), which could be linked together for up to 16 players using network multiplayer mode. A notable change from the original is the ability to select a car and corresponding driver, each with varying capabilities for varying levels of player experience. Just like before, the game...

Daytona USA 2: Battle on the Edge

Daytona USA 2: Battle on the Edge

Sega Model 3 - Released - May 1, 1998

Daytona USA 2: Battle on the Edge is an arcade racing game released by Sega in 1998 as a follow-up to the extremely successful Daytona USA. The game featured vastly superior graphics, utilizing the Sega Model 3 hardware. The majority of Daytona USA 2 cabinets were released as deluxe models (with far fewer Twin Cabinets), which could be linked together for up to 16 players using network multiplayer mode. A notable change from the original is the ability to select a car and corresponding driver, each with varying capabilities for varying levels of player experience. Just like before, the game...

Daytona USA 2: Power Edition

Daytona USA 2: Power Edition

Sega Model 3 - 1998

In late 1998, a few months after the release of Battle on the Edge, Sega released an updated version, known as Daytona USA 2: Power Edition. Changes in this game include the environment of the beginner course; the dome and natural scenery that encircle the track in the regular release are removed and is changed to a "NASCAR Oval" look however, the course layout remains the same. Also included is the "Challenge" course option, which combines the three courses altogether. Along with slightly revamped handling physics, the beginner car's livery is altered. Added to Power Edition is the Hornet...

Daytona USA: Championship Circuit Edition

Daytona USA: Championship Circuit Edition

Sega Saturn - November 25, 1996

Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition drives home the excitement of speedway racing more than ever before! Slick new full-screen graphics and two brand new extra circuits await as you select any one of eight turbo-charged cars to race in. Split-screen 2-player mode and a host of options including ghost car ensure that Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition will set the pace in the race to the finish line.

Daytona USA: Championship Circuit NetLink Edition

Daytona USA: Championship Circuit NetLink Edition

Sega Saturn - February 16, 1998

Daytona USA is a Sega Model 2 arcade racing game developed by Sega AM2. It was initially given a limited release in Japan in 1993 to gauge public reaction to the new model hardware before its full, international release the following March. It is loosely based on the NASCAR racing event at the Daytona International Speedway, located in real life in Daytona Beach, Florida in the United States of America. Daytona USA and all of its sequels and re-releases (except Sega Racing Classic, in which case someone else already held the arcade license) have been officially sponsored by the...

Desert Tank

Desert Tank

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1994

Desert Tank (デザートタンク) is a third-person shooter arcade game released for the Sega Model 2 in 1994. In it, the player controls a tank and blows things up. The game was developed by Sega AM2 and produced by Yu Suzuki. It was developed in cooperation with Martin Marietta, a military contractor, and aimed to be realistic. It has never been brought to home consoles.

Emergency Call Ambulance

Emergency Call Ambulance

Sega Model 3 - October 1, 1999

Emergency Call Ambulance is an arcade game released in October of 1999 by Sega. It is a single-player game, and the controls are made up of a steering wheel, gearshift, and gas and brake pedals. The game has been noted for being exceptionally hard, mainly in the cases after the first victim. There are two forms of gameplay: Automatic Transmission and Manual Transmission.

Emergency Call Ambulance

Emergency Call Ambulance

Arcade - October 1, 1999

Emergency Call Ambulance is an arcade game released in October of 1999 by Sega. It is a single-player game, and the controls are made up of a steering wheel, gearshift, and gas and brake pedals. The game has been noted for being exceptionally hard, mainly in the cases after the first victim. There are two forms of gameplay: Automatic Transmission and Manual Transmission.

F355 Challenge: Passione Rossa

F355 Challenge: Passione Rossa

Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 3, 2000

F355 Challenge is a racing simulation arcade video game based on the actual race car and Ferrari event. It was developed by the AM2 division of Sega for the Sega Naomi Multiboard arcade system board under the direction of Yu Suzuki, and was later ported to the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2 video game consoles under the names F355 Challenge: Passione Rossa and Ferrari F355 Challenge respectively for both American and European releases. The only model of car featured in the game is the Ferrari F355 Challenge model. The game was considered the most accurate simulation of the F355 possible up until...

Ferrari F355 Challenge

Ferrari F355 Challenge

Sega Naomi - Released - July 1, 1999

Get behind the wheel of one of the most world's most prestigious cars - the F355 Ferrari. F355 features a number of game modes: the Arcade mode which is the same as the checkpoint arcade version; Championship mode where you race a total of 6 races for the combined highest score; Single play which is the same as Arcade mode but with no time limit; Versus play with a two player split screen; and Network Race where you can connect to the Internet and race a time attack against other players ghost cars. The courses that are available to race on are Motegi, short and long versions of Suzuka,...

Ferrari F355 Challenge 2

Ferrari F355 Challenge 2

Sega Naomi - Released - January 1, 2001

Fighters Megamix

Fighters Megamix

Sega Saturn - Released - April 30, 1997

AM2's ultimate 3D fighting experience smashes onto the Saturn, with 32 characters from Virtua Fighter, Fighting Vipers, VF Kids, Sonic Fighters, Virtua Cop 2 and more! Secret characters, new weapons and new moves including many from VF3. The biggest and best beat-'em-up EVER!

Fighting Vipers

Fighting Vipers

Sega Saturn - Released - August 30, 1996

Electric fences. Barb wire cages. No-mercy skate punks. Axe-wielding rockers. Rollerbladers who take the term seriously... Fighting Vipers is street fighting in its rawest form. Furious, wall-to-wall combat brought to life with a visual intensity and relentless game play so superior, so brutal beyond comparison, nothing can prepare you for what you've got coming. NOTHING!

Fighting Vipers

Fighting Vipers

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1995

Fighting Vipers (ファイティングバイパーズ) is a 3D fighting game developed by Sega AM2 for the Sega Model 2B CRX in 1995. It was ported the same year to the Sega Saturn with significantly reduced graphics.

Fighting Vipers 2

Fighting Vipers 2

Arcade - April 1, 1998

The sequel to the innovative Fighting Vipers has arrived and is set to ignite the world of beat 'em ups once again. Revenge has conquered your mind and aggression has poisoned your blood as you take control of a band of 'Vipers', each boasting distinct weapons in a fight to remove dictatorship from the city's Mayor. Fighting Vipers 2 is sure to put your pulse into overload!

Fighting Vipers 2

Fighting Vipers 2

Sega Model 3 - April 1, 1998

The sequel to the innovative Fighting Vipers has arrived and is set to ignite the world of beat 'em ups once again. Revenge has conquered your mind and aggression has poisoned your blood as you take control of a band of 'Vipers', each boasting distinct weapons in a fight to remove dictatorship from the city's Mayor. Fighting Vipers 2 is sure to put your pulse into overload!

Fighting Vipers 2

Fighting Vipers 2

Sega Dreamcast - Released - January 18, 2001

Fighting Vipers 2 is a 3D fighting video game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega for their Model 3 arcade board in 1998, and later ported to the Dreamcast in 2001. It is the sequel to the 1995 game Fighting Vipers. Along with the original cast of the first game, Fighting Vipers 2 introduced Emi, a computer geek who fights with a self-developed mecha armor, and Charlie, a BMX rider. New unlockable characters included Del Sol (a Mexican wrestler with a Sun mask), and Kuhn (a copycat character with various movesets from all the other original characters similar to Virtua Fighter's...

Ghost Squad

Ghost Squad

Nintendo Wii - Released - November 20, 2007

One of the first light gun games to arrive on the Wii, Ghost Squad will take full advantage of the unique controls of the Wii Remote. Three dangerous missions bring a new gameplay experience every time with multiple levels, alternate routes, changing daylight, a variety of player choices and secret weapons and costumes to unlock. Alone or with up to three squad mates, players will rescue hostages, apprehend suspects and deactivate bombs as they eliminate terrorist threats around the world. Unlock 25 different tactical weapons including sniper and assault rifles, submachine guns, hand...

Ghost Squad: Evolution

Ghost Squad: Evolution

Arcade - Released - 2007

Ghost Squad Evolution is the arcade followup to the original Ghost Squad. It was developed and published by Sega and released in 2007. In Ghost Squad: Evolution the player is a member of Alpha Unit, or members of the “Ghost Squad”, an unofficial unit of the anti-terrorist group, Multi-Operation-Program (M.O.P.). Non-playable characters include fellow M.O.P. members consisting of the Commander, who provides radio backup and pertinent advice to the player. Along with the Bravo and Charlie Unit who assist the player in suppressing the terrorist threat. The rifle can be set from single shot,...

The King of Route 66

The King of Route 66

Arcade - Released - 2002

The King of Route 66 is an arcade style 18-Wheeler driving game. The game takes place on the famous Route 66, a highway that runs through America from Illinois to California. This game features a story mode in which the Evil Tornado Corporation has taken over all the trucking jobs along Route 66. You play a hero trucker who challenges Tornado drivers all along the route and puts them in their place by getting your cargo to the destination first. This game mode, called the King of Route 66, plays mostly like a sequel to 18 Wheeler. The next game mode is called the Queen of Route 66. In this...

Out Run

Out Run

Arcade - Released - September 20, 1986

You drive a Ferrari Testarossa through various stages each with a checkpoint at the end of the stage that must be reached within the time limit. The player can choose which route to take through the game. The driver also has a choice of three different themes to listen to while driving. Out Run was a critical and commercial success. It is notable for its innovative hardware (including a moving cabinet), pioneering graphics and music, a choice in both soundtrack and route, and its strong theme of luxury and relaxation.

Out Run (Mega-Tech)

Out Run (Mega-Tech)

Arcade

The Mega-Tech System is an arcade cabinet released by Sega in 1989, and Western counterpart to the Mega 6. It was based on the Sega Mega Drive home console, and was designed similarly to Nintendo's PlayChoice-10: players chose games from a menu of eight titles, with credits buying more play time (usually 1 minute per credit) rather than extra lives or continues; reaching a game over screen does not end the play session, and players can start over or choose a different game as long as there was some play time remaining. The Mega-Tech was not released in North America, though did see use in Asia...

OutRun 2

OutRun 2

Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 25, 2004

OutRun 2 (アウトラン2?), usually stylized as OutRun2, is a 2003 racing game released by Sega for the arcades. Although this is the first "official" sequel to Out Run, it is the fourth title in the OutRun series.

Propeller Arena

Propeller Arena

Sega Dreamcast - Unreleased

Propeller Arena: Aviation Battle Championship is a video game for the Dreamcast console. It was originally titled Propeller Head Online and was on display at E3 on May 19, 2001, with an expected release date of 9/19/2001. It was developed, completed and trademarked by Sega AM2 in August, but the game never officially released and was cancelled just days after the September 11 attacks, citing both similarities in game packaging and design to the events of that day, as well as the Dreamcast's declining market share, resulting in projected low sales numbers. Hopes of a port to another console...

Rad Mobile

Rad Mobile

Arcade - Released - April 26, 1991

Rad Mobile is a first person perspective racer and had the player engage into a non-stop road race across the USA while avoiding traffic and police cars under the time limit. The only player controlled car is a Ferrari 330 P4 type prototype racing against computer controlled opponents driving generic cars. The player would race with fifteen other rivals across the track, all attempting to prevent the player from winning. During some of the courses the player would have the opportunity to activate different controls, which include headlights for night driving and windshield wipers during...

Rad Mobile

Rad Mobile

Sega System 32

Rad Mobile is a first person perspective racer and had the player engage into a non-stop road race across the USA while avoiding traffic and police cars under the time limit. The only player controlled car is a Ferrari 330 P4 type prototype racing against computer controlled opponents driving generic cars. The player would race with fifteen other rivals across the track, all attempting to prevent the player from winning. During some of the courses the player would have the opportunity to activate different controls, which include headlights for night driving and windshield wipers during...

Rad Rally

Rad Rally

Sega System 32

Sega followed up on the success of Rad Mobile by making a sequel, Rad Rally for the arcades in 1991, which included several gameplay changes.

Rad Rally

Rad Rally

Arcade - Released - November 1, 1991

Sega followed up on the success of Rad Mobile by making a sequel, Rad Rally for the arcades in 1991, which included several gameplay changes.

R-Tuned: Ultimate Street Racing

R-Tuned: Ultimate Street Racing

Arcade - Released - October 23, 2008

R-Tuned : Ultimate Street Racing is an arcade racing game released by Sega on 23 October 2008 in Asia and North America, and on 17 April 2009 in Europe. The game focuses on the import scene and illegal street racing. The game runs on the Sega Lindbergh platform, and uses Virtua Fighter 5's character model engine. Players can save their progress and records by using IC cards. There are boost buttons on the steering wheel, players can use unlimited boosts to speed up during the game. There are 2 modes of the game : Battle mode : players try to get highest points during the race Time...

Scud Race

Scud Race

Sega Model 3 - Released - 1996

Model 3 step 1.5 racing game by Sega with four gorgeous track designs. Four selectable cars including the Ferrari F40, Dodge Viper, Porsche 911, and McLarren F1. SCUD Race, "Sport Car Ultimate Drive" or otherwise known as Sega Super GT in North America, is an arcade racing game released by Sega in 1996. It is the first racing game to be using the Sega Model 3 hardware.

Scud Race

Arcade - December 1, 1996

Model 3 step 1.5 racing game by Sega with four gorgeous track designs. Four selectable cars including the Ferrari F40, Dodge Viper, Porsche 911, and McLarren F1. SCUD Race, "Sport Car Ultimate Drive" or otherwise known as Sega Super GT in North America, is an arcade racing game released by Sega in 1996. It is the first racing game to be using the Sega Model 3 hardware.

Scud Race Plus

Scud Race Plus

Sega Model 3 - Released - 1997

Scud Race Plus is an update to Scud Race and was released for Sega Model 3 arcade hardware in 1997. It is a bizarre and somewhat rare update to the game, being released exclusively in Japan. Despite this, it is possible to change the region of Scud Race Plus, and if switched to US it will create Sega Super GT Plus.

Sega Ages

Sega Ages

Sega Saturn - Released - November 6, 1997

Sega Ages: Volume 1, known simply as Sega Ages in North America, and not to be confused with the similarly named collection released only in Japan, is a video game compilation for the Sega Saturn. It was only released in western regions, with Sega publishing the game in Europe and Working Designs in North America. Sega Ages: Volume 1 contains three games previously released in Japan as stand-alone titles; Sega Ages Vol.2 Space Harrier, Sega Ages OutRun and Sega Ages After Burner II, being enhanced ports of the arcade classics Space Harrier, OutRun and After Burner II, respectively. Though...

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 10: After Burner II

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 10: After Burner II

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 25, 2004

After Burner II is an upgrade of the original 1988 arcade release of After Burner II, being presented entirely in 3D. Aside from this, it is essentially the same as before but with extra options such as unlimited continues. There is an "arranged" mode which lets you play as different planes, but it does not significantly affect gameplay.

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 19: Fighting Vipers

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 19: Fighting Vipers

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 28, 2005

Fighting Vipers is a port of the arcade version of Fighting Vipers, with various options similar to those of Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 16: Virtua Fighter 2. None of the extra features of the Sega Saturn version were included.

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 20: Space Harrier II: Space Harrier Complete Collection

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 20: Space Harrier II: Space Harrier Complete Collection

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 27, 2005

It comes with a number of options, such as resolution changes, filters and 2D/3D support for Space Harrier 3D (and the resources for making your own red/blue 3D glasses). Also included are scanned manuals, artwork, sheet music and a demonstration of a professional playing the game.

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 8: Virtua Racing FlatOut

Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 8: Virtua Racing FlatOut

Sony Playstation 2 - February 26, 2004

This game is an upgrade of the original 1992 arcade release of Virtua Racing, sporting higher resolution graphics and slightly improved draw distances. It also contains three new tracks and four new vehicles, making a total of six and five, respectively. This content is completely separate from the previous Sega 32X and Sega Saturn versions of the game.

Sega Racing Classic

Sega Racing Classic

Arcade - Released - 2009

Sega Racing Classic is an arcade racing game released for Sega RingWide hardware in 2009. Despite its fairly generic name, it is actually a remake of Daytona USA running at a resolution of 1280x720 and with all references to the Daytona International Speedway removed.

Sega Rally 2

Sega Rally 2

Sega Dreamcast - Released - October 31, 1999

Sega Rally 2 is the sequel to Sega's hit arcade game, Sega Rally. This game, like it's predecessor, is based on Rally racing. Rally racing is unique in that races take place on both race tracks and off-road courses. The courses in this game reflect this nicely. Some take place in the desert or forest, others take place in cities. The cars in this game are all actual rally cars, with manufacturers from Europe and Japan both well represented. You do not get to see very many of them at one time, however, since rally races are typically time-based events. In this game, you are not competing...

Sega Rally 2 Championship

Sega Rally 2 Championship

Sega Model 3 - Released - February 28, 1998

Sega Rally 2 is the 1998 sequel to Sega's hit arcade game, Sega Rally Championship. This game, like it's predecessor, is based on Rally racing. Rally racing is unique in that races take place on both race tracks and off-road courses. The courses in this game reflect this nicely. Some take place in the desert or forest, others take place in cities. The cars in this game are all actual rally cars, with manufacturers from Europe and Japan both well represented. You do not get to see very many of them at one time, however, since rally races are typically time-based events. In this game, you are...

Shenmue

Shenmue

Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 6, 2000

On a November day when the snow turned to rain, Ryu Hazuki arrives home just in time to see his father killed by Lan Di, a man Ryu's father obviously knew very well. Ryu attempts to stop Lan Di, but is effortlessly beaten to within an inch of his life. After recovering from his injuries Ryu sets out to track down his father's murderer, as well as uncover his family's secrets and the mystery of the Phoenix and Dragon mirrors that Lan Di seeks. Project Berkley was the code name for Shenmue that was included as a bonus GD-ROM disc with the Virtua Fighter 3tb game for the Sega Dreamcast. This...

Shenmue II

Shenmue II

Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 6, 2001

"Across the sea, from a distant land in the East, he shall rise appear"...the epic adventure of Shenmue is re-borne once again as Ryo Hazuki arrives in Hong Kong on his continued mission to avenge his father's death and discover the truth behind the Phoenix Mirror. In a world almost three times bigger than the original, you will have to interact with many people and gain the knowledge you need through a variety of experiences, but beware who you trust. Full of emotional encounters, Shenmue II is a compelling and majestic production that will engulf your entire existence...

Shenmue II

Shenmue II

Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 28, 2002

Yu Suzuki's cinematic masterpiece returns with more spellbinding adventure and an even more immersive world. The epic continues as Ryo Hazuki arrives in Hong Kong on his quest to avenge his father's murder by the warlord Lan Di and unravel the mystery of the Phoenix mirror. Set in Hong Kong, Kowloon, and Guilin, you'll travel through breathtaking scenery, rich with mountainous wilderness, traditional Taoist temples, and stunning tropical landscapes. As you move through massive, highly-detailed 3D worlds, you'll interact with almost every facet of your environment as well as a whole new cast of...

Shining Force: Cross Elysion

Shining Force: Cross Elysion

Arcade - Released - March 15, 2012

Shining Force Cross Elysion is an an update to Shining Force Cross Raid.

Shining Force: Cross Raid

Shining Force: Cross Raid

Arcade - Released - 2011

Shining Force Cross Raid (シャイニング・フォース クロスレイド) is an update to Shining Force Cross. It was not ported to any home systems. CPU : Intel Pentium E2160 CPU @ 1.8 GHz Graphics : A “nVidia GPU” 384MB of GDDR3 RAM and supports Shader Model 4.0 and 2x 1920×1200 displays. Audio : 5.1 ch HD Audio Memory : 1GB de DDR2 PC2-6400 RAM Network : Onboard Gigabit LAN, Compatible ALL.Net Storage : 32GB SSD drive for storage Operating System : Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 2009

Sonic Championship

Sonic Championship

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1996

Sonic the Fighters, known as Sonic Championship on arcade versions in North America and Europe, is a fighting game developed by Sega AM2 for Sega's Model 2 arcade system. The game, which allows players to fight using characters from the Sonic the Hedgehog series, was released in arcades in Japan in May 1996 and North America in June 1996. The game was included in the compilation disc Sonic Gems Collection for PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube in 2005. A HD port for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network was released in November 2012.

Sonic Championship

Sonic Championship

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1996

Sonic the Fighters (ソニック・ザ・ファイターズ), originally released as Sonic Championship in North America and Europe, is a versus fighting game developed for Sega Model 2B CRX arcade hardware by Sega AM2. It was released in relatively small numbers across the world during 1996. To date, Sonic the Fighters is the only Sonic fighting game of its kind.

Sonic the Fighters

Sonic the Fighters

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - November 28, 2012

Join Sonic and friends in battle in this classic arcade game from AM2. Originally on consoles as part of the Sonic Gems collection, Sonic the Fighters is back with an all-new online mode, including both online versus and tournament play. In single player mode, choose from 10 playable characters and fight through 8 stages to stop Dr. Robotnik and Metal Sonic from unleashing the Death Egg II! Features include: True to its arcade form with all-new online modes, all 8 original characters and arenas, online versus mode for head-to-head matches, and an online room match mode for up to 6 players!

Tough Turf

Tough Turf

Sega System 16

Tough Turf (タフターフ) is a 1989 2D beat 'em up arcade game developed by Sunsoft and Sega. It was published by Sega in Japan and by Sunsoft of America in North America.

Turbo Out Run

Turbo Out Run

Arcade - Released - 1989

Turbo OutRun is an arcade sequel to OutRun released in 1989. Though not the first sequel to OutRun, Turbo OutRun is considered to be the first "true" sequel, having been built by a similar team at Sega AM2 with the arcades in mind. Turbo OutRun has the player make a journey across the United States of America, from New York to Los Angeles. It is a more linear game than its predecessor, offering no forks in the road and therefore less of an incentive to play the game again after completion.

Turbo Outrun (Mega-Tech)

Turbo Outrun (Mega-Tech)

Arcade

The Mega-Tech System is an arcade cabinet released by Sega in 1989, and Western counterpart to the Mega 6. It was based on the Sega Mega Drive home console, and was designed similarly to Nintendo's PlayChoice-10: players chose games from a menu of eight titles, with credits buying more play time (usually 1 minute per credit) rather than extra lives or continues; reaching a game over screen does not end the play session, and players can start over or choose a different game as long as there was some play time remaining. The Mega-Tech was not released in North America, though did see use in Asia...

Virtua Cop

Virtua Cop

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1994

Virtua Cop (バーチャコップ) is an arcade shooter game created by Sega AM2 for Sega Model 2 hardware in 1994. It is the first in the Virtua Cop series. It was one of the first light-gun games to take place in a 3D world, as the first light-gun shooter to use 3D polygons. Sega advertised it as the "world's first texture mapped, polygon action game".

Virtua Cop

Virtua Cop

Sega Saturn - Released - November 24, 1995

You're a cop. Putting your life on the line is your job. Staying alive is your challenge. Split second decision making, timing and lightning fast reflexes are what it takes in this adrenaline pumping game of cat and mouse. Dirt bags pop out of virtually every hiding place with their guns aimed, cocked and ready to shoot - you!

Virtua Cop

Virtua Cop

Arcade - January 1, 1994

Players assume the role of police officers in a first-person perspective and use a light gun to shoot criminals and advance through the game, with penalties for shooting civilians. The players could also shoot powerups that grants him a weapon or a life. The weapon is lost if the player is hit, but not if he shoots a civilian. Virtua Cop was notable for its use of polygonal graphics, which were subsequently used in both House of the Dead and Time Crisis, instead of the two dimensional sprites that were popular for previous games in the same genre. It is also notable for being one of the first...

Virtua Cop 2

Virtua Cop 2

Arcade - January 1, 1995

The game features three levels through which the player's movement is automated on a predetermined path. It is the player's job to shoot the criminals that appear before time runs out and they shoot back. Along the way there will be various objects in the background that can be broken if shot, some of which will reveal power ups afterwards. At the end of each level there is a boss battle, as well as one extra final boss battle after all three levels have been finished.

Virtua Cop 2

Virtua Cop 2

Windows - January 1, 1997

The game features three levels through which the player's movement is automated on a predetermined path. It is the player's job to shoot the criminals that appear before time runs out and they shoot back. Along the way there will be various objects in the background that can be broken if shot, some of which will reveal power ups afterwards. At the end of each level there is a boss battle, as well as one extra final boss battle after all three levels have been finished.

Virtua Cop 2

Virtua Cop 2

Arcade

Virtua Cop 2 is a light gun arcade game, released in 1995 and developed internally at Sega by their AM2 studio. It was ported to home systems on the Sega Saturn in 1996. It was released on PC in 1997 and Sega Dreamcast in 2000. It was later bundled with Virtua Cop in Virtua Cop: Elite Edition for PlayStation 2 in 2002.

Virtua Cop 2

Virtua Cop 2

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1995

Virtua Cop 2 (バーチャコップ2) is a light gun Sega Model 2A CRX game, released in 1995 and developed internally at Sega by their AM2 studio. It was ported to home systems on the Sega Saturn in 1996. It was released in PC in 1997 and Sega Dreamcast in 2000. It was later bundled with Virtua Cop in Virtua Cop: Elite Edition for PlayStation 2 in 2002.

Virtua Cop 2

Virtua Cop 2

Sega Saturn - Released - November 22, 1996

Virtua Cop 2 follows the same gameplay pattern of its predecessor. You are a police officer sent after criminals, from subways and a bank to aboard helicopters. The game moves you automatically, although you can find hiding places to shoot from a safe angle. Your main task is to aim and fire your weapon so as to take out the bad guys for points. Avoid the innocents, as shooting them costs you points. The enemies have tougher firepower than in the original.

Virtua Cop 3

Virtua Cop 3

Microsoft Xbox - Unreleased

A version of Virtua Cop 3 was planned for the original Xbox upon which the Chihiro arcade hardware was based. However, the game's release was cancelled reportedly due to the costs of having to release a light gun for the system especially for the game. Users have been able to get the game to run on existing Xbox hardware with some modifications. Through means of soft-modding and installing an additional 64MB of RAM (increasing the total in the machine to 128MB), the game will launch and run. However, the game will not work with any Xbox Lightgun. As the original arcade game works with infrared...

Virtua Cop: Elite Edition

Virtua Cop: Elite Edition

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 15, 2002

This is a compilation/deluxe edition of two light gun games by Sega. It includes "Virtua Cop" and "Virtua Cop 2" packed with bonus unlockable artwork. Known as "Virtua Cop: Re-Birth" in Japan, this game was released in Japan and Europe.

Virtua Fighter

Virtua Fighter

Sega Saturn - Released - November 22, 1994

Virtua Fighter was the first of it's kind: A one-on-one fighting game featuring fully 3D environments and characters. The fighters and arenas are rendered in flat-shaded polygons. Unlike many fighting games, Virtua Fighter focuses on deep gameplay based on actual fighting styles, rather than outrageous special moves and story lines. There are 8 fighters to choose from in Virtua Fighter, and an equal number of fighting backdrops in which to compete. Each fighter has a distinctive fighting style, and their own set of signature moves.

Virtua Fighter

Virtua Fighter

Sega Model 1 - Released - 1993

Virtua Fighter is a fighting game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega for Sega Model 1 arcade hardware in 1993. It is the first game in the Virtua Fighter series. It is often cited as being the first fully 3D fighting game released to the general public, and is a basis for almost all subsequent games in the genre. It was an influential game in the development of 3D polygon graphics, popularizing it among a wider audience (along with Virtua Racing), demonstrating 3D human character models effectively, with realistic movement and physics, creating the basic template for 3D fighting...

Virtua Fighter 2

Virtua Fighter 2

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1994

Virtua Fighter 2 (バーチャファイター2) is a fighting game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega as is the direct sequel to Virtua Fighter. It is, as the name suggests, the second game in the Virtua Fighter series, and was originally released for Sega Model 2A CRX arcade hardware in 1994. Virtua Fighter 2 was known for its breakthrough graphics and animation, rendering 3D characters and backgrounds with filtered texture mapping and introducing motion capture animation technology to the game industry.

Virtua Fighter 2

Virtua Fighter 2

Arcade - November 1, 1994

Virtua Fighter 2 is a fighting game developed by Sega. It is the sequel to Virtua Fighter and the second game in the Virtua Fighter series. It was created by the Sega's Yu Suzuki-headed AM2 and was released in the arcade in 1994. VF2 was known for breakthrough graphics at the time. It used Sega's Model 2 arcade hardware to run the game at 60 frames per second at a high resolution with no slowdown. The arena size could be adjusted up to a very small platform or all the way to 82 meters, which in the genre is considered very large; this is the only game in the series—other than Virtua Fighter...

Virtua Fighter 3

Virtua Fighter 3

Sega Model 3 - Released - 1996

Virtua Fighter 3 (バーチャファイター3) is the third entry in the Virtua Fighter series, and a direct sequel to Virtua Fighter 2. It was released in 1996 for Sega Model 3 Step 1.0 arcade hardware, as the first game to hit the system, followed by Scud Race.

Virtua Fighter 3 Team Battle

Sega Model 3 - Released - 1997

Virtua Fighter 3 (Japanese: バーチャファイター3, Hepburn: Bācha Faitā Surī) is the sequel to 1994's Virtua Fighter 2 and the third fighting game in the Virtua Fighter series, developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega in 1996. It was the first arcade game to run on the Sega Model 3 system board. The Team Battle release is an updated version of Virtua Fighter 3, featuring battles between teams of various fighters, one after another is defeated.

Virtua Fighter 3: Team Battle

Virtua Fighter 3: Team Battle

Arcade - Released - 1997

Virtua Fighter 3 (Japanese: バーチャファイター3, Hepburn: Bācha Faitā Surī) is the sequel to 1994's Virtua Fighter 2 and the third fighting game in the Virtua Fighter series, developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega in 1996. It was the first arcade game to run on the Sega Model 3 system board. The Team Battle release is an updated version of Virtua Fighter 3, featuring battles between teams of various fighters, one after another is defeated.

Virtua Fighter 4

Virtua Fighter 4

Arcade - 2001

A continuation of Sega's legendary 3-D fighter.

Virtua Fighter 4

Virtua Fighter 4

Sega Naomi 2 - Released - 2001

Virtua Fighter 4 (Japanese: バーチャファイター4, Hepburn: Bācha Faitā Fō) is a fighting game by Sega. It is the fourth game in the Virtua Fighter series.

Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution

Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution

Arcade - 2002

Evolution was an updated version of Virtua Fighter 4. The game introduced two new characters and adjusted every other character as well. The two new characters were the Judoka-assassin, Goh Hinogami and the Muay Thai boxer Brad Burns. With the addition of Brad Burns, Vanessa Lewis's alternate Muay Thai style from Virtua Fighter 4 was removed and replaced with a Vale Tudo "Offensive" style; making her a solely Vale Tudo brawler. All of the stages were adjusted. For example, Lei-Fei's stage in Virtua Fighter 4 previously took place during sunset, in Evolution it takes place during the...

Virtua Fighter 4 Final Tuned

Virtua Fighter 4 Final Tuned

Arcade - Released - July 1, 2004

Final Tuned is the final update to Virtua Fighter 4. This version of the game was released only into Japanese arcades, and it made some gameplay fixes and added new stages. Also, new customization items were added.

Virtua Fighter 4 Final Tuned

Virtua Fighter 4 Final Tuned

Sega Naomi 2 - Released - 2004

Final Tuned is the final update to Virtua Fighter 4. This version of the game was released only into Japanese arcades, and it made some gameplay fixes and added new stages. Also, new customization items were added.

Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution

Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution

Sega Naomi 2 - Released - 2002

Evolution was an updated version of Virtua Fighter 4. The game introduced two new characters and adjusted every other character as well. The two new characters were the Judoka-assassin, Goh Hinogami and the Muay Thai boxer Brad Burns. With the addition of Brad Burns, Vanessa Lewis's alternate Muay Thai style from Virtua Fighter 4 was removed and replaced with a Vale Tudo "Offensive" style; making her a solely Vale Tudo brawler. All of the stages were adjusted. For example, Lei-Fei's stage in Virtua Fighter 4 previously took place during sunset, in Evolution it takes place during the...

Virtua Fighter 5

Virtua Fighter 5

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - October 26, 2007

Virtua Fighter 5 features an all-star cast of 17 fighters, including characters from the previous iterations along with two new characters named El Blaze and Eileen. El Blaze is a Mexican fighting champion who defeats opponents with his quick Lucha Libre fighting style. Eileen, originally from China, uses a Monkey Kung-Fu fighting style that she learned from her grandfather, a former Kung-Fu master. Players are able to customize their characters by selecting from four uniquely patterned costumes and a wide range of attachable items that can be placed onto each fighter’s various body parts....

Virtua Fighter 5

Virtua Fighter 5

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - February 20, 2007

Virtua Fighter 5 features an all-star cast of 17 fighters, including characters from the previous iterations along with two new characters named El Blaze and Eileen. El Blaze is a Mexican fighting champion who defeats opponents with his quick Lucha Libre fighting style. Eileen, originally from China, uses a Monkey Kung-Fu fighting style that she learned from her grandfather, a former Kung-Fu master. Players are able to customize their characters by selecting from four uniquely patterned costumes and a wide range of attachable items that can be placed onto each fighter’s various body parts....

Virtua Fighter 5

Virtua Fighter 5

Arcade - Released - July 12, 2006

Virtua Fighter 5 (Japanese: バーチャファイター5 Hepburn: Bācha Faitā Faibu) is the fifth and final installment in Sega's Virtua Fighter series of arcade fighting games. The original version was released on the Sega Lindbergh arcade system board. The first location tests took place on November 26, 2005 [11] leading to the official release on July 12, 2006 in Japanese arcades. An export version, based on Version B, was released to arcades outside of Japan in February 2007. The revised Version B update was released in Japanese arcades in December 2006[12] and was ported to the PlayStation 3, for which...

Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown

Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - June 5, 2012

Definitive version of the Virtua Fighter 5 series that incorporates all the enhancements SEGA has rolled out since 2007 and introduces a new character: Taka-Arashi, returning from Virtua Fighter 3 and a karate expert Jean Kujo makes his debut in this gang of 19 playable characters. Its fighting mechanics were overhauled making Final Showdown more accessible to new players while retaining the trademark depth and balance of the game. Final Showdown introduces new stage arenas and interactive environments. In the new Online Mode you can challenge a friend to a Ranked Match or Player Match or play...

Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown

Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown

Arcade - Released - July 29, 2010

Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown is the last update to Virtua Fighter 5. It includes all of the new additions in Virtua Fighter 5 R, such as the new character Jean Kujo and the return of Taka-Arashi, as well as new stages, costumes, and animations. It was released to Japanese arcades on July 29th 2010, and was released as a downloadable title for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in June 2012.

Virtua Fighter 5 R

Virtua Fighter 5 R

Arcade - Released - July 24, 2008

Virtua Fighter 5 R was an update to Virtua Fighter 5, released on July 24th 2008 to Japanese arcades. This revision featured brand new stages and a new character named Jean Kujo, who practices Karate. Also included was the return of the sumo wrestler Taka-Arashi from Virtua Fighter 3, which brought the fighter count up to twenty (counting Dural). As well as introducing two new characters, all existing characters from Virtua Fighter 5 have been tweaked, given new moves, pre-fight animations, win animations and customizations. A new "Side-Block" feature had been added to the gameplay to allow...

Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol. 1: Sarah Bryant

Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol. 1: Sarah Bryant

Sega Saturn - Released - October 13, 1995

Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.1 Sarah Bryant (バーチャファイター CGポートレートシリーズVol.1 サラ・ブライアント) is a digital museum of Virtua Fighter 2 artwork for the Sega Saturn.

Virtua Fighter Kids

Virtua Fighter Kids

Sega ST-V - Released - 1996

Virtua Fighter Kids (バーチャファイター キッズ) is a spin-off of the Virtua Fighter series. It was released for Sega Titan Video arcade hardware in 1996 before being ported to the Sega Saturn. Virtua Fighter Kids is a roughly 20% faster and in some cases simpler version of Virtua Fighter 2 with super-deformed characters. All characters were left the same, but the difference is that they are no longer adults but kids with traditional anime huge heads and short arms and legs. A variety of new features has been added to increase the gameplay such as the ability to program specified moves for each character...

Virtua Racing

Virtua Racing

Sega Model 1 - Released - 1992

Virtua Racing is an arcade racing game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega in 1992. Virtua Racing was the first game released for the Sega Model 1 arcade platform, and also the first to use the name "Virtua" in its title (something which would be followed by numerous Sega arcade games, including Virtua Fighter, Virtua Cop and Virtua Tennis. It was a milestone in 3D graphics and the racing genre, and acts as a foundation for most modern racing games. It was ported to the Mega Drive (with the Sega Virtua Processor chip on the cartridge), 32X, and Saturn.

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