Sony Playstation

The Sony PlayStation, or PS for short, is a fifth generation (1993–2005) home video game console developed and distributed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It was released on December 3, 1994 in Japan at a retail price of ¥37,000. The console was...

Gekioh: Shooting King

Gekioh: Shooting King

Sony Playstation - Released - December 1, 2002

Natsume's vertical scrolling shooter Gekioh: Shooting King offers nine arcade-style modes of nonstop action in a futuristic setting featuring giant mechs, laser-firing, bomb-dropping airships. Environments are filled with power-ups, explosions, and destructive mayhem. Players wield an arsenal consisting of a devastating Vulcan cannon, electrically charged lightning attacks, and missiles capable of decimating ground tanks and flying squadrons. Power-ups include increases in speed, power, shields, bombs, and point bonuses, with the primary weapon changing depending on the last red (cannon), blue...

Gekisou Tomarunner

Gekisou Tomarunner

Sony Playstation - Released - July 22, 1999

Tomarunner is a foot-racing game where your opponents include a robot, a kappa, an angel, a masked roller-skater, and a boy with Big Boy hair. You run around a variety of tracks including mines, buddhist temples, busy streets, hotels, beaches, and castles, busily shoving your enemies out of the way while bouncing off the walls and flinging yourself around with vertical and horizontal bars and flying through people's living rooms all in the name of finding a shortcut. Weapons include heat seaking missiles, mines, and super-bouncy balls. Various items on the track include speed boosts,...

Gekitotsu Toma L'Arc: Tomarunner Vs L'Arc En Ciel

Gekitotsu Toma L'Arc: Tomarunner Vs L'Arc En Ciel

Sony Playstation - Released - July 19, 2000

Tomarunner is a foot-racing game where your opponents include a robot, a kappa, an angel, a masked roller-skater, and a boy with Big Boy hair. You run around a variety of tracks including mines, buddhist temples, busy streets, hotels, beaches, and castles, busily shoving your enemies out of the way while bouncing off the walls and flinging yourself around with vertical and horizontal bars and flying through people's living rooms all in the name of finding a shortcut. Weapons include heat seaking missiles, mines, and super-bouncy balls. Various items on the track include speed boosts,...

Gekitou! Crush Gear Turbo

Gekitou! Crush Gear Turbo

Sony Playstation - Released - July 25, 2002

Gekitou! Crush Gear Turbo is an action game based on the anime series the game features 2 different game modes: - Story Mode: Help Kouya Marino to become the Crush Gear Champion. - Vs Mode: Compete against another human player or the computer in 1 on 1 combats. Crush Gear is a sport of battling machines that follows in the tracks of the ancient chariot battles of the Roman Coliseum. Crush Gears are hand-sized fighting machines that can be customised for maximum impact. Opponents meet at games where they Gear Fight, and the winner is determined when a fighter’s Crush Gear is able to push...

Genei Tougi: Shadow Struggle

Genei Tougi: Shadow Struggle

Sony Playstation - Released - September 20, 1996

The Phillips Foundation is sponsoring a grapple tournament, and the prize is ten million dollars. Eight warriors have gathered to take part in the tournament -- some for the money, some for the fame, and some for more personal reasons. The name of the tournament is...POWER OF SOLID. Shadow Struggle is a fast-paced 3D fighting game similar to its contemporary Toshinden. There are eight playable characters each with their own moves. During the fights, in addition to their health meter, each character has a "Shadow Skill Gauge" that fills up as blows are exchanged. When it fills up and starts...

Genghis Khan II: Clan of the Gray Wolf

Genghis Khan II: Clan of the Gray Wolf

Sony Playstation - Released - September 17, 1998

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...

Genso Suiko Gaiden Vol. 2: Crystal Valley no Kettou

Genso Suiko Gaiden Vol. 2: Crystal Valley no Kettou

Sony Playstation - Released - March 22, 2001

This is a side story to Konami's RPG series Suikoden. The events of the game take place between the second and the upcoming third game, and fill the story gap between them. The story centers on the rebellion that has taken place in the Grasslands. It has been three months since the end of the Dunan Unification Wars. A legend telling about the Fire Brigands lead by the mysterious Fire Champion who united the Grassland nations is being spread around. Is the legend true, and can the Fire Champion, a holder of one of the 27 True Runes, be found? Nash, a special agent of Holy Kingdom of Harmonia's...

Genso Suiko Gaiden: Vol.1 - Harmonia no Kenshi

Genso Suiko Gaiden: Vol.1 - Harmonia no Kenshi

Sony Playstation - September 21, 2000

Suikogaiden has you playing as Nash Latkje in a text based RPG. There are no random battles, no level ups, just pure story progression which all takes place during the same time period as that of Suikoden 2. During the game you will come across many characters from the series which you may or may not be familiar with already. Nash Latkje, the protagonist controlled by the player and an agent of Holy Harmonia's Southern Border Defence Force, has been assigned to obtain information to either verify or disprove a rumour concerning the appearance of one of the 27 True Runes in the Jowston City...

Gensomaden Saiyuki: Harukanaru Nishi He

Gensomaden Saiyuki: Harukanaru Nishi He

Sony Playstation - Released - December 26, 2002

Gensomaden Saiyuki, commonly known as Saiyuki, is a popular manga series created by Kazuya Minekura. The story is loosely based on the famous Chinese novel Journey to the West (Xi-yóu Jì). In 1999 the Saiyuki OVA by Tokyo Kids was released. A year later it was adapted into an anime series by Studio Pierrot, which won the Animage Anime Grand Prix prize in 2000. Saiyuki is the story of four reluctant - and irreverent - anti-heroes: the monk Genjyo Sanzo (or "Genjyo"), the monkey-youkai Son Goku, the half-youkai Sha Gojyo, and the man turned youkai Cho Hakkai, dispatched by the Sanbutsushin...

Gensou no Altemis: Actress School Mystery Adventure

Gensou no Altemis: Actress School Mystery Adventure

Sony Playstation - Released - January 27, 2000

Genou no Altemis is a detective adventure game that puts you in a role of Kyouichi Kusakabe, a 3rd-year college student who inherited a detective agency after the sudden death of his father. Being novice in the field won't stop him from trying to solve the mystery of what seems like an apparent suicide. The owner of a prestigious school for young actresses jumped of the roof. Could this really be a suicide or is there a culprit trying to mask it? After the prologue, you can branch the story based on your selection among five different heroines that will help you in your investigation, which...

Geom Cube

Geom Cube

Sony Playstation - Released - December 10, 1995

In the tradition of Tetris and Welltris comes Geom Cube, a puzzle game in which players maneuver 3D blocks as they fall into a pit. The twist is that players are looking down from a view directly above the pit. Each falling block can be rotated on its axis, allowing for a variety of ways to fit the puzzle pieces together. The objective is to create a solid plane of blocks in order to prevent others from piling up to the top of the playfield. Creating a plane of blocks without gaps (called a "face") causes the blocks on that plane to disappear. There are 24 different block patterns in all, each...

Germs

Germs

Sony Playstation - Released - July 22, 1999

Germs is a first person perspective adventure shooter game that takes place in a futuristic city in which the player takes the role of a reporter of the Daily City-Net that is investigating some strange incidents that happened lately in the city, during the adventure he will have to gather information to advance in the story and face some different enemies that seems to have suffer an strange mutation. The gameplay is going around the town and gather information talking to people and using items, to go around the city the player can use the public transport (like bus) or drive a car.

Get Backers: Dakkanya

Get Backers: Dakkanya

Sony Playstation - Released - July 26, 2001

Get Backers Dakkanya is the only game based on the series released on the Playstation one console, the game is part adventure and part RPG in the battles since there is energy and are turn based, but to attack the player have to press a combination of buttons in a specific limited time. The series tells the story of Ginji Amano and Ban Mido, a pair of superpowered individuals known as the GetBackers. The duo operates a freelance repossession service out of one of the seedier areas of Shinjuku, Tokyo. For a fee, they will recover any lost or stolen item for a client with "a 100% success...

Getter Robot Daikessen!

Getter Robot Daikessen!

Sony Playstation - Released - September 9, 1999

This game's storyline is somewhat the same as the original Getter Robot anime, with some new additions, like our new pilots, Akira and Kei. The game begins with the player is being introduced to the Saotome Research Institute and a movie in which the Getta moves by itself - Prof. Saotome ruminates on how he has to get the Getta operational to fight the invaders from the stars. Ryouma Nagare is recruited and it's off to the first mission. After calming the frantic Hayato down enough to launch the battle starts and the game begins. The plot involves three strong-willed teenagers: martial...

Gex

Gex

Sony Playstation - Released - December 1, 1995

Enter your television to defeat the evil Rez by collecting remotes to open worlds inside your tv. You are a gecko with all the usual platform hero skills such as jump, fire and close range attack, but also suction cups to help you scale walls, a tongue to pick up those tricky to get power-ups and plenty of wise-cracks to keep you amused. Use them all to make your way through TV land searching for the remotes, collecting pickups, power-ups and killing TVs.

Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko

Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko

Sony Playstation - Released - March 1, 1999

When Gex is watching TV one day, he discovers that Rez has kidnapped Agent Xtra (the agent from Gex: Enter the Gecko's backstory), head of the TV Terrorist Defense Unit, to get to him. He teleports to the batcave-like lair he has in the Media Dimension, and begins another adventure. Each level parodies a certain aspect of television culture (here the levels exist as stand-alone channels). Gex enters each level through a television set. He must collect remote controls to advance to the next level in order to complete his mission and rescue Xtra.

Gex: Enter the Gecko

Gex: Enter the Gecko

Sony Playstation - Released - January 31, 1998

"Is it just me, or am I engulfed in flames?" is one of the many one-liners uttered by Gex, a wise cracking gecko who should check himself into television rehab; he's addicted to it. After saving the Television Realm from the evil Rez in his first adventure, the gecko was ready to kick back, relax, and watch a little television. Little did he know his adventure was just beginning. One day, two secret agent goons showed up at Gex's doorstep. They inform him that Rez is back and looking for vengeance; the evil monster is planning to destroy the Television Realm once more...and possibly the...

Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the Shell

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1997

3rd person action game based on the Ghost in the Shell original comic by Masamune Shirow rather than Mamoru Oshi's film. You take the role of a new member in Kusanagi's anti-terrorist squad and get to accomplish missions on your Fuchikoma, (a spider-like AI equipped tank) thanks to which you can jump, stick to walls and ceilings and shoot the hell out of terrorists, all from a 1st or 3rd person point of view. As the missions proceed a plot starts to surface concerning a giant skyscrapper, the Aereopolis II, which will eventually be solved after 12 single player missions. Other features include...

Ghoul Panic

Ghoul Panic

Sony Playstation - Released - 1999

Ghoul Panic is a comedy adventure game, set in a haunted mansion. Using a PlayStation light-gun, take on the might of vampires, monsters, mummies, skeletons and spooks to open the locked doors and uncover hidden bonuses. A conversion of the arcade game, with 3 difficulties and hidden game modes. There are also PlayStation exclusive game modes, including Survival, Adventure and Remix.

Glint Glitters

Glint Glitters

Sony Playstation - Released - July 29, 1999

Glint Glitters features a group of young kids experts in robotics that build robots. One day when the main character is building a small robot his rival in the classroom appear with a bigger robot and tell him that he's going to participate in the robots competition. So he decided to build a bigger version of his robot and take part on the competition too. The competition is a board game in which the winner is the first one in arrive to the goal (get 20000 of gold). During the board there will be events, traps, shops (Where the player can buy items for his character or the robot) and other...

Global Domination

Global Domination

Sony Playstation - Released - March 19, 1999

Global Domination is an action-based strategical wargame that is based on the fictional game James Bond plays against Maximillian Largo in the 1983 film Never Say Never again. Elements of this game are combined with the classical board game Risk. In this game you play as an agent for a secret agency called ULTRA. You are hired by countries all over the world to protect them from their enemies. Each of the twenty missions begins with a full motion video briefing. After that you are presented with a spinning hologram globe representing the earth. The world is divided into different...

Global Force

Global Force

Sony Playstation - Released - March 11, 1999

Global Force is a tactical RPG in which the player takes the role of the members of the Global Force a organization that defends the peace in the planet against different enemy armies. The game is a tactical rpg in which the player got a limited number of units that can use in each turn and those unit got a limited range of movements. There are different vehicles like planes, tanks and others to use.

Glocal Hexcite

Glocal Hexcite

Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1999

Glocal Hexcite is one of several conversions of the popular computer and board game. Players take turns placing shapes on a grid of triangles that make up seven hexagons. Any shapes placed on the board must touch the pieces already in play on at least one complete side; any outside hexagon completed will earn bonus points. If a player has any pieces left over at the end of the match that cannot be placed, they lose points for them. Matches are best two out of three. The PlayStation version of Glocal Hexcite features a story mode with a cast of cute characters, as well as a two-player versus...

Glover

Glover

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 1999

The single-handed hero Glover and his trusty rubber ball has come to the PlayStation console with an adventure that spans over thirty levels set throughout six unique worlds! Taking place in the Crystal Kingdom, a well-natured wizard was mixing a new potion and got some rather explosive results. After a large eruption rocked the castle, his magical gloves flew from his hands and he was instantly turned to stone. As a result of the experiment gone awry, seven power crystals that hold the kingdom in balance were dispersed throughout the land. Assuming the role of the animate glove, you'll...

Go Go I-Land

Go Go I-Land

Sony Playstation - Released - December 14, 2000

GoGo I-Land is a romantic adventure released by Kid in the year 2000 for the Playstation One (the game was also released for PC) console. In the game the player takes the role of a manager of a company that one day is called by the president of his company telling him that he only got 3 weeks to find a new talented girl for their new production. So he goes to the actors school that is on an island and sneak them as a novice. During the time that he will be on the island he will meet different talented girls (they got different talents in acting, singing or modeling), the island is deserted,...

Goal Storm

Goal Storm

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1996

A Soccer game. All of the World Cup games are represented in Goal Storm, and respond according to actual team performance. For example, Brazil is much better than, say, Canada. The game looks good, even if the players are a bit simply designed. The control is solid and relatively intuitive, the only major problem being the placement of the defensive tackle and goal shot on the same button. There's even the obligatory announcer, calling plays and adding that much heralded element of realism to the game, very popular in today's sports games. The game is known as World Soccer Winning Eleven...

Goal Storm '97

Goal Storm '97

Sony Playstation - Released - May 2, 1997

Goal Storm '97 (also known as Winning Eleven '97 in Japan and International Superstar Soccer Pro in Europe) is a football simulation game released in June, 1997 by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo, Inc. It was the first from the ISS series to hit the Playstation platform. The game features a 32 international teams, 4 different stadiums, 13 team formations along with 8 unique strategies and a choice of Exhibition Mode, International League, International Cup and a Penalty Kick mode. It can be played as a one or two player game. It gained very high reviews which consider ISS Pro as the most...

Gochachiru (Pandora Max Series vol.5)

Gochachiru (Pandora Max Series vol.5)

Sony Playstation - Released - October 19, 2000

Gochachiru (Pandora Max Series vol.5) put the palyer in control of a little vampire girl that goes to a fantasy world in search of different instruments. To do that the player will have to explore that town, mountains and woods in searh of the instruments. In some places she will find other characters and some of them will start a mini game: The game got different mini games like a card mini game (play against another character and the player that have the most higher cards will win the mini game), a quiz mini game or a fishing mini game that takes place in the fishing spot that is on the...

Godzilla Trading Battle

Godzilla Trading Battle

Sony Playstation - Released - December 3, 1998

Godzilla is a gigantic mutant dinosaur, transformed from the fallout of an atomic bomb test. As the Godzilla series continued, the great beast was developed as a character, and has become something of an anti-hero. Godzilla Trading Battle is a Japan-only Playstation 1 video game. It featured every Toho monster every made up to "Godzilla" (1998) (except King Kong, Mechani-Kong and Frankenstein) as well as 6 totally original ones and some redesigns. This is the only game that features Ebirah as a playable character. The game features 3 game modes : - Story - Duel - Battle versus an...

Goemon: Shin Sedai Shuumei

Goemon: Shin Sedai Shuumei

Sony Playstation - Released - December 20, 2001

Goemon: Shin Sedai Shuumei! is the fourth & last game in the Goemon series for the Playstation One console after "Oedo Daikaiten", is a total change of style in the series, since this time the game takes place in the future and the main characters had also changed. The 4 main characters of the game are: Goemon, Ebisu, Sasuke & Yui. The game is set in the future and Goemon and his friends are bounty hunters that got to go to several towns where they will receive the wanted jobs. The places are mountains, cities, woods, mines, ice places, etc. At the beginning of the game in the first...

Goiken Muyou II

Goiken Muyou II

Sony Playstation - Released - October 29, 1998

Goiken Muyou 2 is a 3d fighting game that features 10 characters (male & female ones) and different game modes (story mode, arcade, vs, tag team, etc). Programmed by ex-members of the Virtua Fighter team, this game has a yankee style, biker gang feel to it with characters varying from high school students to a yakuza type gangster via a wrestling-loving English teacher. The title means 'your opinion is worthless'. Fair enough.

Go-Jin Senki

Go-Jin Senki

Sony Playstation - Released - August 6, 1998

Go-Jin Senki is a tactical RPG game published by Tonkin House that takes place in a fantasy world where some evil forces controls some giant robots that they used to conquer all the lands, and the game begins in the ruins of the main character town after being attacked by those robots, and is there is the burning ruins of what once was her home when she realized that she got to fight againts that evil army to recover their land and regain peace again. During the game some other people will join his party to help her in her quest. The gameplay is the classic in a tactical RPG game since the...

Gokuu Densetsu - Magic Beast Warriors

Gokuu Densetsu - Magic Beast Warriors

Sony Playstation - Released - May 26, 1996

A rare find but an absolute treat for the 2D fight fan: manna from heaven for the Monkey fight fan. Featuring some excellent, cheesey FMV complete with suspicious special effects and costumes introducing the nine characters and also awarded for victory in the versus mode. In story mode you start off playing as Son Goku (Monkey) with additional defeated characters available for selection on your quest to rescue the priestess and prod around the evil multi limbed demon kidnapper. Gameplay is made more enjoyable down to the simple specials which are more suited to the Playstation controller....

Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado

Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado

Sony Playstation - Released - December 19, 2000

Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado is an adventure game very much similar to Monkey Island. This game is based on the Dreamworks cartoon with the same title and has quite the same story as the cartoon: Two lads from Spain are about to go into prison, but they don't want to, so they escape by going onto a ship and search for the legendary City of Gold, El Dorado.

Golden Nugget

Golden Nugget

Sony Playstation - Released - October 1, 1997

Immerse yourself in the GOLDEN NUGGET and you'll enjoy Las Vegas-style casino gaming the way it's meant to be played - in a four-star casino paradise with 16 games of chance to challenge and thrill you. Explore the lavish and elegant surroundings of the legendary GOLDEN NUGGET. Play Blackjack and Poker. Try your hand at Roulette and Craps.

Goldie

Goldie

Sony Playstation - Released - September 1, 2000

Hours of cartoon fun, Goldie is a compelling blend of entertainment for the younger gamer. Join the fawn - thats a baby deer - and friends in a search for Goldies missing mother. In addition to a fantastic cartoon video, this game also includes an easy to use virtual colouring book and a challenging puzzle game.

Golgo 13: 1 - Karairu no Yabou

Golgo 13: 1 - Karairu no Yabou

Sony Playstation - Released - November 26, 1998

The Playstation game is an interactive movie in which the player can choose between english or japanese voices & texts and to do that he have to go to the bottom option in the options menu. The game is divided in 14 chapters in can be played in any order.The game begins when a man called Cliff Miller (that works for a company) offers Golgo a contract to hire him as a sniper, when he rejects they remove all the money of his bank accounts.

Goo! Goo! Soundy

Goo! Goo! Soundy

Sony Playstation - Released - September 22, 1999

Goo! Goo! Soundy is sort of like a do-it-yourself Dance Dance Revolution game. You supply the music via your own audio CDs and the game will generate Step charts. You can then dance along with a mat or use a controller. There appears to be a sort of "virtual pet" style twist added on too. You can pick an avatar who can learn new dance moves and eventually transform into new forms. The game can be played with the Dance Dance Revolution Dance Mat.

Goofy's Fun House

Goofy's Fun House

Sony Playstation - Released - 2001

Goofy must explore each a part of his home which consists of 15 distinct rooms. Each room includes elements such as a blender in the kitchen or table saw in the garage that the player can interact with. The main focus of play centers around collecting the 50 film canisters and certain objects Goofy has misplaced throughout his home. In addition to this, there are several mini-games that may be accessed via the paintings in the rec room of Goofy's house if the player finds all the objects that are needed. There's mini-games that range from golf and fishing to skiing and driving (based on How to...

Gotha II: Tenkuu no Kishi

Gotha II: Tenkuu no Kishi

Sony Playstation - Released - July 12, 1996

Gotha II - Tenkuu no Kishi is an strategic game published by KOEI and is the second one in the Gotha game series. The game takes place in a distant future in which the player is the command of one of the armies that are at war, the game features multiple endings. The gameplay is an overview map and the player can moves his units in each turn and try to destroy all the enemy units, the battle part used a close up 3d engine. The game features a great soundtrack score in audio tracks. The original game only released for Saturn used 3D polygon models and this one use pre-rendered sprites.

Gouketsuji Ichizoku 2: Chottodake Saikyou Densetsu

Gouketsuji Ichizoku 2: Chottodake Saikyou Densetsu

Sony Playstation - Released - October 20, 1995

Oume Goketsuji, Leader of the Goketsuji clan for the last 60 years, finally was defeated by her younger sister, Otane, the day where she surpassed her older sister finally had arrived. One night, Oshima Goketsuji unexpectedly appeared in front of Oume and offered her help to take revenge of Otane. According to the rules of the clan, if the leader dies or quits, one new tournament should be held immediately to find a successor. That same night Oshima and Oume sent their servants to dispose of Otane, so while Otane slept, she was kidnapped and thrown to the ocean. Next day Kuroko found a letter...

GP Challenge

GP Challenge

Sony Playstation - Released - 2002

GP Challenge is a 1998 Formula One racing game by Midas Interactive Entertainment. The game features teams from the 1998 season, but the circuits are based on the 1994 season. From the games Main Menu: One can choose between a Single Race mode, or to go to the Options Menu. In Single Race mode; one can choose from a selection of Four Circuits to race on, and the Grands Prix feature realistic schedules from a Formula One Race Weekend; Including: Friday Practice, Saturday Qualifying, and Sunday's Grand Prix. Also in Single Race mode; One can choose to have a 'Four-Race Championship Season',...

G-Police

G-Police

Sony Playstation - Released - October 15, 1997

After a violent interstellar resource war, mega-corporations seize power from the remnants of Earth's governments and lead humanity's way into the colonization of space. The last vestige of central authority is in the form of the G-Police (Government Police); an independent agency tasked with keeping order in the colonies. You play as rookie Jeff Slater - a former military pilot going undercover at the G-Police squadron on Callisto, in the hopes of finding the truth behind your sister's sudden death. G-Police is an arcade-style helicopter shooter set inside the colony domes on Callisto. You...

G-Police: Weapons of Justice

G-Police: Weapons of Justice

Sony Playstation - Released - August 31, 1999

Taking place only ten days after the events in the original G-Police, the sequel G-Police: Weapons of Justice centers around a group of small gangs in Callisto. The various gangs are taking advantage of the G-Police by exploiting their weakened and exhausted task force. With crime back on the rise, the city will have to pull through and pray for a miracle --- fortunately, they're prayers have been answered. After an attempt to silence the terrorist organizations, your squad receives word of Marines being sent in to help with the current situation. Unfortunately, they're a few days away from...

Gradius Deluxe Pack

Gradius Deluxe Pack

Sony Playstation - Released - March 29, 1996

This pack contains both the arcade classics Gradius I and II, ported to Windows 95, Sony Playstation and Sega Saturn. Story: The Bacterians are attacking the planet Gradius, and in a state-of-the-art fighter ship you have to stop them. Both games have similar gameplay and graphics, with only different music and level layout setting them apart. Each of these side-scrolling shooters has over a dozen levels each, all of which are completely unique. There are no enemy types that are re-used from level to level (except for the boss who is the same in every level). You can collect powerups...

Gradius Gaiden

Gradius Gaiden

Sony Playstation - Released - August 28, 1997

The setting is between Gradius III and Gradius IV. During the " Third Bacterian War ", the planet Gradius defeated the Bacterians, and peace returned to Gradius. After two hundred years passed, Gradius prospered, but when the disappearance of a science vessel which went to a nebula known as "The Evil Range", the colony planets of Gradius were attacked by some unknown force that destroyed 99% of the Gradius Army. The Gradius Army Headquarters decided to launch a desperation attack on the "Dark Nebula", which was the source of the invaders. Four Hyper Space Fighters launched from the...

Gran Turismo

Gran Turismo

Sony Playstation - Released - December 23, 1997

Welcome to the most advanced racing game ever created! Encounter exhilarating high-speed racing in 11 stunning environments. Feel handling agility and throttle response so convincing, the car seems to be an extension of yourself. Experience the extraordinary world of Gran Turismo!

Gran Turismo 2

Gran Turismo 2

Sony Playstation - Released - December 11, 1999

The world's most advanced racing game returns with thunderous new features. Over 500 racing machines from world-class manufacturers. - All vehicles are designed according to their exact specifications and are fully customizable. - Insane Arcade mode with power slides, burnouts, jumps and excessive speeds - Killer soundtrack from star-studded bands - Benchmark 3D graphics - Intense two player racing

Grand Slam

Grand Slam

Sony Playstation - Released - April 30, 1997

Grand Slam Baseball was an innovative, albeit relatively low-key release from Virgin Interactive Entertainment in 1997. Not known for sports games, VIE released Grand Slam for Windows, Sony Playstation and Sega Saturn as the second title in its attempt to establish a mainstream sports line. The first title in the short-lived line was Power Play Hockey in 1996. The sports line would last only one more title after Grand Slam's release, that being the sequel to the hockey game, also released in 1997. Grand Slam was one of the early adopters of 3D accelerator card technology and also offered...

Grand Theft Auto

Grand Theft Auto

Sony Playstation - Released - December 1, 1997

In Grand Theft Auto, the player takes the role of a small-time criminal trying to make it big with the mob. Stealing cars, doing jobs for the gangsters and behaving generally anti-social are the way to success. The action moves through six levels spread over three different cities, each based on a real US city: Liberty City (based on New York City), San Andreas (based on San Francisco) and Vice City (based on Miami). To finish a level, a certain score must be reached. Stealing cars and crashing into traffic, driving over pedestrians and killing cops all raise the score, but the big points...

Grand Theft Auto 2

Grand Theft Auto 2

Sony Playstation - Released - October 25, 1999

The game takes place at an undisclosed time in the near future. Unlike the first game which featured three different cities, Grand Theft Auto 2 only features a single town, but it's divided in three districts which are unlocked one at a time: downtown, residential and industrial. Like in the original the player goes around answering phones to initiate various missions. The game uses an overhead camera in a 3D landscape and allows the player to freely explore the city and steal any vehicle the player sets his or her eyes on. To unlock new districts the player must reach a certain score which is...

Grand Theft Auto: Collector's Edition

Grand Theft Auto: Collector's Edition

Sony Playstation - Released - December 17, 2002

This contains all the PlayStation GTA games in one pack: the original, classic Grand Theft Auto; Grand Theft Auto II, with new missions, weapons and vehicles; and the GTA London mission pack, for 60s-obsessed Cockney gangster wannabes everywhere.

Grand Theft Auto: Mission Pack #1: London 1969

Grand Theft Auto: Mission Pack #1: London 1969

Sony Playstation - Released - April 30, 1999

Grand Theft Auto: Mission Pack #1 - London 1969 is an official expansion pack to Grand Theft Auto. Instead of the fictional interpretations of New York, Miami and Los Angeles of the original, this game opens up the city of London to the player. The game features thirty new vehicles, new graphics and thirty-two new missions; all in a distinctly British theme. The new city contains many familiar landmarks from London in the late 60s as well as other cultural reference and Cockney slang. This time the player can choose the avatar's appearance, otherwise gameplay has not been changed from the...

Grandia

Grandia

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1999

Grandia (Japanese: グランディア Gurandia?) is a role-playing video game developed by Game Arts originally for the Sega Saturn console as the first game in their Grandia series. Initially released in Japan in January 1997, the game was later ported to the PlayStation in June 1999, with an English version of the game appearing on the platform in North America in the following September by SCEA, and later in Europe in March 2001 by Ubisoft. The game was produced by much of the same staff who worked on the company's previous role-playing endeavor, the Lunar series, including producer Yoichi Miyagi and...

Graniyu Shima! Daibouken

Graniyu Shima! Daibouken

Sony Playstation - Released - October 15, 1998

Graniyu Shima! Daibouken can be described as Mario Kart on foot as you charge through the obstacle laden courses Wacky Races style with opponents utilising sheet ice, fireballs, tornados, lightning, even earthquakes to hinder your progress.

The Granstream Saga

The Granstream Saga

Sony Playstation - Released - June 30, 1998

Assume the role of the young warrior Eon, Granstream's only hope to prevent its continents from plummering into the sea. Embark on a grand and challenging adventure - collaborate with beautiful air pirates, consult wise sages, and battle the diabolical minions of the Imperial Wizardry.

The Great Battle VI

The Great Battle VI

Sony Playstation - Released - April 11, 1997

The Compati Hero Series is a video game series published exclusively in Japan by Banpresto and Namco Bandai Games (formerly Bandai) that began in 1990, that serves as crossover between Ultraman, Kamen Rider (also known as Masked Rider) and Gundam. It was the first video game series to involve a crossover between animated giant robots and live action tokusatsu heroes from different established franchises. The series makes this possible by using caricaturized versions of the characters (officially referred as "SD" or "Super Deformed" characters), which allowed the different heroes and...

Grid Runner

Grid Runner

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1996

Grid Runner is a futuristic version of "tag." On offense, your objective is to capture the flags around the levels without being tagged or killed. On defense, your main objective is to tag the other player (either the computer or a friend in two-player mode) before he or she collects all the flags. In each level you will find different colored balls that will help you defeat your enemies. For example, the green balls increase your speed, red increases your magic, and blue increases your agility. The more power-ups you collect, the more efficient you become. You can also use and collect...

Grille Logic

Grille Logic

Sony Playstation - Released - January 26, 1996

Grille Logic is a difficult puzzle game in which the gameplay is to use the white form to the right over the left one after selecting the forms in the left side, complicated? Sure it is. The player has to first check the figure in the right and see what is missing there to put the proper colour arrows in the left one, when he's sure he can move the right figure over the left figure to check if he has solve the puzzle well or not, (the right figure will rotate to the left once for each colour arrows and if it match them is well solved) the "easier" way is to check each colour once since if...

The Grinch

The Grinch

Sony Playstation - Released - November 8, 2000

This version of The Grinch is based on the 2000 holiday movie of the same title, inspired by the Dr. Seuss book and animated special How the Grinch Stole Christmas. PlayStation gamers control The Grinch and his dog Max, swapping between the two with a tap of a button. The troublemakers attempt to stop Christmas from taking place by causing mischief and destroying all the presents, snowmen, and Christmas trees they find. The villain's driving motivation is to collect blueprints to build an arsenal of inventions that he needs to ruin the Who-ville holidays once and for all. He'll search...

Grind Session

Grind Session

Sony Playstation - Released - April 29, 2000

Grind Session translates the spirit and thrill of hard-core boarding into arcade-style action. Gamers compete in street and tournament competitions, flow on the halfpipe, and freestyle it for the covers of the big skating magazines. The game features eight unique 3-D arenas, such as Van's Triple Crown skate park, and includes hundreds of tricks, customizable gear, and instant replay modes with different camera angles. Play your friends in such multiplayer modes as versus, team play, competition, tech challenge, S-K-A-T-E, and endurance. Grind Session also boasts 10 different skaters with...

Groove Adventure Rave: Mikan no Hiseki

Groove Adventure Rave: Mikan no Hiseki

Sony Playstation - Released - August 29, 2002

This game is a classic RPG of the popular manga serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine comes to the Playstation! Mashita-sensei developed a competely original story featuring his characters. One of the game's goals it to create the strongest sword! You can create various swords by combining 2 swords together!

Groove Adventure Rave: Plue no Daibouken

Groove Adventure Rave: Plue no Daibouken

Sony Playstation - Released - July 25, 2002

Rave Master (known as Groove Adventure RAVE in Japan), is a manga series written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima. The manga was serialized in Shonen Magazine from July 1999 through July 2005, and published in thirty-five tankobon by Kodansha. The manga series was licensed for an English release in North America by Tokyopop until Kodansha allowed their contract to expire. Del Rey Manga announced on September 26, 2009, at their New York Anime Festival panel, that it had acquired the rights to Rave Master with a release date in September 2010. In 0015, fifty years before the story's start, the...

Groove Adventure Rave: Yuukyuu no Kizuna

Groove Adventure Rave: Yuukyuu no Kizuna

Sony Playstation - Released - January 31, 2002

Rave Master (known as Groove Adventure RAVE in Japan), is a manga series written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima. The manga was serialized in Shonen Magazine from July 1999 through July 2005, and published in thirty-five tankobon by Kodansha. The manga series was licensed for an English release in North America by Tokyopop until Kodansha allowed their contract to expire. Del Rey Manga announced on September 26, 2009, at their New York Anime Festival panel, that it had acquired the rights to Rave Master with a release date in September 2010. In 0015, fifty years before the story's start, the...

Growlanser

Growlanser

Sony Playstation - Released - November 25, 1999

Growlanser is a fantasy SRPG (strategy role-playing game), and the first in the Growlanser series of games. The main character is Carmaine, an orphan raised by the palace royal magician, Sandra. Prophesied as an infant to become either "the darkness to destroy the world" or "the light which saves it", Sandra carefully watches over him and never allows him to leave Rolandia's capital city, Rosaria, or have any contact with the outside world. However, throughout his childhood Carmaine experiences strange and vivid dreams of people and places he knows nothing about. When at last he becomes old...

Grudge Warriors

Grudge Warriors

Sony Playstation - Released - May 3, 2000

Gang warfare has erupted throughout the world. Highly customized armored vehicles are the weapons of choice for the top 11 gangs that are vying for the Crimelord's favor. Each gang's base of operations is located on a secluded island. It is your duty to infiltrate each opposing gang's island and destroy the network of power generators to eliminate the enemy. At the start of each mission, your vehicle is dropped off at the enemy's base. You must fend off the defending vehicles as you attempt to destroy the power generators. Also located on each island are 20 tokens. After collecting 50...

GT All Japan Touring Car Championship

GT All Japan Touring Car Championship

Sony Playstation - Released - February 23, 1996

The Japanese Touring Car Championship (abbr: JTCC, officially known as All Japan Touring Car Championship), is a former touring car racing series held in Japan. By 1993, like many other Group A series, the series had ended up becoming a one make affair with just the GT-R only appearing on the top category, followed by the M3s on the other, whereas in Div. 3 only consists of Corollas and Civics. For the following year the series would switch to the Supertouring formula. The playstation game GT All Japan Touring Car Championship is a top (isometric) view racing game using the cars and...

GT Straight Victory: Hoshino Kazuyoshi e no Chousen

GT Straight Victory: Hoshino Kazuyoshi e no Chousen

Sony Playstation - Released - April 23, 1998

Kazuyoshi Hoshino (born in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, 1 July 1947) is a former racing driver and businessman from Japan. Hoshino's nickname was "the fastest man/guy in Japan". He won the Japanese motocross national championships in the 90cc and 125cc classes for Kawasaki in 1968 before switching to cars as a Nissan factory driver in 1969. Hoshino retired from racing in 2002 and now continues to run his own Super GT team and his own Nissan specialised aftermarket parts company, Impul. The Super GT series, formerly known as the All-Japan Grand Touring Car Championship or JGTC, is a...

The Guardian of Darkness

The Guardian of Darkness

Sony Playstation - Released - 1999

Guardian of Darkness is an action game with puzzle-solving elements. Ekna is an exorcist monk from the "The Gate", an ultra-secret organization regularly sends him on the most perilous missions involving the paranormal. The first level starts with an investigation of an haunted museum. His assistant Edward Burnst will train him how to use his different spells. After each level, Ekna returns to his headquarters, the Tenebrans where he can get his orders from "The Gate" and get his specials weapons like grenades or energy power ups.

Guardian Recall

Guardian Recall

Sony Playstation - Released - October 1, 1998

Guardian Recall is a tactical rpg that puts the player in control of a team of young girls (that are in high school students) that got the power of summon guardians that help them in their fights against an evil organization. The game takes place in a near future when an evil organization wants to conquer the world using demons and other creatures to help them, the game features a lot of full motion video sequences to shown the story that are shown between stages. The gameplay is a turn based rpg in which the player got a limited range of movement in each turn. Each mission is ended when...

Guardian's Crusade

Guardian's Crusade

Sony Playstation - Released - January 31, 1999

Guardian's Crusade starts off innocently enough: The mayor wants you to deliver a letter to a nearby town, and being a fine young knight, you agree and head on your way. But how could you know that you are taking the first step on a grand journey that will decide the fate of the entire world? On your way back from the town, you discover a pink monster known as Baby and receive an ominous message about a place called God's Tower. Taking care of Baby is just one of the many problems you'll face as you fight the forces of evil. The game is categorized as an RPG, but it includes unique...

Gubble

Gubble

Sony Playstation - Released - June 15, 2002

Gubble is a cute, colorful alien and he needs your help to get back to his home in this PlayStation game. It seems that creatures of Gubble's kind are particularly adept at loosening screws, nails, rivets, and other such fasteners. So adept, in fact, that Gubble has been kidnapped and sent to a dangerous planet to ply this skill. His captors have instructed him to unfasten the screws and bolts on a large enemy ship, promising to return him to his home if he is successful. Success will take good puzzle-solving skills though (and perhaps a little luck), as the falling pieces from the...

Guilty Gear

Guilty Gear

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1998

In 22th century, the scientists, learning the ancient ways of magic, discovered a new technique that made it possible to create artificial beings by mixing the DNA of humans and animals. Those new creatures were called "gears". They had no will of their own and were destined to obey the humans forever. However, a gear named Justice was, for a mysterious reason, capable of disobeying the humans and making decisions of his own. He organized a rebellion of gears, that was later repressed by the knights of the Sacred Order, who put him in a prison. But recently, Justice broke free, and the Order...

Guitar Freaks

Guitar Freaks

Sony Playstation - Released - July 29, 1999

GuitarFreaks (ギターフリークス?) is a music video game series produced by Konami. It is a rhythm game where the player uses a controller to simulate the playing of an electric guitar. The game consists of music predominantly from the rock music, rock and roll and J-pop genres. It is considered one of the most influential video games of all time, for having laid the foundations for popular guitar-based rhythm games, such as the Guitar Hero series.[2] Working Designs attempted to bring Guitar Freaks PlayStation 2 games in the U.S., but patent problems with the guitar controller prevented the project...

Guitar Freaks Append 2nd Mix

Guitar Freaks Append 2nd Mix

Sony Playstation - Released - February 24, 2000

First introduced in the arcades as an enhancement to the popular Konami simulation game, "2nd Mix" updates the musical library with a total of 45 tracks ranging from flamenco to fusion rock guitar pieces. It requires the original Guitar Freaks disc, as well as near-mastery of the original game. Each mode start out with 16 tracks right away instead of 6 in the original. The layout for song selection is a little different in that the song titles appear horizontally on a menu and you select them by scrolling up and down. You have a guitar controller, which consists of three colored buttons...

GUNbare! Game Tengoku: The Game Paradise 2

GUNbare! Game Tengoku: The Game Paradise 2

Sony Playstation - Released - March 19, 1998

The evil scientist Genius Yamada is trying to take over the world of video games. Yuki Ito, part-time bunny girl at the "You and Me" arcade, enlists the help of a variety of Jaleco game characters to travel through the game world and put a stop to his nefarious plans. The playable characters include: Jeynus Starmine, pilot of the Fighter-EX from Exerion Seria, pilot of the ship from Plus Alpha Pig, from Okkotoshi Puzzle Tonjan!? Z-DYNE MK II, the successor to the mech from Formation Z Miki and Misato, two young girls piloting the radar ship Genesis 3 from Field Combat Sakura, the...

Gunbird

Gunbird

Sony Playstation - Released - December 15, 1995

Gunbird is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up released in 1994 by Japanese company Psikyo. It was followed by a sequel, Gunbird 2, in 1998. The first game was released in the United States and Europe as Mobile Light Force for the PlayStation. Gunbird uses anime-styled character as the player's chosen craft. A story plays out in between levels and before boss fights, telling a tale of how the protagonists are trying to collect pieces of a magic mirror to make a wish. The cutscenes between the battles with 2 players fighting cooperatively are frequently packed with hilarious dialogue and...

Gundam Battle Assault

Gundam Battle Assault

Sony Playstation - Released - November 6, 2000

The Japanese anime series known as Gundam Wing is the basis for Gundam Battle Assault, a 2D one-on-one fighting game for the PlayStation. This robotic brawler pits Gundam against Gundam using a traditional side-view fighting engine. The different robots that appear in Gundam Battle Assault spring forth from all over the series' lengthy fictional timeline. New fans will most recognize the Gundam Wing model, while those who've followed the different shows for a while will find many old favorites, such as Z Gundam, Qubeley, and Zaku II.

Gundam Battle Assault 2

Gundam Battle Assault 2

Sony Playstation - Released - July 18, 2002

Gundam Battle Assault 2 encompasses plot lines, characters, and Gundam mobile suits from many of the series' most famous shows, allowing players to square off against their favorite characters in heated 2D battle. Gameplay modes offered include Versus modes that allow players to compete against either human- or computer-controlled opponents, two different Time Attack modes, and a Survival mode that sees players going up against an endless wave of attackers. The so-called Street mode allows players to follow three different story lines -- with one of eight different pilots -- taken from the G...

Gundam: The Battle Master

Gundam: The Battle Master

Sony Playstation - June 20, 1997

Gundam: the Battle Master is a Japanese fighting game involving robots who will try to attack and destroy each other. Before you start the game, you can choose from a various amount of robots, each being smaller or bigger, or having different attacks. As you progress the game, your opponents will get more difficult to beat. During a fight, your temperature bar will decrease when you manage not to get hit by your opponent. All the robots will start with 4 levels of armor. As you attack your opponent with missiles and bazookas, his temperature bar will increase. You can aim your long range...

Gundress

Gundress

Sony Playstation - Released - February 24, 2000

Gundress takes place at newly built Bayside City in the year 2100. This futuristic metropolis, however, is not without its problems. Terrorism and illegal smuggling run rampant up to the point where not even the police are able to handle the job. That's where the Angel Arms come in. A group of 6 women, each with a mysterious past, team up to create the freelance anti-terrorist team for hire in order to tackle crime too tough to handle. However, the Angel Arms must face their biggest mission yet when they are assigned to protect an arms dealer withholding some very important...

Gunfighter: The Legend of Jesse James

Gunfighter: The Legend of Jesse James

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 2001

Step into the boots of a legend of the Old West for a sharp-shooting adventure of true romance and frontier justice. Jesse James' partner has been shot dead and his best girl Zee has been kidnapped by a band of no-good outlaw varmints. Guide the rogue hero as he blasts away at the bad guys to avenge his lost companion and save the girl. The game is compatible with PlayStation light guns for a true first-person experience. Gunfighter: The Legend of Jesse James also features an assortment of mini-games for variety and replay value.

Gungage

Gungage

Sony Playstation - Released - June 3, 1999

Gungage is a futuristic Third Person Shooter for the PlayStation. In the game, the world is threatened by strange creatures from an alternative world called Dark Moon, who want to take over the Earth. You start the game with only one character available to play with, but three more can be unlocked. Each character has its own characteristics when it comes to the size of their gun, their speed, and their size. Each character also has their own special psychic powers. The story evolves differently with the various characters, but the same levels are used. During the game, special powers have...

Gunner's Heaven

Gunner's Heaven

Sony Playstation - Released - April 28, 1995

The object of interest in this game is the mysterious Valkiry Stone. Two treasure hunters, Axel and Ruka, set out to find the stone, but the evil gang known as the Pumpkin Heads wants to find the stone first. As either Axel or Ruka, blast your way through six side-scrolling levels against hordes of enemies, facing off against several bosses in each level. You can select from four different weapon effects (normal, bouncing, homing and flamethrower), use smartbombs and a grappling hook.

Gunnm: Kasei no Kioku

Gunnm: Kasei no Kioku

Sony Playstation - Released - August 27, 1998

Gunnm Kasei no Kioku (Martian Memory) is the complete version of the story containing additional materials not found in the manga. The player assumes the role of Gally and begins a journey that takes her from the streets of Scrap Iron Town and the desert outlands, to the city of Jeru and her birthplace on the planet Mars. The game is set in 3D with the camera at ¾ perspective above and behind Gally, though at times the camera is a little too distant from her. This lets you take in a lot of the scenery but makes Gally look like a blue speck with legs. In each level there are story and boss...

Gunpey

Gunpey

Sony Playstation - Released - December 16, 1999

Gunpey is a puzzle game set in the wild west. Your goal is to connect pieces of fuses to get one long fuse going across the board, making it explode and disappear. There are several game modes in Gunpey, such as the classical puzzle game modes "Endless mode", where you can either play until you mess up or timed, either for 2 or 5 minutes. "Stage mode", where you have to clear a certain amount of tiles before advancing to the next stage. "Puzzle mode", where you have a set amount of fuse pieces and you need to make them all go away in one explosion. And finally "Vs. mode", where you can face...

Gunship

Gunship

Sony Playstation - Released - June 3, 1996

GUNSHIP allows you to sit behind the controls of a combat helicopter. Play a Quick Fire game, and try to blast as many enemies out of the sky as possible. Or, if you’ve got more long-term aspirations, play the Simulation mode and create a squad of pilots and choose and equip one of the game’s eight helicopters, which include the AH-66B Comanche, AH-64A Apache, and UK-60K Blackhawk. Once the chopper is outfitted, choose between missions in Europe and the Persian Gulf. After each mission, you can rank the pilots and give them promotions and honors. Just for the most hardcore flight simulation...

Guntu Western Front June, 1944

Guntu Western Front June, 1944

Sony Playstation - Released - March 12, 1998

Guntu Western Front June, 1944 is a first person rail shooter set during World War II. It takes place in occupied France just prior to the invasion of Normandy and the task in each of the game's six levels is to destroy a certain target, usually some sort of tank or other heavily armoured object.

Gussun Oyoyo

Gussun Oyoyo

Sony Playstation - Released - April 28, 1995

Gussun Oyoyo is a game that can be described as a cross between Tetris, Solomon's Key and Lemmings. The game is a conversion of the Irem's arcade machine from 1993. The other games in the Gussun Oyoyo series which are featured on the Saturn and Super Famicom are all based on the same idea. Except for Gussun Paradise on PSone, which is much closer to single screen platformers like Bubble Bobble and Don Doko Don. The difference with other games that appear to be in the same category is that you can't control the character that walks around the screen (Gussun), instead you control falling...

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Quiz

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Quiz

Sony Playstation - Released - 2000

Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten (English: Good Times, Bad Times) is a German television soap opera. Since its launch on 11 May 1992, Germany's first daily soap has regularly been a hit for the RTL network. For over 19 years now, the show has been number one in its timeslot at 7.40 pm with 4.5 million viewers in average. In 2002 the show reached its peak with over 7 million viewers. Set in Berlin, Germany's capital city, the show is about a group of young people who try to find their way in life. They have to solve problem connected with lovesickness, homosexuality, career choice, debts, disease,...

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Vol. 2

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Vol. 2

Sony Playstation - Released - 1999

Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten (English: Good Times, Bad Times) is a German television soap opera. Since its launch on 11 May 1992, Germany's first daily soap has regularly been a hit for the RTL network. For over 19 years now, the show has been number one in its timeslot at 7.40 pm with 4.5 million viewers in average. In 2002 the show reached its peak with over 7 million viewers. Set in Berlin, Germany's capital city, the show is about a group of young people who try to find their way in life. They have to solve problem connected with lovesickness, homosexuality, career choice, debts, disease,...

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Vol. 3

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Vol. 3

Sony Playstation - Released - 1999

Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten (English: Good Times, Bad Times) is a German television soap opera. Since its launch on 11 May 1992, Germany's first daily soap has regularly been a hit for the RTL network. For over 19 years now, the show has been number one in its timeslot at 7.40 pm with 4.5 million viewers in average. In 2002 the show reached its peak with over 7 million viewers. Set in Berlin, Germany's capital city, the show is about a group of young people who try to find their way in life. They have to solve problem connected with lovesickness, homosexuality, career choice, debts, disease,...

GuuCho de Park: Theme Park Monogatari

GuuCho de Park: Theme Park Monogatari

Sony Playstation - Released - March 7, 2002

Guucho de Park - Theme Park Monogatari is a board game based on the well known Theme Park game series by Electronic Arts. The game is a classic board game in which 4 players compete to win the game. The game features up to 4 human players to play at the same time using a multi-tap device. The board theme is a theme park so there are different attractions around each board. The game features 3 different enemy characters & 4 different theme parks boards: Prehistoric, SCI-FI, Animals & Horror.

Hai-Shin 2

Hai-Shin 2

Sony Playstation - Released - March 26, 1998

Hai-Shin 2 is the sequel to the Playstation game Pro Logic Mahjong Hai Shin and is also mahjong game with different game modes: - Special Play (free mode) - Mahjong Grand Prix (story mode: Mahjong championship of 1998) - Basic Study (Mahjong guide & dictionary) - Mahjong Hands (practical tutorial) - Tempai Mahjong (play tempai mahjong with his guide)

Hajime no Ippo - The Fighting!

Hajime no Ippo - The Fighting!

Sony Playstation - Released - July 13, 1997

This game is based on the boxing Manga and Anime series "Hajime no Ippo" created by Jyoji "George" Morikawa. It was released only in Japan. The story focuses heavily on character development, even during the matches something is learned about the fighters. Ippo and his friendly rivalry with Miyata is the main draw in the early part of the series. That later changes to Ippo's path towards the Japanese Featherweight Championship and eventually the world championship. Along the way we are given glimpses into the other side character's pasts, motivations, relationships to others and current...

Hakaiou: King Of Crusher

Hakaiou: King Of Crusher

Sony Playstation - Released - November 12, 1998

You are a Japanese salary man, normal in every way... except that you've just been bitten by an evil space insect, turning you from a regular man into a rage-fueled monster. Destroy anything you can to fill your dopamine gauge, and reach the end of the stage to continue your transformation from a normal human into an enormous kaijuu monster, all the while avoiding the police and the military trying to stop you.

Hamster Monogatari

Hamster Monogatari

Sony Playstation - Released - December 21, 2000

Hamster Monogatari is an adventure simulation game in which the player has to raise hamsters. The game was also released for Nintendo 64 console and got 2 sequels released for the gameboy advance console. The game series features hamsters in adventure games which feature exploration, interaction and other RPG elements. In the game the player takes the role of a young girl the buy a hamster and have to take care of him (training him, giving him food, playing with him), she can also buy him food, items and other things for the hamster house. Her hamster (or hamsters since she can has...

Hamster no Odekake

Hamster no Odekake

Sony Playstation - Released - February 22, 2001

Hamster no Odekake is a simulation game in which the player has 5 different hamsters that live in a small hamster house and he has to take care of them. To do that he can watch them do different activities like eat, sleep or watch the TV (the player can choose the tv channel they will watch). The game uses a lot the Pocketstation since the player choose one of his hamsters to transfer it to the Pocketstation and there that hamster will interact with different things and do different activities that will unlock others in the main game. The player can change the hamster to use in the...

Hanabi Fantast

Hanabi Fantast

Sony Playstation - Released - July 16, 1998

Hanabi Fantast is a fireworks construction kit and viewer where the player designs brilliant explosions and then watch as they light up the sky. Some exceptional fireworks displays include an explosion that lights up into a spinning dolphin and another where the core of the blast showers off musical notes. Gorgeous graphics and animation make this a visual feast. In the game the player controls a young kid that got the mission of walk around a fantasy world and make different fireworks to make the people happy. The gameplay is simple: the player got to pcik different items to make the...

Happy Salvage

Happy Salvage

Sony Playstation - Released - August 31, 2000

Happy Salvage is a mix between a first person perspective adventure dating game and an action game. The game puts the player in the role of a young boy that lives in a small town in an island. He first has to go around the town and explore the island to meet the people of the town, there he will meet the first girls of the game. After a few talking with all the characters he will use the fishing boat and go to a small fishing spot that is near the island in the sea, he can choose if he wants that the girl goes with him or not. Then the game changes to an underwater view and the player can...

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