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Akagawa Jiro: Majo Tachi no Nemuri: Fukkatsusai

Akagawa Jiro: Majo Tachi no Nemuri: Fukkatsusai

Sony Playstation - Released - 1999

kagawa Jirou: Majotachi no Nemuri ("Jirou Akagawa's The Sleep of Witches") is a visual novel adventure game with a supernatural murder mystery theme. As with Chunsoft's Sound Novel series, it features a series of static photographs with Japanese text overlaid on top. The narrative is supported by background ambient music and sound effects. The story was written by Japanese thriller author Jirou Akagawa, based on his novels Majotachi no Tasogare and Majotachi no Nagai Nemuri. It concerns an office worker who is prompted to look into the apparent suicide of a girl from his childhood after...

Akagawa Jirou: Majotachi no Nemuri

Akagawa Jirou: Majotachi no Nemuri

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 24, 1995

After getting a weird call for help while in the office, Toshio has a dream about a girl from his childhood. When the next morning the papers say she has killed herself he's sure she was the one that called and he decides to go off to investigate the mountain village where she supposedly burned herself to death.

Boundary Gate: Daughter of Kingdom

Boundary Gate: Daughter of Kingdom

NEC PC-FX - January 24, 1997

Long time ago, the First Mother created the world and blessed it with five magical symbols that would keep it in balance. The symbols were hidden deep in a sacred temple, to protect everything and everyone around them. Many years later, an adventurer named Finn was looking for work in the city of Ambrose. There was indeed much work to do: monsters roamed the country, the threat of war was more real than ever. One night Finn was strolling through the city when he suddenly spotted a young girl attacked by a monster. Naturally, he defeated the monster and saved the girl, who turned out to be a...

Gulclight TDF2

Gulclight TDF2

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 6, 1991

Isometric, turn-based robot strategy game.

Kawa No Nushi Tsuri Shizenha

Kawa No Nushi Tsuri Shizenha

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 27, 1992

This installment in the fishing simulation series, of which the few localized games are known under the River King brand, is a hybrid between two different genres: the trademark fishing and traditional Japanese-style RPG. The simple story involves, as in many other River King games, a hero and his sister; this time, the sister was about to catch a fish that was essential for their village's prosperity, but hasn't returned. The quest for bigger fish is therefore combined with the quest for the lost sister, and the hero equips weapons and rods to aid him in both tasks... The RPG part of...

Knight Rider Special

Knight Rider Special

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - December 16, 1994

Knight Rider Special (ナイトライダースペシャル Naito Raidā Supesharu?) is a video game for the PC-Engine based on the 1980s television series Knight Rider. It was produced by and published by Pack-In Video Co. Ltd, who also developed the NES version. on December 16, 1994 in Japan only. The game features sound bites by KITT's voice actor, Akio Nojima, straight from the show's Japanese dub. Unlike the NES version, Special's game play is featured in third person perspective akin to even the most basic driving games like Out Run and Rad Racer. The action is very similar to that of Chase H.Q. which also...

Metal Angel

Metal Angel

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - September 24, 1994

Metal Angel is a managerial simulation game that takes place in the futuristic society of 2014, where battles between fighters in mechanized suits have become a major sports event. The player takes control of a coach who must train five young women of different backgrounds, all of which aspire to become a professional fighter. The coach's statistics are generated by answering a series of questions in the beginning of the game. Each of the girl also has her own statistics that must be carefully monitored. With the exception of automatized events, the game consists of creating schedules for all...

Metal Angel II

Metal Angel II

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 20, 1995

The follow-up to Metal Angel is, like its predecessor, a managerial simulation in which the player character trains young girls to become champions of a fighting championship where participants don mechanized power suits. The player controls a manager rather than a coach in this installment, and must keep an eye on the finances as a result. Also, instead of training all the five girls from the first game, the player's answers to the questions posed by the assistant in the beginning of the game determine the choice of the trainee among the same five characters. The player must make schedules...

Nekketsu Legend Baseball

Nekketsu Legend Baseball

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - June 16, 1995

In a world where baseball plays a pivotal role in people's lives, teams compete against each for supremacy, using spiritual and magical moves, as well as robots. Recently, a powerful demon took control of the land, and some humans began using the art of baseball for evil purposes. The malevolent Dark Baseballer has been terrorizing innocents, and it is up to a group of young people to restore justice. Nekketsu Legend Baseballer is a role-playing game dedicated to baseball. There is no actual baseball simulation in the game: much of it plays like a traditional Japanese RPG, with top-down...

Paradion: Auto Crusher Palladium

Paradion: Auto Crusher Palladium

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - February 25, 1994

Pinball Graffiti

Pinball Graffiti

Sega Saturn - Released - July 12, 1996

Pinball Graffiti (ピンボールグラフィティ) is a Sega Saturn pinball game developed by Pack-In-Video and released in 1996. Though released in Japan and Europe, it was not brought to North America. Unlike its other Saturn rivals, Pinball Graffiti is rendered entirely in 3D, and can hence offer several interesting camera modes (such as a "ball cam") which most other pinball games are unable to provide. Pinball Graffiti has remained a Saturn exclusive and has not been ported to any other platforms as of yet.

Umi no Nushi Tsuri

Umi no Nushi Tsuri

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 19, 1996

It is the first title in the spin-off "Sea" series where the fishing takes place in the sea rather than the rive

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