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2999 Game Kids

2999 Game Kids

Sony Playstation - Released - December 23, 1999

2999 Game Kids [PlayStation Comic] is an interactive comic in which you control a character in the future. The game takes place in the year 2999 and the people are some kind of cyborgs. The game start when the player's character (a young kid) wakes up from big nightmare and some strange things starts to happen to him. The gameplay is the usual in the comic interactive but in this game there some parts of the game in which you control the character in a 3d graphics engine with a first person perspective.

3 Ninjas Kick Back / Hook

3 Ninjas Kick Back / Hook

Sega CD - Released - February 28, 1994

3 Ninjas Kick Back / Hook, for lack of a better name, is a compilation for the Sega Mega-CD released exclusively in North America. It contains CD versions of the Sega Mega Drive games 3 Ninjas Kick Back and Hook. 3 Ninjas Kick Back was never released as a stand-alone game for the Mega-CD, so the enhanced audio can only be found in this compilation. Furthermore it contains fully voiced video cutscenes that explains the current objective, as well as new first person 3D-style stages involving rollerblading and hanggliding, using the same engine as the Mega-CD versions of Cliffhanger and Batman...

3D Water Driver

3D Water Driver

Microsoft MSX - 1984

Addie No Okurimono: To Moze from Addie

Addie No Okurimono: To Moze from Addie

Sony Playstation - Released - February 3, 2000

Addie No Okurimono - To Moze from Addie is an adventure puzzle game made by Sony in 2000, the game features a story mode in which the player controls a female character that have to solve different kind of puzzle to advence through the adventure. During the game she also will find different characters to interact in a world with an interesting & unique atmosphere. The adventure part is in third perspective and the puzzle part is in first perspective. the gameplay is about moving different puzzle letter pieces to form the asked word. The game features a tutorial (in Japanese) to explain the...

Alibaba and 40 Thieves

Alibaba and 40 Thieves

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984

Ape Escape

Ape Escape

Sony Playstation - Released - June 18, 1999

Ape Escape served as a showcase title for the PlayStation's new DualShock controller. The player would use the left analog stick to move and the right stick to control various gadgets. The story of Ape Escape centers on a monkey named Specter who comes across one of the Professor's Pipo helmets. The helmet grants Specter an enormous intellect which he uses to mass produce the helmets and create an army of monkeys with which he plans to conquer time itself! The hero Spike must use his arsenal of special monkey catching gadgets invented by the Professor, travel back to various time periods, and...

Ape Escape 2

Ape Escape 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 30, 2003

Ape Escape 2 is the sequel to Ape Escape. In this platform game it's your goal to catch all the apes jumping, walking and flying around the diverse levels the game has to offer. A large arsenal of gadgets can be used to make it all a little easier, with the catching net being the most important weapons of them all. Other gadgets include a RC Car, to drive over monkey's and collect objects, an Ape Radar, to detect the nearest monkey, a baseball bat, to hit monkeys unconscious, and a magnet, to move certain objects in the maps. Your quest is to catch all monkeys in the levels and to stop...

Ape Escape 3

Ape Escape 3

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - May 6, 2006

Kei and Yumi take the lead as the new heroes. Their quest is to capture all 400 monkeys. You control either Kei or Yumi. The gameplay involves using various methods and weapons to catch them all. The game has many levels with different themes, such as a Haunted Castle, a Racing level, Jungle settings, TV studios and other settings. You can slow the animals down with various objects such as a stun club or a slingback shooter, and then you can capture them with a net. New to the series are the morphing abilities, eight in all. You can morph into various characters, like a knight and perform a...

Ape Escape Academy

Ape Escape Academy

Sony PSP - Released - December 30, 2004

Ape Escape Academy sees you taking on the role of one of the cheeky monkeys from the Ape Escape series. Choose your chimp, then prepare to tackle various classes in Academy Mode. Each 'class' is actually a mini-game. Your goal is to complete as many mini-games as possible from the 9x9 grid, and score as many lines as you can (sort of like Noughts and Crosses). Mini-games range from mind-bending quizzes to wacky sports games, to the just plain silly, like protecting a roast banana from oncoming apes, or flying through the sky delivering parachutes to plummeting primates. As you unlock games...

Ape Escape: On the Loose

Ape Escape: On the Loose

Sony PSP - Released - March 17, 2005

A remake of the first entry in the Ape Escape series, Ape Escape: On the Loose arrives on the PSP with multiplayer functionality and a variety of minigames. The adventure begins when Specter--a monkey-turned-maniacal-mastermind--and his army of monkeys travel back in time to change history and take over the world. Now it's up to you to pursue Specter and capture more than 200 monkeys in eight different worlds, which span more than 20 levels.

Aquanaut's Holiday

Aquanaut's Holiday

Sony Playstation - Released - June 29, 1995

The ocean is another world. Beneath the surface of the sea, all the sounds and the stress of society are muffled away to nothing. In Aquanaut's Holiday, the player takes the role of a renowned oceanographer has been pushed to the limit by the constant attention of the press, environmentalists, and the government. It's time to leave it all behind, on an open-ended mission to explore one of the last unmapped areas in the ocean and create a new coral reef there. The game is played entirely at the player's pace. The only real goals and time limits are those that the player sets. The main point...

Aquanaut's Holiday: Hidden Memories

Aquanaut's Holiday: Hidden Memories

Sony Playstation 3 - September 25, 2008

The actual story mode of the game can be compared to an adventure game. The main - unnamed - character is a journalist, in search of the missing oceanographer William "Bill" Graber. Using a submarine called the Dolphin no.2 you explore the seas for clues. The game takes place in Kisira Atoll, in Polynesia. An oceanographic research facility named Kisira Base is the starting point and where you always come back to, for supplies (such as batteries for sonar navigation buoys) and equipment. Two scientists work at the base, the young and dreamy Jessica Porter and the conservative chief...

Arc the Lad

Arc the Lad

Sony Playstation - Released - June 25, 2003

A girl named Kukuru lives in a village controlled by the Sacred Tribe - people who guard an ancient flame which contains a powerful spirit that was sealed in it many years ago. Kukuru must marry a man she doesn't love, and in order to avoid this marriage, she accepts the offer of the mayor: he asks her to extinguish the flame. As a result, the spirit awakes and threatens to destroy the world. A young adventurer named Arc arrives to the village at the same moment as Kukuru is standing frightened in front of the spirit. Arc immediately recognizes it - it was the murderer of his father! Before he...

Arc the Lad II

Arc the Lad II

Sony Playstation - Released - June 20, 1996

This direct sequel to "Arc the Lad" continues the unfinished story of the first game, but starts from a totally different perspective. You control a bounty-hunter named Elk, who suffers from amnesia. On his quest for his own true identity he discovers the powers hidden within him, and the destiny of his entire tribe. While pursuing his archenemy, Elk meets up with Arc, the hero of the first game, and then both realize they have been looking to destroy the very same evil. The battle system of "Arc the Lad II" is similar to the one used in its predecessor: in battles you can move your...

Arc the Lad III

Arc the Lad III

Sony Playstation - Released - October 28, 1999

The events of this game take place several years after Elk and Arc faced their ultimate enemy in "Arc the Lad II". You control Alec, a teenager whose entire village was destroyed by an unknown evil - an event that was later called "The Great Disaster". He was saved by a mysterious Hunter. Since then, growing peacefully in a village he was brought to, which was like a new home for the survivors of the Great Disaster, Alec dreams about meeting the Hunter again, and becoming a Hunter himself. Together with his best friend Lutz he tries his luck in nearby towns, receiving small Hunter jobs, until...

Athens 2004

Athens 2004

Sony Playstation 2 - July 14, 2004

With Athens 2004, you can capture all the spirit and emotion of the Olympic Games. The game lets you compete in four arcade and eight competition game modes, ranging from Practice to the Official Decathlon and Heptathlon combined events, while choosing one of 64 countries and 800 different characters. See what it's like to compete in some of the Olympic Games' most challenging sports, including athletics (track & field), aquatics (swimming), gymnastics, shooting, archery, weightlifting, and equestrian. Participate in such events as hurdles, long jump, pole vault, shot put, and more.

ATV Offroad Fury

ATV Offroad Fury

Sony Playstation 2 - February 5, 2001

Off-road racing game where you can choose from among 12 ATV models from manufacturers like Honda, Yamaha, and Kawasaki. You can even customize your rider's apparel and your ATV's specs before you enter into 6 event types spanning more than 20 tracks

ATV Offroad Fury 3

ATV Offroad Fury 3

Sony Playstation 2 - November 2, 2004

ATV Offroad Fury 3 features competitive off-road circuit racing gameplay, as well as freestyle-trick based gameplay. Games can be played single player, or local multiplayer with up to four players split-screen. Online play is also fully supported with additional features such as a bulletin board feature and friends lists. The core career mode centers around the player entering racing and freestyle championships. New tracks, vehicles and outfits can be unlocked along the way.

Baby Universe

Baby Universe

Sony Playstation - Released - June 20, 1997

Welcome to Baby Universe! Take your mind to another level, submerge your senses in kaleidoscopic light shows generated by any audio CD and controlled and styled by you. Baby Universe in an experiment in visuals. It consists of different worlds with digital kaleidoscopes. One of them, a 3D Kaleidoscope, is floating in space. You create visual effects by pressing buttons on the controller, to turn the different axes, bend and reflect light, and change the angle, with different background patterns. All your actions can be recorded and saved. In the jewel case, you select the objects to...

Backgammon

Backgammon

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984

A computer version of the classic board game Backgammon. The game board is displayed from a top down perspective. The game lets the player compete against a computer opponent or another player. The objective of the game is to be the first player to move all fifteen of their pieces off of the board. The typical rules of Backgammon apply. Players roll two dice (if a pair is rolled it becomes four for that turn with the extra two being a copy of the original pair) to move their pieces to an empty slot, a slot occupied by their own pieces, or a slot that contains only one of their opponents...

Battle Cross

Battle Cross

Microsoft MSX - 1984

A basic shooter where you fly a space ship and have to shoot fleets of ships that fly in from both sides of the screen and loop around in formation. While battling space ships you must avoid crashing on to a rock formations.

Beat Planet Music

Beat Planet Music

Sony Playstation - Released - January 20, 2000

New style rhythm action racing to play a musical instrument sound way between the cities of the world. You can play more than 100 original songs. Create a full sound system equipped with a sound editor, sound in the world gathered for a story game part, into a wider range of performance about to do. Effect has been enhanced functionality and features sampler. Beat Planet Music is, as the title would suggest, a rhythm action game. Each song represents a connection linking two cities; notes scroll down different lanes, and the the player must move their cursor from lane to lane and hit each...

Beyond the Beyond

Beyond the Beyond

Sony Playstation - Released - November 3, 1995

Beyond the Beyond gather warriors mages pirates and mystics ,, observe as they transform into more powerful class .. clerks evolve into high clerks monks into master monks and conjurers into mighty summers. unravel complex secrets in two rishly textured views .. explore in lush top-down isometric view and battle savage enemies in full 360 .frow stronger and smarter with each victory your swordmanship increses in power and your magic will swell with potent energy . use supreme magic to summon monsters and fatal storms hurl tormentors into another dimension . drown them in a boiling sea of fire.

Blood Lines

Blood Lines

Sony Playstation - Released - April 15, 1999

Set in the future, competitive sport is outlawed and becomes the pursuit of an underground network of the world's greatest athletes. Inspired by the nations of old, they form clans and engage each other in tribal combat to protect the honour of their blood-lines. There can be only one winner. Control one of the clans, and fight to the death in a last-man-standing battle against multiple opponents. The environments allow for roaming and hiding, allowing players to tactically attack and run away to evade attack. Weapons can be found, used and recharged across the arena. The gameplay...

Bloodborne

Bloodborne

Sony Playstation 4 - March 24, 2015

Face your fears as you search for answers in the ancient city of Yharnam, now cursed with a strange endemic illness spreading through the streets like wildfire. Danger, death and madness lurk around every corner of this dark and horrific world, and you must discover its darkest secrets in order to survive. A Terrifying New World: Journey to a horror-filled gothic city where deranged mobs and nightmarish creatures lurk around every corner. Strategic Action Combat: Armed with a unique arsenal of weaponry, including guns and saw cleavers, you'll need wits, strategy and reflexes to take down...

Bloody Roar

Bloody Roar

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1997

BLOODY ROAR pits eight fighters with unique "Spirit Animals" against each other. Don't just beat your opponents; pummel them into the ground by using combo after combo, or transforming into the character's "Spirit Animal," which might be a killer rabbit, gorilla, fox, or something else, entirely. See the moment of victory with instant replays that show the blow that put the loser down for good. Every fighter is involved in the tournament for his or her own reasons, and you can play as each of the characters to learn those reasons. With all of the action in BLOODY ROAR, the beast in you just...

Bloody Roar 2

Bloody Roar 2

Sony Playstation - Released - April 30, 1999

Transform and do battle as a human-animal hybrid in this classic 3D fighting game! Put your strength to the test and fight your way to the top! The hook of the Bloody Roar series is that your combatants can transform into animalistic versions of themselves -- human-animal hybrids with a thirst for violence. During each round you can fight as a person or transform into a beast when your meter fills up. As an animal you'll have more moves at your disposal with which to destroy your opponent.

Bogey: Dead 6

Bogey: Dead 6

Sony Playstation - Released - August 6, 1996

Imagine flying through the canyons and passes of a mountain range when suddenly a squadron of Soviet Migs drops out of the sky. It is up to you to save America and destroy the Communist threat as you buzz through the mountains to find the Migs and blow them out of the sky. That is the kind of action found in BOGEY: Dead 6, which brings all of the action and excitement of PC flight simulators to the PlayStation. Take on 12 missions in expansive 3D environments and destroy enemies on land, in the sea, and in the air. After completing a mission, a new plane becomes available, expanding your...

Bram Stoker's Dracula

Bram Stoker's Dracula

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1993

Bram Stoker's Dracula is the title given to a number of games based on the 1992 film of the same name. Gameplay for each game varies greatly from platform to platform, but they all retain a similar plot based on the movie. The 16-bit console versions are side-scrolling hack-and-slash games. The player controls a young lawyer named Jonathan Harker. Harker must free himself from Dracula's capture, follow him to London, and end his reign of terror.

Brightis

Brightis

Sony Playstation - Released - October 14, 1999

Brightis is a 3d action adventure game that takes place in a fantasy world where the people have discovered an ancient ruin and dug out a magical stone. They mistakenly unseal the gate of evil and release a heap of devils onto the world. You must search out 4 mysterious stones that have the power to re-seal the gate. Players will take on the role of a soldier, Al Ted, the only survivor of a devastated militia, and they'll have to confront the evil forces that destroyed his army. The game is developed as a "survival-action RPG," and is fully polygonal, with 3D characters and backgrounds....

A Bug's Life: Activity Centre

A Bug's Life: Activity Centre

Sony Playstation - Released - December 1, 1999

Laugh and play through the fun-filled world of A Bug's Life! In this exciting Activity Centre from Disney you can take part in loads of fun activities, puzzles and games as well as learn fascinating facts about bugs - all from a bug's point of view! Features: First person perspective 2D Graphics Cartoon Graphics Fantasy theme.

Bushido Blade

Bushido Blade

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1997

Bushido Blade is a unique fighting game, in that Square did away with health bars, special meters, and other traditional gimmicks and allowed for battles to be won with a single hit. This realism made the game a fan favorite among certain groups. Players select from among six ninja, each of a different fighting style and attributes. Players also choose equipment from among eight weapons, including Japanese swords, European blades, naginata and a sledgehammer.

Bushido Blade 2

Bushido Blade 2

Sony Playstation - Released - February 28, 1998

Bushido Blade 2 takes place sometime after the events in the original game and is also a weapon fighting game without health bars, power displays, or over-the-top special maneuvers. The game features the Story Mode, Versus Mode and Slash mode present in the original game as well as a new tournament mode, where the two sides face each other with shinai and other bamboo weapons in a kendo like ring. Fighters have different styles (including some with two sword nito and iaijutsu styles) and there are many weapons to choose from (although the hammer has been replaced with the yari spear). The...

Buzz! Brain Bender

Buzz! Brain Bender

Sony PSP - Released - November 28, 2008

Buzz!: Brain Bender contains 16 brain-bending mini-games across four categories: Analysis, Observation, Memory and Calculation. By taking the tests medals can be earned in each game. Boffin Awards can be collected and progress can be compared with friends.

Buzz! Junior: Jungle Party

Buzz! Junior: Jungle Party

Sony Playstation 2 - October 2, 2007

Take control of a mischievous monkey to challenge your friends and become "King of the Jungle." Use the Buzz! Buzzers to take part in the fast, fun and frantic action. Mini-games galore: Risk your neck in a lions mouth, pelt coconuts at menacing tortoises or enjoy some "farty" time when relaxing in the jungle Jacuzzi (but beware of the head bashing gorilla!).

Buzz! Master Quiz

Buzz! Master Quiz

Sony PSP - Released - September 23, 2008

Packing over 5,000 questions on topics including music, celebrities, TV, sport, science, nature, movies and more, Buzz! PSP puts gamer’s knowledge to the test at home or on the move. With six new round types specifically designed for PSP including the speed-is-of-the-essence 'Quickfire Challenge', the picture-puzzler 'Picture This' and the mind-boggling 'Virus Challenge', each round also comes complete with pictures and videos . The focus of Buzz! has always been on social gaming and the PSP version is no different, with three exciting multiplayer modes ideal to play with friends and...

C-12: Final Resistance

C-12: Final Resistance

Sony Playstation - Released - July 23, 2002

C-12: Final Resistance is set in the aftermath of a hostile ground invasion of Earth by ravaging alien forces. At first, the purpose of the invasion is unknown, but to the horror of all surviving humans, the objective soon becomes clear: the aliens plan to harvest all non-radioactive carbon from planet Earth (thus the title C-12). Most of the human race has been decimated, and those captured alive are used for "droning," the process by which the aliens reprogram humans into cyborg warriors. It is up to you, playing as resistance fighter Riley Vaughan, to save the Earth from impending...

Carnage Heart

Carnage Heart

Sony Playstation - Released - January 22, 1997

Carnage Heart is a video game for the PlayStation, developed by Artdink. Its gameplay is a mecha-based, turn-based strategy game, where the player takes the role of a commander in a war fought by robots. The robots, called Overkill Engines (OKEs), cannot be directly controlled in battle; they must be programmed beforehand to behave in a certain way under certain conditions using a flow diagram system.

Carol the Dark Angel

Carol the Dark Angel

Sony Playstation - Released - April 2, 1998

Carol The Dark Angel [PlayStation Comic Vol.2] is an interactive comic book Playstation game designed by Syufo Itahashi that takes place in Grillet City in the year 2018 where a boy that is a drug seller get involved into a war between the god hero called the Dark Angel and an evil cult. The first time that the boy and the Dark Angel meet is on a dark alley when he find 2 corpses and after that they meet again after the boy go out of the police station and get involved in a battle between the Dark Angel and a robot bug sent by the evil cult. The gameplay is an interactive comic book in...

Champions of Norrath

Champions of Norrath

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 10, 2004

Champions of Norrath is a third-person dungeon crawler based on the EverQuest universe. There are five character classes to choose from (Barbarian Warrior, Wood Elf Ranger, High Elf Cleric, Dark Elf Shadow Knight, Erudite Wizard), each may be male or female. The game spans five acts that cover various randomly-generated locations across the world of Norrath. Up to four people may play on a single console offline using a multitap, and up to four people online - one per console - via a broadband connection using the Sony Network Adapter.

Champions: Return to Arms

Champions: Return to Arms

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 7, 2005

The sequel to Champions of Norrath, Champions: Return to Arms is an action RPG that puts players in the EverQuest universe. The evil Innoruuk was destroyed and his remains (shards) have been scattered throughout the Planes of Power. The player must find the shards and choose between good or evil: Destroy them to rid of Innoruuk or collect them to restore him. The game has seven playable races (two new ones from the original) and more online features. Players can import characters from the first game. It can be played single-player or with up to four players (online or with multitap).

Choplifter

Choplifter

Microsoft MSX - 1984

In Choplifter, the player assumes the role of a combat helicopter pilot. The player attempts to save hostages being held in prisoner of war camps in territory ruled by the evil Bungeling Empire. The player must collect the hostages and transport them safely to the nearby friendly base, all the while fighting off hostile tanks and other enemy combatants.[3] According to the backstory, the helicopter parts were smuggled into the country described as "mail sorting equipment."

Circadia

Circadia

Sony Playstation - Released - January 14, 1999

Circadia is a first person perspective adventure game with rpg elements in the battle parts. The game begins when Hiroki Katayama (the main character of the game) arrives an underwater city and as soon as his plane arrives at the airport he meet the spirit of a mysterious woman. After that he meets Yumi Asakura for the first time. A little later he meets his uncle and he takes him to his apartment. Since that day his life will change forever. When he arrives at his uncle apartment, at night he meet an strange creature that will be with him all the game, and tells him that the world is in...

Cliffhanger

Cliffhanger

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1993

Based on the white-knuckle action-adventure movie starring Sylvester Stallone, Cliffhanger challenges you to brave thundering avalanches, icy cliffs, and the head-spinning heights of the Rocky Mountains while you combat a vicious group of well-armed, extremely dangerous fugitives. You'll hang on for dear life through 7 exciting levels requiring all your strength and skill just to survive. Experience wild new forms of game play like mountain climbing and cave exploration, along with all the excitement of all the incredible hand-to-hand and armed combat action. The adventure isn't over until you...

Cliffhanger

Cliffhanger

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1993

Standard side-scrolling fighter based off of the Stallone film of the same name. Sly must fight thugs and the elements as he tracks down suitcases of stolen cash dropped around the peaks of the Rockies.

Coaster Race

Coaster Race

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1986

Race game on a coaster ramp. Use your driving skills to make it through the steeply banked turns and the great 360° loop. Your on your way to beat the current fastest time!

Computer Billiards

Computer Billiards

Microsoft MSX - July 2, 1985

The game is in fact "Konami's Billiards" but released by Sony under the title Computer Billiards. Computer Billiards is a pool simulations game. Pocket ball, one of the most famous versions of billiards in the world, is now available on your computer screen. Discover the excitement of balls colliding, the silence and concentration of the billiard room. This game has a dual player mode.

Computer Othello

Computer Othello

Microsoft MSX

Computer Pachinko

Microsoft MSX - March 2, 1984

The Con

The Con

Sony PSP - Released - October 18, 2005

The Con is a fighting game featuring 20 different characters as well as the ability to create-a-fighter with the ability to use face-mapping from the players photo collection. The player competes in fights and tournaments to earn money and pay off debts to a lone shark, but not only can the player win fights to earn money, but they can take a dive in a fixed fight while trying not to show to the crowd that it was rigged. Players can also bet against their own matches. Players can also customize their fighters, tweaking their fighting stats with upgrade points acquired through fights, they...

Cool Boarders

Cool Boarders

Sony Playstation - Released - December 31, 1996

The first title in the long-running PlayStation snowboarding series. Imagine riding down the slopes, avoiding the trees and trying to hit the jumps. When you catch enough air, you grab your board, twist, and land a perfect trick. Choose from several different riders and 10 boards, and then hit one of the five courses. On each track you can earn three different trophies: one trophy is awarded for getting down the hill in the quickest time; catch big air to pull off big tricks to earn the highest trick point trophy; or win the final trophy by getting the highest total score, which is...

Cool Boarders 2

Cool Boarders 2

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1997

Cool Boarders 2 features four stock riders and six stock tracks. Many more are available as you progress through the game or unlock them with codes or secrets. This installment of the Cool Boarders series features a split screen "Vs" mode, where two human players can race each other. It also features a one person race option, to race against up to six CPU controlled players. The tracks all vary in length and challenge level. There is also a half pipe, Boardpark level and a Trick Master Run with continuous jumps and a tutorial to teach you all the moves. The move list in Cool Boarders 2...

Cool Boarders 3

Cool Boarders 3

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1998

Race at thunderous speeds while carving through fresh powder on a wide range of gut wrenching courses. Encounter razor sharp turns, intimidating jumps, enormous moguls, treacherous ice and countless obstacles! Pull off killer tricks like "Mistys," "Melancholys," "Methods," "Stiffys," and"Japan Air," plus thousands of combos of flips, spins and grabs. All new fighting allows you to punch your opponent while racing. Lifelike boarders carve through courses textured to perfection illustrating amazing detail to rocks, bumps, ice, jumps, canyons and cliffs. The most breathtaking mountain views this...

CounterSpy

CounterSpy

Sony Playstation 3 - August 20, 2014

CounterSpy is a side-scrolling stealth video game developed by Dynamighty.[2] It was published by Sony Computer Entertainment as a cross-buy and cross-save title for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.[3] An Android and iOS release is planned for an unknown date. The games received a mixture of average and positive reviews. It was mostly praised for the art and soundtrack of the game.

CounterSpy

CounterSpy

Sony Playstation 4 - August 20, 2014

CounterSpy is a side-scrolling stealth video game developed by Dynamighty.[2] It was published by Sony Computer Entertainment as a cross-buy and cross-save title for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.[3] An Android and iOS release is planned for an unknown date. The games received a mixture of average and positive reviews. It was mostly praised for the art and soundtrack of the game.

CounterSpy

CounterSpy

Sony Playstation Vita - August 20, 2014

CounterSpy is a side-scrolling stealth video game developed by Dynamighty.[2] It was published by Sony Computer Entertainment as a cross-buy and cross-save title for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.[3] An Android and iOS release is planned for an unknown date. The games received a mixture of average and positive reviews. It was mostly praised for the art and soundtrack of the game.

Crazy Train

Crazy Train

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1983

The player is a lineman for the Crazy Train railroad. The player has to switch the tracks before the train derails or crashes. Further more, the player must avoid enemy trains and try to get them crash head-on.

Damdam Stompland

Damdam Stompland

Sony Playstation - Released - April 12, 1997

DamDam Stompland is a party game using a plethora of zany characters from the anime hero Dam Dam to a fish head on legs. The most peculiar thing about the game is the gameplay to win the bout you have to to jump on the other player shadow (that way his energy decreases). The view is like in a Bomberman game (top perspective). The game got 3 game modes: - Travel mode: Sort of a story mode. - Vs Mode: Fight against a computer opponent or another human player. - Free Mode: Not very different from vs mode...

Dark Cloud

Dark Cloud

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - May 28, 2001

Dark Cloud is set within a fantastic world with two moons called Terra. The world is made of two main continents referred to as the East and West. The eastern continent has a focus on technology, and the civilization is advanced whereas the western continent is less so, and its people prefer to "live in harmony with nature". On the western continent are settlements that were sealed away by the Fairy King during the attack by the Dark Genie and where the game primarily takes place; Norune, Matataki, Brownboo, Queens, Muska Lacka and a settlement on one of Terra's moons, Yellow Drops (Brownboo...

Dark Cloud 2

Dark Cloud 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 18, 2003

As a young inventor, you are called upon to search the dangerous dungeons, battle evil monsters and re-claim towns and cities. By fighting your way through the various dungeons, you must find various ores hidden away. With these ores, you can determine which parts you need to re-build a town. It is up to you to find or create the parts needed to build the various buildings of each town, as well various other parts to each town. During your adventure, you can also take pictures of various items. Once you have a certain amount, you can then come up with ideas for an invention that will aid...

Destruction Derby RAW

Destruction Derby RAW

Sony Playstation - Released - June 1, 2000

The third Destruction Derby title on PSX brings all new action to the race track. A new 3D collision detection system allows for bigger chrashes and larger pile-ups, while with new Destruction Combo moves, you can trash the enemy in many more ways. Game modes include Wreckin' Racing, Smash 4 $, and Battle. Wreckin' Racing has you racing for survival through the usual set of racing tracks, each with obstacles and hidden shortcuts. Every race you win opens up a new track. Smash 4 $ has you using every trick in the book to take out the other cars on the track. The more you take out, and the...

Destruction Derby: Arenas

Destruction Derby: Arenas

Sony Playstation 2 - April 1, 2004

The PS1 Destruction Derby titles would put you in the seat of a high powered vehicle, in either an arena or a track, and the target was to race to the finish, while causing as much destruction to the other cars as possible. Now comes the PS2 sequel. Because this is now on the PS2, the capabilities are much higher, so now there is a vastly improved graphics engine, physics engine, and levels. There are now loads of online play modes to try, with up to 19 other racers online with you, and now, the crashes are bigger than ever.

Dig A-Dig Pukka

Dig A-Dig Pukka

Sony Playstation - Released - December 7, 2000

A digital pet (also known as a virtual pet or artificial pet is a type of artificial human companion. They are usually kept for companionship or enjoyment. People may keep a digital pet in lieu of a real pet. Digital pets can be "simulations of real animals, as in the Petz series" or "fantasy ones like the Tamagotchi". Unlike biological simulations, the pet does not usually reproduce. They generally do not die. In Dig a-Dig Pukka (Kokohore! Pukka: Dig a-Dig Pukka) the player controls a miner robotic pet that will explore the lands searching for rare minerals and gems. In his jobs he will...

Disney's Magical Tetris Challenge

Disney's Magical Tetris Challenge

Sony Playstation - Released - November 26, 1999

Magical Tetris Challenge featuring Mickey is a wonderful puzzle game for the whole family. With the intricate puzzles of Tetris and the magical appeal of Mickey Mouse, Capcom has created a game that families can enjoy together. The puzzle elements can be set on easy for a novice or young person and on expert for that jaded gamer called mom or dad. This is no boring kids game: it is fast, fun and furious puzzle action with a soft edge. In the adventure mode the player must choose a Disney character to play. Then, you will race the other cartoon characters in a scavenger hunt for coins that...

Dog's Life

Dog's Life

Sony Playstation 2 - September 14, 2004

In Dog's Life you play Jake the puppy, as he explores the USA in an attempt to foil a fiendish plot. Miss Peaches doesn't like dogs, and sees them as a way of making money, by dog-napping Daisy the pedigree dog. The dog elements are closely integrated into the game - smells are indicated by lines of coloured smoke, emphasising a dog's acute sense of smell. Locating footprints is also done via this Smellovision mode. Tricks can be learnt, and used to win treats from humans. Jake must explore vast environments and interact with 15 breeds of dog. The aim is to get them onto his side, which...

Dorodon

Dorodon

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984

You are in control of a guy wearing blue pants that attempts to run around in an pac-man style maze collecting question marks, fruits and other items and avoiding monsters. The walls of the maze can flip and you can avoid the monsters or locking them in. All walls will flip if you grab one of the whirlwind symbols. Don't get caught in the fire.

E.I.

E.I.

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1983

This is an important game for the shooters-genre on the MSX-system, because this is the first game in which the enemy forces react to your actions, although not on the same level as in Zanac, instead of just following a simple procedure. This "intelligence" system would be worked out far better in the Zanac and Aleste games. Some Zanac and Aleste enemies can already be seen here.

Entwined

Entwined

Sony Playstation 4 - June 9, 2014

Entwined is a video game developed by Pixelopus, a studio which consists of former game design students and is part of SCE Worldwide Studios, for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. The game was announced at Sony's E3 media briefing on June 9, 2014 and was released worldwide on the PlayStation Store for the PlayStation 4 on the same day. The PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita version are set to be released approximately a month later, and since Entwined is a cross-buy title, these two versions are available at no extra cost for anyone who has purchased the PlayStation 4...

Epidemic

Epidemic

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1996

The sequel to Kileak: The DNA Imperative, Epidemic drops players into a world plagued by a deadly disease: The Gigari virus. Having spread across the globe, it has forced the remnants of human civilization into hiding underground. Home to humanity is Neural City, which is controlled by the Byflos Group, who hold the threat of shutting off all life support over the heads of the city's denizens. As Masao Coda, a member of the Del Sol liberation group, you must use your Protect Armor suit to engage the Byflos Group and its many robotic minions, rescue your infected girlfriend from certain death...

ESPN Baseball Tonight

ESPN Baseball Tonight

Sega CD - Released - 1994

ESPN Baseball Tonight is a baseball game with both exhibition and playoff modes. Other modes included are both practice (both pitching and batting) and Home Run Derby modes. The game contains 28 real MLB teams but no actual players. Gameplay options include being able to turn errors on or off and to have assisted fielding on or off.

ESPN Baseball Tonight

ESPN Baseball Tonight

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - May 1, 1994

Step up to the plate with ESPN Baseball Tonight, the most realistic, fast-paced arcade style baseball game ever created. Featuring all 28 Major League Baseball teams and unprecedented access to ESPN studios, this game puts you in the center of action during a live ESPN baseball broadcast. Exceptional player control and game options make this the ultimate baseball simulation for your Super NES.

ESPN National Hockey Night

ESPN National Hockey Night

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

Now you and up to three friends can face off for an entire 84-game NHL season, including the Stanley Cup Playoffs and NHL Skills Challenge. Featuring the ultra-realistic ESPN look and feel, you can choose from two viewpoints during game play. Make on-ice line changes and save every game and player stats, thanks to battery back-up. Some 2,000 frames of body checks, slap shots and breakaways make you feel like you're into a real ESPN hockey broadcast. ESPN National Hockey Night - everything else is just practice.

ESPN National Hockey Night

ESPN National Hockey Night

Sega CD - Released - 1994

ESPN National Hockey Night was one of the many hockey games released back in the day. This one featured all the NHL teams for its time, but lacked an official players license.

ESPN Speed World

ESPN Speed World

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1994

You've got the pedal to the metal. Your 5-liter turbo-charged modified street machine is screaming down the straightaway at 200 mph. Now you're drafting right on the tail of your nemesis. Suddenly you sling-shot past for the lead, blowing into the backstretch and full blast into the tightest corner of the track. Welcome to ESPN SPEEDWORLD, the highest octane stock car racing simulator ever created. It leaves the competition in the pits.

ESPN Sunday Night NFL

ESPN Sunday Night NFL

Sega CD - Released - 1994

ESPN Sunday Night NFL was one of the many football games released back in the day. It features all 28 official NFL teams and their respective logos, but doesn't feature a license from the NFLPA, so there are no actual players names in the game.

Everybody's Gone to the Rapture

Everybody's Gone to the Rapture

Sony Playstation 4 - August 11, 2015

Deep within the Shropshire countryside, the village of Yaughton stands empty. Toys lie forgotten in the playground, the wind blows quarantine leaflets around the silent churchyard. Down on Appleton’s farm, crops rustle untended, the early harvest abandoned halfway through. The birds lie where they have fallen. A pair of shoes hang from the overhead wires. The windmill continues to turn unobserved. Strange voices haunt the radio waves as uncollected washing hangs listlessly on the line. There is light in the wires. The televisions are tuned to vacant channels. Above it all, the telescopes of...

Extra Innings

Extra Innings

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1992

The eye-popping new 16-bit "Extra Innings" for your Super NES puts you in the batter's box, on the pitcher's mound, even in the manager's shoes. There's never been a baseball game like it. You control it all. Runners steal, outfielders make diving catches, and pitchers throw everything from smoke to forkballs. But watch out when your pitcher starts wiping his brow - it could be a sign he's starting to tire. "Extra Innings." It beats anything you've ever played.

EyeToy: Play

EyeToy: Play

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 4, 2003

EyeToy: Play is a video game for the PlayStation 2, released in 2003. It was the first game to make use of the PlayStation 2's video camera accessory, EyeToy. The game was initially packaged with the EyeToy when the accessory was first released It features twelve mini-games to choose from. This game, and all other EyeToy titles, are played by moving one's body. The motion is detected by the USB camera. The software recognizes pixel changes in the video image and compares the proximity of the change to other game objects to play the game. Users who get a high score get to take a photo to tease...

EyeToy: Play 3

EyeToy: Play 3

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 9, 2005

EyeToy: Play 3 contains a set of over 50 different games you can play with the help of a USB camera connected to Playstation 2. Amount of players can vary from 1-4 players and the game is suitable for people of all ages. EyeToy: Play 3 provides single player challenges such as Ghost Grab where you enter a ghost house and try to catch ghosts while trying to avoid objects thrown at you and Boot Camp where you try to pass the different challenges thrown at you such as running through an obstacle course or following sergeants orders. Additionally, for someone preferring slightly less intense...

Family Boxing: MSX Title Match

Family Boxing: MSX Title Match

Microsoft MSX2 - January 1, 1988

Ring King is a boxing game in which the action in the ring is viewed in a 3D top-down view and a full range of moves is provided, with the standard jabs complimented by body punches and the ability to dodge, duck or raise your guard. Each punch weakens your opponent's strength which can slightly recover during a round break. A rain of well placed blows can produce a quick knockout, but normally you must hit your opponent many times before he goes down. The game has three play modes. There is training mode to train your player before you enter a tournament. A ranking mode where you can...

Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake

Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake

Sony PSP - May 4, 2010

Fast-paced and strategic, Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake pits two hordes of players against each other in a comic medieval battle on the PSP. The player's goal is to rescue a beloved princess from the enemy castle. There is a catch, though; the adversary has been feeding her magical cake to make her heavier to carry. Therefore, it will take much of the army working together to carry her across the battlefield. Team balance and strategy is crucial in Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake because players can switch between five different character classes, literally, at the drop of a hat. The name of the...

Fatal Frame

Fatal Frame

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 13, 2001

Miku Hinasaki is young girl with a strange sixth sense. Her brother, Mafuyu, and his mentor, Junsei Takamine, went to investigate a mansion that once was inhabited by a powerful landowner who had absolute control over the area. Unfortunately, they never returned from their investigation. Miku enters the mansion, armed with only an antique camera given to her by her deceased mother, to try to find her brother. While inside the mansion, Miku will encounter ghosts and other spiritual apparitions. In order to overcome these spirits and survive, she must use the magical camera to capture the...

Final Fantasy XI Online

Final Fantasy XI Online

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - May 16, 2002

Final Fantasy XI, also known as Final Fantasy XI Online, is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game, the first to offer cross-platform play between PlayStation 2 and personal computer. It was also the Xbox 360's first MMORPG. All versions of the game require a monthly subscription to play. The setting of Final Fantasy XI is the world of Vana'diel, a rich world with diverse climates, ranging from northern glaciers and southern deserts, to ethereal realms and sky landmasses. Ancient lore states that Vana'diel was created as a playground for the Gods and their children, who...

Firebugs

Firebugs

Sony Playstation - Released - August 3, 2002

Welcome to the Firebugs racing season, where teams of different worlds send their best racer to compete for fame and glory. Play as Gismo, Karrie, Zero, BOW or Kami - each with a background story, unique special weapon, and alternate vehicle designs that can be unlocked. You race in five distinct worlds: a group of linked islands (Archipelago), a droid factory (Droid Gardens), a desert wasteland (Terrian Dunes), an industrial area (Sky Port) and a wealthy city (Aerial City). While racing, the personal weapon is stored in the left weapon bay. Random weapons that can be picked up by all racers...

Fired Up

Fired Up

Sony PSP - September 1, 2009

Fired Up is a vehicular combat game available on the PlayStation Portable which supports up to eight players. The game features a demo of Wipeout Pure. The game features three places and five playable drivers. Fired up features game sharing and downloadable levels. It is an advancement on the 2003 PlayStation 2 game Hardware: Online Arena.

Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball

Flipnic: Ultimate Pinball

Sony Playstation 2 - July 12, 2005

A pinball game with multiple twists. Flipnic isn't your basic pinball game, it's a psychedelic trip through fantastic land of pinball. The game features multiple tables in which the player must complete a given set of tasks before she can proceed to the next level. Each of the "tables" consists of many smaller playing areas and every one has some gimmick in them. For example, one must first freeze the waterfall and then destroy the ice and climb a mountain behind it. All this using only the paddles and the ball.

flOw

Sony PSP - March 6, 2008

flOw is a game about piloting an aquatic organism through a surreal biosphere where players consume other organisms, evolve, and dive into the abyss. With an embedded design of DDA (dynamic difficulty adjustment), players with differing skill levels can intuitively customize their game experience and enjoy the game at their own pace. You can play as one of 5 creatures, each in a unique environment. Lose yourself in the crisp “deep blue” in full HD at 1080p and 5.1 Surround Sound. Use the SIXAXIS motion sensors on the DUALSHOCK wireless controllers for an organic experience that will allow...

Forbidden Siren 2

Forbidden Siren 2

Sony Playstation 2 - February 9, 2006

Like its predecessor, Forbidden Siren 2 is divided into numerous scenarios, organized chronologically in a table called the "Link Navigator". In order to complete a scenario, the player must accomplish a primary mission objective that usually involves reaching an exit point, subduing certain enemies (called "Shibito" and "Yamibito"), or finding an item. Objectives in different scenarios are interconnected via a butterfly effect, and a character's actions in one scenario can trigger a secondary objective in another.

Formula One 2001

Formula One 2001

Sony Playstation 2 - September 24, 2001

Only 22 drivers on the planet possess the talent and skill to pilot an F1 car. Are you one of them? Hungry for raw power, lightning-fast acceleration, and white-knuckle cornering? Then take a seat in the cockpit of a real F1 car and feel the rush of turning on a dime or going from 0 to 100 MPH in the time it takes you to read this line.

Formula One 2002

Formula One 2002

Sony Playstation 2 - November 1, 2002

Formula One 2002 is a Driving game, developed by Studio Liverpool and published by SCEE, which was released in Europe in 2002.

Frequency

Frequency

Sony Playstation 2 - November 20, 2001

A rhythm and music game -- played using audio triggers instead of visual triggers. The goal is to piece together each track of a song within a certain time period; not piecing enough tracks together loses the round. To piece together each track of a song, you use the controller buttons to try to hit marks laid out on the track as they pass underneath your marker. Complete a track, then move onto the next one. Once you have completed each track, you are free to jam and mix freely with all tracks of the song in bass, rhythm, vocals, etc. Each song is broken down into 8 tracks and there are...

Fury 3

Fury 3

Windows - August 31, 1995

In Fury 3, one of the earliest games native to Windows 95, you pilot a fighter spacecraft and shoot lots of bad guys. It's fast paced, and there isn't a whole lot more to it. But that's ok, because, for the era, it was quite good, and it's still fun today.

Gall Force: Defense of Chaos

Gall Force: Defense of Chaos

Microsoft MSX - Released - January 1, 1986

Shoot'em'up based on the science fiction anime OVA. Two advanced civilizations, the amoeba-like Paranoids and the all-women Solnoids, are waging a war that has gone on for many centuries. When the Solnoid fleet leaves a battle to defend an experimentally terraformed world from the Paranoids, one damaged Solnoid ship is separated from the fleet. This ship is a Kularis-class Cruiser named the Star Leaf. Aboard the ship are only seven women: Captain Eluza, Rabby, Pilot Lufy, Officer Catty, Pony, Patty, and Remy.

Ganbare Morikawa-kun 2nd Pet in TV

Ganbare Morikawa-kun 2nd Pet in TV

Sony Playstation - Released - May 23, 1997

Pet in TV is an original (and quite bizzare) PlayStation game, where the user takes control of a virtual pet. (A more complex version of the Tamagotchi). The player can choose from a selection of PiTs and name it. It is then up to the player to nurture their PiT and allow it to explore the 3D world, learning from it's encounters with scenery and objects through trial-and-error. Once these behaviours are learn, the PiT will know how to respond to those objects in the future (such as a Flower, or a Spike). Whenever the PiT becomes injured, or tired, returning it to it's home will allow Dr. Y...

Gangway Monsters

Gangway Monsters

Sony Playstation - Released - October 15, 1998

Gangway Monsters is a 3d fighting game in the style of gameplay of the Beyblade serie, but isntead of using a disc for the battles in this game the player controls monsters. The game plot is about a strange rock that falls from the sky that got mysterious powers and that allows a scientific to create monsters. The people compete in championships using those monsters that they can upgrade buy different parts of the discs where they combat, etc. To become the master of monsters the player will have to defeat opponents in 3 different classes (C, B & A). In the combats the player have to...

Gekisou Tomarunner

Gekisou Tomarunner

Sony Playstation - Released - July 22, 1999

Tomarunner is a foot-racing game where your opponents include a robot, a kappa, an angel, a masked roller-skater, and a boy with Big Boy hair. You run around a variety of tracks including mines, buddhist temples, busy streets, hotels, beaches, and castles, busily shoving your enemies out of the way while bouncing off the walls and flinging yourself around with vertical and horizontal bars and flying through people's living rooms all in the name of finding a shortcut. Weapons include heat seaking missiles, mines, and super-bouncy balls. Various items on the track include speed boosts,...

The Getaway

The Getaway

Sony Playstation 2 - December 11, 2002

Mark Hammond is an ex-gangster who wants to forget his past and live honestly with his wife and little son. Everything goes horribly wrong when London's most vicious criminal, the organized crime boss Charlie Jolson, decides that he needs Mark's services and obtains them in a twisted and cruel way: Mark's wife is murdered, he is framed for this murder, and his child gets kidnapped. Jolson makes it clear: unless Mark does what he orders him to do, the boy dies. Using the helpless man in his plan to bring down other criminal organizations of the city, Jolson sends Mark on suicidal missions...

The Getaway: Black Monday

The Getaway: Black Monday

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 11, 2005

It's going to be a day to remember for Sgt Mitchell. His first shift back on the MET's Organised Crime Squad begins with a dawn raid on a council estate that turns nasty. The next 48 hours will put him against the suspicions of his team mates, a new ruthless wave of crime and the most powerful man in London. Meanwhile on the other side of the city, amateur boxer Eddie O'Conner is in severe trouble. The bank job went horribly wrong, his small-time crew has been wiped out and his only ally in this whole mess is Sam, a teenage thief more comfortable with nicking laptops than gang violence....

Global Force

Global Force

Sony Playstation - Released - March 11, 1999

Global Force is a tactical RPG in which the player takes the role of the members of the Global Force a organization that defends the peace in the planet against different enemy armies. The game is a tactical rpg in which the player got a limited number of units that can use in each turn and those unit got a limited range of movements. There are different vehicles like planes, tanks and others to use.

God of War

God of War

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 22, 2005

This action/adventure/combat game makes powerful use of the darkly imaginative world of Ancient Greek mythology, where the realms of the mortal and the divine collide in a pervasive atmosphere of brute force and violence. Playing as Kratos, throughout the game players will wield double blades bound to his body by long chains, weapons symbolic of this vicious world to which he is bound and the fate from which he seeks to escape. Featuring an hour of cinematic sequences and a deep combat system incorporating context-sensitive actions and an extensive range of combos, GOD OF WAR takes players...

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