Nintendo GameCube - Released - December 8, 2005
Bleach GC: Tasogare ni Mamieru Shinigami is the first installment in the Bleach series. It features gameplay similar to the Power Stone series, and traditional 2D fighting games.
Nintendo Wii - Released - October 9, 2007
Bleach: Shattered Blade brings an exciting fighting game to the Wii that takes full advantage of its control system. Wielding the controller as their weapon, players will slash and jab like a real Zanjutsu master.
Arcade - Released - October 19, 2010
Dead Heat (known in Japan as Maximum Heat) is an over-the-top arcade car street racing game developed by Polygon Magic and released by Namco Bandai for arcades (using PC-based Namco System ES1 hardware) on October 19, 2010 (in North America) and April 20, 2011 (in Japan). A fast-paced street racing game from the studio behind the original Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune, Dead Heat puts players in high-octane eight-player races in one of four cities (New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and London) with a wide selection of real-life cars (including tuner cars and, in the US version, muscle cars). It includes a nitrous system for speed boosts, high-speed drifting, numerous jumps and obstacles, and a PIN-based progression system (allowing players to customize their vehicles). Similar to some of Namco Bandai's other racing and vehicle games at the time (such as Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 and Tank! Tank! Tank!), the game machine includes a camera above each display that takes a picture of the player, which is used to indicate (to others) the driver of their vehicle. Players can opt to have their photo appear as CPU rivals for that machine in future races. The Japanese version of the game also includes an optional mounted head visor (with polarized lenses) for a stereoscopic 3D mode. The game later received a motorbike-focused sequel in North America in 2013, titled Dead Heat Riders. It retains much of the same gameplay mechanics and interface, as well as the four locales. While the original game features a soundtrack by Yuzo Koshiro (of Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune fame), the sequel features a soundtrack by Hideki Naganuma (of Jet Set Radio fame).
Arcade - Released - 2013
Based on Bandai Namco’s popular Dead Heat Street Racing arcade game, Dead Heat Riders takes that same exciting, neck-and-neck racing premise and applies it to motorcycle racing. Hop on your bike to race through 4 incredibly detailed cities, which were personally surveyed by the development team. Just like the Dead Heat street racing game, zoom through the streets of New York, Chicago, London and San Francisco but now on different courses through each city. Select from 5 different superbikes as you ride on a recreated motorcycle swivel seat. Another great feature is found with Namco’s patented software technology that analyses and stores registered players driving styles, later mimicking registered players as “ghost drivers”. This allows current players to race against previous drives, even when they are not around. This title also features a completely revamped soundtrack, designed to match the white knuckle intensity of each race. Enjoy more social racing with the Integrated Camera! This takes a picture of the players and uses that photo to identify your car and other players you are racing against in real-time during the race.
Nintendo GameCube - Released - 2003
Disney Sports Basketball brings exaggerated moves and original locations to life as your favorite Disney characters take to the court. Mickey and his pals, who include Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy, come together for three-on-three-style basketball action with arcade-style gameplay. Choose your team, and then take on five game modes, including Exhibition, Season, and All-Star Game, among others. If you can master the game's intuitive controls, you can take your team all the way to the finals or dominate three of your friends in Multiplayer mode.
Sony Playstation - Released - April 25, 1997
A vengeful blind fighter, Barazock, is out to annihilate the entire martial arts community, and eight fighters duke fight among themselves for the privilege of taking on the master. the hot-blooded young Shiroh Karasuba studied martial arts under the same master as Barazock, and seeks him out to settle a score.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 26, 1999
A young man named Rion wakes up in a hospital. He does not know who he is; he can hear a girl's voice in his mind, imploring him to save her. While trying to escape from the hospital, Rion is detained by guards, and discovers that he possesses devastating psychic powers. Trying to understand what has been done to him, Rion gradually uncovers the mystery behind the "G Project", a human experiment that involves unlocking the hidden potential of the human mind. Galerians is a survival horror game in which the player navigates a 3D character model over pre-rendered backgrounds, using character-related controls similar to those implemented in Alone in the Dark. Items must be collected to unlock new areas and advance the story. Unlike in most other games of the type, the protagonist is unable to use weapons. Rion fully relies on his psychic powers to combat enemies. These powers must be replenished by regularly taking drugs. In addition, Rion has a special meter that throws him into uncontrollable rage when full.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 4, 2003
Survival horror and science fiction come together in the sequel to Galerians. In Galerians: Ash, you reprise the role of Rion as he fights the Last Galerians and their evil leader Ash, who wants to destroy all organic life on Earth. Joined once again by Lilia, you must battle your enemies with all-new psychic attacks and neural enhancers across new and expansive environments. In this game, a strong psyche, puzzle-solving skills, and quick reflexes are most valuable to success.
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 guns, and more.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 12, 2002
Inaka Kurashi: Nan no Shima no Monogatari is an Adventure game, developed by Polygon Magic and published by Victor Interactive Software, which was released in Japan in 2002
Sony Playstation - Released - June 24, 1999
The severe fun of incredible Crisis is all about maintaining your sanity, as you help Taneo's family get home in time for Grandma's Birthday. It's a happy day and the worst day of their life, as they endure hundreds of hilarious and cardiac-arrest inducing dilemmas. You'll laugh, cry, freak-out and perhaps soil your shorts, while your mental and physical reflexes are put to the test. Be warned, this game is severely fun and may cause obsessive compulsive behavior, if not nervous disorders and/or involuntary twitches. Enjoy severe fun. 24 Mini-Games!
Nintendo DS - Released - December 17, 2009
In a modern society in which violent crimes are on the rise, there is a team that tries to resolve cases without bloodshed. It is the metropolitan police's special team, known by the abbreviation SIT (Special Investigation Team). The SIT doesn't get into action after a case but heads to the site just as a crime is being committed. They are on the front-line of risky missions, facing off against criminals; tenaciously conducting negotiations with criminals. As a result of the rigid police hierarchy that can curb the conduct of negotiators, the SIT is also a male-dominated society controlled with strict discipline. There is one female negotiator, Usagi Reiko, who bravely fights at the frontline. She is isolated in the male world of the SIT but courageously fights against crime as well as her organisation.
Arcade - Released - 2004
Lethal Enforcers 3 is a light gun game for one or two players, and it is the final in the Lethal Enforcers series. The game uses 3D polygon graphics instead of digitised actors. The players move through the stages on-rails while shooting enemies. While running through the stages players can take cover behind a shield, which also reloads. Rack up combos for bonus points by consecutively hitting targets without missing. When innocent people are shot the players are demoted in rank and news paper headlines fill the screen. The game has 6 distinct stages, each with its own title logo and short introduction similar to a tv show: Cops in the city, fight the mob in the Akihabara district Coast intrudes, enter a ship and fight drug smugglers in the harbor area Rival Heat, round up gun smugglers in a subway station and tunnels Airport 2004, hostage situation around a grounded airplane Justice and Judgement, terrorists threaten to blow up a nuclear power plant Lethal Enforcers 3, rescue the captured Prime Minister in a coup d'état
Sony Playstation - Released - June 28, 2001
Galaxy Express 999 is the name of a train which travels through space, beginning at Megalopolis Station on one end of the galaxy and terminating at Andromeda on the other. But the Galaxy Express is more than just a train—it’s also a metaphor for life itself, with passengers constantly boarding, debarking, and dreaming along the way. The game is an action adventure where the player, as Tetsuo, must clear a series of events. The works, "Galaxy Express 999" "Space Pirate Captain Harlock" "Queen Emeraldas" "Super-dimentional Warship Mahoroba" "Drifting Line 000" and so forth.... However the origin of Reiji Matsumoto's supervision, comes to 20 minutes of original animation!! From a synthesis of 2D character animation and 3D mechanical animation, a work with a great feeling of presence is created. A twelve year-old street urchin named Tetsuro Hoshino desperately wants an indestructible machine body, giving him the ability to live forever and have the freedom that the unmechanized don't have. While machine bodies are impossibly expensive, they are supposedly given away for free in the Andromeda galaxy, the end of the line for the Galaxy Express 999, a space train that only comes to Earth once a year. The series begins with Tetsuro and his mother making their way to Megalopolis where they hope to get jobs to pay for passes for the 999. Along the way however, Count Mecha and a gang of "human hunters" kill Tetsuro's mother. Before she dies, she tells him to continue the journey they started, and to get a machine body to live the eternal life she couldn't. Intent on killing Count Mecha to avenge his mother, Tetsuro meets up with a beautiful woman, Maetel, who is the spitting image of his dead mother. Maetel offers him an unlimited use pass for the 999 if he will be her travelling companion to which Tetsuro agrees. Along the way, Tetsuro has many adventures on many different and exotic planets and meets many kinds of people, both human and alien, living and machine. Increasingly, Tetsuro realizes that a machine body won't fix all of his problems. In fact, most of the machine people he meets regret the decision to give up their humanity. Eventually, Tetsuro and Maetel reach the Planet Prometheum, the final stop for the 999, but Tetsuro learns that it is ruled by the Queen of the Mechanization Empire, also named Prometheum. She is Maetel's mother, and controls the planet by entirely mechanized human components. Maetel's mission was to bring young humans for that purpose. Queen Prometheum plans on transferring Tetsuro's consciousness to a bolt for the heart of the planet. Tetsuro doesn't understand why he has been betrayed by Maetel, but Maetel has plans of her own, and seeks to destroy the mechanized civilization. With the help of her father, Dr. Ban (who was only named in the movie), whose consciousness resides in a pendant she carries over her neck, Maetel destroys her mother and the planet. Afterwards, Maetel and Tetsuro return to the Planet of Bats where Tetsuro tells Maetel his intention to return to Earth and lead it toward a new future. Maetel, proud of Tetsuro for his decision tells him she has something to take care of and should board first. However, Tetsuro finds a letter from Maetel telling him that it was time for them to part ways. Maetel had secretly boarded the 777 (three-seven), a nearby train, with the intention of "leading another boy to his future". However, it is unclear as to whether or not this means that the Mechanization Empire still exists elsewhere, or if Maetel will lead the boy to some other "future". The series ends as the trains both depart the Bat Planet.
Taito Type X - Released - 2006
Mobile Suit Gundam: Spirits of Zeon is Arcade Light Gun Game based on the Gundam franchise. Notable is that players act as Villain Protagonist, rather than served for E.F.S.F.. The game sets around U.C.0079, two main characters, Lieutenent Kurt Roswell & Lieutenent Robin Bradshaw, are above to use their respective Mobile Suits: MS-06 Zaku II, to operate their respective missions given by Zeon. The first installment was titled Dual Carnage, which playthrough the story in normal way. The second installment, titled Memory of Soldier, was able to Time Skip/ Time Travel to choose other missions, but must fulfill to gained some Badges to receive other locked missions
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 23, 2001
Nintama Rantarou: Ninjutsu Gakuen ni Nyuugaku Shiyou no Dan is an Action game, developed by Polygon Magic and published by ASK, which was released in Japan in 2001.
Arcade - Released - 2006
OutRun 2 SP SDX is an updated version of OutRun 2 and OutRun 2 SP. It stands for "OutRun 2 Special Tours Super Deluxe" and was first shown at a privately held Sega show on July 7, 2006. This version of OutRun 2 does not run on the Sega Chihiro, but rather the Sega Lindbergh, allowing the graphics to be displayed at a resolution of 800x480 rather than the previous versions' 640x480. The game features large replica Ferrari cockpits which move and tilt with the onscreen action, and features a cooperative play mode where two players can sit next to each other in the same car and take turns driving with their own set of controls. Two versions of the cabinet were produced. The 2-Player cabinet is designated as DX (Deluxe), and the 4-Player cabinet is designated as SDX (Super Deluxe), with raceview cameras on the players, and a live leaderboard over the center units. These large, expensive SDX units are designed for large game centers and amusement parks as a special attraction.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 31, 2000
ShaoLin is an action adventure game created by Polygon Magic in 1999. Your character is a student of one of 6 kung fu styles: Shaolin Taekwondo, Jeet Kune Do, Tai Chi, 8 Extremities Fist, Hung Gar and Drunken Boxing. In the history mode you start as a kid of about 10 and as you train and travel, visiting the other temples , you grow up. Eventually you may become a doddering old man or woman, but you will have completed the game by then.Eating at restaurants restores your health, but also has an effect on the look of your character. Sleeping at inns saves your game. The fightings are played in a 3D fighting style game and you fight agains a max of three enemies. In multi-player mode the game features to play with four friends and up to an additional four NPCs in versus mode or battle royal.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 26, 2000
In this anything goes world, take to the beat of DJ Shinkawa's music to win the fight! This is all about rhythm and style, so don't mute the sound as you go into the battle. With tapping feet, keep the beat and keep your eyes and ears open!
Sony Playstation - Released - April 23, 1998
Kazuyoshi Hoshino (born in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, 1 July 1947) is a former racing driver and businessman from Japan. Hoshino's nickname was "the fastest man/guy in Japan". He won the Japanese motocross national championships in the 90cc and 125cc classes for Kawasaki in 1968 before switching to cars as a Nissan factory driver in 1969. Hoshino retired from racing in 2002 and now continues to run his own Super GT team and his own Nissan specialised aftermarket parts company, Impul. The Super GT series, formerly known as the All-Japan Grand Touring Car Championship or JGTC, is a grand touring car race series promoted by the GT-Association (GT-A). Though the JGTC was authorized by the Japan Automobile Federation and recognized by the FIA, the Super GT is authorized directly by FIA. GT Straight Victory - Hoshino Kazuyoshi e no Chousen is a 3d racing game sponsored by Kazuyoshi Hoshino that features these game modes: - Grand Prix - Spot Race - 2 Player Battle - Time Attack
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 1, 2006
Street Golfer leads you to a completely new golf point of view. Streets become your courses. The rules are the same, but the environment is completely original! Every most powerful golfers around the world decide to take part of the event and fly to the decided city, there they confront each other to decrete who's the best. Choose your favorite character and play a innovative and strange golf game. But beware! The rules are strict as the original sport! Street Golfer is a true sport simulation with an intersting twist! FEATURES: - Many different and strange character to play. - Realistic streets fully recreated. - Deep golf simulation.
Nintendo DS - Released - April 6, 2006
Tenchu: Dark Secret places you in the shoes of ninja assassins charged with protecting the life of a princess. Stalk your enemies with sword in hand, plant explosive traps in the underbrush, or strike with an assortment of realistic ninja weaponry - the choice is yours. Features over 40 single-player missions and the ability to construct your own weapons and items. Prove your mettle with the metal by challenging friends to a local wireless multiplayer match. Tenchu: Dark Secret boasts three unique modes and a whole host of options to keep each match fresh and fun. Whether you're creeping through a bamboo forest to plunge a dagger into your friend's back or setting a trap to steal his precious dumplings, you're going to need a towel to wipe the sweat from your hands. Need a new bamboo trap? Short on shurikins? Just hop online. Tenchu: Dark Secret allows players to buy, sell, and trade items via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. You can choose to transact with either friends or strangers.
Arcade - Released - 1999
Grandmother Hatsu has a birthday. She wants it to be a special day, and is eagerly waiting for her presents. However, father Taneo, mother Etsuko, son Tsuyoshi and daughter Ririka have all forgotten about that. They have to buy last-minute presents for the grandmother, and make it home in time for the party. Sounds simple? Not quite: each member of this completely ordinary, working-class family is delayed by inexplicable obstacles, which involve, among others, bank robbers, UFOs, miniaturization, and a giant teddy bear who is out to demolish Tokyo. Incredible Crisis is entirely composed out of 24 predominantly action-oriented mini-games. Most of them are unique, though a few are repeated throughout the course of the game. Among these mini-games are synchronized dancing, various driving sequences, simple obstacle-dodging, shooting, and others. A few mini-games deviate from the action style, e.g. a quiz or a puzzle that involves calculating an item's weight. The mini-games must be first completed in a specific order, tied by an overarching story told by CG animated cutscenes. Afterwards, they can be accessed directly from the main menu.