The fourth home-release in the popular Project DIVA series, which was Japan-only on Vita but is now coming to PS3 in Japan and North America. The game features new mechanics, as well as the usual changes in songs, modules and collectables.
A dungeon crawler RPG where all of the Sakura Tasien characters team up.
Divekick is a fighting game developed by Iron Galaxy Studios. While initially a joke, Divekick rose to prominence through the Fighting Game Community, a Kickstarter campaign, and finally its creators, One True Game Studios, making a deal with Iron Galaxy to release the game on PS3, Vita, and PC.
An upcoming Action Role-Playing Game from Namco-Bandai, which is being developed for the Nintendo DS
An action RPG for DS developed by syn Sophia and published by Square Enix. It is unique in that it's a collaboration between Japan's V-Jump video game magazine and Square Enix where the magazine's readers will be able to send in ideas and may have them implemented.
The 3rd installment of the Rune Factory Franchise on the Nintendo DS.
Skullgirls is a 2D fighting game that puts players in control of fierce warriors in an extraordinary world. Originally slated for a 2011 release but was delayed to 2012, it was developed by Reverge Labs, published by Autumn Games and distributed by Konami while becoming under new development by Lab Zero Games in early 2013.
Castlevania: Rondo of Blood is a traditional Castlevania platformer for the PC-Engine Super CD-ROM² that takes place before Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.
Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner is a sci-fi action-adventure game produced by Hideo Kojima. The game features fast-paced mech battles and a very elaborate story.
Adventure game created by Yuji Horii and published by Enix in 1983. Revolving around a murder mystery, the game set the template for the visual novel genre.
An arcade installment in the Project DIVA series.
A comedic sci-fi adventure game created for the Sega Master System. It was only released in Japan.
The fourth portable installment in the Rune Factory series.
A dungeon crawling role-playing game framed by the player attending school and going on quests for different assignments.
The new Wii U title by Monolith Soft. An online co-op RPG in the vein of Xenoblade.
Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment is based on the light novel series, Sword Art Online.
Play as one of the eight kingdoms of Legendra as they try to expand their territory and stop the rise of the evil Madruk. Players control the many generals of their kingdom both on a strategic world map and in real time battles.
This PSP port of iNiS' unique PS2 rhythm game adds new stages, updated multiplayer modes and more.
Final Zone II is a top down shooter and the followup to the original Final Zone for MSX.
Auto Modellista is a cel-shaded, self-titled "driving simulator" by Capcom.
Take the role of Viewtiful Joe, and save your girlfriend Silvia from the horrible dangers of Movieland.
A PSP remake of the original PS1 title Persona 2: Innocent Sin. The remake is the first version of the game to see official release in North America.
A bishoujo game for the Game Boy by KID Corp. in 1997.
The upcoming fourth numbered entry in Atlus's series of occult-themed tales in a post-apocalyptic world.
A fighting game developed by CyberConnect2 and published by Namco Bandai, the cast of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure square off to see who is the last man standing in the ongoing clash of the Joestar bloodline against Dio Brando, his descendants and other bizarre enemies.
The premise of Time Hollow is to use a mysterious pen to open portals that take the player into the past by drawing on the touch screen. These portals help solve the disappearance of the main character's family.
"At the Mercy of the Wave - Sazanami Clinic", an erotic PC adventure game by Bloom Handle.
Play as one of the Dead or Alive ladies in this Volley-ball and Mini-game Collection.
The third numbered game in the Ultimate Ninja Storm series promises an in-depth story mode and upgraded battle system.
An action extreme sports game released in 1999 for the PlayStation.
The first Pokémon games on the 3DS and the first to be released simultaneously worldwide!
A baseball RPG/sim in which baseball games are played via cards in a turn-based system. It was released by Pack-In-Video in Japan exclusively.
Crossover SRPG featuring characters from many different anime franchises.
Wario's Woods is a match-3 puzzle game released for the Super NES and NES in 1994, making it the last game to be released for the NES in North America.
A true sequel and new installment in the BlazBlue franchise, taking place after the events of Continuum Shift.
Third in SystemSoft's series of strategy games set in an anime girl-filled feudal Japan.
A pinball game released in Japan followed by Europe. Based on the popular anime adaption of the Akira manga.
Tales of Symphonia is a cel-shaded action RPG and is another game in Namco's Tales series. It expands upon the series' battle system and emphasizes on relationships with other characters by the decisions you make throughout the game.
Visual novel by Giga.
Des Blood VR is the fifth game in the pornographic Des Blood series produced by Illusion.
A free-to-play game based on the Final Fantasy Tactics franchise, released for mobile platforms in Japan. It offers both single-player and multiplayer modes.
A Xbox 360 snowboarding game. The game is known for featuring a wide variety of bizarre cutscenes; including sock puppets, anime-style animation, fake advertisements and video game parodies.
SSX Blur brings the venerable snowboarding franchise to the Nintendo Wii. Blur features extensive motion based controls that allow a player to guide her rider using the Wiimote's motion controls for big moves, and the nunchuks analog stick for fine movements. Blur features multiplayer support for up to four players.
A role-playing game based around anime and manga Inuyasha.
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