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3 on 3 Dunk Madness

3 on 3 Dunk Madness

Arcade - Released - 1997

3 On 3 Dunk Madness is a Sports game, developed and published by Video System, which was released in 1997.

Aero Fighters 2

Aero Fighters 2

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - 1995

The game is played with two buttons, with the A button firing bullets from the plane and the B button launching a special bomb attack which uses a bomb from a limited stock of bombs. Power bullets can be obtained by destroying buildings and armored enemy planes. There are 2 types of Power bullets: "P" Power bullets, that increases the plane's firepower by one level, and "F" Power bullets, that increases the plane's firepower to the maximum level instantly. The maximum level only lasts for a limited amount of shots. When certain ground enemies and buildings are destroyed, money bonuses appear...

Aero Fighters 2

Aero Fighters 2

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - August 26, 1994

Aero Fighters 2 was produced by Video System Co. Ltd. in 1994. A jet shooter with several different characters including a dolphin. FULL POWER! SONIC DOGFIGHT. Up in the skies above 8 countries, control one of 8 fighters and join the sonic dogfight! With 4 level shooting and special weapons, blow out your enemies!

Aero Fighters 2

Aero Fighters 2

Arcade - Released - August 26, 1994

The game is played with two buttons, with the A button firing bullets from the plane and the B button launching a special bomb attack which uses a bomb from a limited stock of bombs. Power bullets can be obtained by destroying buildings and armored enemy planes. There are 2 types of Power bullets: "P" Power bullets, that increases the plane's firepower by one level, and "F" Power bullets, that increases the plane's firepower to the maximum level instantly. The maximum level only lasts for a limited amount of shots. When certain ground enemies and buildings are destroyed, money bonuses...

Aero Fighters 3

Aero Fighters 3

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - November 17, 1995

The third game in this series. The player controls an aircraft whose mission is to combat world terrorism. Each pilot has a storyline that goes along with the game. The game's fighter pilots come from different countries. Each one has a different storyline that unfolds during the gameplay. Also, depending on what country they serve, they get respective currency (or point) bonuses. Each pilot can expand their weapons and collect power-ups for extra large onslaughts. The object of the game is to fly from country to country and destroy all opposition around the world before flying into...

Aero Fighters 3

Aero Fighters 3

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - 1995

The world seems to be free from the menace of the evil alien forces. However, they are not willing to give up and launch a surprise attack against the Aero Fighters' base, effectively destroying their aircraft. Unable to counter the attack, they must use old WWII-era warplanes with strange modifications, in a desperate scramble for victory.

Aero Fighters 3

Aero Fighters 3

Arcade - Released - November 17, 1995

The world seems to be free from the menace of the evil alien forces. However, they are not willing to give up and launch a surprise attack against the Aero Fighters' base, effectively destroying their aircraft. Unable to counter the attack, they must use old WWII-era warplanes with strange modifications, in a desperate scramble for victory.

Aerofighters Assault

Aerofighters Assault

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 1, 1997

The Aero Fighters Assault team needs your help to save the Earth from the evil Phutta Morgana organization and their machines of doom. Join the battle and choose your fighter from 6 different aircrafts with unique missiles and special weapons to wipe out your enemies in 3D-environment!

Daa! Daa! Daa! Totsuzen * Card de Battle de Uranai de!

Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 8, 2000

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F-1 Grand Prix

F-1 Grand Prix

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 28, 1994

F-1 Grand Prix is a Racing game, developed and published by Video System, which was released in Japan in 1992.

F-1 Grand Prix Part III

F-1 Grand Prix Part III

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 22, 1994

F-1 Grand Prix Part III is a Racing game, developed and published by Video System, which was released in Japan in 1994.

F-1 Grand Prix: Part II

F-1 Grand Prix: Part II

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 26, 1993

F-1 Grand Prix Part II is a Racing game, developed and published by Video System, which was released in Japan in 1993.

F1 Racing Championship

F1 Racing Championship

Nintendo 64 - December 8, 2000

You'll line up against the fiercest opponents of all time in this ultimate F-1 simulation. Featuring real circuits from the 1999 Formula One season, F-1 RACING CHAMPIONSHIP boasts the inclusion of the brand new Sepang track in Malaysia. All of the drivers from the ’99 season are included, and each uses the strategies and techniques that he’d use in a real race. Two different modes allow you to try your hand at both ultra-realistic driving simulation, and arcade-style racing with brutal crashes and fast-paced, forgiving action. Each car has eight technical settings that can be tweaked to...

F-1 World Grand Prix

F-1 World Grand Prix

Nintendo 64 - Released - July 27, 1998

F-1 World Grand Prix straps you into the driver's seat as you experience the high-octane rush of an actual Formula One season. Compete in the FIA Formula One World Championship with your choice of 22 drivers. You'll race through 17 of the most challenging Formula One circuits. Five game modes including: Grand Prix, Exhibition, Time Trial, Challenge and Two-Player. Realistic racing effects include real-time tire wear, skid marks and exhaust flames.

F-1 World Grand Prix II

F-1 World Grand Prix II

Nintendo 64 - September 30, 1999

The second F1 experience from Paradigm, the direct sequel to F-1 World Grand Prix, has more of the same high speed antics around the Formula 1 circuit. Following the 1998 season, you'll experience all the drivers, tracks and teams and compete in a number of different racing modes, from the usual Grand Prix and Training to Challenge mode, where you'll attempt to complete a range of critical events based on the deal.

Jangou Simulation Mahjong Michi 64

Jangou Simulation Mahjong Michi 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - July 25, 1997

This game play a variant of the Japanese game known as “taisen mahjong” or “battle mahjong.” Here, a single player goes head-to-head against a cartoon character controlled by the software. The game is shortened for faster play, so that each player is only allowed eighteen discards. Scoring is counted as usual. The contest typically ends when one of the opponents’ score reaches zero.

Karate Blazers

Karate Blazers

Arcade - Released - 1991

Karate Blazers is a beat-em-up, martial arts fighting game with four main characters: mercenary Mark, wrestler Glen, "mysterious fighter" Gill, and ninja Akira. The plot is a common one for Video System: a girl has been kidnapped, and the player has to save her.

Kiteretsu Daihyakka: ChouJikuu Sugoroku

Kiteretsu Daihyakka: ChouJikuu Sugoroku

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 27, 1995

A virtual board game for Super Famicom. It uses the Kiteretsu Daihyakka license: a manga and eventual anime from the creators of Doraemon about a genius kid inventor who uses a book of designs to create wondrous devices such as a time machine and his samurai robot companion Korosuke. The game is similar to other board game adaptations for 16-bit consoles. Players move around a board and receive bonuses or penalties depending on where they land. There are a number of boards to choose from, each with different themes.

The Mahjong Touhaiden

The Mahjong Touhaiden

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 16, 1993

The Mahjong Touhaiden is a one-on-one mahjong game for the Super Famicom. It has a few RPG elements, and each character in its diverse cast has their own strengths and weaknesses. The player can follow a story mode with a selection of playable characters, or take on the CPU in single exhibition matches. It was developed by Khaos (either a company formed from Micronics employees, or Micronics itself after a name change) for Video System. As with all mahjong games on the Super Famicom, it was never released outside of Japan.

Pipe Dream

Pipe Dream

Arcade - Released - 1990

Pipe Dream was produced by Video System Co. Ltd. in 1990. A puzzle game where the player has to connect pipes.

Pop 'n Bounce

Pop 'n Bounce

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - January 1, 1997

In Pop'n Bounce players control a paddle at the bottom of the screen. The object is to keep a bouncing ball in play by hitting it with the paddle when the ball comes down to the bottom of the screen.

Power Spikes

Power Spikes

Arcade - Released - 1991

An indoor competitive volleyball game where the player can play world men's or world women's teams. The player plays the final set of the game and controls bumping, spiking, blocking and serving.

Rabbit Punch

Rabbit Punch

Arcade - Released - 1987

The royal family of Bunnyland was kidnapped by monsters and the player has to save them by beating all six levels of this side-scrolling shooter. The reason why the protagonist, a rabbit, can fly is the rocket launcher on his back. Just like in most shooters, the main objective is to survive the way to the end boss of each level without getting hit by enemies (three hits result in a life loss). The rabbit has three ways to defend itself: a regular gun, a strong melee punch and limited homing missiles. The power ups are shield energy refreshments, extra points, invincibility, more missiles...

Rabio Lepus Special

Rabio Lepus Special

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - October 19, 1990

Rabio Lepus Special is a home version of Rabbit Punch, the Arcade horizontal shoot 'em up from Video System, which was released to the PC Engine exclusively. It features numerous changes to accommodate the console, including the lack of a two-player mode. Therefore, despite the title, Lepus is not playable as this is a one player affair. The original Rabbit Punch Arcade game has been ported a few times - specifically by Hamster for their PS2 "Oretachi Geesen Zoku Sono" Arcade collection and later Arcade Archives series for PS4's PSN - yet this particular version has yet to see a rerelease.

Rettou Juudan Nekkyoku Janshi: Higashi Nippon Hen

Rettou Juudan Nekkyoku Janshi: Higashi Nippon Hen

Arcade - Released - 1988

Travel Japan for the best in mahjong nightlife! The title of this game translates from Japanese as 'Hot Affair Mahjong Soldier Flying Over the Archipelago: Eastern Japan Chapter'.

SD F-1 Grand Prix

SD F-1 Grand Prix

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - October 27, 1995

SD F-1 Grand Prix is a comedic spin-off of Video Systems's F-1 Grand Prix series. Rather than featuring real teams and drivers from Formula 1, it features ten anthropomorphic characters riding very small versions of the various Formula 1 open-wheel vehicles. It still features the licenses of FOCA and Fuji Television, two organizations that control the Formula 1 licensing rights in Japan. The game is loosely inspired by Super Mario Kart and its imitators. The game depicts the course from behind the player's vehicle, with the second half of the screen taken up by either the second human...

Sonic Wings Limited

Sonic Wings Limited

Arcade - Released - 1997

A secret organization called Fata Morgana is developing a weapon that is capable of killing or wounding two-thirds of the world's population. A super-national group of combat experts from all over the world called Project Blue has been established to counteract Fata Morgana's evil doings. There are 6 teams, 12 pilots, and 12 fighters in this version. There are 10 stages but only 7 are playable per game. After completing Stage 4, Stage 5 and 6 are chosen depending on player's performance. After completing Stage 6, one of Fight in Orbit, Another Dimension, or Mars becomes Stage 7, depending...

Ta•o Taido

Ta•o Taido

Arcade - Released - 1993

Ta•o Taido takes place on Earth, where eight martial artists from around the planet compete against each other to fight and defeat the legendary master and reveal the secrets of Ta•o Taido. The game appears to be similar to other 2D versus fighting games during its release, but has different gameplay. The player's character fights against his or her opponent in single round matches in a single player tournament mode with the computer or against another human player, while using very simplistic commands that summon charging attacks. Players press and hold two out of three buttons down to...

Wai Wai Mahjong: Yukai na Jantomi-tachi

Wai Wai Mahjong: Yukai na Jantomi-tachi

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - June 19, 1989

Wai Wai Mahjong ("wai wai" is Japanese onomatopoeia for the sound of a noisy/busy location) is a Mahjong game in which the player plays against various cartoonish opponents including a racing car driver and a nun. The game is one-on-one - unlike actual Mahjong which is generally played with four players - due to the limitations of Mahjong simulators back in the 8-bit/16-bit era.

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