Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - 2003
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 28, 2001
7 Blades is set in feudal Japan on a man-made island called Dejima. The main character is Gokurakumaru, an incredibly violent mercenary with a checkered past. Gokurakumaru travels the land of Dejima with Oyuri, who disdains the use of swords and trusts her life to her firearms instead. Gokurakumaru also travels with Togizo, his slightly dubious sidekick. Though Togizo is not much of a sword fighter, he provides comical relief to the story and unwillingly carries the swords of Gokurakumaru's fallen enemies as trophies.
Arcade - Released - 1988
Konami '88 (also known as '88 Games or Hyper Sports Special) is the third in the Track & Field game series by Konami, where you test your Olympic skills against other world-class athletes. As the name implies, it is loosely based on (and not licensed by) the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. Bronze or silver medals are not good enough - you have to go for the gold to get to the next event. However, you must at least qualify in each event in order to compete in the next event.
Microsoft MSX - October 1, 1987
A special version of the original F-1 Spirit, A1 Spirit: The Way To Formula-1, was released as a pack-in with Panasonic's "Joy Handle" game controller. The chief differences is that it features futuristic vehicles instead of racing cars, different passwords (e.g. "PANASONIC" to see the ending demo), and some bugfixes.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - November 4, 2010
This game requires a Kinect™ Sensor. A pick-up and play, simple and easy Kinect-only title! Using the latest technology of Kinect, experience total game immersion so you feel like you're actually riding on a real board! You play as a cool monster in Adrenalin Misfits. Race against 7 enemy monsters throughout 7 worlds! Beating enemy monsters allows you to play as them as you progress in the game. Of course, you can use your favorite avatar to ride a board! Winning in a tournament and clearing under various conditions will get you original boards! These new boards will enhance your speed,...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 20, 2001
Adventure of TOKYO DisneySEA is a theme park action adventure game. It is based on the Tokyo DisneySea aquatic theme park that was opened on the fourth of September, 4 years ago. The game lets you experience the actual park, virtually, by exploring seven of the different Disney underwater environments. To make your way through each attraction you must solve puzzles and defeat bosses, some of which you will be familiar with from certain Disney shows and movies.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1994
Now there is The Adventures of Batman and Robin. "What's the difference?" you ask. Precisely,. Batman battles through the eight toughest levels of villainy to hit your TV screen. You'll be dazzled by the animation-style graphics. You'll be awed by great sound and a stirring musical score. You'll swear you were watching the hit animated seriesexcept for one tiny detail. YOU CONTROL THE ACTION! Using a combination of brains and brawn, you decide the fate of Gotham City as you strategically lead Batman on his mission to eradicate violence and mayhem. Operating out of the top secret Batcave,...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1989
Your best girl Annabelle has been kidnapped by the evil Gordon, the "gangster king of Bourbon Street", and as Bayou Billy it is your job to get her back! Bayou Billy is an arcade action game with three different types of gameplay: fighting, shooting, and driving. The fighting sections take place in both swamps and cities, where you can punch, kick, and jump kick the numerous enemies (and swamp creatures!) you will encounter. The shooting section can be played with either the NES Zapper or the controller. You have a limited amount of ammo to get through the level, and if you run out of it you...
Sony Playstation 2 - March 13, 2003
Aerobics Revolution is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2003.
Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - April 24, 1987
Ai Senshi Nicol is a top down, action shooter. You play as titular character Nicol, as he fights through a horde of aliens to save his abducted girlfriend. Armed with only a blaster, he must fight his way through 7 levels to be reunited with his loved one. In order to progress, you must search each stage for three crystals. Once these are collected, you're shuttled off to the next area. Power-ups are scattered through each of the stages, some have permanent effects, such as increasing the power of your weapon, while others serve as temporary armor. Along the way, you'll be impeded by...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 9, 1999
Ever been screaming along at Mach 2 and ordered to drop 6,000 pounds of bombs on a target no bigger than a Yugo? Or get that feeling of multiple bogeys closing in on your tail for a lock-on to blow you out of the sky? You've been contracted by a mercenary group to fuel-up, strap-in and snuff out the enemy. And to sweeten the pot in this "The more you take out, the more you take home" deal, you can upgrade your ride, choosing from over 30 different aircraft to get the job done. You in? Then get ready to grab some serious air!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 16, 2002
Strap into your cockpit and blast through the gut-wrenching world of flight combat. Your adrenaline pumps as machine gun fire pelts off your tail, you execute back-breaking barrel rolls and experience dog-fighting action. Take your pick of over 70 planes, including military fighters rendered from actual aircraft. With a full range of extreme missions to numb your senses, AirForce Delta Storm pushes your Game Boy Advance to the sky!
Sony Playstation 2 - February 3, 2004
Fly with the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Element squadrons as you defend country and, eventually, Earth itself from attack. Pilot aircraft that span sixty years of aviation including WWII prop planes, Korean War jets, rare prototypes, and even aircraft from previous Konami games like the Vic Viper and TwinBee. Between missions you can explore the base and talk to wingmates, buy new aircraft and special weapons, modify or repaint existing aircraft, and get mission briefings. Missions can have varied objectives, but any enemy crafts shot down will reward money used to buy, modify, and repair aircraft....
MS-DOS - Released - 1989
In this arcade shoot'em up your mission is to infiltrate the alien fortress during eight levels, and to destroy the fortress and the alien. Sitting in Ajax H.Q., you must pilot the remote controlled drone ship to do this. The drone represents jet fighter (behind view) and helicopter gunship (top-down view). It may be moved on the screen, fire air-to-air and air-to-ground guns and pow bomb. Limitless hordes of mechanoid invaders, whose sole intent is the total domination of the Earth, will try to stop you. Exit from each level is guarded by the powerful boss, who you should...
Arcade - Released - 1987
The player has been issued an emergency order. He must save the earth from being conquered by enemy forces. He climbs into his helicopter and prepares for intense aerial combat. Shooting oncoming enemy aircrafts and bombing the enemies below, he tries to make his way through the different stages to reach the enemy base. When he finishes the first stage, he is transported to his next mission by ab aircraft carrier. He hops into his jet fighters, tanks, ships, helicopters, and aircraft carriers. The player must also be aware of unseen enemies and surprise attacks. Different kinds of power ups...
Sharp X68000 - Released - July 23, 1993
Akumajou Dracula is the name of the 1993 Castlevania game released in Japan on the Sharp X68000 home computer system. It is a remake of the original Akumajou Dracula game. This version received redesigned stages and added items taken from games released after the original. Roughly half the stages were directly remade from the original game, with the exclusive stages mostly taking elements from other games. This release is notable for its high difficulty level.
Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - September 26, 1986
Every hundred years, the dark vampire known as Dracula resurrects and terrorizes the land. A vampire hunter named Simon Belmont bravely ventures into the Count's mansion in order to defeat him. Along the way he'll have to defeat skeletons, bats, fishmen, medusa heads and other evil creatures. Castlevania is a side-scrolling platform action game. The player takes the role of Simon Belmont, who is able to jump and crack his whip directly in front of him. Power-ups can be obtained by defeating enemies or by whipping candles that appear in the castle. One such power-up increases the power and...
Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - August 28, 1987
The game's setting takes place seven years after the original Castlevania. The prologue begins when Simon visits his family's resting ground. His back is critically injured from his last encounter with Dracula in the previous game. He suddenly feels someone's presence, and turns to see a young woman standing within the mist. She tells him that a curse was placed upon him by Dracula during their last battle, and that he does not have long to live. The woman continues to say that the curse can be undone if he resurrects Dracula himself. She further explains that Dracula's body was split into...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 29, 1993
Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (Akumajou Dracula X: Chi no Rondo) is a 2-D side-scrolling platformer with a gothic horror theme. Released in 1993, this game features the ability to save a player's progress, advances the plot via full-screen cutscenes, and utilizes CD audio tracks instead of the PC Engine's HUCard, producing a higher quality of musical audio. Set in the year 1792, you play as Richter Belmont, a vampire hunter. The dark priest Shaft has kidnapped Annette Renard, Richter's main love interest, and taken her to Castlevania along with a handful of other female victims. Wielding an...
Sega Saturn - Released - June 25, 1998
Akumajo Dracula X: Gekka no Yasokyoku is an entry in the Castlevania series released for the Sega Saturn exclusively in Japan in 1998. Western gamers know this game as Castlevania: Symphony of the Night - the name the PlayStation 1 version of the game and all successive re-releases. It is a direct sequel to Akumajo Dracula X: Chi no Rondo for the TurboGrafx-CD and the second and final Castlevania game to be released on a Sega system, following Castlevania: Bloodlines.
Nintendo Entertainment System - October 19, 1990
Kid Dracula is an unusual side-scroller from Konami. It's a parody of the company's popular Castlevania series. Instead of playing as a member of the Belmont family, you play as young Kid Dracula. You have been woken up from your sleep by the evil demon Garamos, who's been wrecking havoc in Dracula's Castle. It's up to you to stop him by traveling across several different locations, including Dracula's Castle, New York, the Sea, and Egypt! Gameplay consists of very standard jump and shoot platform action. As you progress through the 8 levels, you gain the ability to perform spells, such...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 22, 1994
Albert Odyssey 2: Jashin no Taidou is a tactical role-playing video game developed and published by Sunsoft for the Super Famicom and released in December 1994. It is the sequel to the original Albert Odyssey and retains many of the same gameplay and story elements while featuring enhanced graphics and battle features. The game is set ten years after the previous title and follows the story of Dean, a young warrior who is enthralled by the exploits of the hero Albert who saved the world a decade earlier from an evil magician. Setting off on his own journey to investigate the conflict, Dean...
Arcade - Released - August 1, 1990
Hadley's Hope lost contact with the Weyland-Yutani staff, so the Colonial Marine troops of the USS Sulaco decided to send their team to investigate. Players take the role of either Lieutenant Ellen Ripley or Corporal Dwayne Hicks as they fight their way through Xenomorphs before killing their Queen, which is a stowaway in the Sulaco. Three of the levels also featured Newt, where the players must rescue her from the Aliens.
Atari 2600 - Released - January 1, 1982
As a paintbush, run over the borders of each rectangle to color them in in order to complete the level, while avoiding enemies. You can force them to jump to help you if they get in your way up to 3 times per level or life span. As the player progresses from level to level the number of enemies and their speed increases.
Arcade - Released - 1981
Amidar is an arcade game programmed by Konami and published in 1981 by Stern. Its basic format is similar to that of Pac-Man: the player moves around a fixed rectilinear lattice, attempting to visit each location on the board while avoiding the enemies. When each spot has been visited, the player moves to the next level.
Casio PV-1000 - Released - January 1, 1982
Amidar is an arcade game programmed by Konami and published in 1981 by Stern. Its basic format is similar to that of Pac-Man: the player moves around a fixed rectilinear lattice, attempting to visit each location on the board while avoiding the enemies. When each spot has been visited, the player moves to the next level.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 22, 2005
An action platformer based on the 2005 anime series of the original manga..
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 1, 2006
Animal Yokochou: Doki*Doki Shinkyuu Shiken! no Kan is an Action game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2006.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1994
Help Yakko, Wakko, and Dot stop the movie madness caused by Pinky & The Brain's plan to take over the world! The Brain stole Hollywood's hottest new movie script. As the Warner Bros. CEO, I'm giving you (and the Animaniacs) the job of finding the script's missing scenes by searching through 7 Warner Bros.' movie sound stages filled with hilarious hi-jinks. Watch for Tinsel Town Traps and Movie Classic Power Ups scattered throughout the "Ocean of Door", "Adventure Kingdom", "Sci-Fi Scene" and "Fantastic Fantasy Zone".
Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1994
Animaniacs is a video game that is based on the hit animated series of the same name. Unlike regular platform games, the player usually runs from the enemies rather than fighting them. Characters include Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, Pinky and the Brain, most of the supporting cast, as well as Ralph, the Warner Brothers studio guard. Animaniacs was made into two games which bore no relation to each other in terms of gameplay, despite both being made by Konami. One was for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and the other was for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Game Boy. The SNES and Mega...
Nintendo DS - July 13, 2009
Ant Nation is a real time strategy video game from Konami for WiiWare and Nintendo DS. The WiiWare version was released on July 13, 2009 in North America and the Nintendo DS version was released on September 8, 2009.
Nintendo Wii - July 13, 2009
Can YOU build the toughest Ant Nation? The beloved childhood pastime of lazy Sundays spent with a magnifying glass and an ant farm finally arrives in its most mischievous form via the WiiWare service! You must train your colony of Super Ants using a devilishly fun toolset. Zap, torch, and manipulate your ants to make them numerous enough and tough enough to survive a variety of increasingly difficult challenges! • Zap your ants with lasers, fry them with your trusty magnifying glass, send down lightning and much more to build them to be the strongest Ants on the block! • Send...
ColecoVision - Released - 1984
As a penguin, you must travel around Antarctica, making your way between bases before time runs out. This sounds easy, right? Wrong. Hindering your progress will be ice crevices and leopard seals. You can jump over the crevices, but jumping over the leopard seals may be difficult. You can speed up or slow down the penguin to avoid both of these hazards. The bases include Australia, France, New Zealand, USA, Argentina, UK, and Japan. You can collect flags and eat fish for points. Collecting a flashing flag will allow you to wear a propeller that enable you to fly over those hazards.
Microsoft MSX - December 1, 1983
The player takes the role of an Antarctic penguin, racing to disparate research stations owned by different countries in Antarctica. Penta must reach the next station before time runs out while avoiding sea lions and breaks in the ice. Throughout the levels, fish jump out of ice holes and can be caught for bonus points. The game, like many early video games, has no ending – when the player reaches the last station, the game starts from the first level again, but with increased difficulty.
Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - August 11, 1987
The Arumana, a legendary red jewel, has been stolen, and the villagers have all turned to stone. Now it's up to Kaito to retrieve the jewel and restore it to its rightful owners. The action takes place from a side-scrolling perspective. The protagonist must advance through six stages using his wits, his weapons, and his trusty grappling hook. The grappling hook is extremely indispensable as it is used to climb upwards to out-of-reach ledges. This skill is used frequently as it is required to advance through the often vertically oriented stages. Kaito begins with nothing more than a set of...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance
Ashita no Joe: Masseki ni Moe Agare! is a Sports game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2003.
Sony Playstation 2 - July 8, 2004
When darkness falls and thoughts turn to those of tragic heroes, one must give consideration to the tale of Ashita no Joe. From destitute beginnings in the Doya slums and bleak prospects to the top ranks of the boxing elite, Joe Yabuki became a hero to manga readers and college students across Japan during the tumultuous 70s.
Arcade - Released - 1992
Asterix is a horizontal-scrolling beat'em up arcade game released in 1992 by Konami. It is based on the French comic series Asterix and Obelix. The player fights as either Asterix the Gaul or his best friend, Obelix, as they take on the 'might' of the oppressive Roman Empire. Asterix includes a variety of humorous fighting moves, which are demonstrated in the game's attract mode. The artwork and feel of Asterix remains true to its French source material, and the game's many humorous touches (such as the way defeated Legionnaires crawl away) will be instantly familiar to fans of the comic-book...
Microsoft MSX - May 1, 1984
On your mark! Get set! GO! Your physical prowess is tested to the limit all hazards. You can almost hear the wild shouts of the crowd ring in your ears as they urge you on to the goal line. Exciting fun for all ages!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 11, 1992
KISS YOUR AXELAY GOOD-BYE. You're stewed. Even though you've got the Axelay prototype combat stratafighter with the most sophisticated weaponry in the Illis solar system, the 3-D graphics and perspectives are so realistically shocking that you'll probably freak out and bury the ship in an asteroid. Nevertheless, you're the only remaining hope for a cluster of worlds bonded by one common goal - to suppress the ruthless onslaught brought forth by the Armada of Annihilation in a six level galactic blitzkrieg. The planets of the Illis solar system combined their technology to create a defense...
Sony Playstation - Released - June 30, 1998
Take the role of apprentice monster tamer in Azure Dreams, a role playing game like no other. Includes a flexible story system, random tower map generator, exploration, nurturing and management features that enable you to decide the outcome. Enter the Dream now.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - February 1, 2000
For years, the Monster Tower has beckoned to you and, today, on your fifteenth birthday, you have come of age. You can finally enter the Tower to discover what has happened to your father. Though beware: the tower changes every time you step foot into it. Do you follow in your father's footsteps, or live a peaceful life in the town of Monsbaiya? It's time to choose. Discover demon eggs and breed them to create new vicious monsters. Gain fortune and fame to help your family and town grow in prosperity. Journey to the top of the tower with an ever-changing layout of the floors. Search for...
Arcade - Released - 1984
Badlands (バッドランズ) is a 1984 laserdisc video game developed and published for the arcades by Konami. In the vein of interactive movie games like Wild Gunman, Dragon's Lair, and Cliff Hanger, Badlands lets its players navigate through various animated sequences by pressing a single button at a precise moment (unlike Dragon's Lair, there is no joystick). Since the game is themed as an old West shooter, the function of the button is almost always to fire the main character's gun to fend off against attackers. If the player shoots too soon, he will be hanged for murder. Failing to fire in time,...
Microsoft Xbox - Released - July 11, 2002
The Baseball 2002: Battle Ball Park Sengen is a Sports game, published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2002.
Nintendo GameCube - Released - March 20, 2003
The Baseball 2003: Battle Ballpark Sengen Perfect Play Pro Yakyuu is a baseball video game released only in Japan in 2003. The game features real time commentaries and bench reports, the players have been animated using motion capture technology. It includes 12 teams and 528 real life players.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 31, 1993
The successful movie sequel Batman Returns spawned many different game adaptations. The SNES version presents the story of Batman's encounter with the Penguin and Catwoman as a side-scrolling beat'em'up, with one Batmobile driving sequence thrown in. There are two varieties of the beat'em'up levels. One plays like Final Fight and similar games: Batman can move in two dimensions, beating up his enemies with various punches, kicks, combos and special moves. Special gadgets to be used include the famous Batarang to take out enemies from a distance and "Test Tubes" filled with chemical...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 23, 1992
Frigid winter winds swept over an already chilled Gotham City. Random street crimes were running at an all-time high, despite the holidays. Down below, in the city's frozen sewers, Oswald Cobblepot, known as The Penguin, planned more mayhem and schemed the take over of the fightened metropolis. His loyal army of missle-packing Penguin Commandos and the bizarre Red Triangle Circus Gang are energized by the evil genius of the web-footed orphan. A desperate call to Batman goes up. Partner with Batman to salvage Gotham City from The Penguin's cold-hearted plot. Guide him in swift, life-like moves...
Nintendo Game Boy - November 12, 1993
FROM TV SCREEN TO GAME BOY® SCREEN COMES HEROIC CRIME FIGHTING ADVENTURE. Everyone's tuning in to Batman - The Animated Series. Now, for the first time, this hit TV series becomes an intense video game adventure. The Dark Knight and his partner Robin fight Gotham City's most infamous fiends in five original episodes of sizzling crime fighting action. Batman's strategic use of the grappling hook is crucial for surviving the onslaught of evil enemies. And Robin relies on his hang-from-the-ceiling skills to escape certain doom. Both of our heroes possess fists of amazing strength and must try...
Arcade - Released - 1998
Battle Tryst is Konami's second 3D fighting game. It uses a 3-button control scheme similar to other popular 3D fighting games of the time such as Virtua Fighter or Dead or Alive. Its storyline presents the player's matches as being part of a deathmatch-oriented TV game show and, unusually for an arcade game of its time, presented its story with fully-animated cutscenes scripted by Ghost in the Shell's Mamoru Oshii.
Sony Playstation 2 - March 28, 2006
The legendary rhythm game that started a craze in Japan makes its first outing in America! beatmania features over fifty songs from the classic beatmania and beatmania IIDX games, as well as a few originals. The game includes a special turntable controller with a scratchpad and seven keys. You have to press the seven buttons and move the scratchpad according to what appears on screen, and the better you do, the more points you'll get! This version of the game is different from other releases. Even though the game is called beatmania, it is closer both in appearance and play modes to...
Sony Playstation - Released - 2000
The player is a club DJ who must manipulate the controls according to the instructions on screen to win the praise of the audience. Each game consists of a set number of songs of various difficulties, and each song must attain a certain degree of satisfaction from the audience in order to progress to the next. The Beatmania Controller for Playstation by Konami (Sony ID: SLEH-00021) is used with it. It features a keyboard with five keys and a turntable-like platter.
Arcade - 1998
Follow along with the song by scratching the turntable and pressing the keys as the bars reach the bottom of the screen. If you manage to successfully hit each note on-key perfectly, a combo meter will go up, increasing your score. Do well enough by the end of the song, and you can progress to the next level.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 25, 1999
BeatMania GB2 GotchaMix is an Action game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 1999.
Taito Type X - October 21, 2009
Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius is the 17th installment in Konami's Beatmania IIDX series of music video games. The main motif of Sirius's UI is astronomy, as the game is named after Sirius, known to be the brightest star in the night sky. Sirius adds two additional note types to the game, "charge notes", or Hold-me Notes which must be held for their duration, and the "back spin scratch", a type of scratching which must be spun on one direction continuously and spun again to the opposite side at the end of the note. Selected songs contained these features on the location test build. A new "party...
Taito Type X - September 19, 2012
BeatmaniaIIDX 20 Tricoro is a music video game and the 20th installment of the Beatmania IIDX series of video games. Beatmania IIDX 20: Tricoro retains the basic game play since the start of the series, in which players hit notes that fall from top of the screen using either keys or turntables that need to be scratched, which will fill up the Groove Meter. To pass on, the player must have at least 80% of the Groove Meter at the end of the stage. Both the two new "innovations" introduced in Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius (Charge Notes and Backspin Scratches) are retained.
Arcade - Released - 2002
A rhythm video game developed and distributed by Japanese game developer Konami. It contributed largely to the boom of music games.
Arcade - Released - 1991
Another top-down shooter in the TwinBee series of "cute'em ups". Detana!! Introduces for the first time the characters behind the TwinBee & WinBee fighters, Pastel and Light, and chronicles their journey to save Princess Melora from an evil force that threatens the world. Nevertheless its still all about shooting the heck out of surreal and cute enemies through 6 stages of vertically-scrolling action. Power-ups and upgrades can be gained by shooting the colored bells that some enemies leave behind until they stay the color you want them to, with many combinations possible. A new...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 2, 1994
The fish-faced Plutarkians have devastated Mars--the home planet of Throttle, Vinnie and Modo. These three rebel rodents escaped the mayhem and landed in Chicago, only to find that Limburger, the Plutarkian Leader, set Earth as his next target! No "rescue the kidnapped victim" No phony plots and no unbelievable story lines -- just hard core racing that'll get your blood pumpin' and make the sweat gush out of your pits! You can play in PRACTICE mode, try the MAIN RACE, or tackle the brutal BATTLE RACE. No "mission to save the Earth" Rev up your bike and get ready for some real heavy...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 26, 1993
Upa is the prince of a magical kingdom and the most recent in a line of brave fighters. One day, though, he broke an urn containing the spirit of Zai, an incredibly evil goatish demon who takes the life force of the kingdom's adults and kidnaps all the babies - except for Upa, who is given a magical rattle by a fairy who was trapped in the urn along with Zai. And so, in order to save his kingdom, Upa crawls into action.
Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - April 22, 1988
Upa is the prince of a magical kingdom and the most recent in a line of brave fighters. One day, though, he broke an urn containing the spirit of Zai, an incredibly evil goatish demon who takes the life force of the kingdom's adults and kidnaps all the babies - except for Upa, who is given a magical rattle by a fairy who was trapped in the urn along with Zai. And so, in order to save his kingdom, Upa crawls into action... In this game, you control a little baby. The baby crawls through imaginary worlds, made of candy, chocolate, toys, and other things a baby would dream of. It has to...
Taito Type X - July 29, 2009
The Bishi Bashi is a fun arcade machine where players test their reflexes and dexterity at various minigames. The arcade machine supports from one to three players, or may be linked up to another machine to allow up to six players to play simultaneously! he arcade game controls are very simple; each player has a red, blue and green button, positioned left, right and centre respectively. Each minigame explains its controls before play commences. Some titles of the series, however, make use of a lever, steering wheel or dance pad for the controls instead of the 3 buttons.The Bishi Bashi uses the...
Sony Playstation - Released - June 29, 2000
Bishi Bashi 3: Step Champ is a conversion of the arcade with the same name. This time around dancing and feet coordination is key to success as this outing is specially made to be played with Konami's Dance Dance Revolution dance mat. As usual with the Bishi Bashi games, it's full to the brim with random and rather off-beat mini-games that often times pokes fun at Konami's own franchises (such as Track & Field and Beatmania). Most of the mini-games are either of the button mashing variety (such as the mini-game in which the player has to throw a tantrum faster than his siblings to get a toy...
Arcade - Released - 1987
Black Panther is a horizontal beat'em up and platformer. The protagonist is a black panther with claws that can be used to slash. The other button is used to jump. The goal is to eliminate enemies or overcome obstacles at full speed. Time is limited but you can get more by enhancers and collect other power-ups. At the end of each level there is a final boss.
Nintendo Game Boy - August 1, 1991
YOUR GAME BOY IS ABOUT TO BE PUT ON ICE! The hockey classic, Blades of Steel, blasts out of the NES’ box to crush you against the boards. From the face-off to the final whistle you'll attack the most ferocious hockey pucks ever to strap on video steel. Despite the ice, these guys are real hot heads. So don't slip-up or you'll be swimming in denture grip! All the slash-o-matic action you'd expect from the NES Blades of Steel, including passing, checking, goal tending and slap shooting. Three hard hitting levels (Junior, College and Pro) challenge you to either get better or get...
Nintendo Entertainment System - December 1, 1988
At the beginning of the game, players can select either "Exhibition" or "Tournament" matches. An exhibition match is just one game played against either the computer or another player. Tournament matches are similar to the NHL playoffs. It starts out as one team of the player's choice going against other teams in a playoff style tournament. The team that is successful in beating all of the opposing teams is awarded the Konami Cup.
Arcade - Released - 1987
Blades Of Steel is a hockey arcade action game (gameplay doesn't require the need to worry about statistics or provide the ability to customize teams.) Two players can play against each other, or one player against the computer. In one player mode there are single game and tournament mode options. From time to time a fight may break out, which will provide a close up view of the two players. The player has control during the miniature fight game sequence, with the loser having to spend time in the penalty box. The referee will break up fights that go on too long, and calls a few penalties such...
MS-DOS - Released - 1991
The land of Trazere was once ruled by the powerful and benevolent organization of mages known as Bloodwych. Governed by the Grand Dragon, the Bloodwych supervised over the balance in the land, protecting it from evil and driving it to prosperity. However, the second-in-command of Bloodwych, named Zendick, turned against his group, banished his opponents to the astral plane, and began working on a mad plan - summon the ultimate evil, the Lord of Entropy. The player controls the champion of Trazere, whose ultimate goal is to stop Zendick and restore peace in the country. Bloodwych is an RPG...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 19, 2004
Boktai 2 continues the adventures of Django the Solar Boy as he sets out to rid the world of evil vampires and demons. The second installment in the franchise brings back the solar sensor technology, which incorporates natural sunlight into gameplay. Take advantage of natural sunlight through the built-in solar sensor on the Game Boy Advance cartridge to power up and fuse more than 60 weapons and items. Now you can head outdoors and battle enemies with more weapons, new characters, and a larger game environment.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 16, 2003
Boktai: The Sun Is in Your Hand is the first Game Boy Advance game that uses sunlight to influence gameplay. In the game, you'll follow the adventures of Django, a young vampire hunter on a quest to rid the world of evil. As Django, you must overcome traps, defeat enemies, and fight through the deepest parts of dungeons. Watch out for the amount of sunlight--Django is stronger by day, while the vampires are stronger by night. The game features a solar sensor on the cartridge and a real-time clock system.
Arcade - Released - 2017
Bombergirl is played similarly to other Bomberman games. Two four-player teams play the game at a time and control one of several different characters, in matches where the goal is to destroy the other team's base. The players can place bombs, as well as use character-specific abilities; for instance, Shiro can place several bombs, Momoko can create blocks, Oren can move quickly, and Emera can use ranged attacks. Throughout the match, characters' levels are raised, allowing the player to use special attacks such as a beam sword and a flaming sword. After a match, the losing team's characters'...
Apple iOS - Released - February 10, 2011
The player has a set time limit to destroy as many of the monsters as possible or meet a certain objective. The monsters can be swiped either up or down or to either side in order to create a chain of three of the same monster in a row. Once done so, the chain will disappear and the rest of the monsters will drop down and new ones will be created on top. While the first chain is disappearing, the player can continue to swipe and erase multiple chains of monsters at a time to earn various bonuses. These bonuses can include an increase in time or an increase in fire power or having Bomberman...
Arcade - Released - 2018
Bomberman stars in his own medal game! Use medals to plant bombs and destroy a variety of monsters in this exhilarating action medal game. Kids, parents, and even grandparents can gather together and enjoy this title for all ages.
MS-DOS - Released - 1989
Boot Camp is a slight twist on the sports game genre. The player is in a military boot camp, and needs to pass a variety of training exercises so that they can eventually complete important missions. Some of the events they'll compete in are the obstacle course, firing ranges, iron man race, arm wrestling, and a fight with their instructor. Gameplay is similar to that of the Epyx Games series, with many unique events that must be completed to move on. Two players can play simultaneously, or one player against the computer.
Arcade - Released - 1987
Army recruit gets to work his way through basic training, with events like obstacle courses, shooting, etc. Fail to make the grade and the sergeant politely asks you to "Go home to yer mother!" to which you reply "Darn!"
Sony Playstation - Released - April 4, 1996
Konami's Bottom of the 9th is the first baseball game on the PlayStation to use polygonal players. Batting and pitching relies on aiming cursors, which can be "locked-on" to make things easier for novices. The game has an MLBPA license for real players from the 1995 season, but no Major League Baseball affiliation, so teams are listed by city name only. Eight fictional stadiums are also available, and a complete season along with statistical tracking can be saved to memory card. Don't want to play a complete season? No problem, the schedule can be shortened to 13, 26 or 52 games. Training...
Sega Saturn - Released - October 18, 1996
One of the earliest in Konami's franchise, this version featured 300 actual MLB players at the time, but did not feature the MLB licensed teams. Players can choose to either play against a friend in Exhibition, Season or Playoffs. The gameplay is geared for more of a simulation style of play with the players stats determining on how well they hit, pitch and field. Along with the standard modes for a baseball game, this one also featured the ability to customize their teams and choose any player to create their "Dream Team". It also had a variety of different camera angles to choose from and...
Sony Playstation - Released - July 10, 1997
BOTTOM OF THE 9TH ‘97 brings all of the action of professional baseball to the PlayStation. With an MLBPA license, over 700 major league players are included with their career stats, and motion capture technology recreates all of their nuances. Put those players on the field in any of 15 stadiums in the Exhibition or Training modes for a quick baseball fix. Or, discover the pressure of being down by three runs and coming to the plate with bases loaded and two outs in the Scenario mode. For a more complete experience, tackle the Season, Playoff, or Championship modes. With the innovative cursor...
Sony Playstation - Released - August 28, 1998
BOTTOM OF THE 9TH ‘99 brings all of the action and excitement of professional baseball to the PlayStation. With an MLBPA license, over 700 major league players are included with updated stats, and motion capture technology recreates the nuances of every single player. Get a quick baseball fix by putting your team on the field of 30 stadiums in the Exhibition or Training modes; or discover the pressure being on the mound, up by one run with one out and a man on third, in the Scenario mode. For the most realistic experience, tackle the ups and downs of a season, the playoffs, or a championship...
Nintendo Entertainment System - January 31, 1992
BUCKY'S GONNA NEED A LOT OF LUCK FROM HIS RABBIT'S FOOT! Today's newest renegade space hero, Captain Bucky O'Hare, faces his greatest challenge. His crew, Dead Eye Duck, Blinky, Jenny the Aldeberan Cat and the genius earth boy Willy DuWitt, have been captured by the Toad Empire. Now you must play the role of Bucky, blasting past the fiercest toads in the Aniverse. It's an intense arcade action battle with eight hare-raising levels. Luckily, when you rescue a crew member you can assume their identity and take advantage of their unique fighting skills, like Jenny's Super Mind Blast and...
Arcade - Released - 1992
This video game is based on the cartoon television series Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars under license from Hasbro, Inc. While it is generally classified as a scrolling -platform game, as the player's character is also armed with a laser gun, it adds elements of a scrolling shooter. Much like the cartoon, Bucky O'Hare features colorful animation, and voice actors from the series were hired to participate in the game's cut scenes.
Sony PSP - Released - September 22, 2012
Busou Shinki: Battle Masters Mk. 2 is an Action game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2011.
Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984
Cabbage Patch Kids is a 1984 action/platform game based on the Cabbage Patch Kids franchise. It is the first and only game in the Cabbage Patch Kids Adventures series.
ColecoVision - December 1, 1984
It's exercise time! Anna Lee, one of the Cabbage Patch Kids, is warming up for a day of athletic adventures in the park--and she's taking you along! So stretch your muscles and get ready for a workout. This adventure is no picnic! As you stroll through the park, you'll encounter obstacles they never told you about in the Cabbage Patch. You'll leap onto floating lily pads, jump over cabbages and bouncing balls, and hop over puddles so deep they could float a ship. And that's the easy part! By the time you get back to the Park entrance, you'll know just what kind of physical shape you're...
Sega SG-1000 - Unlicensed
It's exercise time! Anna Lee, one of the Cabbage Patch Kids, is warming up for a day of athletic adventures in the park--and she's taking you along! So stretch your muscles and get ready for a workout. This adventure is no picnic! As you stroll through the park, you'll encounter obstacles they never told you about in the Cabbage Patch. You'll leap onto floating lily pads, jump over cabbages and bouncing balls, and hop over puddles so deep they could float a ship. And that's the easy part! By the time you get back to the Park entrance, you'll know just what kind of physical shape you're really...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 17, 1995
A 1995 Japan-exclusive Captain Tsubasa video game developed and published by Bandai and was the final Captain Tsubasa game for the Super Famicom. This game suffered lots of changes from previous games made by Tecmo, this time you will be playing in a real soccer field and in real time, which means that you need to press certain keys even without having the chance of stopping the time (like in previous games), When a certain player is confronted with a one that he considers his rival (like Misugi and Schneider or Tsubasa and *any other player*, for example) they will have a fight, which is...
Nintendo DS - November 8, 2010
Captain Tsubasa: New Kick Off is a Soccer-RPG for the Nintendo DS using the popular 80's anime and manga license.
Nintendo GameCube - September 12, 2002
Another entry in the saga which began on NES. This game is based on the anime / manga Captain Tsubasa, precisely the "World Youth Team" Arc. It is a mix between a soccer game and kind of a strategy game (you choose action in a list) with added RPG element (improving player's stats). Like in the base material, soccer isn't really realistic (there is a lot of supermoves).
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 26, 1986
If you think it's scary on the outside, wait'll you see the basement! You're in for the longest night of your life. Ghosts, goblins, demons, wolves, bats - creatures lurking around every corner. As you descend deeper and deeper, they get thicker and thicker. Better stick close to the cavern floor - it's your only chance of finding a weapon or two. You're gonna need 'em. Because when you finally meet the Count, you know he'll be going for the jugular. So keep your courage up and your stake sharp. And say your prayers!
Arcade - Released - 1987
A PlayChoice-10 arcade game. You play Simon who must battle his way through the castle using his trusty whip. The object is to fight off the evil enemies on your way to find the Count, and if you're lucky, destroy him.
Nintendo Switch - May 16, 2019
Konami's Castlevania Anniversary Collection traces the origins of the historic vampire franchise. Included is a unique eBook with details provided by developers, artists and others inspired by the Castlevania legacy which sheds a fresh light into the world of Castlevania. Released as part of the Konami 50th Anniversary celebration, relive these timeless classics that helped define the platformer genre. From the Belmont clan to their extended bloodlines and allies, the Castlevania Anniversary Collection is the best first step for anyone to take into the world of Castlevania and the fight...
Sony Playstation - Released - October 8, 2001
The plot of Castlevania Chronicles is similar to that of the first Castlevania: in the end of the 17th century the dreadful vampire Dracula is resurrected after a century of slumber. The people in Transylvania flee in horror, but the brave Simon Belmont takes his Vampire Killer whip and ventures into the ominous castle to put an end to the Lord of Darkness. The similarities to the first installment of the series are also evident in the game's overall structure and basic gameplay, as well as in level design and usable items. Most of the weapons and items from the first game return, with more...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 11, 2006
Castlevania Double Pack is a compilation cartridge of two previously released games: Harmony of Dissonance and Aria of Sorrow.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 12, 1991
AN ADVENTURE YOU CAN REALLY SINK YOUR TEETH INTO. Fifteen years after vanquishing the emperor of evil, Count Dracula, Christopher Belmont now faces a vampire swearing vengeance. Drac’s back. And he’s turned your son, Soleiyu Belmont, into a deadly demon to do his dirty deeds. Now not only do you have to rescue your kid from the Count’s clutches, you have to first track him down in four creep packed castles. And they all contain vile visions of horror. Slimy river serpents and acid spewing snake heads lurk in the Crystal Castle. Angel Mummy and his clan of catastrophic creatures like...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 28, 1987
Castlevania was a cakewalk compared to this bloody curse. You thought you had the Prince of Darkness defanged - eh, Simon Belmont? Well think again, 'cause according to a damsel in distress, evil Count Dracula has left a horrifying curse in his wake. And the only hope you have of ending the terror is to destroy his missing body parts! Talk about your frightening quest, searching a maze of mansions, graveyards and dark, eerie forests - each guarded by man-eating werewolves, fire-throwing zombies and other devilish demons. Your grim chances are kept alive in Transylvania, where cowardly...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1989
Led by the immortal Count Dracula, the greatest army of evil ever assembled is poised to bury mankind in a Tomb of Terror. Destroying this legion of Swamp Dragons, Slasher Skeletons and Forces of the Undead will be the supreme challenge for the mightiest of warriors. Your place in history is 100 years before Simon Belmont's birth. Dracula is young at heart, and it will take more than a stake to penetrate his evil. Luckily, you command the role of Trevor - Simon's forefather and the origin of the Belmont Warlord Chromosones. Trevor has a power never before seen by human eyes - the power to...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 27, 1997
Every legend has a beginning. Now discover the beginning of the Castlevania Legend in Castlevania Legends for Game Boy. In this single-player adventure, you play as Sonia Belmont, the very first in the line of vampire hunting Belmonts. Use your whip to fend off the forces of darkness, as you work your way through six stages of non-linear gameplay. Explore the legendary areas of Castlevania, including the surrounding forest and the infamous clock tower. Don't forget to collect hearts from the torches that litter the stages to gain extra lives. Adjustable difficulty settings allow you to choose...