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Konami brings the world of MMA to PS2 with 20 real fighters, all of whom lent their talents to motion capture for the game.
Published by Konami in 2003 for the Game Boy Advance.
In this game Konami brings the classic Disney characters into the world of Basketball.
From its defunct ESPN Winter X-Games Snowboarding series, Konami takes the basic gameplay and pro riders, and adds on a story of a ski slope overtaken by villains, called "Boardroids", as well as an on-board fighting mechanic.
The second Game Boy Advance entry in the long-running soccer series from Konami.
A Soccer game for the GameCube. The game actually received fair reviews.
Konami tries its hand at pro basketball on the PS2 and Xbox.
Konami's second attempt at a skateboarding game.
The final game released under the ISS branding.
The ninth iteration in the main Power Pro series.
A Europe only soccer game.
ESPN International Winter Sports 2002 is an ESPN-branded winter multi-sports game. In Japan, it was branded with Konami's Hyper Sports name.
A direct response to the first X-Games snowboarding game, 2002 tries to straddle a pick up and play feel with some simulation mechanics built on top.
Konami brings fishing to the GBA.
The first GBA entry in the ISS series.
Released on the PS2 just prior to Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 in an attempt to cash in on the popularity of the THPS Franchise.
K-1 World Grand Prix 2001 Kaimakuden is a Kickboxing game, developed by Xing Entertainment and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2001.
Released in 2000, ESPN National Hockey Night was the last hockey game published by Konami and was released to generally negative reviews. 2000 Calder Trophy winner and Stanley Cup Champion Scott Gomez graced the cover.
J-League Pocket is a soccer game that was a launch title in Japan for the Game Boy Advance.
Play NBA with the stars on the Sega Dreamcast.
Konami's first go at snowboarding games, stays true to the sport with painstaking realism.
The first in a series of Konami games bearing the ESPN license, ESPN International Track & Field brings the classic gameplay of their traditional Track & Field arcade series to the PS2 and Dreamcast.
The seventh iteration in the main Power Pro series, and the first on the PlayStation 2.
International Track and Field 2000 is the follow up to 1996's International Track and Field, featuring new events and updated graphics.
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