Takara

Arcana Strikes

Arcana Strikes

Sega Saturn - Released - December 11, 1997

Arcana Strikes (アルカナ ストライクス) is a 1997 card battling game for the Sega Saturn by Takara released exclusively in Japan.

Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Beybattle Tournament 2

Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Beybattle Tournament 2

Sony Playstation - Released - August 1, 2002

Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Beybattle Tournament 2 is the second game based on the manga for the Playstation One console. The game features 2 different characters in the story mode (a boy and a girl) to choose from, different game modes and new enemies.

Battle Arena Toshinden Remix

Battle Arena Toshinden Remix

Sega Saturn - Released - November 24, 1995

Be prepared to meet your maker! Anything goes in this 360-degree tournament fighter - upgraded for Sega Saturn. You've got to pulverize all 9 opponents - including the never-before-seen Kupeed - with a vast array of special combo moves and expert weapons skills! Losing means paying the ultimate price - your life! Includes a never-before-seen new character and tons of deadly new moves! If you are successful, even greater challenges await you as hidden challengers emerge to take you on!

Battle B-Daman

Battle B-Daman

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 25, 2006

Yamato Delgado dreams of playing B-Daman, the ancient sport of the B-DaWorld—and his dream comes true when he's chosen to wield Cobalt Blade, the most powerful B-Daman ever. Yamato must use Cobalt Blade to compete in B-Daman tournaments and defeat the evil B-Daplayers of the Shadow Alliance, who will stop at nothing to take over the B-DaWorld. Yamato will also meet characters both familiar and unknown on his journeys, including the warm-hearted Alan and the sinister-looking Goblin. Only a few have what it takes to become a B-Daplayer; will Yamato become the B-Dachampion?

Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits!

Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 26, 2006

Battle B-Daman 2 is the follow-up to Battle B-Daman, the game based on the popular animated show and action toys. Return to the life of Yamato Delgado as he faces a whole new group of opponents while playing B-DaMan, the toughest and craziest sport ever invented! In this action game based on the toy franchise, you play as a young boy called Yamato who loves his B-Daman machines more than anything. You'll face off in B-Daman battles with Yamato's rivals, making use of special attacks to emerge victorious. Throughout the course of the game, you'll customize your machines and raise Yamato....

Beast Wars: Transformers

Beast Wars: Transformers

Sony Playstation - Released - December 5, 1997

In BEAST WARS you travel along the planet's surface and explore many areas, looking to destroy any enemies that cross your path. The innovative auto-targeting system locks on to any enemies in your area and makes for some straightforward killing. However, don't think it's going to be easy, as you will have to dodge enemy gunfire at the same time. Eventually, your character will use up his Energon supply and you will have to refuel by transforming into Beast mode. While in Beast mode you cannot attack, and your sole purpose is to find power-ups to restore your Energon. BEAST WARS offers 10...

BeyBlade VForce: Super Tournament Battle

BeyBlade VForce: Super Tournament Battle

Nintendo GameCube - September 23, 2003

Super Tournament Battle immerses you in the Beyblade experience with Beyblade tops and parts, intense tournament competition, and interaction with popular characters. Now you can play as your favorite characters from the TV Show--including Tyson, Kai, and Ray--or create your own Beyblade character. Test your customized Beyblade and strategies in stadiums with magnets, gates, and more. As the matchups get tougher, each spinning, crashing face-off leads you toward the ultimate goal--a Beyblade championship.

Beyblade VForce: Ultimate Blader Jam

Beyblade VForce: Ultimate Blader Jam

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 18, 2003

A sinister group is stealing Bit Beasts from the World Champion Bladebreakers and you must help defend against this mysterious force, using skill, balance, and endurance. Play as any Bladebreakers--including Tyson and Kai, and call upon your best strategies and mightiest Bit Beasts. Unlock more than 100 Beyblade collectibles as you fight through 50 Vforce challenges. It's a battle with the best Bladebreakers in the world, so make sure you've got the fighting spirit.

BeyBlade: Let it Rip!

BeyBlade: Let it Rip!

Sony Playstation - Released - December 5, 2002

Similar to games featuring robots, monsters, or fighters battling for supremacy, Beyblade pits spinning tops, known as bei-goma, against one another in Tournament and Free Battle modes. In the former, players earn ten Bey Points (used to buy parts) and five Experience Points (used to level up) for each victory, but only five and three points respectively for a loss. Tournaments consist of seven rounds, including a semi-final and final round, with the ultimate winner being named champion and earning one of 30 Beyblade parts, while the vanquished receive 20 Bey Points as a consolation...

Brave Saga: Shinshou Astaria

Brave Saga: Shinshou Astaria

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - January 26, 2001

Brave Saga: Shinshou Astaria is a Role-Playing game developed and published by Takara for the Game Boy Color platform. It was never released outside of Japan.

Chibi Maruko-chan Deluxe Quiz

Chibi Maruko-chan Deluxe Quiz

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - January 26, 1996

A Japanese quiz game.

Chibi Maruko-chan: Issho ni Asobou Yo

Chibi Maruko-chan: Issho ni Asobou Yo

Sega Pico - Released - 1995

Chibi Maruko-chan: Issho ni Asobou Yo is an Educational game, developed and published by Takara, which was released in 1995.

Chiisana Kyojin Microman

Chiisana Kyojin Microman

Sony Playstation - Released - November 3, 1999

Microman that appeared more than 20! Faithfully reproduced toy at the time, a figure set up personality. Use different weapons and a variety of Microman, defend your base from acro Year, is dramatic action game movie adopt cutwork system. Possible simultaneous play 2P! By collecting items during the game, you are able to collection of movies and illustrations of the time and Microman CM. One spring day, a small package is delivered to Kohei Kuji, a school boy. When he open the box he found five small action-figures inside. To his surprise, they begin to move around and start to talk to...

Choro Q Jet: Rainbow Wings

Choro Q Jet: Rainbow Wings

Sony Playstation - Released - February 26, 1998

Upcoming "Choro Q" The plane! ! Taming fighter full of personality, to shoot down enemy fighters flying around the various stages, shattered the ambitions of the evil! ! Vulcan and missiles, deadly weapons, various actions, such as rolling or loop can be minimal. The two men in the game I'll enjoy a dogfight incandescent! ! Choro Q Jet Rainbow Wings is a turn in the Choro Q series, since this time the game is not about driving cars, since this game is a 3D shooter game that is divided in different missions. To complete the missions you have to destroy the objetives and after you destroy...

Choro Q Marine Q-Boat

Choro Q Marine Q-Boat

Sony Playstation - Released - June 25, 1998

Choro Q Marine Q-boat is a racing game that take a boat to race. Like the previous game before-that TAKARA has developed (Choro Q series) we can get a lot of boats here, like the ship of Titanic and even in this game there are lot of fish we can get too.

Choro-Q Wonderful!

Choro-Q Wonderful!

Sony Playstation - Released - August 5, 1999

And run through to the town from the city, large adventure unprecedented in "Choro Q"! Mystery, remodeling, adventure, race all Hachamecha power up! This is the culmination of "Choro Q" series! Choro Q who now I'll hold a conversation in Choro Q word. In Choro Q world became even more fun, what adventure wonder if waiting! ? Choro Q Wonderful is another in the series of Choro Q racing games. along the line of ships and planes, this is another car racing game. This game was the latest one for the Playstation One console. Take your car and drive. A wide varitey of tracks offers varied...

Crisis City

Crisis City

Sony Playstation - Released - June 4, 1998

Crisis City is an action game with 3 different game modes: Time Attack allows you to choose any of the seven game characters and romp through a selection of levels at lightning pace. Each character is rated A, B or C with a bar scale highlighting their personal strengths and weaknesses. Comparable to the best beat-em-ups they are all remarkably dissimilar to control therefore each will provide a unique challenge in their own right. Some move extremely swiftly but may only carry a hand pistol while others are a little slower off the mark but are packed with high-power weapons of...

Dragon Attack

Dragon Attack

Microsoft MSX

Dragon Attack

Dragon Attack

Sord M5 - 1983

An advanced new robot fighter takes on attacking mechanical dragons in an exciting space battle! The player operates a fighter robot which must dodge missiles fired by mechanical dragons while returning the fire. The idea is to move the robot to the right or left and fire missiles at the dragons or UFO. One robot is knocked out of the game if it is hit by fire from a dragon, or if a dragon is allowed to move all the way to the base of the screen. Game ends when all three robots have been lost. Each time you score 10,000 points during the game, an additional robot will be provided as a...

Duel Masters Nettou! Battle Arena

Duel Masters Nettou! Battle Arena

Nintendo GameCube - December 18, 2003

Based on the Duel Masters Trading Card game in Japan, Duel Masters: Sempai Legends puts you in the role of a kohai (junior duelist). Your grandfather, a great Sempai (senior duelist), gives you a valuable Duel Masters card, which is soon stolen by a mysterious man. Now it is up to you to travel to nearby towns and villages in hopes of regaining the stolen property. Along the way, you'll face many opponents in Duel Masters tournaments with the hope of one day becoming a professional Duelist.

DX Jinsei Game

DX Jinsei Game

Sega Saturn - Released - December 15, 1995

DX Jinsei Game (DX人生ゲーム ~デラックスじんせいゲーム~) is a gambling game for the Sega Saturn. It was followed by DX Jinsei Game II.

DX Jinsei Game II

DX Jinsei Game II

Sega Saturn - Released - July 24, 1997

DX Jinsei Game II (DX人生ゲームⅡ ~デラックスじんせいゲームツー~) is a sequel to DX Jinsei Game.

DX Jinsei Game II: The Game of Life

DX Jinsei Game II: The Game of Life

Sony Playstation - Released - July 24, 1997

This is the second in the DX Jinsei game series for Playstation. The game uses a 2d graphics engine and got another view in 3D. The player can create an opponent or choose one of the different opponents that the game offers. During the game the player character will change and grow, can get married, buy houses, etc. Resuming he or she will live a complete live.

DX Jinsei Game III

DX Jinsei Game III

Sony Playstation - Released - December 2, 1999

Jinsei Game DX or better known as The Game of Life Deluxe in English is just what you’d expect it to be, a Playstation version of the popular board game in 3D. Actually, this is quite good if you like the original board game. There’s not much else to say really apart than up to four players can play together on different sized boards. This is the third in the DX Jinsei game series for Playstation.

DX Jinsei Game V

DX Jinsei Game V

Sony Playstation - Released - December 5, 2002

Jinsei Game DX or better known as The Game of Life Deluxe in English is just what you’d expect it to be, a Playstation version of the popular board game in 3D. Actually, this is quite good if you like the original board game. There’s not much else to say really apart than up to four players can play together on different sized boards. This is the fifth in the DX Jinsei game series for Playstation. It has 100 different jobs choices! Depending on the type of job, different event happens. Survive the job to be a professional!

DX Jinsei Game: The Game of Life

DX Jinsei Game: The Game of Life

Sony Playstation - Released - March 22, 1996

Jinsei Game DX or better known as The Game of Life Deluxe in English is just what you’d expect it to be, a Playstation version of the popular board game in 2D. Actually, this is quite good if you like the original board game. There’s not much else to say really apart than up to four players can play together on different sized boards. This is the first in the DX Jinsei game series for Playstation. The game uses a 2d graphics engine and got another view in 3D. This game features also the Game of Unsei that is a collection of 6 different mini games: A pair game, a jigsaw puzzle, a time...

DX Nippon Tokkyuu Ryokou Game: Let's Travel in Japan

DX Nippon Tokkyuu Ryokou Game: Let's Travel in Japan

Sony Playstation - Released - December 20, 1996

DX Nippon Tokyyuu Ryokou Game is a classic board game in which the player will play a board table based on tourist travels and answer questions about famous places in Japan. The game features 8 different characters to chose from (males, females, old & young ones). During the game different kind of events can happen depending of which square the players reach and there are even night and day situations.

Fatal Fury

Fatal Fury

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 27, 1992

The King of the Fighters Tournament is not for the weak. Choose among 11 strong and powerful fighters - defeat all comers and take home the Championship. As Joe Higashi, Terry or Andy Bogard, it's your mission to defeat the evil and sinister Geese Howard - who holds all of Southtown City in his grasp. Use your special skills and lightning fast reflexes to advance through the many stages of City Streets. Along with mighty skills and magical powers, you have a true heart and the power of good at your side. Strike hard until all have been defeated. For only through fierce combat can you be...

Fatal Fury 2

Fatal Fury 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 26, 1993

It's time for 20 megs of non-stop action, with another super-hot arcade game for your Super Nintendo. Rejoin the brothers Andy and Terry Bogard, with their friend Joe Higashi as they discover that FATAL FURY was just a warm up! Now they must face the meanest, most dangerous fighters ever assembled! Choose from among 8 fierce opponents: from Big Bear - the savage unmasked wrestler to Mai Shiranui-the female beauty with mystical arts of the Ninja. Battle through Thailand, Spain, Australia and many other locations. Feature packed, and filled with all the hard-hitting action you'd expect from...

Fatal Fury Special

Fatal Fury Special

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1995

They're back... and burning for revenge! Hit the Streets fighting in the ultimate FATAL FURY challenge! - An all-star lineup of FATAL FURY characters, including Geese Howard, Tung Fu Rue and Duck King! - Special guest appearance by Ryo Sakazaki — clear the game without a single loss to come face-to-face with the "Fighting Dragon" for the ultimate battle! - More 3D attack moves than ever before. - New special attacks for non-stop thrills and action. - 'Super Attacks" for inflicting maximum damage on opponents when your life gauge reaches critical. - Mind-blowing Dolby Surround sound and...

Fatal Fury Special

Fatal Fury Special

Sega Game Gear - Released - November 25, 1994

Fatal Fury Special (餓狼伝説SPECIAL Garō Densetsu Special, "Legend of the Hungry Wolf Special") is a 1993 head-to-head fighting game produced by SNK originally released for the Neo Geo arcade and home platforms. It is an updated version of Fatal Fury 2, introducing several changes to the gameplay system while expanding the available character roster.

Gadget Racers

Gadget Racers

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 29, 2001

Sometime in the 1980s, the Japanese Choro-Q Racing toys made their way to U.S. shores. Renamed Penny Racers for the benefit of American sales, the wind-up cars were built to perform different tricks (wheelies and spins, mostly) when a penny was inserted into their chassis. The plastic racers are still very popular in Japan, inspiring a video game called CHORO-Q ADVANCE. The U.S. release of the game is called GADGET RACERS, and it's every bit as exciting as the toys that it's based on. Command any of 50 unique vehicles through 40 different courses of obstacles, tricks, and general mayhem. You...

Heavy Boxing

Heavy Boxing

Sord M5 - 1983

Enter a heavyweight title match! Fend off your opponent's attack with footwork and fast ducking, while counterattacking with jabs and straight punches. Dance like a butterfly, sting like a wasp! And with luck, a knockout!

Heisei Inu Monogatari Bow: Pop'n Smash!!

Heisei Inu Monogatari Bow: Pop'n Smash!!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 28, 1994

Heisei Inu Monogatari Bow: Pop'n Smash!! ("Heisei-era Dog Tales Bow: Pop'n Smash") is a video game adaptation of a 1993 comedic anime series (which in turn is based on a manga) about a bull terrier, Bow Wow, who is adopted into a Yakuza family. The game is a competitive two-player action sports game that plays similarly to a vertically-oriented version of Pong. The player takes on various opponents, taking advantage of the arena and power-ups spread around.

Hikari no Senshi Photon: The Ultimate Game on Planet Earth

Hikari no Senshi Photon: The Ultimate Game on Planet Earth

Nintendo Entertainment System - August 28, 1987

Photon: The Ultimate Game on Planet Earth is the English title for the Japanese game known as Hikari no Senshi Foton (光の戦士 フォトン 惑星ゾルディアスの戦い Hikari no Senshi Foton Wakusei Zoldias no Tatakai?, lit. Light Warrior Photon Planet Zoldias Battle). It is an adventure game developed for the Famicom by Takara, and published in 1987. The English name of the game has special significance, since "Photon: The Ultimate Game on Planet Earth" is also the name of the first commercial version of a game commonly known today as Laser Tag. However, besides the name, and the fact that you play a character who fires...

International Cue Club

International Cue Club

Sony Playstation 2 - September 20, 2002

International Cue Club lets the player experience what it is like to play billiards with physics designed so that the billiards, table surfaces are cues react realistically. There are a dozen different games to compete in including the standard 8 ball, 9 ball, rotation and different games such as Carom and Bowliards. There are also 25 different table designs to choose from as well that are fully rendered in 3D. It also features four different game modes including a puzzle mode and eight different AI opponents to go up against or go head-to-head against a friend.

Iru!

Iru!

Sony Playstation - Released - March 26, 1998

...Iru! is a first person survival horror game in the vein of Clock Tower and Echo Night in which you play as a young boy, trapped in a school with your schoolmates at night. As your friends are getting killed one by one, your goal is to escape this nightmare alive and to find out the truth behind those deaths. In ...Iru! you must hide from monsters in chase sequences to avoid getting killed. To progress in the game, you will need to talk to other people who are trapped in the school, as well as solve puzzles with the various quest items you can find scattered around the school.

Jinsei Game

Jinsei Game

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 23, 1995

Fantasy-based digital board game for Game Boy, based on the Japanese version of The Game of Life.

Jinsei Game 64

Jinsei Game 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - March 19, 1999

Jinsei Game 64 is a virtual board game based on The Game of Life. The game starts the player out as a kid, going through school, getting a job, and completing a lifetime in about four hours. Whoever has the most money at the end win. The game features different mini games that includes luck based games and skill based games.

Jinsei Game for Dreamcast

Jinsei Game for Dreamcast

Sega Dreamcast - Released - June 22, 2000

Jinsei Game for Dreamcast (人生ゲーム for Dreamcast) is a computer version of the The Game of Life board game released for the Sega Dreamcast exclusively in Japan in 2000.

The King of Fighters: Heat of Battle

The King of Fighters: Heat of Battle

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1996

The battle of the dream teams '96 - READY! 27 of SNK's top fighting heroes face off for fisticuffs! Only King of Fighters lets you combine your favorite characters in exciting teams. Try out endless combinations and bop your way to the top with the toughest team of all! Over 2,900 possible team combinations using the Team Edit Function. It's too much!

King of the Monsters 2

King of the Monsters 2

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1994

King of the Monsters 2 on the Sega Genesis is a slightly different game than the original Neo Geo version. While the original let you play one of three different monsters to go through side-scrolling beat'em-up stages and fight (non-playable) monster as boss enemies, the Genesis version was re-worked into a one-on-one fighter similar to the first King of the Monsters game. Apart from Farmardy, all characters from the Neo Geo version are playable. To win, the player must defeat all other monsters and a clone of the played monster in a fight. The matches take place in areas built from the...

Lost Word of JeNnY: Ushinawareta Message

Lost Word of JeNnY: Ushinawareta Message

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 25, 1987

Jenny’s on her way to the theater to practice for an upcoming role. Her script gets stolen though and has to track the pages down in different stages which are entered through the hub world. Once you collect a key and memorize letters and numbers, you go to the theater and use them to unlock the combination lock. Jenny has 2 abilities: punching and kicking, and after picking up powerups, throwing stars and bug spray

Macross Plus: Game Edition

Macross Plus: Game Edition

Sony Playstation - Released - June 29, 2000

Macross Plus -Game Edition- is a third-person shooter that follows the story of the OAV series. You first pilot the YF-21 to battle your way against the YF-19 and other mecha until you square off against the unmanned X-9 Ghost. Upon completing the YF-21 stage, you play again as Isamu Dyson. Piloting the YF-19, you fight your way through enemy units and the YF-21 until you reach the Macross, where you have to dodge the fortress's arsenal to battle the Neo-Glaug and save the world from the wrath of Sharon Apple. Unlike the previous Macross games, the mecha in Macross Plus -Game Edition- do...

Magnetic Power Microman: Generation 2000

Magnetic Power Microman: Generation 2000

Sony Playstation - Released - December 16, 1999

The game let you choose between play as Microman or Microlady. The gameplay is fairly straightforward and involves simply wandering around as the camera angles change in cinematic fashion. But occasionally the game requires players to utilize the Micropeople's magnetic lasso abilities to advance. The game features differents modes: - Adventure - Vs mode in this mode you fight in differents stages using a avariety of chsracters

Megalit

Megalit

Nintendo Game Boy - August 16, 1992

When a wicked witch decides to rule the world with the power of her magic jewels, her terrifying plot leads her to kidnap elves, princesses, and even fairies. You're the brave warrior who's decided to save all the captured innocents, but the witch gets wind of your plan and turns you to stone. Now, your efforts turn to breaking the spell, which is going to require cracking the ancient puzzle of Megalit. If the princesses and magical beings stand any chance of making it out of the witch's clutches, you'd better solve the code quickly.

Monopoly

Monopoly

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 26, 2004

Being a real-estate magnate used to be hard work. Thanks to technology, the computer does all the hard stuff, like rolling dice, for you. Freed of the anxiety of arguing over leaners, you have plenty of time to strategize your next financial move. Up to four players, or you and three computer opponents, take turns around the board. A player wins when the others go belly up. You can also play a quick game mode or a time limit game. In any of the game modes, you can institute your own house rules. Some of those could include awarding a person for landing on free parking, dealing out some...

Pinocchia no Miru Yume

Pinocchia no Miru Yume

Sony Playstation - Released - August 5, 1999

This is a story that's based on the well-known fairy-tale "The Adventures of Pinocchio". You can choose between a male and female protagonist, and play as a doll/puppet maker who's about to starve to death on Chirstmas Eve due to the inability to make a "pinocchia", a doll that looks and acts like a real human being (but isn't truely alive), and make enough money to feed yourself. As you slip into unconsciousness, you plead to any higher being that's listening to grant you a pinocchia, willing to give your life in exchange.... and wake up the next morning, with a "new-born" pinocchia in...

Puzzle Arena Toshinden

Puzzle Arena Toshinden

Sony Playstation - Released - June 20, 1997

Puzzle Arena Toshinden takes the furious fighters right out of the ring and into the world of puzzle games! The game plays out much like the Puyo Puyo series by Sega. Connect 3 balloons of the same color to make them disappear. Get combos to have black pieces fall on the opponent's side that are harder to get rid of.

Real Tennis

Real Tennis

Sord M5 - 1983

Real Tennis is a simplistic computer game conversion of the sport. The game can be played as one player vs the computer or two players competing against each other. The game follows standard tennis rules.

Real Tennis

Real Tennis

Microsoft MSX

Real Tennis is a simplistic computer game conversion of the sport. The game can be played as one player vs the computer or two players competing against each other. The game follows standard tennis rules.(Moby Games)

Road Trip

Road Trip

Sony Playstation 2 - October 26, 2002

Take a road trip to adventure! Right off the starting line, Road Trip matches action with depth, allowing you to customize your ride for over 100 different events. Wins earn cash, which you use to buy parts and upgrade your vehicles. From engines to brakes, body types to paint jobs, the parts store stocks over 250 interchangeable components. Top that with 20 mini-games, special missions and dozens of hidden surprises and you don't just have a racing adventure - you've got a road trip!

Road Trip: Shifting Gears

Road Trip: Shifting Gears

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - April 6, 2004

Game Boy Advance multiplayer racing adventure game, released in Japan as Choro Q Advance 2. Road Trip: Shifting Gears continues the Takara-developed racing series on the GBA, and has the ability to link to Road Trip: Arcade Edition on the GameCube for unlockable extras. Players have full control over car customization, down to the most minute detail with a body paint shop, more than 100 different parts, and numerous fantasy attachments. Players compete in 150 racing events, minigames, in more than 64 courses. The game supports link cable connectivity for up to four players.

RPG Jinsei Game

RPG Jinsei Game

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 26, 1993

RPG Jinsei Game is a Japan-only role playing game for the Family Computer that is similar to Jinsei Game, which is the Japanese version of The Game of Life. The object is to explore a city full of stores, places of employment, and learning places. Starting from home, the player must earn money and statistics in order to unlock the better features of the game. Unlike most games based on the Jinsei Game series, RPG Jinsei Game doesn't use a spinner system. Instead, the controller pad is used for movement and random encounters are featured like in Dragon Quest. The player can also talk to...

Sakuma shiki Jinsei Game

Sakuma shiki Jinsei Game

Sony Playstation - Released - December 10, 1998

Sakuma Shiki Jinsei Game is another game in the Game of Life series made by Takara. As usual in those board game the player controls one character (up to 5 players can compete at the same time using the multitap function) that will go through different times in his life, he or she can even get married during the game if the girl or boy accept the marriage. There are different mini games that will increase the players money if he wins them, and different cards and items can be used to win the game. There are shops around the board to buy new items, and different events that can increase or...

Samurai Shodown

Samurai Shodown

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1994

Iza To! En Garde! Dude! Twelve of the mightiest samurai, ninja, knights, and warriors from Japan, France, the United States, and China lock swords in NEO GEO's SAMURAI SHODOWN. With blades, bare knuckles, rage, and various Methods of Mayhem, fight your way to the final battle with Satan's Shogun. Use all powers at your disposal to get a head!

Samurai Shodown

Samurai Shodown

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

Iza To! En Garde! Dude! Twelve of the mightiest samurai, ninja, knights, and warriors from Japan, France, the United States, and China lock swords in SAMURAI SHODOWN. With blades, bare knuckles, rage, and various Methods of Mayhem, fight your way to the final battle with Satan's Shogun. Use all powers at your disposal to get a head!

Seek and Destroy

Seek and Destroy

Sony Playstation 2 - December 17, 2007

All out, no compromise war has been declared. Tanks from the length and breadth of the Proton Kingdom have gathered to level cities, put the populace to fight, and engage in the most destructive warfare ever seen on the planet. Your mission is Seek and Destroy the enemy in frantic battles that are fought with combatants from 10 different countries with more than 108 unique armored vehicles. Players can customize and enhance each war machine's worthiness with more than 100 different parts including, engines, weapons, and special treads, as well as partake in four different play modes, including...

Shin DX Okuman chouja Game

Shin DX Okuman chouja Game

Sony Playstation - Released - June 19, 2003

Shin DX Okuman Chouja Game puts the player as the president of a company that will compete against another 3 players (computer or human ones) to know who will be the best one. To do that they have to improve his company and sell products, but first he got to create different buildings and plant productions to research and make the products. Depending of the board the number of money needed to win increases and the winner of each board is the player that reached that earlier. The game is a board game with lots of mini games, and features 10 different computer opponents, 8 different board...

Soukou Kihei Votoms Gaiden - Blue Knight Berserga Story

Soukou Kihei Votoms Gaiden - Blue Knight Berserga Story

Sony Playstation - Released - October 30, 1997

Soukou Kihei Votoms Gaiden - Blue Knight Berserga Story is the first game released for the Playstation One console based on the anime series. The game features these game modes: - Battling World: Sort of a story mode, the player can earn money winning battles and buy new items and weapons to upgrade the mecha. - Blueknight Battle: Face Blue Knight choosing one of the possible characters - Vs Mode: Fight against another human player or the computer. - Training: Train and learn the basic movements.

Special Jinsei Game

Special Jinsei Game

Nintendo GameCube - May 1, 2003

Special Jinsei Game is a board game-based video game released for the Nintendo GameCube in Japan in 2003 by Takara.

Step Up

Step Up

Sord M5 - 1983

In this game, the hero (you) has to climb 10 flights of stairs to the top, and your energy reserve is limited. Along the way, monsters, steel frames, and a host of other obstacles prevent your progress. You have to jump over the obstacles or evade them with your barrier, get to the top and escape with the friendly UFO.

Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals

Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals

Sony Playstation - Released - March 15, 2000

Now, experience a Transformers battle you've never seen before! Take command of the Heroic Maximals and Evil Predicons as they struggle for supremacy! More powerful than ever, these cybertronian warriors can convert into 3 modes: beast, vehicle, and robot. Run, blast and transform your way to victory! Crush the competition with the awesome Ultra Blast attack!

Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals

Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 15, 2000

Now, experience a Transformers battle you've never seen before! Take command of the Heroic Maximals and Evil Predicons as they struggle for supremacy! More powerful than ever, these cybertronian warriors can convert into 3 modes: beast, vehicle, and robot. Run, blast and transform your way to victory! Crush the competition with the awesome Ultra Blast attack!

Transformers: The Headmasters

Transformers: The Headmasters

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - August 28, 1987

Transformers: The Headmasters is a 1987 Family Computer Disk System game by Takara based on the popular cartoon series of the same name and released only in Japan. The game stars the Autobot Headmasters as the protagonists and playable characters. The game is infamous for its high level of difficulty and off-key background music. You play as one of the Autobot Headmaster through four planets, fighting the Decepticons. Unlike it predecessor, Transformers: Convoy no Nazo, players cannot switch between robot and vehicle mode. Instead, each level contains an initial vehicle mode stage, followed...

Utsurun Desu.: Kawauso Hawaii e Iku!!!

Utsurun Desu.: Kawauso Hawaii e Iku!!!

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 6, 1992

While ostensibly a traditional platform game in which the player controls Kawauso-kun, the game has gained renown for being one of the earliest titles to attempt to break away from the video game conventions of the time. Among other convention-flouting novelties that the game offers are a series of fake title screens that the player must pass through at the start, and the allowance of the main character to traverse the background at times to bypass pits of spikes that otherwise appear impossible to cross. In addition, the character's attack requires the player to hold down the attack button...

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