NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - February 24, 1995
The two sisters, Ai and Yuuko, have taken different paths in life. Yuuko has been taken away by a mysterious gang. Ai is determined to save her from the clutches of crime. In a seemingly all-female city overrun by insane workers, biker gangs, and assorted criminals, Ai and her friends Chika and Makoto decide to work together in order to restore the world to normality again. Ane-san is what is commonly called beat-'em-up, i.e. a fighting game that allows limited movement through side-scrolling environment. The player can choose to control a variety of female fighters. In the beginning, only...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - March 16, 1990
It's a straight run through only the bosses from Darius Plus. Only around 800 copies were produced and given to those persons who bought both Darius Plus and Super Darius only in Japan.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - August 25, 1989
Cute themed overhead racing game that takes you through the career of a wannabe F1 driver.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 25, 1992
Overhead run and shoot arcade conversion that relies heavily on your ability to dodge as you work through the many short levels.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - September 30, 1993
In Mahjong on the Beach the player controls a young man in a large coastal city, who meets various scantily clad young women and plays mahjong with them. The player character can be navigated on a top-down map, accessing locations that lead to semi-random encounters with girls and subsequent mahjong games. Winning these games unlocks new locations and allows purchase of items that can be used during the encounters to the player's advantage. In the versus mode the player can directly compete against any of the girls; however, this mode contains only mahjong matches themselves, without any...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - August 31, 1990
Being a one-man army is a difficult business - just ask that bloke Rambo. But you have taken on the hard task of mowing down whole platoons of enemy forces single handed, all to rescue hostages from a rather nasty concentration camp. Choosing from one of four stages, you have a first person view of the action and have to carefully aim your on-screen crosshair to take out the bad guys - but don't get too trigger happy, as there are many civilians and innocents who have chosen just this moment to go for a stroll in the middle of a raging firefight. You have limited ammunition, which can be...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 25, 1994
Quiz Avenue III offers, like its two predecessors, a quest mode and a versus mode - the latter consists in this installment of a series of trivia questions for up to eight players (controlling a variety of tough-looking fighters), with rounds disguised as fighting games, each wrong answer leading to a loss of hit points. The main difference between this entry and the previous ones lies in the quest mode and its RPG elements. Like a full-fledged role-playing game, the quest mode has leveling up, free top-down navigation, overworld, towns, dungeons, monetary system, weapons, armor, items, and...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - June 23, 1995
Side scrolling fighting game in which you play Fujiro, a private eye who is hired to hunt down some nasty gothic types.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 27, 1989
ROM² Karaoke: Volume 1 is the first in the series of karaoke discs by NEC Avenue. Like the other discs, it was supplied with a sound system called ROM² AMP, which included microphone, mixer, and speakers. Songs are played on different backgrounds, some of which display digitized photos, while others feature hand-drawn graphics. Backgrounds may dynamically change with the song, and some of them offer rudimentary interaction.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - 1989
Karaoke music collection (Yes, it says vol.1 on the title screen even though it's vol.2).
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - 1990
Volume 4 in this music collection series.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - 1990
Karaoke music collection (feturing a traditional Japanese take on Yellow Submarine).
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Unreleased - 1990
Take the graphics from Fantasy Zone and the gameplay from Space Harrier, mix them together and you get Space Fantasy Zone. This unreleased game has the basis of its gameplay in Space Harrier, but with some differences - you have an energy meter instead of one-hit-kills and you can upgrade your weaponry between levels in a shop.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - June 12, 1993
From the corners of the globe come twelve of the toughest fighters to ever prowl the streets. Choose your champion and step into the arena as one of the eight original challengers or as one of the four Grand Masters! Pound your opponent as Balrog and knock them out for the count. Tower over your prey as Sagat and daze them with your awesome Tiger Shot. Slash your opponent with Bison's claw and send them running for cover. Or strike fear into your enemies as Vega, the greatest Grand Master of them all!