NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - March 22, 1991
This is an enhanced version of 1943: The Battle of Midway, with most of the graphics and sounds reworked. There are also changes in the weapons and the inclusion of anachronical items such as laser-firing WWII planes and ships that run on ground. The player controls a biplane Boeing Stearman E75 N68828 instead of the P-38. The PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16 adaptation adds some original levels to those from the arcade version, as well as animated intermissions.
WonderSwan - Released - December 29, 1999
You are a young man who lives in Japan and likes driving trucks. There is a competition of truck drivers who deliver goods all across the country. Willing to impress your girlfriend Yukie, you decide to participate in the races and to win the title of the best trucker in Japan. Dekotora is short for "decorated truck", and this racing game consists not only of driving your truck through the highway, trying to be faster than your rivals, but also of buying various stuff for your truck and decorating it. Depending on your results in the races, you can buy truck parts and customize it the way...
Sega Saturn - Released - June 2, 1995
Try to gain control of the underworld in Battle Monsters. You must choose from a variety of monsters, and then enter one-on-one combat. Twelve characters are available (from a human/bird hybrid to a headless creature) with each having its own set of special moves, like juggling opponents in the air, and pit monster against monster. Fight through several different places where each level's background is made up of multiple levels, allowing combatants to jump from one platform to another with two attack buttons and two jump buttons controlling the action.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - September 22, 2000
Boku no Camp-jou is a strategy/breeding game for the Game Boy Color platform. It was never released outside of Japan.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - August 10, 1989
Break In is a pool simulator for the PC Engine that was developed and published by Naxat Soft. The game allows for multiple human players (up to four) and has six different modes, including 8-ball, 9-ball, Rotation and Bowlliards variations among others. The player can either play against a CPU opponent, a human opponent or play a single-player story mode in which they have to beat 14 NPCs of increasing difficulty. There is also a challenge mode for trick shots and other difficult pots.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 6, 1991
Bubblegum Crash! Knight Sabers 2034 is a PC Engine graphic adventure game based on the anime OVA series of the same name. The anime/game is set in the near future of 2032, which has seen Tokyo split into two by a massive earthquake. Corporations rule the country, production-line humanoid robots named "boomers" are being used by villains to commit crimes, and the beleaguered police are too under-budgeted and incompetent to handle it all. The all-female mercenary team the Knight Sabers, who use powerful exosuits called "Hard Suits", are the city's best defense. The game operates similarly...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - January 26, 1990
Chikudenya Toubee: Kubikiri Yakata Yori is an Digital comic Adventure game. The player plays as a "ronin" (a samurai without a master) assassin-for-hire as he struggles to survive his most dangerous mission yet. The player uses a menu of commands to interact with the world. This is a story-driven game that also includes puzzles and cutscenes (as automatic comic pages) for critical parts of the story. This game is entirely in Japanese language and is intended for mature audiences.
WonderSwan - Released - December 9, 1999
Jennifer Simpson is a child from the fictional Granite Orphanage in Romsdalen, Norway. She and her friends, who are also orphans (Laura, Ann and Lotte) are adopted in September 1995 (the same month the game was released) by a wealthy recluse named Mr. Barrows, who lives in a mansion known as the "Clock Tower", named after its predominant feature. The game immediately begins with these characters walking towards the Barrows mansion and settling in the main foyer. Mary, the woman who brought the children to the mansion, leaves to find Mr. Barrows, but she takes an unusually long time....
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 21, 1997
Collection Pocket is a Miscellaneous game, published by Naxat Soft, which was released in Japan in 1997.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - October 13, 1989
Take to the ring and fight against strangely familiar looking opponents in this first-person boxing game. Block and dodge with the D-Pad while using the buttons to punch with either left or right fists. Hold the button down and you get a more powerful hit, but it requires more timing and accuracy to be effective.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 12, 1993
In the year 2000, A nuclear strike has left New York City in disaster and law and order have taken a backseat to crime and violence. One of the most powerful crime syndicate in New York is called the Gen-Satsu-Ken, a mysterious organization led by a mysterious warrior who is a master in a wicked style of Kung Fu. However two young men named Billy and Jimmy, masters of a martial art called the Sou-Setsu-Ken, were brave enough to challenge them. One day, during a Gen-Satsu-Ken attack, Billy's girlfriend, Marian, is murdered by the Gen-Satsu-Ken. Billy and Jimmy swore revenge by taking down...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 11, 1992
Reihou Academy Student Council proposed a friendly athletic meet-up to apologize for the wrongdoings done by student council president Yamada. However, Toudou Mamoru, the new student council president who has been entrusted with the arrangement of the athletic meet, has no intention of apologizing. Instead he is plotting to crush the other schools, and reinstates The Double Dragons despite them being expelled for their kidnapping of Mami. Nobody hesitates to participate. Nekketsu High School, led by Kunio, Hanazono High School led by Riki and Interschool Union led by Gouda all announce...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 24, 1993
Several months after Kunio defeated Sabu and rescued Hiroshi, brothers Ryuuichi and Ryuuji Hattori transfer to Reihou Academy. Within a few months, the brothers take control of the neighboring high schools using powerful fighting techniques, striking fear as the "Double Dragon Brothers". Riki, the banchou of Hanazono High School has no interest in the brothers or what they have been doing. But one day his girlfriend Mami goes missing and he receives a challenge from the academy. Enraged, Riki decides to make his way to the academy alone, but finds Kunio waiting for him outside his school....
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - 1993
It is the year 1162, "Lilijian" time (instead of AD or BC, setting this in an alternate world). A dark cult called "Holy Cask" has taken hold in the Northern kingdom of Belia. Lead by a mysterious figure known only as "Goat Bone", they practice devil-worship and have been summoning terrible beasts to ravage and destroy any towns who don't submit to the cult. In one such village dwelt a girl named Corque, with her sister Meriya. Corque burns for revenge... then she encounters a mysterious old man who knew her father. Provided with magical armor and armed with her father's chain sword and combat...
Sony Playstation - Released - August 7, 1997
The hard hitting fighting league led by Akira Maeda Martial Arts. You know it from the broadcast on WOWOW, and is characterized by techniques and groundwork. A Realistic fighting game which all the real name combatants have taken part and motion captured the movements for the player to control!
WonderSwan - Released - August 31, 2000
The Fire Pro Wrestling series has always been a towing vehicle for professional wrestling games since the first PC engine version was released. In addition to the One Night Match, One Night Tournament, Open League, and Illumination Match that existed in previous series, Master Wrestling has been added. In addition to these game modes, the wrestler edit mode is available. Communication battle mode is also supported, so you can enjoy battles with your friends. The game includes an impressive total of 136 wrestlers and 900 skill types.
Sega Saturn - Released - October 4, 1996
Heiwa Pachinko Soushingeki (平和パチンコ総進撃) is a pachinko game for the Sega Saturn.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 29, 1995
Holy Umbrella: Dondera no Mubo!! ("Holy Umbrella: The Reckless Dondera!!") is a 2D side-scrolling platformer that was developed by Earthly Soft and released on the Super Famicom in 1995. Its hero is transported from 20th century Japan to a fantasy world that is being threatened by the evil emperor Dondera and his legion of mechanized minions. The hero's umbrella, which was the catalyst for his transportation, is the best weapon he has to save this world. The game alternates from a side-scrolling view for its action stages and a top-down view for adventure/RPG sections where the player...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 24, 1993
Honkaku Mahjong: Tetsuman ("Real Mahjong: All-Night Mahjong") is a mahjong game for the Super Famicom that allowed for up to four competitors at once, a format that was still relatively rare due to the increased amount of AI calculations. The game features a story mode and many different characters, with distinctive anime avatars. Honkaku Mahjong: Tetsuman was followed up by both a sequel (Honkaku Mahjong: Tetsuman II, released the following year) and a reprint. The reprint was released in 1997, towards the end of the Super Nintendo's lifespan.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - October 21, 1994
Honkaku Mahjong: Tetsuman II ("Real Mahjong: All-Nigh Mahjong II") is a 1994 mahjong game for the Super Famicom released by Khaos and Naxat Soft. It iterates with a few minor improvements on the previous game, Honkaku Mahjong: Tetsuman, which was released a year prior. It also once again features cartoon portraits for the player's opponents, which will change their expression depending on how well they are doing.
Sony Playstation - Released - July 19, 1996
Honkaku Mahjong - Tetsuman Special is mahjong game for 1 player againts 15 professional mahjong computer opponents, the game features 3 different kind of mahjong pieces and 5 different board tables to choose from.
Sega Saturn - Released - August 23, 1996
Honkaku Pro Mahjong Tetsuman Special (本格プロ麻雀 徹萬スペシャル) is a mahjong game for the Sega Saturn.
Sega Saturn - Released - August 23, 1996
Japan Super Bass Classic '96 (ジャパンスーパーバスクラシック’９６) is a fishing game for the Sega Saturn.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 15, 1995
JB The Super Bass is a bass fishing game developed by Gaps that is endorsed and named for the Japan Bass Club Association (the eponymous "JB"). It also features and is licensed by various real-life fishing products in Japan, such as Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits, Ranger Boats and Mamiya-OP. The goal of the game is to catch as many bass as possible by finding the ideal spot to fish and reeling them up. There is also a license mode where the player first has to complete a multiple-choice test to earn their fishing license.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 26, 1996
Jumpin' Derby is a horse racing simulation game for the Super Famicom. Unlike many games of its genre, it focuses more on the racing itself rather the gambling and management aspects of the sport which are more prominent in series like Derby Stallion or Thoroughbred Breeder. Players still raise their racehorses, but also take an active role in the races themselves which take place in various locations both common and uncommon to horse racing, such as a beach or the Great Wall of China. There are also parts of the races where the player must leap over obstacles, meaning the player must focus...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - April 28, 1994
Princess Shizuhime has been kidnapped by a group of ninja under the command of Genbu, and brought to the castle of the malevolent Lord Hiei. The brave young ninja Kaze is summoned by Lord Yoshikage and sent on a dangerous mission: infiltrate Hiei's castle, defeat his minions, and rescue Shizuhime. Kaze Kiri is essentially a beat-em-up with a few distinguishing characteristics. The game consists of traversing fully linear side-scrolling areas, defeating regular enemies and bosses on the way. Before being able to fight the stage boss, Kaze has to vanquish a pre-determined number of enemies,...
Sega Saturn - Released - December 18, 1997
Kyuukyoku Tiger II Plus (究極タイガーⅡプラス) is a vertical scrolling shoot-'em-up game released exclusively in Japan for the Sega Saturn in 1997. It is a sequel to Kyuukyoku Tiger, otherwise known as Twin Cobra. The game was initially released in arcades in 1995 as Kyuukyoku Tiger II (Twin Cobra II outside of Japan), and can be seen as the "last" shoot-'em-up to be developed by employees of the now-defunct Toaplan. Toaplan folded before the game was complete, but Taito who held the rights to the Tiger Heli series, allowed the game to be finished by Takumi Corporation, a company made up of former...
Sega Saturn - Released - September 27, 1996
Mahjong Yon-Shimai: Wakakusa Monogatari (麻雀四姉妹 若草物語) is a mahjong game developed by Maboroshi Ware and published by Naxat Soft for the Sega Saturn.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - September 24, 1993
Mahjong Clinic Special is a follow-up to Mahjong Clinic: Zōkangō, and has a similar theme and gameplay system. The player controls a school principal who brings female students to the hospital to do some tests. The player can then select various hospital rooms on a map; traveling to these locations triggers short conversations, which invariably lead to mahjong games against nurses, schoolgirls, patients, etc. A separate game mode is available, allowing the player to directly compete in mahjong against opponents from the story mode.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 21, 1990
Makai Prince Dorabocchan ("Demon Prince Dorabo") is a 2D platformer for the PC Engine. The player controls the titular character who is on a quest to rescue his master and defeat the evil demons that have invaded the kingdom. As well as his own magical powers, he can be upgraded by finding suits of armor which boost his abilities as well as temporary power-ups that provide double-jumping, a syringe weapon that stuns enemies and cleats that allow him to jump on enemies to defeat them. If he finds a bat with a bell, he can summon his burly Moai guardians who use their stone bodies to create...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - June 21, 2001
You wake up at the strange loud sound coming from the bathroom. You get up from the bed and go to check what it was. Duh, it was Sandia and her strange animal companion wreaking havoc. Quick flashback to a couple of days ago, as you were waiting for your father at the airport to return from a negotiation mission from a country devastated by the civil war, to your surprise, he brought someone with him. That someone was Sandia, a princess of the country he just returned from, in danger for her life. It just so happens she'll be staying with your from now on, indefinitely as it seems. You are...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - April 16, 1997
You control a cute little duck walking around a maze, collecting eggs and powerups. When your eggs hatch, they head for your home, and bring you points (sometimes bonus points too). Of course, you can always disrupt the efforts of the other players, and there are other perils in the game. So, the object of the game is basically to hatch the most eggs & get the chicks to your home before anyone else... There are 3 worlds, each containing 10 levels which are all selectable at anytime... The game follows much the same look & feel as the Bomberman series, similarly, it allows up to 4 simultaneous...
Sony Playstation - Released - April 23, 1998
Motteke Tamago with Ganbare Kamonohashi was planned to be a PC Engine game and to be released in 1993, but the game finally was released only for the Playstation & Saturn consoles in the year 1998. In Motteke Tamago the player controls a cute little duck walking around a maze, the idea of the game is to collect eggs, let them hatch then take your little ones back home. Of course, the player can always disrupt the efforts of the other players, and there are other perils in the game. So, the object of the game is basically to hatch the most eggs & get the chicks home before anyone...
Sega Saturn - Released - July 2, 1998
A platypus family accidentally loses their eggs so the father must go out and retrieve them from the river. Turns out it won't be that easy since a duck picks up the eggs so they have to fight over who owns the eggs. After defeating the duck the eggs keep rolling off to another animal over and over again. Will they ever return home? Playing as one of a cast of cute characters the player will move around a arena collecting eggs and dash attacking into opponents. The dash attack will cause the opponent to drop all their eggs. After picking them up the eggs will hatch after a short time which...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - May 30, 1989
Naxat Open is a golf simulator from Naxat Soft. Naxat Soft hired contract developers TOSE to develop the game. Released the same week as Power Golf, Naxat Open aimed for the more serious simulation crowd whereas Power Golf appealed more to those looking for a more casual golfing video game experience. Besides a harsher level of challenge - the acceptable window of error is greatly diminished - Naxat Open plays much like other golf sims for console games: the gameplay chiefly focuses on hitting a power gauge just right to maximize the effect of each swing.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 27, 2008
CR Galaxy Angel is a pachinko simulation game for Playstation 2 with Galaxy Angel content, which lets you experience playing on taiyo electric pachinko machines.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - October 26, 1990
Naxat Stadium is a baseball game unique to the PC Engine. It superficially models itself on Namco's Family Stadium (Famista) series of baseball sims, presenting a similar vein of comedy and super deformed athletes. The game uses fictional teams which are known only by their initial letters, and the player has some control over the configuration of their teams before starting. The game features a single-player pennant mode, a two-player competitive mode and a "watch mode" that allows the player to observe two CPU teams play against each other.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 18, 1992
Jaki Crush is a pinball video game for the Super Famicom that was originally released in 1992, exclusively in Japan. The game is the third in the Crush Pinball series, and was preceded by Alien Crush and Devil's Crush. It is considered to be very obscure and is often thought to be the forgotten entry in the series. The game features a theme revolving around the mythology of a type of Japanese demon or ogre, called a jaki. A single table is divided into three different sectors; carrying two flippers each. Moving targets must be hit for points along with targets that remain stationary....
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 20, 1991
While Kunio and Shinichi were practicing dodge ball, soccer manager Misako approached the two on the court. "Please! Instead of dodgeball, join me and play soccer in the national convention!" Nekketsu High Soccer Club has come down with food poisoning, and Kunio must lead his dodgeball team into the soccer competition and go for the goal! Only through winning the championship can Kunio convince his whole team to join him. Nekketsu Koukou Dodgeball Bu: CD Soccer Hen presents the classic soccer game with crystal clear sound and high resolution graphics like never before seen in the series!
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - March 30, 1990
Kunio was waiting for after school by the gates to meet Kumiko. Suddenly, Aliens ambushes Kunio! "Kunio, fight or die!" Players on Nekketsu High Dodgeball club have gone missing. The National High School Dodgeball Tournament will take place at Sakuragaoka park of Shizuoka Prefecture, with Mount Fuji visible in the distance. Nekketsu High Dodgeball Club is led by Kunio to lead his team to battle against the world! If Kunio wins the National championship, the World League is waiting. Will he find the aliens out in the world?!
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - April 3, 1992
While Kunio and Shinichi were practicing dodge ball, soccer manager Misako approached the two on the court. "Please! Instead of dodgeball, join me and play soccer in the national convention!" Nekketsu High Soccer Club has come down with food poisoning, and Kunio must lead his dodgeball team into the soccer competition and go for the goal! Only through winning the championship can Kunio convince his whole team to join him. The classic soccer game is now presented with high resolution graphics and enchanting sounds!
Sega Saturn - Released - May 30, 1997
Nihon Pro Mahjong Renmei Kounin Doujou Yaburi (日本プロ麻雀連盟公認 道場破り) is a mahjong game for the Sega Saturn.
WonderSwan - Released - July 15, 1999
Nihon Pro Mahjong Renmei Kounin: Tetsuman is Naxat's first mahjong game for handhelds equipped with the latest and most powerful thinking routine that has ever appeared in WonderSwan. This is a full-fledged game that includes the data of 10 professional players, headed by Chairman Mataro Sakai and Takeo Kojima. Also included is an open replay function that allows you to study your opponent's moves. It's a great way to study the moves of professional players. The game also supports communication battles. If you have friends who have the same software, you can enjoy a communication battle...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 18, 1999
Nihon Pro Mahjong Renmei Kounin: Tetsuman Menkyokaiden (日本プロ麻雀連盟公認 徹萬 免許皆伝) is a mahjong game for the Sega Dreamcast.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - February 23, 1990
Hokutosei no Onna (the title refers to the express train connecting Tokyo and Hokkaido in Japan rather than the Ursa Major constellation) is based on the works of the Japanese detective story writer Kyōtarō Nishimura, starring Inspector Totsugawa and his assistant Kamei, who is the protagonist of the game. A man was found stabbed to death in his apartment in Tokyo; shortly after the investigation begins, another man is killed in a hotel room in Hokkaido. Kamei must question witnesses and suspects and examine evidence in order to solve the mystery. The gameplay format is that of a Japanese...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 18, 1992
Yū is a young apprentice magician who lives in the Fairy World. One day, a magical error occurs, and Yū finds herself on Earth. In order to return to her world, the little fairy must find three stones that must be inserted into her magical brooch. A young girl who finds the first stone becomes Yū's companion (and the game's protagonist), and together they must find and recover the other stones. Pastel Lime is a Japanese-style adventure with simple gameplay. Only a few commands (sometimes just one) usually appear on the screen, and the player's input is mostly reduced to selecting these...
Sega Saturn - Released - March 7, 1997
The game plays in a vertically tilted orientation, very close to Silpheed. There are times when it tilts less or more, depending on the enemy you’re facing. Everything is rendered with polygons in a 3D environment, from popcorn enemies to bosses to backgrounds. It’s evident that Planet Joker carries an epic feel that’s ultimately unmatched by the game itself, with a general design that evokes old anime series such as Gloizer X. After choosing one out of seven huge available robots, the player must go through seven stages of rather repetitive action. The mecha characters differ in power,...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 20, 1990
Ponta to Hinako no Chindouchuu is an Action game, published by Naxat Soft, which was released in Japan in 1990.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - April 6, 1990
Psycho Chaser is a vertically-scrolling sci-fi shooter. The player takes control of the titular battle android. There are multiple weapons which can be picked up and freely switched between, and also power-ups which allow for weapon and energy upgrades between stages.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 26, 1993
Quiz de Gakuensai is a trivia game in which the player takes the role of a high school student. One day he is entrusted with an important task of watching over his relative, a little girl. However, as soon as his girlfriend appears, the hero neglects his duty and very soon finds out that the little girl has disappeared. He has to explore the school building and find her at all costs. The player can choose the order in which the protagonist visits various classrooms in the school. In each room there is a young and attractive girl who asks the hero a series of timed trivia questions on...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 29, 1991
Sangokushi: Eiketsu Tenka ni Nozomu is a turn-based historical strategy game set in the Three Kingdoms era of the Chinese history and similar in concept and gameplay to Romance of the Three Kingdoms series, albeit with somewhat simpler gameplay. There is no scenario selection, and the exact timeline is not specified, though the initial situation corresponds to the phase of the war when Liu Bei and Cao Cao were the principal opposing forces. Players can choose to control any of the six most renowned warlords of the time, Liu Bei being the "default" player character with his own extended...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 12, 1991
Take on the alien hordes in this vertically scrolling shoot 'em up from the people behind Aleste. The power-up system in Spriggan relies on different coloured globes - you can have three of these in stock at any one time and the order they are in will vary what style of weapon you have. This allows for a certain degree of mix-and-match until you find your preferred combination. You can also eject these orbs, which act as a smart bomb in times of need.
Sega Saturn - Released - August 23, 1996
Shunsai (駿才) is a horse racing game for the Sega Saturn.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - May 1, 1992
Spriggan Mark 2: Re-Terraform Project is an Action game, developed by Compile and published by Naxat Soft, which was released in Japan in 1992.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 26, 1996
Spriggan Powered is an Action game, developed by Micronics and published by Naxat Soft, which was released in Japan in 1996.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 2, 1992
Star Mobile is a real-time puzzle game. A large scale is displayed on the screen, and stars continuously fall on it from above. The goal is to move the stars horizontally as they are falling in such a way that the weight on the scale is balance. Each stage contains a set amount of stars required for the player to handle. Stars come in different colors that represent their weight. Both right and left side of the scale contain several spots where the stars can land. If there are too many stars on the same spot, they will fall down, greatly decreasing the weight on the side they were in.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 17, 1992
Alzadick is a vertically-scrolling sci-fi shoot-em-up designed for Naxat Soft's Summer Carnival of 1992, a game competition similar to Hudson's Caravan Tournament. The game specifically focuses on beating high scores, and as such introduces Score Attack and Time Attack modes, both short segments of shoot-em-up gameplay that challenge players to reach a high score (in case of Time Attack, within a limited amount of time). There is also a story mode split into two episodes (both based on sci-fi-themed futuristic scenarios); however, there is no actual plot development in-game, and the episodes...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 17, 1992
Conceived as an entry for a game development competition, this game would later be published by Naxat Soft in 1992. This frenetic shoot-'em-up taxes the Famicom system and the player's reflexes with huge quantities of enemies while maintaining smooth, fast gameplay! In addition to a single player campaign, there are also score attack and time attack modes available.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 17, 1993
Released specifically for Naxat Soft's Summer Carnival of 1993, Nexzr Special is a collection of short stages and modes that share their basic gameplay system and visuals with Nexzr. The regular mode introduces familiar regular enemies and a few new bosses. The "Carnival Mode" contains Score Attack and Time Attack modes, both requiring the player to focus on attaining the high score rather than just surviving. For that reason the difficulty in these modes is more forgiving; they allow more continues and have more generously placed power-ups. These modes also offer more destructible objects on...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 16, 1994
Super Fishing: Big Fight is a fishing game released on the Super Famicom in 1994. It was developed by Geo Factory (their second Super Famicom game, after Super Jinsei Game) and published by Naxat Soft. The player, as an avid fisherman in a green backwards cap, is invited to participate in a multi-stage fishing contest that takes place across Japan. The game uses a third-person behind-the-angler perspective, and the player can select a spot in each of the game's fishing areas and pick which direction to cast their line. There are different lures and bait that the player can use which all...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 25, 1994
Super Gomoku Narabe Renju ("Super Five Piece Line-Up Renju") is a board game adaptation for the Super Famicom developed and published by Naxat Soft. The game is played with a Go board and pieces, but the goal is to simply line up five pieces horizontally, vertically or diagonally. The game has a few modes, including a tournament mode in which the player takes on CPU opponents of increasing difficulty.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 8, 1994
Super Igo Go-ou is a Go game for the Super Famicom, released in 1994 by Naxat Soft. The game offers multiple options for Go enthusiasts, including a tournament mode and customization tools for board size and CPU skill.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 18, 1994
The spiritual successor to Naxat Open, a golf game that Naxat published and lent their name to. The game uses the standard top-down perspective for golf games from this era. It is unusual for the inclusion of Naxat's Dorabocchan ("Little Dorabo") character, who had appeared in two games at this point: 1990's Makai Prince Dorabocchan for the PC Engine and 1993's Chou Makai Taisen: Dorabocchan for SNES, best known as The Twisted Tales of Spike McFang in the US. Dorabocchan/Spike's inherent magical talent allows him to beneficially manipulate his game, which appears in the form of magical cards...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - August 5, 1994
Super Real Mahjong PII & PIII is a compilation that contains Super Real Mahjong PII and Super Real Mahjong PIII, which were only released in the arcades as separate games. Both games are fairly straightforward one-on-one mahjong matches; the player can not select the opponent and the game is over when one round of mahjong is lost. The compilation features improved graphics and animation, as well as additional gameplay modes: four-player mahjong (in the computer versions) and versus mode, where the player can select opponents (in the PC Engine / TurboGrafx CD version).
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 21, 1995
Take Yutaka GI Memory is a horseracing simulation game endorsed by professional jockey Yutaka Take who rose to fame after winning a hundred races before he turned 20, including the Kikuka-shou GI race in 1988. The game's story mode revisits a lot of his famous races, while others allow the player to forge their own path in raising and racing horses.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - March 15, 1991
Titan is a 2D arcade game / puzzle game hybrid. For some reason, mad professors of the future tend to invent strange entertainment games in which every participant dies. Professor Hybrys’ variant is called Titan and involves a ball, a control unit and 80 labyrinths. Your objective is either to destroy all destructible blocks in each level by hitting them with the sphere, or to pilot it to the exit. The black ball is beyond your control; it will bounce straight or diagonally through the labyrinth with constant speed. You move the control unit, a small box, with you are to position in a way...
Sega Saturn - Released - June 27, 1997
Top Anglers: Super Fishing Big Fight 2 (トップアングラーズ ～スーパーフィッシング ビッグファイト２～) is a fishing game for the Sega Saturn.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - April 12, 1991
Eternal City is a side scrolling action-platformer game. The player takes control of powerful mecha-suit called the Argyderos piloted by the female fighter Minty Geile. She starts her journey armed with a traditional Vulcan gun but numerous weapons can be collected throughout the game. The Argyderos can also later equip a back booster allowing it to fly around the environment or dash forward at high speed. Levels in Eternal City are vast maze-like areas with dead-ends and misleading corridors, each culminating with a boss battle.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 22, 1996
Touhou Chinyuuki - Hafling Hearts!! is an adventure game based on the classical chinese novel Journey to the West. Journey to the West is one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. Originally published anonymously in the 1590s during the Ming Dynasty, its authorship has been ascribed to the scholar Wu Cheng'en since the 20th century. The novel is a fictionalised account of the mythologized legends around the Buddhist monk Xuánzàng's pilgrimage to India (known as the Western Regions) during the Táng dynasty in order to obtain Buddhist religious texts called sutras. The...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - February 19, 1993
Tsuppari Oozumou: Heisei Han, or "Shove Sumo: Heisei Edition", is a sumo wrestling game released exclusively for the PC Engine that is a graphically-enhanced version of the original Famicom Tsuppari Oozumou. The Heisei in the title refers to the period of Japanese history that began in 1989 - two years after the original game, which was released during the Showa era. A number of games, movies and other media used "Heisei" during this time to emphasize their newness.
3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - February 17, 1995
Virtual Cameraman Part 1: Sawada Naomi and Juri Anna is a Strategy game, published by Naxat Soft, which was released in Japan in 1995.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - September 28, 1990
W Ring is a horizontally scrolling shooter in which the player sits in a space ship and shoots a lot of enemies, preferably without being hit by their deadly shots or touch. There are six levels which also scroll slightly up and down and end with a big end boss. Some of those levels are a bit gimmicky, e.g. one level has a lot of water movement in the background which makes it harder to keep an overview and level five is a fast scrolling maze system in which the player needs to take the correct paths to avoid dead ends (and therefore certain death). Of course there are also power ups to...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - July 27, 1993
Wizardry is a series of role-playing video games, developed by Sir-Tech, which were highly influential in the evolution of modern console and computer role-playing games.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 4, 1994
Wizardry III・IV contains two role-playing games from the Wizardry series: Legacy of Llylgamyn and The Return of Werdna. Both games were ported to the PC Engine (TurboGrafx) CD console with various enhancements, unreleased separately. The player automatically starts playing Legacy of Llylgamyn; playing The Return of Werdna can be accessed via "Utility" option in the town menu. Though the game(s) are rather faithful in gameplay and graphical design to the original computer versions, the enhancements are significant enough to consider this a remake. Unlike the computer originals with their...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - September 25, 1992
After L'Kbreth's Orb was used to bring peace back to the land of Llylgamyn, a new threat emerges in the region. Strange malevolent energies have been spotted beneath the Temple of Sages. These energies - called the "Maelstrom" by the local inhabitants - can be sealed by a person known as the Gatekeeper. Unfortunately, the latter has been imprisoned by a mysterious power or person only referred to as SORN. A party of brave adventurers seeks out the high priest G'bli Gedook, the guardian of L'Kbreth's Orb, who explains to them that they have to release the Gatekeeper and eventually vanquish the...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 6, 1992
Kinsenka Kyō Ezara Satsujin Jiken is based on a series on a series of novels by the Japanese detective fiction author Misa Yamamura. The popular protagonist of the novels, inspector Sōsuke Kariya, appears in the game as one of the characters; but the main heroine and the player character is Yuko Kobayakawa, a journalist working for a gourmet magazine. During a trip to Kyoto she attends a party and witnesses a mysterious murder of a wealthy man's estranged wife. Yoko decides to stay and help the authorities investigate the crime. The game plays like a puzzle-less Japanese-style adventure....
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 17, 1993
Harukanaru Kioku is a re-imagining of earlier Yami no Ketsuzoku games. The basic plot follows the events that began in the first installment, but it is told in an entirely different fashion, with different scenes, dialogues, etc. For example, the game begins a short while before the starting point of the first chapter, and contains conversations between the protagonist Miyu Izawa and the murder victim Marie, which were not present in the original story. The visual style of the game is also quite different, with bright anime-like graphics atypical of the previous entries. Gameplay-wise, this...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 20, 1992
Tenka wa Ware ni is based on the Sangokushi manga by Mitsuteru Yokoyama, itself an adaptation of Eiji Yoshikawa's re-telling of the classic Chinese novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Luo Guanzhong. As such, the game includes plot elements and a few characters added by Yoshikawa or Yokoyama, but for the most part remains faithful to the general storyline of the Chinese novel and hence to the actual historical events of the Three Kingdoms Era. The gameplay is similar to that of Koei's Romance of the Three Kingdoms series, focusing on grand strategy and country management as well as on...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - September 16, 1992
Zero Wing is an horizontal shooter game where the player is in control of a ZIG, an escape pod released after its main ship was attacked and destroyed by the evil cyborg CATS, bent on taking over the world. Like most games in the genre, there are three color-coded weapons: red (scatter), green (homing) and blue (lasers). Each weapon has three levels of power, and to obtain those, similar upgrades must be collected sequentially. However, what makes the game unique is the ability to use a traction beam to trap an enemy and then throw him against his peers, destroying them. The game (more...