Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 26, 1993
In a far away land, war was raging, as an evil ruler sent his troops to invade the castle of a mighty king. His minions stormed the castle and burnt it down. The king could not escape his fate, and the villain thought no one was spared by his wrath... Present time. You are Ariel, a little girl who lives with her old wise grandmother in a small house near a mountain range, north to the forest. She just turned ten, and the grandmother sends her on a seemingly simple quest: to go through the forest to Nineveh, the nearby town, and to meet there a certain person. But what starts as a simple...
Nintendo Game Boy - November 16, 1990
Aretha (????, "Aretha") is a role-playing video game developed by Japan Art Media (JAM) and published by Yanoman Corporation to an exclusively Japanese market. It was originally released for the Game Boy in 1990 and later ported to the Super Famicom (SNES) as Aretha the Super Famicom in 1993. Aretha was the first title in the game series of the same name.
Nintendo Game Boy - September 27, 1991
Aretha II: Ariel no Fushigi na Tabi (ARETHA II: ????????? ARETHA II: Ariel's Strange Journey?) is a multiplatform role-playing video game that was released in 1994 to an exclusively Japanese market.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 2, 1994
The game continues the story of the young princess Ariel. After she rightfully regained her throne, people enjoyed a peaceful life under her benevolent reign. But this peaceful existence did not last long... Two adventurers who were wandering through mountains met a mysterious evil being, who threatened to ruin Ariel's kingdom. After that, the two men disappeared without a trace. Ariel's servants reported to her about the matter. After consulting her wise grandmother, Ariel decided to go out herself, to meet up with her old trusty companions and to find out the origin of the new threat. The...
Nintendo Game Boy - October 16, 1992
Aretha III is a Role-Playing game, developed by Japan Art Media (JAM) and published by Yanoman, which was released in Japan in 1992.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1994
Ryu Knight is based on an anime series of the same name. The story of the game is simple: you are Adyu, an apprentice knight who spends all his time training. One day, a mysterious old man appears out of nowhere, approaches Adyu and tells him the world needs more paladins, and therefore you must train harder in order to become one. He sends you on a quest to find a legendary weapon, which is broken into twelve parts, each part being hidden in a different place. He also entrusts you with the power of Ryu, a huge magical armor that grants the hero who equips it immense power. This is where...
Nintendo DS - February 17, 2006
Set in an expansive fantasy universe and beautifully presented in a rich, vibrant visual style, the world of Lunar has seen a number of versions across several formats, spanning 14 years and three generations of hardware. Set a thousand years before previous storylines, Lunar Genesis tells the tale of a band of young adventurers performing courier jobs who stumble into a battle between the forces of good and evil. This battle threatens to consume the entire land and sets the stage for over 70 hours of handheld RPG adventuring. With all of the standard features associated with a traditional...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 31, 1992
Penta Dragon is an Action game, developed by Japan Art Media (JAM) and published by Yanoman, which was released in Japan in 1992.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 21, 1995
The game is a role-playing game about four thieves who live in a village together with some serious and some comedic content. They rob people and explore ancient ruins in search for treasure. A flood wiped away the villagers and Trezno (one of the thieves) washed up on a seashore somewhere. The Demon King Howard has kidnapped Trezno for his own nefarious plans and the rest of the thieves must stop his evolving plan.
Sega Saturn - Released - February 11, 1998
SD Gundam G Century S (ＳＤガンダム ジーセンチュリーＳ) is a Sega Saturn simulation game based on the Gundam series.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 22, 1995
SD Gundam G Next is a Strategy game, developed by Japan Art Media (JAM) and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1995.
Sony Playstation 2 - August 28, 2003
Generation 1 is effectively a remake of the original 1987 Sega Master System release of Phantasy Star. Though extremely similar to the original, it offers an updated battle system (similar to Phantasy Star II/Phantasy Star IV), improved graphics, a new soundtrack and various gameplay tweaks to bring it in line with more modern RPGs.
Sony Playstation 2
This game is a compilation containing five early Sega arcade games. Each have been given significant graphical and audio upgrades (though emulated versions of the originals are also selectable). There are also various scans of flyers and other promotional material.
Sony Playstation 2 - January 15, 2004
This game is the first compilation to be released as part of the Sega Ages 2500 series. It contains both an upgrade of the original 1990 arcade release of Bonanza Bros. and an updated version of Puzzle & Action: Tant-R, first seen in 1992. Bonanza Bros. is almost identical to the original, bar a few small cosmetic changes, whereas Tant-R has received higher definition graphics and several minigames from its sequel, Puzzle & Action: Ichidant-R.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 27, 1992
A turn-based Japanese RPG that was never released outside of Japan. The story concerns Yuri, an aspiring singer who wishes to join the Singer's Guild - an association of musicians that are tasked with protecting the world with music. In this world, music and singing have the same properties as magic, and the Holy Song of Auran is thought to drive away evil and perform miracles. In his journey, Yuri meets and joins up with Shion, his non-musically gifted friend who became a swordsman instead; El Rhan, the elven King and friend of Yuri's famous grandfather; Cat-Eyed Jack, a talented thief and...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - October 1, 1993
Trinea (トリネア) is a Super Famicom role-playing video game that was released in 1993 exclusively in Japan. Players get to select from three different characters; who have different attack, speed, and hit point levels. Elements in this game involving fighting demons, magical rituals around pentagrams, and slaying dragons.