Sony Playstation 3 - November 19, 2013
The game is designed to be a “Pick up and Play” experience for all levels. Complete novices, experienced musicians and everyone in between can enjoy the game. In addition to the proprietary audio engine, BandFuse: Rock Legends also integrates an animated version of Guitar and Bass tablature, a universal form of musical notation, that is extended to add timing information and interactive feedback. The game also features a scored vocal highway design licensed by strategic partner Harmonix Music Systems, as well as a Karaoke Mode for more casual play. The game was released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms on November 19, 2013 in North America, and on November 26 in Latin America. It was released in Japan on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on December 19, 2013. A European launch date has yet to be announced. BandFuse includes a multiplayer mode for up to four players. The BandFuse: Band pack hardware expansion bundle is compatible with the BandFuse: Rock Legends Artist Pack and allows three additional players to connect and play. The Band Pack includes a special (AcoustiLink) adapter that allows acoustic guitars to be used for game play. In North America, the Band Pack includes a vocal microphone, two additional SpeedFuse instrument cables, an AcoustiLink acoustic guitar adapter and a four-port USB hub.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - November 19, 2013
BandFuse: Rock Legends provides an authentic pick up and play experience for musicians of all skill levels. Whether you’ve never held a guitar or bass before or you are already the lead guitarist in your own band, BandFuse: Rock Legends will have you rockin’ out with your favorite songs in minutes. Vocalists can enjoy karaoke style or scored vocalist mode with instruction on proper singing technique.
Nintendo Wii - Released - December 16, 2008
Bring all the ammo you can get your hands on, because open season just arrived - big time! Deer Drive is an arcade-style 3D deer hunting game - take aim from cover, and pick off the best trophies. It's just pure shooting fun, as herds of deer are driven into your sights!
Nintendo DS - Released - September 28, 2010
Deer Drive for the Nintendo DS is the first game to bring the thrill of arcade action hunting to a handheld platform. Deer Drive for the NDS is fast, fun, and easy to play but hard to master. With 125 power-ups and upgrades, 30 levels and a ton of animals there's plenty to see, do and shoot. But don't get too relaxed - Dangerous animals like mountain lion, boar and bear are just waiting to take you down.
Sony Playstation - Released - July 15, 2003
Build big machine muscle as you learn to operate heavy construction equipment that looks, feels, sounds and runs just like the real thing --- from rumbling bulldozers to hard-working dump trucks and high reaching cranes. Once you train to earn your construction licenses, you can start building a huge department store. So get in gear, move dirt and haul butt. Dirt Jockey fulfills the fantasy of operating heavy equipment for kids of all ages.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 26, 2006
Sudoku is the puzzle phenomenon from Japan, a game that looks like a math problem, but is in fact a twisting puzzler. The rules are simple: start with a grid consisting of nine three-by-three squares in which some of the numbers are already supplied. Fill in the blank squares so that each column, row, and three-by-three grid contains a number from 1 to 9 with none repeated. Dr. Sudoku for the Game Boy Advance is the first of a series of Sudoku products from Mastiff. The GBA title features 1,000 hand created puzzles, Original Mode (which lets you create you own Sudoku puzzles,) a tutorial mode, help for those moments when you really are stuck, the ability to "pencil in" possible solutions, and a puzzle problem creation mode.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 7, 2003
Easter Bunny's Big Day asks children to help the Easter Bunny find and deliver eggs to all the boys and girls of Easter Village. Unfortunately, the floppy-eared rabbit doesn't have enough eggs, so players will have to solve puzzles and play games to find more eggs. Multiple difficulty levels keep the action interesting for children aged four to ten, and several game modes offer additional play options. Parents can play along with children and add assistance with the "helper" feature.
Nintendo Switch - Released - September 15, 2020
Unleash Shell! Fight Crab is an over-the-top physics-based, 3D action battle game that combines giant crustaceans, insane weaponry, and intense claw-to-claw combat into one absurdly hilarious, must-play game. You are a crab. Embark on a world tour of devastation, flipping over as many crabs as possible in a quest to be crowned lord of the crustaceans! Features: • Claw through 7 Tutorial stages and a Campaign Mode with 34 stages spread out across 7 chapters • 23 types of playable crab, 48 different weapons, and 11 unique battle arenas • A variety of matchmaking options including 1 vs. 1, 2 vs. 2, and both offline and online co-op and versus battle modes • Unlock special Skills like the fabled Kanihameha, the devastating Crab Copter, and more • Level up your crab, recruit new crabs, and purchase deadly new weapons – build the ultimate crab warrior • Use the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con™ motion controls to freely manipulate limbs to punch, grab, and flip your way to victory • Use Photo Mode to capture, share, and immortalize epic confrontations and intense battles
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 4, 2004
Three years after the events that took place in the original Gungrave, the Corsione family has unleashed the deadly drug SEED upon the populace. Now it's up to Grave, Spike and Mika to follow the trail of SEED back to its source and eradicate it once and for all. Much like its predecessor, Gungrave: Overdose offers up several action-packed levels that simply don't allow the player to let up on the fire button. This sequel ups the ante with even larger hordes of enemies to blast through along with a slew of destructible environments to wreak havoc in. Along the way, Grave will team up with newcomers Juji and Billy. Juji fights using a unique combination of close-range guns and swordplay, while Billy defeats his enemies with the sheer power of his electric guitar.
Nintendo 3DS - Released - October 13, 2016
You play as a young girl who can see monsters that no one else can. It's an action RPG where you use a giant drill and an arsenal of skills and items in order to defeat hordes of enemies and solve puzzles within plenty of dungeons. As you progress, you uncover pieces of furniture to give back to friendly monster in their village.
Windows - Released - March 30, 2015
Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure is a cute and clever action RPG featuring real-time combat, 3D graphics, 90+ items, mini-games, multiple endings, a rocking soundtrack, 35+ hours of playtime, tons of fully voiced characters by an all-star cast of voice actors, and more!
Sony PSP - Released - February 12, 2007
Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure is a 3D platform game with an emphasis on action and platforming with puzzle elements. It stars a 12 year old girl named Parin who needs to move in with her grandfather, the mayor of a mining town called Tiese, as her parents go overseas on an excavation. Parin felt fine about moving in with her grandfather until she hears that she is the only kid in the town and has nobody to play with. Nonetheless her grandfather suggests that she goes exploring the town and stopping by to see Fan, the woman who runs the town bakery, to see if she can be friends with her. After visiting the shops and exploring what little Tiese has to offer, Parin is surprised to find a girl being attacked by a stray dog. Parin hurries to rescue the girl but quickly finds out that the girl she rescued is actually not a girl at all, but a monster named Pino. Parin is then taken through a hidden entrance near her house by Pino and her brother, Puku, where she meets the rest of monsters in Monster Village and finally finds some friends to play with. Unfortunately, soon after Puku is kidnapped by evil creatures called phantoms and it's up to Parin to rescue him, so the other monsters provide her with the only weapon they have, a legendary drill. As Parin makes her way through the first dungeon to rescue Puku, the phantoms attack Monster Village which puts the whole world at risk. It is now up to Parin to make her way through more dungeons to restore Monster Village and save the world. Parin's drill has four power levels that build as she fights, or at restoration points, and the decreases as she receives damage. Parin can also equip accessories that have various abilities such as increasing defense or giving her a larger numbers of coins as she defeats enemies. Coins and junk are two forms of currency in the game that are used to acquire and upgrade accessories or learn new attacks. Coins can be found easily in pots or are dropped by enemies, however junk can only be acquired when dropped by enemies that were carrying an item such as a shield.
Sony Playstation 3 - November 15, 2011
Stay sharp in this blisteringly fast-paced modern day shooter. Protect your team as you move from cover to cover, eliminating threats as they appear! Fight on foot or in a variety of vehicles including tanks, helicopters, and APCs. Utilize weapons ranging from handguns to mounted cannons and grenades to stay alive, keep fighting, and complete your mission.
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 18, 2011
Check your fire! Stay sharp in this blisteringly fast-paced modern day shooter. Protect your team as you move from cover to cover, eliminating threats as they appear! Fight on foot or in a variety of vehicles including tanks, helicopters, and APCs. Utilize weapons ranging from handguns to mounted cannons and grenades to stay alive, keep fighting, and complete your mission. Play through 24 missions featuring exclusive multi-path cover system - take cover where YOU want! Fight on foot, by tank, assault vehicle, or helicopter.
Windows - Released - November 29, 2011
Heavy Fire: Afghanistan is a super fast playing on-rails shooter set in modern-day Afghanistan featuring tanks, assault vehicles and helicopters. The game offers 60 awards, one machine co-op for up to four, Steam Cloud, Leaderboards and Trading Cards.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - January 29, 2013
Heavy Fire is a series of on-rails arcade shooter video games developed by Polish video game developer Teyon between 2010 and 2011. The series includes four games: Heavy Fire: Special Operations (2010), Heavy Fire: Black Arms (2011), Heavy Fire: Afghanistan (2011), and Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear (2011).
Windows - Released - October 23, 2015
Iran has nuclear weapons and one is sitting on a fully fueled ICBM going through its final launch checklist. Fight your way through Afghanistan, make it over the Iranian border, infiltrate the missile base and permanently stop the countdown in this super fast, high intensity on-rails shooter.
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - October 16, 2018
Inspired by Thai mythology and beliefs, Home Sweet Home throws players into a dark and twisted labyrinth, where a miasma of fear fills the air, dread bleeds through cracks in the ceiling and seeps down through broken floorboards.
Microsoft Xbox One - October 16, 2018
Inspired by real-world Thai mythology and beliefs, Home Sweet Home is the first in a series of terrifying narrative-driven first-person horror games. Home Sweet Home throws players into a dark and twisted labyrinth, where a miasma of fear fills the air, dread bleeds through cracks in the ceiling and seeps down through broken floorboards, and anxiety grows stronger with every step.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - May 4, 2004
Prier and her brother Culotte are novices with the demon-hunting organization, La Pucelle. They've just passed their final exams and are ready to do real work fighting demons and zombies, but quickly find themselves embroiled in a series of plots orchestrated by a rival church with dark intentions. The gameplay is played on a tactical map, as teams up to six characters work to clear boards of enemies and dark energy. The unique "purify" command allows players to recruit monsters to their team and execute complex "miracle" energy attacks.
Nintendo Wii - Released - July 14, 2008
The ultimate chomp-off is about to begin. Grab your Wii Remote controller and dig into 12 different foods as you compete against the greatest major-league eaters in the world. This isn't just a race to stuff your face-you'll need strategy to master a smorgasbord of digestive attacks, defenses and counters. These include the Mega Burp, Gas Attack, Antacid and more. And don't forget to keep an eye on your Barf-O-Meter, because if the food hits the plate twice, you're out. Unlock more than 10 characters in single-player career mode, go gut-to-gut against your friends in versus mode, or compete online using Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Online play supports friend codes, random matchmaking and leader boards.
Nintendo DS - Released - January 13, 2009
Moon places gamers on the cold lunar surface in the year 2058. Researchers are shocked to find a sealed, alien hatch during construction of a new lunar base, but it's a shock that soon pales in comparison to what they find beyond the hatch. You are Major Kane, Chief of Military Operations for the Extra Terrestrial Encounter Organization, and you and your team have been brought in to investigate. Erratic energy readings from deep below the lunar surface tell you that this will not be a diplomatic mission. As soon as you step onto the surface, you become enveloped in a game that delivers epic story, atmospheric environments and white-knuckle sci-fi FPS action. Welcome to the Moon.
Microsoft Xbox - Released - August 31, 2005
Pump It Up: Exceed is a dancing game similar to the games in the Dance Dance Revolution series. The Pump It Up dance mat is different from the norm as the arrows are set on diagonals and includes a button in the middle which allows for more complexity in the dance moves that are required to be performed in the game. The general gameplay has the player watching a music video as symbols scroll by. The player must match the symbols on the screen with the symbols on the Pump It Up dance pad with their feet. Hitting the arrows in sync with the music will keep the players life bar up and give the player a good rating, while doing the opposite will drain the life bar and give bad ratings. If the life bar drains all the way, the game ends. The game has several mode to choose from: Arcade Mode has the player trying to achieve an “A” or an “S” rating on three consecutive songs. Doing that allows the player to play an extra song. Successfully completing songs in the Arcade mode opens them for play in Home Mode. Home Mode allows the player to choose any song they have available to them. Sudden Death Mode forces the player to perform a song flawlessly or the game ends. Survival Mode - This mode becomes available after the player completes twenty songs in the Home Mode. This is an endurance test for the player, as the game keeps giving the players songs to go through until their life bar is finally depleted. Video Mode - This mode is unlocked after the player completes a total of twenty songs in either Home or Arcade Mode. It allows the player to just watch the videos for any song they've completed. Tutorial mode - Teaches the player how the game works. The game also keeps track of the players statistics (the rating grades they received for each song). The PS2 version of the game features 101 songs, while the Xbox version contains 97 songs, but offers the option to download more songs. As some songs are more difficult then others, the game provides a rating from one to twenty to inform the player on just how hard of a task they are taking on by choosing a particular song.Two dance mats will be required for some songs that offer a freestyle option if the player chooses that setting.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 29, 2005
Pump It Up: Exceed is a dancing game similar to the games in the Dance Dance Revolution series. The Pump It Up dance mat is different from the norm as the arrows are set on diagonals and includes a button in the middle which allows for more complexity in the dance moves that are required to be performed in the game. The general gameplay has the player watching a music video as symbols scroll by. The player must match the symbols on the screen with the symbols on the Pump It Up dance pad with their feet. Hitting the arrows in sync with the music will keep the players life bar up and give the player a good rating, while doing the opposite will drain the life bar and give bad ratings. If the life bar drains all the way, the game ends. The game has several mode to choose from: - Arcade Mode has the player trying to achieve an “A” or an “S” rating on three consecutive songs. Doing that allows the player to play an extra song. Successfully completing songs in the Arcade mode opens them for play in Home Mode. - Home Mode allows the player to choose any song they have available to them. - Sudden Death Mode forces the player to perform a song flawlessly or the game ends. - Survival Mode - This mode becomes available after the player completes twenty songs in the Home Mode. This is an endurance test for the player, as the game keeps giving the players songs to go through until their life bar is finally depleted. - Video Mode - This mode is unlocked after the player completes a total of twenty songs in either Home or Arcade Mode. It allows the player to just watch the videos for any song they've completed. - Tutorial mode - Teaches the player how the game works. The game also keeps track of the players statistics (the rating grades they received for each song). The PS2 version of the game features 101 songs, while the Xbox version contains 97 songs, but offers the option to download more songs. As some songs are more difficult than others, the game provides a rating from one to twenty to inform the player on just how hard of a task they are taking on by choosing a particular song.Two dance mats will be required for some songs that offer a freestyle option if the player chooses that setting.
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 9, 2010
Reload is the ultimate target shooting game. Participate in shooting drills that are used by elite military, law enforcement, or competition shooters. Shoot weapons ranging from popular sports shooting guns all the way up to heavy military weapons. Your targets are made of paper, wood, clay, and metal, and are never living things.
Nintendo Wii - Released - December 3, 2010
When it comes to big game, it doesn't get any bigger than this! Go on safari into the furthest reaches of Africa, tracking 15 big game animals, including Africa's Big 5: rhino, buffalo, elephant, leopard, and lion. Equip your hunter with over 30 licensed guns and accessories for an experience that combines realistic hunting with arcade-style action. Track your prey day and night through a variety of conditions. Keep your target in your sights while rain soaks you, wind swirls, or brush fires rage all around. Join up to four friends for co-op or competitive hunts, and see who's bagged the most trophies in online leaderboards.
Nintendo Wii - Released - April 30, 2011
The Alaskan wilderness is home to some of the most ferocious animals on Earth. Here is your chance to pay them a visit! Remington Super Slam Hunting: Alaska sends you into the cold, sometimes snowy wilds of the Alaskan frontier. Choose from 35 authentic weapons - including rifles, handguns, and bows - plus scopes and other accessories from Remington, one of the leading makers of outdoor gear. Hunt 30 of the biggest animals that call Alaska home in 35 different environments. Bring friends along on four-player co-op and competitive hunts, and save some space in that trophy room for the 150-plus trophies and achievements you can rack up as you play.
Nintendo Wii - Released - December 3, 2010
You may be the hunter, but you are also the prey in this game that challenges you to hunt while being hunted. Remington Super Slam Hunting: North America infuses a realistic hunting experience with arcade-style action. Track North America's most notable game in scenic locations across the continent. But the action comes with a twist. While you're pursuing elk, bighorn sheep, or whitetail deer, black bears, mountain lions, and angry bison are pursuing you. Use over 20 officially licensed Remington firearms and hunting accessories on thrilling campaigns for one, two, or four hunters.
Nintendo Wii - Released - October 20, 2009
Adventurous anglers can treat their Wii Remote and Nunchuk as more than a simple rod and reel in Shimano Xtreme Fishing, a game that also lets players go bowfishing or head underwater for SCUBA-clad spearfishing. Gamers can choose from an array of real-world gear, such as Shimano fishing rods, Hoyt bows, and Muzzy arrow points, as they fish above and below water in unique locations spread throughout the world. As players plumb the depths they will encounter more than 40 different types of fish, but danger also lurks around the best fishing hotspots in the form of sharks and alligators. Tournaments serve as Shimano Xtreme Fishing's primary game mode, each offering unique scenery, time restrictions, and weather effects, but those simply looking to practice their skills or spend a leisurely day on the water can also roam each environment in "Free Fish" mode.
Nintendo DS - Released - September 20, 2005
Space Invaders Revolution is a new take on the series, which marks a true progression over any version before it: New types of invaders, new rules and new ways to destroy them. Contains a faithful reproduction of the original arcade machine in Classic Mode. New Era mode: the simple rules of Space Invaders are expanded and twisted into a revolutionary step for the classic franchise. New Era mode takes the form of a world tour, with the player confronting the Space Invaders at 20 recognisable geographical locations. In total there are 60 levels to defend and 13 different types of invader to battle. Power-ups include protective shields, additional support craft, rapid-fire shots and column-clearing laser beams - essential aides as the action becomes progressively more intense. Power-ups can be used in combination: using support craft with laser results in three laser beams, decimating multiple waves of invaders with every press of the fire button.
Nintendo GameCube - Released - April 19, 2004
Nothing bites like a sky filled with invading alien space craft busily destroying civilization. And it gets really personal when the invaders drop hordes of ground troops to kill you and the people you love. Ask Justin the street gang leader hoping to find and rescue his friend alive, Ashley the fashion photographer searching desperately for her boyfriend and Naji, a cop who wants his partner back. They're all playable characters fighting for their lives, to avenge those who have died and in the hope of finding disappeared friends. Space Raiders, from the people who brought you Space Invaders, features addictive play, immersive 3-D environments, monster designs that keeps the player wondering what's behind the next corner, and great game balance. The story features one player Story Mode and one or two player cooperative Survival Mode.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 7, 2002
Most of Technicbeat’s gameplay takes place on a square-shaped area called a “stage”. During gameplay, circle-shaped “markers” appear on the stage. When these markers first appear, a small circle appears in the center of each marker and then expands like a ripple toward the marker’s outer edge. The player’s goal is to “activate” all the markers that appear by placing their on screen character on top of the marker and pressing a button when the marker’s inner circle overlaps its outer edge. Each marker that appears on the stage corresponds to a note or set of notes in the player’s selected song. If the player successfully activates a marker, it will play its corresponding note(s) and then disappear. If the player does not activate a marker before the marker’s inner circle has expanded past its outer edge, the player is considered to have "missed" the marker, and the marker will disappear. Every time a player activates a marker, they receive a ranking depending on how well they timed their activation. The ranks in order from best to worst are: perfect, great, good, and bad. A bad ranking is also given when a player misses a marker. Similar to the groove gauge in Beatmania, Technicbeat has a “tension indicator” to notify a player of how well he or she is performing. This indicator fills when a player activates a marker and empties when the player misses a marker. In order to “pass” a song, the player must fill their tension indicator past a certain point, known as the “clear line”. If the player’s tension indicator is not filled past the clear line at the end of the song, the player will get a game over. In addition to normal activation, markers can also be activated by using “chains”. If two markers overlap, and one of them is successfully activated, the second marker will become “reserved”. Reserved markers play automatically, without any player action. A reserved marker will also reserve any markers touching it. Thus, by activating one of several overlapped markers, players can form a chain of reserved markers. A player can also create a “chord” by activating two or more non-touching markers at the same time. At the end of each song, players are rewarded with points based on their accuracy, their timing, and the number of chains and chords formed.
Windows - Released - July 26, 2022
As the final creation of the Goddess, Juxtia, journey through the ruins of two divine kingdoms, overrun by the Tarnishing. Challenging combat, a hauntingly beautiful score, and a sinister narrative work in unison to make The Tarnishing of Juxtia an unforgettable 2D dark fantasy action RPG.
Windows - Released - August 30, 2021
Construct charming toy towns and cities atop tiny terrain. Combine building blocks to create new megastructures. Test your skills in the physics-based Challenge stages or simply unwind and obliterate everything with an array of cute catastrophes!
Nintendo DS - Released - May 3, 2006
Top Gun brings the high-spirited, thrill a minute adventure of being a Top Gun pilot to your Nintendo DS -- just like the kind you enjoyed in the hit Tom Cruise movie. You'll fly some of the fastest machines on Earth, in single-player or multiplayer action. While playing, you'll also have to pull off the sort of dangerous deeds you need to accomplish, when you're in the macho, daring world of fighter pilots. Enter as rookie pilots, selected along with a handful of other pilots for elite training at the US Navy's Fighter Weapons School.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 1, 2004
Jump into the cockpits of the Navy's top planes with Top Gun: Combat Zones. With the F-14, F-18, and F-22 under your control, you must embark on dangerous low-level missions throughout hazardous canyons and across vast cityscapes. Eliminate ground or air targets in Southeast Asia, Gulf States, Arctic Circle, and Miramar Base.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 21, 2001
You are Maverick. Enter the Danger Zone. Top Gun - Combat Zone echoes the Paramount movie with speed, style, adrenaline and heart pounding action. * 34 missions across 3 decades. * 4 realistic combat zones: South East Asia, The Gulf, Northern Russia and the Miramar base. * Fly as one of the movie characters: Maverick, Jester, Iceman, Striker and Hipster. * Master the US Navy's top fighters: F/14 Tomcat, F/18 Hornet and the F/22 Raptor. * Low level flying through canyons, cityscapes and valleys.