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Armored Core 2: Another Age

Armored Core 2: Another Age

Sony Playstation 2 - April 12, 2001

This stand along expansion to Armored Core 2 includes 100 new missions based five years after the events in AC2. Once again your task is to complete a range of tasks (from destroying enemy mechs to seeking out bases and carriers), and each mission comes with a reward. The money raised goes to upgrading your mech for the bigger battles down the line. 2 player split screen is supported for dog fighting action.

Armored Core 3 Portable

Armored Core 3 Portable

Sony PSP - Released - October 22, 2009

Armored Core 3 once again puts you in the shoes of a Raven mercenary, with the task of piloting your own battle machine to use in a range of tasks (from destroying other mechs to seek and destroy missions). After each mission, you are paid in full. The money raised can then go on towards the purchase of items for your mech. Weapon upgrades, better shields, even the opportunity to purchase what's called an Exceed Orbit, smaller robot gun emplacements that hover around your mech, giving you an added boost of fire power in the crunch. Four-player deathmatch modes are also included, where...

Armored Core: Last Raven Portable

Armored Core: Last Raven Portable

Sony PSP - Released - May 4, 2010

In the wake of the now defunct Navis's failed attempt to control recovered ancient weapons technology, the world has been left in tatters. Looking to consolidate power, the Corporations (Crest, Mirage, and Kisaragi) have merged into one super-corporation known as "The Alliance". Fed up with corporate rule and oppression, and seeing a newfound threat in The Alliance, a Raven known as Jack-O (an important but minor character from Armored Core: Nexus) forms an organization of Ravens known as "Vertex" from the ashes of the fallen Raven's Ark. After rallying a sizable force of fellow Ravens to his...

Armored Core: Silent Line Portable

Armored Core: Silent Line Portable

Sony PSP - Released - February 4, 2010

Silent Line: Armored Core is a 3d action game in which you take control of a mech from the Raven mercenary hired by the government to investigate a recently discovered megacity. This city is well defended to the point that everything that comes to close get destroyed. This defensive line is called the Silent Line. The game is a sequel to Armored Core 3 The game offers over 34 missions and lets you customize your mech with over 400 parts. Your mech can walk on the ground as well as fly in the air. Enemies can be destroyed by using your machine gun or missiles.

EverGrace

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 24, 2000

Evergrace is very basic, Japanese action RPG. As usual, player controls a young hero who eventually will save the world from the clutches of evil. The story takes two roads of two different heroes who run around fields killing monsters in real time action a bit like in Zelda games. The hook in this game, or not so much of a hook, but the thing that separates it from most of other RPG is that the characters don't level up. The power of character is measured by his equipment so when you get a better sword, you kinda level up that way. The weapons and equipment are also customizable so if you...

Frame Gride

Frame Gride

Sega Dreamcast - July 15, 1999

Frame Gride is a Japanese mecha fighting game made for the Sega Dreamcast by From Software. Similar to From's Armored Core series, the mecha in the game are heavily customizable.

King's Field (Japan)

King's Field (Japan)

Sony Playstation - Released - December 16, 1994

King's Field is the first game in the King's Field role-playing video game series. Like all its successors, the game is played through first person view in a dark and mysterious, medieval fantasy setting. The game was developed by the Japanese video game company From Software, and released December 16, 1994 in Japan, making it the first RPG released for the PlayStation. Since it was never published outside Japan, this game is commonly known as King's Field (Japan) in the U.S. The game has later received a fan translation in English. A complete remake was released in 2000 as part of the...

King's Field: Additional I

King's Field: Additional I

Sony PSP - Released - July 20, 2006

The country of Verdite has descended into decay. Its royal family began practicing dark magic, guided by evil forces lurking beneath the surface of the country. A remote descendant of the cursed bloodline, Zoela Reinhardt, married the captain of the king's guards, Houser Forester. This valiant man went off to fight horrifying creatures that appeared within the Royal Cemetery. He has not returned, and neither did anyone who accompanied him. His son, John Alfred, ventured into the depths of the cemetery, determined to find out what has happened and whether there was still a chance to rescue his...

King's Field: Additional II

King's Field: Additional II

Sony PSP - Released - August 24, 2006

A storm runs through the kingdom of Verdite, taking away the precious Moonlight Sword and spreading evil throughout the land. Players take on the role of Lyle, the king's son, in his quest to retrieve the Moonlight Sword and save the kingdom and his father. Unfortunately, the king fell victim to the ensuing corruption, and Lyle must acquire magical powers from the four greatest mages in the kingdom in order to complete his quest. King's Field II is a first-person action role-playing game. Despite the number in its Western release title, it is the third game in the series, originally...

King's Field: Pilot Style

King's Field: Pilot Style

Sony Playstation - August 22, 1996

The three King's Field PS1 games form a trilogy relating the saga of a mythical country named Verdite. King's Field 1 (released only in Japan) was the first RPG for the Playstation console and King's Field 2 (released as "King's Field" in the US and EU) was the first ever Playstation RPG in the US and Europe. King's Field: Pilot Style is a mini game whose story takes place in the period between King's Field 2 and King's Field 3. Pilot Style was given away as a promotional item at a game show in Japan and went relatively unnoticed. It only takes about an hour to complete, but it is an...

Kuon

Kuon

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 7, 2004

Kuon is a horror game set in Heian period (12th century) in Japan. You control three protagonists in the game. The story revolves around a man named Doman, an exorcist who was summoned by one of the noblemen to investigate a cursed manor. His daughter Utsuki is out to search for him when he doesn't return, and her sister is charmed by demons inhabiting a mysterious castle, turning into a demon herself. A young girl named Sakuya, Doman's disciple, also ventures into the depths of the demonic world, to prove herself worthy of her master. Once the player completes Utsuki's and Sakuya's scenarios,...

Metal Wolf Chaos

Metal Wolf Chaos

Microsoft Xbox - Released - December 22, 2004

The country is in peril as President Michael Wilson defends the nation against a full-scale rebellion led by Vice-President Richard Hawk and the mechanized legions he commands. As the 47th President of the United States, it is your sworn duty to take your country back by any means necessary and end this unjust coup d'etat! Battle in your advanced mech - armed to the teeth - across iconic American landscapes including the Brooklyn Bridge, the Grand Canyon, and the front steps of the White House.

Ninja Blade

Windows - October 31, 2009

While investigating reports of unlawful weapons trafficking, peacekeeping forces encountered an unclassified carnivorous species occupying a small village in Northern Africa. These rabid creatures were easily provoked and resistant to conventional attack. Eight specimens were encountered in the region now referred to as "Ground:ALPHA"... Only four were successfully contained for study. Victims of the attack were quarantined at a research facility nearby. These victims displayed signs of internal liquefaction and accelerated necrosis, similar to symptoms of other flesh-eating viruses native to...

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Sony Playstation 4 - Released - March 22, 2019

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action-adventure game played from a third-person view. Compared to FromSoftware's own Souls series, the game features fewer role-playing elements, lacking character creation and the ability to level up a variety of stats, as well as having no multiplayer elements. It does, however, include gear upgrading, a skill tree, and limited ability customization. Rather than attacking to whittle an enemy's health points, combat in Sekiro revolves around using a katana to attack their posture and balance instead, which eventually leads to an opening that allows for a...

Shadow Tower: Abyss

Shadow Tower: Abyss

Sony Playstation 2 - October 23, 2003

The Japan only sequel to From Software's "Shadow Tower".

Tenchu: Fatal Shadows

Tenchu: Fatal Shadows

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 22, 2004

Tenchu Kurenai is a game where you play one of two Kunoichis (female ninjas) trying to complete missions. The game's main idea is to use stealth and be cunning to complete your goal. The story is set in the japanese Middle Ages. Ayame is a ninja working for a feudal lord. Dispatched for a mission in a destroyed village she meets Rin, who believes Ayame destroyed her village.

Tenchu: Shadow Assassins

Tenchu: Shadow Assassins

Sony PSP - Released - February 12, 2009

From the creators of the original Tenchu, the best-selling and highest-rated in the Tenchu series, Tenchu: Shadow Assassins lets gamers master the deadly techniques of a real ninja on the PSP system. Tenchu: Shadow Assassins provides an authentic experience to fight, dash, jump and kill like a true ninja. Tenchu: Shadow Assassins continues the saga of Rikimaru and Ayame, elite ninjas who must use their lethal skills to keep the peace in feudal Japan. With much blood shed throughout their master's land, Rikimaru and Ayame must unmask the face of the enemy behind a treacherous kidnapping....

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