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All Star Pro-Wrestling

All Star Pro-Wrestling

Sony Playstation 2 - June 8, 2000

All Star Pro-Wrestling is a 3D Japanese pro wrestling game with a focus on realism and authenticity, featuring more than two dozen New Japan Pro-Wrestling stars including Keiji Mutoh, Riki Choshu, Jushin Thunder Liger, and AKIRA. The game's defining feature is a unique twin-stick control scheme, with the left stick controlling the wrestler's movement, and the right stick executing different types of moves. The game includes a tournament mode, a league mode where the player can try to win the championship for each class, a challenge mode against every wrestler in the game, and exhibition...

Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon

Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon

Sony Playstation - Released - December 23, 1997

Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon is a video game made for the Sony PlayStation and Bandai WonderSwan. The game is vaguely linked to the Final Fantasy series by the series' trademark mascot, the chocobo. The title character in Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon is a yellow chocobo named Poulet (???, Pure?) (a pun on the Japanese "pureiya" meaning "player" and the French word "poulet" meaning "chicken"), but the player can rename him. Poulet is accompanied by his moogle traveling companion, Atla. Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon borrows many of its game play elements from the Mystery Dungeon sub-genre...

Chocobo Stallion

Chocobo Stallion

Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1999

The game was inspired by the Chocobo racing minigame at the Gold Saucer in Final Fantasy VII. The racing gameplay is similar, but has its own independent story that is not related to Final Fantasy VII. The player must train a chocobo and race against other computer controlled chocobos.

Cyber Org

Cyber Org

Sony Playstation - Released - April 22, 1999

Classified as a Space Opera, a new type of action game, Cyber Org is set in a futuristic world, with three different playable characters and multiple areas to explore. Each area has puzzles and fight sequences rendered in polygonal 3D. The gameplay is easy to understand even for beginners, utilizing a single button combined with a secondary button for combo attacks.

Dice de Chocobo

Dice de Chocobo

Sony Playstation - Released - December 13, 2002

Dice de Chocobo is a board game starring Chocobo from the Final Fantasy franchise that was first released as part of the Chocobo Collection. In this game, Chocobo must travel in various game board lands and beat each different board in order to free his friends and return to the real world. Each region has a different game board as well as different opponents. Beaten boards can be replayed to earn more playing pieces. The game is similar to Monopoly or even Fortune Street: The player has a certain amount of crystals that can be used to buy creatures to place on the board to increase the...

Final Fantasy Collection

Final Fantasy Collection

Sony Playstation - Released - March 11, 1999

Final Fantasy Collection is a compilation of three Final Fantasy games: Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, and Final Fantasy VI, released in Japan for the Sony PlayStation. The games are enhanced remakes of titles originally produced for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Although the games differ little from the original versions in terms of gameplay, graphics, and sound, a number of additional sequences are included, including art galleries, bestiaries, and full-motion video cutscenes. All three games were also released separately between 1997 and 1999. Although Final Fantasy...

Rad Racer II

Rad Racer II

Nintendo Entertainment System - June 1, 1990

Speed, Thrills and Glory! Feel the exhilaration of road racing with lightening fast Turbo Boost acceleration to 250 miles per hour. Plus the sensational ups and downs of zooming over ruggeg terrain in the hottest cars on the road today. All it takes to handle the action is skill, reflexes and nerves of steel. Drive to Win! Rad Racer II gives you all-out access to 8 of the most challenging race courses ever! Including the streets of New York City, Las Vegas and San Francisco. You'll feel more sense of speed and more responsiveness than ever before. And you can test your skills in...

Radical Dreamers: Nusumenai Hōseki

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - February 3, 1996

This text-based adventure (with some background graphics) was originally released in Japan over the Satellaview system. The game is a spin-off from the Chrono series, and is the precursor to Chrono Cross. Its main characters and plot elements are very close to those of Chrono Cross; it tells the story of Serge (travelling musician), Kid (thief), and Magil (wizard) as they attempt to steal the Frozen Flame from Viper Manor. The game contains multiple, often humorous endings. Gameplay is something between a standard text adventure and a visual novel. Rather than having a full array of...

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