First appeared in Root Letter
First appeared in Bless Unleashed
First appeared in GTI Club Supermini Festa!
A series of horror themed role-playing games with adventure elements developed by Humming Bird Soft.
First appeared in Laplace no Ma
Data East's billiards franchise.
First appeared in Side Pocket
Nari Kids Park
A series of licensed educational games for Switch from Bandai-Namco.
First appeared in Nari Kids Park: Kaitō Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger
A brand created by Visual Art's of visual novels that do not contain branching storylines and are just linear short narratives.
First appeared in Planetarian: The Reverie of a Little Planet
A series of adventure games developed by System Sacom that were mainly focused on storytelling rather than puzzles with the company comparing the games to novels. The franchise is said to have influenced both the sound novel and later visual novel genres.
First appeared in Dome
The Ninja Warriors
A series of action brawlers staring a team of cybernetic ninjas.
First appeared in The Ninja Warriors
A series of open-world JRPGs developed by Monolith Soft and Nintendo that serves as a spin-off to the larger Xeno franchise.
First appeared in Xenoblade Chronicles
Wait they made video games about me? WHERE'S MY PAYCHECK!? Oh, there it is.
First appeared in Deadpool
First appeared in Cookie Run: OvenBreak
New York Mysteries
First appeared in New York Mysteries: Secrets of the Mafia
First appeared in Dead Frontier 2
First appeared in Imperivm: Great Battles of Rome
Dark Age of Camelot
An MMO from Mythic Entertainment.
First appeared in Dark Age of Camelot
Leaf Visual Novel Series
A series of visual novels developed by Leaf that helped popularize the genre and the term "visual novel".
First appeared in Shizuku
A fast-paced sports game where competitors attempt to hurl disks into a goal on a tennis-like court. Players can also enhance or modify their throw by adjusting speed, curving shots, bouncing the disk off structures on the play field or through the use of skills unique to the player.
First appeared in Windjammers
First appeared in The A-Team
Master of Monsters
First appeared in Master of Monsters
A series of racing games
First appeared in Gear.Club
A series of arcade racing games with realistic physics and polygonal graphics, based on high-tech simulation technology.
First appeared in Hard Drivin'
First appeared in Garrison
First appeared in Akatsuki: Shisei Ichigo
A series of adventure games set within a news organization.
First appeared in Headliner
Risk of Rain
Risk of Rain
First appeared in Risk of Rain
First appeared in The Making of Nightruth
First appeared in Baldr Sky Dive1 “Lost Memory”
The Black Onyx
Created by Henk Rogers, the Black Onyx games were some of the earliest Japanese language RPGs that helped popularize the genre in Japan.
First appeared in The Black Onyx
A series of games based off the Gall Force anime franchise which in turn was adopted from a series of photo-novels from Model Graphix magazine that featured pictures of garage kit models of various original characters designed by Kenichi Sonoda.
First appeared in Gall Force: Eternal Story
Kamen Rider Climax
A series of Kamen Rider fighting games which began life with Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes on PlayStation 2.
First appeared in Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes
A series of interactive novels depicting heroes as contestants on a reality show.
First appeared in Heroes Rise: The Prodigy
The popular Nexon side-scrollers
First appeared in MapleStory
Arcade-style basketball game series with cartoony characters and random-draw collectible player card unlocks.
First appeared in NBA Playgrounds
Trilogy of Vengeance
A trilogy of three original titles developed by Cyberconnect2 themed around revenge.
First appeared in Fugue on the Battlefield
Japanese visual novel style action games released on iOS and Android devices.
First appeared in Schoolgirl Strikers
First appeared in Hollywood Poker Pro
First appeared in The Culling
First appeared in Dysfunctional Systems: Orientation
Onmyoji (陰陽師) is a smart phone game franchise, developed by Chinese company NetEase.
First appeared in Onmyoji
Last Days of Spring
First appeared in Last Days of Spring
Lost in the City
A series of software packages distrusted by the Ford Company to showcase its lineup
First appeared in The Ford Simulator
A series of evolution simulation games by Forever Entertainment.
First appeared in Sparkle 2: Evo
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