Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1993
It's a tennis videogame adapted from the Manga and Anime of the same name. This is one of the first games the used effects from the Mode 7 technology, simulating third-dimensional tennis arena. During 2003 and 2004 a ROM-hacking group named "RPGOne" translated the game to english and renamed it as "Aim For The Ace! ACE TENNIS".
Microsoft MSX - September 1, 1986
Albatross is a top view golf game that consists of an 18 holes course. You can select your own clubs from 14 drivers, irons and a putter. Further you can adjust your stance, how you hit the ball and your swing. It features a split screen with two views, an overhead view of the entire hole and a more detailed zoom of your ball's current position. The screen also contains a status bar with all necessary information. The gameplay options include single player stroke play, multi player stroke play, or multi player match play.
Microsoft MSX2 - Released - January 1, 1989
The sequel to Albatross brings better graphics, more courses, more options and more challenge than any other golf tournament before!
Microsoft MSX - 1985
This is a slightly strange game where you drive a giant 18-wheels truck racing recklessly in a highway and knocking out of the road innocent cars and ambulances.
Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987
In our universe matter and anti-matter co-exist with each other. However, prevalence of anti-matter may create chaos and eventually disrupt the normal flow of things. In a corner of a universe, a concentration of anti-matter led to the creation of an entire star, breeding forms of life threatening to destroy the world. Human beings, in an effort to save the universe, created the powerful Andorogynus - a life form capable of being male and female at once - and sent it on a mission to destroy the creation of anti-matter. Andorogynus (sic) is a top-down shoot-em-up. The player controls the...
Sega CD - Released - June 25, 1993
A-Rank Thunder Tanjouhen is a adventure game released in 1993 on Mega-CD. The game was developed by Riot and released by Telenet. The game's cover art was created by Yasushi Nirasawa, in his position as a model-builder for Hobby Japan magazine.
The game takes place inside a tall, rectangular playing area, as in Tetris. Columns of three different symbols (such as differently-colored jewels) appear, one at a time, at the top of the well and fall to the bottom, landing either on the floor or on top of previously-fallen "Columns". While a column is falling, the player can move it left and right, and can also cycle the positions of the symbols within it. If, after a column has fallen, there are three or more of the same symbols connected in a straight line horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, those symbols disappear. The pile of...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 1, 1992
Van is a young boy who lives on the planet Idea, a place where technology has not yet reached a high level. One day his sweetheart Laura gets kidnapped by an unknown villain. Van soon discovers that Laura possesses mysterious powers that may grant immortality to the one who marries her. That is exactly what the evil wizard Galam has in mind. Van sets off to rescue Laura, on a quest that involves intergalactic journeys and travel through time. Cosmic Fantasy 2 is a sequel to Cosmic Fantasy: Bōken Shōnen Yuu, and the only installment in the series to have been released in the West. Though...
Sega CD - Released - July 30, 1993
The storyline of the game takes various bits of the manga and mixes them together. It is a merger of "Assassins", "Mythos", and "The Underground Empire of Yomi". The art style of the FMV cutscenes mostly references the character designs as seen from the film Cyborg 009 The Movie: Legend of the Super Galaxy (save for 001 having white hair from the manga), with the voice cast from the film reprising key roles. However, the soundtrack in the game is sourced from the 1960s animated works (particularly Cyborg 009 Monster Wars), except for one track from the 1979 series in the climax. The game...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 29, 1994
The object is to play an evil mercenary named Gene Dorman. Instead of trying to save the world from an evil demon king, he joins forces with him in order to complete missions. Accomplishing each mission allows access to stronger allies, better abilities in addition to promotions in military rank. Sometime in the game, Gene meets up with the so-called "hero" Lux; sharing an undiscovered connection in the process. There is an external clock than can differentiate between day and night. Statues of the Demon King can be found in villages where the people pledge their allegiance to their...
Microsoft MSX - Released - 1987
This version of Megami Tensei has little to do with the Famicom (NES) version (and with Megaten RPGs in general) gameplay-wise. It is an action game with RPG elements, in which you must fight your way through a series of mazes infested with demons, whom you must defeat in real time combat. You find many items and become stronger as the game progresses, but the emphasis of the game is not on character development but on action-oriented combat and exploration of the dungeons.
Sega Genesis - December 1, 1991
Exile is a sequel to XZR. Like its predecessor, it is an action role-playing game with platforming elements, set in a fictionalized version of the Middle East and other world regions in 13th century. Travel and exploration occur in the traditional overhead view of RPGs, while the battles and dungeons are side-scrolling mazes, similar to Wanderers from Ys. Experience points are awarded for defeating enemies. Leveling-up automatically raises Sadler's attributes. Sadler fights with swords and can also cast offensive and restorative spells. Weapons, armor and items can be bought and sold in towns.
Sega Game Gear - Released - July 26, 1991
Griffin is a futuristic action game in which the player controls a tank. The goal is to beat four horizontally scrolling levels. The tank can be moved freely in order to shoot enemies and dodge obstacles. There are four weapons available: regular shots, torpedoes, grenades and a limited supply of smart bombs. Getting hit decreases the life energy, but it can be refilled by collecting power-ups. The reward for beating a level is a still picture of the female tank pilot.
Sega Genesis - Released - June 12, 1992
The set count is even at two... you have a 6-5 lead in the final set tie-breaker... opponent serves... you blast a passing shot down the line! Victory! Work on your strokes and movement, try a few practice matches, then go for the championship!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 21, 1987
Valis: The Fantasm Soldier is a side-scrolling platformer. Wielding the game's titular sword, the main character fights through each level's enemies while jumping across ledges, then confronts a boss at the end of each level. At certain points in the game, gameplay pauses, and cinema scenes regarding the game's storyline play.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 26, 1993
Duke, the son of Count Wein of Neugier, was exiled from the country by his father a long time ago. Traveling in faraway lands, Duke heard that his homeland was under attack. He decided to return to Neugier. On the way his ship was attacked by pirates, lead by a mysterious demon named Ord. After he barely escaped the ship, Duke found his way into his father's castle. He realized now that the pirates' attack and the monsters roaming the castle are connected. Although his father doesn't trust him, Duke is determined to save Neugier.
Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987
Pro Yakyuu Fan Telenet Stadium is a Baseball game, developed and published by Telenet Japan, which was released in Japan in 1987.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992
The most intense threat to the Valis warrior has come to life. . . Eons ago in the passages of time. . . King Gallagher and his generals began a war to possess the Giya world, using the Ring of Titan which has infinite power. The lord of Giya was angered so greatly by this maneuver, he destroyed the ring and sealed Gallagher and his followers into a crystal pillar and buried it deep under the sea. One electrified evening the red moon broke through the clouds and calmed the motion of the sea. The gigantic crystal pillar suddenly rose toward the sky with a thunderous noise, parting the sea in...
Nintendo GameCube - October 23, 2003
Grab your clubs and hit the links in Swingerz Golf. You'll tee up on six courses featuring diverse terrains, from a cactus-filled desert to a classic English course. Play as or against 14 offbeat golfers, each with distinct personalities and golfing abilities. You can battle three of your friends in various gameplay modes, including Tournament, Stroke, Match, and Short Course. With challenging weather conditions, minigames, and intense tournaments, Swingerz Golf gives you a realistic and fun golfing experience.
Sony PSP - November 28, 2002
Tales of Destiny 2 (Japanese: テイルズ オブ デスティニー 2, Hepburn: Teiruzu Obu Desutinī Tsū) is a Japanese role-playing video game, co-developed by Wolfteam and Telenet Japan, and published by Namco. It is the fourth main entry in the Tales series of video games, and a direct sequel to 1997's Tales of Destiny. It released on PlayStation 2 (PS2) in November 2002 in Japan, March 2003 in South Korea and August 2003 in China. The overseas versions were published by Sony Computer Entertainment. An updated port for the PlayStation Portable (PSP), developed by Alfa System, was released in February 2007, and...
Sega Genesis - Released - February 14, 1992
In Traysia the player controls a young man named Roy, who lives in the town Johanna. All his life Roy has been dreaming about leaving the town and going to explore faraway lands. Now, finally, his chance has come. His uncle, a travelling merchant, is going on a journey, and Roy decides to leave with him. His girlfriend Traysia gives him a pendant, to remind him of her... will Roy be able to escape from all the dangers that await him on his long journey and to see Traysia again?
Sega Genesis - March 22, 1991
Somewhere in the Dark World, evil rears its ugly head once again... A black-hearted man named Glames, possessor of a sword named Leethus, threatens the Human World, the Dream World, and the Dark World with complete and utter destruction. A young girl from the Dark World named Cham escapes from Glames, and seeks help to destroy him. She comes to the Human World, searching for the Valis Warrior, Yūko Asou, and more importantly, the Valis Sword. Yuko must now help Cham defeat Glames before the three worlds are torn apart!
Microsoft MSX - December 20, 1986
Yuuko Asou starts another school day as normal. When school ends, it suddenly starts to rain, so Yuuko tries to find refuge. In doing so, she encounters a fellow student, Reiko Kirishima, who talks with her and leaves her with many unanswered questions. Inmediately afterward, Yuuko is attacked by a monster but a sword appears which she uses to protect herself. She tries to run home only to see that the entire city is being attacked by monsters. After defeating them, queen Valia appears in front of Yuuko telling her that the sword named Valis summoned her to save the dream world, Vecanti, from...
Microsoft MSX2 - August 9, 1989
Time passes since the events of Valis and Vecanti is set to rule under its next emperor after Rogles. This new emperor, Megas, wishes to stamp out any trace of the former tyrant, to the point of murdering any supporters Rogles might have had. Furthermore, his bloodthirsty tendencies recognize Yūko and the Valis sword as viable threats to his claim of the throne, and he targets his minions to eliminate her first before she has the chance to thwart him.