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Bonk's Adventure

Bonk's Adventure

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 15, 1989

Evil King Drool is up to it again! This time he's kidnapped Princess Za, and hidden her away. The year is 10,000 B.C., and as Bonk the Caveman, it's your job to get her back. Unfortunately there are not a lot of weapons around, so you'll just have to use your head-literally!

Bonk's Revenge

Bonk's Revenge

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - 1991

Bonk is back! Last year's video smash is bashing his way through a totally awesome new adventure! Help that radical cave dude save the Dinosaur Kingdom from the heinous King Drool III. Bigger, badder bosses. More powerful power-ups. More excellent hidden secrets. And more worlds of pre-hysterical action that'll have you cracking up while you're out cracking heads. Blast back to the Bonk Age, mankind's coolest era, and Bonk yourself out!

Bonk's Revenge

Bonk's Revenge

Nintendo Game Boy - December 31, 1991

In the Game Boy version of this title, Bonk can turn into one of three unique heroes: Master Bonk, Hungry Bonk, or Stealth Bonk. Becoming Master Bonk dresses Bonk in a cape and provides him with Vulcan-esque ears, and gives him the ability to move faster and jump higher. Becoming Hungry Bonk gives Bonk an animalistic appearance with evil eyes and a mouth full of razor-sharp teeth, and gives bonk the ability to chew enemies to death, as well as providing him with a much stronger head-butt that can kill nearby foes. Becoming Stealth Bonk dresses Bonk in a striped jail outfit, and gives him the...

Domino Rally

Domino Rally

Nintendo Wii - Released - August 18, 2009

Ever wanted to see a domino help you out? Now you can with Domino Rally - part platformer, part racer, and all fun. Use careful domino paths to help people with their everyday problems. Use the Wii control scheme to precisely set, balance, create, and topple your very own domino paths. There are secret paths to find and explore, as well as 90 secret items, memories, and additional content to discover as you race through the courses. The humor will keep you laughing from start to finish and the unique visuals and one-of-a-kind gameplay will have you zipping and zooming with all kinds of tiles!

Far East of Eden: Kabuki Klash

Far East of Eden: Kabuki Klash

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - July 2, 1995

Kabuki Klash is a 2D fighting game that features characters from the Japanese role-playing series Tengai Makyō, also known as Far East of Eden. The heroes of the three first Tengai Makyō games must participate in a tournament and find out who is the most skillful fighter in the magical land of Jipang (which is very similar to the medieval Japan). The characters include well-known Far East of Eden heroes such as Ziria, Manjimaru, Kabuki, Orochimaru, and others - a total of eight playable characters. During the fights, you can either punch, kick, or use special attacks, that require a precise...

Far East of Eden: Kabuki Klash

Far East of Eden: Kabuki Klash

SNK Neo Geo CD - December 2, 1995

Kabuki Klash is a 2D fighting game that features characters from the Japanese role-playing series Tengai Makyō, also known as Far East of Eden. The heroes of the three first Tengai Makyō games must participate in a tournament and find out who is the most skillful fighter in the magical land of Jipang (which is very similar to the medieval Japan). The characters include well-known Far East of Eden heroes such as Ziria, Manjimaru, Kabuki, Orochimaru, and others - a total of eight playable characters. During the fights, you can either punch, kick, or use special attacks, that require a precise...

Ginga Ojousama Densetsu Yuna FX:  Kanashimi No Sirene

Ginga Ojousama Densetsu Yuna FX: Kanashimi No Sirene

NEC PC-FX - March 8, 1996

The third game in the Galaxy Fräulein Yuna series, Kanashimi no Sirene picks up where the last game ended. After having successfully saved the Earth, Yuna and her new friend, the ever-hungry female android Yuri Cube, return to their normal high school life - or so they think. Because her old enemies will do anything to destroy her, including wrongly accusing her of world domination plans. This draws the attention of a highly ranked female intelligence officer of the Galaxy Alliance, who operated under codename "Sirene" and who pretends to be an exchange student in the Shiraokadai High School,...

Hagane: The Final Conflict

Hagane: The Final Conflict

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1995

Only one man alone stands to save the world from the KOMA-clan and their plan to destroy the world. His name was "HAGANE". The lone survivor of the FUMA-clan, which was massacred by the KOMA-clan. Brought back from the fringe of death and given a cyborg body, "HAGANE" swears vengeance against the KOMA-clan.

Makai Prince Dorabocchan

Makai Prince Dorabocchan

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 21, 1990

Makai Prince Dorabocchan ("Demon Prince Dorabo") is a 2D platformer for the PC Engine. The player controls the titular character who is on a quest to rescue his master and defeat the evil demons that have invaded the kingdom. As well as his own magical powers, he can be upgraded by finding suits of armor which boost his abilities as well as temporary power-ups that provide double-jumping, a syringe weapon that stuns enemies and cleats that allow him to jump on enemies to defeat them. If he finds a bat with a bell, he can summon his burly Moai guardians who use their stone bodies to create...

Robot Ponkottsu 64: Nanatsu no Umi no Caramel

Robot Ponkottsu 64: Nanatsu no Umi no Caramel

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 24, 1999

Robot Ponkottsu 64: Nanatsu no Umi no Caramel is a role-playing video game for the Nintendo 64. It was released only in Japan, in 1999. It is part of the Robopon series of games, and can make use of the Transfer Pak with Robot Ponkottsu Sun, Star and Moon Versions. The game plays a lot like Pokémon. Fighting is turn based and is between two Robopon owners who tell their Robopon to issue attacks or go on the defensive.

Sakura Wars

Sakura Wars

Sega Saturn - Released - September 27, 1996

This game takes place during a modified version of the Taisho period of Japan

Super Tempo

Super Tempo

Sega Saturn - April 29, 1998

This game is a Japanese-only sequel to the Sega 32X game "Tempo".

Tempo

Tempo

Sega 32X - Released - March 24, 1995

Tempo is a grasshopper who lives on Planet Rythmia, the world of music. Unfortunately, the malevolent King Dirge is trying to steal all the rhythm from the planet. It's unclear as to how a creature with no appreciation for music became King, but it's up to Tempo to stop him! Tempo's game is a side scrolling platformer with 7 levels. It's a single player game, although you can collect "dance" power-ups that allow you to call your friend, a butterfly, to help you defeat your enemies using killer dance moves.

Tengai Makyou 3: Fuun Kabuki Den

Tengai Makyou 3: Fuun Kabuki Den

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 10, 1993

Once upon a time, the brave warriors of the Fire Clan fought the dark lord Masakado and defeated him, saving the beautiful land of Jipang. Many years later, the followers of the Daimon Cult tried to resurrect Masakado, but were defeated by the thief Ziria and other descendants of the Fire Clan. Kabuki Danjūrō, a flamboyant kabuki performer who fought together with the great hero Manjimaru and helped him defeat the guardians of the Dark Orchids, receives a letter from Orochimaru, one of the heroes of the battle against the Daimon Cult. It seems that the followers of this evil organization have...

Tengai Makyou Zero

Tengai Makyou Zero

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 21, 1995

Tengai Makyo Zero is a side-story to the first three Tengai Makyo games (for PC Engine CD). The ancient land of Jipang is a lot like the medieval Japan, but is is ruled by godly and demonic powers, and is made up of six countries, the most powerful one being the Ryu (Dragon) Kingdom. The younger of two brothers has been recently chosen to be the king of the Dragon Country. The elder brother decides to kill him and to take the throne. His soul is possessed by the demon Ninigi, and he plots a further destruction of Jipang. The hero of the game, a young boy named Higan, lives in Hikagi...

Tengai Makyou: Deden no Den

Tengai Makyou: Deden no Den

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Unreleased - 1994

Bomberman '94 Special Version was a limited edition game with approximately 10,000 copies produced and only given away through Hudson's newsletter and at one of their caravan tournament site, apparently (source). The release date is unknown, but one can assume it came out before the retail release. Deden no Den was released the following year, and is near-enough the exact same game. All the Bombermen have been replaced with Kabuki Denjirou, a character from the Tengai Makyou / Far East of Eden RPG series (most of which were co-developed and published by Hudson Soft). Note: you can't...

Tengai Makyou: Kabuki Ittou Ryoudan

Tengai Makyou: Kabuki Ittou Ryoudan

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - February 24, 1995

Fighting-game in the Tengai Makyou series. Spin-off of Tengai Makyou: Fuun Kabuki Den.

Thousand Arms

Thousand Arms

Sony Playstation - October 13, 1999

Meis Triumph lives in the nature-rich town of Kant deep within the countryside of Tradguld. He has no worries and lives with his loving family who happens to be powerful Spirit Blacksmiths. Then the Dianova brought their war-machine crashing down on his quiet life. Everyone was forced to flee in terror and Meis became separated from the family he loved. He fled to Boyzby where he vows to free his people from the terror and oppression of the Dianovan Empire and where he meets the beautiful Sodina. Now the adventure truly begins.

The Twisted Tales of Spike McFang

The Twisted Tales of Spike McFang

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1994

Can Spike McFang, junior magician and vampire in training, rescure his island kingdom from the evil hands of Von Hesler? Help Spike use his magical powers to conquer the sinister leaders of 9 island areas and restore his father, Dracuman, to power. Spike's weapons? A magical hat and cape that spin at high speeds. Sure, they're unusual, but you have to get creative when you're facing killer garlic and zombies! Along the way, Spike will need to find plenty of gold and magic cards to keep going, so keep your eyes peeled. It's Spike's first chance to test his skills in real action

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