Nintendo Game Boy - Released - May 28, 1993
Race a race car through 18 different levels as you compete with other racers. Race against a friend and upgrade your car as you win money from racing. Check the weather before a race to see if you need to put rain tires on your car, and see what advice there is in the course description. Race through tunnels and around sharp curves and tricky twists in the track's and try to be #1!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 20, 1992
America Oudan Ultra Quiz is a quiz game that follows the formula of the TV game show Ultra Quiz, which originated in the UK and was adapted by broadcasters across the globe. A large number of contestants are whittled down to a small number through a series of elimination challenges, most of which require answering general knowledge questions, in a manner similar to 1 vs. 100. In America Oudan Ultra Quiz, the player can select the name and gender of their character and take part in the quiz with many NPCs.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 28, 1994
Bakutou Dodgers is a Japan-only action game for up to four players. It superficially resembles Hudson's Bomberman series, with its top-down grid stages and chaotic gameplay, but rather than leaving bombs and waiting for them to explode, the player can shoot energy at blocks and each other. The goal is to sneak up behind the opponent and shoot them before they can reciprocate. Various power-ups may appear after destructible blocks are removed, which can give the player an edge or, in the case of the ? icon, a possible random negative effect like reversed controls. There are also wandering...
Nintendo 64 - Released - December 26, 1998
Big Mountain 2000 is a wintersports game where you can choose to race downhill with either a snowboard or skis. There are various characters to choose from, each of them with different skills. Three game modes are available in total, in which free ride, slalom and giant slalom can be chosen as track styles; game modes include championship, time attack and also a battle mode for multiplayer challenges.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 30, 1994
Bike Daisuki! Hashiriya Tamashii: Rider's Spirits is an arcade minibike racer very alike to Super Mario Kart, that uses the same game engine and utilizes similar gameplay. There are five courses and four modes to race in: Grand Prix, Chicken Run, Time Trial, Endurance. Player can choose from 8 playable characters, each with their own statistics and appearance. Many various obstacles, acceleration-pads, jump-pads, zones with power-ups are presented on tracks. Two-player split-screen mode is also available. One of the screens serves a rear-view mirror purpose in the single-player mode.
3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - November 1, 1994
A high-quality, 3-D animation shooting game that takes you right into a future space battle. The TV screen becomes your cockpit! You are the ace pilot of Earth Defense Force. The blood-chilling battle you will experience aboard Strike fighter, EDF's state-of-the-art fighter unit will be one of the most challenging missions you have ever known. Smooth, fully automated navigation lets you focus on combat! Strike fighter chooses its course of flight, so that the pilot can fully focus on combat. Over 40.000 computer graphics create a super-real screen image! The scenery zips by. The...
Nintendo 64 - Released - December 20, 1996
Chou Kuukan Night: Pro Yakyuu King is a baseball game with anime graphics. The featured teams are from the Japanese professional league. The two main playing modes are exhibition matches, with a number of options to set (e.g. number of players or the field type), and playing a whole season including an athlete trade option. Each athlete has a number of statistics which influence his performance on the field. Those statistics can be improved by using an athlete in the practice mode. Here the player trains in different baseball activities (batting, catching, out-fielding, pitching and...
Nintendo 64 - Released - March 19, 1999
Chou Kuukan Night: Pro Yakyuu King 2 is a baseball game for the Nintendo 64. It was released only in Japan in 1999 and has a prequel, Chou Kuukan Night: Pro Yakyuu King.
Sony PSP - Released - December 22, 2005
The game takes place on a battlefield of hexagons. The player must assemble an army of up to 50 units with limited funds available, and should capture cities and factories to increase its coffers. A mission can be won if the player captures the enemy capital, wipes out all enemy units, or eliminates all enemy forces and destroys or captures their factory. The units are real-life versions of existing military hardware from several nations. Through combat experience, the player can unlock two more versions of a certain unit (such as the American AH-64 Apache being upgraded to Longbow Block II...
Sony PSP - Released - December 14, 2006
Daisenryaku Portable 2 is a Strategy game, developed and published by Genki, which was released in Japan in 2006.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 24, 2005
In feudal Japan, different clans are waging wars against each other. All of a sudden, demons spawn around the country and add to the chaos. In Demon Chaos, the player takes control of Inugami, the embodiment of the god of war, to cleanse the lands of the demons. This title is a 3rd person hack and slay action game. Inugami can use a combination of various attacks to get rid of the demon hordes, of which there are plenty in Demon Chaos. In most missions, there are friendly armies fighting along side the protagonist that have to be protected. The player can give the armies a rudimentary...
Sega Game Gear - Released - March 29, 1991
A prince and princess were in love with each other until a jealous demon turned the happy couple into a set of stone paddles; resembling that of the pinball kind.Suddenly, a ball came into existence that could use the prince and princess in order to defeat the demons that now rule over the kingdom. Players have to use two paddles; the upper one is used to defeat demons while the lower one helps to prevent the player from dropping to its demise at the bottom of the board. By defeating bad guys and smashing through breakable blocks, the player advances towards the boss of each level. Resembling...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - February 24, 1995
A behind-the-car driving game exclusive. Named after and endorsed by Keiichi "Drift King" Tsuchiya, and the title refers to the Shuto Expressway near Tokyo upon which most of the races take place. Players select a car and customize it before taking it to the track to race against other street racing enthusiasts. The game maintains a split-screen regardless of whether or not a second player is involved; on single-player, the top screen's camera stays on the starting line. The game is the sequel to Drift King Shutouku Battle '94. Genki would continue the Shutokou Battle series beyond the...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 27, 1994
A racing game with stock cars and multiple modes. The game strongly emphasizes manual gear shifting, requiring that the player switch up and down gears with the trigger buttons to increase or decrease speeds. The game features the real-life "Drift King" Keichii Tsuchiya and is based on illegal street racing down Tokyo's Shuto Expressway. Drift King Shutokou Battle '94 is the first of many Shutokou Battle racing games. Future entries would be localized for the US (as Tokyo Xtreme Racer) and Europe (as Tokyo Highway Challenge).
Nintendo 64 - Released - August 27, 1999
Enter the arena and do battle with the toughest, most skilled martial arts experts on the planet. As one of the international fighting elite, you'll vie to become the true authority of hand-to-hand combat. Your destiny awaits. Defeat any of your 11 opponents and gain their abilities. Launch 5 different modes of attack, from Training to Record Attack. Adjust scoring, ring sizes and difficulty settings. Compete in points-based martial arts tournaments. Force your opponent to relive defeat in instant replay. Gain new abilities and skills when you face the Master in the Fighter's Arena.
Nintendo 64 - Released - January 27, 1998
Defeat the Masters of the Fight in a head-on bout of power and skill. Fighters Destiny demands everything you have, everything you are and throws it right back at you in truly amazing, unstoppable 3D action. Prepare to fight every step of the way as you master the moves and unlock the secrets to fulfill your ultimate destiny!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 12, 1993
Based on the 1993 Formula One Season, Final Stretch features a GP, 1P VS 2P, and Time Attack modes. In GP mode the player can choose either beginner or expert which have many differences. At beginner any team can be chosen and the player will start all races without having to qualify. There's no machine setting, and one other difference is that during the actual race the vehicles do not collide with each other. In the expert one, there's the qualifying session consisting of nine laps. It is also possible to save data, among other differences. Only a single player is allowed to compete in the...
Sega Saturn - Released - November 22, 1996
FIST (フィスト) is a 1996 fighting game by Imagineer and Genki released for the PlayStation and Sega Saturn, and is the sequel to Seifuku Densetsu Pretty Fighter, as it takes the graphical shift from 2D to 3D. Like its predecessor, this game is also features an all-female cast of fighters, except that in addition to an all-female cast, this game also includes two male fighters.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 25, 1993
The ultimate goal of a GP Rider is to race against the best riders on the most challenging courses found throughout the world. A GP Rider must invest in the best equipment to gain a competitive edge and take his riding abilities to the limit! In GP-1 you will race on 13 different courses found in 12 different countries, win races and increase your world ranking, use money winnings to build the ultimate sup bike, and even pick a mechanic whose specialized skills match those of your riding style! you too can be a world class grand prix racer!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 18, 1994
Get Ready For Some High-Speed Action And Excitement At Home With The World Class Grand Prix Motorcycle Race. Every motorcycle racer's dream is to beat the world's best riders on the most challenging world-class circuits. In GP-1 Part II, you race on 17 courses in 14 countries across the world. As you earn points, you can now upgrade to better bikes with better racing teams. Admiring fans will want your autograph and rivals will want to test your mettle. Challenge your riding skills and show you are a world class Grand Prix racer!!
Sega Saturn - Released - June 25, 1998
Initial D: Koudou Saisoku Densetsu (頭文字Ｄ 公道最速伝説) is a 1998 racing game for the Sega Saturn tying into the Initial D media franchise. It was the only game in the franchise released on a Sega system; Sega themselves would later license the franchise for an on-going series of arcade and console games. Initial D, a popular long running manga series, has spawned not only an equally popular anime series and a live-action movie adaptation, but several video games over the years. The series' first appearance on home consoles occurred in 1998, with the release of Initial D for PlayStation and Sega...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 18, 2001
Presenting a combination of monster breeding and RPG elements, Jade Cocoon 2 expands upon Genki's original title in a number of significant ways. Gameplay comprises a familiar mix of storytelling and monster raising, with significant tweaks implemented for good measure. The town acts as your base of operations and it's here you can stock up on supplies, or take jobs for which you can earn money and build a reputation. The latter proves vital as it's directly related to the number of monsters you can use in battle. The successful completion of certain tests rewards you with the ability to...
Sony Playstation - Released - July 29, 1999
Jade Cocoon is the story of Levant, a young man who lives in the town of Syrus. You guide the silent protagonist on his quest to follow in his presumably dead father's footsteps to become a cocoon master. To do this, he must marry a Na'gi woman, and is betrothed to a girl named Mahbu (voiced by Michelle Ruff). On the day of a large festival in Syrus, the village is attacked by demons known as the Onibubu, which cause many villagers to fall into a deep slumber. An elderly Nagi woman, Garai, repels the Onibubu using Nagi magic before their curse affects everyone.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 18, 2005
Kaido Racer is a fast-paced racing title that faithfully recreates highly dangerous courses from some of Japan's most famous mountain regions. Each race is fought against a number of computer-controlled drivers (or a friend in two-player mode), and mixes official daytime tournaments with more lucrative night-time events. Kaido features four 'Battle' events that you must master in order to earn enough cash to upgrade your vehicle. In 'SP Battle', you must keep a special gauge as full as possible by staying in the lead and driving aggressively; 'CA Battle' rewards masterful drifting; 'FL/LF...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 22, 2004
Kengo 3 is a Japanese sword action jidai geki game, developed by Genki. Features include six different weapons and a a changing day/night system that divides each day into morning, noon, evening, and night, complete with different events for each time period. The first game in the series was released in the west as Kengo: Master of Bushido by Crave Entertainment, while the sequel, known as Kengo: Master of Bushido only made it out in Japan and Europe (the PAL version was called Sword of the Samurai).
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - September 11, 2007
In feudal Japan, it was kill or be killed for the samurai. Kengo: Legend of the 9 lets you battle as one of nine famous samurai warriors while mastering expert techniques to gain an advantage over your foes. Become a Kengo Master as you fight your way through lush, high-definition Japanese environments.
Sony Playstation - Released - January 27, 1997
Deep beneath the South Pole permafrost, a crazed scientist has unearthed an ancient DNA code, dormant for over 2,000,000,000 years. Is this the discovery of the "ultimate evolution"? Or does he now hold the damnation of mankind in his grasp? Only YOU can stop him. * A REAL-TIME shooter where minutes are too long, hours not enough! In-future-tense! * Amazing 1st person view. You ARE a one-man assault squad. * An arsenal of weapons, ammunition and armor. Have you been doing your push-ups? * Robot assassins with even more advanced A.I. than the military's most powerful computers. * Secret...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 31, 1992
ONLY THE MONSTERS WILL SURVIVE. The Universe has turned, and Man is no longer master of the Earth. The Era of the Super Monster has arrived. Each monsters is cruel and vicious, but who is the strongest Super Monster of all? Only through battle will this be known, as Cities are smashed and Mankind quakes with fear. Become one of four Super Monsters, and challenge the rest to combat. Fight with massive force and use special powers to defeat Monster and human foes alike. Avoid the human's military might and smash their tanks and planes or use them as bludgeons against your fellow Monsters....
Nintendo DS - Released - April 26, 2007
Korede Haji o Kakanai: Ashita Tsukaeru DS Business Manner is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Genki, which was released in Japan in 2007.
Nintendo DS - Released - June 4, 2009
Manepa 1000-Mannin no FX Training is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Genki, which was released in Japan in 2009.
Nintendo DS - Released - September 16, 2010
Manepa 1000-Bannin no FX Training: Leverage Kisei Taiouban is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Genki, which was released in Japan in 2010.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1994
Speed and glory. That's the goal of Indy Car racing-to travel faster, with more control and to win more races than the competition. Hot Mode-7 graphics ignite this game with horsepower beyond any player's wildest dreams. Play in one-player mode and race against the computer or challenge a friend for exciting two-player action. You may need help getting through the 16 tracks unscathed, however. Who better to learn from than Indy Car champion, Michael Andretti? Michael offers advice for every track on the circuit plus helpful hints on how to handle the car. It just doesn't get any faster than...
Nintendo 64 - Released - July 18, 1997
Featuring up to 10 chooseable cars (many which open up later in the game), and three courses (plus mirror courses), Multi Racing Championship's biggest draw is the splendidly realistic feel of the cars themselves and the well designed courses on which they drive. The cars range from 4X4s, trucks, and off-road racers to slick street cars, Lamborghinis and the like. While initially it may seem like there is a deficit of courses, in fact, the multi-terrain courses contain mini-courses within each one. For instance, at least three times in each course, you will have the choice to take two...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 21, 2001
In the game's Story Mode, players play Napoleon Bonaparte who leads the revolutionary army into battle against the British. Set in the late 18th century, Napoleon's story is told in Fire Emblem fashion via strategic maps and character dialogue. However, the game takes many liberties with historical accuracy, such as Napoleon fighting man-eating ogres and abominable snowmen. The objectives for the missions vary slightly, but the basic idea is to send out units, defeat the enemy and take over the opponent's stronghold.
Microsoft Xbox - November 11, 2001
In the wake of massive air pollution and economic disaster in Tokyo, Japan has relocated its capital. Old Tokyo has become the battleground for a new breed of public entertainment called Rumbling. Observing from a massive airborne viewing station, spectators watch Scoobees battle to the death. More than just high-speed, heavily armed Mechs, Scoobees have an unprecedented stealth capability, turning invisible at will for brief periods of time. The stakes are high. The enemies are ruthless. The action is intense. Are you ready to rumble.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 26, 2005
Combining elements from Genki's popular Kaido and Shutokou Battle series, Racing Battle: C1 Grand Prix is the next step in a long line of high-speed Japanese driving titles. Making use of its heavily modified cars, C1 Grand Prix enables players to customize their ride down to the smallest detail and also supports closed-circuit races for as many as six opponents at once. The Lancer Evolution VII, Aqua NSX, and GRP S20000 are just a few of the several licensed cars players can expect to race with, while actual Japanese courses, like the Tokyo Expressway add another drop of realism.
Nintendo 64 - Released - August 6, 1999
RALLY CHALLENGE 2000 takes you on a scorching tour around the world. Get behind the wheel of one of nine authentic WRC cars, each with its own unique settings for speed, torque and steering. Experience road rage of global proportions. Nasty weather and wicked terrain make even straightaways life-threatening. Go it alone or head-to-head with up to four players. Check out instant replay of all the action from multiple angles. Keep your road rage in check - collision damage could put you on the sidelines.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 1, 1993
Grab your helmet, strap yourself in and get ready to burn some serious rubber! Redline: F-1 Racer turns your Super NES into a high-performance Formula One race car and hurls you down the track at mind-numbing turbocharged speeds! Pitted against the best drivers in the sport, you..!! compete on 16 of the most perilous and challenging courses on the international brand Prix circuit! But first you..!! have to design your own precision-crafted F-1 racer from the ground up. You'll have your pick of top-of-the-line tires and brakes, high-tech suspension systems and sleek chassis—carefully molding...
3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - January 1, 1995
Scramble Cobra is a 3-D helicopter action game, where the player takes command of a Cobra helicopter gunship, flying through various battlefields, using their Vulcan machine guns and hydra rockets to destroy enemy tanks, helicopters and other assorted units. There are ten missions in all to play through. The player has to complete each mission in an allotted amount of time. The missions mainly consist of search and destroy objectives. It also has live-action videos to tell the story and is played from the view of the helicopters cockpit.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 2, 1994
8 beautiful fighters must compete against one another to prove that they are indeed the most beautiful warrior in the world. Do you have what it takes to defeat the challenger?
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 28, 1992
The ancient fascination of Mahjong meets the cutting edge of video games in the most captivating strategy game to challenge the Western world - Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye. Calculate your moves! Beware the art of maneuver. An intricate ever-changing layout of ancient tiles marked with mysteriously eye-catching designs challenges your every move. Think before you make your move - it could be your last. Clear the board! Snap off matching pairs until the board is empty. Looks simple enough... but looks can be deceiving. The next tile you need may be buried five deep. Choose from 13 deceptively...
Sega Saturn - Released - February 28, 1997
Shutokou Battle '97: Tsuchiya Keiichi & Bandou Masaaki (首都高バトル’９７) is a racing game for the PlayStation and Sega Saturn. The Saturn version was only released in Japan; the PlayStation version was released as Tokyo Highway Battle overseas. One of the earliest in the Shutokou Battle series, where the player took control of 12 different cars and 60 different parts and upgrades available to choose from. There are a variety of tracks to choose from, all recreated to resemble actual Tokyo roads and highways and featured the "Drift" button that allowed the player to take a turn faster. Players...
Nintendo 64 - Released - January 30, 1998
A Japan-only release of SimCity 2000 for the Nintendo 64. This version has some additional features, mainly mini-games, a dating game, TV to replace the newspaper, horse races and monster breeding, among others, all of them in 3D. A few new "natural" disasters are also included, most of them being giant monster attacks (players are able to use their monster to fight against them).
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 29, 1993
A mecha game featuring simulation style shooting gameplay. It is based on the Armored Trooper Votoms anime, and is the fourth game adaptation of the franchise (though the first for the Super Famicom) and features multiple characters and ATs (Armored Troopers) from the anime.The game uses the Super Famicom's Mode 7 to present a 3D environment that the player's mech walks around in while taking down enemies by using the radar.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 27, 2002
Released for the PlayStation 2 as Kengo in Japan by Genki on December 14, 2000 and as Kengo: Master of Bushido in North America and Europe on January 3, 2001 and March 30, 2001 respectively by Crave Entertainment. It was universally panned as a "disappointment", mostly blasted in sharp comparison to the Bushido Blade titles. While Kengo's graphics are sub-par for PlayStation 2, Kengo possesses some unique gameplay features. Although they evolved from Light Weight's previous Bushido Blade titles, their depth are the strongest factor of this title. There is only one button for attack and...
Nintendo DS - Released - January 24, 2008
Nintendo DS - Released - December 18, 2008
Takahashi Shoten Kanshuu: Saihinshutsu! SPI Perfect Mondaishuu DS 2010 Nendohan is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Genki, which was released in Japan in 2008.
Nintendo DS - Released - November 25, 2010
Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 31, 1999
Tokyo Xtreme Racer, known as Shutokō Battle (首都高バトル) in Japan and Tokyo Highway Challenge in Europe, is a racing video game for the Sega Dreamcast. Released in 1999 as one of the console's launch titles, the game was one of the first mission-based racing games. The gameplay involves the player challenging other drivers on the Shuto Expressway in order to gain money to modify and enhance his or her car. The game features a wide variety of Japanese cars and tuning parts to purchase as the player progresses through rivals. When released in Japan, Shutokō Battle was one of the best selling...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 1, 2000
Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2, known as Shutokō Battle 2 (首都高バトル 2) in Japan and Tokyo Highway Challenge 2 in Europe, is the sequel to Tokyo Xtreme Racer, which is also on the Sega Dreamcast. Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 has been enhanced with better sound quality and graphics over its predecessor. The game managed to produce two more sequels. It is the last game in the series that was produced for Sega Dreamcast. Some of the game's mechanics were implemented into Daytona USA 2001.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 18, 2003
Tokyo Xtreme Racer 3 improves over its 2001 racing predecessor Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero through new highways, new cars and a new graphics engine. The gameplay remains the same, as the player has to find his rivals on the highways and challenge them to a battle. In this edition there are over 600 rivals to beat on three different highways including Tokyo, and two newcomers: Osaka and Nagoya. It also contains a number of licensed cars, new to the series.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 27, 2003
This fifth installment in the Tokyo Xtreme series, focuses more on the "drifting" style of racing and has two different distinctive challenges of racing included in the game. Players can race professionally during day races, earning money to upgrade their cars and try to get the big sponsorships. During night races, players can race for pride, along with the ability to bet money and even car parts. Players will race in the scenic mountains of Japan, in real life courses on uphill and downhill races and even during varying weather and seasonal conditions, effecting the handling of the cars...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 28, 2005
The mountains of Japan are calling - and so are your racing rivals. With the mysterious disappearance of the reigning champion, the tournament crown is suddenly up for grabs. Many will vie, only one can win. Do you have what it takes to race, grind and drift your way to the ultimate racing prize? Race in the dangerous mountains of Japan - Hakone, Niko, Haruna and Akagi - all faithfully recreated using the most advanced laser techniques to maintain every tight twist and hazardous turn. Enter your car in legal races held during the day for money - enter the underground races at night to defeat...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - May 28, 2001
Tokyo Xtreme Racer is a one or two player racing game based on illegal street racing around the streets of Tokyo. The game starts by giving the player $15000 so that they can buy their car. There are three types of car; Class A has the most powerful engines; Class B has mid range engines but are better balanced; and Class C cars lack power but have better handling. Needless to say the cash the payer starts with is sufficient for the lower cars in each group, players need to win cash if they are to upgrade. After the car has been selected the player enters their name and customises their...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 27, 1998
Virtua Fighter 3tb (Team Battle) is a port of the arcade game Virtua Fighter 3 to the Dreamcast. The "tb" adds a team battle mode which was not present in the coin-op. For those that do not know, the Virtua Fighter series is your classic beat-em-up, with a bunch of characters all trying to kick, punch, throw and body slam the bejesus out of each other. Each of the characters has over a hundred possible moves and the game plays very faithfully to the original. The game features interesting arena to fight in which are more like real locations in they are not flat and some parts can be broken...
Sega Saturn - Released - August 30, 1996
Never dreamed having an expansive sportscar and an amazing babe at your side? If so this game is for you. Get the car and maybe the babe will come if you are good enough. And maybe she will let you see a little more of her... Depending on you...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 27, 2002
Wangan Midnight is an arcade racing game that allows players to challenge each other during a one-player race. Cars range across several popular manufactures including Subaru, Mitsubishi, Nissan and more. There are three game modes including Story mode, Time Attack mode and Versus mode. Wangan Midnight divides the the mammoth Metropolitan Expressway in Tokyo into eight tracks and as the player cruises the expressway they will encounter rivals or be challenged by other players.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - July 5, 2007
Basic game modes are the Story Mode that follows the manga's plot according to the main characters point of view. The Time Attack Mode is based on time trials, and the Free Run Mode allows the user to drive the Shuto Expressway selecting his starting points without racing, and can drive anywhere on the Shuto Expressway. The One Match Mode is made for head-to-head quick games against the characters. Wangan Connection is the online game mode that allows people to create, host and join online games with up to three other players. Through the game's progression, the user can unlock two extra...
Sony PSP - Released - September 27, 2007
Wangan Midnight on PSP is a car racing game inspired by a Japanese manga. You play as a young man fan of cars including Nissan Z series. Participate in night races against powerful opponents and you will get rewards that allow you to boost your racing car as you see fit.
Nintendo DS - Released - July 19, 2007
Zenmai Zamurai is an Action game, developed and published by Genki, which was released in Japan in 2007.