Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 29, 2001
Rouge Victoire is the spunky young princess of Silverbell Kingdom. As the heiress of the royal family, an incredible power lies within her... a power that she is not always able to fully control. Shion Earthland, Rouge's childhood friend, is a young swordsman sworn as her protector. With the king, Rouge's father, in failing health, and the queen turned to stone by a terrible curse, Rouge must prove herself fit to rule her country and learn to control her power with the help of her friends and her indomitable sense of justice.
Sony PSP - Released - March 31, 2011
Christmas is the protagonist's least favorite holiday in the year, but this this time, he's trying to change things, he decides to spend the holiday with the girl of his dreams. Filled to the brim with pretty characters, carefully drawn illustrations and story events, Amagami is now available as an Ebkore+ edition. The game system is upgraded with more choices, story clips and mini games. Those who are not exactly good with mahjong can now let the game handle it for them, while they focus on getting the routes and endings they want.
Sony PSP - Released - March 31, 2011
Amagami is a romantic simulation game, that features a unique system, that allows you to progress with the story in a non-linear fashion by choosing various tiles on the 'scenario' map in desired order. After choosing a particular tile you're taken to the corresponding scene and successfully completing it usually unlocks more tiles allowing you to further progress with the story. There are six main characters in the game, and one extra character that's unlocked after meeting certain requirements. The time limit is forty days, in that time you have to become close enough with one of the...
Sony PSP - Released - October 4, 2012
Bring up the knights of the round table. You are the master of knights with students of various backgrounds, some of them are elves, others are princesses, take them into the dungeons, solve the mysteries inside and unlock the beautiful event scenes. Everything is delicate in this RPG, including the enemies. The system is easy to learn but offers a variety of gameplay options, collect items and develop your characters, conquer the maps and discover individual character stories. This Sony PSP is an upgrade from the existing Xbox360 version, there are more illustrations, monsters and even...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 31, 2006
In this installment of the EVE series, the two protagonists are once again the young careless private detective Kojiroh Amagi, and the sexy government agent Marina Houjou. Five years have passed since the events described in EVE: The Fatal Attraction. One day, Kojiroh bumps into a young girl on the street, accompanied by a foreigner. Immediately afterwards he receives a call from his ex-girlfriend, who tells him a girl has been kidnapped, and sends him a picture of that girl. To his astonishment, Kojiroh realizes this is the very same girl he just saw on the street... Meanwhile, Marina...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 30, 2004
A conversion of the Japanese adventure game (but stripped of the hardcore erotic elements for PlayStation audiences), enhanced with a number of bonuses such as scene graphic browsers and a music browser. The story revolves around the war of the Holy Grail, a ancient relic said to grant any wish. Seven magicians accompanied by one servant each fight to the death and the sole surviving team may approach the Grail. Things get interesting though when student Shiroh Emiya becomes one of those involved in the fight for the Holy Grail.
Sony Playstation - Released - December 16, 1999
Unlike many anime and manga-based games, Gate Keepers is a turn-based strategy role-playing game which spanned manga and anime TV series not long after its release. The game uses visual novel elements with static background and 2D anime-style characters during dialogues and switches to isometric bird's eye perspective during turn-based combat. The battlefield camera can be rotated by 90 degrees full circle, and while action camera occasionally kicks in there is no ability to zoom in/out of adjust camera angle which can result in some units being more difficult to see in urban warfare with tall...
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - March 27, 2014
This first print limited edition release includes: Golden Time: Vivid Memories game Fan book (includes bonus novel, comic, illustrations, game cels, and more) Character figurine (1:8 scale model) While the supplies lasted and included in the pre-orders, this release additionally included: Audio drama Original soundtrack
Nintendo 3DS - Released - December 19, 2013
Highschool DxD is a visual novel from Kadokawa Games, based on the events of the first season of the anime.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 22, 2001
The first Iron Aces game took place using World War II era planes. Iron Aces 2: Birds of Prey ignores this limitation and lets the player choose from a variety of fighters including the first jets and missile-armed fighters... right up to the F/A-18 Hornet. The player can fly these fighters on a variety of objective-based missions or set the fighters loose in Free Battle Mode and place any plane type against any other.
Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 26, 1999
Kidou Senkan Nadesico: Nadesico the Mission is an adventure game for the Sega Dreamcast based on the Kidou Senkan Nadesico franchise. It continues the story from Prince of Darkness.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 25, 2004
This PlayStation 2 version is a port from PC (Windows) game Lime Iro Senkitan (which in turn spanned a TV anime series as well), but with removed adult content and a removed mature rating. The story takes place in Meiji era Japan, around the turn of the 20th century, when Japan and Russia are in the major conflict. You play Shintarou, a Russian diplomat originally from Japan, who defects to Japan and arrives at Sapporo to teach the girls at the academy to fight the Russian invading forces. But the five girls that you meet are not your ordinary girls, they have special powers which allows...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1995
This game is a prequel to the popular anime series, which draw heavily from the look and feel of Dungeons & Dragons. Choose from one of four adventures to play through in this strategy RPG!
Sony PSP - Released - December 23, 2009
It is a simulation game where the player's character(s) train to be an idol from Animate by playing mini-games and varying quizzes. In the beginning Konata Izumi is the only playable character available, but more characters and other content is acquired as the player progress.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 24, 2008
"Lucky Star", which is very popular in anime and comics, has become a love adventure game and is now available on PlayStation®2! The player takes the role of the main character who has transferred to Ryouzakura Gakuen where Konata and her friends attend, preparing for the school festival play. The game is a full-fledged adventure with full voice acting, selectable scenario branching, and other authentic adventure features. Let's enjoy the unusual contact with "Otaku Girls"!
Sony PSP - Released - December 23, 2010
The game is a Romance-ADV Visual novel based on the Lucky Star characters. It is also the first type of Lucky Star in which the characters Kō Yasaka and Yamato Nagamori appeared. The game features the voice cast of the anime reprising their respective roles.
Sega Saturn - Released - October 25, 1996
The remake features 32-bit graphics (as opposed to the 16-bit of the original); many of the locations and characters have been re-designed. The anime-style cutscenes from the original have turned into full-motion animated movies. Some scenes were added and/or prolonged. While the main storyline remains the same in the remade version, changes were made to some of the quests, dialogue, and motivations of some of the characters. A few characters that play a role in the plot development were added. Some of these changes affect the gameplay as well: for example, a certain character accompanies...
Sega Saturn - Released - October 25, 1996
Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete is an enhanced remake of Lunar: The Silver Star. The remake features 32-bit graphics (as opposed to the 16-bit of the original); many of the locations and characters have been re-designed. The anime-style cutscenes from the original have turned into full-motion animated movies. Some scenes were added and/or prolonged. While the main storyline remains the same in the remade version, changes were made to some of the quests, dialogue, and motivations of some of the characters. A few characters that play a role in the plot development were added. Some of...
Sony PSP - Released - April 26, 2012
Based from a manga by Sakae Esuno. The game introduces Kirisaki Azami as the thirteenth diary owner. The game also has a system called "Yandere Operation", where Yuno will taking an action based on player's choices when her bar is full, which can be a bad or a good thing. Player can also looking at their diary in the game, although it will automatically be done every time the entry affects the story.
Sony PSP - Released - July 28, 2011
A visual novel inspired by the hit anime and manga franchise. Through map movement, the player encounters several situations and minigames and depending on their performance, the player will be able to see voiced scenes and gags.
Sony PSP - Released - February 2, 2012
Kazuya Maeda is a second-year high school student who takes pictures of girls with his camera that he received from his dad. The game focuses on his romantic encounters with various girls at his school.
Sega Dreamcast - Released - February 26, 2001
Experience the world of Record of Lodoss War up close and personal in an epic 3D Action/RPG only for Sega Dreamcast. Take control of a mysterious warrior from the past, resurrected to save the future, on a colossal quest filled with pulse-pounding action and high adventure. Join forces with popular characters from the Lodoss universe and combat hundreds of vicious enemies with dozens of spectacular spells
WonderSwan - Released - August 10, 2000
Ring ∞ is a spin-off of the cult horror film Ring. In the game you'll have the unfortunate experience of running across a VHS tape the contents of which will mysteriously kill the viewer seven days after viewing. The tape has been making the rounds at a local high school and students are starting to get used to seeing the petrified faces of their lifeless peers staring blankly up at them from all manner of unlikely places. The game is a text based 'choose your own adventure' game. You'll be presented with text to read and occasionally get a chance to make a decision. Occasionally you'll...
Nintendo 3DS - Released - November 10, 2015
Rodea the Sky Soldier (天空の機士ロデア, Tenkuu no Kishi Rodea) is an action-adventure video game developed by Prope for the Wii and Kadokawa Games for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. The game stars Rodea, an android who possesses the ability to fly and a "heart". These traits result in Rodea becoming a soldier in order to fulfill his promise of protecting the kingdom of Garuda, a series of islands that float in the sky, from the ground-based Naga Empire and its leader, Emperor Geardo. Although development was completed in 2011, Rodea the Sky Soldier went unreleased for four years until finally seeing a...
Sony Playstation - Released - July 31, 1997
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 20, 2005
Shuffle! On the Stage is an Adventure game, developed and published by Kadokawa, which was released in Japan in 2005.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 25, 1998
Slayers is a series of over 52 light novels written by Hajime Kanzaka and illustrated by Rui Araizumi. It was later developed into several manga titles, five televised anime series, two three-episode original video animations (OVAs), and five movies. It also spawned several console role-playing games for the Sega Saturn and PlayStation, as well as one for the Super Famicom. Slayers is a Dungeons & Dragons inspired narrative that follows the adventures of the young sorceress Lina Inverse and her companions as they journey through their world. Using powerful magic and swordsmanship they battle...
Sega Saturn - Released - July 25, 1997
Lina, Gourry, and Naga are barely together for a day before finding themselves yet again as the only thing standing in the way of world-wide cataclysm. It's up to them, as well as many returning friends, to save to world, or what will be left of it anyways. Gameplay in Slayers Royal takes place in a mixture of 2D town screens and 3D turn based battle arenas. In towns you can move between multiple areas as well as look at objects and people to examine or talk to them. Lina will often get into (occasionally voiced) conversations with her companions, and in most conversations choices can come...
Sega Saturn - Released - September 3, 1998
That didn't take long. Only a few months after the events of Slayers Royal and already Lina, Gourry, and an even larger cast of characters will have to save the world yet again. If they don't all kill each other first, of course. Slayers Royal 2 plays similarly to the first game, but with several tweaks. You can no longer look at any object on a town screen, but there is now an event button that will automatically talk to anyone on the screen you're able to talk to. The passage of days from the first game has been expanded to include five times of day, and some events only happen at...
Sony Playstation - Released - July 1, 1999
Slayers Royal 2 takes place only a few months after the events of Slayers Royal and already Lina, Gourry, and an even larger cast of characters will have to save the world yet again. If they don't all kill each other first, of course. Slayers Royal 2 plays similarly to the first game, but with several tweaks. You can no longer look at any object on a town screen, but there is now an event button that will automatically talk to anyone on the screen you're able to talk to. The passage of days from the first game has been expanded to include five times of day, and some events only happen at...
Nintendo DS - Released - January 27, 2011
Sora no Otoshimono Forte: Dreamy Season is a Japan-exclusive Visual novel/Adventure game, developed and published by Kadokawa Shoten for the Nintendo DS, based on the anime Sora no Otoshimono Forte, the second season of Sora no Otoshimono. The game mostly consists of typical visual novel/dating simulator gameplay in which the main character, Tomoki, visits and talks to his friends, and you decide which dialogue option to choose next in order to further various game options. Once in a while, you get to pleasure one of the girls, where you use the DS Stylus Pen to tap and rub on different...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 27, 2001
From the award-winning developers Treasure (creators of Gunstar Heroes, Dynamite Heady, Mischief Makers, Bagai-O) comes Stretch Panic, a dark comic fantasy that takes you for a trip on an entirely new gaming experience! Join Linda as she journeys through Limbo and the Museum of Agony to save her 12 possessed sisters from the clutches of the demons of vanity! Armed with only a possessed scarf, it's up to you to rescue your siblings!