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Battle K-Road

Battle K-Road

Arcade - Released - 1994

A fighting game based on the K-Road Tournament. The game focuses mostly on reality fighting than fictional. At the start of the game in 1P mode, the player will face against the other fighter that uses the same fighting style as the one the player chose. After the player wins against the opponent, the player will face against other opponents that use other fighting styles in the K-Road Tournament. If the player loses, the game will only allow the player to continue fighting through it with the character he used, and will not allow the player to choose another character. The gameplay has...

Cannon Spike

Cannon Spike

Sega Naomi - Released - 2000

Cannon Spike (Gunspike in Japan) is an overhead-camera shooting game in the vein of Smash TV and another Capcom creation, the Commando series. Released for the arcades, and later for the Sega Dreamcast, it uses Capcom-designed characters and runs on Sega's Naomi Hardware. Cannon Spike is a linear game, heavily focused towards boss encounters. A main feature of the game is the ability to play as a number of familiar Capcom characters from other franchises. The international name of Cannon Spike is the name of a trademark attack performed by Cammy, a character from the Street Fighter series...

Daraku Tenshi: The Fallen Angels

Arcade - Released - 1998

The earthquake that struck the city at 7:13 A.M. on February 10, 2000, measured 7 on the richter scale. The veneer of peace that had been maintained in the city's streets by total information control suddenly vanished, and the computer-controlled concrete jungle stopped functioning. A major shift in the Earth's crust had severed the city from its surrounding landform, leaving it an island with virtually no outside contact. Money-crazed inhabitants soon lashed out for the city's remaining but useless vestiges of power, preaching salvation while hiding their wicked motives. Sex, crime and drugs...

Dragon Blaze

Dragon Blaze

Arcade - Released - 2000

The shooter of riding the dragon's back! Master the techniques of the dragon and magic shot! You'll be surprised by the bosses attacks , transforming animations and background art depicting an eerie and beautiful world.

Gunbarich

Gunbarich

Arcade - Released - 2001

Gunbarich is a breakout-like shooter game that first appeared in arcades in 2001. Control the flipper and shoot the pink ball = puck to break all the blocks to clear the stage. You miss if you run out of time or drop the puck. You can use the flipper to shoot back enemy bullets as well as the puck. The enemy bullets you shoot back can cause massive damage if you hit an enemy character. You can also control the activation of the puck and enemy bullets hit by the flipper with left and right inputs.

Gunbird

Gunbird

Arcade - Released - 1994

Gunbird is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up developed by Psikyo. It hit the Japanese arcade in 1994 and was followed by a Japanese release to the Saturn and the Playstation in the following year. The game is set in a fantasy setting with steampunk elements. Lush forests and medieval castles meet steam trains and mech robots. Instead of piloting the genre-traditional space ships, Gunbird lets the player chose between five different characters (Ash, Marion, Valnus, Yuan Nang and Tetsu) who traverse the game world on broomstick, jet packs and pedal-powered helicopters on a quest to find the...

Gunbird 2

Gunbird 2

Arcade - Released - February 1, 1998

Gunbird 2 is the sequel to the arcade sleeper Gunbird. Take flight as one of seven crazy characters as you battle the Queen Pirates in search of the world's biggest treasure hoard! This Dreamcast version features a guest appearance by Capcom's Morrigan Aenslaed as a playable character, who never appeared in the arcade version.

Ikuze! Onsen Takkyuu!!

Ikuze! Onsen Takkyuu!!

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 21, 2000

Ikuze! Onsen Takkyū!! is a 3D table tennis game featuring two modes: story and versus (against another player or the computer). There are 6 stages to play in and 8 characters to choose from, seven fictional ones plus real life Japanese table tennis player Ai Fukuhara. Each of the eight characters has their own plot in the story mode, with cutscenes and voice acting. Gameplay is simple; two buttons for different shot types while the left analog stick/d-pad moves the player. If the ball is high in the air, with precise timing and good positioning, a super-move can be executed, delivering an...

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universe in Peril

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universe in Peril

Sony Playstation Vita - Released - October 22, 2013

When the villainous Doctor Doom and Loki attacked the space-faring Silver Surfer, his board's shattered remains rained down upon an unsuspecting Earth. Now the race is on to recover the powerful Cosmic Bricks that once comprised the board as Nick Fury gathers the Earth's mightiest heroes to recover them - all before Loki, Doctor Doom and their cabal of villains can assemble their Super Weapon and take over the world. Meanwhile, Silver Surfer's master, the planet-eating Galactus, comes in search of his Herald and his next meal... Earth.

Lode Runner: The Dig Fight

Lode Runner: The Dig Fight

Arcade - Released - 2000

This upgrade to the popular computer game adds a two-player mode and new levels. This game was released in Japan only.

Pilot Kids

Pilot Kids

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1999

A cutesy horizontal shooter where you play a kid in an airplane shooting at awesome bosses like an attack dog.

Pilot Kids

Pilot Kids

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1999

Pilot Kids (パイロット キッズ) is a side-scrolling 2.5D shoot-'em-up released by Psikyo for Sega Model 2 arcade hardware in 1999. It was the last official Model 2 game to be released.

Sol Divide

Sol Divide

Arcade - Released - July 10, 1997

Sol Divide delivers players with the action they are looking for and a story that places them right in the heat of the battle in this fantasy-based shooter. With 3 characters to choose from, players will battle their way through various levels in order to beat the evil Iftar who holds the magical sword Sol Divide. With a combination of magic and hand to hand combat, you will be able to defeat Iftar and recover the sacred Spirit Stone.

Space Bomber

Space Bomber

Arcade - Released - 1998

Space Bomber (スペースボンバー) is a shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1998 by Japanese company Psikyo. The parodic versions of Space Invaders are almost a genre in their own right, a genre of which Space Bomber is a beautiful incarnation. After a kitschissime intro that puts immediately in the bath (the wicked aliens arrive, oh! Pabo!), One attacks a part of a game completely to the west. On the bases of a Space Invaders (no scrolling, enemies coming from above) the game adds a greater freedom of movement, a system of power ups but above all a system of capture of enemies: the ship has A...

Strikers 1945

Strikers 1945

Arcade - Released - September 4, 1995

In 1945, the second world war ended. Soon, there was peace, but an organization of high-ranking military officers from all over the world form a global army known as CANY. Their mission was to conquer the world. CANY activity was found in areas like the Soviet Union, America, Japan, and even Germany. It is revealed that CANY had weapons never seen before from rockets to mechanical walkers. The world quickly formed a group of pilots and planes called the Strikers whose mission is to rid of CANY from the world.

Strikers 1945 II

Strikers 1945 II

Arcade - Released - 1997

Continuing where the last game ended, the forces of CANY had been demolished by the previous Strikers' line-up. However, a small group known as the FGR stole the sources and technology responsible for the last events and planned to continue CANYs work by initiating world-warfare with massive mech technology. Once again, the Strikers are called into action.

Strikers 1945 II

Strikers 1945 II

Sega Saturn - Released - October 22, 1998

Continuing where the last game ended, the forces of CANY had been demolished by the previous Strikers' line-up. However, a small group known as the FGR stole the sources and technology responsible for the last events and planned to continue CANYs work by initiating world-warfare with massive mech technology. Once again, the Strikers are called into action.

Strikers 1945 II

Strikers 1945 II

Sony Playstation - Released - October 22, 1998

Strikers 1945 II (ストライカーズ1945II) is a vertically-scrolling shoot 'em up game developed and originally published by Psikyo in 1997 for the arcades as a follow-up to Strikers 1945. This game was also ported by Kuusou Kagaku to the PlayStation and Sega Saturn for Psikyo and re-released by Success in 2000. As in Strikers 1945, the player chooses one of six World War II-era fighter planes, then uses machine guns and bombs to fight through eight stages (the first four stages being in random order and the latter four stages in linear fashion). Once the game is beaten, a report showing how well...

Strikers 1945 III

Strikers 1945 III

Arcade - Released - 1999

Year 1999, fall. The countless super minimum machine group 'nano-machine', which came flying, invaded the principal weapon and military terminals of each country from outer space and began multiplication. This weapon group which is automated with the 'nano-machines' repeated attack with non discrimination and the metropoles of each country were in a devastating state. A fear of the extensive nuclear warfare with the strategy nuclear missile error morphism hit the world!!! Barely the unit of each country which prevents the invasion of the 'nano- machine' is summoned because of the unmanned...

Strikers 1945 Plus

Strikers 1945 Plus

Arcade - September 1, 1999

Strikers 1945 Plus is a shoot 'em up video game for the Neo Geo MVS arcade System created by Psikyo. This game is a remix of Strikers 1945 and Strikers 1945 II on a horizontal screen.

Tengai

Tengai

Arcade - Released - 1996

Sengoku Blade: Sengoku Ace Episode II, released as Tengai outside Japan, is a horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up video game released for arcade machines in 1996 by Psikyo as a sequel to the 1993 shooter Sengoku Ace. It was later released as a part of Psikyo Shooting Collection Vol. 2: Sengoku Ace & Sengoku Blade for the PlayStation 2, and separately for iOS and Android devices. The game is set in a historical fantasy version of the Sengoku period of Japanese history, featuring demons, magic and steam-powered robotics. The title of this game translates from Japanese as 'Beyond The...

Tetris the Absolute: The Grand Master 2

Tetris the Absolute: The Grand Master 2

Arcade - Released - 2000

Tetris: The Grand Master 2: The Absolute is the second game in Arika's Tetris: The Grand Master series of Arcade-only Tetris games intended for advanced players, released exclusively in Japan in 2000. It tests the player's "Tetris Grand Master" capability, pitting them against extremely high-speed scenarios where they have to place pieces at the speed of thought. At later levels, pieces appear instantaneously at the bottom of the grid, forcing the player to shuffle them into the desired location in the small grace period before they "lock" into place. The Grand Master 2 exacerbates the...

Tetris the Absolute: The Grand Master 2 Plus

Arcade - Released - 2000

Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2 (also known as T.A., and TGM2) is Arika's second title in the TGM series. It is an arcade game published by Psikyo in October 2000. The Grand Master 2 introduced the less-intimidating Normal mode to attract more casual gamers, as well as an all-new grading system in Master mode, the continuation of TGM's original gameplay. Two months later in the same year, a free upgrade of the game, titled Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2 PLUS (also known as TAP, and TGM2) was released, which added TGM+, T.A. Death, and increased the GM requirements for Master...

Yoshimoto Mahjong Club

Yoshimoto Mahjong Club

Sega Saturn - Released - December 17, 1998

Yoshimoto Mahjong Club (よしもと麻雀倶楽部) is a mahjong game for the Sega Saturn.

Yoshimoto Mahjong Club Deluxe

Yoshimoto Mahjong Club Deluxe

Sony Playstation - Released - February 11, 1999

Yoshimoto Mahjong Club Deluxe is a mahjong game based on a japanese TV show in which 26 popular japanese comedians play mahjong in some sort of tournament.

Zero Gunner

Zero Gunner

Arcade - Released - 1997

Zero Gunner is a shoot 'em up developed by Psikyo and released in 1997. The arcade game allows for eight-way movement using a joystick and supports up to two players at a time. It was notable for its lock on targeting mechanic that allowed players to rotate around targets. The game was succeeded by a sequel, Zero Gunner 2 for the Sega NAOMI/Dreamcast.

Zero Gunner

Zero Gunner

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1997

Zero Gunner is a shoot 'em up developed by Psikyo and released in 1997. The arcade game allows for eight-way movement using a joystick and supports up to two players at a time. It was notable for its lock on targeting mechanic that allowed players to rotate around targets. The game was succeeded by a sequel, Zero Gunner 2 for the Sega NAOMI/Dreamcast. Plot In the future date of 2016, worldwide martial law is initiated when a widespread terrorist organization overthrew and took control of the world's military authorities. A group of ace helicopter pilots are secretly amassed in a special...

Zero Gunner 2

Zero Gunner 2

Arcade - Released - May 1, 2001

In the near future, scientists working for the powerful Asian conglomerate known as Igem have discovered a new energy source. Refusing to share their technique with the rest of the world, Igem eventually developed a weather control machine named ONI, which they intend to use for the purpose of global domination. A squadron of ace helicopter pilots, called Zero Gunner, is assembled to destroy ONI - but Igem fights back with everything they've got... Zero Gunner 2 is a top-down shooter. All backdrops and vehicles in this game are modeled in 3D, though the gameplay mostly follows the...

Zero Gunner 2

Zero Gunner 2

Sega Naomi - Released - May 1, 2001

In the near future, scientists working for the powerful Asian conglomerate known as Igem have discovered a new energy source. Refusing to share their technique with the rest of the world, Igem eventually developed a weather control machine named ONI, which they intend to use for the purpose of global domination. A squadron of ace helicopter pilots, called Zero Gunner, is assembled to destroy ONI - but Igem fights back with everything they've got... Zero Gunner 2 is a top-down shooter. All backdrops and vehicles in this game are modeled in 3D, though the gameplay mostly follows the...

Zero Gunner 2

Zero Gunner 2

Sega Dreamcast - Released - May 15, 2001

In the near future, scientists working for the powerful Asian conglomerate known as Igem have discovered a new energy source. Refusing to share their technique with the rest of the world, Igem eventually developed a weather control machine named ONI, which they intend to use for the purpose of global domination. A squadron of ace helicopter pilots, called Zero Gunner, is assembled to destroy ONI - but Igem fights back with everything they've got... Zero Gunner 2 is a top-down shooter. All backdrops and vehicles in this game are modelled in 3D, though the gameplay mostly follows the...

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