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Cosmic Fantasy 3: Bouken Shounen Rei

Cosmic Fantasy 3: Bouken Shounen Rei

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - September 25, 1992

Cosmic Fantasy 4: Ginga Shounen Densetsu Gekitou Hen

Cosmic Fantasy 4: Ginga Shounen Densetsu Gekitou Hen

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 25, 1994

Cosmic Fantasy 4: Ginga Shounen Densetsu Totsunyuu Hen

Cosmic Fantasy 4: Ginga Shounen Densetsu Totsunyuu Hen

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - June 10, 1994

Death Bringer

Death Bringer

Sharp X68000 - Released - March 10, 1989

A powerful wizard, yearning for even more power, has found a sacred book that granted him command over armies of demons and men. Possessed by the desire to conquer and to destroy, he orders his armies to set cities on fire, massacring the citizens. But one nameless hero, the protagonist of this game, has to stand up against the evil. Leaving Soron, his home village, the hero embarks on a journey to find companions and to face together the forces of darkness. Despite being a Japanese game, Death Bringer is more similar to Western RPGs of the time than to their Japanese counterparts, even...

Dekoboko Densetsu: Hashiru Wagamanma

Dekoboko Densetsu: Hashiru Wagamanma

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - November 2, 1990

Dekoboko Densetsu is a humorous game that combines elements of arcade action and racing. Up to five players can compete in the races. All the stages are vertically-scrolling (top-down), with the cars represented as small sprites of different colors. The player's goal is not only to beat the other cars, but also reach the finish line safely: each car has limited hit points, and continuously receives damage during the race. Damage can be sustained by driving over environmental hazards (pits, traps, bombs, etc.), failing to move the car forward in time (if the screen scrolls while the...

Heiwa Parlor! Mini 8: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Heiwa Parlor! Mini 8: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 30, 1998

Heiwa Parlor! Mini 8: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game is a pachinko game developed and published by Telenet Japan for the Super Famicom platform. This eighth game in the series is endorsed by and features the machines of the Heiwa Corporation, which are more closely associated to the Heiwa Pachinko World series from Office Koukan/Shouei System. Like the rest of the games in the Parlor! Mini series, which span off Telenet Japan's Parlor! Parlor! franchise, it focuses on just two pachinko machines. In this case, the two machines include a quiz show-themed table and an owl-themed table.

High Grenadier

High Grenadier

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - April 12, 1991

High Grenadier is a turn-based strategy game with role-playing elements. The game has a rather abstract plot that depicts a battle between two human organizations, each piloting and commanding giant mechs; no further details are revealed in the game. The gameplay takes place on a battlefield composed out of dots connected by lines; both player-controlled and opponent's army can move only between adjacent dots. The player has six commanders at his disposal; each of them can lead a several various mechas into the battle. Three commanders are available initially, while others can be called...

Kyouraku Sanyou Maruhon Parlor! Parlor! 5

Kyouraku Sanyou Maruhon Parlor! Parlor! 5

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 29, 1996

Kyouraku Sanyou Maruhon Parlor! Parlor! 5 is the fifth and final game in Telenet Japan's series of pachinko gambling games that creates virtual facsimiles of real pachinko machine models and allows players to practice them at home. The game's title features the three pachinko manufacturers who have featured machines: Kyouraku, Sanyou and Maruhon - the fifth game is missing the series's usual sponsor Toyomaru, instead substituting the recurring featured manufacturer Maruhon in the title instead.

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor!

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 30, 1995

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! is a pachinko game from Nippon Telenet and the first game in the series of the same name. The "Kyouraku", "Sanyou" and "Toyomaru" of the title refer to three different manufacturers of real-life pachinko machines, and these pachinko machines are represented virtually in this game for pachinko fanatics to practice on. The game follows a similar example set by previous manufacturer-sponsored pachinko simulators, such as Heiwa Pachinko World. The second game in the series, Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 2, was released five months later.

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 2

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 25, 1995

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 2 is a pachinko game from Telenet Japan and the second in their Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! series. The series is endorsed by three independent pachinko machine manufacturers - the Kyouraku, Sanyou and Toyomaru of the title - and features multiple virtual versions of their machines. The goal of the game is to win big at pachinko, bouncing from a number of parlors and machines for maximum payouts. The third game in the series, Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 3, was released five months later.

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 3

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 3

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 19, 1996

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! 3, or by its full title Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Okumura Taiyo Parlor! Parlor! 3, is a pachi-slots game from Telenet Japan and the third game in the series. The Parlor! Parlor! series is built on bringing together virtual facsimiles of various machines from real-life pachinko/pachi-slot machine manufacturers. The five manufacturers with machines featured in this game are in the title: Kyouraku, Sanyou, Toyomaru, Okumura and Taiyo. The player can move between pachi-slot parlors earning as much money as possible in the story mode, or can practice on...

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! IV CR

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! IV CR

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 29, 1995

Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Okumura Daiichi Maruhon Parlor! Parlor! IV CR, usually just Kyouraku Sanyou Toyomaru Parlor! Parlor! IV CR for short, is a pachinko game from the Parlor! Parlor! series that features virtual recreations of pachinko machines from various manufacturers. The fourth game features machines from Kyouraku, Sanyou, Toyomaru, Okumura, Daiichi and Maruhon - the player can try these machines and learn how they work so that they can win big on the real thing.

Legion

Legion

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - September 21, 1990

Legion is a horizontally scrolling shoot-em-up. The player controls a fighter pilot who defends an unnamed futuristic Empire from an assault of mechanical creatures. In spite of the game's exclusively Japanese release, the protagonist delivers voiced monologues in English, musing over his mission, at the beginning of each stage. The game has a traditional power-up system with a basic weapon power-up that changes its color rapidly when revealed (red for vulcan gun, green for lasers, blue for missiles), as well as assorted collectible letters that either enhance the strength of the gun with...

Mugen Senshi Valis II

Mugen Senshi Valis II

Sharp X68000 - Released - November 23, 1989

Rogles, the tyrant who wanted to gain control over the three worlds in the universe, was defeated by Yuko, an ordinary Japanese teenager who was chosen to become the heroic Valis Soldier. The dream world Vecanti fell into the hands of Emperor Megas. Driven by intense hatred to Rogles and his followers, Megas became an even more dangerous fanatic, imposing an iron rule on his realm. Yuko must now travel to the dream world and defeat the new tyrant and his minions. Like its predecessor, Mugen Senshi Valis II is an action platformer. Yuko fights and jumps her way through enemies and platform...

Parlor! Mini 2: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Parlor! Mini 2: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 28, 1996

Parlor! Mini 2: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game ("Parlor! Mini 2: Pachinko Machine Simulation Game") is the second in a series of budget pachinko games for the Super Famicom, which span off the Parlor! Parlor! series. The series would see six more sequels between 1996 and 1998. Like its predecessor, it features two virtual approximations of actual pachinko machines that players can practice on to prepare them for the real thing.

Parlor! Mini 3: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Parlor! Mini 3: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 27, 1996

Parlor! Mini 3: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game is a pachinko game developed and published by Telenet Japan for the Super Famicom platform. Like the rest of the games in the Parlor! Mini series, which span off Telenet Japan's Parlor! Parlor! series, it focuses on just two pachinko machines. These machines have real-like equivalents, and the goal is to practice them in preparation for winning big on the real deal.

Parlor! Mini 4: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Parlor! Mini 4: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 29, 1996

Parlor! Mini 4: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game is a pachinko game developed and published by Telenet Japan for the Super Nintendo platform. Like the rest of the games in the Parlor! Mini series, which span off Telenet Japan's Parlor! Parlor! series, it focuses on just two pachinko machines. In this case, the two machines follow a Japanese matsuri theme and an Aladdin/Arabian Nights theme.

Parlor! Mini 5: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Parlor! Mini 5: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 28, 1997

Parlor! Mini 5: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game is a pachinko game developed and published by Telenet Japan for the Super Famicom platform. Like the rest of the games in the Parlor! Mini series, which span off Telenet Japan's Parlor! Parlor! franchise, it focuses on just two pachinko machines. In this case, the two machines follow a ninja theme and a billiards/pool hustler theme.

Parlor! Mini 6: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Parlor! Mini 6: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 30, 1997

Parlor! Mini 6: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game is a pachinko game developed and published by Telenet Japan for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Like the rest of the games in the Parlor! Mini series, which span off Telenet Japan's Parlor! Parlor! franchise, it focuses on just two pachinko machines. In this case, the two machines include "Roadstar", with a "travelling across the United States" theme, and "Magic Chaser", with a fantasy/Arabian theme.

Parlor! Mini 7: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Parlor! Mini 7: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 29, 1997

Parlor! Mini 7: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game is a pachinko game developed and published by Telenet Japan for the Super Famicom platform. Like the rest of the games in the Parlor! Mini series, which span off Telenet Japan's Parlor! Parlor! franchise, it focuses on just two pachinko machines. In this case, the two machines include "Seven Dwarfs", which is based on the Snow White fairytale (and Disney movie), and "Kero Kero Jump", which involves frogs and lilypads.

Parlor! Mini: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Parlor! Mini: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 26, 1996

Parlor! Mini: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game ("Jikki" means "machine") is a pachinko game for the Super Famicom and the first in an off-shoot series based on Telenet Japan's Parlor! Parlor! series which intends to teach Super Famicom owners how to win big on real-life versions of the machines they feature. The Parlor! Mini series focuses on a smaller number of machines - typically two per game - and were sold for a budget price. Parlor! Mini was followed by seven sequels released throughout 1996, 1997 and 1998. The first Parlor! Mini features a machine with an aquatic theme and another with...

Pop 'n Magic

Pop 'n Magic

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - 1992

A static screen action game in the style of Bubble Bobble or Don Doko Don, Pop 'n Magic allows you to trap enemies by firing your wand at them, then pick them up and throw them across the screen to destroy them. The bubbles they are trapped in are specific colours and care must be taken not to throw two of the same colour together as this will release the (now quite upset) creatures inside.

Sankyo Fever! Fever!

Sankyo Fever! Fever!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 28, 1994

First title of the Sankyo Fever series of video games. SANKYO, Co., Ltd. (株式会社三共 Kabushiki Kaisha Sankyo) is a Japanese manufacturer of pachinko machines. Three Honke Sankyo Fever Jikki Simulation titles were released for the Super Famicom. Other Sankyo Fever titles were released for the PlayStation, Sega Saturn, and WonderSwan.

The Sugoroku '92: Nariagari Trendy

The Sugoroku '92: Nariagari Trendy

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 20, 1991

Nariagari Trendy is an adaptation of the Japanese board game sugoroku - the Monopoly-like "Game of Life" version rather than the backgammon variant. Four characters, controlled by human players or computer AI, move on a board that represents a city, earning money and points on the way. The characters are taken from other Laser Soft games, most prominently Cosmic Fantasy series. The amount of moves is determined by dice roll. Special fields would award the character that lands on them with large amounts of money, the opportunity to roll the dice again, or lead to various mini-games which would...

Super Albatross

Super Albatross

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - September 14, 1989

Super Albatross is a golf game. There are three modes available: training, match play, and tournament. Match play is essentially a story mode that casts the player in the role of a young man whose mother has passed away and who tries to find solace in golf. In this mode, opponents must be defeated in a linear fashion and courses are dictated by the story. In training and tournament modes the player can choose between six different courses. The tournament mode is a competition between various characters who appeared as opponents in the match play mode. The golf game itself is viewed from a...

Tenshi no Uta

Tenshi no Uta

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 25, 1991

Kearu, a young warrior from the land of Erin, is entrusted by his village elder to protect Krea, a young girl who was found near the village entrance when she was a baby. The young couple receives a task of retrieving and delivering a magic flower known as Eureka to the king. However, on the way to the castle, they are attacked by a winged monster, who carries Krea away. Kearu realizes that this kidnapping was not accidental, and had something to do with Krea's mysterious origin. Tenshi no Uta is a traditional Japanese-style role-playing game. As in most games of this genre, the player...

Tenshi no Uta 2: Datenshi no Sentaku

Tenshi no Uta 2: Datenshi no Sentaku

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 26, 1993

Fate is a young man whose job is to patrol the land around his village and protect it from monsters. One day, during such a patrol, Fate and his friend Shion encounter a mysterious girl in the nearby tower. She could only remember that her name was Rhianna, but nothing else about her origins and how she ended up being in that tower. Shortly afterwards, the village is attacked by monsters and burnt down. Fate, Shion, and Rhianna escape, and Fate promises Rhianna that he will help her regain her memory and find the truth about her past. Tenshi no Uta II: Datenshi no Sentaku is not directly...

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