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.hack//frägment

.hack//frägment

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 23, 2005

.hack//frägment is a multiplayer online game based on the fictional MMORPG, The World. It was released only in Japan on November 23, 2005 and online service ended on January 18, 2007, after being extended two months because of its popularity. Famitsu Weekly gave .hack//frägment a cumulative score of 29 out of 40 over four reviews, much like its reviews of the main series. Designer Hiroshi Matsuyama described the game as a way to see how players would react to online play. The game uses the same game engine as the .hack video game series and thus, its gameplay is identical, with the exception...

.hack//G.U. Vol. 3: Redemption

.hack//G.U. Vol. 3: Redemption

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 10, 2007

It is 2017 and the dangers found in .hack//G.U.: Vol. 3 Redemption are filtering out of the game. The evil entity terrorizing players in "The World" is free and wreaking havoc in real-life. Players once again take the role of Haseo, a young adventurer who is the only hope for restoring peace in "The World." Gamers lead Haseo through many recognizable environments and into such new root towns as Breg Epona and the Net Slum. The steam bike makes a return and players can now upgrade their bikes and speed through five riding missions. Toward the end of the game, players may access a 100 floor...

3 Choume no Tama: Tama and Friends: 3 Choume Obake Panic!!

3 Choume no Tama: Tama and Friends: 3 Choume Obake Panic!!

Nintendo Game Boy - August 5, 1994

You are playing as a little cat running through a city. Try to avoid cars and bad dogs while finding all your animal friends. Increase the amount of hits you can take by playing a few mini-games.

64 de Hakken! Tamagotchi Minna de Tamagotchi World

64 de Hakken! Tamagotchi Minna de Tamagotchi World

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 19, 1997

64 de Hakken! Tamagotchi Minna de Tamagotchi World is a Nintendo 64 game released exclusively in Japan in 1997. It bears resemblance to the Mario Party series. 64 de Hakken! resembles a play board and requires players to care for their characters at each turn, and occasionally play minigames with the other players. The winning player’s Tamagotchi evolves into a special character only available in the game, with a total possible 59 characters to obtain. It is, in some ways, a predecessor of Tamagotchi: Party On!.

The Adventures of Gilligan's Island

The Adventures of Gilligan's Island

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 1, 1990

"Okay little buddy, you just stay right behind your old pal the Skipper and everything's gonna be just fine. All we have to do is follow these clues and find the magic stone tablet and we can get off this forsaken island once and for all. So Gilligan, please try not to mess things up just this one time. Stay away from the quicksand and don't go wandering off into any dark caves. Can you promise me that, little buddy? Little buddy? Now where has he gone to? Gilligan, get out of that tree and stop messing around!! OK, just walk right in my footsteps and don't cause any more trouble or we could...

Akira Psycho Ball

Akira Psycho Ball

Sony Playstation 2 - February 21, 2002

The legendary Akira returns! The AKIRA story is reawakened through a series of stunning and challenging pinball machines designed around scenes from the blockbuster of the anime movie. Play the revolutionary 'Changing Game Field' - pinball tables that transform through interchangeable sections or head to head with friend of CPU on the 'Battlefield' for the ultimate pinball challenge. Features include four diferent tables and cut scenes taken directly from the movie. Not available in North America.

Akuma-kun: Makai no Wana

Akuma-kun: Makai no Wana

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 24, 1990

Based on a popular manga, the game follows Akuma-kun, who the player controls, through three different types of areas. The world map allows Akuma-kun to visit different towns and dungeons. The world map is in an overhead perspective and features random encounters, which pit Akuma-kun against randomly appearing enemies. During battles, the perspective switches to first-person and the player selects different types of attacks from a menu. During battle, the player can summon demons to aid Akuma-kun with fighting. The player's party and the enemies then take turns attacking each other, similar to...

All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution

All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution

Nintendo 3DS - Released - December 1, 2016

Arc the Lad: Kijin Fukkatsu

Arc the Lad: Kijin Fukkatsu

WonderSwan Color - Released - July 4, 2002

Two generations ago, there was a great battle between the humans and the machines. Led by their evil god, the machines were eventually able to win the battle and to take control over the world. You play the role of Elc, the hero of Arc the Lad 2. As always, Elc is a freelance mercenary who gets assignments from his guild. He encounters Finia, a girl who belonged to a resistance group and whose mother was killed by the machines. With the help of other friends, the heroes must save the humanity and restore the world to normal. This is a side-story in Arc the Lad series, set in a futuristic...

Ashita no Nadja

Ashita no Nadja

Sega Pico - Released - 2003

Ashita no Nadja is an Educational game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in 2003.

Athletic World

Athletic World

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 12, 1986

Five exciting playing fields! Three different skill levels! Customized advice screen - game adjusts to your age and gender! An athletic training camp - in your own home! Fitness is just a hop, skip, and a jump away with ATHLETIC WORLD - the video game that's controlled by the movements of YOUR body! Test your athletic ability on Bandai's five challenging events as you move up the difficulty scale from Training to Beginner to Expert! Staying in shape never felt so good - or was quite so much fun!

Aubirdforce After

Aubirdforce After

Sony Playstation - Released - October 22, 1998

Aubirdforce After is the sequel to Aubirdforce, a galactic war simulation which places mighty space cruisers and wingmen on a collision course with opposing forces across the cosmos. Attack, defend and outflank your foes to elevate yourself to supreme commander. Battles take place on 3-D grids which contain the tactical action. The game takes place 2 years after the events of the first Aubirdforce with a new enhanced graphic engine and the same complex gameplay of the first game. The thing that makes the Aubirdforce games a little different from other tactical RPG games is that the player...

Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger

Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger

Sega Pico - Released - 2003

Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger is an Educational game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in 2003.

Bandai Golf: Challenge Pebble Beach

Bandai Golf: Challenge Pebble Beach

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 15, 1989

One or Two players can play a round on this video course modeled after the real Pebble Beach. Each player can select their own handicap. Every one of the 18 holes has familiar golf hazards - bunkers, slopes, and water hazards. You'll also have to contend with some of Mother Nature's hazards like changing wind conditions and Pebble Beach's most difficult obstacle - the ocean. Once you tee off you'll have all kinds of decisions to make. Check your score card to see how you're doing. The card tells you the distance in yards and par for each hole. The computer gives you a bird's-eye view and...

Bass Rise

Bass Rise

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1999

BASS RISE brings the action of fishing to the PlayStation. Pick the rods and lures that fit your fishing style and get ready to reel. While out on the lake, make new friends who will offer advice or a challenge; completing challenges opens new areas to fish. Every area requires finesse, not brawn, to bring in the catch. Never miss a second of the fight with a unique underwater perspective that shows how hard the fish are working. Everything for a great day out on the lake is in BASS RISE, and the best part is, you won't have to clean the fish after you catch them.

Battle Assault 3 featuring Gundam Seed

Battle Assault 3 featuring Gundam Seed

Sony Playstation 2 - December 7, 2004

Battle Assault 3 featuring Gundam Seed is the fifth game in the series. It was released on the PlayStation 2, four months after the GBA installment. It was the first to feature full 3D graphics and it also focused on units from the Gundam Seed anime, including grunt mobile suits like GINNs. However, the Wing Gundam Zero Custom, Tallgeese III, Burning (God) Gundam and Master Gundam appear as unlockable secret characters. It was only released in the US. It was built off of the original Gundam Seed game for the PlayStation 2, but modified from an action game into a 3D fighting game.

Battle Spirit: Digimon Frontier

Battle Spirit: Digimon Frontier

WonderSwan Color - Released - December 7, 2002

The sequel to Digimon Battle Spirit combines all the intense fighting from the original game with brand-new features. In Battle Spirit: Digimon Frontier, you must restore peace in Digital World by defeating Kerpymon. As in the previous game, you can collect spirit balls that let you "digivolve" into beast form. This time, you can use ancient spirits to digivolve into ancient. You can also unlock an exclusive minigame in single-player mode or link up with a friend for two-player head-to-head battles.

Battle Spirit: Digimon Tamers Ver 1.5

Battle Spirit: Digimon Tamers Ver 1.5

WonderSwan Color - Released - April 27, 2002

An upgrade to Digimon: Battle Spirit, including new characters and a new hidden boss in XeedMillenniummon.

Battle Stadium D.O.N

Battle Stadium D.O.N

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 20, 2006

Battle Stadium D.O.N is a Japanese crossover fighting game for the GameCube and PlayStation 2. The "D.O.N." in the game's title is derived from Dragon Ball, One Piece, and Naruto, the three manga series published by Weekly Shonen Jump upon which the game is based. Similar to the Super Smash Bros. series, up to four players battle on one of 11 dynamic stages in battles based around free-roaming two-dimensional character movement. Unlike other fighting games, D.O.N uses a "tug-of-war" fighting system. Attacking opponents will knock glowing orbs out of them for players to collect, with a bar...

Bazooka Blitzkrieg

Bazooka Blitzkrieg

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 31, 1992

SYLON INC.'S MAINFRAME WAS ON THE BLINK. There could be no other explanation. Initial speculation suggested a rogue computer virus planted by industrial terrorists. But whatever the cause, the results were devastating. The city has been overrun by thousands of Sylon's top-secret XT7 Cyborg-Commando Fighting Machines. These computer operated soldier robots were the latest advance in battlefield technology. Virtually indestructible, they were designed so our country's brave young men and women would never have to die in battle again. But, men and women were dying. Innocent civilians and children...

B-Fighter Kabuto

B-Fighter Kabuto

Sega Pico - Released - 1996

B-Fighter Kabuto is an Educational game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in 1996.

Bifamu

Bifamu

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

Nintendo Game Boy - December 18, 1992

Sailor Moon was a video game released for the Nintendo Game Boy by Angel Studios in 1992. It was one of the first Sailor Moon-related video games to be released. In this game, the player controlled Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon. The storyline was based on the first, third, and fourth episodes of the first season of the anime. Although they originally had not yet appeared in those episodes, in the game Usagi could meet and talk to Ami and Rei, who were NPCs (non-player characters). The three levels were divided into two parts. First, Usagi could walk through the city, school or a health spa,...

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 29, 1993

After their epic battle, the Sailor Guardians are called back to action when some new and powerful enemies appear! Ail and An are alien siblings bound to the mysterious energy-devouring Makai Tree. And the Black Moon Clan, led by Prince Demande, has the power to destroy all of future Crystal Tokyo! Things get complicated when a mysterious pink-haired girl falls from the sky, demands the Legendary Silver Crystal, and claims Mamoru for her own! Could there also be a new Sailor Guardian?

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S

Sega Game Gear - Released - January 27, 1995

The game is based on the animé series of the same name. The heroine of the series is Tsukino Usagi, a schoolgirl who possesses unique powers as Sailor Moon, one of the fighters for the futuristic Moon Kingdom. Her mission is to protect the princess of the Moon Kingdom. She and her friends fight against the forces of darkness, led by the Queen Beryl and the Prince Diamond. This game is an action platformer in which you can play either as Usagi or as Chibiusa, the future princess of the Moon Kingdom. You can jump, kneel, crawl, and punch and kick the enemies who will bother you on your way.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - March 17, 1995

Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S is a 2D fighting game for the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer, featuring nine Sailor senshi (Sailor Saturn is not present) and based on Sailor Moon S season. Each Senshi has a set of special attacks. Virtual camera is zooming during battle, approaching the fighters and retreating from them. Opening intro combines sprite and 3D animation.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S

Sega Pico - Released - 1995

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S is an Educational game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in 1995.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Jougai Rantou!? Shuyaku Soudatsusen

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Jougai Rantou!? Shuyaku Soudatsusen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 16, 1994

The Sailor Senshi are fighting to choose a new leader. After defeating an enemy, Sailor Moon was teased by Sailor Chibi Moon and Sailor Mars, who called her undependable. The rest of the Sailor Senshi then decided to have a contest to choose a new leader.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kondo wa Puzzle de Oshioki yo!

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kondo wa Puzzle de Oshioki yo!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 15, 1994

The Sailors try to find Princess Serenity, who was lost a long time ago fighting the forces of evil in the Moon Kingdom. The Negaverse are trying to go back in time to rule the Moon Kingdom as well, so time is not on your side.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kurukkurin

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kurukkurin

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - February 24, 1995

The Sailor Soldiers must collect the talisman before the Dark Kingdom gets them! Take on your friend in this exciting puzzle game based on the famous animation!

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars: Fuwa Fuwa Panic 2

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars: Fuwa Fuwa Panic 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 27, 1996

The second instalment on the Sailor Moon Balloon-popping puzzle series. Like the previous one, you must shoot groups of balloons to clear them from your screen, because the first player who has a balloon go beyond the playing field’s surface looses. Sound simple? Well, it is, but it’s a tough game to master…

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars: Tokimeki Party

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars: Tokimeki Party

Sega Pico - Released - 1996

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars: Tokimeki Party is an Educational game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in 1996.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S: Fuwa Fuwa Panic

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S: Fuwa Fuwa Panic

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 8, 1995

The Sailor Soldiers compete in a battle of balloons to challenge one another's skill and determination.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS

Sega Pico - Released - 1995

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS is an Educational game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in 1995.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Another Story

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Another Story

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 22, 1995

In the future Crystal Tokyo, a small band of discontent citizens have come together to form an rebel team of Senshi called the Oppositio Senshi, who feel that the Sailor Senshi and the Silver Crystal are the source of all of Earth's past battles. Together with a mysterious woman named Apsu, they desire to twist time and change the destiny of the Earth. In the present day, the Sailor Senshi are enjoying peace now that the Death Busters have been defeated. However, strange things begin happening in the city. Previously defeated Daimons, Droids and Youma appear throughout the city. A visit by...

B-Robo Kabutack

B-Robo Kabutack

Sega Pico - Released - 1997

B-Robo Kabutack is an Educational game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in 1997.

Buffers Evolution

Buffers Evolution

WonderSwan - Released - December 9, 1999

In a post-apocalyptic future a gambling syndicate seeks to make a quick buck in the gritty remains of earth. By fusing the best of animal and mechanical traits they create three bestial androids from a bird, a lion, and a rhinoceros. Bets are taken and then the robots are loosed into hostile mazes of scrap metal on old earth. Maybe they'll even make it back alive... The goal of BUFFERS EVOLUTION is to run through a course while collecting ten parts in the best time possible. The courses are large and vary between jungle scenes, deserts, old factories, and general mechanical wastes. These...

Captain Tsubasa J: Get In The Tomorrow

Captain Tsubasa J: Get In The Tomorrow

Sony Playstation - Released - May 3, 1995

Captain Tsubasa J: Get In The Tomorrow (キャプテン翼J ゲットインザトゥモロウ) is a Japan-exclusive action/cinematic soccer video game released in 1995 by Bandai for the PlayStation. The game is one of few to have two modes: a friendly match mode and a story mode in which you follow the plot of the actual anime. The story line first starts off in the junior World Cup grand final between Japan and Germany. During this first match, you are likely to learn that it is difficult to score against the German keeper, Deuter Müller. However, each time you finish a match no matter if it was a defeat or draw, your...

Captain Tsubasa J: The Way to World Youth

Captain Tsubasa J: The Way to World Youth

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 17, 1995

A 1995 Japan-exclusive Captain Tsubasa video game developed and published by Bandai and was the final Captain Tsubasa game for the Super Famicom. This game suffered lots of changes from previous games made by Tecmo, this time you will be playing in a real soccer field and in real time, which means that you need to press certain keys even without having the chance of stopping the time (like in previous games), When a certain player is confronted with a one that he considers his rival (like Misugi and Schneider or Tsubasa and *any other player*, for example) they will have a fight, which is...

Captain Tsubasa J: Zenkoku Seiha e no Chousen

Captain Tsubasa J: Zenkoku Seiha e no Chousen

Nintendo Game Boy - September 14, 1995

Soccer game based on the popular anime.

Cardcaptor Sakura: Sakura to Fushigi na Clow Card

Cardcaptor Sakura: Sakura to Fushigi na Clow Card

WonderSwan - Released - December 2, 1999

Card Captor Sakura is a game that reproduces the TV series Crow Card Edition and uses a multi-ending method in which the scenario changes depending on the event. Due to changes in the “friendship with friends” meter, the characters you encounter and the events that occur are changing (over 120 types of events in total), and the scenarios diverge one after another.

Chaos Gear: Michibi Kareshi Mono

Chaos Gear: Michibi Kareshi Mono

WonderSwan - Released - June 10, 1999

Chaos Gear is a strategy game that faithfully reproduces the world of real life trading card game of the same name. In this Wonderswan version of Chaos Gear, an original character unique to Wonderswan appears, and special cards (5 types) of that character are included.

Cho Aniki: Otoko no Tamafuda

Cho Aniki: Otoko no Tamafuda

WonderSwan - Released - February 10, 2000

Cho Aniki: Otoko no Tamafuda (超兄貴 男の魂札 Chō Aniki: Otoko no Tamafuda?, lit. "Super Big Brother: Spirit Man Tag") is a video game in the Cho Aniki series. This twist on the Cho Aniki universe pits the heroes of the previous games on a role-playing video game quest in which battles are fought with playing cards. According to an article on the game at the Hardcore Gaming 101 website, the title of the game is a pun. The title translates to "Man's Tamafuda," with tamafuda being a portmanteau of tamashii — Japanese for "soul" — and hanafuda — a Japanese card game. It is also likely that the pun...

Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon

Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon

Sony Playstation - Released - December 23, 1997

Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon is a video game made for the Sony PlayStation and Bandai WonderSwan. The game is vaguely linked to the Final Fantasy series by the series' trademark mascot, the chocobo. The title character in Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon is a yellow chocobo named Poulet (???, Pure?) (a pun on the Japanese "pureiya" meaning "player" and the French word "poulet" meaning "chicken"), but the player can rename him. Poulet is accompanied by his moogle traveling companion, Atla. Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon borrows many of its game play elements from the Mystery Dungeon sub-genre...

Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon for WonderSwan

Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon for WonderSwan

WonderSwan - Released - March 4, 1999

This is the first game in the Chocobo's Dungeon series. You take on the character of Chocobo and adventure through a randomly created dungeon. The story evolves from the opening movie when a fellow chocobo is "turned" evil by a crystal he finds in a garden. When the evil chocobo kicks you into a dungeon, the adventure begins. Travel through an ever changing dungeon, collecting items and weapons to become more powerful, so you can defeat the increasingly difficult enemies.

Choujikuu Yousai: Macross

Choujikuu Yousai: Macross

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 10, 1985

The game is based on the popular anime TV series of the same name. The player controls a transformable VF-1 Valkyrie variable fighter in an unending battle against an invading race of giant humanoid aliens known as the Zentradi.

Chou-Kousoku Gran Doll

Chou-Kousoku Gran Doll

Sony Playstation - Released - July 24, 1997

Hyper Speed GranDoll is a Central Park Media OVA anime about a high school girl who discovers that she is really part of a royal lineage of aliens from a distant planet. On 14 October 2006 Central Park Media announced that it was to be discontinued. Anime story: Hikaru has always believed herself to be just a normal high school girl...well, as normal as a teenager with a genius mad scientist for a father. She spends her time with her best friend, day dreaming about the boy she loves and watching her favoite super hero show. One day, the past that she has knows nothing about comes back to...

Chubby Cherub

Chubby Cherub

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 16, 1985

A game where you'll chomp and chase all day! Chubby Cherub is a chivalrous little angle whose life is far from trouble free. He gets bitten by dogs and pecked at by birds. Firecrackers are thrown at him and smoke puffs cover him from head to toe. And all because he wants to help people-and get some food to eat! Your skills can get Chubby Cherub out of trouble. In this fun-filled, fast-paced Game Pak, you and Chubby Cherub can go on endless adventures. And with you at the controls, Chubby Cherub can rescue his friend, perform his deeds, and make the day a cheerful one!

Clash of the Titans

Clash of the Titans

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - July 27, 2010

Clash of the Titans (also known as Clash of the Titans: The Video Game) is a 2010 video game for the BlackBerry, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 based on the film of the same name.

Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion: Lost Colors

Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion: Lost Colors

Sony PSP - March 26, 2008

Countdown Vampires

Countdown Vampires

Sony Playstation - Released - August 21, 2000

Because Capcom's Resident Evil single-handedly created the modern survival horror genre, the critically acclaimed adventure spawned countless sequels and clones. Conceived by Bandai Digital Entertainment, Countdown Vampires is one of those clones -- you will maneuver 3D characters throughout 2D backgrounds in a series of fixed camera angles while fending off unspeakable horrors. As a police officer, Keith J. Snyder has been assigned a security position at the grand opening of Desert Moon -- a hotel casino with a horror theme located in Casino City. While overseeing security and making sure...

Cowboy Bebop

Cowboy Bebop

Sony Playstation - Released - May 14, 1998

The game is a scrolling shooter which bears striking similarities to Star Fox for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Super Famicom). The player controls Spike Spiegel's Swordfish II from a third person perspective. Each level involves chasing another ship (the bounty head) along a set track through different environments, while enemies attack. Each stage ends with a boss battle. Between stages, bonus points earned can be spent to purchase upgrades for the ship. These upgrades include faster speed, more powerful ammo, and better defensive shields.

Cowboy Bebop: Tsuioku no Serenade

Cowboy Bebop: Tsuioku no Serenade

Sony Playstation 2 - August 25, 2005

It is the year 2071, and humanity is living in an interplanetary society. A new breed of "cowboy" bounty hunters pursue outlaws across the lawless solar system in the hope of receiving high rewards for the hackers, drug-dealers, and terrorists they capture. As one of three bounty hunters--Spike, Jet, or Faye--you must unravel the mysteries of the Cowboy Bebop story. Use Spike's Jeet Kune Do skills or Jet's bulldog-style fighting techniques to defeat more than 50 different outlaws and then reap the rewards.

Crayon Shin Chan: Nagagutsu Dobon

Crayon Shin Chan: Nagagutsu Dobon

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 27, 1996

Crayon Shin-Chan: Osagusu Dobon is a Puzzle game, developed by AIM and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1996.

Crayon Shin-Chan 2: Dai Maou no Gyakushu

Crayon Shin-Chan 2: Dai Maou no Gyakushu

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 10, 1994

Crayon Shin-Chan 2: Dai Maou no Gyakushu is an Action game, developed by Sun L and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1994.

Crayon Shin-chan 3: Ora no Gokigen Athletic

Crayon Shin-chan 3: Ora no Gokigen Athletic

Nintendo Game Boy - March 26, 1994

Crayon Shin-Chan: Arashi o Yobu Enji

Crayon Shin-Chan: Arashi o Yobu Enji

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 30, 1993

Crayon Shin-Chan: Arashi o Yobu Enji is an Action game, developed by Sun L and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1993.

Crayon Shin-chan: Arashi o Yobu Enji

Crayon Shin-chan: Arashi o Yobu Enji

Sega Genesis - March 11, 1994

Crayon Shin-chan: Arashi o Yobu Enji (クレヨンしんちゃん 嵐を呼ぶ園児) is a 1993 action game for the Super Famicom by Bandai tying into the Crayon Shin-chan franchise. Ma-Ba ported it to the Sega Mega Drive in 1994. No version was released outside Japan.

Crayon Shin-Chan: Ora to Poi Poi

Crayon Shin-Chan: Ora to Poi Poi

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 27, 1993

The game is a simple card game with a Tetris element. The layout is similar to a Tennis court with both players on either sides defending their goal, while stacks of cards are positioned in the center. Players must move Shin up and down sliding cards, in two's, to the center pile matching up symbols and push each stack back to the opponent's side in an attempt to over take their goal.

Crayon Shin-chan: Ora to Shiro wa Otomodachi da yo

Crayon Shin-chan: Ora to Shiro wa Otomodachi da yo

Nintendo Game Boy - April 9, 1993

Crayon Shin-chan: Taiketsu! Kantam Panic!!

Crayon Shin-chan: Taiketsu! Kantam Panic!!

Sega Game Gear - Released - February 24, 1995

At the Action Department Store, a tournament is taking place - the Quantum Battle. The grand prize in the tournament is some tickets to a wonderful spa! Mommy would do anything to go on this amazing trip, so she tells Shin-chan: "If you win the grand prize in this tournament, I'll get you anything you want, Shin-chan!" "Whooaah! I wanna get one of those Playboy Mummies to lift me up, real high!" Convinced that he'll get this, and unsuspecting Shin-chan aims for victory in the tournament.

Cult Jump

Cult Jump

Nintendo Game Boy - September 10, 1993

Cultmaster: Ultraman ni Miserarete

Cultmaster: Ultraman ni Miserarete

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 12, 1993

Players test their knowledge of the Ultraman tokusatsu series in this quiz game

Cyber Egg: Battle Champion

Cyber Egg: Battle Champion

Sony Playstation - Released - December 18, 1997

Exhilarating 3D action wage a battle royal with his other competitors while operating a robot "egg" in size. Set in a field that float in the air, I waged a losing race incandescent fell. Energy gauge is equipped with egg, with the introduction of a system that increases the probability of being blown away smaller, you can enjoy a gripping battle. Cyber Egg - Battle Champion is a chunky yet funky 3D battle action title with all of Bandai's anime experience shining through in the vibrant cast. Players wrestle for domination of the 3D arenas in their crustacean inspired mecha suits. Varied...

Dark Eyes: BattleGate

Dark Eyes: BattleGate

WonderSwan Color - Released - March 15, 2001

Blessed with a rich natural environment, Ogre has developed technologies that utilize the power of nature, such as plant cultivation and monster breeding. Infans have developed technologies such as item processing and resource mining to overcome the harsh natural environment. But finally, the time has come for these two races to meet! And the contact of the two different civilizations has developed into a great war that bisects the whole planet... First, the player chooses whether to play in the Orgul or Infan tribe and starts the game. The game is divided into three parts, the first part...

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin

Windows - April 7, 2015

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin will include the three previously released DLC packs - Crown of the Sunken King, Crown of the Old Iron King, and Crown of the ivory King - along with additional features. Features Additional NPCs added for an enhanced story experience. Parameter adjustments for improved game balance. Augmented item descriptions. Improved online matchmaking functionality. DirectX 11 versions of the game will include the following features (in addition to those listed above): Additional upgrades to graphics, sound, performance. Increase in maximum online...

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy

Nintendo Game Boy - December 31, 1990

Ace detective Dick Tracy stared at the glaring headline on the front page of the evening news with mixed emotions. Big Boy Caprice had escaped from prison and within hours a crime wave had hit Chicago the likes of which he'd never seen. It seemed that all the filth of the city had crawled out from beneath some slimy rock...the Brow, Pruneface, Flattop, and the rest of their ruthless cohorts were on the rampage again. But worst of all, that dirty dealing Big Boy had kidnapped Tess Trueheart!! Suddenly Tracy's two-way wrist radio broke the silence. "Calling Dick Tracy! Calling Dick Tracy!" He...

Dig Dug II: Trouble in Paradise

Dig Dug II: Trouble in Paradise

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 18, 1986

DIG DUG has decided to chill out from the pressures of the real world by taking a long overdue vacation on a beautiful Caribbean island. "At last," he thinks to himself, "sun, sand, surf, and no more hassles from those miserable pests Pooka and Fygar!" Lying in a hammock between the graceful palm trees, he drifts off into a blissful dream of beautiful bikini clad native girls catering to his every wish. But just when he thinks he's got it made in the shade, along come his troublesome enemies to turn his peaceful paradise into a tropical nightmare. Help DIG DUG rid the island of these...

Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers

Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers

WonderSwan Color - Released - December 8, 2000

This is a sequel to Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers, set in the world of digital monsters based on the popular manga series. After having defeated the evil Millenniumon, our hero Ryou thought that would be his last travel to the Digiworld. However, the four sacred Digimons summon him once again, to participate in the D1 monster fighting tournament. But that is not all: it appears that Millenniumon is still alive, and is looking for revenge! Now Ryou has to win the tournament and defeat his archenemy once again. The gameplay is nearly identical to that of the previous game. You travel...

Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers

Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers

WonderSwan - Released - August 3, 2000

The game is based on the manga series Digimon, in which children can travel to a digital world and help good digital monsters to defeat evil ones. In this game, the two heroes, Ryou and Ken, are summoned to the Digiworld to fight against the archenemy Millenniumon and his side-kick Diablomon. Upon defeating the two evil monsters once again, the heroes realize that Millenniumon has taken a different shape and is reborn to conquer the Digiworld anew. Now you must recruit digital monsters and lead them into the ultimate battle. The gameplay follows traditional Digimon outlines: you descend...

Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer

Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer

WonderSwan - Released - December 16, 1999

The game is based on the popular manga series Digimon, which follows the adventures of children who can gain access into the digital world and fight digital monsters there. In this game, the evil Milenniamon has kidnapped several children and is planning to take control over the Digiworld. One of the good monsters, Agumon, escaped, and transported the hero Ryou to the Digiworld. Now Ryou has to fight monsters, capture them, and assemble an army to overthrow Milenniamon and to rescue his friends. The gameplay involves mainly hunting monsters in dungeons and then sending them to fight other...

Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer

Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer

WonderSwan - Released - January 20, 2000

This is the second game in Digimon Adventure series, a kind of an add-on to Anode Tamer. The game is based on the popular manga Digimon. The hero, a boy named Ryou, has to travel to digital world in order to free his friends from the clutches of the evil digital monster Milenniamon. The story of this game is identical to that of "Anode Tamer", and gameplay mechanics are exactly the same: you descend into dungeons to fight monsters in turn-based style, capture the monsters after the battles and then send them to fight new ones. The difference between the two games are the monsters...

Digimon Battle Spirit

Digimon Battle Spirit

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 13, 2003

Battle your way through seven spectacular stages in this Digimon race against the clock! Fun for the entire family, Digimon BattleSpirit provides classic fighting fun for 1 or 2 players, as you compete as one of your favorite Digimon characters in an exciting, exhilarating, digivolving battle!

Digimon Battle Spirit 2

Digimon Battle Spirit 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 23, 2003

Digimon BattleSpirit 2 includes all of the classic fighting fun of the original Digimon BattleSpirit with tons of new exciting features! Kerpymon has created chaos in the once blissful Digital World? Can you overcome the power of Kerpymon and restore peace?

Digimon Racing

Digimon Racing

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 13, 2004

If you thought Digimon didn't drive cars, you're wrong. In Digimon Racing, the Digimon crew just got their first set of wheels, and they're ready to tear up more than 15 tracks. As your favorite Digimon character from the animated TV series, you'll drive a kart through lava fields, jungles, and cities in a variety of game modes, including Single Race, Cup Race, Boss Challenges, and Time Trial. Link Game Boy Advance systems with a Game Link Cable for head-to-head action for up to four players.

Digimon Rumble Arena

Digimon Rumble Arena

Sony Playstation - Released - February 24, 2002

Digimon Rumble Arena (Digimon Tamers Battle Evolution in Japan) is a crossover fighting video game developed and published by Bandai in association with Hudson Soft for the PlayStation video game console. It was released in Japan on December 6, 2001 and in North America on February 24, 2002. Players are able to choose from up to 24 characters (fifteen of which need to be unlocked) from Digimon Adventure, Digimon Adventure 02, and Digimon Tamers.

Digimon Rumble Arena 2

Digimon Rumble Arena 2

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 6, 2004

Pick your favorite Digimon and battle your way to the top in this arena-style fighter based on characters from the Digimon TV show. You can play through various interactive (and dangerous) arenas for the championship, or you can rumble with your friends in 2-4 player multiplayer mode. Collect pickups and learn special moves to gain the advantage over your friends, and for the ultimate upgrade, you can evolve (Digivolve) into bigger and better versions of yourself.

Digimon Rumble Arena 2

Digimon Rumble Arena 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 3, 2004

Pick your favorite Digimon and battle your way to the top in this arena-style fighter based on characters from the Digimon TV show. You can play through various interactive (and dangerous) arenas for the championship, or you can rumble with your friends in 2-4 player multiplayer mode. Collect pickups and learn special moves to gain the advantage over your friends, and for the ultimate upgrade, you can evolve (Digi-volve) into bigger and better versions of yourself.

Digimon Rumble Arena 2

Digimon Rumble Arena 2

Microsoft Xbox - Released - September 3, 2004

Pick your favorite Digimon and battle your way to the top in this arena-style fighter based on characters from the Digimon TV show. You can play through various interactive (and dangerous) arenas for the championship, or you can rumble with your friends in 2-4 player multiplayer mode. Collect pickups and learn special moves to gain the advantage over your friends, and for the ultimate upgrade, you can evolve (Digivolve) into bigger and better versions of yourself.

Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit

Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit

WonderSwan Color - Released - October 5, 2001

In 2001, an unknown digimon (digital monster) appeared. He was immensely powerful and could delete any other digimon by touching him. Very soon he gained control over the entire Digiworld. But some digimons organized a resistance group consisting of seven most venerable members. Now those digital monsters must test their powers in order to finally be able to defeat the unknown evil digimon. This is a platform fighting game based on the Digimon manga/anime series. You can fight against computer AI or in two-player mode. There are seven digimons to choose as playable characters; all are...

Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer

Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer

WonderSwan Color - Released - December 28, 2001

Based on the popular Digimon manga, this is a sequel to Digimon Adventure 02: D1 Tamers. The game picks up directly where the previous one ended. After yet another ultimate battle against the evil Millenniumon, during which he revealed to the hero Ryou a terrifying secret, there was a great explosion. Ryou comes to his senses in an unknown place. The only digital monster there explains to him that the explosion send Millenniumon to the future, while Ryou ended up in the past. And now Millenniumon is trying to take control over the main computer in the Digiworld, and it is Ryou's task to stop...

Digimon Tamers: Digimon Medley

Digimon Tamers: Digimon Medley

WonderSwan Color - Released - July 12, 2001

Digimon Medley is based on the popular manga and and anime series Digimon, in which ordinary Japanese children find a way into a digital world, where they help good digital monsters fight against evil ones. The game is not directly plot-related to Digimon Adventure or Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer games. Instead, it follows more closely the actual episodes of the series. You play as various characters, such as the main hero Taichi and his friend Yamato from the first episodes, as well as heroes from the Digimon Tamers sub-series: Takato, Ruki, and Lee. The game is divided into short episodes,...

Digimon World

Digimon World

Sony Playstation - Released - May 23, 2000

The PlayStation's answer to the Pokémon series phenomenon from Nintendo, Digimon World lets you raise customized Digimon monsters, training them for battle against other Digimon found in Digimon World. Most Digimon originally called File Island home, but for some unknown reason over time they lost the ability to speak and now live a nomadic lifestyle. It is your goal to roam the dangerous countryside with your trained Digimon battling other lost Digimon. A victorious battle permits them to return home to the abandoned File Island. The main one-player mode on Digimon World is where the...

Digimon World 2

Digimon World 2

Sony Playstation - Released - May 19, 2001

Digimon World 2 is a dungeon crawler video game developed by BEC and published by Bandai for the PlayStation as part of their Digimon series. It is the sequel to the original Digimon World, and was released in Japan in July 2000 and North America the following year in May 2001. Akira lives in Digital City, a town located in fictional "Directory Continent", a land where digimon used to live peacefully. However, wild Digimon began attacking Akira's hometown, and Akira joins a guard team that is charged with protection peace and security of the region. At the start of the game, Akira...

Digimon World 3

Digimon World 3

Sony Playstation - Released - June 5, 2002

Digimon World 3 is a role-playing video game created by Bandai for the PlayStation. You play as a child called Junior who enters an online virtual reality MMORPG called "Digimon Online", which is run by the "MAGAMI" corporation. A terrorist attack on the Internet traps Junior and his friends inside the game and he sets out to stop them with his Digimon partners. Unlike past Digimon World games, battles against wild Digimon are random and the battle system although turn-based is very different from Digimon World 2, the most notable distinction is battles are one on one instead of three on...

Digimon World 4

Digimon World 4

Nintendo GameCube - Released - June 1, 2005

Digimon World 4, known as Digimon World X in Japan, is the second Digimon video game on GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox game consoles, simultaneously. Instead of being a standard role-playing game like the previous Digimon games, Digimon World 4 has hack and slash gameplay and supports up to four players. The game is loosely based on the Digital Monster X-Evolution film (in fact, the game's opening uses footage from the film itself). The Nintendo GameCube version was not released in the PAL Region.

Digimon World 4

Digimon World 4

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 2, 2005

The game's protagonists are members of the "D.S.G. (Digital Security Guard)". Based on Digital Monster X-Evolution, it is immediately revealed that a computer virus known as the "X-virus" is spreading quickly and is infecting many Digimon. "The Yamato Server" has disappeared, and a new server known as "The Doom Server" has taken its place. They are sent to the first area of the game named Death Valley to search for Chief Leomon. When it is completed the player finds out that The Doom Server may in fact be The Yamato Server. The player is then sent to destroy the "Doom Dome". This is where the...

Digimon World Digital Card Battle

Digimon World Digital Card Battle

Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1999

Similar to Digimon World, the plot is centered around the player, who is called to File Island and given a Digivice by Babamon. The island is in trouble because a dangerous card known as the Bug Card was excavated from the Ancient Dino Region, which is able to cause bugs within the Digital World, from minor bugs to major errors. Soon after the excavation, Ancient Dino Region's Card Leader Brachimon contacted Babamon in order to keep the card safe, but before Babamon was able to reach Brachimon, someone had stolen the Bug Card. As the Bug Card continues to go missing, its effects start to show...

Digimon: Anode Tamer & Cathode Tamer: Veedramon Version

Digimon: Anode Tamer & Cathode Tamer: Veedramon Version

WonderSwan Color - Released - September 18, 2001

This release contains the first Digimon Adventure, both Anode Tamer and Cathode Tamer versions. The game is based on the manga and anime series Digimon. You play as an ordinary Japanese boy named Ryou who gets sucked into the mysterious digital world and has to help the digital monster Agumon and his friends to recruit digital monsters and send them into battles against evil ones.

Digital Monster Card Game: Ver. WonderSwan Color

Digital Monster Card Game: Ver. WonderSwan Color

WonderSwan Color - Released - March 16, 2002

This game is a reproduction of the popular “Digital Monster Card Game” with WonderSwan. Except for some effects, the same rules as the actual card game are adopted, so that beginners can play as an introductory card game and experienced people can play as a practice game. The rules of the game are almost the same, but of course the seasoning unique to the Wonderswan Color version is also made. About 70 types of effects are prepared during battles, and the powerful production will boost the battle. In addition, characters may appear during the battle and gently teach the rules.

Digital Monster Ver. S: Digimon Tamers

Digital Monster Ver. S: Digimon Tamers

Sega Saturn - September 23, 1998

Hackers invade the Digital World and you and your Digimon have to stop them. You must gather 5 coins from all over File Island. However, if you lose to a hacker you lose a coin.

Digital Monster Ver. WonderSwan

Digital Monster Ver. WonderSwan

WonderSwan - Released - March 25, 1999

Digital Monster Ver. WonderSwan is a Japanese handheld version of the original Tamagotchi-like Digimon pet for the WonderSwan. It includes all of the original Digimon from the five different pet devices. In this game the player can have up to five different Digimon with them at a time. It even has computer controlled opponents to battle with. The game has the ability to connect to another WonderSwan through a special link cable. It can also hook up to the original pets through a Digimon "dock N rock" connector that comes packaged with the game. Digital Monster Ver. S: Digimon Tamers did much...

Digital Monsters: D Project

Digital Monsters: D Project

WonderSwan Color - Released - August 3, 2002

Suddenly, part of the digital world has been lost! In order to restore the lost digital world, the protagonist is called by Ofanimon and heads for the digital world. However, there were successive villain Digimon awaiting the hero. Can you defeat the boss Digimon who are standing one after another and restore the digital world...?

Digital Partner

Digital Partner

WonderSwan - Released - May 25, 2000

This game includes 60 different Digimons, 49 from the TV anime Digimon Adventure and 11 from Digimon Adventure 02.

Dirty Pair: Project Eden

Dirty Pair: Project Eden

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - March 28, 1987

Kei and Yuri, two cute space investigators, are the heroines of this side-scrolling action game by Bandai and based on the popular animation series Dirty Pair. This was released along with the movie Project Eden though it doesn't follow the plot of the actual movie all that well. Also the game is known for it's incredible difficulty. A distant planet is suffering civil war and the two girls are sent to investigate the situation. The players starts by taking control of the red-haired Kei. She can jump and fire using her laser-gun and the goal of the fist part of the game is to reach the...

DMG: Gariba Boui

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1995

Dokodemo Hamster 3: Odekake Saffron

Dokodemo Hamster 3: Odekake Saffron

WonderSwan Color - Released - December 14, 2000

This is the third in Bandai's "hamster simulation" series. In this game, you are the "master" of a hamster. The game flows in real time, but you can interfere and perform various actions. The hamster has its own room in a house, with a table and a wheel. There are many things you can do with the hamster. You can take in to a stroll in the forest, go shopping with it, make it play with a ball, and so on. You can also perform actions unrelated to the hamster, like re-decorating the house or writing and painting on a piece of paper.

Doraemon

Doraemon

Emerson Arcadia 2001 - January 1, 1983

Doraemon is a Pac-Man style game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in 1983 in Japan. It was the first Doraemon video game ever produced.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 8, 1988

The classic tale of horror comes to vivid life in this fast-moving video game! Dr. Jekyll succeeds in separating a man's personality into GOOD and EVIL - but he experiments on himself! Now, without warning, the kind Dr. Jekyll transforms into the monstrous Mr. Hyde. Follow Dr. Jekyll as he fights off enemies in hazardous 19th century London, only to be suddenly plunged into Mr. Hyde's World of Demons! Here Mr. Hyde must battle attacking monsters and ghouls with his secret weapon - the deadly PSYCHO-WAVE! But the excitement doesn't end there - as you do battle in each of the two worlds of this...

Dr. Slump

Dr. Slump

Sony Playstation - Released - March 18, 1999

This game is based on the 1997's TV series of the same name and was released only in Japan. You control Arale and you explore her hometown Penguin Village (which was designed very nicely in this game). You can walk around and talk to all the people. They will give you clues on where to go and what to do. You go around finding items. There are some mini-games here and there as well. There are also the main dungeons in this game which should be completed. With Arale you can jump, kick, punch and do other moves. She has an energy bar and a limited number of lives.

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