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Aero Elite: Combat Academy

Aero Elite: Combat Academy

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 10, 2002

Aero Elite: Combat Academy is the fourth game in the AeroWing series and is considered a true flight sim game as the planes react as their real world counterparts. There are 60 authentic aircraft to pilot including the Harrier, A-10 Warthog, the Mirage 2000 and the infamous Mig 29 along with helicopters as well. There are 12 different missions areas that are used and features the new "Scramble Mode" where the player is instructed to intercept a random intruder and identify and land or attack if instructed. There are multiple missions to participate in including interceptions of enemy squadrons...

Beach Spikers

Beach Spikers

Arcade - Released - 2001

Beach Spikers was produced by Sega in 2002. Beach Spikers is an action beach volleyball game for one to four players. Several modes of gameplay are included: arcade (a conversion of the arcade game), world tour (the player creates a team, develops a relationship with their partner to increase her ability, and aims to be the world champs), vs mode (play against other players or the cpu) and a tutorial mode. Several mini-games are also featured, such as beach countdown where teams play volleyball with a bomb and hope it doesn't explode on their side of the net, and beach flags where the...

Champion Boxing

Champion Boxing

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984

Champion Boxing (チャンピオンボクシング, "Boxing Champion") is a 1984 boxing sports video game developed and published by Sega for the Sega SG-1000, and later ported to the arcades, only in Japan and Europe. It was Sega-AM2 founder and leader Yu Suzuki's debut creation, as well as that of AM7's Rieko Kodama. In 1985, a successor of Champion Boxing titled Champion Pro Wrestling was released in the arcades, and ported to the SG-1000 and the MSX home computer the same year. However, this is a professional wrestling game instead of a boxing game.

Charge 'n Blast

Charge 'n Blast

Sega Dreamcast - February 7, 2001

Charge 'N Blast is a shooting game where you play as one of three marines who have to rid the earth of alien scum. The gameplay is similar to Cabal, you move left and right dodging enemies while charging up you weapons to blast them away. There are three different marines you can choose from, each with their own set of weapons. As usual there is the balanced character (Johnny Rock), a weaker but faster one (Pamela Hewitt) and a slower but stronger one (Nicholas Woods). You can choose to play in one player mode, time attack or two player mode. The missions are broken up into small areas...

Digital Dance Mix Vol. 1 Namie Amuro

Digital Dance Mix Vol. 1 Namie Amuro

Sega Saturn - Released - January 10, 1997

Digital Dance Mix is a rhythm based game featuring songs by Namie Amuro, a j-pop singer. There are three different features this game includes. Digital Dance is focused on stage dancing where the player has full control of the camera and can select the song, a costume for the 3D character modeled after Namie Amuro, and the stage and background where the character will be dancing. Sing It focuses on singing part featuring the same songs where the player needs to match lyrics with the song. The setup for character and stage works the same way as in Digital Dance. The third and last thing on...

Fighting Vipers

Fighting Vipers

Arcade - Released - November 1, 1995

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!

Shinseiki Evangelion

Shinseiki Evangelion

Sega Saturn - Released - March 1, 1996

A Japan-only release of a Neon Genesis Evangelion episode in the form of a video game. Following the story of the popular animé series, the game presents an episode of its own. The player controls Shinji Ikari, the main character of the series. A new Angel appears and attacks Unit-01. As a result, Shinji loses his memory. His friends decide he should fight Asuka in Unit-02, hoping his memory will be restored as a result of the battles. The game contains many cut-scenes made by Gainax, the creators of the TV series. Many scenes are taken directly from original Neon Genesis Evangelion...

Shinseiki Evangelion: 2nd Impression

Shinseiki Evangelion: 2nd Impression

Sega Saturn - Released - March 7, 1997

This is the second Neon Genesis Evangelion "interactive animé" for Saturn. The events of the game take place just after Episode 14 of the TV series. A new girl called Magumi arrives to the school where the hero of the series Shinji Ikari studies. The two start developing feelings for each other, when a new Angel attacks. The player controls Shinji through series of decisions (there are now three or four choices each time, as opposed to the prior game that had only two, and a branching story line) and through the fights. Much of the movie footage depicting combat is presented in 3D. The player...

Turbo Out Run

Turbo Out Run

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

The sequel to OutRun features similar basic gameplay to the original, with the action viewed from behind the car, and the challenge being to complete each stage within the time limit. Contact can cause the car to spin, slow down or even flip; in each case you will lose time. There are 16 stages set across the US, gradually moving from east to west, all depicted differently visually. After every 4 levels, you go into a shop screen, with a choice of upgrades. As the title implies, you now have a turbo booster installed, which speeds up the car, although over-use can cause the engine to...

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