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Aitakute... Your Smiles in My Heart

Aitakute... Your Smiles in My Heart

Sony Playstation - Released - March 16, 2000

You're in tenth grade, your parents are out of the country for a year, and your new private school has affairs of the heart as a major elective. If that isn't reason enough to get chummy with the opposite sex, you're also a teenage male, and your father has decided that he'll find you a "really nice" girlfriend if you can't do it yourself. Throw in the fact that the only person you know at this new school is a Casanova who turned down a top-ten prep school because it wasn't coed, and one has the ingredients for a good old-fashioned romance sim. As Shinya Ichinose, the player examines a...

Breeding Stud 2

Breeding Stud 2

Sony Playstation - Released - July 30, 1998

Breeding Stud 2 is the sequel to Breeding Stud - Bokujou de aimashou and the second game in the Konami's horse breeding simulation game series in which the player is the owner of a ranch and he has to train his horses to win races and trophies that he can see in his trophy room. In the game the player can buy new horses, decide which food they will have each week, talk with the different trainers, check the stables, take the horses to the races and all with a 3d graphics engine in the races and in the ranch. At the beginning of the game he can choose the clothes colour of his jockey. The...

Dance Dance Revolution: 2nd ReMix

Dance Dance Revolution: 2nd ReMix

Sony Playstation - Released - August 26, 1999

Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMix, or 2ndMix, is the 2nd game in the Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games. It was released as an arcade game by Konami on January 19, 1999. Although only officially released in Japan, units exist worldwide. It has a total of 32 songs: ten from the original Dance Dance Revolution arcade game and 22 all-new songs. Gameplay: The core gameplay and scoring system of 2ndMix is the same as the previous version of Dance Dance Revolution. The arrows in 2ndMix do not have different color-cycles based on their time signature. The "Vivid" arrow colors...

Dance Dance Revolution: 2nd ReMix: Append Club Version Vol. 1

Dance Dance Revolution: 2nd ReMix: Append Club Version Vol. 1

Sony Playstation - Released - November 25, 1999

Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMix with Beatmania IIDX Club Version, was also released on April 21, 1999. It has a completely different song list from 2nd Mix, instead featuring all 13 songs from Beatmania IIDX. The two arcade machines are designed to be linked to each other, allowing simultaneous play by two to four players (up to two on each machine). One song is selected by IIDX players, and is then played on both machines. For DDR players, only one difficulty is available for each song, although there is a different step set for Doubles mode.[citation needed] If a player on either machine fails...

Dance Dance Revolution: 2nd ReMix: Append Club Version Vol. 2

Dance Dance Revolution: 2nd ReMix: Append Club Version Vol. 2

Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1999

Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMix and Beatmania IIDX Substream Club Version 2 was released on July 27, 1999, and is able to link with Beatmania IIDX Substream. Both machines contain 42 songs, including the 13 from Club Version. Club Version 2 allows DDR players to change the step pattern difficulty before each song, between Basic, Another, and Maniac (or just Basic and Another for Doubles mode). Song selection can be done on either machine, but the game now ends if any one of the players fails the song. Club Version 2 also introduces the Catastrophic level of difficulty for 9-foot...

Dance Dance Revolution: 4th Mix

Dance Dance Revolution: 4th Mix

Sony Playstation - Released - March 15, 2001

The home version of 4thMix was released in Japan on March 15, 2001, for the Sony PlayStation console. It contains 55 songs, including 3 from Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix (which were not present in the home version of that version) and six hidden songs: one from 4thMix Plus and one as preview songs for the next arcade version, Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix. The game also features the 6-panel mode, branded as Solo Mode. The game engine and menus have also been used in two North American versions of DDR, Dance Dance Revolution for the PC, and Dance Dance Revolution Konamix. Konamix was the...

Dance Dance Revolution: Best Hits

Dance Dance Revolution: Best Hits

Sony Playstation - Released - December 21, 2000

Dance Dance Revolution BEST HITS is a music video game that is part of the Dance Dance Revolution series. It is developed and produced by Konami, and was released in Japan on December 21, 2000 for the PlayStation video game console. The game, as the title implies, is a compilation of some of the most popular songs at the time, from the 1st to 3rd Mixes. There was no arcade counterpart. While BEST HITS uses the interface from Dance Dance Revolution 3rdMix, the characters Jenny and Johnny from Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix make an appearance. The other characters are in their 3rdMix...

Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Mix

Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Mix

Sony Playstation - Released - September 17, 2001

The revolution continues with Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix. Featuring your favorite Disney characters and dance mixes of popular Disney tunes, this is the hottest dancing game this side of Magic Kingdom. Get ready to heat up the dance floor and put your skills to the test as you move to the groove. Let Mickey and his friends make your dreams come true as you become a star. - Dance to high-energy remixes of popular Disney tunes, including It's A Small World, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, and Mickey Mouse March. - Select from your favorite Disney characters, including Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck,...

Dance Dance Revolution: Extra Mix

Dance Dance Revolution: Extra Mix

Sony Playstation - Released - July 6, 2001

Dance Dance Revolution EXTRA MIX is a music video game that is part of the Dance Dance Revolution and Bemani series. It was developed and produced by Konami, and released in Japan on June 7, 2001 for the PlayStation video game console. It does not have an arcade counterpart. Many of the songs in the game are from the DDR Solo games, Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix, and preview songs from Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix, including music by BeForU. Some songs in the game are from the DDR Solo games, Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix, and preview songs from Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix—such as...

Dancing Blade: Katteni Momotenshi II Tears Of Eden

Dancing Blade: Katteni Momotenshi II Tears Of Eden

Sony Playstation - Released - March 18, 1999

Born from a big peach fruit, Momo travels around the world to find the reason for her existence. Accompanying her is a ragtag group of adventurers: a young boy skilled in the ways of magic; the sexy Kijime; the kind and mild-mannered healer Oinu; and the lumbering armored giant Sarukichi, master of an infinite amount of weapons and gadgets. This second game continues on the story from the first Dancing Blade Katteni Momotenshi, where Momohime transformed into Momotenshi for the first time. It's effectively an interactive action-comedy anime that lasts for about 60 minutes. This time the...

Dancing Blade: Katteni Momotenshi!

Dancing Blade: Katteni Momotenshi!

Sony Playstation - Released - August 27, 1998

Momohime is a young girl who was found inside a giant peach as a child. She is traveling with her friends, hoping to learn more about where she came from. They have heard of another mysterious young girl named Nayotake who lives in the capital, and are heading there to see if there is any connection, but when they reach the capital they find it under attack by strange creatures! Just what is going on, and is there any connection between Momohime, Nayotake, and the mysterious creatures? Dancing Blade is an anime FMV game. The player simply watches each scene as it proceeds; the only...

Dancing Stage featuring Dreams Come True

Dancing Stage featuring Dreams Come True

Sony Playstation - Released - April 20, 2000

On July 27, 1999, Konami released the first "Dancing Stage" title of the Dance Dance Revolution series in Japan called Dancing Stage featuring True Kiss Destination. While the Dancing Stage moniker has been the alternative name for the Dance Dance Revolution series in the European region, a handful of DDR games in Japan also feature this title. The Dancing Stage games in Japan all deviate away from the main DDR series of games and in True Kiss Destination case it featured a themed set of music by the Japanese group of the same name as well as original music from Konami's in house...

Dancing Stage featuring True Kiss Destination

Dancing Stage featuring True Kiss Destination

Sony Playstation - Released - December 9, 1999

On July 27, 1999, Konami released the first "Dancing Stage" title of the Dance Dance Revolution series in Japan called Dancing Stage featuring True Kiss Destination. While the Dancing Stage moniker has been the alternative name for the Dance Dance Revolution series in the European region, a handful of DDR games in Japan also feature this title. The Dancing Stage games in Japan all deviate away from the main DDR series of games and in True Kiss Destination case it featured a themed set of music by the Japanese group of the same name as well as original music from Konami's in house artists.

Dancing Stage Fever

Dancing Stage Fever

Sony Playstation - Released - October 24, 2003

Dancing Stage Fever is a home video game in the Dancing Stage series, the European counterpart to Dance Dance Revolution. It was released in Europe and part of Asia in October 2003 by Konami, as part of its family-oriented 'Bemani' series. It was released in both a PlayStation 2 and a PlayStation version at the same time. The latest addition to the popular series of dancing games, Dancing Stage Fever not only offers another welcome opportunity to get your dance mat hooked up to your PlayStation, but also throws in some new goodies to keep your feet moving that bit longer. The crux of the...

Dancing Stage Fusion

Dancing Stage Fusion

Sony Playstation - Released - November 5, 2004

Dancing Stage Fusion, abbreviated DS Fusion or simply Fusion, is a music video game released by Konami to the European PlayStation and PlayStation 2 gaming audience on November 5, 2004. In April of the following year, Dancing Stage Fusion was released as an arcade game. Fusion featured new gameplay features such as EyeToy support for the PlayStation 2 release as well as new music from hit pop artists. The arcade version of Fusion was the first arcade machine in Europe since Dancing Stage EuroMix 2 and set a milestone as the first Dance Dance Revolution arcade machine produced by Konami...

Dancing Stage: Euro Mix

Dancing Stage: Euro Mix

Sony Playstation - Released - February 16, 2001

Dancing Stage EuroMIX is the 2nd release of the Dancing Stage series, the European version of Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games by Konami. The arcade version was released in 1999, followed by the Sony PlayStation version in 2001. An updated "Internet Ranking" version of the arcade machine was released later on, containing 6 new tracks (as advertised by a sticker on the game's name banner). To date, Dancing Stage EuroMIX is one of only two European home versions of the Dancing Stage franchise to coincide with an arcade game, the 2nd one being Dancing Stage SuperNOVA.

Dancing Stage: Party Edition

Dancing Stage: Party Edition

Sony Playstation - Released - November 15, 2002

Dancing Stage Party Edition is a home video game in the Dancing Stage series, the European counterpart to Dance Dance Revolution Konamix. It was released in 2002 by Konami, as part of their family-oriented 'Bemani' series. The game is based on the Dance Dance Revolution 4th Mix engine, follow on-screen arrows to learn the steps or create your own original dance routine. Features four gameplay modes - training, practice, arcade and workout (with calorie counter). The game features 51 songs in total, most of which were written for the game, or developed from Dancing Stage EuroMix. Five of...

Detana TwinBee Yahoo! Deluxe Pack

Detana TwinBee Yahoo! Deluxe Pack

Sega Saturn - Released - September 29, 1995

Detana Twinbee Yahho ! Deluxe Pack was one of Konami's early Saturn games along with Parodius. The pack features two different Twinbee games being the older Detana Twinbee from 1991 and the newer Twinbee Yahho ! from 1995. The main game on this pack is Twinbee Yahho ! It features loads of speech as you'd expect plus far better visuals than the other Twinbee game mixing beautiful backgrounds with a few nice scaling effects. Oh, and let's not forget the far clearer audio.

Eisei Meijin II

Eisei Meijin II

Sony Playstation - Released - December 20, 1996

Eisei Meijin II is a traditional video game released in 1996 by Konami for the Playstation & Saturn consoles. The game was only released in Japan. The game is based on the traditional board game shogi. Eisei Meijin 2 features japanese voice acting, different difficulty levels and a vs mode.

Goemon: Shin Sedai Shuumei

Goemon: Shin Sedai Shuumei

Sony Playstation - Released - December 20, 2001

Goemon: Shin Sedai Shuumei! is the fourth & last game in the Goemon series for the Playstation One console after "Oedo Daikaiten", is a total change of style in the series, since this time the game takes place in the future and the main characters had also changed. The 4 main characters of the game are: Goemon, Ebisu, Sasuke & Yui. The game is set in the future and Goemon and his friends are bounty hunters that got to go to several towns where they will receive the wanted jobs. The places are mountains, cities, woods, mines, ice places, etc. At the beginning of the game in the first...

Goo! Goo! Soundy

Goo! Goo! Soundy

Sony Playstation - Released - September 22, 1999

Goo! Goo! Soundy is sort of like a do-it-yourself Dance Dance Revolution game. You supply the music via your own audio CDs and the game will generate Step charts. You can then dance along with a mat or use a controller. There appears to be a sort of "virtual pet" style twist added on too. You can pick an avatar who can learn new dance moves and eventually transform into new forms. The game can be played with the Dance Dance Revolution Dance Mat.

International Superstar Soccer Pro '98

International Superstar Soccer Pro '98

Sony Playstation - Released - August 11, 1998

International Superstar Soccer Pro '98 or ISS Pro '98 is a football video game which is a continuation of International Superstar Soccer Pro. Originally released in May, 1998 by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo, Inc. Although it still lacked FIFPro licence it featured on its Playstation version cover Italian player Fabrizio Ravanelli along with Andreas Koepke from Germany on German relase and Paul Ince on British. The Nintendo 64 version cover featured Colombian player Carlos Valderrama, and the game featured license from Reebok to use their logos in adboards and the Chilean kits. The...

ISS Pro Evolution

ISS Pro Evolution

Sony Playstation - Released - September 2, 1999

ISS Pro Evolution is a third video game in ISS Series produced by Konami specially for Playstation. In Japan it has been released as Winning Eleven 4. The engine has been recreated providing new player movements, animations and improved graphics. During promotion following taglines have been used: "The King of football returns", "This really IS football!". The new version featured updated player rosters, extended amount of game modes, teams (including club teams for the very first time), stadiums and settings providing highly developed player editor not as long limited only to name edition....

ISS Pro Evolution 2

ISS Pro Evolution 2

Sony Playstation - Released - August 24, 2000

The second installment of the ISS Pro Evolution series, the first ISS Pro game with a proper license, (some players with real names (e.g, Beckham instead of Deckham!). The game has an extended Master League, with 2 division's and more clubs. The game also has more international teams. The game has changed it's gameplay, it's more smoother and more realistic.

J. League Jikkyou Winning Eleven 3

J. League Jikkyou Winning Eleven 3

Sony Playstation - Released - December 11, 1997

International Superstar Soccer Pro '98 or ISS Pro '98 is a football video game which is a continuation of International Superstar Soccer Pro. Originally released in May, 1998 by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo, Inc. Although it still lacked FIFPro licence it featured on its Playstation version cover Italian player Fabrizio Ravanelli along with Andreas Koepke from Germany on German relase and Paul Ince on British. The Nintendo 64 version cover featured Colombian player Carlos Valderrama, and the game featured license from Reebok to use their logos in adboards and the Chilean kits. The...

J-League Winning Eleven Advance 2002

J-League Winning Eleven Advance 2002

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 10, 2002

J.League Winning Eleven Advance 2002 is a Sports game, developed by KCET and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Konami Antiques: MSX Collection Vol. 1

Konami Antiques: MSX Collection Vol. 1

Sony Playstation - Released - November 20, 1997

This game is the first volume of a series of compilations of MSX computer games released by Konami only in Japan. It was also released on the Sega Saturn. This compilation includes the classic games: - Konami's Boxing (1984): A boxing game with a couple of moves, with the standard jabs complimented by body punches and the ability to dodge, duck or raise your guard. Each punch weakens your opponent's strength, although going long enough without being hit can see this begin to recover. A rain of blows can produce a quick knockout, but in general you must hit him many times, and then with...

Konami Antiques: MSX Collection Vol. 2

Konami Antiques: MSX Collection Vol. 2

Sony Playstation - Released - January 22, 1998

This game is the second volume of a series of compilations of MSX computer games released by Konami only in Japan. It was also released on the Sega Saturn. This compilation includes the classic games: - Konami's Golf (1984): Konami's Golf features a challenging 18 hole course and allows you to choose your club, adjust your stance and control your swing, applying hook and slice if desired (or inadvertently added). Wind and ball lie must be taken into account. The game features a split screen with two views, one an overhead view of the entire hole, and the other a 3-D view from your balls...

Konami Antiques: MSX Collection Vol. 3

Konami Antiques: MSX Collection Vol. 3

Sony Playstation - Released - March 19, 1998

This game is the third and last volume of a series of compilations of MSX computer games released by Konami only in Japan. It was also released on the Sega Saturn. This compilation includes the classic games: - Konami's Tennis (1984): Released in 1984, Konami's Tennis plays much like Atari's Realsports Tennis but with ladies instead of men. The game can be played by one player against the CPU, two player singles or two player doubles. A referee in the tower tells whether the ball is in or not. Serving and shooting is a simple matter of timing against the 3D animated ball, and you need...

Lightning Legend: Daigo no Daibouken

Lightning Legend: Daigo no Daibouken

Sony Playstation - Released - December 20, 1996

The setting takes place in the Japan-inspired Kingdom of Japone, where, around 450 years before the story starts, the Demon King Dragless rampaged through the lands until a young hero defeated and sealed him away. After centuries of slumber, Dragless is now showing signs of awakening, and it's now up to the 14-years old Daigo Raioh, descendant of the young hero, to defeat the monster once and for all. Meanwhile, other talented fighters will set out, some for reasons related to Dragless (like Terrific Forelock, the bodyguard and childhood friend of Princess Mirona, who's out to save her after...

Love Hina 2: Kotoba wa Konayuki no Youni

Love Hina 2: Kotoba wa Konayuki no Youni

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 2000

Love Hina 2: Kotoba wa Konayuki No Youni is the second Love Hine game on Playstation: The game features a lot of mini games but it needs a Pocketstation to be played. The goal of the game is to get Naru to fall in love with Keitaro.

Love Hina: Ai wa Kotoba no Naka ni

Love Hina: Ai wa Kotoba no Naka ni

Sony Playstation - Released - September 28, 2000

The first Love Hine game on Playstation: The game features a lot of mini games but it needs a Pocketstation to be played. The goal of the game is to get Naru to fall in love with Keitaro.

Mitsumete Knight

Mitsumete Knight

Sony Playstation - Released - March 19, 1998

Mitsumete Knight is a dating simulation game produced inconjunction by Konami and Red Company (of Sakura Wars fame, and now named Red Entertainment). It was released in 1997 for the PlayStation. The characters of the game was designed by Takenami Hideyuki who had previously taken part in designs for Sakura Taisen, and specifically, enemy designs for Sakura Taisen 2. The game itself was modified from Tokimeki Memorial: Forever with You, with improvements including an expanded area to display backgrounds and larger characters. It should be noted however that the gameplay between the two series...

Mugenborg

Mugenborg

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 16, 2003

Mugenborg is a turn-based RPG with robots fights. The game was released only in Japan. The player controls a young boy, who controls robots. He starts in school and fights against other people and their robots. Battles in the game are held in a special ring. The player commands the robot, like in the Pokémon series. He can also walk around and talk to people.

Nakayoshi Mahjong: Kapu Richi

Nakayoshi Mahjong: Kapu Richi

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 25, 2001

Nakayoshi Mahjong: Kapu Richi is a Miscellaneous game, developed by KCET and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2001.

Paro Wars

Paro Wars

Sony Playstation - Released - September 25, 1997

Paro Wars is a turn-based strategy game that, as it turns out, as almost exactly like Military Madness (and even looks similar to that game's spiritual successor, Nintendo's Advance Wars.) You take control of one of 8 factions - which include Hikaru and her bunny girls, Pentarou and his horde of penguins, Takosuke Jr. and his octopi friends, Michael and his pigs, and Koitsu's army of paper airplanes. Other choices include the pandas, the moais, and a set of business suit-clad dogs. You're given a small map with limited resources - the object is to capture factories so you have the ability...

Poy Poy

Poy Poy

Sony Playstation - Released - September 1, 1997

Poy Poy is a multiplayer party game at heart. Grab a multi-tap and four friends and take part in an ultimate battle of skill and wit. The idea is to be the last man standing in this arena based combat game. But don't worry if you can't find a multi-tap or four friends. There's plenty of AI characters to battle in various tournament modes and you can also play a 2 player deathmatch (with or without computer opponents). If it sounds fun now, wait 'till you play it... Set in seven different 3D environments strewn with throwable objects, the game challenges you to a match against three other...

Poy Poy 2

Poy Poy 2

Sony Playstation - Released - May 7, 1999

Poy Poy 2, the sequel to Poy Poy, is a multiplayer party/action-game in which four players battle it out by throwing rocks, bombs, logs, etc. at each other on varying battle arenas. The time limit for each round is 90 seconds and at the end players are awarded points based on their remaining health, how many times they were able to hit others with objects and how many "lucky hearts" they were able to collect from the arena. Players can also choose from a number of psycho-gloves, that give them various special-abilities when used.

Pro Evolution Soccer

Pro Evolution Soccer

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 23, 2001

Pro Evolution Soccer has more than 50 international soccer sides and 16 of the best club teams from around the world - ranging from Manchester United and AC Milan to Leeds United, who were briefly a top side at this time. The player also has a large array of options. The player can play single matches as well as league or cup tournaments, and there is also a training mode. There are 5 difficulty levels, different weather conditions, and injuries are optional, as are extra time and penalty shoot-outs. Players can be designed with a range of physical and mental attributes, as well as...

Pro Evolution Soccer 2

Pro Evolution Soccer 2

Sony Playstation - Released - October 25, 2002

Pro Evolution Soccer 2 is the latest edition of the greatest, most addictive footy sim series. Sticking to the principle that playability comes first, detail and frills second, the series all but guarantees season upon season of pulsating gameplay. Fans of Pro Evolution will naturally have a few gripes about this update. There has been some notable tampering with the terminology: "injury time", for example, is now "loss time". More annoyingly, the club teams have been renamed beyond recognition. Manchester United has been rechristened "Aragon", while the mighty Real Madrid becomes...

Snatcher

Snatcher

Sony Playstation - Released - February 16, 1996

Snatcher is a cyberpunk-themed graphic adventure game produced by Konami, originally released in Japan for the NEC PC-8801 and MSX 2 computer platforms in 1988. It was followed by a CD-ROM-based remake released for the PC Engine video game console in 1992, which was subsequently ported and localized into English for the Mega-CD/Sega CD in 1994. Snatcher was the second video game written and directed by Hideo Kojima, following the original Metal Gear for the MSX2. The game's story centers around an investigator named Gillian Seed, who is assigned to investigate a breed of bioroids known as...

World Soccer Jikkyou Winning Eleven 3: World Cup France '98

World Soccer Jikkyou Winning Eleven 3: World Cup France '98

Sony Playstation - Released - May 28, 1998

World Soccer Jikkyou Winning Eleven 3 World Cup France '98, is a soccer game published by Konami Sports. This game itself, looks like more an enhanced version of Konami's recent games Goal Storm and a world series revised of J-League WE3. You're able to select your favourite team among the 32-qualified team in the World Cup 1998, and even some other 8 good teams. Play in the real World Cup, selfmade tournament, international league, or just in a friendship exhibition. The game features audio comments in six lenguages : English ,French, German , Italian , Spanish and Japanese. GAME...

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