Sony Playstation - Released - May 9, 1997
This game was released only in Japan and unlike it's predecessor "Asuka 120% Special - Burning Festival", this one adds adventure elements found in most detective-based video games such as the Famicom Tantei Club series, but in this game, the player must collect as much currency as possible to make high scores by socializing.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 27, 1999
As it's prequels, this game was only released in Japan. Much of the features were improved from the Limited version for Sega Saturn. In addition, a Windows port of this game titled "Asuka 120% BURNING Festival Return" was released as the very last entry of the franchise with very minor tweaks added.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 29, 1996
Shiritsu Ryōran Jogakuin -- Ryōran Private Girl's Academy -- is a famous school which, since its founding only 30 years ago, has turned out a great many prominent figures in the artistic, literary, and political worlds. The school's founder, Genichirō Shindō, created the school to teach both the literary and military arts, and so every autumn there is a martial arts tournament for the best students from each club. Asuka 120% Special is the first PlayStation entry in the long-running all-girl fighting game series from Fill in Cafe. Choose a character representing one of the many school...
Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - February 20, 1993
Azure is a crosshair style shoot 'em up game, developed and published by Family Soft, which was released in Japan in 1993.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 24, 1999
Community Pom begins when a farmer comes rushing into town, huffing and puffing, and tells the villagers that he has been attacked by a large watermelon. The villagers laugh at him, then the screen scrolls to the home of the game heroine. Her grandpa tells her that she's the only hope for the village. After that she leaves the house. In this obscure Japanese RPG, you take on the role as Luru, a girl who has to save the world from destruction. The fighting system is a mix of Zelda and Alundra. In battle, you can call on Poms, small weird creatures that will help you in battle if you...
NEC PC-9801 - Released - February 15, 1996
DIES IRAE is an Adventure game, developed and published by Family Soft, which was released in Japan in 1996 Heroines Kim and her side partners Kris and Lee are professional detectives and they have very opposite personalities. Kim on one hand is very cheerful and lively all the time, Kris is very serious and quiet. They are investigating a murder case that ends up being a much bigger issue, revolving gang members, the mafia and later on some sci-fi elements.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 5, 1998
Hatsukoi Valentine is a dating simulation game in which the player controls a teenage that returns to his home town and is the freshman in a high school where he finds his childhood friend (that now is a beatiful teenage girl). The game's goal is to get a date for valentine's day with one of the game's girls (if is with his childhood friend is better) and to do that the player have to talk to the characters during each week to get a better relationship, going out in date with the girls and improve his characters stats doing different things during the week (study, running, work to get more...
Sony Playstation - Released - July 3, 1997
2142 A.D. Artemis City. People were about to forget all those disasters. A war ship probably built during the late war time was discovered by the military. There were a few hundred SlaveGears aboard the war ship, and were to be put under the control. Under the intention of the ruling government in power. Two SlaveGears were put under the management of the police for the purpose of experimental use. These two models were named "Hound Dog" and "Rising Dog". The manned test of Hound Dog. The main computer "Omega" of the war ship stored within the premises of military facilities suddenly began...
NEC PC-9801 - Released - August 6, 1992
The second Magical Story Series game is not connected to the predecessor story-wise, but has a similar premise. The heroine this time is a little girl named Rina, who has a crush on an older boy, whose name is Tatsuya. One night she sees a falling star and wishes to be a grown-up young woman. Miraculously, her wish is fulfilled; but the falling star is revealed to contain a mischievous imp, who grants Rina an ability to grow up and return to her normal self, as well as assume the appearance of other people... Like the first game, Rina plays like a typical Japanese adventure, with a...
NEC PC-9801 - Released - November 14, 1991
Kumi is an ordinary Japanese teenage girl. At least she was ordinary until one day, walking back home, she spotted a shiny object falling from the sky into a nearby forest. Upon examining the object more closely, Kumi found a cute rabbit-like creature, who called himself Popp claimed to have come from a magical world. Popp granted Kumi the magical ability of shape-shifting: turning into an adult male of her choice... an ability Kumi will need in order to fulfill her mission: sexually satisfy female students and teachers from her high school... Majokko Kumi is a traditional Japanese...
Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1995
Metamor Panic Doki Doki Youma Busters is an adventure game in which the player controls a group of 3 friends (2 girls and a boy) that after entering a cave they found an oni (demon) that transform the girls into animals, suddenly the rival of that demon appears and they fight, the rival is hurt but the 2 girls are transformed again into human. They keep the briefcase of the rival and when they start to walk around the town a demon attack them. After defeat it they go to the town hospital and talk to the demon's rival and he explain them the new powers that they now got and that they got to...
NEC PC-9801 - Released - May 6, 1992
Mobile Suit Gundam: Advanced Operation is a Strategy game, developed and published by Family Soft, which was released in Japan in 1992
NEC PC-9801 - Released - 1990
Classic Operation is a turn-based sci-fi strategy game focusing entirely on battles between the Earth Federation and Zeon. The game has two campaigns, 0079 and 0087, corresponding to the years in which two major wars of the Gundam universe took place: the first war against the Principality of Zeon and the conflict between various factions (including the Axis Zeon, the first of the Neo Zeon organizations) eight years later. The player can either go through the battles of each campaign in a linear fashion (Campaign Mode), or choose between different battles (Scenario Mode); the latter includes...
Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - 1992
Hyper Classic Operation is a turn-based sci-fi strategy game focusing entirely on battles between the Earth Federation and Zeon. The game has two campaigns, 0079 and 0087, corresponding to the years in which two major wars of the Gundam universe took place: the first war against the Principality of Zeon and the conflict between various factions (including the Axis Zeon, the first of the Neo Zeon organizations) eight years later. The player can either go through the battles of each campaign in a linear fashion (Campaign Mode), or choose between different battles (Scenario Mode); the latter...
Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - 1992
Hyper Desert Operation can be considered a "twin game" of Mobile Suit Gundam: Hyper Classic Operation. It is nearly identical to the other game in setting, gameplay, and visuals. Like Hyper Classic Operation, the game consists of two major campaigns, 0079 and 0087, corresponding to two famous wars in Gundam universe. The player can once again choose between a linear progression through a campaign and individual scenarios within each. The scenarios themselves, however, are completely different. Unlike Hyper Classic Operation, all the scenarios take place on planet surfaces rather than in...
NEC PC-9801 - Released - October 5, 1989
MS Field: Kidou Senshi Gundam is an Action game, developed and published by Family Soft, which was released in Japan in 1989
NEC PC-9801 - Released - May 12, 1995
Mobile Suit Gundam: Multiple Operation is a Strategy game, developed and published by Family Soft, which was released in Japan in 1995
Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1993
MSX Train is a Action/Collection of Mini games, developed and published by Family Soft, which was released in Japan in 1992
Microsoft MSX2 - Released - October 1, 1993
MSX Train 2 is an Action-Adventure / Collection of Mini-Games, developed and published by Family Soft, which was released in Japan in 1993
Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - March 14, 1997
Para PARA Paradise is an Adventure game, developed and published by Family Soft, which was released in Japan in 1997
NEC PC-9801 - Released - 1996
A game of armored combat based off an old anime show. You build your Votom, then go fight in the arena.
NEC PC-9801 - Released - June 13, 1992
Space Pirate Captain Harlock is a strategy game developed by Family Soft and released by Takeru on June 13, 1992 in Japan for the PC-98. There are two game modes: "Campaign" where Harlock fights consecutive battlefields and "Scenario" where players can play against each other. You can choose "fleet battle story" in which you fight against the Mazon fleet on the Arcadia, and a "hand-to-hand combat story" that reproduces the confrontation with Queen Rafflesia in a Harlock-based fighting battle.
NEC PC-9801 - 1995
Macross: Skull Leader Complete Pack is a VN/strategy game hybrid released in July 1995. This game is basically a mix of two earlier Macross games by Family Soft, namely Skull Leader and Love Stories. There are naturally certain changes and improvements to the formula, but by and large this is what this particular release is. It is an interesting take on the plot of Macross. The core of the plot is based on the movie “Do You Remember Love?”, as you can see from the designs of the pilot suits and the Zentradi; however, it uses the TV series to fill any hole that the movie doesn’t show (for...