The TurboGrafx-CD is an add on for the TurboGrafx-16. It was released to expand the library of games of the TurboGrafx 16.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - July 16, 1993
1552 Tenka Tairan is a war strategy game (with MOUSE support!) set during the Sengoku period of the Japanese history. The three campaign scenarios are set, respectively, in the years 1552, 1582, and 1600. The player is put in the midst of the so-called gekokujou situation, when ambitious daimyo (feudal lords) began to overthrow their superiors, resulting in a global war for dominance in Japan. The player controls such a warlord, choosing one of the available historical figures, or creating his/her own character. Character creation is Ultima-style; the player is asked a series of questions, and...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - July 8, 1994
Based on a manga, 3x3 Eyes tells the story of Yakumo who has been made immortal and is doomed to protect the 3 eyed girl Pai. Pai is seeking to become human, but until then if she dies, so does Yakumo.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - October 10, 1992
This compilation disc was packed in with the TurboDuo in North America, giving buyers easy access to Bonk's Adventure, Bonk's Revenge, Bomberman, and Gate of Thunder.Despite appearing to contain only three games, Bomberman can be accessed by pressing Up, Right, Down, Left, II at the game select menu.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 1, 1991
Based on the Addams Family movie, this game is quite different from the other Addams Family variants. The player is cast in the role of Tully Alford, the crooked lawyer of the Addams family. He finds out that somewhere in the family mansion, a great treasure is stored in a vault. He decides to venture into the mansion and retrieve the treasure. Naturally, this is going to be anything but easy, as the insane Addams family members and a legion of ghosts and monsters are there to make sure the lawyer fails... Like most other Addams Family incarnations, this is a side-scrolling action game....
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 22, 1994
The strongest young women in the country hold a tournament, which is sponsored by various restaurant chains, which in turn ask the competing girls to pose as waitresses working in said restaurants, for promotional purposes. The girls of the Jahana group who starred in the previous games return, with the new main protagonist being the young martial artist Yuka Takeuchi, who has been training in a secluded forest area before joining the competition.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - June 19, 1992
Adventure Quiz is a compilation of two games previously released on the arcades, Capcom World and Hatena? no Daiboken. Both games play very similarly: the player has to roll dice in order to navigate his/her alter ego on a board with medieval/fantasy backgrounds. Depending on the result, the character advances a certain amount of squares, which lead to various quiz challenges. The player has to answer a series of questions within a time limit, choosing the right answer among the several (usually four) available ones. Two-player gameplay is also possible. Upon reaching the final square of...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - February 24, 1995
The Cho Aniki series returns with their first sequel, the one that would cement the series humorous fetish with bodybuilders and other assorted stuff. As in the original Cho Aniki: Super Big Brothers, Ai Cho Aniki is a side-scrolling shooter in which you have to clear several stages of enemies with your flying avatar. Said avatar this time can be either of the two "option" bodybuilders that were supporting characters in the original while the original's main cast plays only small cameo roles as they appear every now and then to drop power-ups. Our two beloved speedo-wearing beefcakes also...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - October 29, 1993
Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (Akumajou Dracula X: Chi no Rondo) is a 2-D side-scrolling platformer with a gothic horror theme. Released in 1993, this game features the ability to save a player's progress, advances the plot via full-screen cutscenes, and utilizes CD audio tracks instead of the PC Engine's HUCard, producing a higher quality of musical audio. Set in the year 1792, you play as Richter Belmont, a vampire hunter. The dark priest Shaft has kidnapped Annette Renard, Richter's main love interest, and taken her to Castlevania along with a handful of other female victims. Wielding an...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - August 26, 1994
Wisperad is a small universe that consists of only a few star systems. Hundreds of years ago, light-speed travel was invented, allowing the inhabitants of different star systems to navigate spaceships and establish contact with each other. Three hundred years ago, a great leader named Dumna founded a centralized kingdom where the different races populating the universe could leave in peace. However, after his death political tensions have increased, eventually resulting in the dissolution of the kingdom and the partition of Wisperad into three spheres of influence: the Mars Confederation, the...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - February 24, 1995
The two sisters, Ai and Yuuko, have taken different paths in life. Yuuko has been taken away by a mysterious gang. Ai is determined to save her from the clutches of crime. In a seemingly all-female city overrun by insane workers, biker gangs, and assorted criminals, Ai and her friends Chika and Makoto decide to work together in order to restore the world to normality again.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - September 30, 1993
Genghis Khan II: Clan of the Gray Wolf is a 2D turn-based grand strategy game, based on the life of the historical Mongol leader Temujin, better known as Genghis Khan. The gameplay is similar to other grand strategy games from Koei, like Romance of the Three Kingdoms or Nobunaga's Ambition. The game has various scenarios from the Conquest of Mongolia (the unification of Mongol tribes) to World Conquest (with up to six playable factions). On the world/country map (divided into smaller provinces) the player develops his own provinces, gives orders to his subordinates, establishes alliances and...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - July 28, 1995
Welcome to the "Ryouran Private School for Women" which educates the daughters of the upper echelons of society. Here, the high class clubs annually hold a martial arts tournament: the "Club Rivalry Budget Contest Mega Fight." Each character employs a different fighting style; techniques are unique to each club.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 4, 1994
The Atlas (ジ・アトラス The Atlas) is a multiplatform strategy/simulation video game developed by Artdink Development. The game is set during the Age of Discovery in the 15th century. There is a strict time limit of five years to discover mysterious lands that are 1,000 miles or 1,600 kilometres south of Portugal. Players can work for an admiral and can either change employment or even retire. Specialized names for the adventures, along with their characteristics and every kind of information possible is synthesized by the combination of certain attributes. The topographic features are created...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 10, 1993
Foregoing the generic fantasy setting of most RPGs, Aurora Quest casts you as Otaku-chan, a man in a land controlled by a group of five women called Aurora (who would pass quite easily for a Japanese girlie band). Together with your fellow travellers, Jonjon and Nekketsu, you work your way through a humorous sci-fi story. The gameplay is very standard RPG stuff with towns containing shops, hotels and so on, and the world map throwing up random encounters every few steps. These battles are turn based with the usual mechanics of selecting your attacks and watching them play out - although you...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Unlicensed - February 24, 1995
AV Tanjō is a typically Japanese 'life-sim' in the same vein as Graduation, but with more explicit adult content due to it being an unlicensed Games Express release. You get to 'manage' the lives of three pretty young girls, Kotomi, Kyoko and Suzunu. You plan their month ahead by selecting various activities like aerobics, dating, showering, relaxing etc but must be mindful of the statistics on the right hand side of the screen. Certain activities can lower some stats while raising others, so choose with care. After each month, you get a girl chosen at random and can give them something extra...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - December 7, 1990
A devastating atomic war wiped out the biggest cities on the Earth and most of its population. Anarchy reigned, different military organizations fighting each other in a new war for dominance. One of such organizations eventually seized control of the planet, establishing itself as a tyrannic government and using advanced technology for military purposes. Only a lone pilot can save humanity from their clutches... Avenger is a vertically-scrolling shooter, in which the player navigates a plane through levels populated by hostile planes, tanks, cannons, ships, stationary devices, and massive...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - March 27, 1992
In the distant future, human beings invented space warps, which allowed space travel to long distances. On board the space ship Agamemnon, they started an intergalactic journey. But an accident happened, and the humans were thrown into a parallel universe. Years have passed until they have adapted themselves to the different civilization. This parallel world, composed of three huge continents, is called Babel. Zell is a teenage boy, an orphan who lives in a post-apocalyptic world riding his bike, together with his friend Alice, who is like a big sister to him. One day they meet a mysterious...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 3, 1994
The game is based on the comedy TV show Yoshimoto no Shinkigeki, which in its turn is based on a theatrical comedy show popular in Osaka and its surroundings. The game stars characters that either look like the actors from the TV show and/or resemble characters played by them. The show consists of short episodes which are depictions of comical situations, and are not related to each other story-wise. Same can be applied to the game: there is no real story, just a stretch of hilarious and intentionally impossible situations the protagonists find themselves in. The setting is deliberately...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 26, 1996
Bazaru de Gozaru no Game de Gozaru is a puzzle game starring a monkey protagonist named Bazaru. The concept of the game is remotely similar to that of Lemmings: the player's task is to "program" the actions of the hero in order to safely traverse a stage full of traps and hazards. Unlike Lemmings, there is only one primate to control in this game; also, the player's "programming" must be performed before letting the monkey loose, unlike the real-time player input in Lemmings. The player basically orders the monkey what to do at specific spots (which are highlighted by exclamation marks on...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - April 23, 1993
As the last descendant in the "Line of Kings", Prince Erik is summoned home to regain his rightful place on his father's throne. But alas, Prince Erik is accused of his father's murder by the evil Royal Advisor Belezaar, and is thrown into the dungeon to be executed at dawn. Your mission and destiny are intertwined. Escape the dungeon and start your long journey toward the land deep within Castle Shadowgate. Your quest is to free the kingdom from the evil grips of the Warlock Lord. You will need to make good use of all the resources you can find throughout your journey. Evil abounds, and...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 23, 1988
Based on a manga/anime character, Bikkuri Man Daijikai is less a game, more an encyclopedia of information. You start off with a map screen, and upon selecting the first location, you are presented with the standard information screen which consists of an image, character information (all in Japanese of course), a book to flick to the next image and a couple of other options. Clicking on the image or on its icon beneath it can bring up more characters to look at, and sometimes clicking on a part of the image brings up a description of that part. At various times a quiz screen will appear and...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - November 10, 1995
Bishōjo Janshi Idol Pai is an unlicensed strip mahjong game presented as battles between mechas. The player controls young women clad in robotic suits, who compete against similarly equipped female opponents in the game of mahjong. There is only one mode in the game, and the player has no ability of selecting the controllable character or the antagonist. Each round won by the player depletes a portion of the opponent's "health", which results in gradual undressing culminating in full nudity.
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".
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - October 28, 1994
The Deguna Empire is terrorizing the planets and their inhabitants, using their unbeaten military force consisting of "Powered Gears", giant combat robots piloted by human fighters from the inside. One day, a squad of Empire robots assaulted a laboratory, in which two scientists were working on their own Powered Gear project. One of the scientists, heavily wounded, still managed to deliver a Powered Gear control device to his young apprentice Aref, before he died from his wounds. Enraged, Aref swears revenge to the Empire and everything it represents. With his own new Powered Gear, and perhaps...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Unreleased - 1993
Bomberman '94 Special Version was a limited edition game with approximately 10,000 copies produced and only given away through Hudson's newsletter and at one of their caravan tournament site, apparently. It's just Bomberman '94's Battle Game with only one character available and only one stage available
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 22, 1994
Panic Bomber is a falling block puzzle game, somewhat reminiscent of Puyo Puyo games: instead of Tetris-like abstract blocks, little colored heads are falling down and must be arranged in rows of three (vertically or horizontally), by rotating them and matching them with other heads of the same color. In this case, the heads clearly belong to the titular character of the Bomberman series. The game has similar gameplay and opponents as in the handheld version; Bomberman automatically advances on a "world map", defeating opponents in falling block contests in a linear fashion. However, this...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - July 31, 1992
Robo and Mobo, the Bonanza Bros., are the clumsiest thieves around. They're in deep trouble now, and they need your help to avoid becoming jailbirds!
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - December 1, 1994
Aaagh! What's that Evil King drool doing back in the Dinosaur Kingdom?! Didn't Bonk get rid of him last time? Guess not, huh? Now it's up to our skull-splitting, head-butting, rock-smashing, monster-bashing prehistoric hero Bonk to put an end to Drool's dastardly deeds once and for all! Watch Bonk grown into huge fire-breathing Bonk or shrink into the Mini-Size Bonk and take on tons of cool new enemies like RocketMan, Robo Turtle and Crazy Lady. Or how about smashing up a few Booga Boogas or Snippies along the way. It's the ultimate bash-o-rama!
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - June 17, 1994
Now that you've mastered games like Breath of Fire and Brain Lord, we think you're ready for a role-playing game where the sun doesn't shine and the monsters grow big, really big! In Brandish, you stand accused of murder, being pursued by a fearless bounty hunter looking to collect the reward. About to be captured, you fall into a deep underworld maze filled with dangerous traps and deadly monsters including: giant crabs, headless fist pounding warrios and fire spitting gargoyles. With the bounty hunter still hot on your trail, you must navigate your way out of the mazes and back to the...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - February 7, 1992
"SEA SQUARE", a gigantic man-made island on the Atlantic Ocean, an armed fortress controlled by a mysterious army. It is evident that they are developing the most evil weapon for slaughter to maintain and grasp its superiority of military power in the world. Joint forces have taken the motion for a special a action (irregular combat) and have prepared a mobile weapon "BROWNING", to destroy the ultimate weapon....according to the official blurb that is. Browning is a side scrolling action game that puts the player in a power suit and pits them against hordes of miscellaneous mecha with some...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - April 1, 1993
Another western game converted to the PC Engine by Micro World, Builderland has a concept similar to the infamous Lemmings, and requires equally sharp forethought and reactions. The aim is to escort your little buddy across the vast playing area without him getting stuck, burned up, eaten by sheep etc. To do this, you can pick up and move various items that are scattered around the landscape, such as blocks to fill in gaps or create handy slopes, bombs to destroy areas of the map and so on. All this time your red headed friend is moving forward with alarming rapidity towards his doom....
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - October 25, 1991
It's another Mahjong game... with girls in bunny costumes. Don't know what else to write, it's hard to describe a strange attempt at sexy mahjong over and over for these systems in different ways.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 18, 1992
Fantasy sequel, this time with greatly improved icon-driven presentation and graphics.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - August 9, 1991
Overhead fantasy role-playing game featuring random battles.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1993
Your goal is to destroy the balloons which bounce around the playfield. To accomplish this, you can shoot hooks which travel upwards, and blow up any balloon they touch. Depending on their size, they either split on two smaller ones, or evaporate if they're at their minimum size. Apart from balloons, some levels also have barriers that have to be destroyed with your hooks, since they often block your access to balloons. There are also some barriers which cannot ever be destroyed. Your character has the ability to climb ladders, but cannot jump.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1993
Early CD-ROM platfomer featuring real Beach Boys music for the TurboGrafx-CD. It is a partial follow up/spin-off of Yo' Bro, the skateboarding TG16 game which also used licensed Beach Boys music.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - December 9, 1994
The Asano family possessed a heirloom known as the Sorcerer's Trump. In the year 1984, however, it was stolen under mysterious circumstances. Seventeen years later, Sayaka, the young heiress of the Asano family, forms a group together with her friends Miki and Kyoko, and the three begin looking for the lost treasure. Heist after heist goes by unsuccessfully. Eventually, the girls organize a TV show, challenging dubious personalities to card games, hoping to find the Sorcerer's Trump in process. Cardangels is a card game in which the player takes the roles of the three friends, playing cards...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - June 15, 2016
This platform-based action game is set in the land of Alurea. The idyllic life of the Alurean people was shattered when the King is killed by a dragon, and a range of nasties inhabit the lands. Fortunately his twin sons have come to the rescue, and you must take control of one or the other to put the world right. The boys have differing skills - one is more skilled in sword-fighting (which you are always armed with), the other in magic (available in limited amounts on each level). You collect coins as the game goes on, and spend these in the shop on extra magic, extra lives and enhanced...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - December 25, 1992
The odd world in this shooter made for quite the conversation piece in its day. Players control either Idaten or Benten, celestial warriors out to bring an end to the tyrannical rule of the emperor of Planet Builder, who holds muscular prowess to be the supreme virtue of the universe. Aided by able-bodied muscle-head options Adon and Samson, they must battle to defeat the emperors army across five stages. Use the buttons to fire away and lay into the Builder forces! Power up your character and options with protein from defeated enemies to have them "bulk up" with a yell, and take their macho...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - April 3, 1992
Choosing to move on with a new story rather than that of the Macross anime, the creators of Macross 2036 brought in the original character designer, Haruhiko Mikimoto, for this horizontal shoot 'em up. The game features extensive anime sequences between levels to recreate the feeling of the show, and these are well drawn although quite heavy in dialogue. The gameplay itself is nothing new - you have a primary weapon and optional secondary weapon that is extra powerful, and you have to mow down the Zentradi forces in your Valkyrie (which only gets to transform at specific points). Power-up pods...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - December 4, 1992
A fairly straightforward strategy game that was similar to the Nectaris games on the platform. The story was based after the events in "Macross: Do You Remember Love", featuring original characters. The appeal of the game was largely the cinematics and the Macross license, since there were no shortage of generic turn based strategy games at the time.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1994
While waiting in a bar for his partner, Cobra encounters a beautiful bounty hunter named Jane. Very soon he realizes that the bounty Jane has been hunting for is his own head, for which the Galaxy Patrol has put quite a reward. But everything changes when Crystal Boy, the head of the Pirate Guild and Cobra's archenemy, appears on the scene. Jane's father had apparently hidden a great treasure, encoding its location in tattoos on the backs of his triplet daughters. Crystal Boy wants this treasure, and is going after Jane and her sisters. Cobra and Jane decide to join forces in order to find...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 10, 1992
Color Wars is a puzzle game in which up to four players try to win by putting colored balls on poles, converting adjacent balls to their color. Each stage consists of a rotatable 3D screen containing a number of poles of the same height. Players take turns in placing balls onto these poles. Adjacent balls (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally) can be "captured" and hence change their color. Points are awarded per ball of each color. The round ends when there is no more place on the poles to put balls onto, and the player with the most points wins. The story mode begins with an...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1992
Turn your imagination over to a Cosmic Fantasy of epic proportions! Laura has been kidnapped, and you must reach her before it's too late! Cut a swath of destruction through the throng of monsters blocking the path to Galam's hideout to save her. Along the way, make friends, solve puzzles, and learn magic while inching your way toward a confrontation that will shake the cosmos! Interactive fantasy role-playing takes on a whole new dimension with the addition of animated intermissions that will get you involved in the story! And, what's more, the true RPG-style combat interface will put you...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 25, 1994
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - March 30, 1990
Cosmic Fantasy: Bouken Shounen Yuu is a Role-Playing game, published by Nippon Telenet, which was released in Japan in 1990.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1993
The young witch Cotton sets out on her magical broom on a quest to get her favorite candy. Fortunately for us her obsession gets her in the way of several world-threatening terrors that she must destroy in standard shooter fare.
Cyber City Oedo 808: Attribute of the Beast (CYBER CITY OEDO 808 獣の属性 Saibāshiti Ōedo Hachimaruhachi: Kemono no Zokusei?) is a graphic adventure game released on March 15, 1991 for the PC-Engine CD-ROM² by Nippon Computer System exclusively in Japan. The storyline is completely original and not an adaptation of any episode.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - July 26, 1991
Daisenpuu Custom can be described as a remixed version of the HuCard game released in 1989. The game is based on the arcade shooter of the same name released by Taito/Toaplan in 1987 (also known as Twin Hawk). The players takes control of a World War II plane and fights his way through a vast array of enemy air defenses such as tanks, submarines and battle ships (curiously, there aren't any enemy planes in the game). Our fighter plane can use a classic Vulcan gun and a special, but limited, bomb attack. The latter calls a formation of friendly planes that will shoot at will until they...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - May 29, 1992
Hex-based strategy war game set in modern times. Up to four players can compete in battles set in various different countries.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - April 1, 1992
Tennis Cup is a split-screen tennis game with the camera closely positioned at the athlete's back. The available playing modes are exhibition match (either single or double), training, the Davis Cup or the four Grand Slam tournaments. The player either controls one of the 32 available tennis athletes or creates a new one. Then there are 30 points to divide between abilities (e.g. forehand or volleys). This athlete can be saved to disk and further improved during the course of time. For exhibition matches, the opponent can be built the same way. The game includes various hit types, depending...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 2, 1990
Dekoboko Densetsu is a humorous game that combines elements of arcade action and racing. Up to five players can compete in the races. All the stages are vertically-scrolling (top-down), with the cars represented as small sprites of different colors. The player's goal is not only to beat the other cars, but also reach the finish line safely: each car has limited hit points, and continuously receives damage during the race. Damage can be sustained by driving over environmental hazards (pits, traps, bombs, etc.), failing to move the car forward in time (if the screen scrolls while the...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - May 29, 1992
Based on the popular Doraemon franchise, Nobita no Dorabian Night follows the adventures of the titular robotic cat, as he tries to rescue his friends from different time periods. How did this happen? Naturally, because of Nobita, Doraemon's best friend and geek extraordinaire. Something went wrong when Nobita was showing his friends a time machine, so they ended up stranded in hostile worlds, and now it's Doraemon's job to save them! The game is a traditional platformer; Doraemon's main activities are jumping his way through the levels and eliminating enemies who try to stop him. Doraemon...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - March 12, 1993
In the year 2000, A nuclear strike has left New York City in disaster and law and order have taken a backseat to crime and violence. One of the most powerful crime syndicate in New York is called the Gen-Satsu-Ken, a mysterious organization led by a mysterious warrior who is a master in a wicked style of Kung Fu. However two young men named Billy and Jimmy, masters of a martial art called the Sou-Setsu-Ken, were brave enough to challenge them. One day, during a Gen-Satsu-Ken attack, Billy's girlfriend, Marian, is murdered by the Gen-Satsu-Ken. Billy and Jimmy swore revenge by taking down...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - March 29, 1991
Shoot 'em up sequel that takes place over a series of very different and sometimes surreal landscapes. Cheats/tips: CONFIG MODE: On the title screen push SELECT, I, II, I, II, I, II, I, II, I, II, SELECT ALTERNATE GRAPHICS: From config mode, go to the DEMO section and watch the ending (9?). When the NEC Avenue logo appears, press UP, SELECT, II then RUN. When the game starts you should see the enemy and some background object replaced by slightly silly things (look out for Ultraman).
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - December 11, 1992
Reihou Academy Student Council proposed a friendly athletic meet-up to apologize for the wrongdoings done by student council president Yamada. However, Toudou Mamoru, the new student council president who has been entrusted with the arrangement of the athletic meet, has no intention of apologizing. Instead he is plotting to crush the other schools, and reinstates The Double Dragons despite them being expelled for their kidnapping of Mami. Nobody hesitates to participate. Nekketsu High School, led by Kunio, Hanazono High School led by Riki and Interschool Union led by Gouda all announce...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - December 24, 1993
Brothers Ryuichi and Ryuji arrive at the Reihou Academy, located near Nekketsu High. After a short amount of time, nearby schools have begun fallen under the control of Ryuichi and Ryuji, who rumor has it have dubbed themselves the Double Dragons. Riki Samejima of Hanazono High has never seen eye to eye with Kunio, and in fact, they seem to always compete to be the best. But one day, Mami Shimada, Riki's girlfriend, is kidnapped and held at Reihou Academy. The issue is challenged to Riki, come save your girlfriend! Riki's heart is burning with fury, and he flies out of the gates and...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - November 11, 1994
Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Son Goku Densetsu (ドラゴンボールZ 偉大なる孫悟空伝説 Doragon Bōru Zetto Idainaru Son Gokū Densetsu?, Dragon Ball Z: The Greatest Son Goku Legend) was released for the PC Engine (the Japanese version of the TurboGrafx-16) on November 11, 1994. It features Gohan telling Goten of the battles of their deceased father, Goku, along with other characters. The game illustrates Goku's seven greatest battles: Fighting Tao Pai Pai, challenging Tienshinhan at the Tenkaichi Budokai, destroying King Piccolo, fighting Piccolo at the Tenkaichi Budokai, protecting Earth from Vegeta, saving Namek from...
Based on the crazy manga/anime, Dragon Half is a board game style of affair, similar to 21 Emon or some of the Peachboy titles. You progress around a board by rolling a dice, competing against other human or computer controlled players. Landing on different coloured squares has different effects. Some of these cause special events, others trigger animated battle sequences that require precisely timed button pushes for maximum impact.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 1, 1991
In this epic role-playing game, you must guide Prince Logan all accross the beautiful and dngerious world of Isrenasa in the quest to regain his throne. This game features a huge world to explore and many companions to join you on your journey. This game features one of the largest quests and most advanced interface of any role-playing game for the TurboDuo system.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 26, 1993
This CD sequel to Dungeon Explorer plays exactly the same as the first game. You chose your character from a variety of fantasy stereotypes and set forth in a Gauntlet-esque adventure. The CD format allows a greater quantity and variety of levels to compliment the storyline, with new areas and characters becoming open to you as you progress.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1993
Terrifyingly brutal beasts! Monstrous mazes! Treacherous pits of evil! The adventure of a lifetime is here....Theron's Quest!! The Monastery at Ya-Brodin has fallen to the Cult of Deaths and the Brotherhood of Enlightenment, the true keepers of Magic, have been slaughtered. The Seven Great Treasures now lie in the hands of foul beings who will stop at nothing to hold onto their massive powers. But Theron, with a courage beyond belief, has decided to seek out the Cult of Deaths and win back the Treasures. If he succeeds, he will become a High Lord. If not, the land will see eternal darkness.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - May 20, 1994
The Dynastic Hero is a slightly re-branded version of Wonder Boy in Monster World for the Turbo Duo.The game features palette-swapped visuals, new insect-themed graphics for main characters (and insects' natural predators as bosses), a Red Book audio soundtrack which is completely different from the Wonder Boy original, and anime-style cutscenes at the intro and ending. Shion was renamed Dyna and was modeled after a Hercules Beetle, and the final boss was changed to a giant lizard king. An English-language version was also produced, but both were built off of the Japanese version of Wonder Boy...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 28, 1994
In Emerald Dragon the player takes control of Atrushan, a blue dragon who lives in the Dragon World. One day, he and his friends discover a ship wreck near a mountain. After examining the wreck, the dragons find a human child - a little girl. The wise White Dragon, the leader of the dragons, tells them that her name is Tamryn and that she will play an important role in their lives. The girl doesn't remember anything, and grows up together with the dragons. But when she turns fifteen, she decides to go back to her homeland - the Human World. Soon after Tamryn has left, Atrushan realizes he...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1992
Become Sadler the desert warrior as he travels the known world in search of the precious Holimax! Join forces with Rumi, Kindi, and Fakhyle to piece together the puzzle that will allow you to find the Holimax and use it to overthrow the ruthless Klispin Crusaders! But keep your cool! In this quest, you'll have to trudge through waist deep snow, jump through haunted forests, plan a jailbreak, slink through creepy towers, and defeat terrifying monsters if you're going to get anywhere! Hurry! There is only one Holimax, and the enemy forces are closing in!
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1993
The Age of Chaos is upon the Chaltar world! The source of this chaos is rumored to be at the heart of an ancient tower. Join Sadler, Rumi, Kindi, and Fakhyle as they begin a new quest: To learn the secret of the ancient tower and stop the madness spreading over the land. Choose from five different characters as you hack, slash, and bash your way through foreign lands, putrid pyramids, and deadly dungeons while enjoying intense cinema sequences along the way. Will Sadler be able to unlock the secret of the ancient tower and stop the insanity that is spreading throughout the land? Only you can...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - June 26, 1992
F1 Circus Special is a Formula 1 racing game. Players can choose between a world championship mode, which follows the path of one driver through the game's available courses in a linear fashion; a test drive mode, which allows players to choose any course as well as change rules and conditions (e.g. the amount of damage inflicted); and a time attack mode for competing against each other. There are twenty courses altogether in the game. The cars are modeled after real ones, their brand names slightly changed for copyright reasons. It is possible to customize brakes, tires, gears, wings, and...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 26, 1993
Faceball 2000 is a first-person shooter. You control a H.A.P.P.Y.F.A.C.E., or Holographically Assisted Physical Pattern Yielded For Active Computerized Embarkation. The graphics consist of flat shaded corridors. Enemies are all simple geometric shapes with smiley faces on them. Although the graphics are simple, they allow for full freedom of movement, not unlike Wolfenstein 3-D. There are two modes of play. First there is a single player mode in which your goal is to find the exit to each level. There are 70 mazes in this mode. The second mode is the multiplayer arena. For the Game Boy: up...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - 1993
It is the year 1162, "Lilijian" time (instead of AD or BC, setting this in an alternate world). A dark cult called "Holy Cask" has taken hold in the Northern kingdom of Belia. Lead by a mysterious figure known only as "Goat Bone", they practice devil-worship and have been summoning terrible beasts to ravage and destroy any towns who don't submit to the cult. In one such village dwelt a girl named Corque, with her sister Meriya. Corque burns for revenge... then she encounters a mysterious old man who knew her father. Provided with magical armor and armed with her father's chain sword and combat...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 1, 1988
Deep inside you there lurks a warrior. Let him loose! And test him against the martial arts champions of 5 nations. Grit your teeth, pump up and take after Retsu and Geki from Japan. Most worthy opponents! But watch out for the baddest - Adon and Sagat, a couple of Thai's. Mike and Joe (USA), Birdi and Eagle (UK), Lee and Gen (China) all have their own special "tricks." Be quick and strong, or be gone!
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1990
Final Zone II is a top down shooter in which you controls a soldier on some levels and vehicle on other levels. As a soldier you don a "New Age Power Suit" and have a choice of playing several different characters, though it is only a one player game. The object of the game is to fight an enemy army led by "ZOD" who is a mass murderer and killed some of your commando friends. There are various armaments and shields that you can pick up along the way. There are several manga-style animation sequences in the game. This is the sequel to a Mega Drive game called Final Zone which was released...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1992
The planet used to be beautiful, with gorgeous cities and gleaming countrysides. Until the Aliens attacked! With fire, bombs, and napalm they devastated the world! They made the planet so abominable that it became an outcast in the universe - the Forgotten World. Until you, the Nameless One, appear. You're a Super Warrior of incredible power and energy. You make it your business to reclaim the panet for its rightful owners - the Human Beings!
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - March 30, 1994
Fray CD: Xak Gaiden is an Action game, published by Micro Cabin, which was released in Japan in 1994.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 10, 1993
Tengai Makyou: Fuun Kabuki Den is a turn-based RPG developed by RED Company that stars Kabuki Danjirou, one of the four heroes from Tengai Makyou II. Unlike the previous entries in the series, the battle system does not have a first-person viewpoint, but rather a side view similar to that of the 2D Final Fantasy titles. The game is also a bit more lighthearted and humorous than it's predecessors, featuring elements such as villains who sing a song before doing battle with the party. Fuun Kabuki Den was first released by Hudson for the PC-Engine CD in 1993 and later saw a re-release in the...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 29, 1993
Earth is the most beautiful planet in the galaxy, and its peaceful existence is threatened by the criminal mastermind Ballas. The galaxy police sends two agents to deal with the threat: Hiro Aoyama and Michiko Akasaka, who can transform into the powerful super-fighters Gayvan and Mittchi, respectively, and are alone able to stop Ballas. Galaxy Deka Gayvan is a brawler. Players can choose to control either of the two heroes, or both of them in a co-op mode. Like in other beat-em-up games, the player must defeat all the enemies on screen in hand-to-hand combat before being able to proceed....
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 12, 1994
Again, the Lone Wolves return! Geese Howard may have been defeated, but that doesn't mean all is peaceful. A new opponent, Wolfgang Krauser, has come forth to begin a new Fatal Fury tournament. The Lone Wolves return, with new faces amongst them. Only one can be declared the winner though. The player can choose one from eight playable characters: Terry Bogard, Andy Bogard, Joe Higashi, Big Bear, Jubei Yamada, Cheng Sinzan, Kim Kaphwan, and Mai Shiranui. The game has four bosses. The combat system is more complex than in the first game, supporting four keys to attack. The two-plane...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 2, 1994
Fatal Fury Special is an improved version of SNK's 2D one-on-one fighter Fatal Fury 2. It's a conversion of the 1993 arcade game of the same name. The objective is still to win the tournament by defeating all other fighters including end boss Wolfgang Krauser. Fatal Fury Special still features the series' trademark pseudo-3D movement along two planes.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - February 21, 1992
Gate of Thunder is a 1992 scrolling shooter by Hudson Soft and Red Entertainment for the PC Engine Super CD-ROM². It was also a pack-in game for the TurboDuo in North America, where it was bundled with Bonk's Adventure, Bonk's Revenge, and Bomberman (the last one playable only after entering a code) on the same disc. It was released on the Wii Virtual Console on October 15, 2007 in North America and on December 4, 2007 in Japan. The game is the first CD based game on the American Virtual Console. It was released on the PlayStation Network on March 17, 2010 in Japan. The player...
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.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - November 24, 1995
Ginga Fukei Densetsu Sapphire is a 1995 shoot 'em up video game released by Hudson Soft for the PC Engine console (with the Arcade CD-ROM add-on) in Japan only. It is renowned as one of the most technically impressive titles for that system, as well as one of the rarest. As such, it may reach very high prices on online auctions, often well over $400 for a mint copy. Counterfeit copies also appear in auctions, but it is possible to distinguish them from the legitimate product. This game was ported to PSP as part of the Galaxy Fraulein Collection compilation.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 27, 1992
God Panic is a vertically-scrolling shoot-em-up set in a cartoony, anachronistic version of feudal Japan with supernatural elements. There is no in-game background story or plot-advancing cutscenes, with the exception of a wise old man who would sometimes offer the cat-suit-clad hero some help. Creatures from Japanese mythology have gone wild, and it is up to the flying protagonist to defeat them, all the while defending himself against enraged villagers, mechanical cats, homoerotic wrestlers and other grotesque beings. The player character is armed with a standard gun in the beginning,...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - February 26, 1993
This interpretation of the famous giant monster from the Japanese cinematic industry takes form of a fighting game, only instead of the usual brave martial artists the players control horrifying monsters from the traditional Toho lineage: the titular beast itself, Rodan, Anguirus, Ghidorah, and others. The game has two modes: Normal and Vs. The latter is essentially a two-player mode, which allows the players to engage in giant monster battles in a variety of scenarios. Most of the monsters, however, are locked in the Vs. mode before the player has completed the Normal mode. The Normal...