Nintendo Game Boy Color - August 11, 2000
Beyblade Fighting Tournament was the second video game released. This game features some concepts and ideas that were later abandoned within the Beyblade franchise, though many ideas were continued on within the manga and anime. The standard game play involves visiting locations and the player fights their way through tornements to advance to the next stage of the game. As each tornement was won, more parts and bit-beasts are made able to be bought from the games shop. The player could only start with one of 4 arch-types, "Dragoon", "Draciel", "Dranzer" and "Driger". Intially by default...
Nintendo Wii - November 9, 2010
The Bladers have returned for a shot at the World Beyblading Championships. The action is hotter than ever with each team bringing their enhanced spinning Beyblades to battle. Beybladers customize their Beyblades with different parts for winning strategies with offense and defensive abilities. In addition, each Beyblade is equipped with special attacks to fight with making no battle the same! Execute the Special Attack to inflict enormous damage to your opponent! Become the No.1 Beyblader by utilizing customization and special attacks!
Sony PSP - January 29, 2008
Embark on a fun-filled, theme park adventure as you discover a huge land to explore, a gigantic multiplayer pack, and a host of addicting mini-games. Also included is the original BOMBERMAN Battle game. Battle up to 4 friends via Ad-Hoc wireless play to find out who is king "Bomberman".
Sony PSP - February 15, 2008
In Dungeon Explorer: Warrior of the Ancient Arts, players are trained in weaponry and mystical forces and embark on a quest and ready to uncover the fate of a legendary kingdom. DE: WAA features hundreds of variations of weapons, armor and equipment that can be chosen and upgraded throughout the adventure to defeat enemies. Unique for the PSP system, players have the ability to choose their warfare style with more than 150 different kinds of fighting arts, including Big Bang Arts, allowing three players to team up to triple their destructive power in Ad-Hoc Multiplayer mode.
Nintendo DS - Released - June 9, 2009
Miami Law, known in Japan and Europe as Miami Crisis (マイアミクライシス Maiami Kuraishisu), is an adventure video game developed by Hudson Soft for the Nintendo DS handheld system. Though produced by a Japanese company, the title was initially released in North America on June 9, 2009 and it was released in Europe on September 25, with the English localization being the first project by Gaijinworks since its establishment in 2006. Hudson Soft worked closely with Gaijinworks founder and head translator Victor Ireland on the project, who sent a research team to Miami, Florida to aid in development of...
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - September 14, 2010
My Aquarium is a pleasant and relaxing experience. Why not add an aquarium to your home? Swaying aquatic plants… Fish idly swimming about… My Aquarium is a relaxing Wii-software experience, which allows you to enjoy a virtual aquarium in your spare time. Regardless of freshwater or saltwater, you can select from over 40 popular types of fish, including favorites like the Ocellaris clownfish, the freshwater angelfish, and the Asian arowana. You can also create up to six different aquariums and personalize them by adding decorations like seaweed and driftwood. In My Aquarium, you can send...
Nintendo DS - March 23, 2010
In each room, players must use intellect, strategy and various objects to their full advantage. To escape, rooms can be moved around and matched up with subsequent rooms. The game features a guide named Mr. Book that gives tips on how to move rooms and use various tricks during the adventure. Players are also rewarded with a bonus if the background is placed correctly like in a jigsaw puzzle. With more than 100 rooms to go through and a level editor to create more, this charmed adventure can continue for ages to come.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - July 8, 1988
Sengoku Mahjong is set during the Warring States period of Japan, a tumultuous time when various warlords competed to rule the country. In this game, they do so by conquering their rivals at Mahjong. As with most other Mahjong simulators, this is an accurate portrayal of the classic Chinese board game, complete with detailed tiles and animated character portraits. It is four player, though two players are obscured by the sides of the screen (the player can move the camera to see their tile walls, but not the tiles themselves). As per usual Mahjong rules, the first player to put together a...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - April 27, 1989
The game is loosely based on the story of the manga, which was never actually completed. The player controls Susano-o in his awakened form and travels a post-apocalyptic world to track down and defeat the demons who had caused the world's end. While in towns the player can talk to NPCs, acquire quests, rest at inns and purchase items and equipment from vendors. On the world map between locations, the player can see monsters roaming around (not unlike Zelda II: The Adventure of Link) and will enter combat if they get too close. These fights are entirely tactical and require that the player move...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - February 24, 1995
Fighting-game in the Tengai Makyou series. Spin-off of Tengai Makyou: Fuun Kabuki Den.
Nintendo Wii - May 25, 2010
Tetris Party Deluxe has plenty of all-new modes and enhancements to take the classic puzzle fun to a whole new level. With six new game modes, you can enjoy your favorite puzzles with a twist. Set off a line-clearing chain reaction with bombs, complete 20 perfect clears and race against time in Bombliss, Sprint, VS Sprint, Master, Co-op vs. Co-op and All-Clear Sprint. Multiplayer modes offer all-new items to slow down your opponent with Smoke, Time Stop and more. Field Climber, Shadow, Stage Racer and Duel Spaces are enhanced with extra modes, experiences and rules. With more than 20 exciting...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - April 21, 1989
Wonder Momo is an action game starring a girl named Momo. The game is actually a tokusatsu "hero show", I.E. a stage show with people in costume acting as heroes and villains; such tokusatsu shows were once a popular form of entertainment for children in Japan and generally would feature well-known heroes and villains, such as characters from Kamen Rider. However, based on the appearance of the audience, the "Wonder Momo" show seems to be aimed at a slightly different audience. It is being presented at "Namco Theater". In the game's storyline, Momo is a heroine from space who is fighting...