Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 11, 2005
This double pack has two Sonic GBA games combined on one cartridge: In Sonic Advance, the evil Dr Eggman is at it again, with a brand new scheme to trip up Sonic and his pals. Manoeuvre your way through obstacles, traps and puzzles to collect the Chaos Emeralds and defeat the vile Dr Eggman before it's too late. Sonic Battle brings furious combat action to the Game Boy Advance, as Sonic and his friends set out to determine which one of them is really the best fighter! Choose from eight characters such as Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. Choose the arena, set the rules, customise your special attacks, and then engage in non-stop battles. With three types of special attacks, as well as Ground, Aerial, and Defence fighting techniques, you can customise your character to suit your fighting style. You'll also need to strategically plan and execute your attacks to take full advantage of each character's unique abilities. Up to four friends can link their systems together using the Game Boy Advance Game Link cable for team battles, and then combine special attacks into devastating combos! If you prefer to battle solo, work through the Story Mode to develop your own AI fighting partner. Either way, Sonic Battle is the ultimate showdown between Sonic and his friends.
WonderSwan Color - Released - December 7, 2002
The sequel to Digimon Battle Spirit combines all the intense fighting from the original game with brand-new features. In Battle Spirit: Digimon Frontier, you must restore peace in Digital World by defeating Kerpymon. As in the previous game, you can collect spirit balls that let you "digivolve" into beast form. This time, you can use ancient spirits to digivolve into ancient. You can also unlock an exclusive minigame in single-player mode or link up with a friend for two-player head-to-head battles.
WonderSwan Color - Released - April 27, 2002
An upgrade to Digimon: Battle Spirit, including new characters and a new hidden boss in XeedMillenniummon.
Sony PSP - Released - November 12, 2009
The game focusses on an original protagonist, Seiya, who attends the same school as Toppa Bashin and comes in possession of a cornerstone. Meanwhile, J returns to Japan, to show off a new Battle system and somehow, Dan was transported from Otherworld to Toppa's world. In this game, Battle Spirits is not played according to the card game rules. Instead, players appear on a round field, where they can battle alongside their spirits. Some spirits can be summoned to the field (where both spirits and the players themselves are vulnerable to their attacks), while others provide field effects or can just be used for a single attack. Magic cards are also playable for support, and nexus cards act as invisible traps. The opposite of the game is to bring your opponent's health to zero. To gain more cards, you must earn money through battle, and use the towers in the Battle Spirits center. Some promo cards are also available via passwords.
Nintendo DS - Released - August 6, 2009
Bleach DS 4th: Flame Bringer (BLEACH DS 4th：フレイム・ブリンガー Burīchi DS 4th Fureimu Buringā) is the fourth Bleach game for the Nintendo DS based on manga and anime by Tite Kubo. The game was developed by studio Dimps and published in August 2009 by Sega. Flame Bringer is a platformer game similar to Bleach: Soul Carnival. The game features two-screen gameplay and nine playable characters.
Nintendo DS - Released - October 10, 2006
Multiplayer Mayhem… Crash-style! Roll the dice and dive into one of the 40 multiplayer action-oriented mini-games, where you can communicate with other players through the revolutionary DS Touch Panel Communication. • Communicate with or distract your friends through motion panel messages (speech, sounds, characters) • Use wireless LAN to communicate with players mid-game, establish alliances, and ‘bother’ other players’ gameplay • 40 Wacky Action-oriented Mini-games Taking Full Advantage of the DS Platform • 3D graphics, touch screen, microphone, wireless network • Enhanced Interaction Among Players Via Betting & Item Collecting • Unique Betting Feature - Take player interaction to a new level by betting on outcomes of multi-player games and earning points to purchase items • Item Collecting & Trading - Up to 80 items to collect, trade or use to alter gameplay scenarios • Enjoy Crash’s wacky and zany sense of humor and play as one of 8 of your favorite characters including Crash, Coco, Crunch & Neo Cortex
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - June 10, 2003
Demolish Fist is a side scrolling beat 'em up where the player controls one of four characters, Enzo, Leoneer, Vanessa or Undead as you battle your way through various stages. There are many items, which are available to use as a weapons against your enemies. Each player has their own assortment of moves and specials that they can unleash at will. Also all four of these characters have the ability to use the awesome 'Vertigo' technique! Demolish Fist is a well put together fighting game that has many things to offer the beat 'em up world.
Arcade - Released - June 10, 2003
Demolish Fist is a side scrolling beat 'em up where the player controls one of four characters, Enzo, Leoneer, Vanessa or Undead as you battle your way through various stages. There are many items, which are available to use as a weapons against your enemies. Each player has their own assortment of moves and specials that they can unleash at will. Also all four of these characters have the ability to use the awesome 'Vertigo' technique! Demolish Fist is a well put together fighting game that has many things to offer the beat 'em up world.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 13, 2003
Battle your way through seven spectacular stages in this Digimon race against the clock! Fun for the entire family, Digimon BattleSpirit provides classic fighting fun for 1 or 2 players, as you compete as one of your favorite Digimon characters in an exciting, exhilarating, digivolving battle!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 23, 2003
Digimon BattleSpirit 2 includes all of the classic fighting fun of the original Digimon BattleSpirit with tons of new exciting features! Kerpymon has created chaos in the once blissful Digital World? Can you overcome the power of Kerpymon and restore peace?
WonderSwan Color - Released - October 5, 2001
In 2001, an unknown digimon (digital monster) appeared. He was immensely powerful and could delete any other digimon by touching him. Very soon he gained control over the entire Digiworld. But some digimons organized a resistance group consisting of seven most venerable members. Now those digital monsters must test their powers in order to finally be able to defeat the unknown evil digimon. This is a platform fighting game based on the Digimon manga/anime series. You can fight against computer AI or in two-player mode. There are seven digimons to choose as playable characters; all are popular digimon characters from the original series, each associated with a human tamer. The battles take place on a system of platform. You can freely move around, jump, and perform a variety of melee and long-ranged attacks. Opponents can also inflict status ailments on each other. In each location there are random events happening, which influence the performance of the combatants.
Nintendo DS - Released - December 4, 2007
In Draglade, it’s not just about how hard you hit or fast you move, it's also how well you can groove. In this world overcome by Grapping fever, four young indie Grappers — Hibito, Guy, Kyle, and Daichi — will strive to reach the ranks of the Major Grappers. An innovative mix of music and fighting means you will have to use your rhythm as well as your reflexes if you want to overcome your foes and show everyone that you're a Draglade master! In the world of Draglade, "grapping" has become the world's premier spectator sport. Scientists have discovered how to turn matter into energy. Soon thereafter, they discover a means of harnessing this energy in a weapon called a "Glade." A Glade emits a sound when it hits something. Fighters and entertainers quickly realized the potential of grapping, as the music generated by the clashing Glades in combat provided an experience that couldn't be matched in any other sport.
Nintendo 3DS - Released - February 28, 2013
Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission is a card-based fighting game that is a portable-port of the arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes. It was released in Japan for the Nintendo 3DS handheld gaming console on February 28, 2013. Its sequel, Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2, was released in 2014. The game recreates the interface of the Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game via the touch panel. The player assembles a deck of five cards for battles. As the player uses the touch stylus to create a card formation on the bottom screen, the battle unfolds on the top screen. Actions, such as the Charge Impact, are done so that the player can intuitively do them with their hands on the portable device. The game includes a scouter function, which uses the 3DS' camera to take a picture of someone's face in order to check their power. This allows the player to earn Zeni and other items. Scan someone with a high power level and Great Ape Vegeta will appear as a boss fight, and tag up with friends to take him on. Scanning special QR codes allows the player to fight special bosses, such as Beerus or Super Saiyan God Goku from the 2013 movie Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods. In the story mode, the player moves around what is called the Ultimate Map and experiences the story from the Saiyan Saga up through Dragon Ball GT, with the most famous scenes from the series recreated for the game. By completing missions, more cards are obtained in the game.
Nintendo 3DS - Released - August 7, 2014
Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 is a card-based fighting game that is a portable-port of the arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes, and the sequel to Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission. The game was released in Japan for the Nintendo 3DS handheld gaming console on August 7, 2014. Its sequel, Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X, was released in 2017. Ultimate Mission 2 includes missions from all 21 Dragon Ball Heroes iterations from the first set through Jaaku Mission 3 and players are able to retain all the cards they obtained in the first game. The sequel features a brand-new Adventure Mode known as the Ultimate Universe Mode, an Arcade Mode, as well as the Burst Limit Mission Mode where the player has a finite number of cards and is not allowed to play the same one twice.
Android - 2018
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - February 27, 2015
The latest Dragon Ball game lets players customize and develop their own warrior from 5 races, including male or female, and more than 450 items to be used in online and offline adventures. Create the perfect character, learn new skills and train under the tutelage of your favorite Dragon Ball characters. Help Trunks fight new enemies and restore the original story of the series. Join 200+ players around the world in the Toki Toki City hub and fight with or against them, and compete in online tournaments!
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - February 5, 2015
Dragon Ball Xenoverse is an action role-playing fighting game based on the Dragon Ball franchise developed by Dimps and published by Bandai Namco Games. It was released in February 2015 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. The game is set almost entirely within a number of 3D areas, which are mostly modeled after notable locations in the Dragon Ball universe, accessed from the main hub – the Toki-Toki City. Fighters can traverse the levels free-roaming in large spaces and can fight on ground, in the air and underwater. The game features spoken dialogue from a majority of main characters while in battle, and characters show facial expressions when they strike an opponent or take damage. Although limited, the players have some freedom to explore the planet Earth as it exists in the Dragon Ball universe along with a handful of other locations, including the aforementioned Toki-Toki City. Xenoverse is the third Dragon Ball game to feature character creation, the first being Dragon Ball Online and the second being Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi. Player-created character has the option of becoming an apprentice of the original Dragon Ball characters in order to learn their special moves and access specific costume items. With character customization, players are able to customize their character's race, gender, facial hair, body features, clothing and character's voice effects. There are five available playable races: Saiyans, Namekians, Earthlings, Majins and Frieza's race; all of which have race specific advantages and bonuses as well as shortcomings. The online multiplayer is accessed from the Toki-Toki City, which serves as a hub where players can form groups and take on cooperative, time-traveling missions.
Nintendo Switch - Released - September 22, 2017
The game is very similar to its predecessor in terms of gameplay, it is mostly set in a series of 3D battle arenas mostly modeled after notable locations in the Dragon Ball universe, with the central hub being an expanded version of Toki-Toki City, called Conton City. As reported by the creators of the Game, Conton City is seven times larger than Toki-Toki City. Players are able to freely traverse this new hub world, and in some areas are even capable of flying around, however this feature will not be available from start, instead being unlocked. Players will also be able to travel to other hubs such as the Namekian Village and Frieza's ship. Some skills will have to be learned through masters, like the previous game. However, some masters will be found exclusively in these extra hubs. Xenoverse 2 is the fourth Dragon Ball video game to feature character customization. Players are able to choose from the five races of the first game: Humans, Saiyans, Majins, Namekians and Frieza's race. The game also features race-specific quests, minigames and transformations (the latter of which was only available to Saiyans in the first game, via the Super Saiyan forms). Players also have a much greater role in the story, as some decisions will have to be made by them. Multiplayer servers are now able to hold up to 300 players at once. The game also has a training mode called Training School. The player can use different kinds of ki blasts (Power, Homing, Rush, Paralyze and Bomb), and the ki blast type depends on the player's race or Super Soul. Another interesting element in the game is that players will be able to transfer their previous data from Dragon Ball XV 2's predecessor, Dragon Ball Xenoverse. This results in the game's details changing in a way that so players will be able to see the character known as the Toki Toki City's "Hero" in the middle of the square. Players also have the choice not to do this, which results as the default character being the "Hero".
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - October 25, 2016
DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 builds upon the highly popular DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE with enhanced graphics that will further immerse players into the largest and most detailed Dragon Ball world ever developed. Explore a brand new hub city more than 7X the size of the original game with 300 players online at the same time and relive the Dragon Ball story by time traveling and protecting historic moments in the Dragon Ball universe!
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 5, 2004
Dragon Ball Z 2 V (ドラゴンボールZ2V Doragon Bōru Zetto Tsū V) is a Japanese-exclusive, revamped version of the PlayStation 2 video game Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2. Only 2,000 lucky V-Jump readers in Japan had the chance to own the game. Changes from Budokai 2 .- Bonuses added to the original Japanese version of Budokai 2, such as the bonus costumes (Goku w/ damaged clothing, Piccolo w/ cape and turban, and Kuriza) and the 10th stage in Story Mode, are carried over to this version. .- Frieza has two new skins available: Majin Frieza and Cooler. .- Cell has Majin Cell available for use as an alternative skin. .- The World Martial Arts Tournament stage has the V-Jump logo on the floor. .- The title screen is slightly different, having a purple Cooler silhouette in the logo. .- Saving is unavailable. .- The game begins at 100% completion, with all capsules and characters unlocked.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 4, 2002
Join us on a wild ride through the best action cartoon series on TV, Dragonball Z. The story begins after Goku defeats Piccolo at the World Marital Arts Tournament and he comes to visit Master Roshi, when all of a sudden, his brother Raditz appears and kidnaps his son, Gohan, after he saves him he is sent to Other World to train with King Kai for for two more powerful Saiyan arriving one year later. This wild ride story takes you from the Saiyan to the Cell Games Saga.
Nintendo GameCube - Released - October 28, 2003
Join us on a wild ride through the best action cartoon series on TV, Dragonball Z. The story begins after Goku defeats Piccolo at the World Marital Arts Tournament and he comes to visit Master Roshi, when all of a sudden, his brother Raditz appears and kidnaps his son, Gohan, after he saves him he is sent to Other World to train with King Kai for for two more powerful Saiyan arriving one year later. This wild ride story takes you from the Saiyan to the Cell Games Saga. There are also several options in the game: there is a world tournament mode where you could buy new moves and a practice mode where you can sharpen your skills before entering story mode. You could also summon Shenron when you collect all 7 Dragonballs. So, buckle up, hold on to your seat and enjoy the ride of Dragonball Z!
Nintendo GameCube - Released - December 15, 2004
Go to the next level in the Dragon Ball Z saga. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 improves upon the first installment by adding an all-new single player mode, new characters and explosive attacks. Experience the new match-ups, character cameos and challenging missions in "Dragon World." Pick your favorite DBZ hero or enemy and take on a friend in "Vs." and "Tournament" modes. If you're really good, you will soon come face-to-face with Buu, the most lethal DBZ villain.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 4, 2003
The time has come to go beyond the Dragon Ball Z sagas and experience the full force of the most powerful fighters in the universe. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 will challenge players like no other DBZ game before. Begin with an all-new single player "Dragon World" that opens the story to new match-ups, surprising character appearances, and missions that will amaze. You can also battle your friends in multiplayer "VS." and "Tournament" modes. If your will and skill prevail, you will come face-to-face with Buu, the most lethal of all DBZ villains. Featuring cell-shaded animation, utterly devastating "Ki" energy attacks, and destructible environments, DBZ: Budokai 2 is ready to drop your jaw. Unleash the fury of the most powerful fighters in the universe!
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 16, 2004
All the power of DBZ is yours. A Hall of Fame cast of the greatest DBZ, DBGT and DBZ movie characters meet for first time for some of the fastest paced, highest intensity battles ever seen. New abilities include, for the first time on PlayStation 2, the ability to fly at will in a DBZ fighting game. Pummel your foes on the ground and in the air. In North America, an exclusive re-release package of the game (for the PlayStation "Greatest Hits" line) was released. It contained extras not included in the original black label release. This special version includes an unlockable bonus feature that lets you listen to the original Japanese voice over cast, as well an additional unlockable costume for Goku, Piccolo, and Trunks. It also uses the original Japanese cover art for the case.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - November 6, 2012
Dragon Ball Z Budokai: HD Collection features both Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 1 and Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 enhanced and re-mastered in HD, alongside full Trophy and Achievements support. Both included games have entirely new soundtracks and sport the optional original Japanese language track. Dragon Ball Z Budokai 1: Fight to the finish against the deadliest fighters in the universe and take on the most powerful heroes and the most evil villains in Dragon Ball Z. The more you win, the more difficult it gets. Can you survive? Includes the authentic Japanese voiceover cast. Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3: A Hall of Fame cast of warriors from Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, and DBZ movies come together for a tournament of champions. With the power of the new Saiyan Overdrive Fighting System, players have unprecedented gameplay control and Dragon Ball Z authenticity. Budokai 3 Features - More than 40 characters from Dragon Ball Z, movies and Dragon Ball GT Character customization Saiyan Overdrive Fighting System bringing the speed, cinematic attacks and combos, airborne acrobatics and intensity of the Dragon Ball Z anime Share character profile passwords for other players to use Includes the authentic Japanese voiceover cast
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - November 6, 2012
The Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection includes two blockbuster fighting games based on the Dragon Ball Z anime series. Included are Dragon Ball Z Budokai and Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3. DRAGON BALL Z BUDOKAI -- Fight to the finish against the deadliest fighters in the universe and take on the most powerful heroes and the most evil villains in Dragon Ball Z. The more you win, the more difficult it gets. Can you survive? DRAGON BALL Z BUDOKAI 3 -- A "Hall of Fame" cast of warriors from Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, and DBZ movies come together for a tournament of champions. With the power of the new Saiyan Overdrive Fighting System, players have unprecedented gameplay control and Dragon Ball Z authenticity.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - June 10, 2008
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is the first game of the Dragon Ball Z series to hit the Xbox 360 console. The game features detailed graphics and dramatic, seamless battles, expected from a next generation console. The plans are to have characters and movement reminiscent of the animation, and high-intensity battles. During each battle, find conditions to create new dramatic scenes. After the battles, watch a unique story unfold each time you play. There is also a stronger element of offense and defense, due to added energy saving and fighting techniques.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - June 10, 2008
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is a fighting game, which let's players experience the major battles from the first three sagas of the anime (the Saiyan, Frieza and Cell sagas) both from the perspective of good and evil characters. The game features 3 playable characters at first, but completing Z-Chronicles mode, a total of 21 characters can be unlocked. New to the series are the "drama pieces", events that can be triggered during gameplay, playing a cut-scene and affecting the battle in some way (like granting a health boost to one of the players, blocking an attack etc.) Next to the Z-Chronicles mode and common Versus mode (which also features online play) there's also a Training mode, teaching new players the basics and 3 Trial modes: Survival mode, which tasks you to defeat 100 opponents in a row, Time Attack challenges you to beat 10 opponents under a certain time limit and Battle Point, which scores you based on the moves you use to defeat your opponent.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 4, 2008
The best of the Budokai series! Relive the epic battles of the Dragon Ball Z saga across 25 different stages. Experience 4 different game modes including the new Dragon Mission mode with 114 missions to complete. Featuring over 40 characters, 100 transformations, and music by Mr. DBZ himself, Hironobu Kageyama!
Sony PSP - Released - March 7, 2006
The game's story mode is based on the events of the movie Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn. The choices the player makes in the story determine how the story evolves. Another mode is the Arcade mode, a single-player mode that lets you brawl against the CPU in order to fight and gain the Dragon Balls. Next is the Z trial mode, which consists of two different types of play: survival, where you fight against CPU-controlled opponents for as long as you can, and time attack, where you see how fast you can make it through a predetermined set of opponents. Finally, there’s the Profile Card mode in which the players will have their in-game character profile cards that lists their name and power level. The player can design their own card and customize them with the items from the game's item store.
Sony PSP - Released - March 20, 2007
The plot of this game is a brand new story revolving around Majin Buu being released in Future Trunks' Alternate Timeline. Like most of the Dragon Ball movies, Another Road is considered a side story to the Dragon Ball series. Gameplay is very similar to "Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai", the game's predecessor. The controls remain the same, but there are some additional functions that can be used during gameplay. The story mode gameplay features something similar to what was in "Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3" and "Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2".
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 6, 2006
Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure follows the exploits of young Goku as he sets out for the first time to seek the legendary Dragon Balls. Based on the earliest manga chapters (before the series turned into Dragon Ball Z series), players fight their way through platform levels, bashing countless goons and bosses inspired by pivotal events and characters from the series. While the game's levels are straightforward brawls, special duels and tournament sequences play like classic fighting games, albeit with simplified controls. Goku can punch, kick and use his magic staff. After a certain point in the game, getting the Flying Nimbus, he receives the ability to engage into air combat. After completing the story mode, duel characters become available for customizable one-on-one bouts. Additional characters and mini-games can be unlocked by satisfying special requirements, e.g. completing the story mode unlocks Goku's fiend Krillin as a playable character.
Microsoft Xbox One - Released - February 27, 2015
Dragon Ball XenoVerse (officially abbreviated as Dragon Ball XV) is a fighting role-playing video game based on the Dragon Ball media franchise developed by Dimps and published by Bandai Namco Games. It was released in February 2015 on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One consoles and on the PC for Microsoft Windows via Steam. It is the first Dragon Ball video game released on eighth generation video game consoles.
Sony PSP - Released - April 8, 2009
Dragonball Evolution is a fighting game based on the 2009 live action movie adaptation of the Dragon Ball franchise. Featuring the major characters from the film, players have the option of playing a Story mode that recounts the events of the motion picture as Goku fights to keep the wish-granting Dragon Balls out of the hands of the alien menace Piccolo, an Arcade mode where each character faces multiple opponents in a row, and a Survival mode where they fight multiple until they lose. Players also have the option to take their battles online, utilizing combos of regular attacks as well as Ki based special moves and even ultimate attacks.
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - June 26, 2014
Fight Your Way To Freedom! In the not-too-distant future, atmospheric pollution has devastated the earth and resources have become scarce. Harsh new penal communities have formed in order to survive... The communities, known as Panopticons, battle to secure what precious few resources remain. Born into incarceration, you are forced to fight for your freedom in dangerous missions. Work together with up to 4-player co-op in a frenetic blend of action and strategy as you fight to rescue civilians in possession of valuable rival Panopticon knowledge. Complete your missions, reduce your sentence, earn your freedom.
WonderSwan Color - Released - July 12, 2002
One Piece: Grand Battle Swan Colosseum plays very similarly to games like Super Smash Bros. The game takes place on a 2D plane, and the levels are large and freely navigate-able. There are two types of basic attacks, light and strong attacks. In addition there are also special attacks that are preformed by doing certain button combinations, and super attacks that can be done when the players fills up a super meter. The game only has two combatants on screen at a time, but is very fast and fluid. Multiplayer is available when you use the Wonderswan link cable to connect two Wonderswan Color systems, each system needs a copy of the game.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 17, 2004
A secretive government agency called the Social Welfare Public Service Institution puts on the charitable face of helping out the public but it has a hidden agenda. A shadowy killing arm of the government, SWPSI gathers together little orphan Angelicas, wipes their slates clean, and turns them into terminators. Lethal in their new mechanical bodies and trained with precision assassination techniques, the diminutive slayers kill without remorse as their humanity has been taken from them. Diminutive angels armed with heavy weaponry work under the auspices of the Social Welfare Public Service Institution, a secret arm of the government which carries out assassinations. To achieve their goals, the SWPSI ferrets out orphans from society and transforms them into lethal killers. Appearing innocent in their proper attire, the miniature assassins appear to be of little threat until their guns blaze with deadly fire. Main heroine Henrietta hefts a violin case to add to her aura of innocence. In Gunslinger Vol. 2, the girls continue their work in Italy where new missions and killings await. Gunslinger is played similar to standard Guncon games, except the Dual Shock 2 serves as the weapon of choice and the protagonist may run and hide behind various obstacles during fire fights. Similar to the first game, each copy of Gunslinger Vol. 2 includes a bonus DVD which contains episodes 6 to 9 of the animation.
Sony Playstation - Released - April 10, 2003
Inuyasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale is a 2D fighting game starring characters from Rumiko Takahashi's manga and animé series, Inuyasha. The story centers around 15-year old high school student Kagome Higure, who inadvertently slips back in time to feudal Japan, where she becomes embroiled in a quest to locate shards of the Sacred Jewel of the Four Souls. "Feudal Fairy Tale," the game's main mode of play, follows this escapade and requires players to engage in a series of battles and mini-games in order to obtain the coveted shards. Initially, only Kagome and her half-demon companion Inuyasha are playable, but as players journey through the game, acquiring shards, more characters become available. Each character is able to perform both strong and weak attacks, as well as throws and counter attacks. Players can also execute more powerful combination maneuvers, including special and super attacks, which can only be initiated when the Spiritual meter is filled. Additionally, specific attacks can cause opponents to drop shards that, once claimed, will fill the Spiritual meter more quickly.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 15, 2004
Once again, Kirby must save the kingdom from evil. But this time he'll need some backup. As Kirby, you can call up one of four alter egos for help during your quest. Each character features new copy abilities that range from arrow-shooting to melee moves. Practice your skills in new side games, such as Crackity Hack and Speed Eaters. In addition to new abilities and subgames, Kirby & the Amazing Mirror also introduces new multiplayer modes.
Nintendo 3DS - Released - October 9, 2014
Majin Bone: Jikan to Kuukan no Majin (JP) is an arena fighting game based on the Majin Bone anime. The game features all the characters from the series along with two new characters. The game interacts with the card game with a QR Code reader. The characters seem to have unique attacks and can be equipped with different gear. There are hazards in the environment that can be used against enemies.
Nintendo DS - Released - April 19, 2007
Based on the manga and anime of the same name, Nodame Cantabile follows the odd couple of Shinichi Chiaki and Megumi Noda. Both are students at the prestigious Momogaoka College of Music; Shinichi is a studious and strict conductor while Megumi is a pianist known for her loose and inventive playing style. While the original manga focuses on the development of their relationship, this game adaptation is more of a slice-of-life story taking place partway through the original story. The main game mode is a rhythm game in which players control Shinichi and conduct classical music performances. Large notes flow towards the left from the right side of the touchscreen, and lines of notes fly down from the top of the screen; players need to tap the large notes as lines of notes reach them. In addition to large notes, there are also streams of notes; with these, players need to hold the stylus down while following the shape of the stream as it moves over the screen. In addition to the main game mode, there are also a variety of short minigames featuring various characters from the manga.
Nintendo DS - Released - March 23, 2008
Rosario to Vampire: Tanabata no Miss Youkai Gakuen (English Patched) is a Visual Novel game published by Capcom released on March 23, 2008 for the Nintendo DS.
Taito Type X - 2012
The Rumble Fish 2 uses all of the elements from the first game and adds some new ones. The Offense and Defense gauges have been divided into three sections each, allowing for more usage of Offensive and Defensive Arts, as well as techniques tied to each gauge. An addition to the system is the Boost Dive, which puts each character into a powered-up state according to their style. Most characters have had modifications to their movelists in some way, such as new moves and new commands for old moves.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - November 23, 2013
Brave Soldiers is a fighting game featuring over 50 characters from the Saint Seiya manga. The super gauge in the game is referred to as the Cosmo Gauge (小宇宙ゲージ Kosumo Gēji?), which characters use to perform their finishing attacks, Burst Dash (バーストダッシュ Bāsuto Dasshu?), Burst Attack (バースト攻撃 Bāsuto Kōgeki?), Seven Senses Awakening (セブンセンシズ覚醒 Sebun Senshizu Kakusei?), and their special Big Bang Attacks (ビッグバンアタック Bigu Ban Atakku?). A character's strength can be increased through the use of an Orb (オーブ Ōbu?). The Saint Chronicle (セイントクロニクル Seinto Kuronikuru?) game mode has the player progress through battles based on the three main arcs of the original manga: the Sanctuary arc, the Poseidon arc, and the Hades arc. Also in the game is the Galaxian Wars (ギャラクシアンウォーズ Gyarakushian Wōzu?) mode, a tournament mode.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - November 23, 2011
Saint Seiya: Sanctuary Battle, known in Japan as Saint Seiya Senki (聖闘士星矢戦記?), is a video game for the PlayStation 3, inspired by the characters appearing in Masami Kurumada's Saint Seiya manga and its anime adaptation. The game was released on November 23, 2011 on Japan followed by a European release on March 16, 2012. The game was also released in Argentina, Mexico and Brazil (where the series retains a notable fan following) on May 16, 2012. The game is inspired by the first season of the original anime, the Sanctuary Battle, in which Seiya and his friends have the task of fighting the 12 Gold Saints to save Saori Kido from dying.
Windows - Released - October 6, 2015
The long awaited return of Saint Seiya is here with Saint Seiya Soldiers' Soul! This amazing game will feature characters from the whole series, including the 12 Gold Saints and their God Cloths from the newly released anime "Soul of Gold". Saint Seiya Soldiers' Soul also leverages the power of the latest technology for spectacular graphics, robust gameplay, intense battles and many other exciting features to discover! FEATURES: * THE LONG AWAITED RETURN OF SAINT SEIYA - a new anime series and a new video game! Gold saints with God Cloths will join the game's original mode for the first time. * BURN YOUR COSMOS ON STEAM®! - The battle to protect Athena arrives on STEAM for the first time. * THE STORY OF SAINT SEIYA Follow the storyline from the Twelve Zodiac Temples arc to the battles against Hades as well as other surprises. Relive Saint Seiya's memorable storyline with beautiful 3D cut scenes. * IMPROVED GAMEPLAY, COMBOS AND NEW MOVES Deeper immersion and even more exciting Saint Seiya Cosmo battles with the addition of aerial combos and range variation. Special moves will be enforced, making the game more strategic and exciting!
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - October 6, 2015
THE LEGEND REBORN! The long awaited return of Saint Seiya is here with Saint Seiya Soldiers’ Soul! This amazing game will feature characters from the whole series, including the 12 Gold Saints and their God Cloths from the newly released anime “Soul of Gold”. Saint Seiya Soldiers’ Soul also leverages the power of the latest technology for spectacular graphics, robust gameplay, intense battles and many other exciting features to discover!
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 29, 2006
Saint Seiya: The Knights of the Zodiac: Hades on Playstation 2 is a 3D fighting game taking up the universe of the animated series. You must prevent the destruction of the world by fighting the Lord of the Underworld with 49 playable characters including the specters of Hades and the Knights of Athena equipped with their respective divine armor.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 7, 2005
Based on the popular anime series of the same name Saint Seiya: Chapter Sanctuary brings the legendary conflict between the Knights of Athena and the Knights of Ares home to the PlayStation 2. Battling over the Golden Cloth of Sagittarius, more than 20 different fighters square off against one another across several different modes including those of the Story, Versus, and Practice variety. As an added bonus, several of the show's most memorable moments have been recreated using the latest in CG cinematics as well, with licensed voice-overs specifically re-recorded for the videogame version of the story. Available only in Japan.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 30, 2004
The greatest samurai tale of all time. DIGITALLY REMASTERED. Engage in heart-pounding melee combat using a variety of samurai fight styles and moves. Fight your way throught a massive futuristic city, taking on more than 40 unique enemies. Enter a cinematic experience full of moments inspired by Akira Kurosawa's masterpiece. You are Natoe, a masterless samurai in a city overrun by enemy hordes. Make yourself a legend, becoming one of seven samurai standing against an army. Inspired by Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai and produced in collaboration wirh Kurosawa Production, with character design by renowned sci-fi visualist Moebius (Alien, The Fifth Element) and opening and ending theme music by Academy Award winner Ryuichi Sakamoto (The Last Emperor), Seven Samurai 20XX is an epic action game based on a timeless tale.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 4, 2004
Shaman King: Funbari Spirits (Japanese: シャーマンキング ふんばりスピリッツ, is a cel-shaded 2D style fighting game released in Japan only on April 4, 2004. It is not to be confused with Shaman King: Power of Spirit, a game produced by Konami to go along with the 4kids Entertainment dub. It is a pseudo-sequel to Shaman King: Spirit of Shamans, a 2D fighting game for the PlayStation. This game is based upon the Manga. Funbari Spirits features simple controls and plays quite like a 2D fighter despite being 3D. There is a 2 player mode, adventure story mode, mini game mode, and a free play mode along with training mode. The game also has voices from the original anime, as well as colorful cel-shaded graphics. All of the main characters are present as playable characters, along with a few exclusive-to-this-game-only characters.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 6, 2002
Shaman King: Spirit of Shamans is an Action game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 2002. Actually its a fighting game, starring the characters from the shonen jump series.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 7, 2005
You can try to grab the greatest treasure of them all, the "one piece," in One Piece: Grand Battle. This pirate action game is based on the TV series One Piece, and it lets you play as Monkey D. Luffy and more than 16 other playable characters. There are six game modes for you to play with either one or two players. You can unlock new characters, costumes, and minigames and collect powerful items as you progress through the game and explore the interactive environments from the TV show.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 20, 2001
Sonic the Hedgehog has arrived for his first ever adventure on a Nintendo console. Sonic Advance combines elements from the original Sonic series on Sega's Genesis, as well as from the Dreamcast Sonic Adventure series. Choose from Sonic, Knuckles, Tails, or Amy and take them through level after level of fast gameplay and ring collecting, dodging enemies in your path towards the final showdown with Dr Robotnik (aka Dr Eggman). Collect Chaos Emeralds along the way to transform into Super Sonic for added speed, and train your Chao to exchange them into Sonic Adventure 2 Battle on the Nintendo GameCube. You can also play four-player battle modes with your friends, using one game cart between 4 GBAs.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 9, 2003
Sonic returns for a second outing on the Game Boy Advance. Once again, Sonic is called upon to save the world from the evil Dr. Eggman. On this occasion, Sonic is joined by friends Tails, Knuckles and Cream and rabbit, the latest addition to the Sonic team. Each comes with a set of unique moves, allowing you to reach certain areas through-out the levels. However, unlike Sonic Advance, you must compelte the game as Sonic to unlock the other characters. Chaos Emeralds and Special Rings litter the stages. To collect the emeralds (transforming Sonic into Super Sonic for the final battle with Dr. Eggman), you must find the special rings hidden in each stage to unlock the bonus stage. Complete the bonus stage and the emerald is yours. You'll also get the chance to collect and raise chaos, and trade them over to Sonic Adventure 2: Battle on Gamecube, through the use of the GBA/GC link cable.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 7, 2004
Eggman has broken the world into seven parts, now the player must find the seven Chaos Emeralds to restore the world. Sonic Advance 3 is a Sonic game with a twist: the player can play with a friend in co-op mode or one of many multi-player modes like ring race. The game contains features from Sonic Advance and Sonic Advance 2, but with more options like choosing from 2 characters in story mode (a leading and a following character).
Nintendo DS - Released - November 11, 2010
An extraordinary amusement park has been seen orbiting around the home planet of Sonic the Hedgehog, and rumors are spreading that an alien race of Wisps, who have a unique colorful energy, are being held captive there by the evil Dr. Eggman. Soon after arriving at the amusement park, Sonic discovers he is able to use these mysterious alien forces to help the Wisps escape!
Nintendo 3DS - Released - November 22, 2011
Set across three defining eras from 20 years of Sonic the Hedgehog video game history, the instantly recognisable environments of Sonic Generations have been re-built in stunning HD and are now playable in both classic side scrolling 2D from 1991, as well as modern 3D style found in Sonic's most recent adventures. Each incarnation of Sonic in Sonic Generations comes complete with his trademark special move, Spin Dash and Spin Attack for Classic Sonic, and Homing Attack and Sonic Boost for Modern Sonic. An innovative new interactive menu system allows for complete immersion in Sonic's universe with favourite characters and hidden treasures gradually being revealed throughout the game.
Nintendo 3DS - Released - October 29, 2013
Dr. Eggman has harnessed the power of six menacing creatures known as the Deadly Six, but when the Deadly Six rise up against their master, Sonic has to unite with his arch nemesis in order to take on the new enemies head-to-head. Using his dynamic new parkour moves and improved Colour Powers, Sonic must run, jump and race through a variety of ever changing terrains in order to defeat the Deadly Six.
Nintendo DS - Released - November 15, 2005
Double the screens...double the excitement! Sonic the Hedgehog has a new partner, Blaze the Cat, in this new entry for the series, Sonic Rush. You can play as either Sonic or Blaze as you try to track down the powerful Chaos and Sol emeralds, and face a new arch-nemesis that threatens the world. Sonic Rush displays intense and fast-paced platforming over both screens, allowing for screen-spanning long steep dives across both top and bottom screens, super high jumps, huge loops and more! Prepare for a whole new dual screen experience, Sonic-style!
Nintendo DS - Released - September 13, 2007
Sonic returns to the DS with all the classic 2D dual screen action of "Sonic Rush," as well as a new high-seas adventure where he clashes with ruthless pirates. As Sonic, set off from Windmill Village to explore seven islands for action-packed adventures spread across a large map. As you venture, you'll uncover valuable items and materials that will help Tails build new ships so that Sonic can track down the villainous pirates in a variety of ways.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - October 13, 2010
The sequel fans have waited 16 years for is finally here - Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode I! Featuring enhanced gameplay elements, including the classic Sonic Spin Dash, and the versatile Homing Attack, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode I picks up right where Sonic and Knuckles™ left off. Dr. Eggman’s back, and in an effort to finally rid himself of Sonic, he revisits – and improves – the very best of his creations. Get ready for the next chapter in an all new epic 2D saga built for old and new fans alike.
Nintendo Wii - Released - October 7, 2010
Sonic The Hedgehog 4, as the title indicates, is a direct sequel to the classical series of Sonic platformers on the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis. The story continues after the events of Sonic 3 and Sonic & Knuckles, where Sonic and his friends spoiled the plans of Sonic's nemesis, Dr. Eggman (a.k.a. Dr. Robotnik), once again by destroying his Death Egg and returning the stolen Master Emerald. The victory, however, is short-lived, as Eggman is up to revenge and rebuilds and improves his greatest creations for the sole purpose of destroying Sonic once and for all. The game does not only return to the original series in terms of story and title, but also in terms of gameplay. Sonic 4 is a classical 2D sidescroller like its predecessors and also features the same game mechanics as the old games. There are some new additions, for example the "Homing Attack" which locks on Sonic's jump on enemies, jumping pads or breakable items. One major difference are the graphics, as Sonic 4 uses polygons for the Sonic characters and prerendered graphics for everything else, so does not recreate the looks of its predecessors, unlike, for example, Mega Man 9.
Ouya - Released - January 25, 2012
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I is a side-scrolling platform game similar in gameplay and style to the 1990s Sonic the Hedgehog games for the Sega Genesis. The story begins shortly after the events of Sonic & Knuckles (1994). Sonic the Hedgehog parts with his friends, Miles "Tails" Prower and Knuckles the Echidna, to explore new territories on his own. However, series antagonist Doctor Eggman—who survived his defeat in Sonic & Knuckles—resurfaces, refines some of his past robots, and initiates a plan to get rid of Sonic. Sonic 4 is presented from a 2.5D perspective; although movement is restricted to a 2D plane, characters and objects are rendered in 3D. Sonic, the only player character of the single-player game, can move left or right to gain speed, jump, and roll into a ball to attack enemy robots. Sonic can also perform the "homing attack" from the 3D Sonic games; when in midair, he can lock on to robots or objects and home in on them. In some cases, chaining homing attacks opens access to alternate pathways. The game takes place across four levels called zones, each split into three acts. Unlike the Genesis Sonic games, after completing the first act, the player can freely choose which zone to play via a world map. The levels are based on locations from the original Sonic the Hedgehog (1991) and Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (1992),[b] and feature elements such as slopes, bottomless pits, vertical loops, corkscrews, springs, and boost pads, as well as power-ups like shields, invincibility, and speed shoes. Some levels feature unique elements, like vines or pinball flippers and bumpers. After the player completes a zone's acts, they unlock a boss encounter with Eggman. Boss encounters feature Eggman piloting one of his robots, and the player must hit him eight times to defeat him. Completing all four zones unlocks a fifth and final level. Like other Sonic games, Sonic collects rings as a form of health: if the player is in possession of at least one ring and is hit by an enemy or hazard, they will survive, but their rings will scatter and blink before disappearing. If the player is hit with no rings, falls in a pit, or drowns, they lose a life, and will receive a game over if all lives are lost. If the player finishes an act with 50 or more rings, they will have the option to access a special stage. The special stages in Episode I are based on those from Sonic the Hedgehog, in which Sonic is curled in a ball and bounces off the bumpers and walls of a fully rotating maze. The player must tilt the playing field to navigate Sonic through the maze within a time limit, collecting rings to open gates and time bonuses along the way. Finishing the special stage rewards the player with one of the seven Chaos Emeralds. By collecting all seven, the player unlocks the ability to transform into Super Sonic, granting them invincibility and increased speed at the cost of one ring a second. Collecting the Chaos Emeralds also unlocks a brief post-credits scene that shows a silhouette of Metal Sonic, teasing the events of Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II (2012). Players are also able to upload their game information to online leaderboards to compare level completion times and high scores. Each version of the game is mostly identical, save for differences in screen size and resolution. For instance, the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Windows versions support high-definition and widescreen displays, whereas the Wii version does not. Additionally, the PlayStation 3 and Wii versions both support their systems' respective motion controllers. The mobile versions can be controlled with either the accelerometers or virtual buttons on the touchscreen. Two levels exclusive to these versions are designed around the use of the accelerometers.
Android - Released - January 25, 2012
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I is a 2010 side-scrolling platform game developed by Dimps, with assistance from Sonic Team, and published by Sega. It is part of the Sonic the Hedgehog series and acts as a sequel to Sonic & Knuckles (1994). Episode I follows Sonic as he sets out to stop Doctor Eggman, who has returned following his defeat in Sonic & Knuckles. The game returns to the Sega Genesis style of Sonic gameplay, with movement restricted to a 2D plane. Like previous Sonic games, the player races through levels, collecting rings while rolling into a ball to attack enemies. The game also features special stages in which the player collects Chaos Emeralds and online leaderboards comparing level completion times and high scores. Development began in June 2009 and lasted a year and a half. The game was conceived as a smartphone-exclusive spin-off before becoming a multiplatform, mainline Sonic installment. It was designed to appeal to both older Sonic fans who played the Genesis games and newer ones who played later games like Sonic Unleashed (2008). As a continuation of the classic Sonic titles, Episode I features no voice acting, a simple control scheme, level design emphasizing platforming and momentum-based gameplay, and no player characters besides Sonic himself; however, it incorporates Sonic's design and homing attack ability from Sonic Adventure (1998). Producer Takashi Iizuka and composer Jun Senoue were the only Sonic 4 developers who contributed to the Genesis games. Episode I was released worldwide in October 2010 as a downloadable game for iOS, PlayStation 3, Wii, and Xbox 360. A release for Windows Phone followed in June 2011, for Windows and Android in January 2012, for BlackBerry Tablet OS in July 2012, and for Ouya in July 2013. The game received moderately positive reviews and sold over a million copies in under a year. Critics described Episode I as a satisfying return to classic Sonic gameplay and praised the sense of nostalgia. Criticism was directed at its physics engine, considered inferior to that of the Genesis games, and its short length. Episode I was envisioned as the first of an episodic video game trilogy. Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II was released in May 2012, while Episode III was never made.
Android - Released - May 16, 2012
The Sonic 4 Saga continues in Episode II with the return of a beloved side kick and fan-favorite villains! Following the events of Episode I, Metal Sonic has returned to form a formidable alliance with Dr. Eggman! To face this new evil, Sonic will have to call upon an old friend to help him save the day! Now joined by Tails, race across four brand new Zones and take down fearsome new badniks with deadly combination moves in order to put an end to this dastardly duo’s plans!
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - May 16, 2012
The Sonic 4 Saga continues in Episode II with the return of a beloved side kick and fan-favorite villains! Following the events of Episode I, Metal Sonic has returned to form an alliance with Dr. Eggman! To face this new evil, Sonic will have to call upon an old friend to help him save the day! Now joined by Tails, race across four new Zones and take down fearsome new badniks with deadly combination moves in order to put an end to this dastardly duo’s plans! Experience the Sonic 4 saga as never before with the addition of a brand new engine; bringing you gameplay with updated physics and zones in stunning HD graphics! Also new to Episode II is the addition of online/local collaborative play where players can team up with a friend to take control of Sonic and Tails as they battle against Dr. Eggman!
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - May 15, 2012
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II (ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ4フォー エピソードII Sonikku za Hejjihoggu Fō: Episōdo Tsū?) is a 2012 episodic platform video game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, created as a direct follow-on from Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I. The game was developed by Dimps, with assistance from Sonic Team, and is intended to emulate the original Sonic the Hedgehog titles on the Sega Genesis. Episode II was released in May 2012 for PC (via Steam), PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, Android, and iOS, and in July 2013 for Ouya, and Nvidia Shield (as a preinstalled app). A version for the Windows Phone was slated to be released in July 2012, but was ultimately cancelled. An additional episode, "Episode Metal", is available for those who purchase both episodes for the same system. As of late 2014, the game is no longer available on iOS devices due to software incompatibility.
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 18, 2008
The gameplay in Sonic Unleashed focuses on two modes of platforming play: fast-paced levels that take place during daytime, showcasing Sonic's trademark speed as seen in previous games in the series, and slower, night-time levels, during which Sonic's Werehog form emerges, and gameplay switches to an action-based, brawler style of play, in which Sonic battles Dark Gaia enemies.
Windows - Released - October 18, 2018
Bring more than your fists to the fight! Featuring all-new battle mechanics and characters, SOULCALIBUR VI marks a new era of the historic franchise. Welcome back to the stage of history!
Microsoft Xbox - Released - March 29, 2005
Based on the 3D coin-on arcade title of the same name, SpikeOut: Battle Street offers a quick single-player mode that's about two to four hours long and each time it's beaten, a new character, with slightly different special attacks, opens up. There are around 10 levels, and 12 unlockable characters, and an online mode. You can connect with three other players for a four-player online bout on Xbox Live, and as a "sort-of" team, you then proceed to smack infinite nameless thugs into polygonal paste. The game works one way: Four humans against the computer AI. You've got a punch, kick, jump, and grapple move, and when pressed multiple times, each button ignites combos. By grappling an enemy from various angles and by pressing the Dpad in different directions when executing the throw renders various satisfying hurls.
Taito Type X - Released - July 18, 2008
Street Fighter IV is a 2008 fighting video game published by Capcom, who also co-developed the game with Dimps. It was the first numbered Street Fighter game released by Capcom since 1999, a hiatus of nine years. Street Fighter IV takes place several months after the events of Street Fighter II (thus is chronologically set between Street Fighter II and III). After M.Bison's survival from his encounter with Akuma, the S.I.N. corporation began another fighting tournament in order to draw out the most powerful fighters on Earth to complete the BLECE project. Each character has their own reasons for entering this tournament, but S.I.N.'s real desire is to lure Ryu to them in order to analyze the Satsui no Hado, believed to be the last piece of data needed to complete BLECE.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - February 17, 2009
Street Fighter IV brings the legendary fighting series back to its roots by taking the beloved fighting moves and techniques of the original Street Fighter II, and infusing them with Capcom's latest advancements in next generation technology to create a truly extraordinary experience that will re-introduce the world to the time-honored art of virtual martial arts. Everything that made the legendary Street Fighter II a hit in the arcades, living rooms and dormitories across the globe has been brought back in Street Fighter IV. Players will be able to play their favorite classic characters, such as Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li and Guile, along with new characters, including Crimson Viper, Abel, El Fuerte, and Rufus. Characters and environments are rendered in stylized 3D, while the game is played in the classic Street Fighter 2D perspective with additional 3D camera flourishes. Six-button controls for the game return, with a host of new special moves and features integrated into the gameplay system. Street Fighter IV brings a brand new fighting game to fans the world over.
Sony Playstation 3 - February 17, 2009
The Collector's Edition of Street Fighter IV includes a bonus disc with a 65-minute full-length Anime movie and promotional trailers; a CD soundtrack; a collectible Ryu figurine for the PS3 edition; a collectible C. Viper figurine for the Xbox 360 edition; a Udon/Prima Hint book; and 5 downloadable outfits.
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - February 16, 2016
Experience the intensity of head-to-head battle with Street Fighter V! Choose from 16 iconic characters, each with their own personal story and unique training challenges, then battle against friends online or offline with a robust variety of match options. Earn Fight Money in Ranked Matches, play for fun in Casual Matches or invite friends into a Battle Lounge and see who comes out on top! PlayStation 4 and Steam players can also play against each other thanks to cross-play compatibility! Download the cinematic story “A Shadow Falls” today for FREE! M. Bison deploys seven Black Moons into orbit, granting him unimaginable power as the earth falls into darkness.
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - January 16, 2018
On October 5, 2017, Capcom announced Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, for release on January 16, 2018 in United States and Japan and on 19 January 2018 in Europe. The game includes codes for all of the DLC characters from seasons 1 and 2, as well as new interface graphics, two new gameplay modes (Arcade Mode and Extra Battle Mode), one additional V-Trigger per character, and a new CG opening cinematic. The game is available both as a free downloadable update for owners of the original game, and a standalone retail game sold at a reduced price.
Windows - Released - February 16, 2016
Street Fighter V is a fighting video game developed by Capcom and Dimps. The game was released in February 2016 for the PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows. The game features cross-platform play between the PlayStation 4 and Windows versions. Similar to the previous games in the Street Fighter series, Street Fighter V features a side-scrolling fighting gameplay system. The game also introduces the "V-Gauge", which builds as the player receives attacks and adds three new skills. The game features 16 characters at launch, with four of them being new to the series. A story mode and additional characters were added through updates and downloadable content. According to Capcom, the game was a PlayStation 4 console exclusive as both Sony and Capcom had "the same vision for the growth potential in the fighting game space". The game was powered by Unreal Engine 4, and had a beta test prior to its launch. Upon release, the game received generally positive reviews, with critics praising the game's graphics and gameplay, but was criticized for its lack of content and characters, as well as its technical issues such as broken servers at launch and software bugs. Capcom was expecting the game to sell at least 2 million copies by the end of their fiscal year 2016. It missed the sales target, selling only 1.4 million copies as of March 31, 2016; though its accumulated lifetime sales got close to 2.5 million. Its update, Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, released in January 16, 2018 and was received more positively with improvements to the user interface and content, in particular its single-player modes.
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - February 14, 2020
Similar to the previous games in the Street Fighter series, Street Fighter V features a side-scrolling fighting gameplay system. The game also introduces the "V-Gauge", which builds as the player receives attacks and adds three new skills. The game features 16 characters at launch, with four of them being new to the series. A story mode and additional characters were added through updates and downloadable content. Its update, Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, released on January 16, 2018 and was received more positively with improvements to the user interface and content, in particular its single-player modes and the addition of the much-requested Arcade Mode. A second update, titled Street Fighter V: Champion Edition, includes all fighters, stages, and most of the costumes released through its fourth season. It was released on February 14, 2020, as the original disc together with a voucher code to download the remaining content. The story takes place between the events of Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter III. Years after he sacrificed himself to stop M. Bison, Charlie Nash awakens in a tomb and is instructed by a young woman named Helen to retrieve an item from his old friend Guile that will help him destroy Bison. Meanwhile, the Shadaloo organization initiates "Operation C.H.A.I.N.S." by launching seven artificial satellites in orbit known as the "Black Moons", planning to spread fear and despair, the source of Bison's Psycho Power, and siphon this energy in order to render him and his forces invincible. Rashid infiltrates the headquarters of Shadaloo looking for a friend who was kidnapped by them, but is discovered and defeated by F.A.N.G. F.A.N.G. steals a chess piece-like item in Rashid's possession and uses it to detonate one of the Black Moons, triggering a high altitude electromagnetic pulse above New York City.
Taito Type X - Released - October 5, 2017
On October 5, 2017, Capcom announced Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition for release on January 16, 2018 in the United States and Japan and on January 19, 2018 in Europe. The game includes codes for all of the DLC characters from seasons 1 and 2, as well as new interface graphics, two new gameplay modes (Arcade Mode and Extra Battle Mode), one additional V-Trigger per character, and a new CG opening cinematic. The game is available both as a free downloadable update for owners of the original game, and a standalone retail game sold at a reduced price. The Arcade Edition has been developed to use the NESiCAxLive system.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - March 6, 2012
The ultimate match-up you never thought possible is here! STREET FIGHTER and TEKKEN, fighting's biggest brands, finally clash in the ultimate tag-team battle! Featuring your favorite warriors from each franchise and an all-new gameplay and control system designed for fans of both series, casual and veteran players can enjoy the biggest event to ever happen in fighting games. The unimaginable has begun - Street Fighter X Tekken!
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 15, 2005
Based on the anime adaption of the manga by Moyoco Anno. Aim to become a popular witch! Raise your charm and 'pick up' the boys' hearts! Make-up, exercise, making sweets and studying at the Dollhouse will all raise your charm. Use the hearts you capture to purchase clothes from the "Makai Mail Order Book", including outfits from the anime. Includes new original illustrations and full voice over by the anime cast.
Windows - Released - April 4, 2019
SUPER DRAGON BALL HEROES WORLD MISSION is a Tactical-Card game packed with exhilarating confrontation, deep card game strategy and a thrilling storyline taking place in the wide Dragon Ball Heroes universe!
Nintendo Switch - Released - April 4, 2019
SUPER DRAGON BALL HEROES WORLD MISSION is a Tactical-Card game packed with exhilarating confrontation, deep card game strategy and a thrilling storyline taking place in the wide Dragon Ball Heroes universe! Welcome to Hero Town, an alternate reality where Dragon Ball Heroes card game is the most popular form of entertainment. Create your own avatar and follow his journey to become the world champion of Super Dragon Ball Heroes. However, when the antagonists from the virtual game world appear in Hero Town and start wreaking havoc, you have to jump into the game world and team up with famous Dragon Ball characters to restore peace in the real world. - Create your own avatar - More than 350 Characters - More than a thousand cards ! - Card and Mission Creation Mode - Online and local Battle A must-have for all Dragon Ball fans and Card Game enthusiasts! Build your best deck and become the World Champion of Super Dragon Ball Heroes !!
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - April 27, 2010
The follow-up to the critically acclaimed Street Fighter IV will further redefine the fighting game genre with classic 2D Street Fighter fighting action, a host of new and returning characters, more advanced online gameplay, enhanced ultra combo system and more. Super Street Fighter IV features the full roster of 25 characters from Street Fighter IV such as Ryu, Ken, Crimson Viper, Abel, El Fuerte, and Rufus, while adding about eight new characters to the world of Street Fighter IV. The impressive new roster includes classic combatants from previous Street Fighter games like T. Hawk, DeeJay, Guy, Cody and Adon as well as all-new characters such as the mysterious and deadly female fighter, Juri. The addition of Juri also brings another first to the Street Fighter franchise as she is the first fighter in series history to utilize the legendary Tae Kwon Do fighting style. Beyond characters, Super Street Fighter IV adds an enhanced Ultra Combo system as well as major enhancements to the online and offline gameplay modes introduced in Street Fighter IV.
Nintendo 3DS - Released - March 27, 2011
The ultimate version of Street Fighter makes its seamless transition to the Nintendo 3DS with Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition. The console experience is now in the palm of your hand with rich new features that utilize the capabilities of the Nintendo 3DS to its fullest. Packed with 35 playable characters, bonus stages and cinematic Ultra combos, Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition expands the action by allowing you to fight your friends around the world using Wi-Fi. New to the franchise are the figurine mode, which utilizes the Street Pass feature to add a collectible meta-game, and the 3D over-the-shoulder camera option that takes fighting to new depths. For those new to the franchise, a simple mode has been added allowing players to pull off challenging moves with a single touch of the screen.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - June 28, 2011
Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition, brings the ultimate vision of Street Fighter home to the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system. The follow-up to the critically acclaimed Super Street Fighter IV will further redefine the fighting game genre with classic 2D Street Fighter fighting action, a host of new and returning characters, beefed up online modes, and more. Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition features a roster of 39 characters such as Ryu, Chun-li, Juri, El Fuerte, and Rufus, while adding 4 new characters to the roster including classic combatants from previous Street Fighter games like Yun and Yang as well as the all-new Oni. Beyond characters, Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition adds all-new balancing as well as an enhanced Replay Channel.
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - February 23, 2018
Your Choice is Heavier and Faster Than a Bullet. Become the hero of Gun Gale Online in the latest game of the SAO franchise in Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet. Step into the versatile landscapes and environments of Gun Gale Online. Experience an original story supervised by series creator Reki Kawahara that unfolds and changes based on the players’ choices and interaction. Play as the protagonist, battle against opponents using new weapons, and further customize gameplay by creating skills and abilities. Interact with characters from the Sword Art Online original novels, anime, and previous games as you navigate a world that is vastly personalized and visually enhanced. Unlike previous games gun battle plays a large role, though there are numerous other weapons and fighting styles to choose from. Stunning visuals powered by Unreal Engine 4 further immerse the player into the dynamic world. Full dive into Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet.
Packed to the rim with content, the SWORD ART ONLINE: FATAL BULLET Complete Edition includes the main game, three DLC packs, the expansion "Dissonance of the Nexus," and bonus in-game items. Now on the Nintendo Switch™! Your choices are heavier and faster than a bullet. Create your own character and log in to Gun Gale Online, a world of guns and steel, where a chance encounter partners you with a rare support AI called ArFA-sys as you both are caught up in a tempestuous story of fate. Experience the thrilling battles of a third-person shooter (TPS) together with the story and progression of an RPG in this first-ever "TPSRPG" from Sword Art Online! Customize your avatar and master a wide array of weapons and skills! Choose from over 30 playable characters in online PvP, ranging from Alice and Eugeo from "Alicization," season 3 of the SAO anime, to Eiji and Yuna from Sword Art Online the Movie: Ordinal Scale!
Nintendo DS - Released - October 26, 2006
Tales of the Tempest, the first Tales title for the DS concerns Caius, a boy with the ability to unleash the beast inside him, and his quest to find his true parents. The game is presented in 3D and uses a battle system similar to Tales of Rebirth. Enemies and allies are all on 3 lines, with the player switching between them at will. The Touch Screen may be used for special attacks never before seen in the Tales series, allowing lots more variety in battle. The big feature of this game is the ability for certain characters to transform into werewolves, gaining extra power and speed at the cost of techniques.
Nintendo DS - Released - November 11, 2010
Tamagotchi no Narikiri Challenge is an Action game, developed by Dimps Corporation and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2010.
Nintendo DS - Released - November 5, 2009
Tamagotchi no Narikiri Channel is a Simulation game, developed by Dimps Corporation and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2009.
Arcade - Released - September 21, 2006
The Battle of Yu Yu Hakusho: Shitou! Ankoku Bujutsukai is an Fighting game, developed by Dimps Corporation and published by Banpresto, which was released in Japan in 2006 on Namco System 256 Arcade machines.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 11, 2007
The Battle of YuYu Hakusho; Shitou! Ankoku Bujutsu Kai 120% it's a 3D fighting game based in the anime and manga Yu Yu Hakusho. It was launched in 2006 for Arcades and in 2007 as a Playstation 2 exclusive in Japan. It was published by Banpresto and developed by Dimps Corporation. When the game was ported to the Playstation 2, it received an expansion and it received the title "Full Power". The gameplay reminds of games like Virtua Fighter and Dead or Alive. YuYu Hakusho: 120% Full Power focus in four arcs of the series: - The events of "Supernatural Detective" - The events of "Dark Tournment" - The events of "Shinobu Sensui, Hell's Gate: The Dark Chapter Saga" - The events of "World Tournament Makai, The Three Kings Saga" There are 19 selectable characters, 3 Toguro variations, 4 Blues (With hairs of the 4 main) and 8 more in Random. To select the variations just press "R1" and press left or right while chosing your character. There are 7 game modes: - Story Mode - Arcade - VS Players - Training and Tutorial - Survival and Time Attack
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 17, 2005
At the turn of the 21st century, a region devastated by natural disasters has been transformed into the site of a deadly fighting tournament called The Fight for Survival, held by the multinational PROBE-NEXUS Corporation. Fighters of all styles, from all walks of life, and from all over the globe gather for this annual tournament. Some fight for power and fame, some for money, and some simply for revenge, but each has their own personal reasons for participating. The Rumble Fish is a 2D 1-on-1 fighting game comparable to King of Fighters. Two unique elements of the game are separate gauges for offensive and defensive techniques, as well as the ability for characters' armor to be damaged and destroyed. Included are standard Arcade, Versus, Story, Training, and Survival modes, as well as an unlockable art gallery. The PS2 release adds two additional playable characters over the arcade version, Sheryl and Hazama, for a grand total of 12.
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - 2004
The Rumble Fish (ザ・ランブルフィッシュ) is a 2D fighting game developed by Dimps and first published by Sammy for the Atomiswave arcade platform in 2004, and was later ported by Sega to the Sony PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, The Rumble Fish 2, has since been developed.
Arcade - Released - 2004
At the turn of the 21st century, a region devastated by natural disasters has been transformed into the site of a deadly fighting tournament called The Fight for Survival, held by the multinational PROBE-NEXUS Corporation. Fighters of all styles, from all walks of life, and from all over the globe gather for this annual tournament. Some fight for power and fame, some for money, and some simply for revenge, but each has their own personal reasons for participating. The Rumble Fish is a 2D 1-on-1 fighting game comparable to King of Fighters. Two unique elements of the game are separate gauges for offensive and defensive techniques, as well as the ability for characters' armor to be damaged and destroyed. Included are standard Arcade, Versus, Story, Training, and Survival modes, as well as an unlockable art gallery. The PS2 version adds two additional playable characters over the arcade version, Sheryl and Hazama, for a grand total of 12.
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - March 7, 2005
The Rumble Fish 2 (ザ・ランブルフィッシュ2) is a 2D fighting game for the Atomiswave arcade platform. It was produced by Dimps and published by Sammy. It is the sequel to The Rumble Fish, bringing in several new additions. The Rumble Fish 2 uses all of the elements from the first game and adds some new ones. The Offense and Defense gauges have been divided into three sections each, allowing for more usage of Offensive and Defensive Arts, as well as techniques tied to each gauge. An addition to the system is the Boost Dive, which puts each character into a powered-up state according to their style. Most characters have had modifications to their movelists in some way, such as new moves and new commands for old moves. Returning characters include Zen, Hikari, Typhon, Garnet, Orville, Boyd, Viren, Kaya, and Aran. Greed is a secret character, playable only after inputting a password in the operator options. New characters: • Sheryl - A calm, stoic assassin whose fighting style is based upon the use of wires and setting traps across the screen. • Mito - A young girl who fights with a wooden bokken. She fights with two different styles: one with wide, sweeping attacks, and one with short, stabbing attacks. • Bazoo - An over 8 ft tall large man who is caged and seemingly used for sport, which has taken a toll on his mind. He has long range with his arms, and using all kinds of debris to his advantage. • Lud - Leader of the Valour Gang with a Gauntlet attached to his arm. He focuses on rapid, dashing attacks. He also can guard and absorb any attack with a special gauntlet of his. • Hazama - He works under PROBE-NEXUS' CEO. He has strong attacks and a somewhat long range. Hazama is also playable, but only after inputting a password in the operator options. • Beatrice - PROBE-NEXUS' new chairman, and a relative of Vlad. She is powerful, with the ability to project long range waves. She is also playable after inputting the operator password, then inputting a code on the character select screen. However, the playable version of Beatrice is significantly less powerful than her final boss counterpart.