Vic Tokai

Aerostar

Aerostar

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 28, 1991

World War VI left the Earth desolate and inhabitable. Many years later, the Intergalactic Council discovered that Earth could once again be populated, and people returned to rebuild their lives. Unknown to them, mutant forces had gone undetected, and are now wrecking havoc on the defenseless humans. Fearing the total extermination of the Earth, the Intergalactic Council has deployed AEROSTAR, the most powerful fighter ever built. This state-of-the-art vehicle of destruction is Earth's only hope for salvation, but is useless without the right pilot... Note: This game was re-released by...

Aigina no Yogen: Balubalouk no Densetsu Yori

Aigina no Yogen: Balubalouk no Densetsu Yori

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 21, 1986

Aigiina No Yogen: Balubalouk No Densetsu Yori follows the platforming adventures of Jason as he traverses Balba in search for the Aura-Stars, magical artefacts created by King Aighina. His adventures take him through six dungeons of various sizes on his quest to rid the country of evil. Along the way, Jason must also find Princess Laira, the daughter of King Aighina and the only one who knows how to use the Aura-Stars.

All-Pro Basketball

All-Pro Basketball

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 21, 1989

The crowd is roaring and the pressure is on... You're just a basket away from victory. There are only seconds remaining in the game, and you've got the ball. But you're facing a tough zone defense that's bent on keeping you from scoring. What do you do? Pass the ball? Try to drive for a lay-up and risk a foul? Or just put everything on the line and take a shot from where you stand? Whatever your decision, it'd better be quick. Because the ref has his hand on the whistle, and the clock is running...

Amagon

Amagon

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 2, 1988

Amagon, the most decorated Marine, was assigned a mission by his commander to investigate a strange, monster-infested South Pacific island, from which no man has ever returned alive. With a machine gun as his only weapon, he took off by plane and crash-landed on the island's beachhead. Amagon, with his unique ability to transform into the huge Megagon, there begins his mission to become first to conquer the island. See and experience the amazing adventures of our hero, Amagon! His rescue ship is waiting at the other side of the island. Good luck!

Battle Mania Daiginjou

Battle Mania Daiginjou

Sega Genesis - Released - December 24, 1993

Battle Mania Daiginjou is a comical anime-themed scrolling shooter, and the sequel to Trouble Shooter. The player controls the Dirty Pair-esque Mania and Maria simultaneously, with Maria following closely behind Mania, and also able to turn around and fire to the rear. Unlike most shooters, Mania has a health meter which can be replenished via pickups. There are a variety of weapons to choose from at the start of each stage, and during the game, weapons can be powered up. There is also a screen-clearing bomb attack, but it must be allowed to charge back up each time it is used. The game...

Bump 'n' Jump

Bump 'n' Jump

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 8, 1986

You're cruising along with your baby, Bunny, in your Buggy, when from behind you hear this brain-boggling b-b-baroooooom! It's Dark Jackal and his beastly band of Blacktop Bullies! They buzz by and when the smoke clears, the passenger seat's bare. These dudes have kidnapped your baby, Bunny! Only you and the Buggy can bring her back. But not without a bone-bouncing chase that makes the Indy 500 look like bumper cars. Over jam-packed city streets and treacherous curves on mountain cliffs, past Dark Jackal's Bullies to catch his Buggy and Bunny. And the cops are bearing down on you from...

Burning Road

Burning Road

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1996

Burning Road is an arcade racing game, heavily influenced by Daytona USA. There are four types of cars to drive: two muscle cars, a drag car and a monster truck, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. There are three different courses to drive on (a wooded area, city streets and snow area) and also have a reverse track variation that can be unlocked. The object is not only to finish ahead of opponents, but also cross checkpoints in order to add more time to the ever depleting timer at the top of the screen. There are three different difficulty levels and three different game modes:...

Chester Field: Ankoku Shin e no Chōsen

Chester Field: Ankoku Shin e no Chōsen

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 30, 1987

The Kingdom of Guldred has been invaded by General Guemon and his dark forces, who have killed their king. A brave knight named Gazem fled for a paradise of sun and pleasure named Chesterfield Island with the deposed queen and their daughter Karen. But Guemon's forces were right there and sunk their ship, killed the queen, abducted Karen and left Gazem for dead. Fortunately for Guldred, Gazem barely managed to breathe the kingdom's sorry plight to a brave knight named Kein before he died. Now the fate of Guldred rests on Kein's broad shoulders... Chester Field: Ankoku Shin e no Chousen is...

Clash at Demonhead

Clash at Demonhead

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 27, 1989

Clash at Demonhead is an open-ended platformer. The player takes control of Billy "Big Bang" Blitz, who is capable of running, jumping, and shooting. He is initially armed with a handgun, though various upgrades can be purchased from a shop. He later gains the ability to perform various powers by collecting Force, including shrinking, teleportation to previously-visited areas, flight, healing, and invincibility. The player chooses levels from a world map that consists of over forty routes. Various objectives must be met to complete the game.

Columns III

Columns III

Sega Genesis - Released - March 25, 1994

Third game in the Columns series. In this fast-paced puzzle mayhem, your goal is to arrange three or more jewels of the same colour horizontally, vertically or diagonally to remove them from the playing screen. While the jewels are falling, you can change the order of their colours. In the Arcade, Versus, and Time Trial modes, you can test your skills against an opponent, a clock, or a specific task such as removing a particular jewel. New features include a rising bar that can be used to annoy opponents and magical items that have strategic value to alter the outcome mid-game.

Conflict

Conflict

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1990

Conflict is a hex-based NES war game where the player is a three-star general who must accompany his troops to the ultimate victory. The player can earn or lose victory points by occupying cities and destroying units of the opponent's army. The player controls the Western Bloc while the computer (or second player) controls Eastern Bloc troops. A sequel was released for the Super NES entitled Super Conflict.

Criticom

Criticom

Sony Playstation - Released - November 29, 1995

Two alien races, the Nezom and Zerai clans obtained a powerful crystalline stone called "The Relic," and anointed themselves "The Chosen Ones." The Chosen Ones used this power to subjugate the other races, exterminating those that failed to comply. After this era of war, The Chosen Ones began to enjoy an new age of peace. However, The Relic was stolen and The Chosen Ones' power was shaken. Now, warriors from all over the universe seek the relic, each with their own ambitions.

Daedalian Opus

Daedalian Opus

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - April 20, 1990

The ancient land of Daedalus is governed by symmetry and time. It is a land where your progress will be severely tested by the challenge of myriad shapes and blocks. It will take the art of Daedalus and the power of your mind to solve the confounding riddles of the blocks. To be beaten is ordinary, to achieve victory is an art. The game is essentially a series of 36 jigsaw puzzles with Tetris-like pieces known as pentominos that must be assembled into a specific shape. The puzzles start off with rectangular shapes and simple solutions, but the puzzles quickly grow more complex, with odder...

Dark Rift

Dark Rift

Nintendo 64 - Released - July 8, 1997

In this one-on-one fighting game, the player can take any of the eight playable participants through the tournament mode. Once the selected hero has defeated his opponents, he will have to face battles against Sonork and Demitron. A practice mode is also available. During the fights the player can use standard attacks common for all the characters - vertical and horizontal punches, kicks, running jumps, etc. Each character also possesses an arsenal of special techniques, which can be executed by pressing different buttons in rapid succession.

Flink

Flink

Sega CD - Released - November 11, 1994

Flink is a jump-'n-run game set in the fantasy world of Imagica. The evil wizard Wicked Wainwright has captured the four elders and it is up to Flink, a wizard's apprentice, to set them free and defeat Wicked Wainwright. Apart from the usual platformer elements, the game has a unique feature: Flink's ability to create spells. Whenever the game is paused, Flink can combine three ingredients to create a spell. Ingredients can be collected throughout the game. They are usually carried around by a certain type of enemy or hidden in treasure chests. There are ten different spells, the "recipes"...

GI King! Sanbiki no Yosouya

GI King! Sanbiki no Yosouya

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 23, 1993

GI King! Sanbiki no Yosouya is a Sports game, developed by Graphic Research and published by Vic Tokai, which was released in Japan in 1993.

Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode

Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 26, 1988

The player takes on the role of Golgo 13 (also known as Duke Togo), an assassin whose objective is to destroy the leader of the Drek group. On the way, Golgo 13 must pass through several areas, including East Berlin, Athens, and Alexander Island, which is located off the coast of Antarctica. It is necessary to navigate several mazes in order to win, but one maze is a fake base with no way out. The mazes account for a large amount of the frustration players encounter with this game. The instruction manual contains maps for the mazes.

Imperium

Imperium

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1992

GET READY FOR A HEAVY METAL EXPLOSION You say you're not the hero type? Don't want to put your flesh and blood on the line? Too bad. Because the only choice your metal head competition is going to give you is to perish now or perish later. What did you expect from an alien horde or robo sociopaths who'd like to have you as their next microwave dinner? Unless you enjoy being cooked from the inside out, may we suggest that you save yourself from these robot stormtroopers by climbing into the Dynamor, a suit of dynamic armor that happens to fit only you. But hurry, Dynamor without you is no...

Kick Off 3: European Challenge

Kick Off 3: European Challenge

Sega Genesis - Released - November 26, 1994

Kick Off 3: European Challenge is a football game developed by Steve Screech for Anco Games as a sequel to Kick Off 2 (which made it to the Sega Mega Drive in the altered form of Super Kick Off). VIC Tokai published a version for the Mega Drive in 1994. Unlike its predecessors, Kick Off 3 had no involvement from lead programmer Dino Dini, and thus plays very differently to other games in the series, having a "horizontal" pitch as opposed to a "vertical" one. Due to these radical changes, the game was met with controversy upon release. Dino Dini released his own football game around the same...

Kick Off 3: European Challenge

Kick Off 3: European Challenge

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

Superb "Game Play" with instant playability. 100 European and 24 International teams, each with a different style and strength based on the quality of 9 types of key players like PLAYMAKERS, WINGERS, LIBEROS etc. A soccer game unlike any other you have ever played.

Kid Kool and the Quest for the Seven Wonder Herbs

Kid Kool and the Quest for the Seven Wonder Herbs

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 22, 1988

This is the fastest paced video game anywhere. A race against the clock that only lightning-quick reflexes can win. Three days. That's all that's left to bring back the Seven Wonder Herbs from the evil Empire of Draxor and asve King Voldam. The diabolical Crown Prince of Draxor has sent out a hellish army to guard them. Now he waits at the gates of the kingdom to lay it waste when the quest fails. The only ones with a chance to get through are Kid Kool -- and you. You and the Kid are up against an assortment of enemies and obstacles that would turn most youngsters green. To get past...

King Salmon: The Big Catch

King Salmon: The Big Catch

Sega Genesis - Released - September 26, 1992

King Salmon: The Big Catch is a fishing competition simulator: a player has to spend a day fishing for king salmon. Activities simulated include driving a boat to choose the best place to fish, choice of lures, line lengths, fishing depths, driving a boat to troll for salmon and, finally, pulling the caught fish out. The objective is to overcome some fictional fishermen, played by computer, in terms of the fish caught. Game also includes simple role-playing elements, as player's skill improve with time and experience and it's possible to catch bigger and better fish successfully.

The Krion Conquest

The Krion Conquest

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 14, 1990

Once upon a time, long long ago, the world was experiencing great ruin. Enormous animals were bestowed upon the earth to create terrible pain and hardship for the people. The people were desperate, so they called upon the Old Witches' World for help. Thence came Francesca, a gracious witch with great powers. She fought and saved the world from these terrible creatures. The land began to flourish again and the people worked peacefully together to rebuild their wonderful cities. All was well. Now, we too are experiencing serious turmoil. Terrible horrid beings called Krions have decended upon...

Laplace No Ma

Laplace No Ma

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 14, 1995

Laplace´s Demon is a Sweet Home-like RPG for the SNES. It takes place in a suburb of Boston in 1924. You can pick from one of six or so classes at the start of the game (Detective, Journalist, Psychic, etc) and you can recruit other members, and it plays a lot like a normal RPG. It also seems to be one of the first games to pioneer a limit-break like system, which is now in use in a lot of games :P The focus of the game leans heavily towards exploration. The max experience level is 10, and you get just as much EXP from solving puzzles and finding new places as you do from killing monsters....

Lock On

Lock On

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 16, 1993

Wreak havoc in the air when you lock on target and blast your enemies out of the skies. You are Jake Steel and it's up to you to stop a crazed madman from blowing up the United Nations. It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it. To make your job a little easier, you get to choose your weapon of attack. You can choose from four different aircraft: the F14 Tomcat, the A10 Warthog, the British Tornado, or the Japanese FSX. Lock On delivers realistic air to air combat and you'll be pulling G's that you never even knew existed. The enemy forces on the ground are not immune to your fire...

Lucle

Lucle

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 25, 1994

L.U.C.L.E is an intergalactic space shuttle in search of alien life form. It's latest task is to explore the newly discovered planet "Hexlexon" 4.3 billion miles from the sun. On entering its atmosphere LUCLE is drained of most of its vital power. With time running out fast, LUCLE must travel over hazardous mountain ranges across deep caverns and icy lakes dotted with bombs, pit holes and take blocks to reach this vital energy source-Hexlexon centre of power "The Solar Energising Zones". The Race is On ...... challenge the clock through a labyrinth of 30 Action Packed Brain Teasing Levels.

The Mafat Conspiracy

The Mafat Conspiracy

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 27, 1990

A "Star Wars" satellite has been snatched out of orbit, the world edges toward nuclear oblivion, and the CIA and KGB are blaming each other. Golgo 13 is back just in time. The Mafat Conspiracy is a phantasmagora of action and interaction. Your eyeballs will stretch from their sockets as you speed through Europe in Golgo's Ferrari. Your bones will rattle as you leap across the cars on the Orient Express. And if you think you've seen bad dudes, wait till you feel the power of Duke Togo's wicked karate kick. The Mafat Conspiracy is for those who demand the very best in video games!

Mazin Saga: Mutant Fighter

Mazin Saga: Mutant Fighter

Sega Genesis - Released - February 26, 1993

The recent nuclear, bio-chemical warfare has left the Earth's ecosystem spinning out of control, but the environment is not the only victim, nor is it the only unbalanced bi-product of the grilsy war. All surviving Earth inhabitants have been forced to live beneath the planet in an underground enclave. Meanwhile, every creature that walks the earth or flies its murky skies is a ghastly biological horror, and an integral part of the army of armored biobeasts who for the Steelmask Force. Earth is not a pretty planet in this year 1999, but you and all-world hero, Mazinger-Z, might be just what...

Oraga Land Shusai: Best Farmer Shuukakusai

Oraga Land Shusai: Best Farmer Shuukakusai

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 17, 1995

A competitive farming game around to be the first to successfully plant and harvest a number of specific crops, indicated by a quota in the middle of the screen. The player has a four-by-four grid with which to plant crops, each of which will grow at a specific rate. They must also fight off various creatures which show up to eat or damage the crops. Once each crop has fully grown, the player can run down to collect them and use the empty land left behind to plant something else.

Playboy Karaoke Collection Volume 2

Playboy Karaoke Collection Volume 2

Sega Saturn - Released - August 9, 1996

Playboy Karaoke Collection Volume 2 (プレイボーイカラオケvol.2) is a 1996 compilation of karaoke music videos with Playboy models in the background released by VIC Tokai for the Sega Saturn exclusively in Japan. A first volume was also made.

Princess Minerva

Princess Minerva

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 23, 1995

Princess Minerva is based on an anime of the same name. In the kingdom of Whistler, the best fighters are young, beautiful women, proficient in many styles of combat. Princess Minerva is one of them. She participates in a tournament, battles against the best female fighters of the country, and ultimately joins forces with them, building a super-powerful party that is bound to defeat the archenemy of the Queen of Whistler, the evil sorceress Dynastar. The game begins where the girls are already united and are getting ready for the grand quest. Your party contains nine girls, each one with...

Scratch Golf

Scratch Golf

Sega Game Gear - Released - March 1, 1994

Scratch Golf is an overhead golfing sim that the player can play on two different golf courses either against three computer opponents in a game of scratch golf or practice on any course by themselves. Two-players can also play via link up against each other in head-to-head or team up and go up against a computer duo. Like many other golf games the player uses a power and accuracy bar that is brought up after pressing a certain button and pressing it again to confirm the position.

Shien's Revenge

Shien's Revenge

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 8, 1994

Enjoy a breathtaking weekend on us, in 500 B.C. Greece. Shien's Revenge takes you warping through time to places like 21st century South America and 13th century Mongolia. Sounds like one heck of a vacation doesn't? And the only thing that might put a damper on your travel plans is Saw Tooth, master of evil ninja techniques, because he tends to destroy everything in sight. Oh, and there are the Hanging Snakes that live in treetops and drop down when they're hungry. And did we forget to mention the Undertaker, whose expertise lies underground. Shien's Revenge. Accepting thrill seekers now.

Shinobi Legions

Shinobi Legions

Sega Saturn - Released - September 18, 1995

Blood is thicker than water. Not in this family. Twin Brothers Sho and Kazuma give sibling rivalry a bad name. While Sho does all the nice things that would make his Shinobi ancestors proud, Kazuma has them turning in the family plot. Kazuma's band of merciless mercenaries is intent on reducing the family membership by one. Meanwhile, Kazuma abducts his own sister, Aya, just to make sure Sho has soemthing to think about before storming in on his brother. Sometimes kids just don't turn out the way you want them to. Nine stages of explosive action. Digitized characters. Vertical and...

Shinseiki Odysselya

Shinseiki Odysselya

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 18, 1993

A traditional turn-based RPG, with the first-person combat view made popular by Dragon Quest and the earlier RPGs like Wizardry that inspired it. The protagonist is an amnesiac human woman (who the player names early on) that is rescued by a friendly dragonman during the game's intro. Shinseiki Odysselya was intended to be released in the US with the name Lost Mission, but the localization project was canceled close to completion.

Shinseiki Odysselya II

Shinseiki Odysselya II

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 6, 1995

Shinseiki Odysselya II ("Gospel of a New Century Odysselya II") is a turn-based RPG for the Super Famicom and the follow-up to the 1993 SFC game Shinseiki Odysselya. A party of trainee heroes are forced to take up arms when invaders arrive in their town. The game borrows a lot from Mediterranean history and mythology, with countries and monsters inspired by Greek, Persian and Roman locations. The party also visits South America, including Nasca, the Amazon and the Andes.

Silverload

Silverload

Sony Playstation - Released - May 10, 1996

SilverLoad is the title of a graphic adventure video game produced by Vic Tokai in 1996. In this single-player game, you control, via a first person perspective, a Wild West cowboy as he ventures into a haunted town in order to save two children that were taken from their parents. The U.S. based Entertainment Software Ratings Board gave the game a "M" rating for its graphic violence, blood and gore, and bits of profanity. The game was released for the personal computer in Europe, and the original PlayStation edition was given an international release. As is the case with other graphic...

Socket

Socket

Sega Genesis - Released - August 17, 1993

Who is this Socket and where is he going so fast? He's a duck with an attitude, and he's taking himself and his electric cord tail anywhere he needs to be. Socket is one bad duck. He's so fast that he can turn out the lights and get out of the room before it gets dark! He's got more alternating current than the electric company and more moves than Air-What's-His-Name. Plug into Socket for a little AC buzz and some fast times!

SOS

SOS

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1994

Are You Destined To Survive, Or Fated To A Watery Grave? In sixty minutes you'll find out. Meanwhile, you'll have to keep your head above water. Of course, with the ship capsizing, you may not know where "above" is. You may be tempted to save your own life, but saving others may have its rewards. Whatever you do, do it quickly, because time is the difference between life or death.

Super Conflict

Super Conflict

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1993

The war is simulated; the thrills aren't. Super Conflict is war enough for anybody whether you're a video gamer, a board game fan, or a soldier. Super Conflict presents a middle east theater of operations over varied terrain. Super Conflict places the strategic control of ground, naval, and air force's squarely in the player's hands. The scope of Super Conflict is awesome. There are 16 thrilling scenarios in 2-player mode and a breath-taking 55 scenarios in 1-player mode. The 1-player mode also challenges you to 5 different levels of difficulty. Super Conflict delivers not only a...

Terra Cresta

Terra Cresta

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 27, 1986

In the follow-up to Moon Cresta, a well-guarded planet is being invaded. You will have to make a succession of passes over the landscape, shooting out ground turrets and aliens. Numbered bases release power-ups when shot - these can either be used in combination or (by pressing the space bar) in Formation Mode, covering a wider range of shooting positions. Each pass over the planet ends with a boss; the third and final one with a boss who can only be killed if you are at maximum power. Death puts you back to the start of the world.

Time Slip

Time Slip

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1993

Once upon a time travel past came through the future. Yes, Dr. Gilgamesh. You are all that stands in the way of these reptilian shape-shifters and the portals of time. Should you choose to slip into the vortex of time and challenge these surly creatures, you will have to be quick. The shape-shifters of the planet Tirmat are taking full advantage of the break in the time continuum. And they are perilously close to establishing a base in our past. If allowed to pass through the time portals, even a small Tirmatian force would overwhelm the armies of Earth's past. Go quickly, Dr....

Tokoro's Mahjong

Tokoro's Mahjong

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 23, 1994

Tokoro's Mahjong is a mahjong game for the Super Nintendo featuring the Japanese comedian and musician George Tokoro (real name Takayuki Haga). It follows a series of Arcade games where Tokoro plays mahjong against a series of colorful characters. The game features a freeplay mode where the player selects their opponents. There is also a story mode that intermittently features mahjong games.

Tokoro's Mahjong Jr.

Tokoro's Mahjong Jr.

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 22, 1994

Top Gear 2

Top Gear 2

Sega Genesis - Released - September 1, 1994

We'll make this quick. You're holding the number one race game revved up for the SEGA Genesis. You'll scream through 64 cities in 16 countries at 200+mph. Experience twisting, turning, flipping and jumping action either solo or head-to-head. The more races you win, the more prize money you'll receive. The more money you have, the more upgrades you can buy. Arm yourself with the best engine, tires, armor and transmission and race day or night, rain or shine, fog or snow. Top Gear 2 - There's nothing half fast about it.

Trouble Shooter

Trouble Shooter

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1991

Sometimes the best man for the job is a woman... When King Fredrick's only son and heir to the throne is kidnapped by Blackball, the mutant military weapons genius, an international disaster seems imminent. Colonel Patch quickly contacts the "Trouble Shooter" to find Prince Eldon and destroy Blackball and his treacherous robotic underworld. You can imagine his surprise when two gorgeous girls show up, ready to do battle. Madison and her faithful sidekick, Crystal, go through five stages of violent combat to rescue the Prince. They encounter all sorts of fearful creatures in their...

Zerd no Densetsu

Zerd no Densetsu

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1991

Zerd no Densetsu 2: Xerd!! Gishin no Ryouiki

Zerd no Densetsu 2: Xerd!! Gishin no Ryouiki

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - February 19, 1993

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