Nintendo 3DS - July 21, 2011
Re-mastered exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS system. Fly Solvalou in a battle against Xevious forces. 3D Classics: Xevious revisits the popular vertical-scrolling arcade game, bringing back favorite elements of the original that can be enjoyed in 2D or 3D. In this enhanced version, view Solvalou from a mid-air perspective and gauge incoming fire from down below while the scenery and aerial enemies fly by. Pilot the advanced fighter-bomber through 16 hazardous areas and destroy as many targets as possible. Annihilate the Andor Genesis for extra points and earn a place among the high...
Nintendo Entertainment System - November 13, 1987
Artelius is a Role-Playing game, developed and published by Nihon Bussan, which was released in Japan in 1987. An advanced civilization once flourished in a fictional solar system. One day, a black hole appeared and sucked everyone who lived there into another dimension. This parallel universe came to be known as Artelius. Ruled by the diabolical king Sarbelor, he controls a machine that has split the universe into spaces filled with asteroid belts. A cyborg has been built by a scientist named Dr. Rado in order to defeat Sarbelor; only he has been entrusted with this mission to save...
Nintendo Entertainment System - July 10, 1987
During the prehistoric era of humanity, cavemen and dinosaurs compete for ultimate supremacy. A young boy has to collect important treasure without being killed by the rampaging dinosaurs. All he can do is attempt to temporarily paralyze them with a specialized dinosaur trap. All treasures must be collected before admittance to the next level is possible. One hit from either a dinosaur, caveman, or other type of enemy instantly kills the player. Levels range from the conventional cavemen setting of the earlier levels to feudal Japan and even some futuristic levels inspired by science...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 11, 1993
Once again the universe is at peril from invaders from beyond, but this time their target is Earth! Galivan and company don't have time to find items or level up weapons as in Galivan's previous outing; this is a no holds barred slugfest. Three characters are playable, each with varying stats but basically the same moveset. Each character has a standard straight ahead punch or kick, a sweeping kick, an uppercut, and a ranged attack that must be charged up. At the start of the game and the end of every level the player can add stat points to their character to increase their HP, defense, jump...
WonderSwan - Released - July 29, 1999
Come one, come all! Watch the death-defying feats of a human fly - Crazy Climber! Help him scale the world's tallest buildings while avoiding tumbling girders, a marauding bird, and the villainous Mad Doctor. Hurry up! The show's about to start!
Sega Saturn - Released - October 9, 1997
Cross Romance: Ai to Mahjong to Hanafuda to (クロスロマンス 恋と麻雀と花札と) is a table game published by Nihon Bussan for the Sega Saturn. It features mahjong and hanafuda, a Japanese card game.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - July 12, 1991
F1 Circus '91 is a Formula 1 simulation racing game. The series did not yet feature an official license, and so just like the first game it only features generic team and driver names. The game itself plays much the same, with the overhead race view and focus on car tuning and damage. The World Championship mode has of course returned, though the managerial Constructors mode is no longer present. There is also a Free Attack mode, where any course can be freely practiced; a Training mode, where special training courses can be raced on to learn the ins and outs of the game; and a Watch mode,...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 18, 1992
F1 Circus '92, sometimes known as F1 Circus '92: The Speed of Sound, is a racing game for the PC Engine and part of Nichibutsu's F1 Circus series. It is officially licensed by the distributors of Formula One in Japan, and also has the rights to use the real names of teams/drivers. The game again focuses on top-down races that move at great speed and require a lot of memorization and careful driving. The player can easily be forced to retire from the race early if they take too much damage from collisions with the walls or other drivers. There's a strong customization element as well, and...
Sega CD - Released - March 8, 1994
F1 Circus CD is a Formula 1 racing game featuring an official FIA license. The game features a first-person driver's view perspective, and is the only title in Nichibutsu's long-running franchise to feature neither the original top-down view nor the bird's eye view introduced in Super F1 Circus 2. The game includes four different race modes: - Exhibition gives the choice of five different types of F1 cars from the '60s through to the '90s, which can be driven on the Tokyo GP course. -Test Drive gives the choice of any team from the 1991-1993 seasons, and two dozen different courses to...
Sega Genesis - Released - December 20, 1991
F1 Circus MD (Ｆ１サーカスＭＤ) is a 1991 racing game by Nihon Bussan for the Sega Mega Drive in their F1 Circus series, which also contains a Mega CD game. The game is a typical Formula 1 racing game. In World Championship mode, you are limited to a predefined course set, but you may choose your team, lap count, vehicle specifics, etc. Races are presented in a top-down view. A accelerates, B breaks, Up shifts down, Down shifts up, and C opens a menu.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 2, 1997
Formula Circus is a Racing game, published by Nihon Bussan, which was released in Japan in 1997. F1 Circus (エフワン サーカス) is a series of Formula One-based racing video games developed and published by Nichibutsu starting on the PC Engine in 1990.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 28, 1989
Keiba Simulation: Honmei is a Sports game, developed and published by Nihon Bussan, which was released in Japan in 1989.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - February 1, 1990
Mahjong Shikaku Retsuden: Mahjong Wars ("Mahjong Assassin Chronicles: Mahjong Wars") is a PC Engine Mahjong game from Nichibutsu/Nihon Bussan, related to their Mahjong Triple Wars game. It features two modes: in one, the player takes on different opponents in one-on-one games, while in the other the player is walking around in an RPG world with party members and mahjong games as the "battles".
Sony Playstation - Released - December 29, 1995
Nichibutsu Arcade Classics is a compilation released only in Japan that features 3 classic Nichibutsu Arcade machines: Moon Cresta, Crazy Climber & Frisky Tom.
Sega Saturn - Released - August 8, 1997
Terra Cresta is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up series. The player controls a ship, initially with limited firepower. Numbered pods appear containing further parts of the ship that will increase firepower. These additional parts combine with the player's ship to increase its firepower, and the final module transforms it into a fiery phoenix which is invulnerable for a certain period of time. Once the ship has multiple sections, the player may also split it, allowing it to fire in multiple directions.
Arcade - Released - 1987
TERRA FORCE is a shoot'em up released by Nihon Bussan in 1987. The game was well known for its new tactical features using vertical/horizontal scrolling elements at the time. So eliminate the incoming enemies by using the super destructive hyper missiles.
Sega Saturn - Released - December 4, 1997
Virtual Kyoutei 2 (バーチャル競艇２) is a sequel to Virtual Kyoutei.