Tomy

Accele Brid

Accele Brid

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 26, 1993

Players progress through the game as a robot racing through a pipe, shooting everything that moves. The robot can shoot from both arms, jump, kick and punch. There are also power-ups and bonuses that can be collected to upgrade the robot's weapons and armor. There are three different types of robots to choose from: Silver Mare, Beliws, and Nitika. Weapons are chosen before each stage and every level has Mode 7 graphics. Three difficulty levels can be chosen; ranging from easy, medium, and hard.

Akazukin Cha Cha

Akazukin Cha Cha

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - April 28, 1995

Akazukin ChaCha is a Role-Playing game, developed by Access and published by Tomy Corporation, which was released in Japan in 1995.

America Oudan Ultra Quiz

America Oudan Ultra Quiz

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 23, 1990

America Oudan Ultra Quiz is a Trivia game, published by Tomy Corporation, which was released in Japan in 1990.

America Oudan Ultra Quiz

America Oudan Ultra Quiz

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 20, 1992

America Oudan Ultra Quiz is a quiz game that follows the formula of the TV game show Ultra Quiz, which originated in the UK and was adapted by broadcasters across the globe. A large number of contestants are whittled down to a small number through a series of elimination challenges, most of which require answering general knowledge questions, in a manner similar to 1 vs. 100. In America Oudan Ultra Quiz, the player can select the name and gender of their character and take part in the quiz with many NPCs.

America Oudan Ultra Quiz Part 2

America Oudan Ultra Quiz Part 2

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 20, 1991

America Oudan Ultra Quiz Part 2 is a Trivia game, published by Tomy Corporation, which was released in Japan in 1991.

America Oudan Ultra Quiz Part 3 - Champion Taikai

America Oudan Ultra Quiz Part 3 - Champion Taikai

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 27, 1992

America Oudan Ultra-Quiz Part 3 is a Miscellaneous game, published by Tomy Corporation, which was released in Japan in 1992.

America Oudan Ultra Quiz Part 4

America Oudan Ultra Quiz Part 4

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 29, 1993

America Oudan Ultra Quiz Part 4 is a Trivia game, published by Tomy Corporation, which was released in Japan in 1993.

Atsumete Asobu Kuma no Pooh-san - Mori no Takaramono

Atsumete Asobu Kuma no Pooh-san - Mori no Takaramono

Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 13, 2000

Demon Driver

Demon Driver

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1978

Tabletop game in which player races acar along the 'real' moving plastic track. This early electronic game features a lap counter, 4 speed settings and steering wheel.

Densha Daisuki

Densha Daisuki

Sony Playstation - Released - December 23, 1998

Densha Daisuki follows in the footsteps of the Densha de Go series and place the player in control of a passenger train. There are different routes and trains. The gameplay is similar to the Densha De Go series and is in a first person perspective only. The game was released with Densha Daisuki: Plarail de Ippai Controller.

Erementar Gerad: Huuin Sarashi Kyou

Erementar Gerad: Huuin Sarashi Kyou

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 7, 2005

Esparks: Ijikuu Kara No Raihousha

Esparks: Ijikuu Kara No Raihousha

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - March 31, 1995

Esparks: Ijikuu Kara no Raihousha ("Esparks: Visitors from a Different Space-Time", though the box itself says "Visitors from Anothertime") is a top-down action-RPG that resembles The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Secret of Mana. The player, as a character they name themselves, acquires the amazing powers of Esparks after his family is captured by a mysterious villain. Along with his companions, he moves across the world and eventually backwards and forwards through time to track them down. The combat is all in real-time, with the player slashing at monsters with a futuristic...

Hit Back

Hit Back

Sony Playstation - Released - April 15, 1999

Hit Back is an action breakout game with 3 game modes: - Story mode - Trial mode - VS Mode The story mode is about that in a kingdom one day when the princess is telling a story to her friends a dark spirit (a Shinigami) kidnaped her and the game starts there when the 4 friends (Kick, Greko, Pomy & Woyaji) start the rescue of the princess. The gameplay is 3d breakout since the player (or players) got to hit a ball that will use to destroy all the enemies in each stage to advance to the next level. The game features 4 different characters to choose.

Kakugo no Susume

Kakugo no Susume

Sony Playstation - Released - March 28, 1997

Apocalypse Zero (Kakugo no Susume) is a manga series written and illustrated by Takayuki Yamaguchi. The manga was adapted into a two-part original video animation in 1996. Kakugo and Harara are siblings trained to fight the monsters roaming in post-apocalyptic Tokyo. 21st century. To aid them, Kakugo and Harara were entrusted with "Fortified Armor Shells", exoskeletons forged from the souls of deceased warriors. After Harara succumbs to the evil within the armor, it is up to Kakugo to defeat his sibling. Kakugo Hagakure: The main protagonist of the series, he received the Zero armor....

Mahou Kishi Rayearth

Mahou Kishi Rayearth

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 29, 1995

A turn-based RPG that is based on the manga/anime of the same name, featuring three schoolgirls who are transported from modern day Tokyo to the magical world of Cephiro. The game loosely follows the plot of the manga and anime, wherein the heroines determine how Cephiro works and their role in rescuing the world's leader Princess Emeraude, who presently takes the vital role of Pillar, from the villainous Zagato.

Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland Daibouken

Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland Daibouken

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 16, 1994

Mickey has taken a trip to Tokyo Disneyland. But when he arrives, he finds out from Minnie that his friends have been kidnapped and the park has been hijacked by none other than Pete. Armed with nothing but a combo water/helium backpack and some balloons, Mickey must trek through the different sections of the park to rescue his friends, held captive in some of the park's most iconic attractions, and stop Pete.

Mitsume Ga Tooru

Mitsume Ga Tooru

Nintendo Entertainment System - May 1, 1991

Mitsume ga Tooru (三つ目がとおる Mitsume ga tōru?, "The Three-eyed One") is a video game for the Family Computer that was developed by Natsume and published by Tomy. It is based on the manga and anime called The Three-Eyed One. The main character is Hosuke Sharaku. There is also a Mitsume ga Tooru game for the original MSX called Mitsume ga Tooru: The Three-Eyed One Comes Here, which was released by Natsume two years before this one.

Monopoly 2 BS: Red Cup

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

Monopoly (Japan) is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Tomy Corporation.

Monopoly 2 BS: Yellow Cup

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

Monopoly (Japan) is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Tomy Corporation.

The Monopoly Game 2

The Monopoly Game 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - March 31, 1995

The Monopoly Game 2 is a game based on Monopoly: the famous Parker Brothers board game about acquiring property and making money. It is the sequel to the earlier Super Famicom exclusive 1993 Monopoly licensed game from the same publisher. Neither game was released or localized outside of Japan. As was the case with its predecessor, the player can explore a hub area (this time the Boardwalk Hotel) that leads to various Monopoly games, as well as areas that allow players to learn the history of the board game or its rules. There is also a Monopoly quiz the player can try. Players earn tokens...

Naruhodo! The World

Naruhodo! The World

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 25, 1994

Naruhodo! The World ("See! The World") is an adaptation of a game show of the same title broadcast on Fuji TV between 1981-1996. The goal is to pair up into four teams and compete with each other by answering questions about locations all over the world. The teams are sorted by rank after an initial quiz round and the lowest ranking pair is offered questions first, which are then passed up the chain. The TV show featured Kinya Aikawa and Eriko Kusuda as hosts, and both are featured on the cover of this game. It was released exclusively in Japan for the Super Famicom.

Naruto Shippuden: Naruto vs Sasuke

Naruto Shippuden: Naruto vs Sasuke

Nintendo DS - Released - November 16, 2010

Naruto Shippūden: Naruto vs. Sasuke is the sixth instalment of the Ninja Council series. It incorporates several tag-team specials. The character's sprites are smaller, allowing more action on-screen. Most of the special moves no longer use touch screen in order to be performed. Touch screen controls perform certain techniques. New characters include Sasuke and Sai. The on-line play has been removed, although there is a High Score mode available. There are also side-missions which can be completed to unlock more characters. Unlike the previous games, villains are not playable.

Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble!!

Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble!!

Nintendo DS - Released - February 8, 2011

In Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble, fight as Naruto, Sasuke, and your other favorite characters using an exciting, easy-to-learn battle system full of acrobatics and ground-shaking combos. In addition to a personal story mode for each of the game's 16 fighters, nearly two dozen overarching story fights, an assortment of secret missions, and a wealth of unlockable content offer tremendous variety, replay value, and fun! The ultimate portable NARUTO fighting game has arrived. Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble is the fifth instalment of the Ninja Council series on the Nintendo DS.

Naruto: Clash of Ninja

Naruto: Clash of Ninja

Nintendo GameCube - Released - March 7, 2006

Ready to get schooled? In the art of the Ninja that is. Control your chakra to unleash powerful jutsu techniques as you put your skills to the test in one-on-one battles. Will you be the best ninja? Play as Naurto, Sasuke, Kakashi, and more and unleash powerful combo attacks as you battle through seven gameplay modes including 2-player versus.

Naruto: Clash of Ninja 2

Naruto: Clash of Ninja 2

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 26, 2004

Training is over. The battle begins! Experience the world of Naruto like a real ninja by facing off in head-to-head battles. Master your ninja skills in the 14 gameplay modes, including Versus Mode, Story Mode, and Training Mode, taking on the toughest opponents, both allies and enemies. Then get ready for non-stop ninja annihilation in 4-player battles, with your choice of 2-on-2, one against all, or every ninja for himself!

Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2

Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2

Nintendo Wii - October 21, 2008

Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 is the fourth English installment of the Clash of Ninja series and the second installment in the Revolution series. The game features an original storyline that was never shown in the anime or manga, set after Sasuke Uchiha betrays the Hidden Leaf Village in search of power. In addition, the game introduces new gameplay modes, such as a new Mission Mode with three-hundred missions, with its gameplay as ten missions for each character; and bring back others, such as Oboro mode, now renamed Kumite Mode, among other minor tweaks.

Naruto: Gekitou Ninja Taisen! 3

Naruto: Gekitou Ninja Taisen! 3

Nintendo GameCube

Naruto: Gekito Ninja Taisen! 3 (???-??????! 3?, lit. Naruto: Great Ninja Battle! 3), is the third installment of this series. The game was announced on August 3, 2004, and released in Japan on November 20, 2004. The game covers the events of the anime from the Chunin Exams to the Search for Tsunade arc. This installment introduces the ability to change forms during combat and gives some characters a second special attack. Also, the game adds on to the tag-team mode from Clash of Ninja 2, granting the player the ability to use team specials. While this game was released exclusively in Japan, it...

Naruto: Gekitou Ninja Taisen! 4

Naruto: Gekitou Ninja Taisen! 4

Nintendo GameCube - November 21, 2005

Naruto: Gekito Ninja Taisen! 4 is the fourth installment of this series. It covers the events from the Return of Itachi arc to the Sasuke Retrieval arc. The game also introduces the ability for multiple characters to fight one another at once, ranging from a 3-on-3 match to a 4-way brawl. Most noticeably, the game does away with the shop feature, and unlockables are now acquired by simply meeting certain criteria in the game's new Mission mode. Mission mode forces the player to fight increasingly stronger opponents under specific circumstances and with different methods of winning in order to...

Ninku

Nintendo Game Boy

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden

WonderSwan - Released - March 4, 1999

Straight from the National Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) come the greatest wrestlers of the Land of the Rising Sun; beware the Thunder Lyger! Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling Toukon Retsuden is a simple wrestling game where the player takes control of one of six wrestlers, who were current figures at the time of the games publication. Random battles can be arranged or competition in a tournament against all the games wrestlers.

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden

Sony Playstation - Released - September 29, 1995

Wrestling is a martial art[citation needed] that uses grappling type techniques such as clinch fighting, throws and takedowns, joint locks, pins and other grappling holds. A wrestling bout is a physical competition, between two (occasionally more) competitors or sparring partners, who attempt to gain and maintain a superior position. There are a wide range of styles with varying rules with both traditional historic and modern styles. Wrestling techniques have been incorporated into other martial arts as well as military hand-to-hand combat systems. Japanese professional wrestling, also...

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden 2

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden 2

Sony Playstation - Released - December 20, 1996

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Toukon Retsuden 2 is the sequel to one of the most popular wrestling games ever made. Although it was altered when the American version was made (under the name of Power Move Pro Wrestling,) the game still maintained its wonderful polygon graphics, large range of moves, and smooth game control. What the game lost in its American version, was actual wrestlers. The American game took such wrestlers as Masahiro Chono, Shinya Hashimoto, and Jyushin "Thunder" Lyger, and turned them into wrestlers such as Area 51, Da Judge, and King Og. The new game has all of the old...

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden 3

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden 3

Sony Playstation - Released - March 26, 1998

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Toukon Retsuden 3 is the third and last sequel for the Playstation One console to one of the most popular wrestling games ever made. The game still maintained its wonderful polygon graphics, large range of moves, and smooth game control. The new game has all of the old favorite wrestlers, plus new wrestlers like Chris Benoit, Tiger Mask, and Antonio Inoki. Tag Team and Battle Royal modes have also been added. New moves, arenas, and new situation moves (like running tackles) have added to the game.

Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden 4

Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden 4

Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 2, 1999

Toukon Retsuden 4 was developed by Yukes, and is mainly focused on providing a realistic representation of professional wrestling. Toukon Retsuden's presentation is similar to real life broadcasts, including crowd noise and extravagant introductions. The gameplay found in Toukon Retsuden is vastly different from traditional American/Japanese wrestling games

Super UNO

Super UNO

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 12, 1993

Super Uno is a card game for the Super Famicom and a recreation of the popular card game Uno. The player has a number of customization options for the number of players, special rules and other features. The game also has a bright cartoony style and a number of anime portraits for the player(s) to use. As with the original card game, the goal is to be the first to play all the cards in the player character's hand. Each player can only play a card if it has the same number or color as the current card on the discard deck, otherwise they need to collect a new card. There are a number of...

Tokyo Disneyland:  Fantasy Tour

Tokyo Disneyland: Fantasy Tour

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 24, 1998

Tokyo Disneyland: Mickey no Cinderella Shiro Mystery Tour

Tokyo Disneyland: Mickey no Cinderella Shiro Mystery Tour

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 22, 1995

Tokyo Disneyland: Mickey no Cinderella Shiro Mystery Tour (東京ディズニーランド ミッキーのシンデレラ城ミステリーツアー) is a video game for Game Boy handheld video game device starring Mickey Mouse. It was published by Tomy on December 22, 1995 exclusively in Japan and is a sequel to Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland Daibōken.

Tron

Tron

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1981

Yuu Yuu Hakusho Dai-3-dan: Makai no Tobira

Yuu Yuu Hakusho Dai-3-dan: Makai no Tobira

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 3, 1994

The game is much different than any other Yu Yu Hakusho game, it is a role-playing game where you can interact with other characters but if you enter a building it will turn into a side scrolling beat em up level. It is much similar in gameplay to Legend of Zelda II: The Adventure of Link for the NES. The game follows the Chapter Black Saga and begins with Atsuko waking Yusuke up for school. The game begins in a free roam RPG mode but when you enter Sarayashiki Junior High it is a beat em up and you fight some of the school punks and bullies throughout the level. At the end of the level,...

Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh

Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 28, 1991

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