Sega Naomi

The Sega NAOMI (New Arcade Operation Machine Idea) is an arcade system board released in 1998 as a successor to Sega Model 3 hardware. It uses the same architecture as the Sega Dreamcast, and stands as one of Sega's most successful arcade systems of...

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

Sega Naomi - Released - July 26, 2000

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker (also known as just 18 Wheeler) is an arcade game developed by Sega AM2 and distributed by Sega. The game was first released in arcades in 2000, then ported to the Dreamcast in 2001. It was later released for the PlayStation 2 in 2001 and Nintendo GameCube in 2002 by Acclaim Entertainment. Sega followed up on the success of 18 Wheeler with a sequel, The King of Route 66, which was released in the arcades around 2002 and ported to the PlayStation 2. This was one of the final arcade video games ports to be on the Dreamcast after its discontinuation before Sega...

Airline Pilots

Airline Pilots

Sega Naomi - Released

Airline Pilots is a flight simulator released for Sega NAOMI arcade hardware in 1999. The game simulates flying a Boeing 777 aircraft, and was developed with the input of engineers and pilots from Japan Airlines. Two different cabinet models were manufactured. The default type is a typical sit down cabinet with one monitor, while the "DX type" cabinet features three side-by-side 29" monitors, which surround the player to create a "cockpit". The extreme difficulty of "Airline Pilots", combined with a lack of interest in realistic flight simulators, led Sega to manufacture a conversion kit...

Akatsuki Blitzkampf Ausf. Achse

Akatsuki Blitzkampf Ausf. Achse

Sega Naomi - Released - February 20, 2008

Akatsuki Blitzkampf Ausf Achse is based upon the original Akatsuki Blitzkampf Japanese PC dojin 2D fighting game from SUBTLE STYLE which was originally released on the 30th April 2007. The original PC game got a lot of attention in Japan for its high-resolution sprites and older style gameplay similar to that of the older Samurai Showdown in the way that you can parry. This Naomi arcade release features improved graphics as well as an extra character going under the name of Perfect.

Alien Front

Alien Front

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Alien Front is a video game released for Sega NAOMI arcade hardware in 2001. It is a team-based vehicluar combat game. In its original form, Alien Front was not brought to home consoles, however it was retooled and given an online focus in the form of Alien Front Online for the Sega Dreamcast. It is suspected both games are largely identical, with this arcade version merely relying on local multiplayer as opposed to battles played over the internet.

Asian Dynamite

Asian Dynamite

Sega Naomi - Released - July 30, 2007

Asian Dynamite is a Sega NAOMI arcade beat-'em-up game. It is known as Dynamite Deka EX in Japan, and is a direct sequel to Dynamite Deka, meaning in its localised form, Asian Dynamite is a direct sequel to Die Hard Arcade, with the references to the movie franchise removed. The game has not been ported to home platforms, nor has it even seen a US release. It is extremely similar to Dynamite Cop in design, simply sporting an updated Asian aesthetic and replacing Jean Ivy and Eddie Brown with Caroline Powell and Jennifer Genuine, respectively. Caroline is the president's daughter from the...

Azumanga Daioh Puzzle Bobble

Azumanga Daioh Puzzle Bobble

Sega Naomi - Released - June 1, 2002

Azumanga Daioh Puzzle Bobble is a game based on the Azumanga Daioh anime and manga which was released by Taito Corporation as an arcade-only Puzzle Bobble spin-off on June 1, 2002. It was developed by MOSS for the Sega NAOMI GD-ROM arcade and distributed in Japan exclusively. It also has a two-player mode and the original voice actors from the Azumanga Daioh anime reprise their roles. It is controlled using one joystick and two buttons

Beach Spikers

Beach Spikers

Sega Naomi

Beach Spikers: Virtua Beach Volleyball (also known in arcades as just Beach Spikers) is a beach volleyball video game released in Japanese arcades in 2001 followed by home ports in all regions for the Nintendo GameCube in 2002. The game was published by Sega and developed in-house by Sega AM2.

Boat Race: Ocean Heats

Boat Race: Ocean Heats

Sega Naomi

Border Down

Border Down

Sega Naomi - Released - April 25, 2003

Border Down is a side-scrolling shoot 'em up set in a futuristic setting. Centuries after humans have colonized Mars, hostile aliens begin attacking the planet. The Mars defense force mobilizes and launch a new type of unmanned aircraft. The player takes on the role of a pilot, controlling the aircraft through a remote control interface. The game's name is derived from its "border system".

Brick People

Brick People

Sega Naomi - Released - 2009

Brick People was produced by Sega in 2009. Brick People (known in Japan as Block People) is a cutesy 2.5D puzzle action game developed and released by Sega for arcades (using Dreamcast-based Sega System SP hardware) exclusively in Europe and Japan in 2009. Players must guide a group of little semi-autonomous "brick heads" up the playfield using large real-life toy blocks stacked on the thin table. It was later ported to iOS devices in 2011, using a touch-based interface where players drag blocks from either side of the screen.

Cannon Spike

Cannon Spike

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

Cannon Spike (Gunspike in Japan) is an overhead-camera shooting game in the vein of Smash TV and another Capcom creation, the Commando series. Released for the arcades, and later for the Sega Dreamcast, it uses Capcom-designed characters and runs on Sega's Naomi Hardware. Cannon Spike is a linear game, heavily focused towards boss encounters. A main feature of the game is the ability to play as a number of familiar Capcom characters from other franchises. The international name of Cannon Spike is the name of a trademark attack performed by Cammy, a character from the Street Fighter series...

Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001

Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001

Sega Naomi - Released - August 3, 2001

Capcom vs. SNK 2 combines characters and gameplay elements from various Capcom and SNK fighting games, mainly the Street Fighter and The King of Fighters series. Other elements, most noticeably different fighting styles, incorporated elements from other games as well, such as Street Fighter III, Garou: Mark of the Wolves, and the Samurai Shodown series. This game runs on the Sga NAOMI Arcade system which is based on Sega Dreamcast's hardware.

Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000

Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000

Sega Naomi - Released - August 13, 2000

Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 (カプコン バーサス エス・エヌ・ケイ ミレニアムファイト 2000, Kapukon Bāsasu Es-Enu-Kei Mireniamu Faito Nisen), also known as simply Capcom vs. SNK in international releases, is a 2000 head-to-head fighting game produced by Capcom originally released as a coin-operated arcade game for Sega's NAOMI hardware and later ported to the Dreamcast. It is the second game in the SNK vs. Capcom series and the first game in the series to be released for the arcades.

Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 Pro

Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 Pro

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 is a fighting game by Capcom. It is the second game in the SNK vs. series, a video game series that features characters from Capcom and SNK games. This game utilizes a "ratio" system, in that the "ratio" is a rating of a character's overall strength, ranging from 1 to 4. Teams of up to four can be assembled, but their combined ratios must equal and go no higher than 4. The player also has their choice of "groove", or attack meter. The SNK groove is based on Extra mode from KOF '94 to KOF '98 and Capcom groove is based on A-ISM from the Street Fighter...

Castle of Shikigami II

Castle of Shikigami II

Sega Naomi - Released - 2003

Castle Shikigami 2 (式神の城, Shikigami no Shiro II) is a vertical scrolling shooter arcade game developed by Alfa System for the Sega NAOMI arcade system board. The game mechanisms are generally carried over from the original Shikigami No Shiro, with the addition of more playable characters. The game consists of five stages, each with two parts, with a boss at the end of each part. At the end of each stage, dialogue between the player character(s) and the bosses are shown in cut scenes; a unique sequence of dialogue is shown for every different character or combination of two characters.

Chaos Field

Chaos Field

Sega Naomi - Released - June 1, 2004

The technological advancements of mankind discover a dimension of absolute chaos that its discoverers soon called the Chaos Field. Upon its discovery, the overly destructive inhabitants of the Chaos Field, known as the Abo, invaded Earth which is considered the Orderfield. The war raged so long that special pilots were selected to fly the best star fighters equipped with trans-dimensional technology to combat the Abo and save the Orderfield.

Cleopatra Fortune Plus

Cleopatra Fortune Plus

Sega Naomi - Released - 2002

Cleopatra Fortune Plus (クレオパトラフォーチュン プラス) is a puzzle game developed by Altron and published by Taito for the Sega NAOMI arcade system. It is the sequel to Taito's 1997 game Cleopatra Fortune. The gameplay is similar to Tetris, but here the player has to direct blocks of stone and treasure to create closures, which then eliminates the treasure and adds to the player's score. Also, if a full line of stone blocks is formed, they will disappear in a similar fashion to Tetris, and also add to the player's score. The game's name comes from its mascot, which is a super deformed version of the...

Confidential Mission

Confidential Mission

Sega Naomi - 2000

Confidential Mission is a light gun game published by Sega, first available as an arcade game, then ported to the Dreamcast. The game is in the same style as the Virtua Cop series or The House of the Dead series, with support for one or two players. The game was developed by Sega's Hitmaker development team and first released in 2000. Its plot is of the same vein as James Bond and Mission: Impossible. Despite it also having an arcade release, it never enjoyed the popularity of the Virtua Cop nor The House of the Dead series, which were also produced by Sega.

Cosmic Smash

Cosmic Smash

Sega Naomi - Released - January 11, 2001

Cosmic Smash (コズミックスマッシュ) is an arcade game that was later ported to the Dreamcast console. It is a futuristic combination of squash and Breakout, and is a single player game. It is one of the few Dreamcast games to be released in a DVD-style case, rather than a jewel case.

Crackin' DJ

Crackin' DJ

Sega Naomi

Crackin' DJ is an arcade DJ game that features two turntables and cross-fader. Crackin' DJ tries to mimic the real life DJ-ing experience by having the player cut back and forth between two songs. The cabinet itself is well made with a quality sound system, elaborate lighting set-up, professional grade cross-fader and turntable that rotates during game-play. While the game was not a huge success when it was released, it has a strong cult following. Soundtrack 1. Advertise 2. Code Number 003 3. Chocolate 4. Hangover 5. Glamorous Fingers 6. Nightmare 7. Cool Hand 8. Hipstar 9....

Crackin' DJ Part 2

Crackin' DJ Part 2

Sega Naomi

A DJ simulator, where players can hone their skills on the replica turn tables. Players can choose from 22 tracks, each track has it's own difficulty level displayed with the track name. In this game the player's life gauge is called the groove meter, bad cuts decrease the meter, good cuts increase the meter. At the bottom of the screen is a device that's shows the intensity of the cuts needed. Players can also use the cross fader lever when needed.

Crazy Taxi

Crazy Taxi

Sega Naomi - Released - February 1, 1999

Crazy Taxi is an arcade racer where the player takes the role of a taxi driver who weaves his way through crowded streets, across sidewalks and even under water, in a wild and frantic race to deliver passengers on time. The courses are largely set inside cities crowded with general traffic and pedestrians (which can't be run over, they dive away). The main goal is to bring as many customers as possible to their destination in time. Available customers are marked through circles and the color represents the distance and the fare they offer. Green means long rides with plenty of money, and red...

Dead or Alive 2

Dead or Alive 2

Sega Naomi - Released - October 16, 1999

Dead or Alive 2 (Japanese: デッドオアアライブ2, Hepburn: Deddo Oa Araibu 2, abbreviated as DOA2) is a fighting game in the Dead or Alive series, developed by Team Ninja and published by Tecmo. It debuted in arcades in 1999. The enhanced Millennium edition released in 2000 includes several enhancements. The gameplay of Dead or Alive 2, and all subsequent DOA fighting games, borrows heavily from the Virtua Fighter series, but makes some key changes that drastically changes the way Dead or Alive is played in comparison to Virtua Fighter. In DOA2, the basis of the entire fighting system is the...

Dead or Alive 2: Millennium

Dead or Alive 2: Millennium

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

This was an updated version of Dead or Alive 2, 3-D fighting game, which includes features from the Dreamcast version that were not present in the arcade. The game was only released on the Sega NAOMI platform in arcades. The gameplay is similar to its predecessor, but now has new additions such as multi-tiered arenas and tag-team matches.

Death Crimson OX

Death Crimson OX

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

Death Crimson OX is a light gun shooting game developed by Ecole. It was released in arcades in 2000 then ported to the Dreamcast console in 2001 (published by Sammy Entertainment), several months after Sega had dropped support for the console. It is the third game in the Death Crimson series, and the only one to be released outside Japan. The game was also released as Guncom 2 in Europe and Death Crimson OX+ in Japan on the PlayStation 2. The Dreamcast version received "generally unfavourable reviews" according to the review aggregation website Metacritic. GameSpot described it as a...

Dengen Tenshi Taisen Janshi Shangri-la

Dengen Tenshi Taisen Janshi Shangri-la

Sega Naomi - Released - 1999

The story for this game is minimal. Arcade mode has you battling five different girls (computer firewalls) with your mahjong skills to save a computer system. CG cutscenes interspersed between battles tell you what's going on, if you won or not, and what your next opponent will be like. You can't select a character so as far as I can tell there are no multiple endings. The tiles are well done, the tables are snazzy, the menus intuitive and fast-loading, and the girls look pretty. The only real 3D graphics are in the semi-informative cutscenes. That being said, the normal cutscenes are...

Derby Owners Club

Derby Owners Club

Sega Naomi - Released - 1999

Derby Owners Club is a horse racing arcade game developed by Sega AM3 and published by Sega. Players are put into the roles of breeder, trainer, jockey, and owner of a thoroughbred racehorse. Statistics are saved on a IC card that can be put into any machine. The first version was released in Japan in 1999 and ran on the NAOMI arcade board. Gameplay First time players create a new horse. At first, the parents are chosen, the name of the horse and silks to wear. There are two types of horses, the front runners and the stretch runners, who have different strengths. Front runners are quick...

Derby Owners Club 2000

Derby Owners Club 2000

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

Derby Owners Club II

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Derby Owners Club World Edition EX

Derby Owners Club World Edition EX

Sega Naomi - Released - 2005

Derby Owners Club World Edition (DOCWE) is a horse racing simulation arcade game made by Sega. DOCWE is an updated English port of Derby Owners Club 2000 for non-Asia market. The format of the game is a player uses one of several consoles (called satellites) at the arcade to train horses, and then races them against 11 other computer AI horses or any number of other players (up to between 3 and 11 others, depending on location and format used) on tracks and G-1 races. Each player acts as owner, trainer, and jockey at each console. Players then can train their horses to improve in the horses...

Derby Owners Club: World Edition

Derby Owners Club: World Edition

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Dinosaur King

Dinosaur King

Sega Naomi - Released - September 30, 2005

A card-battling game released in 2005. It marks the start of Sega's Dinosaur King franchise, and was the first game to be released for Aurora hardware (Naomi Based). Every time the game is played, a slot near the base will dispense a random card, either dinosaur or move cards. These cards are different from their TCG equivalents. They are laid out a lot differently and have a barcode running down one side. To use these cards in game, one must swipe a dinosaur card of their choosing on the scanner between the two control pads when prompted. They can also swipe up to three move cards as upgrade...

Dinosaur King - D-Team VS. the Alpha Fortress

Sega Naomi - 2008

Doki Doki Idol Star Seeker

Doki Doki Idol Star Seeker

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Idol Star Seeker is a minesweeper-style arcade game played on a field of hexagonal tiles. The objective is to mark all of the mines and remove all of the tiles within the time limit to reveal an image of a scantily clad girl. Every stage features a new background image to reveal, but if the stage is not completed in a timely manner the image changes to that of the sulking fully clothed model but the player still has a chance to complete the stage and continue the game. However if the timer runs completely out, then it is game over.

Dragon Treasure

Dragon Treasure

Sega Naomi - Released - 2003

Dragon Treasure is an arcade game developed by Overworks and published by Sega in 2003 for the Sega NAOMI arcade board for Japanese arcades. The game is a coin-pusher game combined with a role-playing game, and can be played by multiple people. Progress can be stored on an IC card and can be resumed on any machine, which was new for medal games in Japan at the time. It received two sequels with Dragon Treasure II in 2004 and Dragon Treasure III in 2005. It was released only in Japanese arcades and received no port of any kind. The official soundtrack was released in 2006. Gameplay The...

Dragon Treasure II

Dragon Treasure II

Sega Naomi - Released - 2004

Dragon Treasure is an arcade game developed by Overworks and published by Sega in 2003 for the Sega NAOMI arcade board for Japanese arcades. The game is a coin-pusher game combined with a role-playing game, and can be played by multiple people. Progress can be stored on an IC card and can be resumed on any machine, which was new for medal games in Japan at the time. It received two sequels with Dragon Treasure II in 2004 and Dragon Treasure III in 2005. It was released only in Japanese arcades and received no port of any kind. The official soundtrack was released in 2006. Gameplay The...

Dragon Treasure III

Dragon Treasure III

Sega Naomi - Released - 2005

Dragon Treasure III is an arcade medal RPG game released by Sega for Sega NAOMI hardware in 2005. Dragon Treasure III is the continuation in the Dragon Treasure series. It is a combination role playing and medal game. The basic story and game play that dragon treasure fans have come to love remains intact. However there have been several improvements made to the game, the chances of medal winnings have increased dramatically. Now at the end of each match, along with item acquisition there will be a chance at winning the jackpot. There has been the addition of several extra features such as...

Dynamite Baseball '99

Dynamite Baseball '99

Sega Naomi - Released - 1999

A baseball game from SEGA for the Naomi arcade hardware.

Dynamite Baseball NAOMI

Dynamite Baseball NAOMI

Sega Naomi - Released - 1998

The third game in the Dynamite Baseball series of games that came out between 1996 and 1999. A baseball game from Sega. You pick your team and players and play, you guessed it, baseball. For an early Naomi game, the graphics are quite good. The players have a realistic look to them that was uncommon in its day.

F1 Grand Prix

F1 Grand Prix

Sega Naomi - September 1, 2005

F1 Grand Prix is the first of Sony's two Formula One games released on the PlayStation Portable. It was released in Europe on 1 September 2005 and was developed by Traveller's Tales. It features the drivers and circuits from the 2005 Formula One season.

F355 Challenge 2: International Course Edition

F355 Challenge 2: International Course Edition

Sega Naomi - Released - January 1, 2001

F355 Challenge 2: International Course Edition is the sequel to F355 Challenge. It was released for Sega NAOMI arcade hardware in 2001 and has not seen any home ports. As the name suggests, it uses digitised versions of real-life courses from around the world, all of which were featured in the home port of the first game.

Ferrari F355 Challenge

Ferrari F355 Challenge

Sega Naomi - Released - July 1, 1999

Get behind the wheel of one of the most world's most prestigious cars - the F355 Ferrari. F355 features a number of game modes: the Arcade mode which is the same as the checkpoint arcade version; Championship mode where you race a total of 6 races for the combined highest score; Single play which is the same as Arcade mode but with no time limit; Versus play with a two player split screen; and Network Race where you can connect to the Internet and race a time attack against other players ghost cars. The courses that are available to race on are Motegi, short and long versions of Suzuka,...

Ferrari F355 Challenge 2 Twin

Ferrari F355 Challenge 2 Twin

Sega Naomi

Giant Gram 2000

Giant Gram 2000

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Giant Gram 2000 features a cast of 45 characters. You can edit these existing characters in the game's edit mode, which now include more costumes, masks, pants, etc. Also, you can upgrade a character's move set, altering just what moves are the most powerful for him and how they will be used in combos. The character dynamics are not the only upgrade that makes this title worthy of the "2000" insignia. There are game modes aplenty in Giant Gram 2000. Among the named ones are: Special Match, Champion Carnival, Worldwide Strongest Tag League, and One Night Tournament. When you factor in the...

Giant Gram: All Japan Pro Wrestling 2

Giant Gram: All Japan Pro Wrestling 2

Sega Naomi - Released - 1999

From the Virtua school of wrestling comes this well executed special with tag options and plenty of wrestlers to choose from. The presentation is smooth with plenty of flashbulbs going off as the wrestlers ham it up as they head for the ring. Grappling is never dull with the array of specials on offer. The lineup for this game is as follows. 1. Giant Baba 2. Mitsuharu Misawa 3. Toshiaki Kawada 4. Akira Taue 5. Jun Akiyama 6. Kenta Kobashi 7. Hiroshi Hase 8. Vader 9. Johnny Ace 10. Stan Hansen 11. Gary Albright 13. Wolf Hawkfield (Virtua Fighter) 14. Jeffry McWild (Virtua...

Giga Wing 2

Giga Wing 2

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

Giga Wing 2 (ギガウイング2) is a 2000 vertical scrolling shooter arcade game developed by Takumi and published by Capcom on Sega's NAOMI arcade system board and later ported in 2001 to the Dreamcast console. The arcade version is notable both for its excessive scores (scores in the quintillions are not unheard of), and for using a horizontally aligned monitor (much like Treasure Co. Ltd's Radiant Silvergun), something that is considered rare for a vertical shooter.

Guilty Gear X

Guilty Gear X

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

When the humans created artificial beings named "gears" in 22th century, they didn't expect that their creation will eventually turn against them. Because gears had no will of their own and could only obey humans. Only one gear, named Justice, was able to transfer his will onto other gears and to rebel against the humans. In year 2180, Justice was killed as a result of a bloody tournament organized by the Sacred Order of Holy Knights. Yet recently, a new gear was discovered. He showed no signs of hostility, yet he had no master and was roaming about free. It was impossible to capture or to...

Guilty Gear XX

Guilty Gear XX

Sega Naomi - 2002

The third main installment (5th overall) of the Guilty Gear series, Guilty Gear X2 furthered the plot of the series, as well as introduced new characters and gameplay mechanics. Adds a new feature to the series: a burst gauge, which is fulfilled as the player causes or receives damage. By pressing buttons in combination, the player character jump and unleash a blast of energy—a Psyche Burst.It allows the player to break combinations and super moves in the middle of the opponent's offensive. Also, if the blast hit the adversary, the tension gauge is filled to its maximum capacity...

Guilty Gear XX #Reload

Guilty Gear XX #Reload

Sega Naomi - Released - 2003

Guilty Gear XX ♯Reload is the first update to Guilty Gear XX and the ninth installment of the Guilty Gear series. Among other changes, it features balancing adjustments such as giving Robo-Ky his own moveset, the inclusion of Shadow characters and, in its console version, Story Mode is fully voiced.

Guilty Gear XX Accent Core

Guilty Gear XX Accent Core

Sega Naomi - Released - 2006

ΛCore (read as Accent Core) is a fast paced 2D fighter that boast a large roster with each character playing very uniquely, most have their own systems in place for players to master. Compared to prior entries in the XX series, ΛCore boasts the most significant system changes, adding new mechanics such as Force Breaks and Slashbacks, new hitstun properties such as wall stick and slides, and more. It also marks the first time since the original XX that character and system voices have been re-recorded.

Guilty Gear XX Slash

Guilty Gear XX Slash

Sega Naomi - 2005

Slash is the second update to Guilty Gear XX, after #Reload. It again features a wide range of balance tweaks and other adjustments, along with two new characters: A.B.A (originally introduced in Isuka) and Order Sol, and a new canceling system called Force Roman Cancel.

Gun Survivor 2: Biohazard Code: Veronica

Gun Survivor 2: Biohazard Code: Veronica

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Resident Evil Survivor 2 – Code: Veronica is a light gun shooter video game developed and published by Capcom as part of the Resident Evil series. The arcade version was developed in conjunction with Namco for the arcade machines.

Heavy Metal: Geomatrix

Heavy Metal: Geomatrix

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Heavy Metal: Geomatrix is a fully 3D arena fighting video game released in 2001 by both Sega and Capcom for the Sega NAOMI and Dreamcast, based upon the Heavy Metal license.

The House of the Dead 2

The House of the Dead 2

Sega Naomi - Released - November 20, 1998

The House of the Dead 2 is a first-person light gun shooter arcade game with a horror theme and the second game in The House of the Dead series of video games, developed by Sega for arcades in 1998 and later ported to the Dreamcast and Microsoft Windows, and also found on the Xbox as an unlockable bonus in The House of the Dead III. The game appears in the compilation The House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return for Wii. The Dreamcast version became a Sega All Stars title.

Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai III

Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai III

Sega Naomi - Released - 1999

Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai III is a mahjong game developed by Jaleco for the Sega NAOMI arcade platform. It is part of Jaleco's long-running Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai series of games. The game also saw releases on the PC, PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS

Ikaruga

Ikaruga

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Ikaruga (Japanese: 斑鳩) is a shoot 'em up developed by Treasure. It is the spiritual sequel to Radiant Silvergun (1998) and was originally released in Japanese arcades in December 2001. The game's story follows a rebel pilot named Shinra as he battles an enemy nation using a specially designed fighter called the Ikaruga which can flip between two polarities, black and white. This polarity mechanism is the game's key feature and the foundation for its stage and enemy design. All enemies and bullets in the game are either black or white. Bullets which are the same color as the player are absorbed...

Illvelo

Illvelo

Sega Naomi - Released - 2008

Illmatic Envelope, commonly abbreviated Illvelo (イルベロ), is a 2008 shoot-'em-up for the Sega NAOMI arcade platform by Milestone.

Inu No Osanpo

Inu No Osanpo

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Inu no Osanpo (犬のおさんぽ), (lit. "Walk the Dog") is a dog-walking simulation game developed by Wow Entertainment and published by Sega for the Sega NAOMI arcade system in 2001. Players "walk" a virtual dog by walking on a treadmill and control the pet with a leash attached to a plastic dog in front of the player. The game was only released in Japan. Inu no Osanpo simulates the experience of walking a dog. Players first choose one of six breeds of dog to walk: Poodle, Pug, Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Shiba Inu, Labrador Retriever, or Siberian Husky. The difficulty of the game changes depending on the...

Jambo! Safari

Jambo! Safari

Sega Naomi - Released - November 17, 2009

Jambo! Safari is a video game first released by Sega in 1999. The original arcade version of the game used the Naomi board, arcade hardware which was based on Sega's Dreamcast video game console. Despite the fact that other Naomi-based arcade games were released for the Dreamcast, Jambo! Safari was never ported to the Sega console. The UK version of the Official Dreamcast Magazine reported that the game was to be released in a 3-in-1 compilation along with other games in Sega's "Real Life Career Series", Brave Firefighters and Emergency Call Ambulance, but such a game was never released and...

Jingi Storm: The Arcade

Jingi Storm: The Arcade

Sega Naomi - Released - September 20, 2006

Jingi Storm: The Arcade (Jingi Storm: The Arcade is a 3D fighting game developed and released by Atrativa for arcades (using the Dreamcast-based Sega NAOMI GD-ROM hardware) exclusively in Japan on September 20, 2006. Although it plays similarly to other 3D fighting games with a martial arts theme, it has a unique twist: each of the main playable characters have an accompanying woman who is displayed in a compromising position (as a hand-drawn picture by a different illustrator) when that player loses a match, similar to arcade eroge. Footage from location test versions of the game shows...

Kaizen Channel Mars TV

Kaizen Channel Mars TV

Sega Naomi - Released - December 1, 1999

This game involves groups of three players who compete in a series of TV quiz shows held on Mars. In order to become the most famous contestant, you must win the various mini-games on offer.

Karous

Karous

Sega Naomi - Released - November 15, 2006

Karous is a vertical-scrolling shooter video game developed by Milestone Inc. for the Sega NAOMI platform and released in Japanese arcades on November 15, 2006. The game was later ported to the Sega Dreamcast, becoming the system's last officially licensed title when it was released in Japan on March 8, 2007. An unofficial translation to English was released in 2019. Gameplay The weapon system is based on Radio Allergy, but it uses a unique D.F.S. bomb system. Bombs can be used when SP gauge is full. When a bomb is activated, a barrier surrounds the player, which can damage enemies...

Kick '4' Cash

Kick '4' Cash

Sega Naomi - Released - 2004

Kick 4 Cash is housed in the CashCube video SWP cabinet and tests players skills at free kicks. Players have the chance at each stage to choose the optimum cash win versus risk. A successful shot will add a cash goal bonus to their prize pot. Progressive free kicks will have bigger rewards allowing the player to reach £40 in ten goals. The machine is trackball controlled for power and direction, and the player must judge the gravity and curve of the ball. If the player spins too fast, the ball may fly over the bar, and if they kick too slow, the keeper may save. Features include a Bonus...

Kurukuru Chameleon

Kurukuru Chameleon

Sega Naomi - Released - 2006

This puzzle game offers players simple controls that are easy to get into along with competitive play as you attempt to match colors on your playfield. The game features several playable characters along with a bonus character. Each character has her own special power, which can be used to hinder the opponent. Wireless play and a variety of rule sets bring great replay-ability to this addictive game.

La Keyboard

La Keyboard

Sega Naomi - 2001

Love and Berry: 1st-2nd Collection

Love and Berry: 1st-2nd Collection

Sega Naomi - Released - 2006

Love and Berry: Dress Up and Dance! is a collectible card game produced by Sega, released in October 30, 2004 in Japan and 2006 outside Japan. Since this game released, more than 100 million cards were printed and more than 10,000 machines installed! The arcade machines run on the Sega "NAOMI" Hardware. Objective Your objective is to scan and collect cards to dress up Love and Berry. The 2008 Japanese version added the character, Miesha, available to dress up. Then your opponent will challenge you to a dance battle at a party. Press either one of the buttons to the beat of the song to...

Love And Berry: 3rd-5th Collection

Love And Berry: 3rd-5th Collection

Sega Naomi - Released - 2007

Lupin The Third: The Shooting

Lupin The Third: The Shooting

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Lupin III: The Shooting is a Light Gun Shooter released in 2001 by Sega and developed by Wow Entertainment, exclusively for Japanese arcades. The game primarily revolves around the player traversing through levels inspired by scenarios from Lupin the 3rd Part 2 and the feature-film, The Mystery of Mamo. Gameplay Players take the role of Lupin III as they shoot through fifteen of The Wolf's wackiest endeavours. Driving scenarios where the player has to shoot left or right in order to control their vehicle appear as special levels. The game also offers a co-op mode where a second player...

Lupin The Third: The Typing

Sega Naomi - Released - 2002

In 2002, Sega released a revision of the Lupin The Third: The Shooting that used a keyboard rather than a light gun, similar to how The House of the Dead 2 became The Typing of the Dead. The main difference being is that instead of shooting with a light gun, the players have to type random words to shoot the enemies/objects as quickly as possible. Apart from the difference in controls and some minor changes such as a different title screen and the timer was removed that was replaced with a health bar, it is mostly the same game. Unlike The Shooting, The Typing was exclusive to Japan and no...

Mamoru-kun wa Norowarete Shimatta!

Mamoru-kun wa Norowarete Shimatta!

Sega Naomi - Released - 2008

Mamoru-kun wa Norowarete Shimatta! (まもるクンは呪われてしまった!) is a shoot 'em up developed by G.rev and Gulti, and published by Sega for the Sega NAOMI arcade platform. The game was released for arcade in Japan on July 30, 2008. It was also ported to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, with the title Mamorukun Curse! for the western release on PlayStation Network. The game puts the player in control of Mamoru in an overhead shooter. Different from most shooters, the scrolling is not forced. The player is able to move about as they please, although most movements end up being up and down.

Manic Panic Ghosts!

Manic Panic Ghosts!

Sega Naomi - Released - July 1, 2007

Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes

Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes is a crossover fighting game developed and published by Capcom. It is the fourth installment in both the Marvel vs. Capcom series and Capcom's Vs. series respectively, which features characters from both Capcom's video game franchises and comic book series published by Marvel Comics. Originally released in Japanese arcades in 2000, the game received ports to the Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox, Xbox 360, and iOS devices over the span of twelve years.

Mazan: Flash of the Blade

Mazan: Flash of the Blade

Sega Naomi - Released - 2002

Flash Of The Blade by Namco puts the player into the role of an ancient samurai warrior. This is one of several arcade titles that pioneered the use of motion sensing / gesture technology years before such ideas were used on home game consoles like the Nintendo Wii or Microsoft Kinect. Here, the player uses the samurai’s weapon of choice to control the action – a katana sword. Using positional sensors, the game is able to actively track the current position of your sword along with the angle and swing. Your success, score and life, depends your ability to properly manipulate the sword to be...

The Maze of the Kings

The Maze of the Kings

Sega Naomi - Released - 2002

The Maze of the Kings is a first person light gun rail shooter that takes place in Egypt. It features two adventurers, Linda and James who are out searching for treasure among the pyramids. The game consists of three stages and features a random map system where the route changes every playthrough. Most of the time the heroes travel on foot but there are also stages where they move around by boat or on camel back. Like in other rail shooters the movement through the levels is automatic and all the player has to do is aim and shoot at the various monsters that appear. The objective of the...

Melty Blood Act Cadenza Version B2

Melty Blood Act Cadenza Version B2

Sega Naomi - Released - 2007

Melty Blood follows one year after Tsukihime and some days after of Kagetsu Tohya. In the beginning of August 2001, Shiki Tohno hears of a new series of murders in Misaki Town, similar to the ones that took place Tsukihime, in the last weeks of October 1999. Whilst searching for the murderer he meets Sion Eltnam Atlasia who initiates a fight with him, attempting to capture him. After the fight she reveals that her reason for trying to capture him is to get in contact with the "True Ancestor" (referring to Arcueid) so that she may acquire information on the "cure for vampirism". Shiki then...

Melty Blood Actress Again: Version A

Melty Blood Actress Again: Version A

Sega Naomi - Released - 2008

Melty Blood: Actress Again, is the third game in the Melty Blood fighting game series. It was released in the 4Q 2008 on Sega Naomi hardware. Compared to Act Cadenza, the game features three entirely new playable characters, as well as several new alternate versions of existing characters in the PS2 version. All characters now feature selection between three different fighting styles, known as Full Moon Style, Crescent Moon Style (most similar to Act Cadenza) and Half Moon Style, which changes not only the way in which life and Magic Circuit meters function, but also each characters' basic and...

Melty Blood: Act Cadenza Ver. A

Melty Blood: Act Cadenza Ver. A

Sega Naomi - Released - 2005

Melty Blood Act Cadenza was the first arcade port of the series and was published by Ecole Software. The visual novel was removed, while the Arcade Mode dialogue featured in Re-ACT returns. It completely revamped Aoko Aozaki's movelist for use as a playable character, and introduced Kouma Kishima into the series, a man who was deeply involved in Shiki Tohno's past. It also introduced the Shielding mechanic (separate from EX-Shielding), as well as including various changes to the properties of characters. This version (as well as the later released Ver. A) can be identified by the Atlasia...

Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon

Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon

Sega Naomi - Released - December 6, 2001

Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon is a 2001 arcade video game based on the anime television series Mobile Suit Gundam. The game follows the Universal Century (UC) Gundam time line and takes place during the infamous One Year War. The player is able to pilot various mobile suits and characters from the original Mobile Suit Gundam television series. The DX (Deluxe) version is an upgraded edition of the game with 360-degree, zero-G space battlefields.

Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon DX

Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon DX

Sega Naomi - Released - December 6, 2001

Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon DX is a 2001 arcade video game based on the anime television series Mobile Suit Gundam. The game follows the Universal Century (UC) Gundam time line and takes place during the infamous One Year War. The player is able to pilot various mobile suits and characters from the original Mobile Suit Gundam television series. The DX (Deluxe) version is an upgraded edition of the game with 360-degree, zero-G space battlefields.

Moeru Casinyo

Moeru Casinyo

Sega Naomi - Released - 2002

A one player casino game published and developed by Altron in 2002.

Monkey Ball

Monkey Ball

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Monkey Ball is a series of arcade platform video games initially developed by Amusement Vision and published by Sega. The series debuted in 2001 with the arcade game Monkey Ball, which was ported to GameCube as Super Monkey Ball later that year. Several sequels and ports have been released. Gameplay As opposed to normal games where the player takes control of the character itself, Super Monkey Ball has the player move their character around in a gachapon ball by tilting the world itself (the exception of this being Super Monkey Ball Adventure). By tilting the board at various angles,...

Musapey's Choco Marker

Sega Naomi - Released - 2002

Action puzzle game fresh from the arcades and a bit of a tricky one to add to the collection in our humble experience. Players play as the unlikely looking Musapey who might be a distant relative of Busby from the 16-Bit era of unfortunate mascots. Fortunately gameplay is divine as players float on blocks in the sky, manipulating them by moving across the 3D axis and setting off soime serious combos to clear the screen. Far easier to pick up than explain. A tasty title.

MushiKing II: The King Of Beetle II ENG

MushiKing II: The King Of Beetle II ENG

Sega Naomi - Released - 2005

Mushiking the King of Beetle 2K3 2nd

Sega Naomi - Released - 2003

A combination of vending and video game. Mushi King sells starter kits which including 18 beetle fighters and 18 skill cards. Kids can use these kids to play against friends or the computer. The machine can also vend more cards to boost the players deck. The Mushi King machine is the first machine of this type and operators will in the future be given low cost upgrade to change the cabinet into a different game. The rules of game are based around that of Paper Scissors Stone. New cards and rare cards will become available at regular intervals.

Mushiking the King of Beetle 2K5 1st

Mushiking the King of Beetle 2K5 1st

Sega Naomi - Released - 2005

A combination of vending and video game. Mushi King sells starter kits which including 18 beetle fighters and 18 skill cards. Kids can use these kids to play against friends or the computer. The machine can also vend more cards to boost the players deck. The Mushi King machine is the first machine of this type and operators will in the future be given low cost upgrade to change the cabinet into a different game. The rules of game are based around that of Paper Scissors Stone. New cards and rare cards will become available at regular intervals.

Ninja Assault

Ninja Assault

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

Ruling with an army of demonic soldiers, Shogun Kigai has conquered the innocent nation of Tenshin and kidnapped its beautiful Princess Koto. As violence and carnage tear apart the land, three great Ninjas rise to end the bloodshed and rescue the Princess. Armed with sacred weapons, the three Ninjas embark on a journey to destroy the evil Shogun and defeat his menacing army of demons...

Noukone Puzzle Takoron

Noukone Puzzle Takoron

Sega Naomi - Released - 2006

Noukone Puzzle Takoron is an arcade puzzle game released for Sega NAOMI arcade hardware. The game was released on the Wii as Octomania under another publisher. The player controls a 2x2 cursor over a field of colored octopuses. Pressing the Main button causes the octopuses under the cursor to rotate counter-clockwise. Numbered nets are scattered around the playing field. If the player arranges a number of same-colored octopuses under the net, the octopuses under the net, as well as any other octopuses of the same color which are connected orthogonally, are removed. By removing octopuses...

Oinori-daimyoujin Matsuri

Sega Naomi - Released - 2003

OutTrigger

OutTrigger

Sega Naomi - Released - 1999

Outtrigger is a first/third-person shooter video game developed by Sega AM2 for the Sega NAOMI arcade cabinet and the Dreamcast. The game was originally released in 1999 for the arcades and was later ported over to the Dreamcast in 2001. The player character of Outtrigger is a member of an anti-terrorist group, and can be chosen between default characters with different specialties or a custom character, and can utilize a number of power-ups. Reception to Outtrigger was generally positive, praising the gameplay and mechanics, though criticizing the removal of online play in the European...

Planet Harriers

Planet Harriers

Sega Naomi

Pokasuka Ghost!

Pokasuka Ghost!

Sega Naomi

Power Stone

Power Stone

Sega Naomi - Released - February 1, 1999

Set in the 19th century, strong believers of legends, myths and superstition search for fame, fortune and glory. One legend above all is sought after by many, a treasure which can make any dream come true. Believers from all over the world set out to search for this treasure, and are forced to fight against one another in pursuit of the legendary Power Stone. Gameplay involves selecting a character and then proceeding to battle the other characters, one at a time, in various locales. The three-dimensional fighting includes the ability to use special attacks as well as to pick up and fight...

Power Stone 2

Power Stone 2

Sega Naomi - Released - April 1, 2000

Power Stone 2 is a multiplayer fighting game that built on the innovative gameplay introduced by its predecessor, Power Stone. Power Stone 2 allows up to four players to choose from multiple characters and utilize items such as tables, chairs, and rocks in battle. Power Stone 2 adds heaps of new characters and environments to the already established crew, however there are now 4 players doing battle at a time in both single and multiplayer modes. This time, the top 2 from every round (in other words the two that survive each fight of 4 players) progress to the next round. And after a few...

Project Justice

Project Justice

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

One year has passed since the events of Rival Schools: United By Fate and that things have gone back to normal in Aoharu City. Batsu Ichimonji, Hinata Wakaba, and the rest of the fighters had resumed their normal school lives and that all of them had enjoyed the calm peace that came after their last adventure, but the peace itself doesn't last for long and that the fighters would soon find themselves getting involved in a new struggle. Project Justice's fighting system is lifted from the original Rival Schools, with some notable changes. The game continues to be a team fighter, but has...

Project Justice

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

Project Justice's fighting system is lifted from the original Rival Schools, with some notable changes. The game continues to be a team fighter, but has teams of three characters instead of two. This allows another Team-Up attack to be used in a fight, but also adds a new type of attack, the Party-Up, initiated by pressing any three attack buttons. The Party-Up is a three-person attack that varies based on what school the character initiating the attack is from. One year has passed since the events of Rival Schools: United By Fate and that things have gone back to normal in Aoharu City....

Psyvariar 2: The Will To Fabricate

Psyvariar 2: The Will To Fabricate

Sega Naomi - Released - 2003

Psyvariar 2 is another specimen of the recent breed of "newschool" arcade shoot'em'ups (other examples being Ikaruga and Border Down). As many other recently released shoot'em'ups, it combines basic arcade shooter gameplay with modern 3D graphics to liven up the genre. The level backgrounds as well as all enemies are modeled in full 3D, with the action taking place in a vertically scrolling two-dimensional plane which moves through the level. As most of the other new-style SHMUPs, Psyvariar 2 has a gimmick: getting close to enemies or shots without actually being hit is called "buzzing" and...

Puyo Puyo Da!

Puyo Puyo Da!

Sega Naomi - Released - December 26, 1999

Puyo Puyo Da! is a rhythm-action game set in the Puyo Puyo universe. The main characters of the series decide to take a break from all the spellcasting and puyo catching by competing against each other in a series of dance-offs. Each player receives a sequence of controller motions and tries to perform said sequence matching the graphic and audio cues that play out. Success increases your health bar, but if you fail you run the risk of getting beaten by your opponent. Graphics are completely 3D for the first time in a Puyo Puyo game, featuring fully polygonal models of each character as...

Puyo Puyo Fever

Puyo Puyo Fever

Sega Naomi - Released - 2003

Puyo Puyo Fever is a puzzle game of the falling-block variety, the goal of which is to clear your blocks (Puyos) by combining four or more of the same color, which will then vanish. This will produce Nuisance Puyos. These colorless Puyos will fall onto your opponents screen, thus blocking chains and combos they could create. These pesky Puyos can only be exterminated by removing neighboring Puyos. When an opponent sends Nuisance Puyos to your screen you can try to "offset" by clearing your own Puyos and limiting the number that would fall on your screen. This will also increase your Fever...

Quiz Ah Megamisama

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

So, you're Sega, and you have the license to one of the most attractive pieces of Japanese animation out there, Fujishima Kousuke's Ah! My Goddess. The tale of how Keichi met and came to live with Belldandy and her team of Goddesses is loved by many due to its lavishly designed characters, its sweeter than sugar heroine, its story which slowly builds into a heart-wrenching romance, and its beautiful animation. And what does Sega do with this license? They make a trivia game. That's right, a trivia game. A game where those immortals, thrust into average Japanese loser (PS2 owner) Keichi...

Quiz Keitai Q mode

Sega Naomi - 2002

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