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19 ji 03 pun Ueno Hatsu Yakou Ressha

19 ji 03 pun Ueno Hatsu Yakou Ressha

Sony Playstation - Released - August 3, 2000

19-03 Ueno Hatsu Yakou Ressha is a third person adventure game that tells the story of Tsupei Akai a freelance photographer or of Miyuki Hatakeyama a middle school teacher. Both of them take the night train that goes from Toyo's Ueno to Sapporo but what started as a normal train travel soon will start to be a little more complicated since they will be involved into murders, assassins and other dangerous situations. The player can choose at the beginning of the game which story he wants to play and the situations and reactions of each character are different, so there is 2 adventures in the...

Akazu no Ma

Akazu no Ma

Sony Playstation - Released - May 9, 1997

Akazu no ma (aka Akazu no Aida) is a strange sound novel game, specially due to the lack of characters in the game since they never appear in the screen, that to advance between places the game uses a FMV sequence and that the game is really slow to advance in the story. The gameplay is the classic in a sound novel game, in some parts of the game the player is asked to choose between different options that will take the story through different ways and that makes the game to feature different endings depending of those choices. The story (written by Yoshikazu Takeuchi) is a futuristic...

Appleseed: Prometheus no Shintaku

Appleseed: Prometheus no Shintaku

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 26, 1994

World War III is over, and nomad soldier Duenan Knute and her cyborg partner Briareos struggle to survive in the abandoned cities and demilitarized zones of the post-war wasteland, the "Badside." Matters appear on the upswing, however, when they are found and brought to Olympus, an urban utopia and centerpiece for the reconstruction of civilization. Duenan and Bri join the Olympus' police, a force that seems hardly necessary in such a paradise. But, like in most pretty pictures, perfection is an illusion, and Olympus' peaceful facade hides a dark secret, a violent struggle between human and...

Cooly Skunk

Cooly Skunk

Nintendo Satellaview - Unreleased - 1996

Cooly Skunk was originally going to be released for Super Famicom on the mid-90s under the publishing of Bullet-Proof Software, until they backed out and Visit took over the project, but due the changing tides of the industry away from 16-bit consoles,this version was ultimately scrapped. This game would eventually get re-worked from the ground up for PlayStation hitting the Western market under the name of Punky Skunk. Just recently a BS-X cartridge was found in Japan, luckily still containing a demo of the game that was distributed via Satellaview. After the ROM as dumped, it was found...

Cooly Skunk

Cooly Skunk

Sony Playstation - Released - November 1, 1996

Daiobake Yashiki: Hamamura Jun no Jitsuwa Kaidan

Daiobake Yashiki: Hamamura Jun no Jitsuwa Kaidan

Sony Playstation - July 2, 1998

The Dog Master

The Dog Master

Sony Playstation - Released - August 7, 2003

Heisa Byouin

Heisa Byouin

Sony Playstation - Released - April 20, 2000

Heisa Byouin put the player inside somekind of hospital where his character arrives to try to discover the reasons of a serial of murders. As soon as he arrives things starting to go even worse and more people are killed, can you help him solve this horror mystery? The game features good cg graphics for the characters and the building, japanese voice acting and different endings depending of the actions of the player.

Inagawa Junji: Kyoufu no Yashiki

Inagawa Junji: Kyoufu no Yashiki

Sony Playstation - Released - July 1, 1999

Inagawa Junji: Mayonaka no Taxi

Inagawa Junji: Mayonaka no Taxi

Sony Playstation - Released - July 13, 2000

Inagawa Junji - Mayonaka no Taxi is a horror adventure game (sequel to Inagawa Junji - Kyoufu no Yashiki) that starts the japanese actor Inagawa Junji (predominant contemporary master storyteller of Japanese ghost tales). In the game the player takes the role of a taxi driver that at the beginning of a night takes Inagawa Junji as the passenger of his taxi, but soon he will regret that decission since after leaving him all that night he will meet different passenger that will tell him different horror stories and depending of the choices that he make during that night his own life will be...

Jahmong

Jahmong

Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 31, 2000

Jahmong (ジャーマン 音声認識麻雀ゲーム) is an mahjong game for the Sega Dreamcast. Its major selling point is being able to communicate with other players online through voice chat.

Jellyfish: The Healing Friend

Jellyfish: The Healing Friend

Sony Playstation - Released - September 8, 2000

Oyaji no Jikan: Nechan Mahjong de Shoubu Ya!

Oyaji no Jikan: Nechan Mahjong de Shoubu Ya!

Sony Playstation - Released - February 17, 2000

Oyaji no Jikan: Nee-chan Hanafuda de Shoubu ya!

Oyaji no Jikan: Nee-chan Hanafuda de Shoubu ya!

Sony Playstation - Released - February 17, 2000

Oyaji no Jikan: Nee-chan Tsuri Iku de!

Oyaji no Jikan: Nee-chan Tsuri Iku de!

Sony Playstation - Released - August 9, 2001

Rentaiou

Rentaiou

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - September 16, 1994

Rentaiou is a Strategy game, published by Visit, which was released in Japan in 1994.

Saishuu Densha

Saishuu Densha

Sony Playstation - Released - February 26, 1998

Saishuu Densha is a first person adventure game that begins when a business man arrives at the train station at midnight and he's just in time to catch the last train of the day, as soon as he boards the train he met a woman (that is a teacher) that is also in his wagon, soon they realise that the train is not stopping in the train stations and that their wagon's door is locked, they manage to open it and go through the next wagon when they find a young kid alone. They decided to go the next wagon and there they see some kind of liquid in the floor and when they are going to take a closer...

Saishuu Densha

Saishuu Densha

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 24, 2002

Saishuu Densha is an Adventure game, developed and published by Visit, which was released in Japan in 2002

Shiki Oriori no Bass Tsuri

Shiki Oriori no Bass Tsuri

Sony Playstation - Released - June 15, 2000

Bass fishing is the activity of angling for the North American gamefish known colloquially as the black bass. There are numerous black bass species considered as gamefish in North America, including largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides), smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieui), Spotted bass or Kentucky bass (Micropterus punctatus), Guadalupe bass (Micropterus treculii), and many other species and subspecies of the genus Micropterus. Though referred to as bass, all are actually members of the sunfish family (Centrarchidae: order Perciformes). Modern bass fishing has evolved into a...

The Shinri Game

The Shinri Game

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 10, 1994

The Shinri Game is a quiz based on judging the player's psychological profile. Various questions pose scenarios that the player weighs in on, and the game attempts to interpret the answers to psychoanalyze the player.

The Shinri Game

The Shinri Game

Sony Playstation - Released - April 26, 1996

The Shinri Game is the first game in the psychological games series for the Playstation One console. In these games that player have to answer different kind of psychological questions and after the tests the game will game some results.

The Shinri Game

The Shinri Game

Sega Dreamcast - Released - February 1, 2001

The Shinri Game (ザ・心理ゲーム) is a quiz game.

The Shinri Game 2

The Shinri Game 2

Sony Playstation - Released - May 2, 1997

The Shinri Game 2 is the second game in the psychological games series for the Playstation One console. In these games that player have to answer different kind of psychological questions and after the tests the game will game some results. The game uses a first person perspective 2D engine to make the different tests. The mini games part uses a 2D Graphics engine with cartoon graphics and third and first person perspectives. The mini games part can be played by 2 players at the same time in a vs mode.

The Shinri Game 2: Magical Trip

The Shinri Game 2: Magical Trip

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 10, 1995

The Shinri Game 2 is a quiz game that was released for the Super Famicom, Sony PlayStation and Game Boy. It is the sequel to The Shinri Game: Akuma no Kokoroji. The Shinri Game 2 dropped the heaven/hell aesthetic of its predecessor and went with basic animated shapes and colors akin to music visualizers of the era as well as a more serene soundtrack. The Shinri Game series offers various questions that test the player's judgment and personality rather than their general knowledge. The word "shinri" is Japanese for "psychology". It would go on to have many more sequels, most of which were...

The Shinri Game 2: Osaka-Hen

The Shinri Game 2: Osaka-Hen

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 14, 1994

The Shinri Game 2 is a quiz game that was released for the Super Famicom, Sony PlayStation and Game Boy. It is the sequel to The Shinri Game: Akuma no Kokoroji. The Shinri Game 2 dropped the heaven/hell aesthetic of its predecessor and went with basic animated shapes and colors akin to music visualizers of the era as well as a more serene soundtrack. The Shinri Game series offers various questions that test the player's judgment and personality rather than their general knowledge. The word "shinri" is Japanese for "psychology". It would go on to have many more sequels, most of which were...

The Shinri Game 3

The Shinri Game 3

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 25, 1995

The Shinri Game 3 is a quiz game with an emphasis on asking the player pointed questions and gauging their personality from the responses they selected for those questions. With this third game in The Shinri Game series, the theme switches to historical scenarios that the player is quizzed on. They are shown a short story featuring characters from different eras of history, and the following questions are related to that story. The Shinri Game 3 was the final game in the series to be released on the Super Famicom. The series would continue on the Sony PlayStation for several more years,...

The Shinri Game 3

The Shinri Game 3

Sony Playstation - Released - November 27, 1997

The Shinri Game 3 is the third game in the psychological games series for the Playstation One console. In these games that player have to answer different kind of psychological questions and after the tests the game will game some results. The game uses a first person perspective 2D engine to make the different tests. This third game got also a mini game mode with over 30 different mini games for 2 players to play in a vs mode.

The Shinri Game 4: Itsumo shin ni hoshizora o

The Shinri Game 4: Itsumo shin ni hoshizora o

Sony Playstation - Released - November 5, 1998

The Shinri Game 4 Itsumo shin ni hoshizora o is the fourth game in the psychological games series for the Playstation One console. In these games that player have to answer different kind of psychological questions and after the tests the game will game some results. The game uses a first person perspective 3D engine to make the different tests. The game features 6 game modes: 1 - Veracious mode 2 - Short story 3 - Yes or no mode 4 - Date Simulation mode 5 - Relationship mode - 2 Player mode 6 - Affinity mode - 2 Player mode

The Shinri Game: Akuma no Kokoroji

The Shinri Game: Akuma no Kokoroji

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 26, 1993

The Shinri Game: Akuma no Kokoroji is a quiz based on judging the player's psychological profile. Various questions pose scenarios that the player weighs in on, and the game attempts to interpret the answers to psychoanalyze the player. The Shinri Game series is published by Visit, which would go on to take a developer role for future entries in the series. Akuma no Kokoroji in particular was developed by Ukiyotei, a short-lived company started by an ex-Capcom employee which also created Skyblazer among other SNES games.

Tarot Mystery

Tarot Mystery

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 28, 1995

A simulation of a Tarot reading. The title was not released in North America or Europe. Users ask questions and look at cards. The cards used in the game are from the Rider-Waite deck, complete with violent images and nudity. Each reading consists of a Celtic cross where 12 cards are picked by the person being read. These cards will tell about the player's past, present, and future completely in Japanese. The game automatically reads the person's fortune. Once the cards are dealt, each card deals with different issues that the player will have to put up with in his or her future life. They...

The Uranai 2: Mainichi no Tarot Uranai

The Uranai 2: Mainichi no Tarot Uranai

Sony Playstation - Released - January 18, 1999

The Uranai 3: Mainichi no Houi Uranai

The Uranai 3: Mainichi no Houi Uranai

Sony Playstation - Released - August 24, 2000

The Uranai 4: Harapeko Kuma no Kaiun Kabbalah Uranai

The Uranai 4: Harapeko Kuma no Kaiun Kabbalah Uranai

Sony Playstation - Released - August 24, 2000

The Uranai 4: Harapeko Kuma no Kaiun Kabbalah Uranai is the fourth games in the Uranai series of Tarot games made for the Playstation One Console. In these games that player provide personal information for the game to make a tarot of the player's personality. After that the player controls the character with his personality through a journey.

The Uranai 5: Shinpi no Rune Uranai

The Uranai 5: Shinpi no Rune Uranai

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 2000

The Uranai 6: Suisei-san no Tottemo Kyuusei Senseijutsu

The Uranai 6: Suisei-san no Tottemo Kyuusei Senseijutsu

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 2000

The Uranai: Renai Seiza Uranai

The Uranai: Renai Seiza Uranai

Sony Playstation - Released - November 11, 1999

Zenkoku Juudan Ultra Shinri Game

Zenkoku Juudan Ultra Shinri Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 5, 1995

A spin-off of Visit's Shinri Game quiz series that frames its probing questions with a geographical TV quiz show. Zengoku Juudan Ultra Shinri Game ("National Longitudinal Slice Ultra Psychology Game", referring to how the in-game game show selects a region for a question by picking its longitude) is a quiz show for the Super Famicom that opts for questions of a more personality-test nature. With every Shinri Game, these questions are presented with a distinct framing device: in Zengoku Juudan's case, the game is presented as if it was a TV game show that pulls its questions from specific...

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