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A unique arcade spin-off of Tetris, featuring oversized joysticks.
Stack toy blocks in front of a large screen to help the "brick heads" climb and eat fruit in this puzzle-action arcade game by Sega.
The third installment of the Melty Blood series.
The third revision of Guilty Gear X2 adds new gameplay mechanics and special moves while re-designing the game's aesthetics.
Two shoot-'em-up games released in one arcade machine.
The sequel to Akatsuki Shisei Ichigou, adding additional characters, updated gameplay elements, and an updated story.
Karous is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em that sports cel-shaded graphics and features an RPG-style experience points system for its weapon upgrades. Developed by Milestone, the game was originally released for arcades on Sega's NAOMI hardware and was subsequently ported the Dreamcast, becoming the system's last ever official release.
Trigger Heart Exelica is a Japanese vertical scrolling shoot 'em up by Warashi. Originally for Arcades but ported to DC & XBLA and now recently announced for PS2.
An obscure 3D arcade fighting game with a bizarre eroge-inspired twist.
A major revision of the sci-fi hybrid of fighting games and bullet hell shoot-'em-ups, better known outside of Japan for its international Xbox 360 release.
The Japan-exclusive second revision of Guilty Gear X2 adds new balance changes and stage modifications while adding two characters: A.B.A. and Order-Sol.
Radilgy is a vertical shooter with its own unique graphical design taking inspiration from anime and the look of cel-shaded graphics.
A 2005 shoot'em up arcade game released by Milestone Inc.
Under Defeat is a shoot 'em up developed by G.rev.
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An arcade game that combines versus fighting games with bullet-hell shooters.
A 2004 vertical-scrolling shoot-'em-up featuring aircraft that can be transformed on-the-fly for different abilities.
A spin-off of Sega's Mushiking arcade game, following the same rock-paper-scissors and collectible card mechanics but replacing beetles with dinosaurs.
An updated port of the indie PC fighting game Melty Blood, and the first in the series to be released in arcades.
All new Shanghai action for 2005.
Line up colored Puyos as you attempt to recover a magic wand in this puzzle game.
Top-down shooter featuring a variety of witches and wizards aboard flying brooms, firing spells at incoming enemies. Features co-operative play and sold at a budget price in most areas.
A horizontal Shoot 'em up developed by G.rev and released after the "death" of the Dreamcast
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The first in a long-running revision history of Guilty Gear X2 adds numerous gameplay balance changes and is the first in the franchise to feature online multiplayer (in its the Xbox version).
The King of Route 66 is the sequel to Sega's 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker.
The first revision of Guilty Gear X, Guilty Gear X2 (also known as Guilty Gear XX) adds new characters and gameplay mechanics.
An arcade games where players fight with large beetles in a turn-based rock-paper-scissors fashion. It was unique for its time with its collectible card system, allowing players to scan barcoded cards to change beetle species and attacks.
The sequel to DEC, released in Japan in 2002
Arcade Puzzle Bobble game based on the hit manga and anime.
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