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2001: An Adventure Story

2001: An Adventure Story

Sharp X1 - Released - 1983

Batten Tanuki no Daibouken

Batten Tanuki no Daibouken

NEC PC-8801 - Released - 1986

An action platformer starring a fighting raccoon dog.

Comsight

Comsight

NEC PC-8801 - Released - August 1, 1987

Comsight is a first-person one-on-one tank battle. The player does not operate the tank directly, but rather operates the tank by writing an algorithm for instructing the tank as a program before the battle. In other words, the player can only watch the behavior of the tanks during the battle and see whether the plan worked out..

Dragon's Fury

Dragon's Fury

Sega Genesis - Released - October 10, 1991

Imagine an adventure game in the format of pinball, and you get Dragon's Fury. Your hero is a small silver ball, and your battlefield is a three-tiered pinball machine. Using your ball, you can defeat monsters, rack up points, and enter bonus stages. If you play with enough skill, you can trigger all sorts of point-accumulating bonuses. If you get one billion points, you get to fight the final boss and view the ending to the game.

Elemental Master

Elemental Master

Sega Genesis - Released - December 14, 1990

Gyra has usurped the throne, and his minions are pillaging and plundering throughout the countryside. The kingdom is doomed unless someone can stop this madness and restore order to the land. You are the ELEMENTAL MASTER, and you're the only person with the power to put an end to Gyra's reign of terror. Harnessing the power of the elements fire, water, wind, and the earth you use them as your very own weapons to fight all that is evil in the world. You'll be up against Gyra's most ruthless henchmen as you battle through eight levels of intense action. But you've got the power of magic on your...

Hyper Duel

Hyper Duel

Sega Saturn - Released - November 22, 1996

In Hyper Duel the player controls one of three "Buster Gears” pilots: Keith Spader, Lisa Rowling, or Dr. B. Lloyd, and must destroy alien forces. Buster Gears look like normal spaceships but have two modes - spaceship and robot - with different fire modes. The ships can also acquire additional helper units by collecting either the T or G items. The weapon can be upgraded by collecting P items.

Hyper Duel

Hyper Duel

Arcade - Released - 1993

In Hyper Duel, the player controls one of three "Buster Gears” pilots: Keith Spader, Lisa Rowling, or Dr. B. Lloyd, and must destroy alien forces. Buster Gears look like normal spaceships but have two modes - spaceship and robot - with different fire modes. The ships can also acquire additional helper units by collecting either the T or G items. The weapon can be upgraded by collecting P items.

Hyper Reverthion

Hyper Reverthion

Sega Saturn - Released - June 7, 1996

Hyper Reverthion is a 3-d fighting game in the style of "Virtual On," where the player can select one of eight fighters in their individual robots, each equipped with its own unique set of ranged special attacks and melee attacks.

My Garden

My Garden

Sony Playstation - Released - September 2, 1999

My Garden is a game similar game to Hudson's Harvest Moon series, but in this time instead or having a farm, the player controls a young girl that have to take care of a garden. She will have to plant different kind of seeds to receive after a hard work of take care of them, different kind of plants and trees. The player can sell the plants to gain money to buy new seeds and items. The player will have the help of the girl's grandmother to solve her debts.

Nekketsu Oyako

Nekketsu Oyako

Sega Saturn - Released - July 21, 1995

Nekketsu Oyako by TechnoSoft (or alternately Tecno Soft) is a rather average Final Fight clone beat 'em up. You’ve got your three characters, the big buff slowpoke, the fast but weak girl, and the all around average guy, and they walk through a bunch of levels beating the puss out of stuff for some reason or another.

Neorude

Neorude

Sony Playstation - Released - May 9, 1997

The Neorude is the plane ship that transport a group of adventures that explore the land in search of ancient ruins and lost treasures. The player will control three different characters (that can be changed during the play choosing which one the player wants to control): Til, Aria & Rufrain. Til & Rufrain are warriors and Aria is a magician. The gameplay is the classic point and click adventure with rpg battle system. The game features 3 different characters to use and 3d cartoon graphics. Manufacturer's description: Reading RPG players will lead indirectly with a cursor 3 people...

Neorude 2

Neorude 2

Sony Playstation - Released - November 20, 1997

Sequel to Neorude that continues the plot of the first game (and features the same 3 main characters). The player again will control three different characters (that can be changed during the play choosing which one the player wants to control): Til, Aria & Rufrain. Til & Rufrain are warriors and Aria is a magician. The gameplay is like the first game a point and click adventure style and a rpg in the battles using the point and click system of the first game. Manufacturer's description: Sequel of the leading RPG "Neorude" that will lead indirectly with a cursor three characters...

Neorude: Kizamareta Monshou

Neorude: Kizamareta Monshou

Sony Playstation - Released - December 16, 1999

The last game in the Neorude series for PSOne features a new group of characters instead of the main characters that were on the first 2 games on the series. The game starts when the plane ship (Neorude) suffers a fire accident and crashes in a snow mountain cave. The gameplay is the same as the first 2 games in the series, a point a click adventure game with objects to use and a rpg battle system controlled for the pointer too, the player can control the speed of the combat to make the proper decissions.

Steeldom

Steeldom

Sega Saturn - Released - September 6, 1996

Steeldom or to give it it's original Japanese name of Koutetsu Reiiki is the follow up to Hyper Reverthion also available for the Saturn. The game features fantasy based robotic creatures which are piloted by different members. The game plays very much like it's original but now with more fluency and moves. It's still difficult to control though which makes playing it at first a pain. Once you've mastered the controls though you'll find yourself enjoying this nice little game. The graphics are much sharper than Hyper Reverthion and even feature some transparencies ! The music is quite similar...

Thunder Force II

Thunder Force II

Sega Genesis - Released - August 14, 1989

Eighteen years ago the planet Nebula was attacked by the Lone Star System, arch enemy of the Interplanetary Federation. Its population decimated, the few survivors swore to protect its future with their lives. That time has come. Docked in the space portal of the planet Nebula, sits the combat weapon fortress Plealos, mother ship of the Lone System's fleet. What she can't take, she'll destroy. Now's your opportunity to use your sophisticated combat skills and save your planet. You're Ryder Jupiter. Known as Ace to the Federation, you've got vengeance on your mind. And the only person you...

Thunder Force III

Thunder Force III

Sega Genesis - Released - June 8, 1990

This masterpiece of shooting games takes you to a world of extraordinary proportions. It's the sequel to the explosive conflict that erupted in Thunder Force II. The unique backdrops scroll in three dimensions and offer you numerous surprises beyond imagination. Battle the enemy with a wide array of highly sophisticated weaponry. The menacing boss vehicles at the end of every stage have abilities unlike anything you've ever experienced.

Thunder Force V

Thunder Force V

Sega Saturn - Released - July 11, 1997

In a grim future where a once-benevolent alien technology has turned against humanity, only a ragtag group of ace pilots can save the Earth from total annihilation. Code name: Thunder Force! Witness the first 32-bit installment of the massively popular shooter series! Five spectacular weapons with multiple power-up levels let you blast through waves of metallic predators, and look good doing it. A constant barrage of innovative enemies keeps you intrigued while you struggle to stay alive. A speaker-imploding soundtrack has your foot tapping as your fingers are mashing. Unbelievable rendered...

Thunder Force: Gold Pack 1

Thunder Force: Gold Pack 1

Sega Saturn - Released - September 27, 1996

Thunder Force: Gold Pack 1 (サンダーフォースゴールドパック1) is a compilation of shoot-'em-up games from the Thunder Force series, and was released exclusively for the Sega Saturn by Technosoft in 1996. The package includes Thunder Force II and Thunder Force III, both previously released for the Sega Mega Drive. The package was not released outside of Japan.

Thunder Force: Gold Pack 2

Thunder Force: Gold Pack 2

Sega Saturn - Released - December 6, 1996

Thunder Force: Gold Pack 2 (サンダーフォースゴールドパック2) is a compilation of shoot-'em-up games from the Thunder Force series, and was released exclusively for the Sega Saturn by Technosoft in 1996. It is a "sequel" to Thunder Force: Gold Pack 1. The package includes Thunder Force AC and Thunder Force IV, both previously released for Sega System C arcade hardware and the Sega Mega Drive, respectively. The package was not released outside of Japan. This is the only way to play Thunder Force AC on a home system , aside from "Thunder Spirits", which was ported to the Super Famicom. The port of Thunder...

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