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Angel Paradise Vol. 1: Sakaki Yuko: Koi no Yokan in Hollywood

Angel Paradise Vol. 1: Sakaki Yuko: Koi no Yokan in Hollywood

Sega Saturn - Released - April 19, 1996

Angel Paradise Vol. 1: Sakaki Yuko: Koi no Yokan in Hollywood (エンジェルパラダイスVol.1 坂木優子 恋の予感 in Hollywood) is a moving puzzle game for the Sega Saturn.

Battle Monsters

Battle Monsters

Sega Saturn - Released - June 2, 1995

Try to gain control of the underworld in Battle Monsters. You must choose from a variety of monsters, and then enter one-on-one combat. Twelve characters are available (from a human/bird hybrid to a headless creature) with each having its own set of special moves, like juggling opponents in the air, and pit monster against monster. Fight through several different places where each level's background is made up of multiple levels, allowing combatants to jump from one platform to another with two attack buttons and two jump buttons controlling the action.

Dinosaur Hunting

Dinosaur Hunting

Microsoft Xbox - Released - September 18, 2003

Released in Japan in September of 2003, Dinosaur Hunting was developed by Scarab and published by Microsoft Game Studios. It was in translation for a U.S. release in 2004 when publisher Metro3D folded. Review code, box art and screenshots were all distributed in the U.S. and several magazines had reviews ready to go but the game was never released in the U.S. Dinosaur Hunting is a third-person adventure/hunting game with an emphasis on tranquilizing dinosaurs with the perfectly balanced formula. To get these formulas you’ll examine clues like footprints, downed trees, and -- most frequently...

Giant Gram 2000: All Japan Pro Wrestling 3

Giant Gram 2000: All Japan Pro Wrestling 3

Sega Dreamcast - August 10, 2000

Giant Gram 2000 is the sequel to Giant Gram: All Japan Pro Wrestling 2. The roster of wrestlers has been greatly increased, now including more of the All Japan roster and even some legendary pro wrestling figures from Japan and the US like Rikidozan, Bruno Sammartino, and Bruiser Brody. The control has been tightened, it's not as easy to block every strike your opponent throws now, likewise you have to be a bit more precise with your commands when attempting moves. There's a greater number of double team moves, and the Burning system has been overhauled.

Giant Gram: All Japan Pro Wrestling 2

Giant Gram: All Japan Pro Wrestling 2

Sega Dreamcast - Released - June 24, 1999

Giant Gram is the sequel to the ST-V/Saturn "puroresu" title "All Japan Pro Wrestling Featuring Virtua". Both titles feature AJPW superstars, as well as Virtua Fighter characters. Japanese "puroresu" is all about fighting spirit and appeal. Gimmicks and soap opera theatrics do not get you "over" the way they do in the US of A. It's all about ability, athleticism, and sportsmanship.

Godzilla: Rettou Shinkan

Godzilla: Rettou Shinkan

Sega Saturn - Released - December 22, 1995

Your task is to play as the commander defending Japan from Godzilla attacks by using a typical selection of arsenal at your disposal. Have you got what it takes against the king of all monsters?

Kidou Senkan Nadesico: The Blank of 3 Years

Kidou Senkan Nadesico: The Blank of 3 Years

Sega Saturn - Released - September 23, 1998

Kidou Senkan Nadesico: The Blank of 3 Years (機動戦艦ナデシコ The blank of 3 years) is an adventure game developed by Scarab and published by Sega for the Sega Saturn. It is based upon the anime series Martian Successor Nadesico, which was also the basis for another Saturn game, Kidou Senkan Nadesico: Yappari Saigo ha 'Ai ga Katsu'?. The game comes on two discs, plus a mini audio CD. A follow up to the Kidou Senkan Nadesico anime, this game covers the events that occur in the storyline between the end of the series and the movie.

Killing Zone

Killing Zone

Sony Playstation - Released - July 1, 1996

In a mythical realm, in some unheard of dimension, all of the world's greatest monsters and mythological creatures have gathered to battle it out through this one-on-one 3D fighting game. Frankenstein, Medusa, Wolfman, the Minotaur, and a half-dozen others join this cast of classic monsters. Fighting mechanics mix elements from both Street Fighter II and Virtua Fighter, with directional combinations and button-tap sequences used for all of the special moves.

The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love?

The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Sony Playstation - Released - May 27, 1999

The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? is a 2D shooter adaptation of the 1984 anime film of the same title, released exclusively in Japan on the Sega Saturn in 1997, the Sony PlayStation in 1999 and the PlayStation 3 in 2012 (through digital download). The Saturn version was released to coincide with the 15th anniversary of the Macross franchise. Packaged in two CDs, the game features video footage of the original film plus all-new animated sequences.

The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love?

The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Sega Saturn - Released - June 6, 1997

The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? is a 2D shooter adaptation of the 1984 anime film of the same title, released exclusively in Japan on the Sega Saturn in 1997, the Sony PlayStation in 1999 and the PlayStation 3 in 2012 (through digital download). The Saturn version was released to coincide with the 15th anniversary of the Macross franchise. Packaged in two CDs, the game features video footage of the original film plus all-new animated sequences.

Survival Arts

Survival Arts

Arcade - Released - October 1, 1993

The birthplace of the powerful physical martial arts called "Survival Arts" and how they were earned became mysterious for quite some time. However, eight warriors spreading over different countries have learned some of the most important skills of the Survival Arts, while they continue learning more about them. Each one qualified for the Survival Arts tournament to see which survivor will win and obtain all the secrets of the Arts.

Zen Nihon Pro Wrestling Featuring Virtua

Zen Nihon Pro Wrestling Featuring Virtua

Sega Saturn - Released - October 23, 1997

25 years of All Japan Pro Wrestling comes to Sega Saturn, and now the warriors of Virtua Fighter has taken to the ring to challenge the champions of the world! 12 wrestlers compete to showcase their skills and win the Triple Crown. 3 modes of play allows friends go head-to-head and compete in the ultimate battle of spirits!

Zen Nippon Pro-Wrestling Featuring Virtua

Zen Nippon Pro-Wrestling Featuring Virtua

Arcade - Released - 1997

The title of the game is mostly self-explanatory, as it is wrestling game with an all-Japanese cast of fighters. The game is licensed title, based on the real "All Japan Pro Wrestling" (Zen Nihon Puroresu) wrestling promotion. The "featuring Virtua"-part of the title is related to the implementation of Wolf and Jeffrey from the game Virtua Fighter as playable characters. Like Virtua Fighter, the graphics of the game are fully in 3D. The action is shown from changing perspectives. There is a large variety of moves available; apart from basic like attack or hold (which can also be modified...

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