Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 31, 2005
This adventure game is based on the Beck anime, which focuses heavily on hard rock music. Playing as main character Yukio Tanaka, you lead your band, Beck, to success. The game's storyline is based on the anime, but with some new additions. In the adventure part, you move to different areas of the stage and speak to other characters. Also included is Groove Game, a mini game where you press buttons in time with music. All music is original and made for the game.
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 DS - Released - November 2, 2006
Kirby is enjoying his picnic until someone snatches his strawberry cake. As usual, it turns out be his eternal rival, King Dedede. So Kirby rushes off to get his cake back. Along the way he meets up with the Squeak Squad, a team of mysterious and infamous thieves. After Kirby defeats Dedede, the Squeaks turn against Kirby and steal the treasures he has collected, because they believe the they "grant you the ultimate power". It's up to Kirby to defeat the whole Squeak Squad, and get the treasure back. Kirby can copy the abilities of certain enemies by inhaling and swallowing them, as Kirby can do in most of his games. Squeak Squad also includes new features such as interactive environments, allowing the player to use copy abilities to pass objects. For example, using the Ice ability on water will freeze it, allowing Kirby to cross. A new feature, Copy Scrolls, let the player power up Kirby's abilities. For example, Spark can create thunder clouds and make electrical currants that can run through metal. Kirby can collect and store objects in his stomach which is represented on the touch screen. The player can also roulette by one copy ability over another using the stylus. Roulette stops on a random ability including abilities only available through the roulette.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 2, 2002
Now you have a link to one of the greatest adventures in The Legend of Zelda series. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past revives the classic SNES game on the Game Boy Advance and adds a new multiplayer mode. In a Link to the Past, Link travels between the light world and the dark world, conquering fierce monsters and uncovering Hyrule's deepest secrets along the way. Also included is Four Swords, which lets you play with up to three other players, slashing through dungeons and collecting rupees. Whether you choose solo or competitive play, The Legend of Zelda will keep you occupied with its brain-bending puzzles and fun swashbuckling action.
Nintendo 3DS - Released - June 5, 2013
A pall of Darkness has fallen over the land of Labrynna. The Sorceress of Shadows has captured the Oracle of Ages and is using her power to do evil. Link has been summoned to help and must travel back and forth in time to stop the Sorceress of Shadows and return Labrynna to its former glory. Link the game with The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons. Friends and enemies will travel between the 2 games, and passwords can upgrade and transport items!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - May 14, 2001
A pall of darkness has fallen over the land of Labrynna. The Sorceress of Shadows, Veran, has captured the Oracle of Ages and is using her power for the ways of evil. But hope is not lost… yet. Link has been summoned to Labrynna by the Triforce, and he’ll need to bend the very fabric of time to save the Oracle. And he must hurry, for time is running out… * Play the Harp of Ages! Travel through time to affect events in both past and present! * Use tons of items! Link will master new items like Mystical Seeds and over 60 Magical Rings as well as classic tools like the Boomerang and Roc’s Feather. * Link gets reinforcements! Fly, swim and jump to new heights with all-new characters like Moosh the winged bear, Ricky the marsupial, and Dimitri the Dodongo!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - May 14, 2001
The land of Holodrum is slowly withering. Onox, the General of Darkness, has imprisoned the Oracle of Seasons and is draining the very life out of the land. With the seasons in tumult and the forces of evil running rampant, the world looks for a hero... and finds Link. His quest won't be easy - he'll have to master the seasons themselves if he's to turn back the evil tide.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 10, 2005
While at a festival with Princess Zelda, Link encounters a mysterious mage, called Vaati, who turns the princess to stone. Helpless to stop them, Link is asked by the king to meet with a race of tiny people known as the Minish, who may be able to help with their predicament. On his travels, Link teams up with a talking cap called Ezlo, who is able to shrink Link to the size of a Minish so that he can meet with them. With his newfound abilities, Link must save the kingdom from Vaati's menace. The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap is a top-down action adventure game that tells the origins of the evil Vaati from Four Swords. Players take on the role of Link as they conquer various dungeons to retrieve essential tools to fight enemies and progress through various obstacles. Items such as the Mole Mitts allow Link to dig through dirt, while the Gust Jar can be used to suck in enemies, items, and propel Link. Link can also shrink down to the size of a Minish with the aid of Ezlo, the talking cap. The Minish Cap uses the gameplay mechanic of shrinking to make familiar territory new and different. Puddles become huge rivers, baby chicks are huge monsters, and regular enemies become deadly bosses at Minish size. Link can also trade items called "Kinstones" with people in the game - when two pieces of the same Kinstone are joined together, new areas open up, treasure chests appear, and sometimes, even useful rewards are given to Link.