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A5: A Ressha de Ikou 5

A5: A Ressha de Ikou 5

Sony Playstation - Released - December 4, 1997

A5: A-Ressha de Ikou 5 is a Strategy game, developed and published by Artdink, which was released in Japan in 1997.

Accel World vs. Sword Art Online

Accel World vs. Sword Art Online

Sony Playstation Vita - Released - March 16, 2007

Accel World vs. Sword Art Online: Millennium Twilight is an action role-playing video game developed by Artdink and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Microsoft Windows. It is based on the Accel World and Sword Art Online light novel series. Accel World vs. Sword Art Online: Millennium Twilight is a team-based game (with all voiced dialogue in Japanese with English subtitles), where any of the three members can be switched at any time, each with their own attacks and abilities. To make a progress in the game's story mode, there are numerous...

AIII S.V.: A Ressha de Ikou 3: Super Version

AIII S.V.: A Ressha de Ikou 3: Super Version

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 29, 1995

The game puts players in command of a railway company. There are no rival companies; the player controls the only one in the city and the game is resultingly fairly open-ended. A-Train III is the first game in the series to make use of near-isometric dimetric projection to present the city, similar to Maxis's SimCity 2000. There are two types of transport that the player's company can take: passengers or building materials. The former is more likely to be profitable, but building materials allow the city to grow. Wherever the building materials are delivered, they can be taken and used to...

Aquanaut's Holiday

Aquanaut's Holiday

Sony Playstation - Released - June 29, 1995

The ocean is another world. Beneath the surface of the sea, all the sounds and the stress of society are muffled away to nothing. In Aquanaut's Holiday, the player takes the role of a renowned oceanographer has been pushed to the limit by the constant attention of the press, environmentalists, and the government. It's time to leave it all behind, on an open-ended mission to explore one of the last unmapped areas in the ocean and create a new coral reef there. The game is played entirely at the player's pace. The only real goals and time limits are those that the player sets. The main point...

Aquanaut's Holiday: Hidden Memories

Aquanaut's Holiday: Hidden Memories

Sony Playstation 3 - September 25, 2008

The actual story mode of the game can be compared to an adventure game. The main - unnamed - character is a journalist, in search of the missing oceanographer William "Bill" Graber. Using a submarine called the Dolphin no.2 you explore the seas for clues. The game takes place in Kisira Atoll, in Polynesia. An oceanographic research facility named Kisira Base is the starting point and where you always come back to, for supplies (such as batteries for sonar navigation buoys) and equipment. Two scientists work at the base, the young and dreamy Jessica Porter and the conservative chief...

Arctic

Arctic

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - July 21, 1989

Puzzle game to return the orange and blue balls to the location of the same color by rolling along the rails.

A-Ressha de Ikou 3D NEO

A-Ressha de Ikou 3D NEO

Nintendo 3DS - 2016

An updated and expanded version of "A-Ressha de Ikou 3D NEO". This title was only released in Japan, but the previous version was also released as an eshop game in North America and Europe under the name A-Train 3D City Simulator".

The Atlas: Renaissance Voyager

The Atlas: Renaissance Voyager

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - March 24, 1995

Atlas is a historical business and discovery game. The game is set in the 15th century. You are in a contract with the King of Portugal. For 10.000 gold a year you have to explore the area 1000 miles south of Portugal within five years. You are allowed to trade with the goods you discover, but all information gathered on your travels is property of the King of Portugal.

The Atlas: Renaissance Voyager

The Atlas: Renaissance Voyager

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 4, 1994

The Atlas (ジ・アトラス The Atlas) is a multiplatform strategy/simulation video game developed by Artdink Development. The game is set during the Age of Discovery in the 15th century. There is a strict time limit of five years to discover mysterious lands that are 1,000 miles or 1,600 kilometres south of Portugal.[1] Players can work for an admiral and can either change employment or even retire. Specialized names for the adventures, along with their characteristics and every kind of information possible is synthesized by the combination of certain attributes. The topographic features are created...

A-Train

A-Train

Apple Mac OS - Released - December 14, 1990

Take the A-Train III (known internationally as A-Train) is the third game in the A-Train series. It was originally developed and published by Japanese game developer Artdink for Japan, and was later published by Maxis for the United States. It was originally released in December 1990 for the NEC PC-9801, FM Towns Marty, Sharp X68000, and PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16). The US version was released in October 1992 on DOS and Amiga. Later, the Japanese version was re-released in March 2000 for Windows 95 and 98. Artdink ported the A-Train III along with the editor to Windows 95, and published both...

A-Train 2001

A-Train 2001

Sony Playstation 2 - May 8, 2001

A-Train 6 - 2001 is a second version of the sixth part of the A-Train series. This is a train management simulation on Playstation 2 that gives you the controls of a train company. It's up to you to make the right decisions to grow your business and put it at the top of the industry.

A-Train 3D: City Simulator

A-Train 3D: City Simulator

Nintendo 3DS - 2014

This game was an eshop-only release in Europe and North-America and only had a physical release in Japan under the name "A-Ressha de Ikou 3D".

A-Train 8

A-Train 8

Windows

A-Train 8 features similar gameplay to its ancestors in the long-running series, particularly the Xbox 360 release, A-TrainHX. As CEO of a powerful rail company, it is your task to create an effective mass-transit system and stimulate the growth of urban areas. Your passenger trains will take commuters to offices, workers to factories and holiday-makers to amusement parks. Freight trains will transport building materials from factories to new development sites. Schedules must be tweaked for maximum profit, and you will have to make adjustments depending on the season and changing nature of...

A-Train: Trains, Power, Money

A-Train: Trains, Power, Money

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1996

Although trains are your primary source of income in the beginning of the game, A-Train is not about building trains exclusively. By utilizing the train industry as well as buses and subways, it is up to you to manage an efficient transportation system for passengers and freighting companies. Everything you do must be well thought out because you're out to make a profit. As soon as you've earned the adequate funds, you have to start making investments. With your money you can buy and sell all types of land and businesses. If you think you're lucky enough, you may opt to play the stock...

BCV: Battle Construction Vehicles

BCV: Battle Construction Vehicles

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 1, 2000

BCV: Battle Construction Vehicles is a fighting game between present-day mechs: construction vehicles. Players choose between 15 drivers and 14 bulldozers, steamrollers, cranes and forklifts, to name a few, and the goal is to defend your father's construction business. The player can fully customize the vehicles parts, attack moves and appearance, which adds to the replay value of the story mode, consisting of 16 interactive stages, aside from the 2-player mode. Most of the attacks consist or ramming other vehicles or utilizing the mechanical parts that do damage upon impact. The story is...

Carnage Heart Portable

Carnage Heart Portable

Sony PSP - Released - August 3, 2006

in 2073, giant companies are battling on the moons of Jupiter to extract their resources. In this complex strategy game, you must design "OKE" (i.e. giant robots), choosing their hardware and also programming their software. In the battlefield, you don't control the robots. Instead, it's the program you wrote which makes the decisions.

Daikairei: Dai Nippon Teikoku Gentei Okaidokuban

Daikairei: Dai Nippon Teikoku Gentei Okaidokuban

Sharp X68000 - Released - April 13, 1990

A turn-based strategy wargame simulation.

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z

Sony Playstation 3 - January 28, 2014

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z is a fighting video game based on the manga and anime franchise Dragon Ball, and is the first new DBZ game to be released since Dragon Ball Z Budokai: HD Collection in 2012. It was developed by Artdink and published by Bandai Namco Games. The game promotes the release of the film Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, featuring the first video game appearance of Goku's Super Saiyan God form[1] as well as the characters Beerus and Whis.

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z

Sony Playstation Vita - January 28, 2014

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z delivers over-the-top anime action and intensity, presented in new cell-shaded HD graphics. Focusing on team battles, players will be able to battle online with or against their friends in frantic 4-player co-op or up to 8-player vs. Battle of Z’s expanded team battle and co-op modes allows players to create teams of four characters to take on opponents across the globe.

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z

Microsoft Xbox 360 - January 28, 2014

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z delivers over-the-top anime action and intensity, presented in new cell-shaded HD graphics. Focusing on team battles, players will be able to battle online with or against their friends in frantic 4-player co-op or up to 8-player vs. Battle of Z’s expanded team battle and co-op modes allows players to create teams of four characters to take on opponents across the globe.

Eikan ha Kimi ni: Koukou Yakyuu Zenkoku Taikai

Eikan ha Kimi ni: Koukou Yakyuu Zenkoku Taikai

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 15, 1994

Eikan wa Kimi ni: Koukou Yakyuu Zenkoku Taikai is a high school baseball management simulation game.

Eikan wa Kimini 4

Eikan wa Kimini 4

Sony Playstation - Released - August 5, 1999

Eikan wa Kimini 4 is a simulation game in which the player is the new coach and manager of a japanese baseball team, he can choose in which team he wants to coach, the team uniforms, the tactics, the different training for each week and during the games he can decide the kind of throws and tactics. The game features also a vs mode in which the players can load their teams from a memory card and play a match.

The Famires

The Famires

Sony Playstation - Released - December 3, 1998

Far Side Moon: Chikyuu Boueidan 2

Far Side Moon: Chikyuu Boueidan 2

NEC PC-9801 - Released - 1989

Far Side Moon: Chikyuu Boueidan 2 is a Simulation game, developed and published by Artdink, which was released in Japan in 1989

Gundam Assault Survive

Gundam Assault Survive

Sony PSP - Released - March 18, 2010

Gundam Assault Survive is the fifth game in the Gundam Battle series. Unlike its predecessors, it expands beyond the Universal Century and into Gundam series from alternate universes. Mobile Suit Gundam F91, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and the first season of Mobile Suit Gundam 00 all become part of the campaign, while Mobile Suit Victory Gundam contributes MS. The game was released on March 18, 2010 in Japan.

Gundam Battle Chronicle

Gundam Battle Chronicle

Sony PSP - Released - October 4, 2007

Gundam Battle Chronicle is the sequel to Gundam Battle Royale and Gundam Battles series. It features over 140 Mobile units including the 80 units in Gundam Battle Royale and improved the multi-player gaming system so that the single-player missions could be played in multi-player's mission mode. New additional missions are from Stardust Memory, and MSs from Gundam ZZ, Gundam Sentinel, and Char's Counterattack.

Gundam Battle Royale

Gundam Battle Royale

Sony PSP - Released - October 5, 2006

Gundam Battle Royale is a game released for the PlayStation Portable. The game was released only in Japan and South Korea on October 5, 2006. The game features many mobile suits and mobile armors from the Universal Century up to and including Zeta Gundam. It is the sequel to Gundam Battle Tactics. A sequel called Gundam Battle Chronicles has been released on 25 October 2007.

Gundam Battle Tactics

Gundam Battle Tactics

Sony PSP - Released - September 22, 2005

Gundam Battle Tactics, released on September 22, 2005, is a third-person action/mech-combat simulation game for the PlayStation Portable, based on Japan's long-running mecha-based series, Gundam. Tactics, released only in Japan and South Korea, was later followed with a sequel, Gundam Battle Royale, also for the PlayStation Portable, in late 2006. This game follows the events of the One Year War and most scenarios are heavily influenced by animation episodes from One Year War storylines, namely Mobile Suit Gundam, The 08th MS Team, War in the Pocket, and Blue Destiny. This game plays similarly...

Gundam Battle Universe

Gundam Battle Universe

Sony PSP - Released - July 17, 2008

The fourth entry in the Gundam Battle series was released on July 17, 2008 in Japan. It features over 200 mobile suits and mobile armors (including content from Gundam Sentinel, Hathaway's Flash, and F91), and a campaign spanning from the original Mobile Suit Gundam's events up through to the climactic finale of Char's Counterattack. Customize your pilot and wingman, then fight through nearly 20 years of Universal Century! Whether you're in a GM or Zaku II, a Hizack or Gaza C, or a Jegan or Geara Doga, the fast-paced action and mobile suit customization make this a game to keep coming back to!

How Many Robot

How Many Robot

Sharp X68000 - Released - February 27, 1988

How Many Robot is a Simulation game, developed and published by Artdink, which was released in Japan in 1988

A IV Evolution

A IV Evolution

Sony Playstation - Released - December 3, 1994

A-Train is a series of train simulation video games, originally developed and published by Japanese game developer Artdink in Japan. The first game in the series was published in 1985.[1] The first release in the United States was Take the A-Train II, published in 1988 by the Seika Corporation under the title Railroad Empire. However, the most well known U.S. release is Take the A-Train III, published in 1992 by Maxis as simply A-Train. Released in December 1993 for the NEC PC-9801, FM Towns Marty, Windows 3.1 and Windows 95. It was later re-released on March 17, 2000 for Windows 95 and 98...

Kaze no Notam: Notam of wind

Kaze no Notam: Notam of wind

Sony Playstation - Released - September 11, 1997

Kaze no NOTAM - NOTAM of Wind is a hot air balloon simulator in a fantasy setting. As a hot air balloon operator you'll be left mostly to the mercy of the winds having no control over your balloons movements on the X or Y axis. Only the Z is open to you by letting off your burner and ascending or releasing hot air and lowering yourself to earth. The wind changes at different altitudes, you'll be aware of the way it's blowing at every height thanks to a wind compass on the right side of the screen, so you'll have to make shrewd use of it to get where you're going. You have green markers that...

Lagnacure

Lagnacure

Sony Playstation - Released - October 2, 1997

Lagnacure is a 3d RPG game with cartoon character and an isometric view. In which the player controls a group of characters that will begin a big adventure. The game got a sequel a few years later called Lagnacure Legend. In the game the player controls a young boy that his dream is become the best fighter of the world, that's why he's in a martial arts school. The game begins when some of the students are going to a fighters tournament and when he lose it after that things won't be the same again for him since some strange things starting to happen around his town.

Lisa to Issho ni Tairiku Oudan: A-Ressha de Ikou

Lisa to Issho ni Tairiku Oudan: A-Ressha de Ikou

Sony PSP - Released - June 22, 2006

Lisa to Issho ni Tairiku Oudan: A-Ressha de Ikou is a Simulation game, developed by Artdink and published by Idea Factory, which was released in Japan in 2006.

Macross 30: Ginga o Tsunagu Utagoe

Macross 30: Ginga o Tsunagu Utagoe

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - February 28, 2013

Macross 30: Ginga o Tsunagu Utagoe is an action role-playing game for the PlayStation 3 developed by Artdink and published by Namco Bandai Games. The game commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Macross anime series created by Shoji Kawamori, featuring every series from the franchise. The gameplay of Macross 30 inherits the same gameplay seen in previous Macross games. The game has two types of controls: the Type A modeled after the controls in such games as Macross Trial Frontier and Macross Last Frontier, and the Type B that allows the player to manually move the weapons lock-on cursor...

Macross Ace Frontier

Macross Ace Frontier

Sony PSP - Released - October 9, 2008

This game is based in the Macross franchise. Although the game is named after Macross Frontier, all current Macross series (with the exception of Macross II: Lovers Again) are included. Players create two pilots (a main pilot and a wingman) and fight in the many memorable battles of the Macross timeline. The developers, Artdink, are also known for the Gundam Battle PSP series. Macross Ace Frontier uses a slightly modified version of the Gundam Battle engine, and therefore has many notable similarities to Gundam Battle Universe.

Macross Triangle Frontier

Macross Triangle Frontier

Sony PSP - Released - February 3, 2011

Macross Triangle Frontier is the sequel to Macross Ultimate Frontier, the third installment in a series where Artdink incorporated mechanics from the Gundam Battle series into the gameplay. The game features a simulation segment called "Academy Mode" where players can create a custom character to attend Mihoshi Academy and interact with characters from Macross Frontier as well as the original characters first introduced in Macross Ace Frontier and Macross Ultimate Frontier. Upon unlocking the options through repeated play, players can choose to affiliate with SMS, NUNS or remain a...

Macross Ultimate Frontier

Macross Ultimate Frontier

Sony PSP - Released - October 1, 2009

Macross Ultimate Frontier is an Action game, developed by Artdink and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2009.

No One Can Stop Mr. Domino

No One Can Stop Mr. Domino

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1998

No One Can Stop Mr. Domino is a puzzle game which sees you controlling the titular Mr. Domino (or one of his friends, if you prefer) as he zips around levels which can be best described as a racetrack. As the title suggests, you can't actually stop Mr. Domino - however, you can guide him around the track, speed him up and slow him down. He'll need to dodge obstacles as he aims to activate "tricks" which are placed around the board.

A Ressha De Ikou

A Ressha De Ikou

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1989

A Ressha de Ikou is the first in the long-running transport network simulation series mostly known as A-Train. The player controls a railroad company CEO in the end of the nineteenth century, who was entrusted by the president of an unnamed country to build a railroad that reaches its Western coast. The game is played in real time, with a day/night cycle and a game world that changes regardless of the player's actions. Compared to its more widely known sequels, A Ressha de Ikou has a rather simple gameplay that is confined to building tracks for just one train line, the titular A-train. A...

A Ressha de Ikou

A Ressha de Ikou

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 21, 1991

A Ressha de Ikou is a simulation construction game. The title translates to "Let's Take the A-Train". Players must use the resources available to them in order to create a bustling railway center and increase their profits as they go.

A Ressha de Ikou 4: Evolution

A Ressha de Ikou 4: Evolution

Sony Playstation - Released - December 3, 1994

A Ressha de Ikou DS

A Ressha de Ikou DS

Nintendo DS - Released - April 23, 2009

A Ressha de Ikou II

A Ressha de Ikou II

Sharp X68000 - Released - September 10, 1988

Play the part of the head of a railroad company, with the aim of creating a railroad empire, providing a successful mass transit system that will be an inspiration to the rest of the world. Another goal is to provide the impetus for a chosen city to develop. There are a number of different places to set up business each with different layouts and existing houses and businesses.

A Ressha de Ikou II: Gentei Okaidokuban

A Ressha de Ikou II: Gentei Okaidokuban

Sharp X68000 - Released - April 13, 1990

This is the limited edition release of A Ressha de Ikou II, which includes the Shin Map data disk that was originally released and sold separately. Play the part of the head of a railroad company, with the aim of creating a railroad empire, providing a successful mass transit system that will be an inspiration to the rest of the world. Another goal is to provide the impetus for a chosen city to develop. There are a number of different places to set up business each with different layouts and existing houses and businesses.

A Ressha de Ikou III

A Ressha de Ikou III

Sharp X68000 - Released - April 24, 1991

You'll start with a bit of bare land and a small bank loan, then establish transportation systems, buy and sell land and businesses, and even invest in the stock market. If all goes well, you'll be rich and powerful. Then you can hop a train and take a first-person 3-D joy ride through your empire. If all doesn't go well... well. You'll have to find out for yourself. Trains, power and money - what more could you want?

A Ressha de Ikou Z Mezase: Tairiku Oudan

A Ressha de Ikou Z Mezase: Tairiku Oudan

Sony Playstation - Released - May 4, 1999

A Ressha de Ikou Z - Mezase! tairiku oudan (ak A-Train Z) was released in May 1999 for the Playstation 1 console and it was re-released on the PSP in June 2006. The version Z features 3D view of the city and trains, different trains, rails and cities. The goal is to make the biggest train empire and the game ends when the player run out of money.

The Seed: War Zone

The Seed: War Zone

Sony Playstation 2 - December 6, 2001

The Seed: War Zone was an early Japanese PlayStation 2 sci-fi strategy RPG which took place in space, and featured battling spaceships. Released in 2001, it was later saw a 2003 release in Europe. Gameplay in The Seed is split between a strategic overview, a detailed ship design system and 3D cinematic battle scenes. In the strategic view, the player is able to order ships to move and attack enemy units, lay mines, launch scouts or improve the ASDF's ground base. The player can customise the formation and makeup of their platoons which affects the outcome of battles. Each platoon...

Shinseiki Evangelion: Typing E-Keikaku

Shinseiki Evangelion: Typing E-Keikaku

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 2, 2001

Soukyuu no Fafner: Dead Aggressor

Soukyuu no Fafner: Dead Aggressor

Sony PSP - Released - January 27, 2005

Soukyuu no Fafner: Dead Aggressor is an Action game, developed by Artdink and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 2005.

Susume! Kaizoku: Be Pirates!

Susume! Kaizoku: Be Pirates!

Sony Playstation - Released - December 3, 1998

In Susume Kaizoku - Be Pirates! the player controls a Captain pirate that have to travel all over the world in the search of a big pirate treasure. The game features music made by the Warsaw Philharmonic. The story is about Captain Flint (aka Gentleman Flint) lost treasure that were lost with his ship. The game let you choose between 2 different characters Flint's son Roger Flint and a last wife of Gentleman Flint called Sarah Tanittsu. The action part is the battle of the ships, the player have to first damge the rival ship using his ship cannon's and after that there is the board of...

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Windows - Released - November 12, 2018

Enter the VRMMO world of the much-loved anime SWORD ART ONLINE! In Alfheim Online, a world of fairies and magic, you become the hero of the series, Kirito, and together with your wondrous friends try to conquer the floating land of Svart Alfheim. Soar freely through its skies and take down all powerful enemies who dare appear before you! Experience fast-paced battles in the air and on the ground, and seamless action sequences in a game that makes you feel freer than ever before! Choose your skills and how you want to evolve; it's all up to you! And remember: the more you grow, the more epic...

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Sony Playstation 3 - March 26, 2015

Journey into the world of ALfheim Online for the very first time! Join Kirito as he ventures online to explore Svart Alfheim, a brand-new area of ALfheim Online, the floating is comprised of continents led by The Floating City of Ryne. Sword Art Online: Lost Song features an original storyline which includes new and returning characters and exclusive environments in the ultimate Virtual Reality universe. Spend more than 50 hours questing in the ultimate Virtual Reality universe! It also features all-new Aerial Battles and plenty of customization features. Link Start into the Sword Art...

Tail of the Sun

Tail of the Sun

Sony Playstation - Released - April 30, 1997

In Tail of the Sun, you are a caveman in prehistoric times. Your mission: to build an ivory tower of mammoth tusks tall enough to reach the tail of the sun. You are to develop your caveman tribe by hunting, swimming, running, climbing, and taking on other activities to raise your physical or mental attributes. You must venture off into a vast, untamed world to explore harsh terrains that consist of deserts, caves, forests, and ocean floors. The player's ultimate objective is to build a tower of mammoth tusks that reaches the sun. To this end, he or she must gather enough food for the tribe...

Tenka Gomen

Tenka Gomen

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - 1994

Tenka Gomen is a Strategy game, developed and published by Artdink, which was released in Japan in 1994

Tokio

Tokio

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - 1992

Tokio is a Simulation game, developed and published by Artdink, which was released in Japan in 1992

Tokio 2

Tokio 2

NEC PC-9801 - Released - September 14, 1995

Tokio 2 is a Simulation game, developed and published by Artdink, which was released in Japan in 1995.

Turnabout

Turnabout

Sony Playstation - Released - March 31, 2003

While the old adage that "turnabout is fair play" applies in many situations, Natsume's Turnabout is all about diabolical puzzles where players rotate the entire puzzle while the pieces move within its borders, sliding and rolling into mind-numbing configurations and patterns. The 100 puzzles provided are divided into two groups of 50: Begin Mode and Main Mode. The first 50 puzzles must be solved in order to open up the remaining 50, but the puzzles are numbered in five rows of ten each -- solving seven rounds in a row will open up the next row of ten, thus the puzzles needn't be solved...

Vampire Kyuuketsuki Densetsu

Vampire Kyuuketsuki Densetsu

Sony Playstation - Released - March 4, 1999

Vampir Kyuuketsuki Densetsu (Vampir Tales of the Bloodsuckers) is a RPG with an isometric view in which the player controls a vampire that is in a small town in the 19th century. The game is divided into 2 different parts: During the days the player's character (a young vampire called Christopher) have to talk to the people of the town and gain his confidence, in the nights the character have to suck their blood. The goal of the game is to destroy Duran, but in the game there are also other enemies like the vampire hunters (Van Hellsing, Harker, and others). During the nights the player...

Zeus: Carnage Heart Second

Zeus: Carnage Heart Second

Sony Playstation - Released - November 5, 1998

Design an unmanned mobile weapon overkill engine, direct the airframe designed by himself and lead the battle to victory. Addition of story part, numerous new aircraft, strengthening of graphics, improvement of operability and completely revamp the system of the previous work. The curtain of dramatic SF simulation set on Jupiter's satellite rises!

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