Banpresto

¡Shin Chan flipa en colores!

¡Shin Chan flipa en colores!

Nintendo DS - 2007

De nuevo nuestro personaje favorito se encuentra enfrentado a aventuras bastante alocadas y divertidas; en esta ocasión, Shin Chan deberá viajar a través del mundo de los sueños apoyado por sus rotuladores, sus trajes y su singular carisma, para reparar los destrozos que un pequeño cerdo come sueños ha dejado a su paso.

2nd Super Robot Wars Original Generation

2nd Super Robot Wars Original Generation

Sony Playstation 3 - November 29, 2012

Developed by the same team behind Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden, the game uses high-energy, dynamic action for the in-game battle sequences. According to current series producer Takenobu Terada, the game will use High-definition 2D sprites rendered over a 3D background. This effect was similarly used in the previous Super Robot Wars 64. The Twin Battle System from previous Original Generation installments, where two adjacent units can combine into a single squad, which can then attack simultaneously, will return. Two new features of the game were also revealed. The first one is...

Aa! Megami-sama

Aa! Megami-sama

NEC PC-FX - December 12, 1997

The game is a remake of the computer game of the same name. It adds an animated intro, voice-overs, and two mini-games. The story is based on the manga/anime series "Ah! Megami-sama", depicting the adventures of Keiichi, a Japanese teenager who accidentally summoned the Norse goddess Belldandy and made a wish for her to stay with him forever, which led to all kinds of troubles. What's more, other powerful beings out there are seeking to harm Keiichi's divine girlfriend, so a simple date ends in an unexpected way... The game is a "digital comic", meaning that the adventure elements are...

Another Century's Episode: R

Another Century's Episode: R

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - August 19, 2010

Another Century's Episode: R, abbreviated as A.C.E.: R, is a mecha action video game developed by FromSoftware and Banpresto and published by Bandai Namco Games.

Battle Formation

Battle Formation

Sony Playstation - Released - November 13, 1997

Battle Formation is an strategy game that features villains from the Kamen Rider, Ultraman & Gundam series, and the goal of the game is to conquer the World. The game takes place in a World Map in which the player plays against another human player or the computer to reach the end level of the world in the first place. In each the player can use money to buy new units and use them to conquer new territories.

Battle Pinball

Battle Pinball

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - February 24, 1995

Battle Pinball is a multi-table pinball game exclusive for the Super Famicom and part of Banpresto's "Compati Hero Series" that brings together the licenses for Ultraman, Kamen Rider and Gundam. As with other games in the series, all the characters have been super-deformed to normalize the heights of the differently-sized heroes. The game contains four tables, each themed to a different hero: Kamen Rider, who fights in dusty wastelands with a number of his recurring enemies; Ultraman, who fights in a city against various kaiju; Knight Gundam, who fights in space; and Banpresto's own...

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - August 5, 1994

Sailor Moon was the title of a video game released in Japan in 1994 for the PC-Engine console. The game was an interactive story, including characters and voice actors from the anime as well as some original characters. The songs "Koisuru Otome wa Makenai" and "Onaji Hoshi ni Umareta Futari Dakara" were written specifically for this game. A shortened version of each song appeared in the game, while full versions were available on the single "Sailor Moon: PC Engine Theme Songs".

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Collection

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Collection

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - November 25, 1994

Charinko Hero

Nintendo GameCube - July 17, 2003

Charinko Hero is a Racing game, developed and published by Banpresto, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Cowboy Bebop: Tsuioku no Serenade

Cowboy Bebop: Tsuioku no Serenade

Sony Playstation 2 - August 25, 2005

It is the year 2071, and humanity is living in an interplanetary society. A new breed of "cowboy" bounty hunters pursue outlaws across the lawless solar system in the hope of receiving high rewards for the hackers, drug-dealers, and terrorists they capture. As one of three bounty hunters--Spike, Jet, or Faye--you must unravel the mysteries of the Cowboy Bebop story. Use Spike's Jeet Kune Do skills or Jet's bulldog-style fighting techniques to defeat more than 50 different outlaws and then reap the rewards.

Dai-2-Ji Super Robot Taisen Alpha

Dai-2-Ji Super Robot Taisen Alpha

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - May 3, 2003

Dai-2-ji Super Robot Taisen α is the third game in the Alpha sub-series after Super Robot Taisen α Gaiden, picking up a few months after the previous story. Earth has successfully repelled the Neo Zeon and Zentradi attacks, but faces ever more new threats, from both inside and out. Gameplay is the standard mission-based, turn-based strategy that the series is well-known for. Several new systems appear, including a new Platoon system that allows groups of units to work in unison, a damage scaling system where the size of units affects the damage they take from attacks, and the redesigned...

Dai-4-Ji Super Robot Taisen

Dai-4-Ji Super Robot Taisen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1994

Dai-4-Ji Super Robot Taisen (literally "4th Super Robot Wars") is a strategy RPG and the fifth game - including the previous "gaiden" Super Robot Wars EX - in their Super Robot Wars crossover series which brings together characters from various mecha anime, including but not limited to Gundam, Mazinger and Getter Robo. A few months after the battle with the Inspectors (Super Robot Wars 3), the Earth Federation's economy is in shambles; to add to the problem, spacenoids (people living in space colonies) have begun to commit terrorist attacks. To counter these acts, Jamitov Hymem creates the...

Detective Conan: The Legendary Treasure of Strange Rock Island

Detective Conan: The Legendary Treasure of Strange Rock Island

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 31, 2000

In this game you must play as Conan, Sonoko, and Kogoro, as they all obtain clues to solve the crime. Miki and Satomi Togawa from the previous game return. Certain areas of the game can only be accessed with certain characters. Also, characters interact differently with you depending on which character you are. One example is when Conan interacts with the Detective Boys. When you talk to them as Conan, they are happy to share any information they can find, but if you talk to them as Kogoro or Sonoko, they will refuse to help you. Kogoro will always look annoyed whenever he talks to Conan....

Detective Conan: The Mechanical Temple Murder Case

Detective Conan: The Mechanical Temple Murder Case

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - February 25, 2000

Ran and Conan plan to meet Heiji at a cafe, however the train has had problems and he is late. While they are sitting there, a worker named Miki Tosawa accidentally dumps juice onto Conan. Miki then invites them over to her house and tells them that she actually was planning on going to the famous detective Kogoro Mouri for help, because her sister Satomi has disappeared without telling her where she was going. Conan puts together some clues that lead them to the book store where Haibara helps them locate a guidebook to a really old temple where they think the sister has gone. Then, later,...

Dokiou Ki

Dokiou Ki

Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1995

Doki Oki is a first person perspective in the style of games like Myst. In the game the player takes the role of a human that is summoned into another world by strange robotic creatures that tells him that they need his help to defeat a mysterious enemy.

Dragon Ball Z

Dragon Ball Z

Arcade - Released - 1993

Dragon Ball Z is a fighting game designed and manufactured in Japan by Banpresto in 1993. The game's cabinet is shaped like a robot with markings similar to Goku's gi (suit). The game features large sprites and a color palete that is identical Toriyama's water color scheme in the manga. The environments are semi destructible as chunks of wall or ground could be destroyed. The controls are unique as most of the characters movements are flight related. The playable characters are Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Gohan, Vegeta, Piccolo, Frieza, Captain Ginyu, Recoome, and Burter.

Dragon Ball Z 2: Super Battle

Dragon Ball Z 2: Super Battle

Arcade - Released - 1994

Dragon Ball Z 2: Super Battle the sequel to Dragon Ball Z released in 1994, also produced by Banpresto. The gameplay matches the Butōden series of games rather than the previous arcade game. The characters are Goku, Gohan, Vegeta, Future Trunks, Piccolo, Cell, Android 16, Android 18, Android 20, and Mr. Satan.

Dragon Ball Z: Cell To Kogeki Da

Dragon Ball Z: Cell To Kogeki Da

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Unreleased

Dragon Ball Z: Cell To Kogeki Da is a port of the Sega System 32 game Dragon Ball Z: V.R.V.S.

Dragon Ball Z: The Legend

Dragon Ball Z: The Legend

Sega Saturn - Released - December 30, 2002

Dragon Ball Z: Legendary Super Warriors (ドラゴンボールZ 伝説の超戦士たち, Doragon Bōru Zetto Densetsu no Chô Senshi Tachi) is a turn-based fighting game released for the Game Boy Color. It is played with the use of in-game cards for attacks, techniques and support items. The game’s story takes place from the start of Dragon Ball Z, the Saiyan Saga, and runs until the end of the Buu Saga. The game also includes two extra stories involving Future Trunks's timeline. The game boasts a large array of characters for a Game Boy Color game, featuring all of the Ginyu Force, Super Saiyan forms of all characters that...

Dragon Ball Z: V.R.V.S.

Dragon Ball Z: V.R.V.S.

Arcade - Released - 1994

Dragon Ball Z: V.R.V.S. is a fighting game released in 1994 for the Sega System 32 arcade platform by Sega and Banpresto. Although the game is in 2D, it uses camera angles positioned behind the characters to create a 3D-like experience. The game is controlled with a joysick and 3 buttons; a deluxe edition of the game features motion sensors that allow the player to move his or her body to control the character in the game. The object of the game is to defeat six opponents. The playable characters are Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, Vegeta, and Future Trunks. The final boss is an original character named...

Dragon Ball Z: V.R.V.S.

Dragon Ball Z: V.R.V.S.

Sega System 32

Dragon Ball Z: V.R.V.S. is a fighting game released in 1994 for the Sega System 32 arcade platform by Sega and Banpresto. Although the game is in 2D, it uses camera angles positioned behind the characters to create a 3D-like experience. The game is controlled with a joysick and 3 buttons; a deluxe edition of the game features motion sensors that allow the player to move his or her body to control the character in the game. The object of the game is to defeat six opponents. The playable characters are Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, Vegeta, and Future Trunks. The final boss is an original character named...

Gekka no Kishi: Ouryuusen

Gekka no Kishi: Ouryuusen

Sega Saturn - Released - December 22, 1996

Gekka no Kishi: Ouryuusen (月下の棋士 ~王竜戦~) is a shougi game for the Sega Saturn.

Ghost Sweeper Mikami

Ghost Sweeper Mikami

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - July 29, 1994

Ghost Sweeper Mikami (GS美神) is a video game released only in Japan for the PC Engine Super CD-ROM² in 1994 by Banpresto. It is an adventure game with card battles.

Godzilla

Godzilla

Arcade - Released - 1993

Godzilla (Gojira) is an arcade game developed by Banpresto and released to Japanese arcades in 1993. Have two modes, Story Mode and Versus Mode (mode where one can play against friends or alone).

Gunpey

Arcade - Released - 2000

Gunpey is a puzzle game that features a 5×10 grid and line fragments spread across it varying from shape such as caret (∧), inverted caret (∨), left slash (\), and right slash (/). The players are only able to slide the line fragments vertically, either to move them or switch them with another segment. The goal of the game is to piece the broken lines together to form a connected line from one end to the other. After a line is completed, the line will glow, allowing players to connect any additional branching segments to achieve a combo bonus. A bonus is also awarded when all of the line...

Hokuto no Ken

Hokuto no Ken

Sega Saturn - Released - December 22, 1995

Hokuto no Ken is based on the anime series First of the North Star, continuing its plot. The story begins when Burt and Lynn are about to marry and Lynn is kidnapped by Jado (which resembles Jagger of the first series of Hokuto no Ken), a disciple of the "Dark Hokuto" The Dark Fist of Deceased Light, using a technique called Hokuto Mumyo Ken, a technique older than Hokuto Shinken itself. Then Ken (who is retired in a cave) is attacked by an henchmen of this martial arts school. After defeating him, Ken decides to investigate. The player watches the development of plot in long anime-like...

Kakutou Ryouri Densetsu Bistro Recipe: Wonder Battle Hen

Kakutou Ryouri Densetsu Bistro Recipe: Wonder Battle Hen

WonderSwan - Released - September 30, 1999

A food-centered strategy game from Banpresto.

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam

Sony PSP - Released - November 20, 2008

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam is a Simulation game, developed by Banpresto and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2008.

Kirby's Avalanche

Kirby's Avalanche

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1995

AVALANCHE! The call is heard in the hills and valley throughout Dream Land! The people of the country hold their breath in wonder. The First Annual Dream Land's Avalanche Competition has begun! It's up to you to blast Kirby's adversaries in the most thunderous puzzler around. Strategically stack the color-coded Blobs and watch them meld together. A colossal explosion will cause a massive bombardment of Boulders to cascade upon your opponent! Rise above these grizzled veterans and claim the prized Dream Fountain Cup! Help Kirby bury his opponents in a landslide victory!

Kokoro Connect: Yochi Random

Kokoro Connect: Yochi Random

Sony PSP - November 22, 2012

Kokoro Connect Yochi Random (ココロコネクト ヨチランダム) is a Japanese visual novel adaption of the light novel series Kokoro Connect for the Playstation Portable. Yochi Random features an alternative storyline based on the original novels and features multiple routes and endings determined by the player's choices during their playthrough. This original, non-canon story is set in between Hito Random and Kizu Random. Iori's route was specially written by the author of the light novel, Sadanatsu Anda.

Konjiki no Gash Bell!! Unare! Yūjō no Zakeru Dream Tag Tournament

Konjiki no Gash Bell!! Unare! Yūjō no Zakeru Dream Tag Tournament

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 24, 2005

Konjiki no Gash Bell!! Unare! Yūjō no Zakeru Dream Tag Tournament (translated Golden Gash Bell!! Wish! Electric Shock of Friendship Dream Tag Tournament) is a 2D fighting game and a sequel to Konjiki no Gashbell: Unare Yuujou no Zakeru 2. It was released on the Game Boy Advance on November 24, 2005 in Japan only. This installment quite changes the style of play with respect to its predecessors who used a pair of humans and suckers fighting together. Instead, he uses a more traditional one-on-one system, where mamodos fight alone and their human companions can be briefly invoked to assist in a...

Lode Runner: The Legend Returns

Lode Runner: The Legend Returns

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1998

A resurrection of the original classic platform game with a number of updates such as one and two player options, detailed graphics, character moves, a level editor, and music with sound effects. Beside you run from some red-toga wearing "Mad Monks" that eat you (like in the "Beast Master" movie) if they catch you, you have a few things on hand to use: small bombs, big bombs (nothing will reappear when they destroy something), a drill (for stone floors), booby-traps, and a few other things up your sleeve.

Lupin III

Lupin III

Epoch Super Cassette Vision - January 2, 1984

Lupin III is an Action game, developed and published by Epoch, which was released in Japan in 1984.

Magna Carta Portable

Magna Carta Portable

Sony PSP - Released - May 25, 2006

Magna Carta: Tears of Blood is a role-playing game that takes place amid racial tensions in Efferia, a land populated by an indigenous population and humans that have fled disease in their homeland. You can become a master of the powerful and magical "Carta" system and try to bring peace to Efferia. The game features computer-generated cutscenes and a fantasy story that provides more than 50 hours of gameplay.

Magna Carta: Tears of Blood

Magna Carta: Tears of Blood

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 16, 2006

The land of Efferia is a huge continent, where five different races co-exist - alas, not always peacefully. At present, humans and a race called Yasons are having a prolonged conflict. The hero of the game, a young adventurer named Calintz, comes back to his hometown, only to discover that it was destroyed by enemies. Thinking only about revenge, Calintz embarks on a journey that will eventually force him to get involved in the world of conflicts, wars, and intrigues. Magna Carta: Tears of Blood is a Korean-made RPG in Japanese style, and a sequel to Phantom of Avalanche; it is set in the...

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1994

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is a one-on-one competitive fighting game, featuring two different game modes: a Scenario Mode where the player competes against a series of CPU-controlled opponents, and a Battle Mode for two players. In the Scenario Mode, the matches consist of two segments: the player will fight against a regular-sized monster as one of the Rangers, and after the defeating the monster they will battle a giant version of it. Initially only the five original Rangers and the Megazord are available with the Green Ranger and Dragonzord being locked until they are defeated.

Oni - The Ninja Master

Oni - The Ninja Master

Arcade - January 1, 1995

Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai Happy End HD Complete Box

Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai Happy End HD Complete Box

Sony Playstation 3 - September 26, 2013

PlayStadium 4: Fumetsu no Dai League Ball

PlayStadium 4: Fumetsu no Dai League Ball

Sony Playstation - Released - July 29, 1999

Play Stadium 4 is the fourth and last one in the series of games made by Banpresto for Playstation features as usual different kind of game modes, different stadium and teams to select, cartoon 3d graphics and the gameplay that made the series a success.

Project X Zone

Project X Zone

Nintendo 3DS - Released - June 25, 2013

Developed by Banpresto and Monolith Soft, Project X Zone features over 50 characters from 29 historic game franchises by three of Japan's most prolific video game companies. In Project X Zone players will use a team of two characters known as a Pair Unit to explore the world within the game. An additional character known as a Solo Unit can be combined with the Pair Unit to assist in battles with Solo Attacks as well as augment the attacks available for players to execute. Throughout the game, epic battles are waiting to erupt at a moment's notice. Players will have to master an array of...

Project X Zone 2

Project X Zone 2

Nintendo 3DS - Released - February 16, 2016

In the sequel to the original world crossing adventure, legendary characters from Japan's most prolific video game publishers come together to create the biggest mashup strategy game ever! Developed by MONOLITH SOFTWARE INC., Project X Zone 2 gives gamers the opportunity to play as their favorite characters from a multitude of franchises and form teams of characters hailing from classic and current franchises and engage enemies through strategic turn-based battles. Featuring characters from YAKUZA: Dead Souls, the Sakura Wars series, Virtua Fighter series, and more from SEGA, characters...

Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan: Enjou! Kyoto Rinne

Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan: Enjou! Kyoto Rinne

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 13, 2006

Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan: Enjō! Kyōto Rinne (るろうに剣心 -明治剣客浪漫譚- 炎上!京都輪廻) is the only video game for the PlayStation 2 console. Its Japanese release was slated for September 13, 2006.[122] The game has sold over 130,000 copies in Japan.

SD Gundam: Gachapon Senshi 2

SD Gundam: Gachapon Senshi 2

Microsoft MSX2

SD Lupin Sansei: Kinko Yaburi Daisakusen

SD Lupin Sansei: Kinko Yaburi Daisakusen

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - April 13, 1990

SD Lupin Sansei: Kinko Yaburi Daisakusen is a Puzzle game, developed by Nova Games Ltd. and published by Banpresto, which was released in Japan in 1990.

SD The Great Battle: Aratanaru Chousen

SD The Great Battle: Aratanaru Chousen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 29, 1990

SD The Great Battle is a top-down platformer/shooter that features characters from the Ultraman, Kamen Rider and Mobile Suit Gundam universes. It is the first game in what would be known as the Compati Hero Series. As well as for stylistic reasons, characters are super deformed -- turned into cartoonish caricatures with large heads and small bodies -- so that characters from the three franchises can be depicted at heights comparative to one another. Normally, Kamen Rider characters are human-sized whereas most Gundam Mobile Suits and Ultraman (and his kaiju opponents) are around 50-200 feet...

Shin Chan - Contra los Plastas

Shin Chan - Contra los Plastas

Nintendo DS - December 4, 2009

Shinchan: Contra los Muñecos de Shock Gahn

Shinchan: Contra los Muñecos de Shock Gahn

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 18, 2006

El juego se ambienta en el capítulo especial de la serie (con el mismo nombre que el videojuego), el capítulo especial se puede ver en la película Shin chan: Perdidos en la Jungla. Durante el juego Shin chan se encontrará otra vez en un siniestro parque de atracciones llamado Shock Gahn donde tendrá que salir de él con ayuda de su familia y amigos. Shin chan dispondrá de unos disfraces que le añadirán unas habilidades para cada nivel.

Super Gussun Oyoyo

Super Gussun Oyoyo

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 11, 1995

Super Gussun Oyoyo is an extremely cute action/puzzle game by Banpresto, and conversion of Irem's arcade game of the same name originally released in 1993. The game is an interesting and unique crossover between the 'puzzly' side of Tetris and the 'save all the rodents' side of Lemmings. The goal of the game is to guide a bald and fun looking creature, who also happens to be a treasure hunter called Gussun (and his friend Oyoyo in two players mode), to the level's exit. This character just keeps walking around and gets scared at the silliest things. While he aimlessly wanders around the...

Super Nazo Puyo Tsuu: Rulue no Tetsuwan Hanjyouki

Super Nazo Puyo Tsuu: Rulue no Tetsuwan Hanjyouki

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - June 26, 1996

Super Nazo Puyo Tsu: Rulue no Tetsuwan Hanjouki is the third and final game of Nazo Puyo's "Roux" subseries. Unlike the previous game, Rulue is the only playable character. The game like it's predecessor Super Nazo Puyo: Rulue no Roux focuses on puzzle solving using standard Puyo Puyo gameplay. Like it's predecessor the player is tasked with varies clearing objectives using preset boards and pieces. The objectives range from clearing all of a specific color of Puyo, clearing all Nuisance Puyo, creating a specific chain length, clearing a certain amount of Puyo simultaneously, or simply clear...

Super Nazo Puyo: Rulue no Roux

Super Nazo Puyo: Rulue no Roux

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - May 26, 1995

Super Nazo Puyo: Rulue no Roux (Supa Nazo Puyo Ruru No Ru) is the sequel to Nazo Puyo: Arle no Roux. It was succeeded by Super Nazo Puyo Tsu: Rulue no Tetsuwan Hanjouki. A Nuisance Puyo variation known as Iron Puyo was introduced in this game.

Super Nazo Puyo: Rulue no Roux

Nintendo Satellaview - 1995

Super Nazo Puyo: Rulue no Roux is a Puzzle game, developed by Compile and published by Banpresto, which was released in Japan in 1995.

Super Robot Spirits

Super Robot Spirits

Nintendo 64 - Released - July 17, 1998

Super Robot Spirits is a one-against-one fighting game featuring big robots from the Super Robot Wars game series and anime TV series. The background story is basically about an mysterious force attacking Earth and the robot pilots battle it out to determine who fights the evil robots in the end. How the story plays out in detail depends on which of the seven characters is used in story mode. The selectable characters are the protagonists' mecha from the series Daitarn 3, Dancougar, G Gundam, Dunbine, Xabungle and Voltes V plus the R-1 from Shin Super Robot Taisen. By meeting certain...

Super Robot Taisen A Portable

Super Robot Taisen A Portable

Sony PSP - Released - June 19, 2008

The story revolves around an organization called the Shadow-Mirror, which exists in a parallel world where events happened in a different way than the original game world, thus making the state of the worlds different, though a bit similar at times. Its leader, Vindel Mauser, desires a world of eternal war to make humanity improve more through war. His plan is to send his agents towards another dimension, spy on the defense forces of the world in order to make adjustments on the attack, and eventually conquer it. Featured series: Banpresto originals Chōdenji Robo Combattler V...

Super Robot Taisen Alpha

Super Robot Taisen Alpha

Sony Playstation - Released - April 25, 2000

In the year 179 of the New Western Calendar, the One Year War breaks out between the Earth Federation and the Principality of Zeon, but is halted when an object crashes to Earth, landing on South Atalia Island. An investigative team from the Extra-Over Technological Investigative Institute discovers the object is an alien battleship with highly advanced technology. Despite the warnings of Dr. Bian Zoldark, the Federation hides the evidence of intelligent, extraterrestrial life, and uses the time to increase their military power. Bian founds the Divine Crusaders to utilize the Extra-Over...

Super Robot Taisen Alpha 3: To the End of the Galaxy

Super Robot Taisen Alpha 3: To the End of the Galaxy

Sony Playstation 2 - July 28, 2005

Alpha 3 continues to use the Squad System from 2nd Super Robot Wars Alpha, where a maximum of four units can be assigned to a squad that counts as a single unit. Since all playable mecha are of different sizes, a size limit is placed, thus the player must consider building an effective squad. The system has received several improvements, including: The ability to auto-generate squads based on "balance" (generally grouping units together by series), "power" (a strong squad leader combined with strong supporting allies), or "speed" (based on movement rate; units with the same rate are grouped...

Super Robot Taisen Alpha Gaiden

Super Robot Taisen Alpha Gaiden

Sony Playstation - Released - March 29, 2001

Shortly after the events of Alpha, the Earth Federation has covered up many of the events in the climatic battle with the antagonist Aerogaters, but the gravity shock wave from the detonation of the Excelion (from Gunbuster) in the Battle of the Solar System's Absolute Defense is rapidly approaching the Earth, and threatens to wipe out the space colonies and the planet. The Earth's only hope is the Aegis System, which could shield the Earth Sphere from the shock wave. Unfortunately, the heroes are sent to an alternate future, where the Earth has been ravaged by the wave. Faced with a new...

Super Robot Taisen Compact 3

Super Robot Taisen Compact 3

WonderSwan Color - Released - July 17, 2003

Super Robot Wars Compact 3 is the final WonderSwan entry in the strategy RPG series. The game mixes old and new mechanics, while introducing obscure anime series like New Story of Aura Battler Dunbine and Mechander Robo.

Super Robot Taisen D

Super Robot Taisen D

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - August 8, 2003

Super Robot Wars Destiny is a turn-based strategic game featuring many famous Japanese mecha animes. It was the fourth of the series on the Gameboy Advance and takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, just after the beginning of Getter Robo Armageddon, where a nuclear explosion wipes out the majority of humanity. While other factions are doing their own activities, they are shocked to discover the Earth is sealed, having disappeared from the face of the universe. The three main protagonists must find out the reason behind the sealing and how to stop it. On the course of the journey, the player...

Super Robot Taisen J

Super Robot Taisen J

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 15, 2005

Super Robot Wars J , is a tactical role-playing video game released for the Game Boy Advance by Banpresto. The last installment of the Super Robot Wars series for the Game Boy Advance. Notable for its battle animations, which are arguably on the level of the Playstation 2 versions of the series. A list of the anime series which are featured in the game. Series that premiered in the Super Robot Wars series in this game are marked with "(new)". Mobile Fighter G Gundam Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Blue Comet SPT Layzner Brain Powerd Martian Successor Nadesico...

Super Robot Taisen MX Portable

Super Robot Taisen MX Portable

Sony PSP - December 29, 2005

Another year, another PS2 SRW game. The subject this time is SRW MX, the latest offering from Banpresto. Although the game itself isn't too hard, it has improved several aspects of the game, most notably the presentation of attacks which gives the game even more of an "anime" feel than before. This game also has a series list that would please American fans, with 4 featured titles already released in America; Gundam: Char's Counterattack, Nadesico: Prince of Darkness, Rahxephon and Neon Genesis Evangelion. New systems, such as the Double Attack system and Favourite System are also...

Super Robot Taisen NEO

Super Robot Taisen NEO

Nintendo Wii - Released - October 29, 2009

NEO is the first Super Robot Wars title to appear on the Nintendo Wii. NEO carries on from Super Robot Wars GC and Super Robot Wars XO by using 3D models for the battle animations, rather than the standard 2D sprite animation which the Super Robot Wars series is known for. NEO also stands out as the many anime series featured were shows aimed at a younger audience, three of the titles making a debut: Haō Taikei Ryū Knight, NG Knight Lamune & 40 and Shippū! Iron Leaguer originated in the early-to-mid-90s "chibi robo" style of robot anime marketed to children, in which the robots were presented...

Super Robot Taisen OG Gaiden

Super Robot Taisen OG Gaiden

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 27, 2007

Super Robot Wars OG Gaiden is a 2007 tactical role-playing game, and direct sequel to Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation, for the PlayStation 2. The bonus segments of Original Generations, entitled Original Generation 2.5: Unified Wisdom, was regarded as a preview for Original Generation Gaiden. The game resolves many matters left unchecked at the end of Original Generation 2.5, such as one of the main antagonist's unfinished plan and the activities of one of the enemy factions. The same tactical gameplay from Original Generations is carried over to Original Generation Gaiden, along with...

Super Robot Taisen OG: Original Generations

Super Robot Taisen OG: Original Generations

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 28, 2007

Super Robot Wars OG: Original Generations is a remake of the previous two Super Robot Wars OG Games (originally on the GameBoy Advance), with a fair amount of new content.

Super Robot Taisen Z

Super Robot Taisen Z

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 25, 2008

Super Robot Taisen Z is the last Super Robot Taisen game published on the Playstation 2, followed shortly after by its special disk. Like for the Alpha series, it's the first title of the Z series, that will spawn to the Playstation Portable with Super Robot Taisen Z2 (separated in two chapters), and to Playstation 3 With Super Robot Taisen Z3. In this particular version, the following series make their appearence for the first time: Super Dimensional Century Orguss, Super Heavy God Gravion, Super Heavy God Gravion Zwei, Genesis of Aquarion, Psalm of Planets Eureka Seven, Overman King Gainer,...

Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation

Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 8, 2006

It is two hundred years after the beginning of the "Space Era", a time period when civilization began expanding into space. However, by the start of the 21st century, two meteors struck and destroyed much of the Earth, sending humanity into chaos. By year 179 of the Space Era, secret technology, dubbed Extra-Over Technology, or EOT, was discovered by the Earth Federal Government within a third meteor that had hit Earth at the Marquesas Islands in the South Pacific. Dr. Bian Zoldark, while investigating the meteor, also found out that the creators of the Extra-Over Technology were heading to...

Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2

Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 21, 2006

The battle rages on! Peace slowly settles over the planet Earth after a brutal war against the alien armada. However, the world is not able to rest for long, as new forces emerge and threaten to bring Earth to it's knees once again. Use all the cunning and tactical skill you have to command the best and brightest mech pilots the world has ever seen in saving humanity from enemies bent on dominating the human race - or worse, annihilating it's very existence. * Multiple branching pathways provide 50+ hours of strategy RPG gameplay! * New allies, new enemies, and new mechs! * Enhanced...

Super Robot Wars GC

Super Robot Wars GC

Nintendo GameCube - December 16, 2004

Super Robot Wars GC (??????????GC Supa Robotto Taisen Jishi?) is the first and only Nintendo GameCube Super Robot Wars title. The basic premise of the game is that the plot, settings, characters, and other mechanics consist of essentially mixing and combining the like of Gundam, Mazinger, Getter Robo, Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh, and many other mecha-based anime and manga series into one universe. The Super Robot Wars series has existed for a fairly long time, dating back to the Nintendo Game Boy, and has had many releases since then, across possibly all of the mainstream platforms since then,...

Super Robot Wars K

Super Robot Wars K

Nintendo DS - Released - 2007

Super Robot Wars K is the second Nintendo DS-released Super Robot Wars, which more or less reuses the visual and combat engine from Super Robot Wars W, with some new additions and some rather unorthodox debuting series as well. Once again, it has no Universal Century Gundam, no Getter Robo, and no Mazinger except for the original.

Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden

Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden

Sony Playstation 2 - December 27, 2007

A sequel to Super Robot Wars Original Generations, continuing the story started in that game's bonus episode. It also includes a Free Battle Mode for watching battle scenes and a Card Battle game.

Super Robot Wars UX

Super Robot Wars UX

Nintendo 3DS - Released - March 14, 2013

Super Robot Wars Z: Special Disk

Super Robot Wars Z: Special Disk

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 2, 2009

In the tradition of Super Robot Taisen series, Suepr Robot Taisen Z gets its own Special Disk. Featured in this game are: Extra episodes not included in Super Robot Taisen Z, a Library with information on the series featured, a complete collection of game suspension messages and game preparatory art, and the usual free-battle mode, that allow the player to choose two mechas, the attacks, backgrounds, musics, etc, and see them battle.

Tenchi Muyou!: Game Hen

Tenchi Muyou!: Game Hen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1995

Sasami is kidnapped by a mysterious little girl with magical powers, and Tenchi and his companions must travel to rescue her, battling monsters and other creatures on the way.

Time Bokan Series: Bokan Go Go Go

Time Bokan Series: Bokan Go Go Go

Sony Playstation - Released - February 22, 2001

Time Bokan is a Japanese anime series first aired on Fuji TV from October 4, 1975 to December 25, 1976 throughout Japan every Saturday at 6:30pm, with a total of 61 30-minute episodes. It was produced by Tatsunoko Productions, who later produced a number of spinoff programs as part of the "Time Bokan Series": Dr. Kieda, a somewhat slightly wacky, but intelligent scientist, has finally succeeded in inventing insect-shaped all-terrain time machines called "Time Bokan". To prove its efficiency and safety, he decides to serve as the very first guinea-pig for its maiden voyage. However, by the...

Ultimate Muscle: The Kinnikuman Legacy - The Path of the Superhero

Ultimate Muscle: The Kinnikuman Legacy - The Path of the Superhero

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 5, 2003

BUMBLING BICEPS, the world of wrestling will never be the same! ...because now there's a new Kid in town - Kid Muscle! His unwilling arrival on Earth comes conspicuously close to the legendary Muscle League Champions' embarrassing beating at the hands of the d.M.p, a devious new breed of evil wrestling super villains. The Muscle League has recruited King Muscle's own son to reinvigorate their falling fortunes! And they've enlisted and trained a whole new generation of heroes to take on the diabolical d.M.p and save the planet!!

Ultraman Fighting Evolution 0

Ultraman Fighting Evolution 0

Sony PSP - July 20, 2006

Ultraman Fighting Evolution 0 (?????? Fighting Evolution 0, Urutoraman Fighting Evolution 0?) is a Fighting game from the series Ultraman Fighting Evolution. It is the fifth and currently last entry in the series. The game was released to coincide the release of the film, Ultraman Mebius & The Ultra Brothers. Both the movie and the game were created to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Ultraman. Story mode for the Ultra Brothers takes place some time before the movie and Ultraman Mebius' story mode takes place after Ultraman, Ultraseven, Ultraman Jack and Ultraman Ace got stuck on...

Ultraman Fighting Evolution 3

Ultraman Fighting Evolution 3

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 2, 2004

Ultraman Fighting Evolution 3 is the third game in the Ultraman Fighting Evolution series released for the PlayStation 2 system. Narration is provided by Yuji Machi, who also provided Ultraman Tiga's kiais and narrated Ultraman Dyna. This is also the first game of the Ultraman Fighting Evolution series to feature Ultramen and Ultra Monsters from the Heisei era with the addition of Ultraman 80.

Zen Super Robot Wars Denshi Daihyakka

Zen Super Robot Wars Denshi Daihyakka

Sony Playstation - Released - October 29, 1998

Super Robot Wars is a series of tactical role-playing video games produced by Banpresto, which is now a Japanese division of Namco Bandai. The main feature of the franchise is having a story that crosses over several popular mecha anime, manga and video games, allowing characters and mecha from different titles to team up or battle one another. The first game in the franchise was released for the Nintendo Game Boy on the 20th April, 1991. Later spawning numerous games that were released on various consoles and handhelds. Due to the nature of crossover games and licensing involved, only three...

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