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 hundred years old, was terrified by what the sanzhiyan have become, and swore she will find a way to become human again. She meets Yakumo, whose late father was a scientist who helped Pai on her quest. Accidentally, Pai uses the powers of her third eye on Yakumo, and he becomes her Wu! Trying to regain their lost humanity, Yakumo and Pai are confronted by the evil Benares, the Wu of the sanzhiyan ruler Kaiyanwang. In pursuit of Benares and his henchmen, Yakumo and Pai travel to India, the Easter Island, and many other countries. Will they be able to stop Benares and become human again? The game is a puzzle-less adventure in Japanese fashion, which plays like an interactive anime. The game contains many animated cutscenes, and the locations of the game are still shots in anime style. Unlike most Japanese adventures, the player interacts with the game world not by choosing commands from a menu, but by moving a cursor on the screen. Once the cursor is placed on an object possible to interact with, it is highlighted with an additional command, such as "look", "talk", etc.
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, while in others you'll talk to people about various topics.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 25, 2003
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.
Sony Playstation - Released - September 10, 1998
Doki Doki Poyatchio!! tells the story of a young girl (default name is Jean) in a one month summer vacation (in a near futuristic world) that have to deliver food, letters and other items to the other characters in town. Her cousin Maria will be the one that will send him on those missions and the player have to deliver all the things she asked about. The characters of the town move around the map so is the player's duty to find them and solve the missions. The player's character's can also talk to the rest of the people of the town and move freely meanwhile he is delivering the items. When she solve some of the missions new places of the town will be opened to explore and find more people to deliver them other things.
Sony Playstation - Released - December 2, 1997
Aliens have landed in futuristic Los Angeles and it's up to the Duke to bring the pain and show them the door. After the initial entries of side-scrolling platform games, Duke Nukem 3D introduces a first-person perspective to the series and turns the game into a full-fledged shooter with 2.5D graphics. Duke's arsenal includes pistols, pipe bombs, laser trip mines, Nordenfelt guns, a chain gun and various rocket launchers, but also his mighty foot to kick enemies. The game sports a high level of interactivity. Many objects in the environment can be broken or interacted with, such as pool tables, arcade machines, glass, light switches and security cameras. The protagonist is also able to hand strippers a dollars to have them remove their top.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 14, 1997
Fishing Koshien II is the sequel released in Playstation and Saturn consoles to a SNES game released in 1996. The game features 2D beatiful graphics, lot of different characters to play with (male and female ones) 3 of them in your team and compete and that challenging fishing tournament in different places in Japan (with different fishing spots).
Sega Saturn - Released - March 15, 1996
Fishing Koushien (フィッシング甲子園) is a fishing game for the Sega Saturn.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 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 - Released - 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 crew gained had the potential to solve one of the last enigmas of biology. Immediately after extracting the gas from the comet, however, communications from the spaceship Nebula mysteriously stop
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 27, 1993
Katsuba Yosou Keiba Kizoku is a horse racing game, published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 1993.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 29, 1994
Katsuba Yosou Keiba Kizoku EX '94 is a horse racing game, published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 1994.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - April 14, 1995
Katsuba Yosou Keiba Kizoku EX '95 is a horse racing game, published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 1995.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 7, 1990
Koro Dice is a Puzzle game, developed by A-Wave and published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 1990.
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.
Sony Playstation - Released - October 23, 1997
Mario Mushano's Hyper Shogi School (Mario Mushano no Chou Shogi Juku) is a shogi game in which the player will learn how to play watching the different computer movements, watching other matches, trying to play a match, etc. Training with the game the player can answer the different shogi questions and pass the different stages and obtain the certificate.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 7, 1987
One day in the year 2100, a UFO from an alien planet suddenly appeared and attacked the Earth. A young brother and sister were hiding from the UFO, but somehow have warped into another dimension together with the UFO. There the girl meets a robot who was tracking the UFO. Together with the robot, the girl must reach the UFO's base to rescue her brother and return back home. Miracle Ropitt: 2100 Nen no Daibouken is an action platformer featuring the titular robot, piloted by a young girl. When the robot is hit, it will break down and dump the girl out. The girl cannot shoot enemies, and will die after 30 seconds if she cannot restore the robot, which requires special items. The game often requires shooting at or jumping on certain unmarked spots repeatedly, either to uncover secrets or even to make progress in a stage at all. In order to reach the true ending, two loops of the game must be beaten. It is the first game of the Rubble Saver series, which continued on Game Boy.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 26, 2002
Shaman King: Chou Senjiryakketsu 2 is an Action Adventure game, developed by Studio Saizensen and published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 2002.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 13, 2002
Shaman King: Chou Senjiryakketsu 3 is a Role-Playing game, developed by Studio Saizensen and published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 2002.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 21, 2000
Shaman King Card Game: Chou Senjiryakketsu: Funbari Hen is an Action Adventure game, developed by Studio Saizensen and published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 2001.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 21, 2001
Shaman King: Chou Senjiryakketsu - Meramera Version is an Action Adventure game, developed by Studio Saizensen and published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 2001.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - September 29, 2000
Shinseiki Evangelion: Mahjong Hokan Keikaku is a mahjong spin-off game of the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series. The game is a simple mahjong sim using digitized screenshots from the anime as backdrops. The music is 8-bit renditions of tracks from the series. The game's publisher, King Records, had a hand in the release of CD's featuring music from the series.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 23, 1996
Shusse Mahjong Daisettai (出世麻雀 大接待) is a mahjong game for the Sony Playstation. A riichi mahjong game with a unique story mode twist: as an up-and-coming salaryman, rise through the ranks by making your clients and bosses happy, even if it means losing the match.
Sega Saturn - Released - December 13, 1996
Shusse Mahjong Daisettai (出世麻雀 大接待) is a mahjong game for the Sega Saturn.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 11, 1999
Sougaku Toshi Osaka is a simulation game that takes place in the future in which the player can choose a party of 3 member from 6 different characters. In the game the characters can improve their stats doing different jobs and activities each week meanwhille they go to different places of Osaka and there they can talk with different characters and go to shops and buy different items. The gameplay use a first person perspective and use close up views when the player characters appear and when they talk to other characters. The game features different events during the weeks.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 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 - Released - 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 - Released - 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.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 16, 1999
Super Bass Fishing is a fishing game developed by King Records in 1999 for the Playstation One console. The game features a first person perspective for the fishing part and 2 game modes: - Tournament Mode: Single play only, there the player can compete in a fishing tournament and try to win it. In this mode there are different fishing spots and tournaments to compete in, there is also a shop where the player can buy new rods, lures, etc using his fishing points. - Vs Fishing Mode: A 2 players split screen option for 2 human players to compete at the same time.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 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 day-to-day business of the ranch and as the young boy who eventually becomes Sylphid's jockey.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 23, 2004
Uchuu no Stellvia is a Strategy game, published by King Records, which was released in Japan in 2004.