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Abadox: The Deadly Inner War

Abadox: The Deadly Inner War

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 15, 1989

Your home planet of Abadox has been swallowed whole by the deadliest menace in space! Its name: Parasitis. Its prey: All surrounding life forms. Its goal: To feed on the entire Universe! You are Second Lieutenant Nazal, the only surviving warrior of The World Alive Force. Parasitis has crushed The Force's attack ships and consumed a hospital ship — with the beautiful Princess Maria still on board! Your Mission: Blast your way inside Parasitis' gruesome body and battle your way to its Core. Hurry! Princess Maria may still be alive! Hurtle down Parasitis' throat, blast through its cellular...

Adventures to Go!

Adventures to Go!

Sony PSP - October 27, 2009

In this hilarious and innovative strategy role-playing game, players take control of Finn Courtland and his band of misfits in their quest for fame and riches. Along the way, they just might have to save the world from the evil Arbitus and his band of demons. It'll take brains as well as brawn to win the day, though; the grid-based combat challenges players to think strategically and make the best use of each character's unique skills and abilities. The strategy doesn't end there, though! Players can spend their hard-earned cash to set up the game's randomized dungeons to their liking; choose...

Afrika

Afrika

Sony Playstation 3 - October 6, 2009

Afrika, is a photography and safari simulation video game for the PlayStation 3. Developed by Rhino Studios and published by Natsume. The game was first announced in a promotional video during the Sony press conference at E3 2006. Afrika has been referred to as being similar to the Nintendo 64 title Pokémon Snap.

Amazing Penguin

Amazing Penguin

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 8, 1990

The hunt is on in this exciting action-maze game! Join Pendrich, the Prince of the Penguins as he battles the enchanted armies of Borbon the Great. Attack with mighty kicks that blast the enemies across the screen. Clear the panels of each land to progress to the next level. It takes timing and strategy to win back the land from Borbon's invaders!

Animal Kingdom: Wildlife Expedition

Animal Kingdom: Wildlife Expedition

Nintendo Wii - September 22, 2009

Nestled in the middle of remote Animal Island is a secret preserve where the most rare, exotic and reclusive wild animals roam. Only the best wildlife photographers gain access to this area, so you need to impress your editor with good work and earn the trust of the furry and feathered inhabitants!

A-Ressha de Ikou 3D NEO

A-Ressha de Ikou 3D NEO

Nintendo 3DS - 2016

An updated and expanded version of "A-Ressha de Ikou 3D NEO". This title was only released in Japan, but the previous version was also released as an eshop game in North America and Europe under the name A-Train 3D City Simulator".

A-Train 3D: City Simulator

A-Train 3D: City Simulator

Nintendo 3DS - 2014

This game was an eshop-only release in Europe and North-America and only had a physical release in Japan under the name "A-Ressha de Ikou 3D".

Blockids

Blockids

Sony Playstation - Released - August 4, 2003

Blockids for PlayStation is a 3D take on the arcade classic Breakout. Players choose one of eight animated characters and prepare to compete against an assortment of colorful opponents whose fortresses must be breached. The object is to break a series of bricks by smashing a ricocheting ball into them using a horizontal paddle. The default view is presented from an angled top-down perspective, but players can switch to a perspective right behind the paddle for a more 3D feel. New twists on the classic gameplay include the ability to bounce the ball over barriers as well as earn a special...

Brave Tank Hero

Brave Tank Hero

Nintendo 3DS - Released - August 11, 2015

Brave Tank Hero is a tank action video game for the 3DS and the Wii U developed by Arc System Works and published by Natsume. The game was first released for the 3DS on August 11, 2015; an Wii U release followed a few weeks later.[1] The story of Brave Tank Hero revolves around a place called Paradise City that has been invaded by the Shadow Tank forces and it's up to the player, a low-ranking soldier, to take it back from them. Missions start up slowly as they introduce the player to the gameplay and gimmicks; there are a total of 50, and they make up the bulk of the gameplay. Players can...

Brave Tank Hero

Brave Tank Hero

Nintendo Wii U - Released - August 27, 2015

Paradise City has been invaded, and it's up to you, brave soldier, to help take the city back! Complete over 50 action-packed Missions in this 3D action tank game! You'll be able to power up your tank to take on the increasingly difficult enemies! Don't forget to use your radar to plan tactical attacks against the enemy! You can also replay Missions to get better rankings to help power up your tank! Choose from 3 different types of tanks to take on the enemy, including huge and fearsome boss tanks! Defeat the invading forces to return the "Paradise" back to Paradise City! Choose from 3...

Burstrick: Wake Boarding!!

Burstrick: Wake Boarding!!

Sony Playstation - Released - February 28, 2001

BursTrick: Wake Boarding!! is an extreme-sports game using gameplay similar to Wave Race 64, the main difference being that, as you are pulled by a boat when wake boarding, it is almost like an auto-scroller and you do not have nearly as much freedom of movement. There are two gameplay modes, Obstacle and Trick. In Obstacle mode, you race around a track and must complete the track in time and collect enough points by wake boarding through rings and over jumps. In Trick mode, you compete to score as many points as possible by performing tricks. There are over 45 tricks in total. Other...

Bust-A-Move 4

Bust-A-Move 4

Sony Playstation - Released - January 31, 2000

Puzzle Bobble 4 (also known as Bust-a-Move 4 in North America and Europe) is the third sequel to the video game Puzzle Bobble and is the final appearance of the series on the Arcade, PlayStation and Dreamcast. The game is also the final title to be recognizably similar in presentation to the original. Building upon the success of Puzzle Bobble 3, the game adds a pulley system that requires two sets of bubbles, attached to either side of a rope hanging across two pulleys. The game contains a story mode for single player play.

Bust-A-Move 4

Bust-A-Move 4

Sega Dreamcast - Released - March 16, 2000

Puzzle Bobble 4 (also known as Bust-a-Move 4 in North America and Europe) is the third sequel to the video game Puzzle Bobble and is the final appearance of the series on the Arcade, PlayStation and Dreamcast. The game is also the final title to be recognizably similar in presentation to the original. Building upon the success of Puzzle Bobble 3, the game adds a pulley system that requires two sets of bubbles, attached to either side of a rope hanging across two pulleys. The game contains a story mode for single player play.

Car Battler Joe

Car Battler Joe

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 21, 2002

Rampaging rogues roam the highways and byways that surround your village. If your believed the rumors, you would blame your missing father for the surge in vehicular violence. That's why you've decided to lead the life of a car battler, transporting cargo between towns and running down every lethal lead foot foolish enough to cross your path. This gritty work isn't easy. Other car battlers fight for money or fame, but you have a higher calling: You're determined to restore your family's lost honor and bring your father home.

Casper

Casper

Nintendo Game Boy - November 30, 1996

Fun and phantoms for Game Boy! The movie, Casper, is now ready to haunt your Game Boy. Can you make it from attic the basement of Whipstaff Manor without getting spooked by Casper’s demented Uncles or lost forever in all of the rooms? Fond the Lazarus Machine. Fuel it. And you have the power to turn ghosts back into mere mortals. It’s timely help for Kat’s dad, the goodly ghost psychiatrist, who’s been turned into a shapeless mass of floating ectoplasm by those odious uncles.

Casper

Casper

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1996

STRAIGHT FROM HOLLYWOOD TO HAUNT YOUR SUPER NES! It's a "gh-gh-gh ghost" right on your Super NES bringing you all the thrills, chills and eyeball-rolling adventures of the hit movie, Casper. Incredible 3-D graphics will keep you screaming from the attic to the basement of Whipstaff Manor. Watch out for Stinkie, Stretch and Fatso. Casper's demented uncles want you to get lost-- literally-- in over 100 rooms. They've turned Kat's dad, the ghost psychiatrist, into a shapeless mass of ectoplasm. Only the Lazarus machine can save him. Find it. Fuel it. Save the day. Casper. It's spook-tacular!

Chaos World

Chaos World

Nintendo Entertainment System - October 25, 1991

The king's daughter is seriously ill, and the kingdom is plagued by monsters. The king needs you, the offspring of the brave warrior Mars, to go on a journey and to investigate the matter. During this investigation, you uncover a much more sinister plot and must face the dark forces of the world. "Chaos World" allows you to customize your character by choosing one of the several classes, gender, and statistics (you can allocate available skill points at your wish in the beginning of the game). Up to fourteen characters can join your party, and you can recruit people in adventurer guilds....

Chulip

Chulip

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 14, 2007

Chulip is primarily a puzzle-solving adventure with a few role-playing elements. The player can freely explore he town, trying to figure out what to do next and how to do it. Kissing people is not as easy as it may seem; actions required to allow a person to be kissed range from waiting for the right moment to more difficult and branching puzzles like helping someone find a job. The more people the hero ends up kissing, the higher his heart meter goes, which allows the player to progress through the story and attempt more challenging tasks.

Chuugoku Janshi Story: Tonfuu

Chuugoku Janshi Story: Tonfuu

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 23, 1989

Chuugoku Janshi Story: Tonpuu is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Zap and published by Natsume, which was released in Japan in 1989.

CIMA: The Enemy

CIMA: The Enemy

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 17, 2003

For decades, the human race and the CIMA race have been in constant conflict with one another. As Ark J, your mission is to guard the gate between the two worlds, protect your appointed town, and ultimately, find peace. You'll progress through a nonlinear storyline while solving puzzles, exploring worlds, and battling enemies. The game includes a combat system that features both action and strategy elements. Another feature lets you activate non-playable characters to help you accomplish your goals.

Dead Moon

Dead Moon

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - February 22, 1991

Alpha 27, the one planet in the galaxy that is fit for human habitation. For many years, the space observation system here was used for a wide range of research. One day, horrifying news arrived- a giant comet was hurtling toward the solar system, on its present course, it was going to colide with the moon. and then….Nothing! For some strange reason the humans and the moon seemed completely unaffected. The humans were unaware that a new nightmare had already begun. The giant comet had changed shape- it was not a comet at all, it was an alien mothership!

Finny The Fish & The Seven Waters

Sony Playstation 2 - May 17, 2005

Finny is a plucky fish who is charged with the task of restoring calm to the troubled waters that he calls home. These waters are not the seas that Ecco swam in, but are rather some smaller ponds that are connected to short streams and small waterfalls and such. With the ability to jump out of the water to clear some obstacles of climb upstream, Finny has some basic abilities to clear obstacles and explore different areas. He's also hungry and his stomach will help him out as well as get him into trouble.

Flying Dragon

Flying Dragon

Nintendo 64 - December 18, 1997

Flying Dragon is a side-view battle game reminiscent of 16-bit titles. It features eight characters to choose from with two main modes of play, "SD" (super deformed) and "Virtual" (ala 'Virtua Fighter' style). SD mode is sort of RPG'ish with treasures you gain from winning battles and becoming a stronger fighter. it has the usual circuit, tournament and practice modes plus a 'treasure box' where you check your existing items, buy new items or trade items you already have for something else. Virtual mode is the more familiar format of a battle game with game modes such as circuit,...

Freedom Wings

Freedom Wings

Nintendo DS - 2006

Freedom Wings, known in Japan as Ore no Sentouki (オレのせんとうき?), is a flight simulator developed by Taito and published by Natsume in the US and Zoo Digital Publishing in Europe. The game combined elements of flight simulators and RPGs as players earned experience points for combat, earn money and maintain other statuses.

Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove 3D

Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove 3D

Nintendo 3DS - Released - October 4, 2011

Gabrielle's having a bad day. She sneezed her soul right out of her body! She'll have to travel to Monsterville, the home of all things that go bump in the night, to get help. Only by busting out the ghostliest dance moves and thrilling and chilling people will she be able to scare up the power she needs to get herself back into her body! It's a spooktacular rhythm adventure!

Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove: Monster Mix

Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove: Monster Mix

Nintendo Wii - May 16, 2011

Terror up the dance floor! Get ready to groove to the beat! Join Gabrielle and her monster friends as they dance along to a spooktacular selection of songs. Grab your Wii Remote controller and dance along as you shimmy, shake, and spin in time to the music! There's trouble in Monster Town! Vlad the vampire's loyal zombies have disappeared. Gabrielle and all her monster friends will have to bust some serious moves on the dance floor in order to lure them back. Along the way, maybe they can uncover the identity of the mysterious creature that's terrorizing Monster Town's zombies!...

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...

Harvest Moon

Harvest Moon

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1997

City kids of all ages will want to take in the natural beauty and breathe the fresh country air in this fascinating farming simulation game. Harvest Moon gives you the chance to experience first-hand the down-to-earth goodness of life on a farm. Instead of zapping zombies from Mars, your goal is to get by on old-fashioned hard work and dedication. Success in this game is measured by the fruits of your labor, so strap on your suspenders, roll up your shirt sleeves and dig in!

Harvest Moon 2 GBC

Harvest Moon 2 GBC

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 7, 2000

Rebuild the farm of your grandfather and start raising cows, chickens and sheep. Keep them happy and they’ll make you rich! Discover the fantastic Harvest Moon world with cool friends ready to help you succeed in your mission. - The awaited Harvest Moon sequel for GBC with even more fun! - Choice of playing a boy or girl farmer - Hours and hours of gameplay - Hidden arcade games include Mole Bash and Cherry Cup Horse Race - Special Game Link cable options allow trading between Harvest Moon 2 and Legend of the River King 2

Harvest Moon 3 GBC

Harvest Moon 3 GBC

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 14, 2001

After much acclaim for your past farming accomplishments, you are asked by a young girl to help her get her farm up and running. The farm, situated on an island, needs plenty of work, so you need all your skills to get things working correctly. Your many tasks range from tending to the farm animals, keeping an eye on the budget while purchasing goods at the local stores, and so forth. And although the main aim is to build and maintain the farm, there are plenty of opportunities to take care of yourself (go to the movies, buy pets, find a girlfriend/boyfriend).

Harvest Moon 3D: A New Beginning

Harvest Moon 3D: A New Beginning

Nintendo 3DS - November 6, 2012

Once a thriving town, Echo Village is almost empty after the inhabitants lost everything in a poor economy. Your parents recently offered you a chance to renovate the abandoned family farm, but reviving a successful ranch requires rebuilding the town. Can you find the materials and blueprints that allow you to create the best community in the land?

Harvest Moon 3D: The Lost Valley

Harvest Moon 3D: The Lost Valley

Nintendo 3DS - November 4, 2014

In Harvest Moon 3D: The Lost Valley, players will experience the role-playing farm simulation in a three-dimensional setting for the first time. The game has a fully customizable world, and players can customize their field in any way they see fit: from a field full of tulips to a valley filled with water, the choice is up to you. You've never played a Harvest Moon game quite like this!

Harvest Moon 3D: The Tale of Two Towns

Harvest Moon 3D: The Tale of Two Towns

Nintendo 3DS - October 11, 2011

Long ago the towns of Bluebell and Konohana were friendly neighbors, joined together by a tunnel underneath the mountain that separates the towns. Eventually the towns started to disagree with each other on whose town had the best cooking cuisine. As the villagers became more obnoxious with each other, the Harvest Goddess became more annoyed with them. One day she finally put her foot down and collapsed the tunnel between the towns, cutting them off from each other. Now the only interaction the towns have with each other is at their cooking festival, where their cooking conflict continues four...

Harvest Moon 64

Harvest Moon 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - February 5, 1999

The objective of Harvest Moon 64 is to restore and maintain an abandoned farm. The player is initially given a set of tools to use in order to achieve this goal. Along with restoring the farm, there are a number of other side quests that the player may choose to partake in, including training and racing a horse, selling crops, participating in a variety of town festivals as well as random events, falling in love and getting married, collecting recipes, and collecting photographs from various achievements and events.

Harvest Moon DS: Grand Bazaar

Harvest Moon DS: Grand Bazaar

Nintendo DS - Released - August 24, 2010

Harvest Moon DS: Grand Bazaar (牧場物語 ようこそ!風のバザールへ Bokujō Monogatari: Yōkoso! Kaze no Bazaar e?, lit. "Ranch Story: Welcome! to Wind's Bazaar") is a video game released on December 18, 2008 by Marvelous Interactive in Japan, and released on August 24, 2010 by Natsume in North America. It was also released in Europe on September 30, 2011 by Rising Star Games.[2] The game is the nineteenth game in the Story of Seasons series and the fifth game in the series for the Nintendo DS.

Harvest Moon DS: Island of Happiness

Harvest Moon DS: Island of Happiness

Nintendo DS - Released - August 26, 2008

Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness is the fourth installment of the Harvest Moon series on the DS. This version has the player take control of either two main characters, Mark or Chelsea, who are shipwrecked on an island that was once inhabited, but has since been deserted. Along with fellow survivors of the shipwreck, the player must bring life back to the island by building a farm and encouraging people from outside to move to the island. The gameplay consists of using either the stylus pen or the d-pad and face buttons to equip tools and items. Players can raise livestock such as cows,...

Harvest Moon DS: Sunshine Islands

Harvest Moon DS: Sunshine Islands

Nintendo DS - Released - November 10, 2009

Harvest Moon DS: Sunshine Islands (牧場物語 キラキラ太陽となかまたち Bokujō Monogatari: Kira Kira Taiyō to Nakama Tachi?, lit. "Farm Story: Shining Sun and Friends"), is a video game that was released on February 21, 2008 in Japan and November 12, 2009 in North America.[1] The seventeenth installment of the Story of Seasons series, and the fourth available for the Nintendo DS, the game closely resembles Harvest Moon DS: Island of Happiness; a section of the island from Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness is one of multiple islands in this game.[2] The player can choose to be a boy (Mark) or a girl (Chelsea).

Harvest Moon DS: Tale of Two Towns

Harvest Moon DS: Tale of Two Towns

Nintendo DS - Released - September 20, 2011

Harvest Moon: Tale of Two Towns is a Life Simulation Role-playing Game (RPG) for Nintendo DS. The game features classic Life Sim gameplay involving farming, the raising and care of animals and eventual marriage. Additional features include an all-new storyline involving the player in an ongoing rivalry between two towns, the ability to play as either a boy or a girl, an in-game quest bulletin board system, wireless functionality allowing you to visit friends in-game fields, new in-game activities and more.

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life

Nintendo GameCube - March 16, 2004

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life will span a lifetime on the farm and follow the drama that goes with it. Not only must you build and successfully run a farm, but you must also build a successful life with family and friends! This new Harvest Moon experience will take the best qualities of the series and add more...more animals, more vegetables and more drama! What sort of life will you live?

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Special Edition

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Special Edition

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 16, 2004

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life will span a lifetime on the farm and follow the drama that goes with it. Not only must you build and successfully run a farm, but you must also build a successful life with family and friends! This new Harvest Moon experience will take the best qualities of the series and add more...more animals, more vegetables and more drama! What sort of life will you live?

Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life

Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life

Nintendo GameCube - July 26, 2005

The girl version of Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life, Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life. In this game, the player goes through the story-line of A Wonderful Life as a female character, and can court and marry one of three male NPCs, Marlin, Rock, and Gustafa. Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life will span a lifetime on the farm and follow the drama that goes with it. Not only must you build and successfully run a farm, but you must also build a successful life with family and friends! This new Harvest Moon experience will take the best qualities of the series and add more...more animals,...

Harvest Moon: Back to Nature

Harvest Moon: Back to Nature

Sony Playstation - Released - November 22, 2000

Natsume's farm simulation series makes its debut on the PlayStation with Harvest Moon: Back to Nature. Starting out with a few rudimentary implements and very little money, you begin the arduous task of reviving your grandfather's farm and thereby claiming your place as its rightful heir. Players are given three years to achieve this goal. A year consists of four seasons, each of which lasts 30 days. Different crops can be planted each season, but before the seeds can be planted, the land must be cleared and then the soil tilled. Seeds must also be watered until the fruit or vegetable...

Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl

Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl

Sony PSP - July 31, 2007

This first release of Harvest Moon on the Sony PSP is a port of "Harvest Moon: Back To Nature" and "Harvest Moon For Girl", play either with a 4:3 or the new PSP 16:9 resolution. You can either play as a boy (Destiny), or a girl (Fate) to bring life to Mineral Town in this comfy farming stimulator.

Harvest Moon: Frantic Farming

Harvest Moon: Frantic Farming

Nintendo DS - Released - August 7, 2009

A REAL PRODUCE PUZZLER! Something strange is happening on Sunny Island! Crops are popping up everywhere and growing out of control! If something isn't done soon, the once-tranquil island will be buried in an avalanche of vegetables! It's up to you to solve the mystery of this produce predicament as you try to tame the crops and gather as many vegetables as you can! Features • Unlock up to 12 characters, each with their own unique story and abilities!• Tons of ways to play! Enjoy score attack, survival, crop quota, and many other modes!• Challenge your friends and family over local...

Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town

Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 17, 2003

It's up to you to successfully build and maintain a farm while befriending the people of the town. In Harvest: Moon: Friends of Mineral Town, you can do anything from planting vegetables and raising different animals to marrying the woman of your dreams and starting a family. The game lets you choose which events, minigames, and adventures to complete. Through the Game Boy Advance link cable, you can connect this game with Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life to unlock new events and surprises.

Harvest Moon: Hero of Leaf Valley

Harvest Moon: Hero of Leaf Valley

Sony PSP - April 6, 2010

Protect Leaf Valley from the heartless Funland corporation! Stop them from bulldozing Leaf Valley to replace it with an amusement park in this enhanced version of "Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland". With better graphics, more features, marriage system and multiple endings, the valley future is in your hand in another heroic farming stimulator.

Harvest Moon: Magical Melody

Harvest Moon: Magical Melody

Nintendo GameCube - March 28, 2006

Harvest Moon: Magical Melody returns to the concept of the original Harvest Moon game, excluding much of the newer features brought into later titles. Returning to the game are full 30 day seasons, festivals, and the top-down look of the originals. Also a first for the Harvest Moon series, play as either a male or a female (note: there is only a male character in the European/PAL version!) and choose from numerous spouses to marry. Other new features include buying land, placing furniture in the player's house, and numerous other things. Multiplayer mini games are also available to unlock,...

Harvest Moon: Magical Melody

Harvest Moon: Magical Melody

Nintendo Wii - August 25, 2009

A farming simulation and adventure game. Choose to play as a girl or a boy and start life in a farming village with the goal of becoming an expert farm manager. Taking over your own farm, you raise plants and animals, catch lots of fish, build up your farm, and see your character grow into adulthood. The game features cows, horses and sheep, among other animals, but this time around, if you don't have a gate around their grazing area, they may get out from your farm area and, when night comes, get attacked by wild dogs. You also have added freedom with your planting, as you can now raise...

Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town

Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 1, 2005

Live the simple life as a farmer in Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town. This game is similar to the original Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town, but now you can play as a girl who has left the city to pursue a life on the farm. You'll take part in growing crops, managing livestock, finding a husband, and raising children.

Harvest Moon: My Little Shop

Harvest Moon: My Little Shop

Nintendo Wii - April 28, 2009

Welcome to Clover Town! You've just taken over your grandparents' farm and shop. The town has fallen on hard times, though. People are leaving, businesses are struggling, and the magic of the Harvest Sprites is gone. Can you turn Clover Town's fortunes around and restore its missing magic? Raise crops and animals, then use what you farm at your shop! Keep your customers happy by making wild fruit juices, towering ice cream cones, and extravagantly decorated eggs in a series of fun and fast-paced activities that use the Wii Remote controller to its fullest potential. Chop vegetables in midair,...

Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland

Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 20, 2001

The first Harvest Moon game for the PS2 takes a little deviance from all the other games in the series. The goal this time around is to save your town from being turned into a resort next year. The game focuses more on relationships than making money - which is the goal in all other Harvest Moon games to date. You still are running a farm and must succeed in the life of a farmer, but the actual gameplay rewards those who interact with the townspeople over those who just work the fields.

Harvest Moon: Skytree Village

Harvest Moon: Skytree Village

Nintendo 3DS - November 8, 2016

Harvest Moon: Skytree Village is the third independent Harvest Moon developed by Natsume since the company began developing the series separately from the original Bokujou Monogatari(????) series developed in Japan (see here for explanation), with the first installment being The Lost Valley for 3DS and the second being Seeds of Memories for mobile/Wii U. It has many returning features from the previous Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley, such as the ability to sculpt and shape the terrain on farmland, but unlike The Lost Valley, there is a fully fledged town that is usually available in most...

Hole in One Golf

Hole in One Golf

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - August 30, 1999

It's a quiet day on the links. You tee up your ball, and drive it 200 yards down the center of the fairway, leaving a 150-yard approach shot. After taking the approach shot, the ball stops rolling 3-feet from the pin. On the green, you sink the relatively easy putt, and you start your round with a birdie. While most golfers never have days like this, they can with HOLE IN ONE GOLF. Get out on three different courses and try to get the lowest score possible. However, the courses are located in rural areas, so you never know when birds, squirrels, or bears will come onto the course and mess with...

Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon

Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon

Sony Playstation 2 - March 29, 2007

The game takes place on the relic-filled Heartflame Island which can be explored by walking or riding on a buggy. Players have the ability to explore the island's ruins and even visit a volcano. All these areas have their own terrain and resembles a tropical paradise. In order to explore all over the island the player must collect jewels and break the seal. Aside from growing plants and raising livestock, the player has weekly requests from Volcano Town for help with a job.

Legend of the River King GB

Legend of the River King GB

Nintendo Game Boy - August 1, 1998

You'll need all your angling and survival skills to succeed in this unique fishing RPG. On a perilous quest to capture a mysterious and mystical fish, you'll deploy a variety of tackle in both quiet lakes and raging rapids. Along the shores, dangerous animals are a constant threat. To get supplies, you'll sell some of your catch at village markets. You can also try your hand at raising a pet fish from embryo to adult and watch as it grows and even changes species!

Legend of the River King GBC

Legend of the River King GBC

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 23, 1999

Your sister is ill and you must find the Guardian Fish to save her in LEGEND OF THE RIVER KING. Travel throughout the world and blaze trails to find the best fishing holes. Be careful though, because you might have to fight wild animals with your bare hands. You can catch fish with either bait or lures, each with relative strengths and weaknesses. After catching a small one, keep it stress-free in an aquarium and watch it grow. Hopefully, you will be able to find the Guardian Fish and save your sister in LEGEND OF THE RIVER KING.

Lode Runner: The Legend Returns

Lode Runner: The Legend Returns

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1998

A resurrection of the original classic platform game with a number of updates such as one and two player options, detailed graphics, character moves, a level editor, and music with sound effects. Beside you run from some red-toga wearing "Mad Monks" that eat you (like in the "Beast Master" movie) if they catch you, you have a few things on hand to use: small bombs, big bombs (nothing will reappear when they destroy something), a drill (for stone floors), booby-traps, and a few other things up your sleeve.

Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals

Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 31, 1996

This exciting sequel to the Lufian legend pits monster hunter Maxim and six adventuring companions against the sinister Sinistrals. The story develops into a complex maze, challenging you with big battles, puzzles and loads of surprises. You can even grow your own monsters! You will enjoy countless hours on a fantastic journey in the world of Lufia!

Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals

Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals

Nintendo DS - October 12, 2010

The Sinistrals, the four legendary harbingers of doom, are out to resurrect the ultimate evil and bring the world to its knees. It's up to the fiery monster hunter Maxim and his eclectic band of adventurers to put a stop to them once and for all. Their adventures will take them across an expansive world packed with dangerous enemies, powerful items, and diabolical puzzles!

Lufia: The Legend Returns

Lufia: The Legend Returns

Nintendo Game Boy Color - September 20, 2001

The island of the Sinistrals, Doom Island, sank deep into the sea after the second Doom Island War. It was believed to be in an eternal sleep, but has once again begun silently beating, preparing to make its appearance in the sky for the third time. The evil Sinistrals have again been resurrected and released an unforseen terror on the land. A force has awaken witin you... a spiritual flow that draws you to a conflict that will save the world! The power of Maxim's legendary bloodline lives in you... The thread of destiny guides you through an adventurous journey looking for an unknown...

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 27, 2003

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge features various tournaments that follow the official rules, schedules, and rating system of true American Bass Fishing tournaments. You'll work your way to the top and compete against fishing master Mark Davis. The game offers an enhanced bass AI, so not only are the Black Bass faithfully reproduced on the screen , they also act just like real Black Bass. If you catch enough fish and win enough tournaments, you'll improve your ranking and unlock all the latest tackle equipment.

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge

Nintendo GameCube - September 20, 2005

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge is a Fishing game, developed by Sims and published by Natsume, which was released in 2005.

Mark Davis' The Fishing Master

Mark Davis' The Fishing Master

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1996

Reel in the most realistic Bass Fishing game ever! In 1995, Mark Davis became the only angler ever to win both the BASS Angler of the Year and the BASS Masters Classic titles in the same year. Join Mark now, as he leads you through the tournament of a lifetime. Unlike other fishing games, the fish in this game are crafty and reclusive. You won't see them until they bite! With an impressive selection of rods, reels, lures and the finest in marine transportation, you may choose the appropriate gear for all of the 5 stages and the final Grand Championship Tournament. It will take patience and...

Medabots AX: Metabee Version

Medabots AX: Metabee Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 27, 2002

Medabots AX is a 2D fighting game based on Medarot G, released only in North America. There were two versions released, Metabee and Rokusho.

Medabots AX: Rokusho Version

Medabots AX: Rokusho Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 9, 2002

-Build your Medabots for battle with hundreds of different combat parts -Collect and trade Medabot parts, with many exclusive to the different versions of the game -Fight other GBA players in 2-player Medabot battles Part platformer, part fighting game, part pocket monster battler -- Medabot AX games (released in Metabee and Rokusho versions, nearly identical except for the starting bots and different weapons/items you can win and trade between the two different editons) has what could have been a lethal combo. The game is based on a frenzied Japanese TV series about kids who build robots...

Medabots: Infinity

Medabots: Infinity

Nintendo GameCube - December 14, 2003

Medabots Infinity is a role-playing video game published in 2003 by Natsume, and developed by Victor Interactive. The game is based on the Medabots series. Hooking up to the Metabee and Rokusho Game Boy Advance games allows for secret unlockable medabots: Arcbeetle (Metabee) and Mega-Emperor (Rokusho). Several characters from the anime make appearances

Medabots: Metabee Version

Medabots: Metabee Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 31, 2003

Join Ikki as he begins his journey as a Medafighter and tries to save his hometown of Riverview City from the evil Rubberobo Gang. Ikki must solve various mysteries with the help of his friends and the Phantom Renegade. Interact with characters and control Medabots popular in the Medabots TV animated series. Can Ikki save the world from the treacherous Rubberobo Gang and become the #1 ranked Medafighter...It is all up to you!

Medabots: Rokusho Version

Medabots: Rokusho Version

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 25, 2002

Join Ikki as he begins his journey as a Medafighter and tries to save his hometown of Riverview City from the evil Rubberobo Gang. Interact with characters and control Medabots popular in the Medabots TV animated series. Create your own special Medabot from hundreds of unique Medaparts! Robattle and trade Medaparts with friends. Each version of Medabots offers exclusive Medaparts and Medals not found in the other.

Mitsume ga tooru

Mitsume ga tooru

Microsoft MSX

Mystic Chronicles

Mystic Chronicles

Sony PSP - Released - September 4, 2012

Mystic Chronicles is a Japanese role-playing video game developed by Kemco. While initially released as Fantasy Chronicles for the iOS, the name was retitled as a result of Natsume providing a new English translation for its release on the PlayStation Portable, released in North America on July 16, 2013. The game plays as a traditional Japanese role-playing video game. In the game, the player navigates a character through a fantasy would, interacing with non-playable characters and fighting enemies. When engaging enemies, the game utilizes a turn based battle system reminiscent of ones...

Natsume Championship Wrestling

Natsume Championship Wrestling

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 10, 1994

Over 50 different moves: Cobra Twist, Pyle Driver, Backdrop, Brain Buster, DDT, Kitchen Sink, Rally Art, Avalance Hold, Guillotine Drop, Shoulder Through, Sleeper Hold, Kneedrop, Reverse Shrimp Hold, Powerbomb and much more... 5 Play Selections: Championship Tournament, Round Robin, Championship Tag Match, Exhibition Match, Round Robin Tag Match

Pocky & Rocky

Pocky & Rocky

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1992

Pocky was enjoying a quiet cup of tea in her shrine, when Rocky the Raccoon, a Nopino goblin came running to Pocky. "Something terrible has happened. My fellow Nopino goblins have lost their minds. When I woke up, they were very agitated. When I tried to calm them, they came after me." "Why"? "I don't know, but I believe that they are under the spell of another force.... In any case, I can not handle this by myself. I need your help." Who on earth has cast the spell and are controlling the Nopino goblins? And what for? Find out as Pocky and Rocky battle the Goblins in this epic...

Pocky & Rocky 2

Pocky & Rocky 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1994

Princess Luna was visiting from the moon for the joyous harvest day celebration. All the villagers were gathered around the festival square, eating, dancing and having a wonderful time. Meanwhile, far away on the Demon Island, Dynagon was plotting his revenge. After the beautiful Proncess Luna refused to marry him, Dynagon went into a frenzy. Dynagon then ordered Impy, his most faithful servant, to go kidnap the princess from the harvest festival, in order to force her to get married to him. "Help! Help!" cried the Princess, but it was too late. In a flash, She disappeared. Pocky stood...

Pocky & Rocky with Becky

Pocky & Rocky with Becky

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 18, 2002

An evil Hydra Dragon has been awakened from a long sleep and has unleashed the world's most fearded mythical creatures on the land. It is up to you to stop them and eventually put an end to the evil Hydra's madness! You can choose one of the three characters, Pocky, Rocky the Raccoon or Becky to embark on this fantastic and dangerous adventure. Collect magical items and a variety of power-ups to help battle the mythical bosses as you journey to the final showdown with the Hydra!

Princess Debut

Princess Debut

Nintendo DS - September 30, 2008

Princess Debut (お姫さまデビュー) is a rhythm otome game published by Natsume and developed by Cave for the Nintendo DS. The illustration and package design was done by Kotori Momoyuki, a manga artist serialized in Kodansha's Nakayoshi.

Puzzle de Harvest Moon

Puzzle de Harvest Moon

Nintendo DS - November 6, 2007

Puzzle de Harvest Moon is a fast paced competitive strategy game. Players select a character to farm a piece of land alongside three other characters. The farmland is made up of a 7x5 grid with each grid of soil being able to be seeded. The gameplay flow typically involves the player selecting an item from the action bar on the side, this is usually the seed first so that it can be planted. After a seed is planted, it needs to be watered and fertilized twice, which will allow the crop to grow so that it can be harvested and earn the player points. Harvesting itself can be done by either using...

Reel Fishing

Reel Fishing

Sony Playstation - Released - March 31, 1998

Reel Fishing is designed to create a realistic angling experience in the comfort of the gamer's living room. Strategy comes in choosing the right lure for the circumstance and it takes skill to hook the big ones and reel them in successfully. Underwater shots and "fish-eye" views of the lure offer a perspective on the sport that few ever see on an actual outing. Players can even take a "picture" of their prize catch before releasing it back into the virtual wild. Features: * Catch a variety of fish that inhabit lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams * Keep your catches in your virtual fish...

Reel Fishing Challenge

Reel Fishing Challenge

Nintendo Wii - Released - June 29, 2009

Reel Fishing Challenge offers a fun and challenging experience for novice fishers and master anglers alike. Put your skills to the test and discover new types of fish in the challenging mission mode, or relax and enjoy the game at your own pace in free play mode. No matter which mode you play, the game's beautiful graphics and natural setting bring the fishing experience to life. Choose from a variety of lures to attract and hook the game's numerous fish. Each fish looks and moves like the real thing - it's the closest you can get to real-life fishing without putting on your waders.

Reel Fishing Challenge II

Reel Fishing Challenge II

Nintendo Wii - Released - June 7, 2010

This sequel to the smash-hit fishing game takes you to a pristine new freshwater environment teeming with fish that look and move just like the real thing. You'll go after these wily lunkers with a huge variety of lures and refined controls that provide the most natural and realistic fishing action yet. You'll need every advantage you can get as Reel Fishing Challenge II's 30 varied missions put your angling abilities to the ultimate test. This stunning, true-to-life fishing experience will have you hooked.

Reel Fishing II

Reel Fishing II

Sony Playstation - June 14, 2000

Players can start the game in Free mode and choose from three different fishing spots. The majority of the action is experienced in the Season mode, however, where you are challenged to maintain a fishing career. From the Aqua Lodge menu screen, you will be able to travel between three different rooms: your work desk, the fish tank room, and the stock corner. At your desk, you can read "Fish Find" magazine for more information on how to catch fish, or you can search through your lure and fly organizer (empty at the beginning of the game). If you catch some fish and decide to keep them, you...

Reel Fishing Paradise 3D

Reel Fishing Paradise 3D

Nintendo 3DS - June 28, 2011

In Reel Fishing Paradise 3D, players will travel to over a dozen stunning fishing locales in their quest to become master anglers. They'll fish tranquil lakes, rocky coasts, flooded forests, and more, all rendered in eye-popping 3D that brings every leaping fish and splash of water to life.

Reel Fishing: Angler's Dream

Reel Fishing: Angler's Dream

Nintendo Wii

Gamers head off to tranquil lakes and sandy beaches in an effort to wrangle more than 40 different kinds of fish in Reel Fishing: Angler's Dream. The game takes advantage of the Wii's motion-sensitive controls to let players cast and reel just as they would in real life, and each of the 40 fish species fights and flees like its real-world counterpart. When gamers are satisfied with their catch they can head back to the lodge, where the Fishing Master doles out expert advice and showcases the new equipment players have earned. Angler's Dream also strays into life development sim territory,...

Reel Fishing: Ocean Challenge

Reel Fishing: Ocean Challenge

Nintendo Wii - Released - October 18, 2012

It's a thrilling fishing experience for novices and master anglers alike! The game's beautiful graphics, ocean setting, and intuitive controls bring the fishing experience to life. Each fish looks and moves so much like the real thing, it's the closest you can get to real-life fishing without putting on your waders! Features: • Exotic Fishing Locals! • A Variety of Salt Water Fish! • Tons of Tackle! • A True-to-Life Fishing Experience!

Reel Fishing: Road Trip Adventure

Reel Fishing: Road Trip Adventure

Nintendo Switch

Grab your rod, reel, and adventurous spirit as you join three friends on a summer road trip to remember! Visit a variety of fishing spots, from deep-sea fishing to freshwater stream fishing as you and the gang track down and try to catch the elusive Legendary Fish. Upgrade skills and abilities, craft rods, reels, and lures as you try to catch the big one! • Action-style fishing places the emphasis on exciting battles! • Catch over 20 kinds of fish from over 10 fishing locations!

Reel Fishing: The Great Outdoors

Reel Fishing: The Great Outdoors

Sony PSP - Released - November 6, 2006

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newcomer to the rod and reel, Reel Fishing lets you experience the amazing sport whenever and wherever you like. In a wide range of fishing locations try your line to lure the 20+ fresh water fish. Challenge your friends over with the wireless Ad hoc multiplayer mode.

Reel Fishing: Wild

Reel Fishing: Wild

Sega Dreamcast - Released - February 22, 2001

Reel Fishing is a series of fishing video games by Natsume. The first game, Reel Fishing, was released for the PlayStation in 1996. Originally a localization of Pack-In-Video's (now Marvelous) Fish Eyes series from Japan, Natsume has since diverged from that series to create their own games.

Return of the Ninja

Return of the Ninja

Nintendo Game Boy Color - June 1, 2001

What your enemy fears the most is something it cannot see: You! A mysterious army has attacked the land of Koga and stolen an ancient and sacred scroll. As a highly trained ninja, it's up to you to find out who is behind the trouble and recover Koga's precious treasure. To accomplish this, you'll need to recover six secret ninja tools hidden from the invaders. The enemy army may outnumber you a thousand to one, but you are a master of stealth-- and every military leader knows that a blind enemy is a vanquished foe. -Play as a male or female ninja character. -Collect six special ninja...

Ring Rage

Ring Rage

Nintendo Game Boy - April 1, 1998

Ring Rage is a Sports game, developed by Taito Corporation and published by Natsume, which was released in 1995.

River City: Knights of Justice

River City: Knights of Justice

Nintendo 3DS - Released - June 20, 2017

Several years have passed since the rainbow-colored Crystal Tower was suddenly enveloped in darkness. With the world plunged into horror and chaos, a legend began to spread amongst the people about a savior who would come to save the world. Then, one day, a lone knight appeared. His name: Alexander Valford. Kunio and his friends go medieval in River City: Knights of Justice! This unique entry to the River City series sees Kunio and his friends and foes transformed into heroes and villains that would be at home in any RPG! Use swords, staves, and even magic to bring peace back to Riverandia!

River City: Rival Showdown

River City: Rival Showdown

Nintendo 3DS - Released - November 21, 2017

River City: Rival Showdown, released in Japan to celebrate the Kunio-Kun series' 30th anniversary, takes the original story of River City Ransom and adds multiple story paths, multiple endings, and a dynamic fighting system that evolves the Kunio-Kun series in a new, exciting direction! One night, Kunio is attacked by two mysterious individuals. On top of that, Riki's girlfriend has disappeared, and it's up to Kunio to find out the truth! Kunio has just 3 days to unravel the mystery, and he'll need your help to take down all who stand in his way. Take on some familiar faces from the River City...

River City: Tokyo Rumble

River City: Tokyo Rumble

Nintendo 3DS - Released - September 27, 2016

Follow the story of a hot-blooded high school student named Kunio and his good friends. When a nefarious gang moves into Tokyo to try to take it over, it's up to this self-proclaimed "fighter for justice" and his buddies to make sure the streets stay safe! Punch, kick, use weapons such as soccer balls, iron knuckles, chains, and even bicycles to knock some sense into those devious gang members.

River King: A Wonderful Journey

River King: A Wonderful Journey

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 21, 2006

Hook, line and sinker, you're part of a long line of fishing folk. From father to son and mother to daughter, knowing where and what to fish was always part of your family mangrove tree. Only one thing is missing from the long list of accomplishments, a fish that shook hooks for generations: The River King. Perhaps today, perhaps this cast, you'll feel the strum of a tight line as the legendary giant pulls you into angling immortality. Play as one of four family members. Assist villagers and other shoreline folk. Win it all in fishing and cooking contests. Take on crafty critters in tricky...

River King: Mystic Valley

River King: Mystic Valley

Nintendo DS - April 22, 2008

Journey to rivers, swamps, ponds and hidden fishing spots as you look for the mysterious River King to help your younger sister wake from her unexplained slumber. But you are not alone on this adventure, make friends with the magical creatures of Mystic Valley and unlock their special abilities to help you. You are your sister's last hope and it will take all of your fishing skill to catch the elusive River King!

Royal Pro Wrestling: Jikkyou Live!!

Royal Pro Wrestling: Jikkyou Live!!

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - February 26, 1996

Super wrestling full of presence from the world of the ring. The bell of decisive battles reverberate! 30 wrestlers from around the world. The strongest fighters meet in fierce battle. Real battle with intense individuality and challenge. From the analysis of real life data - The fighting strategy you choose decides the victory and takes you on the path of glory.

Rune Factory 2: A Fantasy Harvest Moon

Rune Factory 2: A Fantasy Harvest Moon

Nintendo DS - November 18, 2008

Rune Factory 2 is set several years after the first game. The evil Sechs Empire has been defeated, and the Kingdom of Norad is once again at peace. Things may not stay that way for long, however, as dark premonitions foretell of dangers to come. It's up to player to uncover the source of these premonitions and bring peace to the kingdom once more. In a first for the Rune Factory series, the story of Rune Factory 2 is multigenerational. Players begin the game as Kyle, a strange man who comes to Alvarna Village. Eventually, players will take on the role of Kyle's child, opening up a whole new...

Rune Factory 3: A Fantasy Harvest Moon

Rune Factory 3: A Fantasy Harvest Moon

Nintendo DS - November 9, 2010

It's an adventure that will transform you! The people of Sharance and their horned Univir neighbors are embroiled in a bitter conflict. An age-old hatred between humans and monsters divides them. You are an adventurer with an unusual secret: you're half human and half monster.

Rune Factory: A Fantasy Harvest Moon

Rune Factory: A Fantasy Harvest Moon

Nintendo DS - Released - August 14, 2007

Rune Factory: A Fantasy Harvest Moon you'll help a young man with amnesia build a new life. Laguna doesn't know who he is or where he comes from, so he goes looking for answers. He meets & befriends a young woman named Mist, who puts you to work on her farm. As you help her tend to the crops, you'll try and build a life for yourself in the Harvest Moon world.

Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny

Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny

Sony Playstation 3 - October 11, 2011

Featuring a vast region to explore, a wonderful cast of characters, and a huge variety of activities to enjoy, Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny is sure to make waves! Aden and Sonja, two lifelong friends, live a tranquil life on Fenith Island until they're struck by a mysterious curse: they awaken to find both of their souls are now trapped in the same body! On top of this unusual calamity, the Fenith they knew is gone, replaced by a strange island populated with unfamiliar faces. Only by exploring this new world will they be able to solve the mystery of this curse and save their beloved Island....

Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny

Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny

Nintendo Wii - October 11, 2011

Aden and Sonja, two lifelong friends, live a tranquil life on Fenith Island until they're struck by a mysterious curse: they awaken to find both of their souls are now trapped in the same body! On top of this unusual calamity, the Fenith they knew is gone, replaced by a strange island populated with unfamiliar faces. Only by exploring this new world will they be able to solve the mystery of this curse and save their beloved Island. During the course of their journey, Aden and Sonja will be aided by a colorful cast of characters, as well as take command of the towering golem Ymir. Using their...

S.C.A.T.: Special Cybernetic Attack Team

S.C.A.T.: Special Cybernetic Attack Team

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 22, 1990

It's the year 2029 and humanity faces certain extinction! An alien force led by the Supreme Commander Vile Malmort is positioned to destroy the earth. The President had little time to act. He assembled the greatest scientists from around the globe to stop this menace. From their laboratory came mankind's last hope - the members of S.C.A.T. The Special Cybernetic Attack Team has one goal: the utter destruction of the alien fleet. "They've sent an armada to conquer us. We've sent two warriors from S.C.A.T... It should be a fair fight."

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