Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Released - January 1, 1982
Astro Invader is a shoot 'em up game, Astro Invader is a fixed screen shoot 'em up. The player moves his laser base across the bottom of the screen and has to shoot down the aliens that appear above him. What sets Astro Invader apart from other early shoot 'em ups is that the aliens, after being dropped from their mothership, position themselves in columns. Once a column is full the lowest alien drops down and suicide dives towards the player. As they hit the ground they explode and the player must make sure he is not within the blast radius. In addition to the standard aliens there are also UFOs that appear in the middle and to the sides of the screen. These must be shot down as they will kill the player when landing, no matter where the player is positioned. The game is over when all three lives are lost. The Japanese version (Kamikaze) has some differences. Most noticeable is that it has more columns and that the UFOs only appear in the middle of the screen. It also has regular aliens that attack on the sides of the screen without going through the columns. Aliens that crash into the ground has a greater blast radius than in the US version.
Sony Playstation - Released - April 13, 2000
Devilman is a game for the Sony PlayStation and Windows 98, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 2000. The game is divided into two parts with drastically different gameplay. Chapter one is a survival horror with lots of running, hiding and puzzles, while chapter two is a "beat 'em up" with minor puzzle elements. Chapter three consists of one boss fight with gameplay mechanics similar to chapter two.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 17, 2001
Digimon Tamers is the third animated series based on the Japanese Digimon franchise, first broadcast in 2001 on Fuji TV in Japan and on Fox Kids in the United States. The story takes place initially in a "alternative" universe, on a world much like Earth where Digimon is just a franchise, composed of video games, and a collectible card game. A group of three 12-year-olds (10-year olds in the Japanese version), Takato, Henry and Rika (fans of the Digimon card game) meet their own Digimon friends and start to duel "bio-emerging" Digimon who cross the barrier between the information network, synthesizing proteins and becoming real. Most of it is set in the modern Shinjuku ward of Tokyo, Japan and only changes scenario to the Digital World for a short time. Digimon Tamers is significantly darker than its predecessors and deals with storylines more for older audiences. This series has also adapted into a 4-volume manga series. Digimon Tamers - Pocket Culumon let the player choose from your favorite from a bunch of Digimon-themed mini-games and download them to the PocketStation. Then take the mini-game with you and play it wherever you go. Also features a Culumon virtual pet and a complete database of Digimon creatures from the TV series. Released at a budget pricepoint of Yen 2,800 in Japan only.
Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Released - January 1, 1983
Dr. Slump is an action game based off the eponymous Japanese manga. It is exclusive to the Bandai Arcadia, a variant of the Emerson Arcadia 2001 that was only available in Japan. The player controls protagonist Arale-chan, as she attempts to prevent the alien King Nikochan and his servant from building a UFO out of car parts. By yelling at the two aliens, she can knock the aliens down and retrieve the stolen car parts. Arale-chan frequently runs out of Robovita-A fuel, however, and must recharge with a teapot that appears periodically. Once the aliens have successfully carried five car parts to the launching pad at the top of the screen, they will finish building their UFO and will attempt to fly away. If Arale-chan can hit them with her "N'cha Cannon" yell, they will crash, and the player will receive many bonus points. The game features two modes. In Level 1, the characters move slowly, while Level 2 features a faster speed. The player has three lives and must try to score as many points as possible. If the UFO successfully flies away, the player loses a life.
Sony PSP - Released - April 6, 2006
The original TV series comes to life with Eureka Seven Vol 1: The New Wave. Players assume the role of Sumner Sturgeon, a government agent looking to unravel a deep conspiracy, in this prequel to the animation that unfolds the events leading up to the Eureka Seven anime series. The game features intense mecha combat and mind-boggling board riding action.
Sony PSP - Released - September 29, 2005
Gallery Fake is an Action game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 2005.
Sony Playstation - Released - July 25, 2002
Gekitou! Crush Gear Turbo is an action game based on the anime series the game features 2 different game modes: - Story Mode: Help Kouya Marino to become the Crush Gear Champion. - Vs Mode: Compete against another human player or the computer in 1 on 1 combats. Crush Gear is a sport of battling machines that follows in the tracks of the ancient chariot battles of the Roman Coliseum. Crush Gears are hand-sized fighting machines that can be customised for maximum impact. Opponents meet at games where they Gear Fight, and the winner is determined when a fighter’s Crush Gear is able to push its opponent off the battlefield.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 2, 2005
VIDEO GAME: Top o Nerae! GunBuster: Based on the trend-setting space anime by Hideaki Anno, Bandai has expanded the series with a game that plays out as an entirely new third edition that expands on the themes of the original two animated series. The 25-episode story features both roaming adventure scenes where defense pilot Noriko Takaya converses with characters and collects items to develop the story, as well as action scenes that put you and co-pilot Kazumi Amano into the cockpit of a Gunbuster mech to battle in heated combat. The action parts allow you to perform all the trademark moves like the Buster Beam, Homing Laser and Super Lighting Kick, with Noriko shouting out the commands with just as much enthusiasm as she does in the show. MANUFACTURER'S DESCRIPTION: Anime "Aim for the Top! Action Adventure which reproduced all 25 episodes of the TV series of phantom "appeared on PS2. At the school, which is reproduced in 3D on the field becomes the hero Takayanoriko, I am hard at training as a pilot machine weapons. Puppet machine and weapons Gunbuster, and make full use of weapons and special moves of many, to escape fighting in space monster opponent! FEATURES: Third person perspective. 3D graphics Cartoon graphics SCIFI, Futuristic & Anime themes.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 2, 1997
This game takes places in the 0079 storyline and the game is an interactive movie in which to advance the player have to execute the proper action at the right time. The game begins when Earth is attacked by an army of robots, the Gundam pilot (the player's character) goes in his car to the army base where Gundam in stored and as soon as he arrived he have to enter the robot and defeat an enemy, after that he have to get the shield and escape from the base defeating the enemies.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1996
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Duel (Shin Kidō Senki Gundam Wing: Endless Duel) (新機動戦記ガンダム) is a head-to-head fighting game released exclusively in Japan in 1996. It was the first video game to be based on the Mobile Suit Gundam Wing anime series, and has never been released outside of Japan. The developers used the same engine as previously used in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition, but with some improvements.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 2, 1999
Karate style fighting game with a vast array of texture mapped polygon protagonists to choose from - including a martial artist sporting a very fetching afro. Also has events, wood breaking and training by the sea in true karate style. Ichigeki: The Man of Steel was released sometime before the 99' WT (IKO-Matsui). Many top fighters like Filho, Kazumi, Pettas are in the game. Game modes include tournament, career mode (where you choose a japanese shihan and start training, belt grading and fighting in regional, national and world tournmanets. When you reach a certain level you will be asked by Kancho Matsui to fight in hyakunin kumite), tameshiwari, etc. There is also an information library about kyokushin history and also a fighter database.
Sony Playstation - Released - February 10, 2000
Set in a fictional universe in the Universal Century 0079, The Principality of Zeon has declared independence from the Earth Federation, and subsequently launched a war of independence. The conflict has directly affected every continent on earth and nearly every space colony and lunar settlement. Zeon has the upper hand through their use of a new type of weapon, called humanoid mobile suits. A Zeon recon team disobeys mission orders and attacks an unfinished base called Side 7. Its citizens accidentally find the Federation's new weapon called the Gundam. The newly formed crew of refugees, with support from Earth Federation soldiers stationed aboard the MS carrier White Base set out to change the course of the One Year War. Kidou Senshi Gundam - Giren no Yabou - Zeon no Keifu is a strategy game in which the player takes control of the Zeon army. In addition to giving orders to generals, you also had to carry out negotiations and develop new weapons. Giren's Greed is a game where the entire events of the One Year War, and beyond to Zeta, are laid out for the player to toy with as they see fit. Don't like the Federation taking a big hit with Operation Stardust, stop it. Don't like Ranba Ral dying against the Gundam and Whitebase, don't send him. The game allows the player to construct a variety of what-if scenarios using different points in the storyline as a starting place. Unfortunately, the game can follow the storyline quite closely, which for Zeon spells a shortend game. I won't spoil the story at this point in the guide; that comes later. This guide will provide you with the branches of the plot and various side events so that you'll be able to craft the story the way you want it to be. Zeon will be led to victory the way it should have been. Zieg Zeon! The first disc is the Earth Federation Disc and the second one is the Zeon Disc.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 29, 2000
Set in a fictional universe in the Universal Century 0079, The Principality of Zeon has declared independence from the Earth Federation, and subsequently launched a war of independence. The conflict has directly affected every continent on earth and nearly every space colony and lunar settlement. Zeon has the upper hand through their use of a new type of weapon, called humanoid mobile suits. A Zeon recon team disobeys mission orders and attacks an unfinished base called Side 7. Its citizens accidentally find the Federation's new weapon called the Gundam. The newly formed crew of refugees, with support from Earth Federation soldiers stationed aboard the MS carrier White Base set out to change the course of the One Year War. Kidou Senshi Gundam-Giren no Yabou-Zeon no Keifu-Kouryaku Shireisho contains a large quantity of save-game data for various Gundam tactical games on the Playstation are archived in this data disk along with cinemas from many Gundam games, a scenario collection, a history of the Gundam lineage of softs and an art gallery. The game also features a quiz game in which the player have to answer different questions about the Gundam games & characters.
Sony Playstation - Released - September 21, 2001
Kids Station - Magical Music Eigo de One - Two - Three! is a collection of mini games in witch you control a group of animals (lead by a bear) in different kind of situations around the woods (the lake, the forest, the cave, rabbit's home, etc), this time the young players can learn about animals, colours, sounds, shapes, etc. Since the game is multilanguage 2 (English & Japanese) the players can also learn about how all these things are in each language, and that is also a good educational tool for english and japanese students. At the beginning of the game there is the language option (English, Japanese or both). All the images shows their proper name in english and japanese. The mini games are like choose the animal that is the shape show, choose the animal that sounds that way of the 3 that can be chosen, a running mini game, etc.
NEC PC-8801 - Released - 1984
Kinnikuman is a wrestling simulation game based on the manga of the same name. The game is divided into two sections - the training process and the tournament called Choujin Olympics. During the training the player is able to perform several types of exercises (push-ups, jumping, etc.) to improve the character's stats. The most prepared participant will be the champion of the tournament.
Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981
Las Vegas: 9 games were made in this colorful series. It was also released in Europe in a different box and a blister version.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 22, 2000
PUNCH THE MONKEY! is a rhythm action game following the mold of Parappa the Rapper. The main game screen is broken up into three main areas. The first area contains two progress bars; the top bar consists of five colored areas. From left to right, they are red, orange, yellow, green, and blue. The second bar is an level progress indicator. The second area contains the music video of the level with an open area on the left and right side of it. The third area contains a bar with a crosshair in the middle. As the music video plays, targets will scroll left to right across the crosshair bar. Each target will have a circle, square, triangle, or X indicating what button you must press to shoot down this target. You must press the appropriate button when the target is within the crosshair. At certain points in the level, the crosshair bar will expand to two crosshairs. Targets will then fly from both the left and the right of the screen. The target sequence for a level remains the same each time you play. You get a rating for each target: Great, Good, Bad, or Poor. A "Great" rating is given when you hit the target while it is dead center within the crosshair. A "Good" rating is given is the target is hit anywhere else on the crosshair. "Bad" and "Poor" are given if you hit the target outside of the crosshair or press the wrong button. If you manage to get three "Great" ratings in a row, a card will will appear to the right or left of the music video. Each card is worth bonus points in your final score; shoot them down before they leave the screen. As the video progresses, you will see a bar move from left to right on the progress indicator. There are also marks indicating a level checkpoint. At each checkpoint, you must be in the yellow area of the top progress bar. The only exception to this is the final checkpoint. To successfully clear a level, you must be in the green or blue section when you clear the final checkpoint. You can also unlock two addtional modes to play. Swap mode reverses the targets you must press. Random mode is exactly what it sounds like; the target sequence for the level is now random. The bonus games allow you to build up coins. These coins can be used to purchase movies.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 10, 2000
Case Closed, also known as Detective Conan in Japan and other countries, is a detective manga and anime series by Gosho Aoyama which has been published in Weekly Sho-nen Sunday magazine since 1994. The series depicts the cases of a young private detective who was inadvertently turned into a prepubescent boy by a certain criminal organization. Although his body has been shrunk, he continues to solve many cases and is struggling to solve the mysteries of the criminal organization responsible in order to return to his normal body. In this Playstation game there are 2 new cases for the players to solve in a first person perspective adventure.
Sony Playstation - Released - April 25, 2002
Case Closed, also known as Detective Conan in Japan and other countries, is a detective manga and anime series by Gosho Aoyama which has been published in Weekly Sho-nen Sunday magazine since 1994. The series depicts the cases of a young private detective who was inadvertently turned into a prepubescent boy by a certain criminal organization. Although his body has been shrunk, he continues to solve many cases and is struggling to solve the mysteries of the criminal organization responsible in order to return to his normal body. This game features 3 new cases for Conan to solve. The player have to solve the first 2 cases to open the third one. The gameplay is about talking to characters, use objects and collect evidences to solve the case.
Sony Playstation - Released - April 17, 2003
Case Closed, also known as Detective Conan in Japan and other countries, is a detective manga and anime series by Gosho Aoyama which has been published in Weekly Sho-nen Sunday magazine since 1994. The series depicts the cases of a young private detective who was inadvertently turned into a prepubescent boy by a certain criminal organization. Although his body has been shrunk, he continues to solve many cases and is struggling to solve the mysteries of the criminal organization responsible in order to return to his normal body. Meitantei Conan Trick Trick vol.1 features more than 100 different files that the player got to solve, the files are from answer different questions to know who is the murderer to choose the proper time order of some pictures, choose the proper item, decoder a code, check a crime scene, etc.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 18, 1999
Million Classic is a horse breeding simulation game that features a lot of different horse races for the player to breed the best horse and the final goal of the game is to win the Million Classic Cup. The player can buy different horses and mix between different species of horse to create the perfect horse racing champion. Maryland Million Classic is an American Thoroughbred horse race held annually in October since 1986 primarily at Laurel Park Racecourse in Laurel, Maryland or at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. To be eligible for the Maryland Million Classic, a horse must be sired by a stallion who stands in Maryland. Due to that restriction the race is classified as a non-graded or "listed" stakes race and is not eligible for grading by the American Graded Stakes Committee. The race is part of Maryland Million Day, a 11-race program held in mid October that was the creation of renowned television sports journalist Jim McKay. The "Maryland Million" is the first State-Bred showcase event ever created. Since 1986, 27 other events in 20 states have imitaded the showcase and it's structure. In its 24th running in 2009, the race was restricted to those horses who were sired by a stallion who stands in the state of Maryland. Both the entrant horse and their stallion had to be nominated to the Maryland Million program. The race itself has had many titles since 1986 due in large part to the aggressive marketing efforts of Maryland Million Limited, the series corporate founder. In its first seven years, from 1986 through 1992, the race was called the "Budweiser Maryland Million Classic." From 1993 through 1996 the race was known as the "First National Bank of Maryland Classic." From 1997 through 2004 the race was known as the "Cosamin DS Maryland Classic."
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 9, 2002
When the imperiled Earth Federation battles the notorious Zeon Forces, which side will you be on? Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon forces you to choose which army to lead in furious outer-space combat. Play more than 200 missions solo or share the screen with a friend for head-to-head or team battle action. Actual actors from the TV series provide full voice-overs in the game, immersing you in Mobile Suit Gundam world.
Sega Dreamcast - Released - April 11, 2002
Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon is a 2001 arcade video game based on the anime television series Mobile Suit Gundam. An upgraded edition of the game, Federation vs. Zeon DX (DX stands for "Deluxe"), includes 360-degree, zero-G space battlefields. Both versions were later ported to the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2 game consoles. 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. There are three gaming modes: Arcade mode, Versus mode, and Campaign mode. Arcade mode allows to select two mobile suits depending on the side of the conflict chosen (Earth Federation or Principality of Zeon). The first mobile suit chosen is used for ground combat, while the second one is used in space environments. Versus mode allows two players to play on the same or opposing sides, with various maps and mobile suits available to choose from. The Campaign mode is centered on a player named soldier in the One Year War who combats the opposing side. Although in Campaign mode different mobile suits are unlocked as the campaign progresses. New mobile suits can be received by participating in test missions that involve that particular mobile suit. Exceptions are any captured enemy mobile suits, the Project V units (Gundam, Guntank, and Guncannon), as well as all of Char Aznable's mobile suits (Zaku II, Z'Gok, Gelgoog, and Zeong). Once Campaign Mode is defeated once, Extra Mode is unlocked, in which the player is granted top-notch allied mobile suits and all mobile suits from the opposing side as well (i.e. a Zeon pilot can use GM, a Federation suit). However, the AI becomes much harder than normal mode and if a suit is destroyed, it is not replaced. Also awarded when beating the regular Campaign Mode is the availability of all Mobile Suits in Versus and Arcade Modes.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 6, 2001
Mobile Suit Gundam: Zeonic Front (known as Zeonic Front: Kidou Senshi Gundam 0079  in Japan) is a game for the PlayStation 2, which revolves around a Zeon Special Commando Unit during the One Year War, called the Midnight Fenrir Corp. This MS team was created by Kycilia Zabi and participated in the capture of the California Base during the 2nd Earth Invasion Plan. Lt. Garret Schmitzer was a mobile suit veteran during the first stage of the One Year War, the One Week Battle back in January. At the end of the One Week Battle, Lt. Schmitzer was badly wounded, and forced into retirement. This was due to Operation British, the operation that would force a space colony, into the Earth's orbit for a collision course to South America, where the Federation's top forces were, Jaburo base. The injuries were extensive, but hope was on the horizon. Kycillia Zabi formed an elite mobile suit unit onto the front lines, the Fenrir Corps. Since Lt. Schmitzer was fluent in battle experience, he was the lead commander and mission director of the Fenrir Corps, better known as the Midnight Fenrir. You take command of Midnight Fenrir Corps in the game. Eventually, by completing missions, more pilots will join in the Fenrir Corps' long and hard fought struggle. It is the first Gundam based PlayStation 2 game that lets the player operate solely as Zeon forces
Sony Playstation - Released - November 28, 2002
Ninpu Sentai Harikenger is based on the popular Japanese Sentai of the same name. Also it was known in the U.S. as Power Rangers Ninja Storm. Is the sequel to Hyakujuu Sentai GaoRanger. You start out with just a Story mode and a 1 on 1 fighting mode. As you progress, however, many more modes become available. The in-game action is fairly the same as Hyakujuu Sentai GaoRanger's, except that now you have Street-Fighter style special moves you can do in addition to the normal punches and kicks. In GaoRanger you were limited to just GaoRed. In Harikenger you can select from the Red, Blue, or Yellow Harikengers, and in certain stages the Kabutoraijer, Kuwagataraijer, Shurikenger, and, in a special mode, another ranger from a previous series. Once you were done with GaoRanger's story mode all you really had was a survival mode. In Harikenger you get that and so much more.
Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1983
A very entertaining game with (again) a penguin against a seal. Avoid the bombs hitting the ground. Best way is to throw them to the other side of the iceberg, to the seal! Meanwhile you have to put 3 ice blocks together, to reach and eat the fish ... Sophisticated game for 2 players. There are 6 more games from this Double Play type.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 29, 2000
Digimon (short for "Digital Monsters"), is a Japanese media franchise encompassing digital toys, anime, manga, video games and videos. The franchise's eponymous creatures are monsters of various forms living in a "Digital World", a parallel universe that originated from Earth's various communication networks. In Pocket Digimon World monsters wait to be tamed and unleashed in fierce battle. 3-D action sequences show off the Digimon in arenas and a Pocket Station game allows portable players to square off. The gameplay is create a Digimon and raise it on the Pocketstation (training it) and after that use it on the main game to challenge computer or other players digimons in 3D arenas.
Sony PocketStation - Released - June 29, 2000
A Museum was opened in the Digimon World. It preserved some ancient history and artifacts of the Digital World within. But one night, some evil Digimon decided to brake in and steal all the items, scattering them all around File Island. Jijimon, the owner of the museum and eldest in the File City, decides to enlist some help from a Digimon Tamer (the player) to retrieve all the lost exhibits. These exhibits consist of art, music, information of Digimons, history of Digital World and video clips, which can be reviewed in the console game after collecting them. The actual main game primarily happens in a PlayStation accessory device known as PocketStation! You can only get 3 different Digimons from the PS1 game to download to PocketStation. These are Agumon, Biyomon and Veemon. You can only use one at a time on the PocketStation game, though. In the PocketStation, you can raise your Digimon and battle it either with in-game Digimon or a friend's PocketStation wirelessly over IR connection. You can also connect it to other Bandai Digimon games and products.
Sony Playstation - Released - February 22, 2001
In Pocket Digimon World monsters wait to be tamed and unleashed in fierce battle. 3-D action sequences show off the Digimon in arenas and a Pocket Station game allows portable players to square off. The gameplay is create a Digimon and raise it on the Pocketstation (training it) and after that use it on the main game to challenge computer or other players digimons in 3D arenas. Pocket Digimon World - Cool & Nature Battle Disc is the third and last game released for PS1 in the Pocket Digimon World series. The game allows the player to use data from the previous games and features 20 new digimons.
Sony Playstation - Released - October 26, 2000
In Pocket Digimon World monsters wait to be tamed and unleashed in fierce battle. 3-D action sequences show off the Digimon in arenas and a Pocket Station game allows portable players to square off. The gameplay is create a Digimon and raise it on the Pocketstation (training it) and after that use it on the main game to challenge computer or other players digimons in 3D arenas. Pocket Digimon World - Wind Battle Disc is the second game released for PS1 in the Pocket Digimon World series. The game allows the player to use data from the previous game.
Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Released - May 1, 1982
R2D Tank is simple 2D arcade game and a sequel to Red Tank. The player controls a tank, collects dots for points and fights against enemy tanks. When an enemy tank is destroyed, a next vehicle appears on the battlefield. Mines (red dots) lie on battlefield and these can be destroyed by shooting them. Later levels have more enemies.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 7, 2003
RahXephon is an action-adventure shooting game based on the anime series of the same name. The story follows 17-year-old high school student, Ayato Kamina, who has an ability to control a mecha known as the RahXephon His life as a student and artist in Tokyo is suddenly interrupted by an attack of the strange machines invading the city.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 22, 2000
Salaryman Kintaro is a manga series by Hiroshi Motomiya. It has been serialized in Weekly Young Jump since 1994, but has gone through many periods of inactivity. In 2005, Salaryman Kintaro began appearing as an online comic and eventually returned to Young Jump. Yajima Kintaro used to be the charismatic leader of a biker gang. Then he retired to have a family. With his wife dead in childbirth, and all alone with a baby boy, Kintaro now embarks upon a new adventure - as the strangest salaryman in all of Japan. In 2005, Kintaro went from working as a salaryman to working for a foreign bank. The Playstation game is an adventure game in which the player have to select between different answers to advance in the game. The situations will be different depending of the player choices and there are multiple endings.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 29, 1996
Expansion Set For SD Gundam GNext. Needs The Original Game to play. Includes addicional missions and units.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 20, 1997
SD Gundam G-Century (SD for super-deformed) is another sequel in the popular SD Gundam universe by Bandai/Sunrise. SD Gundam G-Century is a strategic game which focuses on resource management, planning ahead, and eliminating other competitors. It is a turn-based game system with hex-gridded maps, fixed-location factories, revenue generating space-colonies and cities (where number depends on terrain map), and units that gain experience and ability over time. Additions to the standard game formula include the ability to upgrade or downgrade the suit or ship a pilot is flying, to trade in the vehicle for another, and to rename the pilot. There are over 100 terrain maps based in space, on the Earth, and on the Moon; 150 SD mobile suits and ships including the Blue Destiny from the Saturn GUNDAM GAIDEN series; 14 factions plus 4 design-your-own custom faction; 5 game modes; 25 long and short CD music tracks; and the 4 player action contained in previous versions. The opening screen leads to the menu screen with the following choices: - Scenario Mode: Gives you a chance to play all the scenarios from the GUNDAM storylines from Universal Century (UC) 0079 Odessa Operation of MSG Movie #1 to After Colony (AC) 0195 Libra Operation in Gundam Wing. - Single Mode: Lets you play one particular scenario in one terrain map in space, on the Earth, or on the Moon. - World Mode: Lets you play one scenario on your selection of three terrain maps of space, Earth, and Moon. - Century Mode: Appears to be a sequence of unique scenarios not based on any GUNDAM storyline, and whatever money you have after winning the scenario carries over to the next scenario (leading to a cheat). - Action Battle: Lets you practice battling up to 3 other ships or suits in the arcade battle mode that is used to resolve battles. Additions are a shield defense button for those suits that have one, a button to maintain the facing direction while moving (so you can fly backwards now), an I-Field on/off button for those suits that have it, and a jump/vernier thruster on/off button.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 28, 1996
The game is a sort of a retelling of the 0079 story with battles that play like a game of galaxian! There are different viewpoints that can be switched on the fly to any angle (from arcade-style to first-person, which gives you an optional gunsight), there are a couple of 2-player modes, and you get a separate sd g charger game on the same disc which plays the same as the main game. SD Gundam: Over Galaxian is a semi-3D update of Namco's arcade classic Galaxian featuring the famous SD Gundam characters. The game plays pretty much the same as the original Galaxian, though there some added features such as a variety of power-ups. The game includes two different story modes (Gundam Story and G Changer Story), a remixed version of the original Galaxian, and a two-player VS mode. CG videos explain the story as you progress through the game.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 9, 2005
Steamboy is a action game based on the Katsuhiro Otomo anime. The player controls James Ray Steam who gains his abilities with the steam ball such as attacks and double jump. You power up your steam ball by collecting gears in the stages.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - July 26, 2012
This shooter is set during the classic 1984 anime movie Macross: Do You Remember Love?. Stages themed after scenes from the movie feature a mixture of on-foot robot shooting and ship flight in 3D from a behind-the-ship perspective. The hybrid disc's main feature is a Blu-Ray release of the original film, playable on standard Blu-Ray players.
Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Released - May 1, 1982
This is The End! You must destroy the space pirates attempting to steal bricks from you defense bases. They will use the bricks to spell out END. The game is lost if all defense bases are destroyed or E-N-D is completed.
Sony Playstation - Released - September 25, 1999
The Vision of Escaflowne (Tenku no Escaflowne) is a RPG / Action adventure game which plot is basically the same as the anime. Cutcenes from the anime occasionally show up as the story progresses. Most of the time the story advance without the player have to do anything, and the only gameplay in most of the game is to choose between different answers or battle an enemy in an action sequence in which the player's character got an energy that can decrease.
Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984
Ultraman is an action game based on the 1960s Japanese TV series of the same name. In each level, you control forces defending a convoy of military equipment from marauding monsters. The first part of the level involves protecting a ship containing airplanes from flying saucers and sea-monsters. You control an aircraft which fires guns straight ahead when it is in the top half of the screen, and drops bombs when at the lower half of the screen. If you are hit, or if a plane from the ship is beamed-up by a saucer, or smashed by a monster, you lose a life. Once the ship has arrived at its destination, the second half of the level begins. The second half of each level consists of a convoy of trucks moving towards the left of the screen, pursued by a giant monster from the TV series (such as Red King, a giant lizard that throws rocks, or Alien Baltan, a purple humanoid lobster-like creature). The progress of the convoy is shown at the bottom of the screen. Again, you start in a plane and can defend the convoy by attacking the monster's legs causing it to trip. Alternatively, you can land the plane ahead of the monster, and activate the beta capsule to summon Ultraman. The game then becomes a beat-em-up, where Ultraman can walk, jump, punch and kick the opponent while your monstrous opponent tries to do the same to you. If the monster destroys a truck, then you lose a life. But once you have given the trucks enough time to reach their destination, you are able to activate your spacium ray which permanently disables your opponents. The levels then repeat until you have run out of lives.
Sega Pico - Released - March 3, 1997
Ultraman Tiga (ウルトラマンティガ) is an Ultraman-themed game for the Sega Pico.