Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 26, 1993
A baseball game adopting the same behind-the-batter perspective as Namco's Famista series, Dynamic Stadium presents its athletes as comic book heroes rather than chibi figures, making them absurdly buff and frequently featuring action shots of them catching fly-balls and narrowly making it to base before being caught out. "Safe!" and "Out!" calls are presented as spiky word balloons. Dynamic Stadium does not feature an official NPB license, so all the team names are fictitious.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 16, 1994
Hanafuda Ou ("Hanafuda King") is a hanafuda game for the Super Famicom. It follows Super Hanafuda, Honke Hanafuda and was released concurrently with Gion Hana: a series of games from various developers and publishers that built on Nintendo's well-known background as a hanafuda card producer. Like its contemporaries, it provides various options for playing hanafuda with CPU opponents. The game distinguishes itself from the others with its animated player avatars.
Sega Game Gear - Released - March 1, 1994
Scratch Golf is an overhead golfing sim that the player can play on two different golf courses either against three computer opponents in a game of scratch golf or practice on any course by themselves. Two-players can also play via link up against each other in head-to-head or team up and go up against a computer duo. Like many other golf games the player uses a power and accuracy bar that is brought up after pressing a certain button and pressing it again to confirm the position.
Sony Playstation - Released - October 5, 2000
Tatsunoko Fight is a fighting video game developed and published by Takara for the PlayStation game console released in Japan in October 2000. It features characters from various Tatsunoko superhero properties in addition to original creations developed exclusively for the game. Each series is represented by characters, backgrounds, music, and voice actors from the original television programs, along with new art and animated sequences produced by Tatsunoko Production. Tatsunoko Fight is a two-dimensional, one-on-one fighting game where players must defeat their opponent in two of three rounds in order to advance.The game relies on using both normal and special attacks in order to damage the opponent, with a round ending once all of a character's remaining vitality has been lost. A special gauge at the bottom of the screen steadily fills when a character deals or receives damage, reaching a maximum of three levels. Player's can then expend one level at a time to unleash a more powerful super attack on their opponent to deal more damage. The game uses a combo system where light and heavy attacks can be chained together to launch a succession of attacks that cannot be interrupted or stopped until the sequence ends. In addition to normal versus mode, players may choose a round-robin-style team battle mode involving multiple characters, as well as a single-player story mode that resembles an arcade fighting game. Tatsunoko Fight features playable characters from four established Tatsunoko franchises: Science Ninja Team Gatchaman, Neo-Human Casshern, Tekkaman: The Space Knight, and Hurricane Polymar, as well an original series created exclusively for the game, Denkou Senka Volter. Each series is represented by three members, consisting of a "Hero", "Supporter", and "Arch Rival" character from their respective titles. Many of the game's characters are voiced by the actors who portrayed them in their original animated appearances, with additional supporting characters making cameo appearances throughout gameplay.