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1 On 1 Government

1 On 1 Government

Arcade - Released - 2000

1 on 1: One on One Government is a Sports game, developed by Jorudan and published by Tecmo, which was released in Japan in 2000. You play one on one street basketball, must use your skills on the court like guard move, dribbling and dunks but including some illegal tactics such as punches and kicks but no foul, is just compete and win the game no matter how!

3-2-1, Rattle Battle!

3-2-1, Rattle Battle!

Nintendo Wii - Released - March 31, 2009

Rattle to rack up points in crazy mini-games! Battle your friends to see who’s the best rattler! 3-2-1, Rattle Battle! is a party game packed with exciting mini-games. Intuitive controls mean that anyone can enjoy playing - just grab the Wii Remote and shake it to “rattle”. Great fun for single players, but the party really gets started when you register high scores on Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection to see how you measure up against players from around the globe! Mini-Games: Rattle In Time: Use split-second timing to rattle at exactly the right moment! Rattle Reflex: Test your...

Aero Fighters

Aero Fighters

Arcade - Released - 1992

This is a vertical-scrolling air-combat game. Choose a player from four different countries. Aero Fighters lets you choose from 8 planes, each with a distinctive character. Each character has a different mission base to suit their fighter, a huge range of power-ups and weapons, and a distinctive bomb feature for clearing the screen.

All American Football

All American Football

Arcade - Released - November 1, 1989

An American football game up to four players with all the features of "John Elway's Team Quarterback" and much more : improved graphics, sideline shop, etc...

Bad News Baseball

Bad News Baseball

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 15, 1989

Looking for a baseball game that will challenge your skills and tickle your funnybone? You've finally found it. Bad News Baseball is the new cartoon-style, outrageously funny baseball game only from Tecmo. It's fast-paced and jam-packed full of new animated cinema displays and exciting action. And now Bad News Baseball has boys and girls teams! Play against the computer, play with a buddy, or use the spectator mode, but you had better get ready to laugh. Featuring 12 boys teams and 12 girls teams, 11 different pitches and Tecmo's famous instant close-ups, all you need is a hotdog and you're...

Captain Tsubasa

Captain Tsubasa

Sega CD - Released - September 30, 1994

Captain Tsubasa for the SEGA CD is a football game that follows the style of Tecmo Cup. Just like the Japanese version of Tecmo Cup, it is based on the anime series that narrate the adventures of the young Tsubasa, from his beginnings in the Nankatsu team, till the end of the National Championship, where he will compete against his biggest rival in the series, Kojro Hyuga, star striker of the Meiwa. During matches, you will see an animation of the player you control, and below him a map that indicates the locations of all players competing, your position being highlighted. If no rival...

Captain Tsubasa II: Super Striker

Captain Tsubasa II: Super Striker

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 20, 1990

Captain Tsubasa II: Super Striker is a continuation of the "Cinematic Soccer" series of games started on the Famicom. Released in 1990 by Tecmo this game is fairly similar to its predecessor but with some slight graphical improvements. It was also the last Tsubasa game to be released on the Family Computer with the series moving to the Super Famicom two years later.

Captain Tsubasa III: Koutei no Chousen

Captain Tsubasa III: Koutei no Chousen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 17, 1992

Captain Tsubasa III: Koutei no Chousen ("Kaiser's Challenge") is a soccer RPG based on the Captain Tsubasa manga and anime. It is the third game in the series, and the first for the Super Nintendo. As was the case with its forebears, Koutei no Chousen uses a semi-turn-based RPG format in which the player selects commands dependent on whether or not they have possession of the ball. The game follows the story of the manga to some extent. Besides the obvious graphical upgrade moving from 8-bit to 16-bit, Koutei no Chousen now allows the player to see a map of the pitch to help them...

Captain Tsubasa IV: Pro no Rival Tachi

Captain Tsubasa IV: Pro no Rival Tachi

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 3, 1993

Captain Tsubasa 4: Pro no Rival Tachi (キャプテン翼Ⅳ プロのライバルたち?) is the fourth sequel of the original Captain Tsubasa videogame series by Tecmo. It's a direct sequel of Captain Tsubasa 3: Koutei no Chousen and released exclusively in Japan for Nintendo's Super Famicom on April 3, 1993.

Captain Tsubasa V: Hasha no Shougou Campione

Captain Tsubasa V: Hasha no Shougou Campione

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 9, 1994

The fifth and final instalment of the original Captain Tsubasa video game series by Tecmo. It's a sequel of Captain Tsubasa 4: Pro no Rival Tachi and the game differs greatly from its "Cinematic Soccer" oriented predecessors. It adopts a new gameplay with a classic view of the pitch and improved graphics. It features various RPG elements with special techniques of characters, known from Captain Tsubasa manga and anime series. The game's story mode focuses mainly on Tsubasa's Serie A season with Lecce and international campaign with Japan. In addition, other characters like Kojiro Hyuga, Genzo...

Captain Tsubasa VS

Captain Tsubasa VS

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 27, 1992

Captain Tsubasa VS (??????VS kyaputen tsubasa VS) is a Game Boy videogame released in March 27 1992 by Tecmo. Developed like the rest of the Tecmo Captain Tsubasa videogame series, this game is a prequel to the first Famicom game.

Cool Boarders Arcade Jam

Cool Boarders Arcade Jam

Arcade - Released - 1997

Cool Boarders Arcade Jam was produced by Tecmo in 1997.

Dead Angle

Dead Angle

Arcade - Released - 1988

In this game you play the role of a man whose girlfriend has been kidnapped by a ruthless mafia boss and you need to find her quickly. The gameplay involves you having to shoot all the mafia henchmen before being able to fight the level boss. The game is view as a 1st person/3rd person hybrid where you are shooting in first person but you can see the outline of your character. To avoid getting shot you have to make sure you are not in front of an enemy as when you are your outline turns red and you are vulnerable. You can duck for cover but you automatically pop up after a few seconds so...

Dead or Alive

Dead or Alive

Sega Saturn - October 9, 1997

The first in the Dead or Alive series, and features many of the same features that has made the DoA series so popular today; somewhat realistic combat, good character design, and scantily clad women whose breasts bounce a lot. The game doesn't mess too much with a background story- it's a 3D one on one fighter that takes place within an arena of limited space. Each character has their own unique way of fighting, their own abilities, and even their own hobbies and likes. (For example, Ryu Hayabusa- yes, he of Ninja Gaiden fame- likes sushi, mountain climbing, and fishing.)

Dead or Alive

Dead or Alive

Sony Playstation - Released - March 31, 1998

The first in the Dead or Alive series, and features many of the same features that has made the DoA series so popular today; somewhat realistic combat, good character design, and scantily clad women whose breasts bounce a lot. The game doesn't mess too much with a background story- it's a 3D one on one fighter that takes place within an arena of limited space. Each character has their own unique way of fighting, their own abilities, and even their own hobbies and likes. (For example, Ryu Hayabusa- yes, he of Ninja Gaiden fame- likes sushi, mountain climbing, and fishing.)

Dead or Alive

Dead or Alive

Arcade - October 1, 1996

Dead or Alive is a fighting game and the first entry in the long-running Dead or Alive series. The gameplay of Dead or Alive was unique at the time of its debut because it featured different choices in gameplay than other 3D fighting games (at least at the time).

Dead Or Alive ++

Dead Or Alive ++

Arcade - Released - November 1, 1998

Dead or Alive ++ (Plus Plus) is an updated version of Dead or Alive released in 1998. It includes new characters, improved graphics, and unlockable costumes. The updated version also features remixed stage designs.

Dead or Alive 2

Dead or Alive 2

Sega Dreamcast - Released - February 29, 2000

A great leader was killed at the end of the 20th century. His name was Fame Douglas, and he was renowned as the sponsor of the legendary Dead or Alive World Combat Championship. Since his death, and in the absence of his charisma and leadership, the world has become chaotic. Yet something appears to be transpiring. Amid this chaos, it is announced that the "Dead or Alive Championship 2" will be held. However, Douglas's passing has taken with it the purpose and significance of the tournament. Even worse, the promoter of "Dead or Alive Championship 2", who is fond of conflicts and jealous of the...

Dead or Alive 2

Dead or Alive 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 30, 2000

A great leader was killed at the end of the 20th century. His name was Fame Douglas, and he was renowned as the sponsor of the legendary Dead or Alive World Combat Championship. Since his death, and in the absence of his charisma and leadership, the world has become chaotic. Yet something appears to be transpiring. Amid this chaos, it is announced that the "Dead or Alive Championship 2" will be held.

Dead or Alive 2

Dead or Alive 2

Sega Naomi

Dead or Alive 2 (Japanese: デッドオアアライブ2, Hepburn: Deddo Oa Araibu 2, abbreviated as DOA2) is a fighting game in the Dead or Alive series, developed by Team Ninja and published by Tecmo. It debuted in arcades in 1999 and was later ported for the Dreamcast and the PlayStation 2 in 2000. Several enhanced editions of the game were released, including the updates Dead or Alive 2 Hardcore and Dead or Alive 2 Hard*Core.

Dead or Alive 2 Millennium

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

This was an updated version of Dead or Alive 2, 3-D fighting game, which includes features from the Dreamcast version that were not present in the arcade. The game was only released on the Sega NAOMI platform in arcades. The gameplay is similar to its predecessor, but now has new additions such as multi-tiered arenas and tag-team matches.

Dead or Alive 2 Millennium

Dead or Alive 2 Millennium

Arcade - Released - 2000

Dead or Alive 2: Hardcore

Dead or Alive 2: Hardcore

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - 2000

Set less than a year later after the original tournament, a tengu known as Gohyakumine Bankotsubo, or just Tengu, threatens the human world's peace and stability. Kasumi's brother Hayate, previously injured by Raidou, returns from being an unwilling subject of DOATEC's bio-weapon experiment Epsilon as "Ein". Eventually, Ryu Hayabusa (from Ninja Gaiden) defeats Tengu, winning the tournament.

Dead or Alive 2: Limited Edition

Dead or Alive 2: Limited Edition

Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 28, 2000

Dead or Alive 2 (Japanese: デッドオアアライブ2 Hepburn: Deddo Oa Araibu 2, abbreviated as DOA2) is a fighting game in the Dead or Alive series, developed by Team Ninja and published by Tecmo. It debuted in arcades in 1999 and was later ported for the Dreamcast and the PlayStation 2 in 2000. Several enhanced editions of the game were released, including the updates Dead or Alive 2 Hardcore and Dead or Alive 2 Hard*Core. Dead or Alive 2 improved upon the graphics engine of its predecessor by using Sega NAOMI hardware and on the gameplay system by including many new features, leading to critical...

Dead or Alive 3

Dead or Alive 3

Microsoft Xbox - Released - August 19, 2003

Dead or Alive 3 is a fighting game exclusive to the Microsoft Xbox. It features 16 characters, 13 returning and 3 new fighters. The engine has been upgraded with new specular lighting effects, volumetric fog and grass, and more advanced clothing and hair physics that react more accurately to character movements and the interactive environments. Up to four players can fight in Tag Battle mode.

Dead or Alive 4

Dead or Alive 4

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - December 29, 2005

Dead or Alive 4 defines the fighting experience on next generation consoles with the first tournament fighter on Xbox 360. Dead or Alive 4 once again raises the bar in both online and offline fighting, with 3D high definition graphics and sound, online capabilities via Xbox Live (featuring large scale global online tournaments, increased worldwide simultaneous online play, detailed scoreboards, clans and more), new incredible interactive stages, and an all star line-up of old and new favorite characters (with new costumes and storylines). The fighting system has been overhauled, allowing even...

Dead or Alive 5

Dead or Alive 5

Sony Playstation 3 - September 25, 2012

Dead or Alive 5 marries its signature fighting style with MMA fighting techniques to deliver a major kick for players new and old. Visually striking scenes from around the world blended with a hard-hitting cast puts players in the roles of the cast of Dead or Alive fighters once again. In DoA 5, stages act not only as visual backdrops to accompany a fight but instead play to a fighter’s strengths. As a fight progresses, the backdrop will change and interact with players. Skilled fighters will be able to utilize these dynamic stages to execute hard hitting blows, pitting their opponents against...

Dead or Alive 5 Plus

Dead or Alive 5 Plus

Sony Playstation Vita - March 19, 2013

Dead or Alive 5 Plus (stylized as Dead or Alive 5+ and abbreviated to DOA5+) is a fighting game in the Dead or Alive series, developed by Team Ninja in partnership with Sega AM2 and released by Tecmo Koei for the PlayStation Vita in March 2013. An expanded handheld port of the 2012 game Dead or Alive 5, DOA5+ was met with positive critical reception, gaining better scores than the original.

Dead or Alive Online

Windows - August 29, 2009

Dead or Alive Online, is a PC-based game from the Dead or Alive series, with online capabilities created by Lievo Studios. Shown at the 2008 Tokyo Game Show, the game was planned to be released during the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The game only reached open beta level, with the latest beta having been released on August 24, 2009. On January 9, 2010, all Dead or Alive Online servers were closed, meaning people are no longer able to play the game. The game was in Chinese, but could be accessed internationally. The game's future state is unclear at this point.

Dead or Alive Paradise

Dead or Alive Paradise

Sony PSP - Released - March 30, 2010

Featuring the sexy female characters from the Dead or Alive series, your two-week Vacation Mode starts at the getaway resort, New Zack Island. Select a favorite from nine playable characters and you are free to mingle, flirt, play, take snapshots and challenge them in mini-games found throughout the island. Store the snaps in your one-of-a-kind private album along with teasing 'venus clips' for viewing and editing or share an intimate experience with your girls by buying gifts and having them model your favorite bathing suits. You are in full control to create your own private paradise, in the...

Dead or Alive Ultimate

Dead or Alive Ultimate

Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 26, 2004

Dead or Alive Ultimate is a compilation fighting game developed by Team Ninja and released by Tecmo for the Xbox in 2004. It is a collection of two previous games in the series, 1996's Dead or Alive and 1999's Dead or Alive 2, referred to as Dead or Alive 1 Ultimate and Dead or Alive 2 Ultimate. DOA1 Ultimate is a high-resolution update of the Sega Saturn port of the original Dead or Alive with online multiplayer. DOA2 Ultimate is an enhanced remake of DOA2 using the Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball graphics engine and featuring tweaked gameplay mechanics, some carried over from Dead or...

Dead or Alive Xtreme 2

Dead or Alive Xtreme 2

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - November 13, 2006

Join the DOA girls once again on Zack's Island in DOA Xtreme 2; the sequel to the most thrilling beach game every created: DOA Xtreme Beach Volleyball. Play & explore at your own pace as you compete in all new island activities. Play as one of the nine beautiful DOA girls and experience first-hand the way resort life was meant to be enjoyed. Admire the girls of DOA like never before as they come to life in a fun, beautiful island environment complete with the most stunning graphics on any system and all new cinematics. Beach Volleyball action is back again matching you against your...

Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball

Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball

Microsoft Xbox - Released - January 22, 2003

Are you ready for some extreme action? Then your wait is over because the girls of Dead or Alive are back and better than ever in the first ever "Sports Fantasy Simulation." Developed by Team Ninja, the guys who brought you the million-selling Dead or Alive 3 fighting game, Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball is sure to have your heart racing with beautifully rendered graphics and action-packed gameplay. The extreme action is transported from the fighting ring of Dead or Alive 3 to the beach this time around with the girls throwing on their bikinis to go head-to-head in the most...

Deception III: Dark Delusion

Deception III: Dark Delusion

Sony Playstation - Released - March 1, 2000

Deception III: Dark Delusion is the third installment in Tecmo, Inc.'s unique role-playing series. Players enter a world where strategy and innovation are integral to survival, and where deceit and mysterious intentions abound. Deception III combines RPG elements with action and adventure, as deadly traps are constructed and placed to destroy enemies. The game utilizes a third person perspective, and features over 2000 trap combinations. Multiple endings are possible as the player makes decisions that will affect Reina's future. In addition to the story mode, there are Trap License, Training,...

Dero~n Dero Dero

Dero~n Dero Dero

Sega Saturn - Released - January 26, 1996

Dero~n Dero Dero (でろーんでろでろ) is a 1995 arcade game by Tecmo ported to the Sega Saturn in 1996. Other ports were released overseas as Tecmo Stackers, as was a planned North American release for November 1996. The game plays similarly to other falling-block puzzle games in the vein of Puyo Puyo, except that after each clear, the remaining blocks "reach out" (stretch to the left, down, and to the right), finding other blocks of the same color to hook up to.

Deroon DeroDero

Deroon DeroDero

Arcade - Released - 1995

Deroon DeroDero is a puzzle game similar to Puyo Puyo and was released exclusively in Japan in 1995 by Tecmo. It was later released on Sony Playstation as Tecmo Stackers. Players try to connect sets of four blocks so that their colors match, causing the blocks to be removed. Remaining blocks may then fall and complete other sets of four blocks. The main difference between Tecmo Stackers and Puyo Pop is that blocks in Tecmo Stackers stretch in various directions after adjacent blocks are removed, and the "arms" they send out can complete sets of blocks and be removed; this allows for longer...

DOA2: Hardcore

DOA2: Hardcore

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 25, 2000

Sit down, shut up and play. This is real fighting action - Sexy and edgy. It's Hardcore for sure! Let the fighters of Dead or Alive 2 take you to places you've only dreamed of. But don't get too close to these beauties because they're capable of turning on you in an instant, leaving you battered, bruised and asking for more. Drool over lush backgrounds meticulously detailed with the most advanced techniques in lighting and texturing ever seen. Exclusive multi-tiered fighting stages let you toss your opponents through cathedral windows, over cascading waterfalls, and off towering rooftops to...

Eat! Fat! FIGHT!

Eat! Fat! FIGHT!

Nintendo Wii - December 8, 2009

Forget about being healthy! Here's a game that celebrates eating, getting fat, and fighting! Hold the Wii Remote horizontally, and tilt it left, right, up or down to perform all kinds of lifts and throws just like in real sumo. There are also hidden moves like suplexes and scrapbusters thrown in for fun. Use all the moves you learn in tournaments around the world to reach the peak of sumo and become a yokozuna! In ONE PLAYER mode, play eating or sparring minigames to make your wrestler stronger and change how they look. You can also use your own Mii faces on your...

Eight Forces

Eight Forces

Arcade - Released - 1994

A vertical jet shooter from Tecmo where you can select from four different jets.

Euro League

Arcade - Unlicensed - 1989

Euro League is an unofficial bootleg of Tecmo World Cup '90 which is a football (soccer) arcade game released in 1989 by Tecmo. It features eight European club teams in place of the eight National teams available in Tecmo World Cup '90.

Family Fun Football

Family Fun Football

Nintendo Wii - September 29, 2009

In this arcade-style casual sports game for everyone to enjoy, play against friends and family in vibrant themed football stadiums, or perhaps even in space! Choose to be one of the game's quirky characters, featuring animals, aliens and robots, or unlock the mode to play as your own Mii. The ability to coach teams with a simple offensive and defensive playbook coupled with intuitive Wii Remote controls makes the game appealing to all ages for a fun pick-up and play party experience.

Fatal Frame

Fatal Frame

Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 22, 2002

Miku Hinasaki is young girl with a strange sixth sense. Her brother, Mafuyu, and his mentor, Junsei Takamine, went to investigate a mansion that once was inhabited by a powerful landowner who had absolute control over the area. Unfortunately, they never returned from their investigation.

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly

Microsoft Xbox - November 1, 2004

Twin sisters Mio and Mayu, while visiting a vacation spot from their childhood, become lost in a dark forest. The path disappears behind them as they enter the Lost Village, a place that vanished from the living world years ago. Ghosts of the townspeople walk the streets and search for the twins, intent on completing a dark ritual long left unfinished. Mayu begins to grow distant from Mio as well, and she begins to speak as if she were another person entirely. By chance Mio finds the Camera Obscura, and with its powers she searches for a way out get her sister and herself out of the...

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 18, 2003

Twin sisters Mio and Mayu, while visiting a vacation spot from their childhood, become lost in a dark forest. The path disappears behind them as they enter the Lost Village, a place that vanished from the living world years ago. Ghosts of the townspeople walk the streets and search for the twins, intent on completing a dark ritual long left unfinished. Mayu begins to grow distant from Mio as well, and she begins to speak as if she were another person entirely. By chance Mio finds the Camera Obscura, and with its powers she searches for a way out get her sister and herself out of the...

Fatal Frame III: The Tormented

Fatal Frame III: The Tormented

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 8, 2005

The Fatal Frame series is back. Rei Kurosawa's fiancé, Yuu Asou, dies in an ugly car accident when she is driving. She enters a haunted mansion as part of a reporting assignment. Here she is frightened by images of her dead fiancé. The game incorporates the camera mode from the previous games, used to capture ghosts. You use the camera obscura not only as a weapon to capture ghosts but as a guide by taking pictures of the ghosts and creepy objects in the house in order to solve the mystery and get rid of the curse. You walk around with a strobe light looking for clues to the...

Fatal Frame IV: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse

Fatal Frame IV: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse

Nintendo Wii - Released - December 31, 2010

Ten years ago, a suspected serial killer has kidnapped five girls from a sanatorium located on Rogetsu Island in Japan. The detective Choshiro Kirishima eventually succeeded in pursuing the criminal and rescuing the girls. However, several years later, two of the girls died under mysterious circumstances. The three remaining girls - Ruka, Misaki, and Madoka - decide to return to the island to find out more about the kidnapping and retrieve their lost memories. Ruka's mother pleads Choshiro to follow them. One by one, the heroes venture into the dark haunted house... Zero: Tsukihami no Kamen...

Final Star Force

Final Star Force

Arcade - September 1, 1992

The gameplay of Final Star Force goes back to the formula of the original Star Force, but with updated graphics and some extra power-ups. Other things that have been changed from the original are the style of the title screen's logo, the background, and some enemies. Players control the two space fighter ships Blue Nova and Red Nova. There are three different power-ups to choose from called "Pulsators". Each name of a Pulsator has a letter at the beginning of it (e.g. A-Pulsator, B-Pulsator, C-Pulsator). The power-up system is similar to the one seen in the 1990 Raiden arcade game. Unlike...

Fire 'n Ice

Fire 'n Ice

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 11, 1993

In this game, players control Dana. The goal of each stage is to put out all the fires. The fires are extinguished by either kicking an ice block into the flame, or dropping one from above. Dana's moveset includes the abilities to walk left and right across level ground. He can also climb on top of a solid block to his left or right, provided it is only one block tall and there is nothing on top of it. Dana can also push blocks of ice, which will then slide until they fall or hit a wall. Dana's most important ability is his ice magic. He can create and destroy blocks of ice. As the gameplay is...

Fret Nice

Fret Nice

Sony Playstation 3 - February 4, 2010

Gallop Racer

Gallop Racer

Arcade - Released - 1996

A 3-D horse racing game from Tecmo. The first game in the Gallop Racer series.

Gallop Racer

Gallop Racer

Sony Playstation - March 17, 1999

Just like in real horse racing, no two races are alike: race outcomes are determined by racetrack, conditions, pack and luck. A great party game for players and spectators alike, you can be the jockey, or select watch mode, and be a spectator. As the jockey, you decide when to hold back, move inside, move outside and go for the lead horses even change lanes, get bumped, get blocked and lose ground on curves. The winners are put out to stud, and the losers, put out to pasture.

Gallop Racer 2

Gallop Racer 2

Arcade - Released - 1997

This is the first sequel to Tecmo's original Gallop Racer. Unlike the first game, this one allows for two player vs. play, while the original was a single player only game.

Gallop Racer 2000

Gallop Racer 2000

Sony Playstation - Released - February 17, 2000

A stable of 1500 horse make up the mighty steed database in Gallop Racer 2000. The gameplay's simple enough where you get on the saddle and race your equine to the winning post while thundering competitors strive for the same goals. This version allow players to create their own "dream horse". Other new feature will include new horses being allowed to inherit the abilities of their parents. This game is the last one in the Gallop Racer series for PSone. These are the game modes: - Season mode - Practice mode - Vs Mode - Dream Cup mode

Gallop Racer 2001

Gallop Racer 2001

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 20, 2001

Following up "Gallop Racer" for the PSX, GR 2001 players can manage and assemble their own stable or simply bet on the races themselves. Players can assume the role of the breeder, the jockey, or a spectator in the stands.

Gallop Racer 2003: A New Breed

Gallop Racer 2003: A New Breed

Sony Playstation 2 - March 23, 2003

Gallop Racer 2003 is an update of it's previous incarnations with the standard modes (exhibition and season mode) and has six different jockeys to choose for the players character in the season mode as well as 32 different tracks and over 3000 different horses. Players can breed horses using a series of mini-games, the outcome, either good or bad, will determine the type of horse, the better the player is at the mini-games, the more powerful the breed will be. Also the player can bet on races in the season mode, using the proceeds to buy better facilities to train their stable. It also...

Gallop Racer 2004

Gallop Racer 2004

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 31, 2004

(Also known as "Gallop Racer Lucky 7" in Japan) High-resolution graphics, advanced racing, and a variety of new modes take Gallop Racer 2004 to a higher level in digital horse racing fun. Old favorites such as the betting system and the classic season mode will also be back in the new title. Features: Enhanced Revolution Mode. Players will now be able to experience the perfect ride using the "Ability" setting to create an enhanced revolution called the "Big Revolution". Dramatic graphics such as the screen breaking into a million pieces like a mirror will add to the player's rush once they...

Gallop Racer 2006

Gallop Racer 2006

Sony Playstation 2 - May 2, 2006

Gallop Racer 2006, is the perennial update of the Gallop Racer series, with the standard gaming modes: Exhibition and Career, along with new modes such as Memorial Quest, where players can partake in over a 100 classic horse races from past years and Field of Legend, where players can test their created horses against actually horses from past years of horse racing. This entire setting is set in a theme park-style arena called Gallop Racing Square. Not only can players create their own horses, but they can also race classic and legendary horses from previous years in the history of horse...

Gallop Racer 3

Arcade - Released - 1999

The 3rd game in the 3-D horse racing series from Tecmo. Released in April 1999.

Gallop Racer 3

Gallop Racer 3

Sony Playstation - Released - March 18, 1999

Gallop Racer features 1400+ horses, 28 racetracks, and secrets to be unlocked. Three modes of play in which players can become a jockey or a spectator are included: Season, Practice, and Versus. Before beginning a season users must first select from a number of options in order to create themselves. As a jockey players will need to name themselves, choose a gender, select a difficulty level, and design their uniform. Once the jockey setup is complete a horse will need to be purchased. While up to 10 horses can be owned at one time, some races will need to be won before a player can afford...

Ganbare Ginkun

Ganbare Ginkun

Arcade - 1995

Gemini Wing

Gemini Wing

Arcade - October 31, 1987

Arcade version of a vertically scrolling shooter by TECMO. Destroy enemies and collect items, such as speed, that are stored in a tail behind your ship. Press the second button to activate them one by one in the order they were collected.

Gungriffon: Allied Strike

Gungriffon: Allied Strike

Microsoft Xbox - Released - December 14, 2004

All natural resources have been exhausted, enemy alliances are strong, and everyone if fighting for what is left. The end of the world is near. You are a renegade soldier, equipped with the ultimate mech weaponry. Your prime mission is to save what is left by taking down the enemy armored tanks in strategic combat. The future is in your hands. Are you ready to fight for it?

GunNail

GunNail

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1993

GunNail is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up produced by NMK and Tecmo in 1993. The player controls a spaceship which can be equipped with straight, spread, or homing lasers. The game has a high difficulty curve, as all power-ups are lost upon death and the colorful sprites and screen effects make enemy projectiles difficult to avoid.

J. League Soccer - Jikkyou Survival League

J. League Soccer - Jikkyou Survival League

Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1999

The J. League Division 1 is the top division of Japan Professional Football League and is the top professional association football league in Japan. It is one of the most successful leagues in Asian club football and the only league given top class 'A' ranking by the AFC. Currently, J. League Division 1 is the first level of the Japanese association football league system. The second tier is represented by J. League Division 2. J-League Soccer - Jikkyou Survival League is a soccer game endorsed by the J.League and the game features different weather effects, stadiums, night and day time,...

J-League Go Go Goal!

J-League Go Go Goal!

Sega Saturn - Released - May 30, 1997

J.League Go Go Goal! (Jリーグ ゴーゴーゴール!) is a Sport - Soccer game, developed and published by Tecmo, Ltd., which was released in Japan in 1997 for the Sega Saturn.

Kagero: Deception II

Kagero: Deception II

Sony Playstation - Released - October 14, 1998

Enter a world where humans and creatures called Timenoids coexist. These blue-skinned Timenoids are determined to wipe out the inferior human race, and this is where you come in. You play the role of Millennia, a young woman who was brainwashed at an early age to do the Timenoids' bidding. She now believes that the humans must be exterminated from the world, which is rather ironic, since she is human herself. Yet if she succeeds, the Timenoids have promised her immortality and the power to become one of their own... In this sequel to Tecmo's Deception, you are once again placed inside a...

Kyatto Ninden Teyandee

Kyatto Ninden Teyandee

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 19, 1991

Players take the role of the three main cats and otasuke (rescue team) members, who can be switched to at any time and have special abilities to progress through the game. The game features most of the characters in the series as well as an additional villain, a mysterious scientist named Dr. Purple (Dr. パープ). Based off a early 1990's anime series.

Mighty Bomb Jack

Mighty Bomb Jack

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Mighty Bomb Jack was ported to the Amiga, Atari ST and Commodore 64 from the 1988 NES games and is a sequel to the 1984 game Bomb Jack. Each level is split into two parts; an action zone and a Royal Palace room. The mechanics and level designs of the Royal Palace rooms are directly lifted from Bomb Jack. Action zones can be split up into several portions, and contain power-ups usually hidden in treasure chests such as money bags, Mighty Coins and Mighty Drinks. Mighty Coins allow Jack to change colors; blue allows Jack to open orange treasure chests, orange allows him to open any treasure...

Mighty Bomb Jack

Mighty Bomb Jack

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 24, 1986

One day a wicked plot to bring the world into ruin was instigated by King Demon Beelzebut. He kidnapped the merciful King Pamera, his beloved queen, and the fair princess, and imprisoned them in a cursed pyramid. The mighty brothers fought bravely to save the royal family, but every one of them was defeated--all except Jack. Now you and Jack challenge the King Demon to a final fight in order to restore peace to the world. To put an end to Beelzebut's wicked rule, you must find your way through a labyrinth of 16 Royal Palace Rooms that lead to the pyramid. On your quest, you must detonate...

Monster Farm Jump

Monster Farm Jump

Arcade - Released - 2001

A colorful monster-themed 3D platformer game devolped by Tecmo in the same vain as 3D World Runner and other Runner games. This game stars a wide vareity of crazy characters made popular by the Monster Rancher series.

Monster Rancher

Monster Rancher

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 1997

One takes the role of a monster breeder whose goal is to raise monsters to fight in tournaments. The breeder must take it in hand to raise the monster throughout its life, training it, keeping it healthy, making an exercise schedule, and trying to maximize its abilities before it dies of old age or is retired. Monsters have good or bad morale depending on how they are raised; loyal monsters are more likely to perform critical hits, while disloyal monsters might refuse to obey commands or not fight at all. Retired monsters can be combined to create more powerful monsters.

Monster Rancher 2

Monster Rancher 2

Sony Playstation - Released - February 25, 1999

Monster Rancher 2 is at heart an arena fighting game with a lot of ancillary game play thrown in. As a trainer of a fighting monster you have to train, reward, punish, cajole and bribe your minion to build up its statistics. You then take your monster into the arena where it battles with other monsters for cash prizes, prestige, and better stats. Like the original Monster Rancher, this game allows players to create a monster using an innovative technique: you can stick in any CD you own (PlayStation, audio, PC, or other) and the data that is read off the CD is used to generate the...

Monster Rancher 3

Monster Rancher 3

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 25, 2001

Monster raising and creature contests move into the 128-bit generation as the popular Tecmo series sets up shop on the PlayStation 2 in this release of Monster Rancher 3. Though many characters and places are recognizable from earlier releases in the series, monsters in this game are represented in a cel-shaded cartoon style, similar to that of the Dreamcast's Jet Grind Radio or the contemporary PS2 release Yanya Caballista featuring Gawoo. The game receives improved graphics and some additional features with its move to the more powerful PS2 console. Most of the rules of play and...

Monster Rancher 4

Monster Rancher 4

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 13, 2003

Raise monsters to explore and battle in this PS2 monster raising sim from Tecmo. This game improves upon previous installments by allowing more than one monster to be raised at once, interaction with the main character and the monsters, improved explorations, a customizable ranch, tag-team battles, improved 2P mode, a re-vamped battle system, and more detailed monsters. This game also features the longest most involved storyline of any Monster Rancher game to date. Your goal is to raise monsters to win in-game tournaments, explore for items, and improve your ranch. You can also test your...

Monster Rancher Advance

Monster Rancher Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 28, 2001

Monster Rancher Advance is a Strategy Role-Playing game, developed and published by Tecmo, which was released in 2001.

Monster Rancher Advance 2

Monster Rancher Advance 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 25, 2002

Monster Rancher Advance 2 lets players create, train, and fight with monsters of their own choosing. Monsters are generated by inputting key phrases to create different monsters. Each phrase entered will create a unique monster, which will always appear when that specific phrase is entered. Players can experiment with many different phrases for unexpected results. Two separate monsters can also be combined with special items to form an entirely new monster. Certain combinations will lead to hidden, rare monsters which can not be obtained through the normal monster generation process. The...

Monster Rancher Battle Card Episode 2

Monster Rancher Battle Card Episode 2

Sony Playstation - Released - August 2, 2000

Monster Rancher Battle Card Episode II is the sequel to Monster Rancher Battle Card GB. But it takes advantage of the PlayStation's superiority in graphics and processing power and adds more complex storyline quests, and expands the card game itself. No knowledge of other Monster Rancher games is needed, however, characters from prior games do play pivotal roles in the storyline. For the first time, players can see into the personal lives of the characters in the Monster Rancher world, and interact with them while attempting to win matches of the collectible card game, to collect enough...

Monster Rancher Battle Card GB

Monster Rancher Battle Card GB

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - April 1, 2000

Before the world's continents broke up into pieces, a huge disaster hit the world. People prayed to God for help, and God created new life forms. However, new life forms brought new troubles, so God became exasperated and sealed them in "disc stones". Many years have passed since then and God entrusted the humans with the secret of "disc stones". Today people still continue searching for these missing "disc stones" to unlock the lifeforms within. In the anime, the monsters were created by scientists. It is said that the "disc stones" are almost impossible to find among the ancient ruins. It...

Monster Rancher EVO

Monster Rancher EVO

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 11, 2006

Monster Rancher EVO introduces an evolution in monster breeding with an intricate character-driven story, a two-phase training system, three-on-three battles and the ability to raise multiple monsters at a time. Players will balance monster breeding with role-playing exploration as they join in the adventures of Julio, a young circus performer with dreams of becoming a champion monster breeder. Traveling with the circus to seven different towns, the player will meet new adventures and new friends who can help with training and breeding monsters. Keeping in tradition, Monster Rancher EVO...

Monster Rancher Explorer

Monster Rancher Explorer

Nintendo Game Boy Color - October 1, 2000

The MONSTER RANCHER franchise returns with this thoroughly entertaining adventure for handheld gamers. Help the well-meaning Cox fight through 60 enormous, puzzle-filled levels, fending off certain monsters while allying yourself with others. Each level requires you to find a hidden key in order to advance to the next stage, a task that becomes increasingly difficult as things progress. Luckily, you're not going at it alone. You can unlock such friendly beasts as Gali, Hare, Mocchi, Suezo, and Tiger in order to help you fend off all enemies. Each of the friendly monsters serves as a power-up...

Monster Rancher Hop-A-Bout

Monster Rancher Hop-A-Bout

Sony Playstation - Released - December 10, 2000

Monster Rancher Hop-A-Bout is a platform adventure game based on characters from the Monster Rancher video games and animated TV series. Hop-A-Bout is an addictive and easy-to-learn title that challenges players to hop their way through more than a hundred obstacle courses. Designed to be 'fun for the whole family', Hop-A-Bout features arcade-style gameplay that is easy to learn and difficult to master. Hop-A-Bout players can choose from a cast of colorful Monster Rancher characters to start their journey. Armed with the ability to bounce slow or fast and to the right or left, characters...

Ninja Gaiden

Ninja Gaiden

Arcade - Released - 1988

Ninja Gaiden, later released in Europe as Shadow Warriors, is a 1988 side-scrolling beat-'em-up originally released by Tecmo as a coin-operated arcade video game. It was first released in North America, and Europe in 1988 and in Japan in 1989. Ninja Gaiden is a series of video games featuring the ninja Ryu Hayabusa as its protagonist. The series is known as Ninja Ryukenden (忍者龍剣伝 Ninja Ryūkenden, lit. "Legend of the Ninja Dragon Sword") in Japan. The word "gaiden" in the North American Ninja Gaiden title means "side-story" in Japanese, even though the Ninja Gaiden series is not a spinoff of...

Ninja Gaiden

Ninja Gaiden

Arcade - May 17, 1988

Ninja Action! The stage is set for conspiracy, mystery and evil in America. Come with Ninja Ryu as he takes you on his fateful journey. Tecmo's unique cinema display system develops the story stage by stage. You piece together the puzzle, while watching the movie-like graphics. Decide what action to take. Use the secret sword and items collected during the action scenes to fight your way to the goal!

Ninja Gaiden

Ninja Gaiden

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 9, 1988

Ryu Hayabusa of the Dragon Ninja Clan receives a letter from his father, saying that he was leaving for a duel with an unknown warrior. Should he not return, Ryu was to go to America and seek a man named Walter Smith. Ryu honors his father's last request, and travels to America. While there, he is kidnapped by a CIA agent and given a statue of a hideous beast.

Ninja Gaiden

Ninja Gaiden

Microsoft Xbox - Released - March 2, 2004

Ninja Gaiden develops its narrative thread through the actions of its player-controlled protagonist, Ryu Hayabusa. Viewed from a third person over-the-shoulder perspective, in typical action-adventure fashion Ryu starts the game with basic, low-level abilities and weapons that can be upgraded as he progresses, by discovering or buying items. In keeping with his ninja persona, his character can interact with the game environment to perform acrobatic feats, such as running along and jumping off walls, swinging from pole to pole, or running across water.

Ninja Gaiden 3

Ninja Gaiden 3

Microsoft Xbox 360 - March 20, 2012

Ninja Gaiden 3 is the third main game in the series since the reboot in 2004 and once again stars ninja Ryu Hayabusa as the protagonist. The game starts in medias res with Ryu attacking a giant creature through a quick time event. Soon after it is revealed through a flashback that he was contacted by the government because an unknown group launched a terrorist attack in London and took control of the area surrounding the prime minister's residence, taking him hostage. In a video they declare they want Hayabusa handed to them. He travels to London from Japan but has no intention of just...

Ninja Gaiden 3

Ninja Gaiden 3

Sony Playstation 3 - March 20, 2012

Ninja Gaiden 3 is an action-adventure video game developed by Team Ninja and published by Tecmo Koei. It is the sequel to Ninja Gaiden II and was released worldwide for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 in March 2012. An updated version titled Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge was released later that year, originally published by Nintendo for the Wii U.[3] The game is the first in the modern series to be directed by someone other than Tomonobu Itagaki, the former franchise director. In his place are Fumihiko Yasuda and Yosuke Hayashi.

Ninja Gaiden Black

Ninja Gaiden Black

Microsoft Xbox - Released - September 20, 2005

Ninja Gaiden Black and Ninja Gaiden Sigma. The game follows the fictional story of Ryu Hayabusa, a master ninja, in his quest to recover a stolen sword and avenge the slaughter of his clan. Tecmo specifically targeted Ninja Gaiden at a non-Japanese audience, and despite difficulties in obtaining content ratings due to the game's graphic depictions of violence, it was generally well received, and 362,441 copies were sold in North America in the first month after its release. Nevertheless, the game had to be censored for release in some regions, and Japanese sales were poor, with only 60,000...

Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword

Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword

Nintendo DS - Released - March 25, 2008

This action-adventure title is presented in a third person, pseudo-3D manner, meaning all the game-models are rendered in full 3D, but the world the player travels around in is pre-rendered. When played, the Nintendo DS is held sideways, as in Hotel Dusk: Room 215 and Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!. The left screen shows the area map, while the right displays the main gameplay, when set for right-handed play, and reverse when set for left-handed play. Set six months after Ninja Gaiden, Ryu Hayabusa has rebuilt the Hayabusa Village. When fellow villager and kunoichi, Momiji, is...

Ninja Gaiden Episode II: The Dark Sword of Chaos

Arcade - 1990

Dynamic action scenes! Split your body into three, destroy all enemies with the Invincible Fire Wheel and other new Ninja fighting techniques! Ninja Gaiden II gives you the feel of real Ninjutsu! Exciting cinema display format! Ninja Gaiden II uses the same Cinema Display Format as the original. The fiendish plot unfolds in a movie-like sequence. Action, drama, revenge. Just wait till you get to the end!

Ninja Gaiden II

Ninja Gaiden II

Microsoft Xbox 360 - June 3, 2008

Ninja Gaiden II is an action-adventure video game developed by Team Ninja and published by Microsoft Corporation. It is the sequel to the 2004 title Ninja Gaiden and was released worldwide for the Xbox 360 in June 2008. An updated version, titled Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 was released for the PlayStation 3 later in 2009, and was published by Tecmo Koei.

Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos

Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 1, 1990

Dynamic action scenes! Split your body into three, destroy all enemies with the Invincible Fire Wheel and other new Ninja fighting techniques! Ninja Gaiden II gives you the feel of real Ninjutsu! Exciting cinema display format! Ninja Gaiden II uses the same Cinema Display Format as the original. The fiendish plot unfolds in a movie-like sequence. Action, drama, revenge. Just wait till you get to the end!

Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom

Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 1, 1991

Thrilling new cinema screen! Follow the story of Ryu's epic adventure through Tecmo's movie-like Cinema Screen Animation. As you complete each level, a new part of the story unfolds. Exciting new powers and weapons! Over the years Ninja Ryu's fighting skills have improved to include fantastic new powers and weapons. Action-packed Ninja adventure! Can you get Ryu through his most challenging adventure as he battles the hideous ancient forces of darkness to save mankind? The Ultimate Ninja Challenge!

Ninja Gaiden Shadow

Ninja Gaiden Shadow

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 9, 1991

When a madman threatens to take over the entire world, our beloved hero Ryu must travel the globe to get to New York. Once he gets there, there are hazards and enemies hiding in each and every nook and cranny. If you think the "Big Apple" is dangerous in real life, you'll be amazed at the depths of evil employed by the big-city villains in this escapade. You'll have to hack, slash, and kick your way through the streets and all the way to one of the most dangerous bosses in videogame history. Another installment in the ongoing Ninja Gaiden series, Ninja Gaiden Shadow boasts intense graphics, a...

Ninja Gaiden Sigma

Ninja Gaiden Sigma

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - July 3, 2007

As Ryu Hayabusa you are out to seek revenge after your clan is massacred by the Vigor Empire. Realistic battle actions and acrobatic ninja moves are at your finger-tips. You play with only your wits, your ninja skills, and your deadly sword. Slice down opponents in the Vigor Empire as you attempt to beat the Holy Emperor and reclaim the magic sword "Ryuken". Bringing the classic to the PlayStation 3, Ninja Gaiden Sigma is a more "complete version" of the Xbox Team Ninja title, with new moves, actions, and weapons for Hayabusa. Also added is a new playable character - Racheal, one of the...

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - September 29, 2009

The most intense, challenging, action-packed ninja adventure is back, exclusively on the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system! Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 is the “ultimate” Ninja Gaiden, featuring characters from the previous installments that have defined the franchise. It radiates a striking visual appeal in high resolution display, featuring character and environmental graphics whose quality exceeds the original Ninja Gaiden Sigma. Combining both melee and long-range battles against enemies, the game requires skillful and strategic playing to successfully journey through the missions.

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus

Sony Playstation Vita - February 26, 2013

Ninja Gaiden Σ2 gets updated with amazing graphics, brutal violence, and all-new gameplay challenges!

Ninja Gaiden Trilogy

Ninja Gaiden Trilogy

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 10, 1995

Here it is! The complete NINJA GAIDEN TRILOGY you asked for. Enjoy the 3 classic Nintendo Ninja Gaiden games on one Super NES Game Pak. Follow Ryu's adventures as he fights the ancient forces of darkness with his Ninjutsu powers. Use strategy, cunning and deception to acquire the special ninja weapons needed to be successful in this epic quest. The Ninja Gaiden series tells it's story through Tecmo's unique cinema screen animation. This one is not to be missed!

Obocchama-kun

Obocchama-kun

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 5, 1991

Obocchamakun is a Miscellaneous game, published by Tecmo, which was released in Japan in 1991.

Power Racer

Power Racer

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 1, 1990

Power Racer is a racing game which takes obvious game elements from Pac-Man. It is addictive in its own way, since you drive a small car around a track collecting pellets and avoiding contact with the opponent's car. There are items you can collect along the way, but there are also hazards and obstacles designed to mess with your progress. There are only two game modes, one on a regular course with no items (sort of like a survival mode), and a special mode where there are items and obstacles to face. You can also play in the special mode against a second human player. It can be fun, albeit...

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