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Cosmic Epsilon

Cosmic Epsilon

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 24, 1989

An alien menace from the Epsilon Empire threatens to destroy life on Earth as you know it! Take flight and blast your enemies down in this rail shooter that is reminiscent of Space Harrier. Cosmic Epsilon puts the NES through its paces with a stereoscopic 3D mode and advanced background scaling.

Dokapon?! Millennium Quest

Dokapon?! Millennium Quest

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 14, 2000

One day, Dokapong's 18th king, Dokat Ypa Tshusha de Pong, was troubled by a certain incident and put out a job advertisement throughout the kingdom. A paradise awaits you with three meals and a nap! The ad brought an adventurer to the kingdom of Dokapon. Will you be able to complete the king's job and become a full-fledged adventurer? 151 monsters await you, from the dim-witted to the infuriating! 150 weapons and shields to choose from! You can synthesize them into stronger equipment at the blacksmith in town. There are also "phantom equipment" that can only be synthesized... The battle is...

Lethal Skies II

Lethal Skies II

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 9, 2003

A year-long global war between the World Alliance and the World Order Reorganization Front has ended with planet Earth in peril. As a result of resentment and distrust, the World Alliance has begun to split and the seeds for a new global war are being planted. Nowhere is safe, not even the skies. Pick-up and play arcade-style flight shooter, with varying degrees of difficulty for casual and hardcore flight combat fans. Seven new fighter jets for a total of 19 playable planes, including modern-day combat jets, classified "black ops" planes and futuristic fighters. Over 20 missions that put the...

LSD: Dream Emulator

LSD: Dream Emulator

Sony Playstation - Released - October 22, 1998

In LSD the player navigates through a psychedelic dream world. The idea is simply to walk around and explore things in a dream environment. There are many strange environments in this world, and one way to travel through them is by foot. However, if the player bumps into walls or other objects in the game, they will be transported to another environment instantaneously through a system called "linking". Bumping into people, animals, or special objects usually results in a stranger dream. Each dream can last up to 10 minutes, after which the player will 'wake up', when the screen fades away...

Nemuru Mayu

Nemuru Mayu

Sony Playstation - Released - March 23, 2000

Nemu lu Mayu - Sleeping Cocoon is a first person shooter / rpg game in the style of the King's Field series. The game takes place in a fantasy world dominated by an evil demon. At the beginning of the game the player can choose the genre of his character and also choose a name, after that he have to go to the first dungeon of the game. The gameplay as in the King's Field series uses a first person perspective and the player during his explorations of the dungeons will find items and weapons to help him in his quest. The player at the beginning can only fight using his fist with the...

Super Baken Ou '95

Super Baken Ou '95

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 24, 1995

Super Baken Ou '95 ("Super Betting King '95", where "baken" specifically refers to horse betting) is a horse racing simulation game. Unlike its contemporaries, the game does away with the premise of the player raising their own racehorses and is instead a details-heavy predictive engine. The player inputs the data of horses taking part in upcoming races, storing the data of over 100 horses simultaneously, and uses that data to predict which will win. The game was the sixth horseracing simulation to be released for the Super Famicom in 1995 only three months into the year, making horseracing...

Tokyo Majin Gakuen: Fuju Houroku

Tokyo Majin Gakuen: Fuju Houroku

WonderSwan - Released - October 12, 2000

Despite being a card battle, Tokyo Majin Gakuen: Fujin Gakuen: Fujin Spell Sealoku has a large 64M ROM, beautiful graphics and high quality sound. Based on the world of Tokyo Majin Gakuen: Kenpucho, which was released on the PlayStation, Fuju Houroku consists of a newly drawn scenario. The adventure part features an emotion input system that allows players to input their emotions in eight different ways, while the card generation system, which creates more than 120,000 different cards, is used in the card battles. The game also incorporates the concepts of yin and yang and the five elements...

Tokyo Wakusei Planetokio

Tokyo Wakusei Planetokio

Sony Playstation - Released - August 26, 1999

Tokyo Wakusei Planetokio is an surreal action adventure game that takes place on floating cities hefted by anti-gravity in which Osamu Sato provides the computer generated characters and scenery. The game takes place in a near future in the city of Tokyo when the city is attacked by alien invaders that got a personal shield that allow them to receive no harm. The story begins when Iken (a meal delivery boy that works in a ramen restaurant) is talking to Dr. Hokin in his basement laboratory (that can be accessed using the refrigerator that is in the restaurant). The Dr show him his new...

Virtual Pro Wrestling 2: Odo Keisho

Virtual Pro Wrestling 2: Odo Keisho

Nintendo 64 - Released - January 28, 2000

The sequel to Virtual Pro Wrestling 64, and released only in Japan. The title translates to Royal Road Succession; the name of the career mode in the game. The fifth wrestling game developed by AKI Corporation. Contained many improvements from previous titles that would be featured in AKI's final Nintendo 64 wrestling game WWF No Mercy. Some features, such as creating masks in edit mode and the MMA style grappling system, would not be carried over to WWF No Mercy. Virtual Pro Wrestling 2 carries the All Japan Pro Wrestling license, and features 21 wrestlers from their promotion. The rest of...

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