Sony Playstation - Released - July 19, 2000
Jikkyou Pawafuru Puroyakyu 2000 is the fifth game in the long running baseball series development by Konami that had sold more than 14 millions of copies. The series are known for the looks of the characters that are totally cartoon done and without legs.The game features different game modes such us vs mode, practice, tournament and season. The Success Mode: The Success Mode is the game's most compelling feature, combining role-playing game and life simulation games elements with the baseball sport. The basic objective is to train a generic Pawapurokun to become a professional baseball player. The Pawapurokun starts out with low stats, but often ends up being far better than any of the real professional players included in the game. Generally, Pawapurokun begins as an amateur player (ranging from high school, college or company player) who must become a professional in a certain period (usually three years). The Success Mode takes only about 2 hours to complete, but creating a good player requires an extraordinary amount of skill and luck, giving the game almost infinite replay value. Various random events will affect the growth of your player, for example, getting a girlfriend will allow you to regain motivation easily and receive presents (which drastically improve your player's stats) on your birthday. Mylife mode: Due to the great success of success mode, Konami have someway extended to another game mode called Mylife since Pawapuro 10, which can use created player (or using an NPB player, even creating a player at place) to play in the NPB, with another series of events, through there are no more characters from success mode appears in it. The difficulty will change according to your performance in the game. The known mode in Mylife mode are: * Loan player: Playing as a loan player from other team, maximum playtime is one year. * Playing Manager: Playing as a playing manager, maximum playtime is one year. Whenever the team lose the possibility claiming the League Champion (or playoff in Pacific League). Currently available in 13. * Pro players: Choosing one current NPB players, maximum playtime is 20 years. The difference between Kaimakuban & Ketteiban are just new players & teams stats updated for the new season.
Sony PSP - Released - March 29, 2012
Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2012 is a Sports game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2012.
Nintendo DS - Released - February 11, 2010
Quiz Magic Academy DS: Futatsu no Jikuu Koku is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2010.
Sega Saturn - Released - June 19, 1997
Salamander Deluxe Pack Plus is a compilation featuring ported versions of the arcade classic Salamander, its westernized port Life Force, and for the first time since its arcade release Salamander 2. In all the games you control a lone starfighter as he battles the armies of Zelos, a terrible alien creature that threatens to eat the entire galaxy. Collect power-ups, defeat bosses and clear stages until you defeat the game without being blasted into space dust. All games feature small tweaks like infinite continues and difficulty settings, but are otherwise faithfully recreated from their arcade counterparts.
Nintendo DS - Released - August 6, 2009
Shugo Chara! Norinori! Chara na Rhythm is an Action game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2009.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - August 7, 1992
It contains a playable demo of the first scene in Snatcher, with no actual differences with the final release. It also has a trailer [full version] of the game, character bios with voice over, an interview with part of the staff, and 3 excellent tracks in CD format, accessible as a Metal Gear jukebox (These are One Night In Neo Kobe, Tears Stained Eyes and Pressure of Tension).
Arcade - Released - 1981
Strategy X was produced by Konami in 1981. It was published by Stern Electronics in North America, A top-down tank shooter from Stern where you control a circular tank.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 8, 2002
Super Gals! Kotobukiran Special - Ikenen get your gals party is a board game based on the manga and anime released by Konami in the year 2002. The game features the most important characters of the anime. Game Modes: - Main game: This mode features the normal mode and 3 different vs ones (vs another human player, vs 2 human players and vs three human players). - Artwork of the girls - Mini Games: 13 different mini games. - Dressing room: Choose your favourite character and change her clothes. - Picture gallery: Lot of different pictures of the girls in group and alone. The game features that 4 human players can play at the same time.
Nintendo DS - Released - March 5, 2009
Tennis no Oji-Sama: Doubles no Oji-Sama - Girls, Be Gracious! is an Adventure game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2009.
Nintendo DS - Released - December 20, 2007
Tennis no Oji-Sama: Driving Smash! Side Genius is a Sports game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2007.
Nintendo DS - Released - January 24, 2008
Tennis no Oji-Sama: Driving Smash! Side King is a Sports game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2008.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - May 27, 1994
In the first installment of the Tokimeki Memorial series, the player takes the role of a male student at the Kirameki High School in modern-day Japan, whose goal is to win the heart of one of his female school mates. Tokimeki Memorial is a dating simulation game. There is a schedule in the game, which includes school-related and free-time activities. The player characters has various statistics that can be raised by performing certain activities (such as studying to increase intelligence, etc.). The gameplay is dedicated almost entirely to planning schedules, getting the maximum out of the date with the chosen girl. A date is not necessarily automatic success - neglecting a girl for a long time will lead to gossip and eventually may destroy the relationship. There is also a "rival" in the game, a male student who might succeed with one of the girls if the player is not careful enough.
Sega Saturn - Released - July 10, 1997
Nijiiro no Seisyun (虹色の青春) if the first story in the Tokimeki Memorial Drama Series trilogy which takes place within the same years of school life depicted in the original Tokimeki Memorial: Forever with You, but focuses on a shorter time period. Each of the three games features different protagonist who are all childhood friends of Shiori Fujisaki, the main heroine from the Tokimeki Memorial series. Player can enter the name of the protagonist at the beginning of the game, or accept the default one. In this, first story, the protagonist is a high-school sophomore who is member of a soccer club. As substitute player he doesn't get much chance to play, but is secretly practicing in order to gain skill level and show his teammates and the coach why he should play. Luckily for him, he's not alone, as the manager on the team, Saki Nijino, is supporting him in his training. Unlike visual novel gameplay style, which is also present, you can often move mouse cursor around the screen to interact with objects (i.e. look, take, throw, etc.) and characters (.e. look, talk, call to, etc.), and while talking to characters there will be various topics and sub-topics you can talk about. Beside adventure style gameplay, the game also features soccer mini-games which requires you to kick the ball at the designated target to score a point. That gameplay elements is most similar to golf games, where you adjust the point where you want to kick the ball and use a power-bar to select the intensity of your kick.
Sony Playstation - Released - July 10, 1997
his is not the second sequel to the game Tokimeki Memorial but this game is actually a "drama series" on 1 character in the game Tokimeki Memorial. The main character of this game is the second most popular girl Saki Nijino. The story behind the game is about a transfer student (that would be you) who joins a soccer team. He encounters this girl who laters turns out to be the manager of the soccer team. Her name is Saki Nijino. It seemed that everything to be going fine when all of a sudden, the coach picks the starters for the team. You got very confident in yourself that you thought he would pick you. Yet, the coach only saw you as a beginner and you were not picked to be one of the starters. This begins your relationship with Saki Nijino and also you start to get to know her friend, the first year manager (she is a new character but i don't know how to pronounce her name). Your relationship grows and grows with Saki because you train yourself infront of your house everynight with her helping you out. The training is a mini-game. You have to kick the soccer ball into the goal: Have to learn how to curve the ball through boxes, dummies, garbage Cans. And as you progress through the training, the difficulty level gets harder.
Sega Saturn - Released - March 26, 1998
The game story goes in days, from September 25, 1997 to October 11, 1997. It is 17 days to the Culture Festival and your band (Irodori) is going to participate in the band contest. On this day while your are practicing a group of girls gathers around your band to talk to Takumi while you just ignore them and practice. After practicing Takumi meets his classmate Katagiri Ayako and goes over to talk to her. You will not know who she is at this time. Suzune will follow you on your way home. At this point you will learn that she actually has some feelings for you, but you will not realise it. During lunch time you go to the rooftop to write a new song (Tears Angel) to participate in the Band contest. After school you can walk around to meet the other girls.
Sega Saturn - Released - March 27, 1997
This is a spin-off from the main Tokimeki Memorial game series with main focus on Shiori Fujisaki, the main heroine from the original Tokimeki Memorial game. Gameplay-wise, the game contains four really shot date visual novels, one for each season (spring, summer, fall and winter) and a rock-paper-scissors mini-game you can play with Shiori. The mini-game rules are like this: the one who wins the rock-paper-scissors game points toward left or right and the one that lost has to look in the right direction or losses a point. The winner is the one who first gets three points. The game features full voice-acting for Shiori whenever she is talking on the screen, whether in visual novels, mini-game or various extras. Extras consist of two music video which use animated Shiori incorporated on the live animated backdrops. Videos mostly show sea and nature, as well as some rural and known Japanese cities such as Yokohama. The portrait collection contains over a dozen of scrollable portraits of Shiori in various different outfits and locations. The voice collection includes various words and sentences you can hear Shiori say upon selection. Shiori's mini-character is walking around the screen and stops to say to selected word or a sentence.
Sega Saturn - Released - July 19, 1996
This is an updated version of the first Tokimeki Memorial. This version has improved graphics and sound, new cut-scenes, and new mini-games. You are a young boy who is going to study three years at the Kirameki High School in Japan. Your goal is to win the affection of one (and possibly more) of the twelve beautiful girls who also study with you, especially of Shiori, with whom you were in love some years ago. This is a simulation game with a high-developed statistics system. You have to increase your statistics in different disciplines, depending on the girl you are interested in. You communicate with people via your telephone, and date girls by going with them to various places. You have to keep your promises, otherwise a girl will become angry and even tell bad things about you to other girls, which will spoil your reputation.
Sony PSP - Released - March 9, 2006
Tokimeki Memorial (ときめきメモリアル Tokimeki Memoriaru?, lit. "Heartbeat Memorial") is a dating sim by Konami and the first game in the Tokimeki Memorial series. The first game in the series is particularly notable for its "bomb" feature, where neglected, infrequently-dated girls would eventually become angry and gossip to their friends, severely reducing love meters across the board. In the middle of the game, when the number of known girls was high, these "bombs" became the primary concern of the player, forcing careful planning and strategies like round-robin dating. Although the feature was still present in the later games, it was considerably reduced in importance and the difficulty in avoiding it.
Sony Playstation - Released - April 26, 1996
Tokimeki Memorial Private Collection is a must have for fans of the Tokimeki series with gallery including animated pictures of the series’ stars complete with blushing cheeks and speech, quiz section where you are asked questions by one of the students, a media section where you can watch the PC Engine intro plus an audio section where you can hear the Tokimeki tunes to practise for karaoke. Also compatible with a PC for snatching a few images making this a great value package.
Nintendo DS - Released - November 11, 2010
Tongari Boushi to Mahou no Omise is a Simulation game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2010.
Nintendo DS - Released - May 13, 2010
Trick DS-ban: Kakushi Kami no Sumu Yakata is an Adventure game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2010.
Casio PV-1000 - Released - 1983
Tutankham is an arcade action game played from a top down point of view. You are an explorer in King Tut's tomb on a mission to retrieve as many of the valuable treasures as you can find. In addition to the treasures, you will also find a key in each of the chambers. This is needed in order to unlock the entrance to the next, more difficult chamber. Be careful, for the tomb is guarded by many dangerous creatures! Cobras, bats, scorpions, and more all appear in the maze and will cause you to lose a life if you're caught! To defend yourself you are armed with a laser gun which you can fire left or right, but not up or down. In each of the mazes you are also give one "flash" which can be used to destroy all creatures currently on the screen.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Unlicensed - May 27, 1994
Twinbee Returns is a caravan shooter mini-game hidden in the original PC-Engine version of Tokimeki Memorial, and is based on the original Arcade version of Twinbee. It was later published independently by PCE Works. It is also a hidden game on the PC Engine/Core Grafx/TurboGrafx-16 mini consoles.
Sega Saturn - Released - November 27, 1997
Vandal Hearts is a turn-based strategy RPG. It follows a fixed plot-line with set battles, focusing more on strategic elements than adventure elements. The combat takes place in a series of 3D grid based maps and each character in the party has a certain amount of movements they can perform each turn. As the game progresses, other characters join and leave the party and as they increase in level they can progress along different paths of development. Between each battle there is a cut scene that develops the plot using the same 3D engine as the combat (and often the same areas). In between battles you have the opportunity to talk to people in cities as well as purchase different equipment for the up coming battles.
Sega Saturn - Released - March 26, 1998
Yoshimura Shougi (吉村将棋) is a shougi game for the Sega Saturn.
Sony PSP - Released - October 26, 2010
Tagforce 5 is one of the most expansive Yu-Gi-Oh! games to date with over 4,500 cards and more than 300 hours of gameplay.
Nintendo DS - Released - May 27, 2010
Yumeiro Patissiere: My Sweets Cooking is a Simulation game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2010.
Nintendo DS - Released - October 28, 2010
Zac to Ombra: Maboroshi no Yuuenchi is an Adventure game, developed and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2010.