Sony Playstation - Released - December 31, 1997
Tenrin Ō Genmu is one of the games based on the manga and anime series 3x3 Eyes. It tells the story of Yakumo, a normal Japanese teenager who studies and works as a waiter, and Pai, a girl who belongs to the race of sanzhiyan, the immortal three-eyed people. After having discovered the secret of eternal youth and immortality many hundred years ago, the sanzhiyan could not remain human, and became cruel demons capable of possessing people and turning them into "wu" (Chinese for "nothing") - immortal, powerful, and obedient servants. Pai, who looks like a young girl, but is nevertheless three...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 8, 1991
The game is based on the detective story Ghost Train, the first one written by the popular Japanese author Jiro Akagawa. You play a young detective who investigates a strange case: eight people have disappeared, and rumors are heard about a mysterious Ghost Train. You head to a remote village to learn more about those events. In this adventure game, you can move your hero from third-person perspective, but you can leave a screen only via a menu command. The menu is unique to each location; in some of them, you'll be able to investigate a room by moving around a cursor and clicking on objects,...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance
Azumanga Daioh Advance is a puzzle game released for the Gameboy Advance hand held system on April 25th, 2003. It was published and developed by King Records. Azumanga Daioh Advance was a Japan only release and was never planned to be sold over seas.
Sega Saturn - Released - August 8, 1997
Bakuretsu Hunter R (爆れつハンターＲ) is an RPG for the Sega Saturn released by King Records in Japan in 1997. It is based on the Sorcerer Hunters (called Bakuretsu Hunter in Japan) media franchise.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - March 31, 1996
An angling game that features licenses from the television station TV Osaka and fishing equipment manufacturer Daiwa Seiko Corporation (presently known as Globeride).The player is given an objective by a pair of presenters, such as finding the largest specimen of a particular fish, and picks their spot on a lake to start fishing. One feature the game has is a means of adjusting how fast you reel, allowing you to set a slow pace to entice fish and then a faster one to reel them in.Koushien is a Sports game, developed by A-Wave and published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 1996.
Sega Saturn - Released - May 30, 1997
Fishing Koushien II (フィッシング甲子園Ⅱ) is a fishing game for the Sega Saturn and a sequel to Fishing Koushien.
Nintendo Entertainment System - March 17, 1989
In the year 2061, a manned space mission was planned for Halley’s Comet, which would once again be nearing Earth. A team was assembled from eight countries around the world, and split into two spaceships for the mission, dubbed the “Nebula” and the “Corona.” They would depart from the Space Station Jesus. A primary objective of the mission was to collect gas samples from the tail of Halley’s Comet. These samples were to be gathered not only for the advancement of materials science or astronomy, but also to test the theory that life on Earth may have been seeded by comets. The knowledge the...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 27, 1993
Katsuba Yosou Keiba Kizoku is a Sports game, based on horse racing, published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 1993
Sega Saturn - Released - January 15, 1998
Mario Mushano no Chou Shougi Juku (マリオ武者野の超将棋塾) is a shougi game for the Sega Saturn.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 7, 1987
A girl in the year 2100 uses a robot suit. If the player is hit once, then the suit is lost and the player must play as the little girl. One more hit and the player loses a life. Although the game was only released in Japan for the Nintendo Famicom, the game's text is in English and is completely playable by English speakers. This game must be played through twice in order to see the true ending, just like in "Ghosts 'n Goblins".
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - October 20, 1995
Sougou Kakutougi Rings: Astral Bout 3 is a Shoot/Hybrid fighting game featuring the Shoot fighting league known as RINGS fighting network, developed by A-Wave and published by King Records, it was released in Japan in 1995.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - June 26, 1992
Enter the deadliest arena in the world, as Fighting Network Rings brings you MMA with Astral Bout. With 8 different fighting styles, special submission attacks, and stiff kicks from pro wrestling legend Akira Maeda, you better be sure you got what it takes to survive this MEGA BATTLE!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - February 25, 1994
Sougou Kakutougi: Astral Bout 2: The Total Fighters is the sequel to Sougou Kakutougi: Astral Bout and like that game features various martial arts experts competing, not unlike MMA. The game is based on a real-life Japanese martial arts TV promotion, Fighting Network Rings. The eight characters represent different martial arts, including wrestling, karate, boxing, Muay Thai and others.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - October 8, 1993
Super Kyousouba: Kaze no Sylphid ("Super Racehorse: Sylphid of the Wind". "Sylphid" is sometimes stylized as "Silpheed" like the shoot 'em up series) is a horse racing simulation game published by King Records, a company generally better known for producing music. It is based on the Kaze no Sylphid manga: a dramatic serial manga concerning a young boy and a foal, Sylphid, who the boy is determined to raise and race even though the horse was born with tendinitis. The game is part simulation management game and part racing game, as the player takes control of both the owner as he operates the...