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Castle of Shikigami III

Castle of Shikigami III

Nintendo Wii - December 13, 2007

Castle of Shikigami III is a vertical scrolling shoot’em-up for the Wii. Tension Bonus System - Your proximity to enemy units and gunfire determines your score and firepower. 10 memorable characters - Each character has their own specialized weapons and powers, anything from chain lightning to psychic blades. 55 possible story combinations - Experience a wide variety of scenarios with fully voiced dialogue. 2 Player Co-op Mode - Dodge a never-ending barrage of bullets alone or with a friend. Exclusive console-only Dramatic Change Mode - Switch between two characters in the middle of the fight...

Castle Shikigami 2

Castle Shikigami 2

Sega Dreamcast - Released - March 24, 2004

In the recent past, a band of champions gathered to engage this threat. Using weapons forged by the great magicians and masters of arcane sciences, the heroes managed to banished the demons, quelling their thirst for conquest! The time: 2006, the distant future. The Demon Gods and their mystical castle have reappeared above the skies of Tokyo City with the goal of continuing the domination and conquest of humanity. Can the heroes of recent legend return to defeat the nemesis of all mankind? The tools for defeating the gods are trapped within the very castle in which the demons reside. The...

Cyber Daisenryaku: Shutsugeki! Haruka Tai

Cyber Daisenryaku: Shutsugeki! Haruka Tai

Sony Playstation - Released - February 4, 1999

Cyber Daisenryaku is a Tactical RPG game in which the player will control a high school student that is training for the Cyber Battles and will start an adventure in which he will have to use all that he had learned in the trainings to win in the Cyber Battles that he will face. The game mode features a story part in first person perspective with 2d cartoon graphics and the battle part in a 2d third person perspective that features a 3D view in the part of the battle attacks.

Daimakaimura

Daimakaimura

PC Engine SuperGrafx - Released - July 27, 1990

Daimakaimura is a platform game by Capcom and is the SuperGrafx port of the classic arcade game known outside of Japan as Ghouls'n Ghosts. The brave Arthur, infamous for wearing red hearted boxers under his piece of armor, is back. His beloved princess Prin-Prin has been captured by the great demon king Loki and he has now, once again, the daunting task of rescuing her. His journey gets him through six long stages from a creepy cemetery infested with Grim Reapers and Vultures, to a abandoned windmills full of deadly stone turtles. Arthur starts the game equipped with a short joust spear that...

Emerald Dragon

Emerald Dragon

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 28, 1995

In Emerald Dragon the player takes control of Atrushan, a blue dragon who lives in the Dragon World. One day, he and his friends discover a ship wreck near a mountain. After examining the wreck, the dragons find a human child - a little girl. The wise White Dragon, the leader of the dragons, tells them that her name is Tamryn and that she will play an important role in their lives. The girl doesn't remember anything, and grows up together with the dragons. But when she turns fifteen, she decides to go back to her homeland - the Human World. Soon after Tamryn has left, Atrushan realizes he...

Emerald Dragon

Emerald Dragon

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 28, 1994

In Emerald Dragon the player takes control of Atrushan, a blue dragon who lives in the Dragon World. One day, he and his friends discover a ship wreck near a mountain. After examining the wreck, the dragons find a human child - a little girl. The wise White Dragon, the leader of the dragons, tells them that her name is Tamryn and that she will play an important role in their lives. The girl doesn't remember anything, and grows up together with the dragons. But when she turns fifteen, she decides to go back to her homeland - the Human World. Soon after Tamryn has left, Atrushan realizes he...

Fighting Street

Fighting Street

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 1, 1988

Deep inside you there lurks a warrior. Let him loose! And test him against the martial arts champions of 5 nations. Grit your teeth, pump up and take after Retsu and Geki from Japan. Most worthy opponents! But watch out for the baddest - Adon and Sagat, a couple of Thai's. Mike and Joe (USA), Birdi and Eagle (UK), Lee and Gen (China) all have their own special "tricks." Be quick and strong, or be gone!

Godzilla: Kaijuu Daikessen

Godzilla: Kaijuu Daikessen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 9, 1994

Godzilla Kaijuu Daikessen ("Godzilla: Monster War") is a 2D fighter for the Super Famicom featuring famous Toho kaiju. While the game was released in Japan only, a US version was in production at one point under the working title Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters. It is the sequel to the 1993 TurboGrafx-CD Godzilla fighter Godzilla: Battle Legends, also developed by Alfa System.

Gunparade Orchestra: Shiro no Shou

Gunparade Orchestra: Shiro no Shou

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 12, 2006

Gunparade Orchestra: Shiro no Shou is an Adventure game, developed by Alfa System and published by SCEI, which was released in Japan in 2006

Kenran Butou Sai: The Mars Daybreak

Kenran Butou Sai: The Mars Daybreak

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 7, 2005

Kiaidan 00

Kiaidan 00

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 23, 1992

You take control of a flying robot through seven massive stages. Fight against armies of flying insectoid enemies and other space ships and humanoid robots. The game designs are really similar to early Sunrise animations or Toei classic japanese series like Mazinga Z and Grandizer. Your robot can use different sort of weaponery, from standard blue spreading bullets, to green laser waves and even a sort of 'yoyo' attack. Stages have a standard structure with quite big end of level bosses. Your main weapon can also be charged and trigger a powerful and destructive attack. Use it to finish a boss...

Koukidou Gensou GPM: Gunparade March

Koukidou Gensou GPM: Gunparade March

Sony Playstation - Released - September 28, 2000

Koukidou Gensou GPM - Gunparade March is a Japanese video game that was later turned into a 3 volume manga and a 12 episode anime. The video game, Koukidou Gensou Gun Parade March was released on September 28 of 2000, for the PlayStation video game console. It was developed by Alfa System and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. Due to its creativity and attention to detail, it won the prestigious Seiun Award in 2001. The manga by Hiroyuki Sanadura was serialized in the magazine Dengeki Daioh. The three volumes published by MediaWorks between 2001 and 2003 were translated by ADV...

Linda Cube Again

Linda Cube Again

Sony Playstation - Released - September 25, 1997

Linda Cubed is an esoteric horror RPG released for the Playstation in Japan. It is based around the adventures of a man and woman who attempt to capture creatures while an asteroid hurdles towards Earth. Linda Cubed Again is an esoteric RPG from the past that combines horror with monster collection in a new and unique way. Neo Kenya is the name of a world that is endanger of being completely annihilated by an asteroid. The armies of Neo Kenya have searched for every conceivably way to prevent the coming catastrophe. When the inhabitants of the world turn to a dark god, their prayers and...

Linda³

Linda³

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 9, 1995

Linda³ Again is an esoteric JRPG that combines elements of psychological horror with monster collection. Neo Kenya is the name of a world that is in danger of being completely annihilated by an asteroid. The armies of Neo Kenya have searched for every conceivably way to prevent the coming catastrophe. When the inhabitants of the world turn to a dark god, their prayers and nightmares come true. The game was originally released for the PC-Engine in 1995 under the title of Linda³. Players start the game off with two characters, Linda and Ken. The story in the game is portrayed through a series...

Linda³ Kanzenban

Linda³ Kanzenban

Sega Saturn - Released - June 16, 1998

Linda³ Kanzenban started it’s life as a PC Engine game developed by MARS. It was later ported by Alfa System to the Playstation and then to the Saturn, both of which featured updated graphics and anime cutscenes. The Saturn version includes content that was censored in the Playstation version of the game due to explicit violence and gore. The Saturn version also featured a 24-track soundtrack CD with three karaoke tracks. Linda is a really weird game. It’s the juxtaposition of cuteness and gore that’s so bizarre… and cool! The game is set in Neo Kenya, a doomed world waiting on an...

Neon Genesis Evangelion: Tsukurareshi Sekai: Another Cases

Neon Genesis Evangelion: Tsukurareshi Sekai: Another Cases

Sony PSP - Released - April 27, 2006

Neon Genesis Evangelions: Tsukurareshi Sekai - Another Cases" was released by Bandai-Namco in Japan in 27/04/2006. It's a game for the PSP system which consists in a port of "Neon Genesis Evangelion 2" (released for PS2 in 2004) with many extras and gameplay enhancements. A limited edition was also released to celebrate Evangelion's 10th Anniversary, with a special package titled "Memorial Box" which featured different artwork for the game case & disc, and most important, two bonus UMD video with the "Death & Rebirth" and "The End of Evangelion" movies. The genre of this game (usually...

Ore no Shikabane o Koete Yuke

Ore no Shikabane o Koete Yuke

Sony PSP - Released - November 10, 2011

Ore no Shikabane o Koete Yuke is a Role-Playing game, developed by Alfa System and published by SCEI, which was released in Japan in 2011.

Ore no Shikabane wo Koete Yuke

Ore no Shikabane wo Koete Yuke

Sony Playstation - Released - June 17, 1999

Ore no Shikabane wo Koete Yuke is a Life Sim and turn-based RPG designed by Shoji Masuda, where the player must break a curse placed on his bloodline. The game was originally released for the PlayStation in 1999, and it received an enhanced remake for the PSP in 2011. In Ore no Shikabane wo Koete Yuke (Over My Dead Body) the main character (a demon hunter), offspring of some 'legendary hero,' becomes cursed (after fighting with a demon) with an affliction that has him age 50 times faster than normal - only giving him two years to live. His children then suffer from the same curse. Making...

Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines

Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines

Sony Playstation Vita - Released - 2014

Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines is set 100 years after its predecessor, with no direct story connections between the two games.[11] The story is based on a cursed bloodline destined to fight against a demon.

Phantasy Star Portable

Phantasy Star Portable

Sony PSP - Released - March 3, 2009

Sega's long-running RPG goes handheld for the first time in North America with Phantasy Star Portable, a story set between the events of Phantasy Star Universe and Ambition of the Illuminus. Players return to the Gurhal system where they join the new character Vivienne in an attempt to investigate and clear out an area contaminated after the perceived eradication of the alien SEED menace. Gamers can choose from a wide variety of options when creating a custom avatar, and then set about meeting new characters and collecting more than 150 items. Multiplayer fans can also join up to three friends...

Phantasy Star Portable 2

Phantasy Star Portable 2

Sony PSP - Released - September 13, 2010

Return to the Phantasy Star Portable world in a global online multiplayer experience! The Phantasy Star series returns to the PlayStation Portable for an exciting new adventure, bringing all new content and returning the series back to its online roots. Picking up three years after the exciting Phantasy Star Universe saga, Phantasy Star Portable 2 brings the series to its conclusion as players take on the role of mercenary to save the Gurhal system. Phantasy Star Portable 2 offers a gigantic dose of original content from new combat moves, weapons and character customization options. New to the...

Populous

Populous

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - April 5, 1991

Ever felt underpowered and lacking in omnipotence? Well now is your chance to live the dream in Populous, Bullfrog's seminal god game. Domination is the aim here - you control a community of cute little guys and must build a population greater than your computer controlled rival. Starting with a house or two, you are at first limited to raising and lowering the ground - the flatter the ground around a domicile, the more advanced it becomes, up to the level of a sturdy fort. But this is not the extent of your power. More houses mean more people, and more people means the higher your little...

Shikigami no Shiro

Shikigami no Shiro

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 27, 2002

Shikigami no Shiro (式神の城, lit. Formula-God's Castle), released in North America and Europe under the title of Mobile Light Force 2 and in some PAL regions as MLF2 - Mobile Light Force 2, is a 2001 shoot 'em up developed by Alfa System and is the first game in the Shikigami no Shiro series. It was originally released as an arcade game and later ported to the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Microsoft Windows. The game was titled Shikigami no Shiro Evolution (式神の城 Evolution) for its revised version for Xbox, which was then ported to Windows as Shikigami no Shiro EX (式神の城 EX). When localized,...

Shikigami no Shiro II

Shikigami no Shiro II

Windows - September 13, 2004

In the recent past, a band of champions gathered to engage this threat. Using weapons forged by the great magicians and masters of arcane sciences, the heroes managed to banished the demons, quelling their thirst for conquest! The time: 2006, the distant future. The Demon Gods and their mystical castle have reappeared above the skies of Tokyo City with the goal of continuing the dominaiton and conquest of humanity. Can the heroes of recent legend return to defeat the nemesis of all mankind? The tools for defeating the gods are trapped within the very castle in which the demons reside. The...

Shikigami no Shiro III

Shikigami no Shiro III

Windows - September 29, 2006

The game plays much like its shooter predecessors. As before, there are five levels each in two parts, with a boss at the end of each part. Before major bosses and between levels there are cutscenes with dialogue featuring the character(s) in play. The dialogue is unique for each different pair of characters selected, resulting in, according to the publisher, 55 different scenarios. This game was released only in Japan.

Shikigami no Shiro III

Shikigami no Shiro III

Taito Type X - Released - February 28, 2006

Shikigami no Shiro III is a bullet hell released in Japan in video arcades in 2006. The game plays much like its shooter predecessors. As before, there are five levels each in two parts, with a boss at the end of each part. Before major bosses and between levels there are cutscenes with dialogue featuring the character(s) in play. The dialogue is unique for each different pair of characters selected, resulting in, according to the publisher, 55 different scenarios. Each character has a primary standard attack, which is generally forward-shooting bullets. This is activated by tapping the fire...

Shinseiki Evangelion 2: Evangelions

Shinseiki Evangelion 2: Evangelions

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 20, 2003

Shinseiki Evangelion 2 is an Evangelion-based RPG video game, released in 2003 for PlayStation 2, and later a PSP version was released in 2006. It allows the player to follow several characters through several different versions of the plot of the series. The game itself is a combination of an RPG, a raising game, and a dating sim rolled into one. Hideaki Anno was heavily interviewed for the Classified Information files, and is also credited for the Events engine in the game.

Shinseiki Evangelion 2: Tsukurareshi Sekai: Another Cases

Shinseiki Evangelion 2: Tsukurareshi Sekai: Another Cases

Sony PSP - Released - April 27, 2006

Neon Genesis Evangelion: Tsukurareshi Sekai - Another Cases is an Action game, developed by Alfa System and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 2006.

Simulation Zoo

Simulation Zoo

Sega Saturn - Released - February 7, 1997

Simulation Zoo (シミュレーションズー) is a Sega Saturn game developed by Computer & Entertainment Inc.. It stands as C&E's only licensed video game for a Sega system - their previous works for the Sega Mega Drive had all been produced without a license and released only in mainland Asia.

Susanoou Densetsu

Susanoou Densetsu

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - April 27, 1989

The game is loosely based on the story of the manga, which was never actually completed. The player controls Susano-o in his awakened form and travels a post-apocalyptic world to track down and defeat the demons who had caused the world's end. While in towns the player can talk to NPCs, acquire quests, rest at inns and purchase items and equipment from vendors. On the world map between locations, the player can see monsters roaming around (not unlike Zelda II: The Adventure of Link) and will enter combat if they get too close. These fights are entirely tactical and require that the player move...

Taklamakan: Tonkou Denki

Taklamakan: Tonkou Denki

Sega Saturn - December 27, 1996

Takuramakan: Tonkou Denki

Takuramakan: Tonkou Denki

Sega Saturn - Released - December 27, 1996

Long ago, a cruel demon tried to destroy a sacred spring in the caves. He was subdued for a while, but reemerged stronger than ever before. For centuries, travelers who came from far and wide in search of the healing waters of the spring had to contend with this dark force. Your task is to enter the 12 caves and attempt to solve the countless ancient puzzles that stand before you.

Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2

Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 25, 2002

Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2 is a Role-Playing game, developed by Alfa System and published by Namco, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3

Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 6, 2005

Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3 is a Role-Playing game, developed by Alfa System and published by Namco, which was released in Japan in 2005.

Vampire Panic

Vampire Panic

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 24, 2004

The year is 1806, and the small town of Insel in the kingdom of Berkgard is being terrorized by vampires. The ISLA -- the International Spiritually Liberators Association -- is an organization dedicated to eradicating the threat of vampires wherever they may be found. With Insel paralyzed by these nefarious creatures, the ISLA has sent three of their most capable agents in to protect the people and kill the vampires. Vampire Panic is a third-person action game with minor adventure and stealth elements. Controlling one of the three ISLA agents, the player must eliminate the vampire...

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