Sega Saturn - Released - December 20, 1996
Aponasi Gals Olympos (アポなしギャルズ お・り・ん・ぽ・す) is a simulation game for the Sega Saturn.
Sony Playstation - Released - December 27, 1997
Kain is given a mission by his father. Seems a nefarious Dark Lord is threatening peace across the land, and Kain gets to go stop him. Ah, but only beating the Dark Lord isn't enough: Kain must also woo a bride while traveling the land. His childhood friend Asha, who just happens to be female, joins his quest at its beginning. While moving around the land Kain meets more women, while the minions of the Dark Lord want him dead.
Sega Saturn - Released - August 25, 1995
Burning spirit, tough moves. Step into the ring and prove yourself among the greatest wrestlers in the world!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 22, 1994
Fire Pro Joshi All-Star Dream Slam (also known as Zen-Nippon Joshi Pro Wrestling Kounin: Fire Pro Joshi All-Star Dream Slam) is an all-female wrestling game from Human Entertainment and uses their 16-bit isometric Fire Pro Wrestling engine. The wrestlers are all taken from the Zen-Nippon Joshi Pro Wrestling ("All Japan Women's Pro Wrestling") circuit, an exclusively female wrestling promotion that lasted for many years in Japan. As with prior Fire Pro Wrestling games, the mechanics behind the moves, pins and submissions rely more on timing and rhythm than button-mashing. Each bout is...
Sony Playstation - Released - June 24, 1999
The biggest Fire Pro yet introduces new special skills to all the wrestlers, and a deeper story mode than ever before. The burning spirit burns within the 60+ wrestlers included in this newest game in the Fire Pro Wrestling series.
Sega Saturn - Released - December 27, 1996
Fire Pro Wrestling S: 6 Man Scramble is the best Pro Wrestling game released in the video game arena. The incredible selection of wrestlers and shoot fighters makes the game interesting even after your 100th match. The RAM that the Saturn posesses allows for several animations for each wrestler. Step into the ring and make mayhem with 6 men scramble!
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - August 30, 1991
The follow-up to the revolutionary wrestling game from 1989. This sequel features more wrestlers, more distinctive moves and a much larger roster with hidden wrestlers to be discovered.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - June 22, 1989
The first in the critically acclaimed Fire Pro Wrestling series, allowing for rapid wrestling action with unprecedented number of moves and a large roster inspired by wrestling legends from around the world.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 15, 1996
Fight in exciting battle with a roster of 10 powerful grapplers as Fire Pro wrestling comes to life in real 3D! Enhanced soundtrack, better moves, greatest action! Fire Pro Wrestling has never felt so good!
Arcade - Released - 1993
A soccer game from Human (the originators of the Fire Pro Wrestling series) This game has 5 rounds: Final Preliminary Match, Quarter Final, Semi Final, Final and a Special Match. When you win the final you get the "Human Cup" and can play against the "Sepia Dreams" team. If you defeat that team you win the "Greatest Cup" and game is over. If the match ends in a draw there isn't a Penalty Kick, you must insert coins to continue.
Sega Genesis - Unreleased
Jesse "The Body" Ventura Wrestling Superstars is an unreleased wrestling game set to be published by DreamWorks for the Sega Mega Drive. It was sponsored by professional wrestler Jesse Ventura. Little is known about the history of Jesse Ventura Wrestling Superstars. DreamWorks announced the game at Winter CES 1991, began advertising it in the Spring of 1991, and also took it to Summer CES 1991, but each time only released a couple of screenshots. The game was developed by Human, authors of the long-running Fire Pro Wrestling series, and much of the game's content was recycled for the 1992...
Sega Saturn - Released - February 23, 1996
Logic Puzzle Rainbow Town (ロジックパズル レインボータウン) is a puzzle game developed by Human for the Sega Saturn. It is essentially a clone of Nintendo's Picross series.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 8, 1989
Meimon! Daisan Yakyuubu is a Sports game, developed by Human Entertainment and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1989.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 20, 1991
Fire Pro Wrestling has taken Japan by storm, and now it has come to the Super Famicom! 110 unique move are at your disposal, and this is the most realistic simulation of wrestling ever!
Nintendo Satellaview - 1996
Super Fire ProWrestling is a Sports game, developed and published by Human Entertainment.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 25, 1992
The formula is the same, but the game has become much more powerful! More moves, more wrestlers, more mayhem! Up to four simultaneous players can now enjoy the greatest wrestling action on the Super Famicom!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 29, 1993
The action is once again presented in an isometric ring, and players must use timing-based button presses to effectively grapple and pin their opponents. The player can choose from a number of wrestlers, many of whom are from international circuits like the WWE and WCW, who are all homages to actual wrestlers under different names. The player could also make their own wrestler in the game's "create-a-wrestler" editor mode, a series staple.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 22, 1994
In this Special Fire Pro, you are a rookie wrestler working his way up through the ranks. During the journey, you fall in love with the sister of a wrestler named Akira Saeha. The road to the championship bout is a struggle, with loss after loss, both inside and outside of the ring, including you accidentally killing your best friend during a match.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 22, 1995
Fire Pro strikes back, and keeps its place on the throne as a the king of Wrestling Video Games! Now, you can choose from over 80 wrestlers, or go in-depth and create your very own fighter! Fire Pro is here to stay!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - March 29, 1996
In this final appearance of Fire Pro series on 16-bit consoles, the usual roster of over 150 wrestlers from several wresting promotions worldwide including several styles from Shoot or Pancrase to American and Lucha are joined by 80 Create-a-wrestler slots, plus secret wrestlers such as legends Gotch or Thesz or the roster of Blazing Tornado. While all fighters have fictional names, a lot of them are perfectly recognizable by their attire, stance and style. The CAW mode allows the player to create a wrestler from scratch, setting how they look (choosing face, size, clothing and setting...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - June 30, 1995
Super Fire Pro Wrestling: Queen's Special is based on All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling. Every wrestler has three different variations of moves that work at different times; grappling only become available to the player after using the strongest move to weaken the opponent. Creating up to 16 customized wrestlers is a possibility; with a generous display of wardrobe options. The referee has the ability to be knocked out. He cannot do pinfalls or count out opponents who are outside the ring while unconscious. Like in actual wrestling, rope breaks can be ordered by the referee. This game...
Nintendo Satellaview - 1994
Super Formation Soccer is a Sports game, developed and published by Human Entertainment.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - February 3, 1995
Long before the WWE introduced the Divas wrestling matches, in Japan there was a more serious affair, where wrestling skill was more important than breast implants, and matches were "real" (as far as wrestling goes) instead of pillow-fighting or bra and panties fights. In this game in the Fire Pro Series, the cast of the All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling promotion are available, all fighting to win the Red belt, the highest prize of the federation. It's also possible to fight in single matches, tournaments, Battle Royal and Elimination matches. The usual array of options in CAW is present,...
Sony Playstation - Released - April 8, 1999
Zen-Nippon Pro Wrestling: Ouja no Kon is a 3D Japanese wrestling game released in 1999 for the PlayStation. It was published by Human Entertainment (and later Spike) and developed by Human Club. One of the main game features is the Powerball system. This system provides each wrestler with two to four Powerballs that can be used in a match in several different ways. Powerballs allow each wrestler to use a special move that is specifically assigned to them, they can be used to give regular moves extra power, or they can be used to kick out of a pin attempt when your wrestler would not...