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Valis anime.  I want to know *more*.  I want a copy, even. :-)
Information on Speed Racer game Japanese versions.
Information on that "Escape from Cyber City" game for CD-I.  (Does it exist
  in Japan?  Does the arcade game?)
Info on the arcade Gundam game.
Which games started out as anime/manga, and which as games.  And specifically,
  which was Madara?
I heard of a "Yo-yo Battle" game which sounded like a Sukeban Deka game.  Does
  this game exist and what is it?

      Anime-related Video Games [Last modified 11/18/00, posted 11/18/00]

This regular post lists the known games based on anime, manga, sentai (Japanese
live-action superhero team) and related shows and movies. If both the game and
show are based on something else, such as Lodoss, I still count it.

Anything which started as a game and was made into anime or manga later, I list
separately at the end.  Japanese videogame magazines often serialize game-
based manga, which later gets published in collections like other manga; I
have no real way to find out what most of these are.  I've listed what I know,
but it's only a fraction of what's out there.

I'm not listing computer games, even when a game was on a computer before
it was on a game machine.  Please don't write to me about the omission.

DISCLAIMER:  Because this list relies heavily on non-primary sources, I can't
vouch for their complete accuracy.  Use this as a guide only.  Thanks!  Also,
a lot of the N/As are guesses--it's hard to prove something _doesn't_ exist.
There are about 100-105 yen to the dollar as of this writing.  Remember that
the next time you see a company offering a 2800 yen game for $50.

The compatibility notes listed below mean the following:
    Compatible: no compatibility problem.
    Cosmetic: the games are compatible if you remove non-functional plastic
parts from your machine.  If you want to avoid voiding your warranty, you can
buy "adapters" that just extend the cartridge slot.
    Hardware: Requires a hardware modification to let your machine run games
from the wrong country.  (Or maybe a Game Shark or similar tool.)
    Language: Requires a hardware modification to switch between different
country versions, but games won't necessarily refuse to run if you have the
"wrong" machine.  (Usually, they switch Japanese/English languages if they
do anything unusual at all.)  Of course, they _can_ refuse to run, and a
handful of Genesis/MD games act this way; I've listed this information for
Mega Drive games where it's known.  (Sometimes an adaptor exists that can be
used instead of this switch.)
    The method of building a language switch for the Game Gear or Sega Master
System is unknown.
    Adaptor: self-explanatory.

Japanese system      North American system  Compatibility
---------------      ---------------------  -------------
Gameboy              Gameboy                Compatible.
Gameboy Color        Gameboy Color          Compatible (?)
Gameboy Advance      Gameboy Advance        Unknown.
Famicom              NES                    Adaptor.
Famicom Disk System  N/A                    N/A
Super Famicom        Super NES              Cosmetic (Japanese/N. America only)
					    Adaptor (European/non-European)
Sufami Turbo         ?                      ? ***
Virtual Boy          Virtual Boy            Compatible.
Nintendo 64          Nintendo 64            Cosmetic.

PC Engine/Coregrafx  Turbografx-16          Adaptor (Japan in US machine)
					    Hardware (US in Japanese machine)
PC Engine CD/SCD/Duo TG-16 CD/SCD/Duo       Compatible.
PC-FX                N/A                    N/A

FM Towns Marty (this is based on a computer system and I am not including it.)

Game Gear            Game Gear              Language.
Sega SG-1000/Mark 3  Sega Master System     Language.
[Mark 3 and SG-1000 weren't completely compatible.  I think Mark 3 had a FM
synthesis chip.]
Mega Drive           Genesis                Cosmetic and Language.
Mega CD              Sega CD                Adaptor.
(32X)                (32X)                  (Language.)
SegaSaturn           Sega Saturn            Adaptor or Hardware.
Dreamcast            Dreamcast              Hardware.

Neo-Geo              Neo-Geo                Language.
(Neo-Geo CD)         (Neo-Geo CD)           (Language.)
(Neo-Geo Pocket)     N/A                    N/A
Neo-Geo Pocket Color Neo-Geo Pocket Color   Unknown.

CD-I                 CD-I                   Compatible.

3DO                  3DO                    Compatible.**

Sony Playstation     Sony Playstation       Hardware.*
Sony Playstation 2   Sony Playstation 2     Probably not.

Bandai Playdia       N/A                    N/A

Wonder Swan          N/A                    N/A
Wonder Swan color    N/A                    N/A

(Pippin)             (Pippin)               (Unknown.)

(Lynx)               (Lynx)                 (Compatible.)
(Jaguar)             (Jaguar)               (Compatible.)

(Nuon)               (Nuon)                 (Unknown.)

* Sometimes you can play incompatible Playstation games by booting with a
game from the proper country and switching CDs afterwards, if you make the
machine think the drive is still closed.  This often causes problems with the
music, and only works on early machines.  There are other, more difficult,
swap tricks possible on later machines.  You can replace the ROM in your
machine or get a special chip inserted to be able to play everything.

** Japanese 3DO machines contain a ROM with kanji characters, which American
machines don't; any game using it won't run on an American machine.  This is
a rare case where games are honestly incompatible rather than because of a
company's marketing strategy.  Luckily, the problem is rare (none of the games
in this list have it.)

*** I hadn't heard of the Sufami Turbo until I saw it on an anime video game
page.  It seems to be an add-on to the Super Famicom.  I _suspect_ it'll work
in a SNES, but I really don't know.

densetsu, -den: legend
gaiden: side story
gokuraku: heaven, paradise
monogatari: story
OAV, OVA: original animation video
senshi: fighter
shin: new, true (these are written in different ways)
			     *The Games*

Note: date is a recent addition; a lot of dates are still missing.

"Digital Comic"/"Adventure Game": This type of game is almost unknown in the
US (though I think it did start here, with "Infocomics").  It's basically a
semi-animated comic book/anime hybrid where the player chooses the next step
off of a menu.  Think Snatcher.  The amount of animation can vary greatly and
is generally much larger on modern systems.
ACE WO NERAE! (Aim for the Ace!)
	Super Famicom, "Ace wo Nerae!", N/A
	Telenet Japan, 12/24/93, Y9400

	PC-FX, "Ah! My Goddess!", N/A
	NEC, 12/12/97, Y8000
	(Adventure Game)

	Arcade, "Quiz AH! MY GODDESS! ~Tatakau tsubasa(?) totomoni~", N/A
	Sega/Wow Entertainment Inc./Kodansha, 5/00
	(Adventure/Quiz Game)

	Dreamcast, "Quiz AH! MY GODDESS! ~Tatakau tsubasa(?) totomoni~", N/A
	Sega/WOW, HDR-0105, 11/30/00, Y5800
	Sega/WOW, HDR-0123, 11/30/00, Y8800 (with stamp set, sticker, figure,
	    cushion, bonus GD-Rom features Ah! My Goddess movie commercial and
	    voice actress data file)
	(Adventure/Quiz Game)
	Port of the arcade game

AKAZUKIN CHACHA (Red Riding Hood Chacha)
	Super Famicom, "Akazukin Chacha", N/A
	Tomy, 1996, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	PC-FX, "Akazukin Chacha - Osawagase! Panic Race!", N/A
	NEC, 10/25/96, Y7800
	(Board Game)

	THQ planned American-only Akira games for the SNES, Genesis, and Sega
	CD.  These were cancelled in early 1995.

	Famicom, "Akira", N/A
	Taito, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	CD^32, N/A, "Akira"
	Ice, L30
	(Action Game)
	This is a British game for the CD^32, which is basically an Amiga 1200
	with a CD drive and no keyboard (Commodore died before the CD^32 was
	released in the USA.)  The one review I saw of this game _really_
	savaged it.

	Nintendo 64, "Akira" (?), N/A

	Super Famicom, "Appleseed Prometheus no Shintaku (Appleseed
	    Prometheus's oracle)", N/A
	Visit, 1994, Y9800
	(Action Game)

	Arcade, "Area 88", "UN Squadron"
	Capcom, 8/89
	(Shooting Game)

	Super Famicom, "Area 88", "UN Squadron"
	Capcom, 7/26/91, Y8500
	(Shooting Game)
	Adapted directly from the arcade version.

	Super Famicom, "Armored Trooper Votoms" (?), N/A
	Takara, Y???
	(3D Fighting Game)

	Playstation, "Armored Trooper Votoms Gaiden Blue Knight Berserga
	    Story", N/A
	Takara, SLPS 00981, 10/30/97, Y9800 (limited edition, comes with
	Takara, SLPS 00982, 10/30/97, Y5800
	(Polygon Fighting Game)

	Playstation, "Armored Trooper Votoms Lightning Slash", N/A
	Takara, SCPS 01960, 3/18/99, Y9800 (limited edition with model)
	Takara, SCPS 01961, 3/18/99, Y5800
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Armored Trooper Votoms - Woodo.Kummen", N/A
	Takara, SLPS 01330, 4/2/98, Y9800 (limited edition, comes with a model
	    and card)
	Takara, SLPS 01331, 4/2/98, Y5800
	(3D Action Game)

	Playstation, "Armored Trooper Votoms -Steel Force-", N/A
	Takara, SLPS 02315, 9/30/99, Y6800
	Takara, SLPS 02313~4, 9/30/99, Y6800 (limited edition with Brave Saga 2
	    data disk)
	(Strategy Game)

	Super Famicom, "Ashita no Joe", N/A
	Kei Amuzement, 11/27/92, Y8900

	Neo Geo, "Ashita no Joe Densetsu", "Legend of Success Joe"

	Playstation, "Aura Battler Dunbine", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02390, 3/4/00, Y6800

	Saturn, "Bakuretsu Hunter", N/A
	Aimax (?), 4/26/96, Y8800
	(Adventure Game)

	Saturn, "Bakuretsu Hunter R", N/A
	King Record, T-24903G (KIRZ 9), 8/8/97, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Bakuretsu Hunter: Sorezore no omoi ... nowaan chatte",
	Banpresto, SLPS 00718, 4/11/97, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Bakuretsu Hunter Mahjong Special", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 00541, 10/25/96, Y5800

	Super Famicom, "Bastard!  Ankoku no Hakai-shin", N/A
	Cobra Team, 1994, Y???
	(Pseudo-3D Fighting/Action Game)
	This has gotten some bad reviews.

	Playstation, "Bastard!", N/A
	Seta/Shueisha Publishing, SLPS 00542, 12/27/96, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Dreamcast, "Berserk", "Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage"
	YUKE'S/ASCII Corporation, T-2101M, 12/99, Y???
	(3D action/adventure)

	PC Engine, "Bikkuriman World", N/A
	Hudson, 10/30/87, Y4500
	(Action Game)

	PC Engine CD, "Bikkuriman Daijikai", N/A
	Hudson, 12/23/88, Y4980
	(Quiz Game)

	Famicom, "Bikkuriman World Gekitou Seisenshi", N/A
	Hudson, 7/27/90, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Super Bikkuriman: Densetsu no [kanji]", N/A
	Interbec/Toho, 12/11/??, Y3800
	(Fighting Game)
	[Are there two SNES games?]

	Dreamcast, "Bikkuriman 2000 viva! festiva!", N/A
	Sega toys, T-41801M, 5/2/00, Y4800

	Neo Geo Pocket Color, "Bikkuriman 2000 viva! Pocket festiva!", N/A
	Sega toys, T-41801M, 3/16/00, Y3800

	Gameboy Color, "Bikkuriman 2000 Charging Card GB", N/A
	Imagineer, 6/10/00, Y3980
	(Card game)
	Limited edition with card

	Wonder Swan Color, "Kakutouryouridensetsu Bistro Recipe ~Wonder Battle
	    hen~", N/A
	Banpresto, SWJ-BPR002, 9/30/99, Y3980
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Kakutouryouridensetsu Bistro Recipe gekitou food &
	    battle hen", N/A
	Banpresto, DMG-AWRJ, 1999, Y???
	Banpresto, 778915, 10/1/00, Y1000
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Kakutouryouridensetsu Bistro Recipe gekitou
	    bisutogarumu(?) hen", N/A
	Banpresto, DMG-A2WJ, 1999, Y???
	Banpresto, 721263, 12/1/00, Y1000
	(Role-Playing Game)

	PC Engine, "Blue Blink (Aoi Blink)", "Blue Blink"
	Hudson, 4/27/90, Y5800
	(Action Game)

	Saturn, "Blue Seed [kanji]", N/A
	Sega, 6/23/95, Y5800
	(Role-Playing Game)
	This game is available at discount prices and is not well-liked. 
	Theoretically a RPG, it is really more of a full motion video game.

	Playstation, "BOYS BE...", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 00779, 3/28/97, Y5800
	(Adventure/Romance sim)

	Arcade, "Bravoman", N/A
	Based on a manga series.  Released in 1988.

	PC Engine, "[kanji] Bravoman", "Bravoman"
	Namco, Y6800

	PC Engine, "Bubblegum Crash!", N/A
	Naxat, 12/6/91, Y7200
	(Adventure. It mainly features Nene, and you are part of the ADPolice,
	with Daily and Leon running around.  I muddled through without knowing
	_too_ much Japanese, but knowing more would help a lot.)

	Famicom, "Takahashi Meijin no Bugtte Honey", N/A
	Hudson Soft, 6/5/87, Y5500
	(Action Game)
	Based on an anime based on Hudson Soft's games.

	Famicom, "Captain Tsubasa Part 1", N/A
	Tecmo, 1988, Y5500
	(Cinematic soccer game)

	Famicom, "Captain Tsubasa Part 2 Super Striker", "N/A (?)"
	Tecmo, 1990, Y6900
	(Cinematic soccer game)
	Possibly released in the US as "Tecmo Soccer", but this isn't

	Super Famicom, "Captain Tsubasa Part 3: Challenge of Kaiser", N/A
	Tecmo, 7/17/92, Y8900
	(Cinematic soccer game)

	Gameboy, "Captain Tsubasa VS", N/A
	Tecmo, 1992, Y4200
	(Cinematic soccer game)

	Super Famicom, "Captain Tsubasa Part 4: Pro's Rivals", N/A
	Tecmo, 1993, Y9700
	(Cinematic soccer game?)

	Super Famicom, "Captain Tsubasa Part 5", "Boy's Soccer Team 5"
	Tecmo, 1994, Y9980
	(Action/Cinematic soccer game)

	Super Famicom, "Captain Tsubasa J: The Way to World Yourh", N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y???

	Gameboy, "Captain Tsubasa J: Zengoku Seiha he no Chousen", N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y???
	(Action/Cinematic Soccer Game)

	Playstation, "Captain Tsubasa J: All Japan New Generation", N/A
	???, Y5800

	Playstation, "Captain Tsubasa J: Get in the Tomorrow", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00310, 5/3/96, Y5800
	(3D Action/Cinematic Soccer Game)

	Nelvana owns the US TV rights to this show.  It is being shown as

	Playstation/Pocketstation, "Animetic Story Game 1 Card Captor Sakura",
	Arika, SLPS 01830~1, 8/5/99, Y6300
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation/Pocketstation, "Cardcaptor Sakura Clow Card Magic", N/A
	Arika, SLPS 02560, 1/27/00, Y7980 (limited edition with
	Arika, SLPS 02561, 1/27/00, Y4800

	Wonder Swan, "Cardcaptor Sakura ~Sakura to fushigi na clow card~", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN01A, 12/2/99, Y3800
	("Growth RPG")

	Gameboy Color, "Cardcaptor Sakura Itsumo Sakura-chan to Issho", N/A
	(Realtime adventure)

	Playstation, "TETRIS with Cardcaptor Sakura Eternal Heart", N/A
	Arika, SLPS 02886, 8/10/00, Y5800

	Gameboy Color, "Cardcaptor Sakura 2(?)", N/A
	MTO, Y???

	DC/VMU, "Cardcaptor Sakura Tomoyo no video daisakusen", N/A
	Sega Rosso/Sega, HDR-0115, 12/28/00, Y5800
	Sega Rosso/Sega, HDR-0132, 12/28/00, Y8800 (limited version with
	    pillow, wall clock, hot cake set)
	(3d video shooting/puzzle)

	(An obscure Japanese manga that you probably don't care about.)

	Playstation, "Chess Player of the Moon (Gekka no kishi ~Ouryuusen~)",
	Banpresto, SLPS 00421, 9/13/96, Y5800
	(Japanese chess)

	Saturn, "Chess Player of the Moon (Gekka no kishi ~Ouryuusen~)", N/A
	Banpresto, 11/22/96, Y5800
	(Japanese chess)

	Super Famicom, "Chibi Marukochan Harikiri 365 Days", N/A
	Epoch, 12/13/91, Y8800
	(Board Game)

	PC Engine, "Chibi Marukochan Quiz de Pihyara", N/A
	Namco, 1/10/92, Y6800

	Mega Drive, "Chibi Marukochan Wakuwaku Shopping, N/A
	Namco, 1/14/92, Y6000

	Super Famicom, "Chibi Marukochan: Mezase! Minami no Island!", N/A
	Konami, 1995, Y???
	(Contains several mini-games)

	Gameboy, "Chibi Marukochan okodukai daisakusen!", N/A
	Takara, 1990, Y3400

	Gameboy, "Chibi Marukochan 2", N/A
	Takara, Y3800
	(Adventure Game)

	Gameboy, "Chibi Marukochan 3", N/A
	Takara, Y3800
	(Miscellaneous; contains 11 mini-games)

	Gameboy, "Chibi Marukochan 4 kore ga nihon dayo! ouji-sama", N/A
	Takara, DMG-C4J, 1992, Y3800
	Takara, 325015, 11/1/00, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Miscellaneous; contains 9 mini-games)

	Gameboy, "Chibi Marukochan Maruko Deluxe gekijou", N/A
	Takara, DMG-ACMJ, 1995, Y3900
	Takara, 014109, 11/1/00, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Action/6 mini-games)

	Neo-Geo, "Chibi Marukochan Quiz", N/A
	(Quiz Game)

	Playstation, "Chibi Marukochan Marukochan Enikki World", N/A
	Takara, SLPS 00166, 12/22/95, Y4800
	(Adventure Game)

	Saturn, "Chibi Marukochan no Taisen Pazuru Dama", N/A
	KCE Tokyo/Konami, VS026, 12/15/95, Y5800
	(Puzzle Game)

	PC Engine, "City Hunter", N/A
	SunSoft SS90001, 3/2/90, Y6300
	(Action Game)

	PC Engine CD, "Cobra Koku Ryu O no Densetsu", N/A
	Hudson, 3/31/89, Y5980
	(Adventure Game)

	PC Engine CD, "Cobra II Densetsu no Otoko", N/A
	Hudson, 6/7/91, Y6500
	(Adventure Game)

	Sega CD, ???, "The Space Adventure"
	Hudson, $20
	(Adventure Game)
	This is a port of the first PC Engine game.  I have no idea if there is
	a Japanese Mega CD version of this (it probably doesn't matter).  It's
	one of the last Sega CD games, and apparently never was released at a
	price higher than $20.

	Playstation, "Space Adventure Cobra: The Shooting", N/A
	Takara, SLPS 00312, 11/22/96, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Space Adventure Cobra: The Psychogun volume 1", N/A
	Sony, SCPS 19001, 1/22/98, Y2000
	(Digital Comic)

	Playstation, "Space Adventure Cobra: The Psychogun volume 2", N/A
	Sony, SCPS 19002, 1/22/98, Y2000
	(Digital Comic)

	Playstation, "Space Adventure Cobra: Galaxy Nights", N/A
	Sony, SCPS 19005, 2/18/99, Y2000
	(Digital Comic)

	Playstation, "Cowboy Bebop", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 01126, 5/14/98, Y5800
	(3d Shooting Game)

	There is a Hawaiian subtitle of the series airing in areas with large
	Japanese-American populations.

	Super Famicom, "Crayon Shin-chan [kanji]", N/A
	Bandai, 8/30/93, Y9500

	Mega Drive, "Crayon Shin-chan", N/A
	Bandai, Y???

	Gameboy, "Crayon Shin-chan ~Ora to Shiro wa Otomodachi da yo", N/A
	Bandai, 1993, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Gameboy, "Crayon Shin-chan 4: Ora Noitazura Daihenshin", N/A
	Bandai, 1994, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Crayon Shin-chan 2: Daimaou no Gyakushuu", N/A
	Bandai, 1994, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Sufami Turbo, "Crayon Shin-chan Nagagutsu Dobon!", N/A
	Bandai, 1996, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Arcade, "Quiz Crayon Shin-chan", N/A
	Taito, 1993

	Arcade, "Quiz Crayon Shin-chan ora to asobo", N/A
	Taito, 1994

	PC-FX, "Cutey Honey FX", N/A
	Data West/NEC Home Electronics, 11/10/95, Y8800
	(Adventure Game)

	PC Engine CD, "Cyber City Oedo 808 Kemono no Zokusei", N/A
	Masaya, 3/15/91, Y6500

	Super Famicom, "Cyber Formula", "Cyber Spin"
	Takara, SHVC-CF, Y???
	Racing Game

	Gameboy, "Cyber Formula", N/A
	Varie/Takara, 1992, Y???
	Racing Game

	Playstation, "Future GPX Cyber Formula", N/A
	Vap, SLPS 01958~9, 3/18/99, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

CYBER NINJA (see Mirai Ninja)

	There was a Hawaiian subtitle of this series airing in areas with large
	Japanese-American populations.  (I've seen an episode; the subtitles
	were really bad.)

	Mega CD, "Cyborg 009", N/A
	Telenet Japan, 7/30/93, Y7800
	(Action Game)
	I got a warning by email telling me this game sucks. :-)

	Super Famicom, "Cyborg 009", N/A
	Bec, 1994, Y8800
	(Action Game)
	I've gotten mixed comments on whether the game is good or bad.

	PC Engine, "Daichi-kun Crisis", N/A

DAIUNDOUKAI (BATTLE ATHLETESS, "Battle Athletes" in the US; one of the
    translators really should have figured out that "-ess" means something, and
    not deleted it.)
	Saturn, "Daiundoukai Battle Athletess", N/A
	Increment P Corp., T-24601G, Y???
	Technically, the game came first for this one, but it doesn't seem like
	typical game-based anime and they were probably both planned at the
	same time.

	Playstation, "Battle Athletess Daiundoukai Alternative", N/A
	AIC/Increment P Corp., SLPS 01133, 1/15/98, Y5800
	(Growth Simulation)

	Playstation, "Battle Athletess Daiundokai GTO", N/A
	AIC/Increment P. Corp., SLPS 01548, 1/14/99, Y5800
	(3D Racing)

	Playstation, "Major Wave Series Battle Athletess Daiundoukai
	    Alternative", N/A
	Hamster/Increment P. Corp., SLPM 86525, 5/25/00, Y1500
	(Growth Simulation)

	Playstation, "Major Wave Series Battle Athletess Daiundoukai GTO", N/A
	Hamster/Increment P. Corp., SLPM 86526, 7/27/00, Y1500
	(3d Racing)

	Playstation, "Detective Conan", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 01690, 11/19/98, Y5800
	Bandai, SLPS 91170, 11/18/99, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Adventure Game)

	Wonder Swan, "Detective Conan Majutsushi no chousenjo!", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN020, 8/5/99, Y3600
	(Adventure Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Detective Conan ~Karakuri jiin satsujin jiken~", N/A
	Banpresto, 2/25/00, Y4500
	(Adventure Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Detective Conan ~kigantou hihou densetsu~", N/A
	Banpresto, 3/31/00, Y4500
	(Adventure Game)

	Arcade, "Detective Conan Original Version", N/A

	Wonder Swan, "Detective Conan nishinomeitantei saidainogigi!?", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN027, 7/27/00, Y3800
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Detective Conan 3-nin no meisuiri", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02804, 8/10/00, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Mega CD, "Detonator Orgun", N/A
	Hot-B, 7/31/92, Y7800
	(Adventure Game)

	Mega CD, "Devastator", N/A
	Telenet Japan/Wolf Team, 5/28/93, Y7800
	(Action Game)

	[The games and anime were apparently planned at the same time.]

	Mega Drive, "Devil Hunter Yoko (the seven bells)", N/A
	NCS, 3/22/91, Y6500
	(Action Game)
	Not locked out.

	PC Engine CD, "Devil Hunter Yoko Makai kara no Tenkosei", N/A
	Masaya, 3/13/92, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	PC Engine SCD, "Devil Hunter Yoko [kanji]", N/A
	Masaya, 1/8/93, Y7200
	(Adventure Game)

	Famicom, "Devilman", N/A
	Namco, 1989, Y???

	Playstation, "Devilman", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02275, 4/13/00, Y5800

	Unknown, "Life Game of Digiko", N/A
	Takara, Y5800
	Due January 2000.

	Gameboy Color, "Mah-Jong Party of Digiko", N/A
	King Record, 12/8/00, Y3980

	Famicom Disk System, "Dirty Pair" (?), N/A

	Famicom, "Dodge Danpei", N/A
	Sunsoft, 3/28/92, Y6500
	(Dodgeball game)

	Famicom, "Dodge Danpei 2", N/A
	Sunsoft, 3/26/93, Y6800
	(Dodgeball game (?))

	Super Famicom, "Dodge Danpei", N/A
	Sunsoft, 7/31/92, Y8500
	(Dodgeball game)

	Gameboy, "Dodge Danpei", N/A
	Hudson Soft, 4/24/92, Y4500
	(Cinematic Dodgeball)

	PC Engine, "Dodge Danpei", N/A
	Hudson, 9/25/92, Y6500
	(Cinematic Dodgeball)

	Gameboy, "Doraemon", N/A
	Epoch Co., Ltd., 1991, Y???

	Gameboy, "Doraemon 2: Legend of Animal Planet", N/A
	Epoch Co., Ltd., 1992, Y???

	Famicom, "Doraemon", N/A
	Hudson, 12/13/86, Y5500
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Doraemon Gigazombie no Gyakushuu (Doraemon Gigazombie's
	    Counterattack)", N/A
	Epoch, 1990, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	PC Engine, "Doraemon Maze Strategy (Meikyuu Daisakusen)", "Crater Maze"
	Hudson, 10/31/89, Y4900
	(Puzzle Game)

	PC Engine, "Doraemon Nobita no Dorabian Night", N/A
	Hudson, 12/16/91, Y5800
	(Action Game)

	PC Engine SCD, "Doraemon Nobita no Dorabian Night", N/A
	Hudson, 5/29/92, Y4800
	(Action Game)
	This is a CD version of the previous game.

	Mega Drive, "Doraemon, The Dream Thief and the Seven Gozansu", N/A
	Sega, 3/26/93, Y6800
	(Action Game)
	Locked out.

	Super Famicom, "Doraemon Nobita to Yousei no Kuni", N/A
	Epic [kanji], 2/19/93, Y8000

	Mega CD, "Doraemon, The Dream Thief and the Seven Gozansu", N/A
	Sega, Y???
	(Action Game)
	Why do I list this name in English and the others in Japanese?  Good
	question.  Because I got this info from a magazine in English.  I hope
	this is actually a different game and not the same as the cartridge
	version above.

	Game Gear, "GG Doraemon Nara no Suke no Yabou", N/A
	Sega, 4/29/93, Y3500
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Doraemon 2: Nobita's Toys Land Adventure", N/A
	Epoch Co., Ltd., 1993, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Doraemon 3: Nobita and Time's Gem", N/A
	Epoch Co., Ltd., SHVC-4T, 1994, Y???
	Epoch Co., Ltd., 693693, 11/1/97, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Doraemon 4: Nobita and Moon Kingdom", N/A
	Epoch Co., Ltd., SHVC-AD4J, 1995, Y???
	Epoch Co., Ltd., 606740, 11/1/97, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Doraemon Nobita to Fukkatsu no Hoshi", N/A
	Epoch, SLPS 00233, 2/16/96, Y5800
	Epoch, SLPS 01726, 12/3/98, Y2800 (rerelease)

	Playstation, "Doraemon 2 SOS! Otogi no Kuni", N/A
	Epoch, SLPS 00628, 2/21/97, Y5800
	Epoch, SLPS 02369, 11/2/99, Y2800
	(Action Game)

	Nintendo 64, "Doraemon Nobita to 3-tsu no Seireiseki", N/A
	Epoch, 3/21/97, Y7980
	(Super Mario 64 Clone)

	Nintendo 64, "Doraemon 2: Nobita to Hikari no Shinden (Nobita and
	    Shrine of Light)", N/A
	Epoch, 12/11/98, Y6800
	(Action /Adventure)

	Gameboy, "Doraemon no GAMEBOY de asobou yo deluxe 10", N/A
	Epoch Co., Ltd., DMG-ADPJ, 1998, Y???
	Epoch Co., Ltd., 027502, 8/1/00, Y1000 (rerelease)

	Gameboy Color, "Doraemon kart", N/A
	Epoch Co., Ltd., DMG-ADRJ, 1998, Y???
	Epoch Co., Ltd., 030953, 8/1/00, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Racing Game)

	Game Boy Advance, "Doraemon"(?), N/A
	Asmik Ace Entertainment, Y???

	Playstation, "Doraemon 3 Makai no dungeon", N/A
	Epoch Co., Ltd., SLPS 03076, 12/14/00, Y5800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Nintendo 64, "Doraemon 3 Nobita no machi SOS!", N/A
	Epoch Co., Ltd., 7/28/00, Y6800
	(Action Game)

	Dreamcast, "Boku Doraemon", N/A
	Sega Toys, T-41802M, 1/25/01, Y5800
	(Adventure/growth sim)

	Wonder Swan Color, "Pocket no chuu(?) no Doraemon", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BANC??, 3/00 (?), Y4300
	(Growth communication?)

	PC Engine, "Download", N/A
	NEC Avenue, 6/22/90, Y6800
	(Shooting Game)

	PC Engine SCD, "Download 2", N/A
	NEC Avenue, 3/29/91, Y6800
	(Shooting Game)
	Both the OAV and games are based on a novel named Devil's Circuit.

	The show was broadcast dubbed in the US starting Fall 1995, and then
	Dragonball Z started in Fall 1996 (skipping 140 episodes).  There was a
	Hawaiian subtitle which also aired in other areas with large
	Japanese-American populations; the subtitles ended with DBZ #104. 
	There are US DBZ games planned for the PSX, PSX2, and Color Gameboy for

	Famicom, "Dragonball: The Mystery of Shenlong", "Dragon Power"
	Bandai, 11/86, Y???
	(Action Game)
	The US version is censored and has several renamed characters.

	Famicom, "Dragonball: The Resurrection of the Demon King", N/A
	Bandai, 8/88, Y???
	(Roleplaying Game with "battle cards")

	Famicom, "Dragonball 3: The Story of Goku (Gokuden)", N/A
	Bandai, 10/89, Y???
	(Roleplaying Game with "battle cards")

	Famicom, "Dragonball Z: Attack of the Saiyajins", N/A
	Bandai, 10/90, Y???
	(Roleplaying Game with "battle cards")

	Famicom, "Dragonball Z 2: Freeza, the Planet Destroyer" (?), N/A
	Bandai, 8/91, Y???
	(Roleplaying Game with "battle cards")

	Famicom, "Dragonball Z 3: Hot Battle! The Androids", N/A
	Bandai, 8/92, Y???
	(Roleplaying Game with "battle cards")

	Famicom, "Dragonball Z: World Fighting Tournament (Kekitou Tenkaichi
	    Budoukai)", N/A
	Bandai, 12/92, Y???
	("Barcode" Fighting Game)

	Famicom, "Dragonball Z Side Story: The Plan to Destroy Saiyajins", N/A
	Bandai, 8/93, Y???
	(Roleplaying Game with "battle cards")

	Super Famicom, "Dragonball Z: The Legendary Supersaiyajin", N/A
	Bandai, SHVC-DB, 1/25/92, Y9500
	(Roleplaying Game with "battle cards")

	Super Famicom, "Dragonball Z: Super Butoden", N/A
	Bandai SHVC-Z2, 3/20/93, Y9800
	(Fighting Game)
	[EGM mistakenly called this "Futoden" and the error has spread.  Exists
	as a French version titled "Dragonball Z".]

	Super Famicom, "Dragonball Z: Super Butoden 2", N/A
	Bandai SHVC-EF, 12/93, Y???
	(Fighting Game)
	[Exists as a French version titled "Dragonball Z: La Legende Saten".]

	Super Famicom, "Dragonball Z: Super Butoden 3", N/A
	Bandai, SHVC-AZ4J-JPN, 9/94, Y???
	(Fighting Game)
	[Exists as a French version titled "Dragonball Z: Ultime Menace".]

	Super Famicom, "Dragonball Z: Super Goku Den", N/A
	Bandai, 3/95, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Dragonball Z: Super Son Goku Den 2", N/A
	Bandai, 9/95, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Dragonball Z Hyper Dimension", N/A
	Bandai, SHVC-AZIJ-JPN, 3/29/96, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	Gameboy, "Dragonball Z: Goku Hishouden", N/A
	Bandai, 11/94, Y4800
	(Role-Playing Game)
	[Omitted listing in Game On! USA #7]

	Gameboy, "Dragonball Z: Goku Gekitouden (Encounter with Rivals)", N/A
	Bandai, 8/95, Y5800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Mega Drive, "Dragonball Z: Bu-Yuu-Retsu-Den", N/A
	Bandai, 4/94, Y???
	(Fighting Game)
	[Exists as a French version titled Dragonball Z: L'Appel Du Destin]

	PC Engine SCD, "Dragonball Z: Legend of the Great Son Goku", N/A
	Bandai BNCD4001, 11/94, Y???
	(Fighting game??)

	Playdia, "Dragonball Z: Shin Saiyajin Zetsu Metsu Keikaku (The Real
	    Plan to Destroy Saiyajins)", N/A
	Bandai, 9/94, Y4800
	(Interactive animation)

	Playdia, "Dragonball Z: Shin Saiyajin Zetsu Metsu Keikaku part 2", N/A
	Bandai, 12/94, Y4800
	(Interactive animation)

	Arcade, "Dragonball Z", N/A
	(Fighting Game)

	Arcade, "Dragonball Z 2 Super Battle", N/A
	(Fighting Game)

	Arcade, "Dragonball Z VR VS", N/A
	(First-Person Fighting Game)

	Playstation, "Dragonball Z: Ultimate Battle 22", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00073, 7/28/95, Y5800
	Bandai, SLPS 91017, 12/6/96, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Fighting Game)
	There is a European PAL version of this title.

	Playstation, "Dragonball Z: The Great Dragonball Legend", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00355, 5/31/96, Y5800
	Bandai, SLPS 91035, 6/27/97, Y2800
	(3D Fighting Game)

	Saturn, "Dragonball Z: Shin-bu-toh-den" (Great Fighting Story), N/A
	Bandai, T-13302G, 11/15/95, Y6800
	(Fighting Game)
	[Saturn version of Ultimate Battle 22.  Allows all 27 characters
	without using a cheat code.]

	Saturn, "Dragonball Z: The Great Dragonball Legend", N/A
	Bandai, 5/24/96, Y5800
	Bandai, 6/20/97, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(3D Fighting Game)
	[Same as the PSX version]

	Playstation, "Dragonball Final Bout", "Dragonball GT Final Bout"
	Bandai, SLPS 00949, 8/21/97, Y5800
	Bandai, SLPS 91079, 7/23/98, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Polygon Fighting Game)
	A number of reviews say this isn't very good as a game.  Pity.

	Pippin, "Anime Designer Dragonball Z", N/A
	Bandai, 7/18/96, Y5800
	(Digital rubber stamp set)

	PC Engine SCD (?), "Dragon Half" (?), N/A
	Microcabin, Y???
	(Board Game)

	PC Engine CD, "Efira and Jiliora: The Emblem from Darkness", N/A
	Brain Grey, 12/13/91, Y7500
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Neo-Geo, "Super 8Man", "Super 8Man"
	SNK/Pallas, 1991, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Saturn, "Mysterious World El Hazard" (?), N/A
	Pioneer LDC, T-22202G, 8/9/96, Y6900
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "The Vision of Escaflowne", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 01014, 9/25/97, Y7800 (deluxe with tarot card and mook)
	Bandai, SLPS 01015, 9/25/97, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	Gameboy, "Taiyou no yuusha Fighbird GB", N/A
	Irem, 1991, Y???
	(Shooting Game)

	Famicom, "Taiyou no Yuusha Fighbird", N/A
	Irem, 1992, Y???
	(Shooting Game)

	Super Famicom, "Fortune Quest", N/A
	Zamuse, Y???
	A board-game-like game.  Possibly to have a Playstation version.

	Playstation, "Funky Gatsuman", N/A
	Reported in Game On! USA as a manga-based game.

FUSHIGI NO UMI NO NADIA (Nadia; Secret of Blue Water)
	Famicom, "Fushigi no Umi no Nadia", N/A
	Toho, 1991, Y???
	(Strategy Game)

	Mega Drive, "Fushigi no Umi no Nadia", N/A
	Namco, 3/19/91, Y6500
	(Role-Playing Game)
	Not locked out.

	PC Engine SCD, "Fushigi no Umi no Nadia", N/A
	Hudson, 1/29/93, Y6800
	(Digital Comic)

	PC Engine, "Future Boy Conan", N/A
	Telnet Japan, 2/28/92, Y7200
	(Action Game, with enough Japanese voice and text to be annoying if you
	don't understand it, though you don't really _need_ to know it.)

	There is a Hawaiian subtitle of the entire series which may possibly
	have been aired in other areas with large Japanese-American

	Arcade, ???, "Galaxy 999"
	Laserdisc game.  I don't know if it existed in Japan.

	Arcade, ???, "Freedom Fighter"

	CD-I, ???, "Escape from Cyber City"
	Fathom Pictures, ???, Y???
	Same as the Freedom Fighter arcade game

	Mega CD, "Galaxy Express 999", N/A
	Nihon Telenet, Y???

	Famicom Disk System, "Gall Force" (?), N/A

	Playstation/Pocketstation, "The Gambling Apocalypse KAIJI", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 02749, 5/25/00, Y5800

	Famicom, "Ganbare Goemon 2", N/A
	Konami, 1989, Y???

	Famicom, "Ganbare Goemon Gaiden kieta ougon kiseru", N/A
	Konami, 1990, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Famicom, "Goemon: Karakuri Douchuu, N/A
	Konami, 1986, Y???

	Famicom, "Ganbare Goemon Gaiden 2 tenka no zaihou", N/A
	Konami , 1992, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Ganbare Goemon Yuki hime kyuushuutsu emaki", "Legend of
	    the Mystical Ninja"
	Konami, 1991, Y???
	(Action/RPG Game)
	Goemon is renamed to "Mr. Ying" and Ebisumaru to "Dr. Yang" in the US

	Super Famicom, "Ganbare Goemon 2 kiteretsu shougun Maginessu", N/A
	Konami, 1993, Y???
	(Action/RPG Game)

	Super Famicom, "Ganbare Goemon 3 Shishijuurokubeeno
	    karakurimanjikatame", N/A
	Konami, SHVC-2U, 7/9/94, Y8800
	Konami, 398764, 11/1/97, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Action/RPG Game)

	Super Famicom, "Ganbare Goemon ~Kirakira Douchuu~: Boku ga Dancer ni
	    natta riyuu", N/A
	Konami, SHVC-A4GJ, 12/15/95, Y???
	Konami, 468959, 11/1/97, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Action Game/minigames)

	Super Famicom, "Ganbare Goemon: Soreyuke Ebisumaru ~Karakuri meiro~",
	Konami, 1996, Y???
	Konami, ????, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Puzzle Game)

	Playstation, "Ganbare Goemon Uchuukaizoku Akogingu", N/A
	Konami, SLPS 00217, 3/22/96, Y5800
	Konami, VX011-J2(SLPM 86030), 3/20/97, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Action Game)

	Nintendo 64, "Ganbare Goemon ~Neo Momoyama Bakufu no Odori~'" (Neo
	    Peach Mountain Shogunate's dance), "Mystical Ninja -- Starring
	KSE Osaka/Konami, RZ005-J1, 8/7/97, Y8900
	(3D Action/RPG)

	Super Famicom, "Gokujyou Parodius (Ultimate Parodius)", N/A
	Konami, SHVC-AGPJ, 1994, Y???
	Konami, 468894, 11/1/97, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Shooting Game)
	Based on the arcade version, but Goemon and Ebisumaru are playable
	characters.  (A previous version of the FAQ listed all Ultimate
	Parodius games here; I've since been corrected.)

	Gameboy, "Ganbare Goemon ~Kurofunetou no nazo~" (Mystery of Black Ship
	    Party)", "Mystical Ninja -- Starring Goemon"
	Konami, RK139, 12/4/97 (4/98 US), Y3980

	Gameboy, "Ganbare Goemon Sarawareta Ebisumaru", N/A
	Konami, 12/22/91, Y3689

	Playstation, "Konami Antiques MSX Collection Volume 3", N/A
	KCE Tokyo/Konami, VX122-J1(SLPM 86072), 3/19/98, Y4800
	(Collection of MSX games including Parodius)

	Famicom, "Konami Wai Wai World", N/A
	Konami, 1988, Y???
	(Shooting Game)
	Goemon and Ebisumaru appear as characters.

	Famicom, "Konami Wai Wai World 2 SOS!! Parsley jyou", N/A
	Konami, Y???
	(Action Game)
	Goemon and Ebisumaru appear as characters.

	Saturn, "Konami Antiques MSX Collection Ultra Pack", N/A
	Konami, VS120-J1, 7/23/98, Y3800
	(Collection of MSX games including Parodius)

	Playstation, "Ganbare Goemon ~Kurunarakoi! Ayashigeikka no kuroikage~",
	Konami, VX085-J1(SLPM 86155), 12/23/98, Y5800
	(3D Action Game)

	Nintendo 64, "Ganbare Goemon ~Dero Dero Douchuu Obake tenko mori~",
	    "Goemon's Great Adventure"
	Konami, RZ021, 12/23/98, Y7800
	(Action Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Ganbare Goemon ~Tengutou no Gyakushuu~", N/A
	KCE Japan West/Konami, RK182-J1(DMG-AGUJ), 1/14/99, Y4300
	KCE Japan West/Konami, 798967, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Role-Playing Game)

	N64, "Goemon Mononoke Sugoroku", N/A
	KCE Kobe/Konami, RZ030-J1, 12/25/99, Y7800
	(Card battler/board game)

	Gameboy Color, "Ganbare Goemon ~Mononoke Douchuu Tobidase
	    nabe(?)bugyou!~", N/A
	KCE Kobe/Konami, RK192-J1, 12/16/99, Y4500
	(Growth/collect RPG)

	Gameboy, "Konami GB Collection VOL.2", N/A
	KCE Japan West/Konami, DMG-AJJJ, 1997, Y???
	KCE Japan West/Konami, 721654, Y1000 (rerelease)
	The Gameboy port of Ganbare Goemon is found in this game.

	Super Famicom, "Jikkyou Oshaberi Parodius ~forever with me~", N/A
	Konami, 12/15/95, Y???
	(Shooting Game)
	Used characters from Ganbare Goemon

	Saturn, "Jikkyou Oshaberi Parodius ~forever with me~", N/A
	KCE Osaka/Konami, 12/13/96, Y???
	(Shooting Game)
	???, Y4800
	Saturn port of the original game.

	Playstation, "Jikkyou Oshaberi Parodius ~forever with me~", N/A
	KCE Osaka/Konami, VX041-J1 (SLPM 86008), 12/20/96, Y???
	(Shooting Game)
	???, Y4800
	Playstation port of the original game.

	Gameboy Color, "Ganbare Goemon ~seikuushi(?) dynamites arawaru!!~", N/A
	KCE Kobe/Konami, RK234-J1, 12/21/00, Y4800
	(3d Action/RPG)

	Playstation 2, "Boukenjidaigatsugeki Goemon", N/A
	KCE Kobe/Konami, VW023-J1(SLPM 65014), 12/21/00, Y???
	(3d Action/RPG)

	Game Boy Advance, "Konami Wai Wai Racing Advance", N/A
	KCE Kobe/Konami, 3/21/01, Y???
	(Racing Game)
	Goemon appeared as a playable character.

	Playstation, "King of Braves Gaogaigar BLOCKADED NUMBERS", N/A
	Takara, SLPS 01980, 4/8/99, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	Famicom, "Gegege no Kitarou", "Ninja Kid"
	Bandai, Y4900
	(Action Game)
	Graphics changed for the US version.

	Famicom, "Gegege no Kitarou 2", N/A
	Bandai, Y5500
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Gegege no Kitarou Fukkatsu! Tenmadaiou", N/A
	Bandai, 2/5/93, Y8800
	(Action Game)

	Sufami Turbo, "Gegege no Kitarou youkai donjara", N/A
	Bandai, 1996, Y???

	Saturn, "Gegege no Kitarou Gendoukaikitan", N/A
	Bandai, T-13310G, 12/27/96, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Gegege no Kitarou", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00644, 1/24/97, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	PC Engine, "Genji Tsuushin Agedama", N/A
	NEC Home Electronics, 12/13/91, Y5800

	Playstation, "Getter Robot the Big Battle!", N/A
	Bandai Visual, SLPS 02232, 9/9/99, Y6800
	(Strategy Game)

	Playstation, "[kanji] Ghost in the Shell", "Ghost in the Shell"
	Sony, SLPS 10043, 7/17/97, Y5800
	(3D Shooter)

	PC Engine SCD, "Ghost Sweeper Mikami", N/A
	Banpresto, Y8800
	(Adventure Game)

	Super Famicom, "Ghost Sweeper Mikami" (?), N/A
	???, 1993, Y???

	Gameboy, "Go Go Ackman", N/A
	Banpresto, 1995, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Go Go Ackman", N/A
	Banpresto, 1994, Y???
	(Action Game)
	Based on a manga.

	Super Famicom, "Go Go Ackman 2", N/A
	Banpresto, 1995, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Go Go Ackman 3", N/A
	Banpresto, 12/15/95, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Golgo 13" (?), "Golgo 13"
	Vic Tokai Inc./Saito Pro., 1988, Y5700
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Golgo 13: Riddle of Icarus", "Golgo 13: The Mafat Conspiracy"
	Vic Tokai Inc./Saito Pro., 1990, Y???
	(Action Game)

	SG-1000, "Golgo 13" (?), N/A

	Playstation, "Golgo 13 Kaarairu(?) no Yabou", N/A
	Daiki, SLPS 01712, 11/26/98, Y2600
	(Digital Comic)
	Supposedly has a bilingual English/Japanese option.

	Playstation, "Golgo 13 Mienai Guntai", N/A
	Daiki, SLPS 01713, 11/26/98, Y2600
	(Digital Comic)
	Supposedly has a bilingual English/Japanese option.

	Playstation, "Youchien Garden Kareninaru Kajinokurabu DOUBLE DRAW", N/A
	Affect Co., Ltd., SLPS 03098, 12/21/00, Y3800
	Used characters from Golgo 13?

	Super Famicom, "Gon", N/A
	Bandai, 1994, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Tekken 3", "Tekken 3"
	Namco, 3/26/98, Y5800
	Namco, SLPS 91209, 8/24/00 (rerelease), Y???
	(3D fighting game.  Duuuuh.)
	[Gon is a hidden character in the home version, in either country.  The
	easiest way to get to play him is to enter your initials as "GON".]

	Supergrafx, "Mado-ou Grandzort", N/A
	Sunrise-R-NAS-NTV, HC90029, 4/6/90, Y6500
	(I have conflicting information; I've also been told that this is a
	sequel to the first PC Engine Wataru game.)

	Playstation 2, "Grappler Baki ~Baki saikyou retsuden~", N/A
	Tomy, SLPS 20038, 10/12/00, Y6800
	(Fighting Game)

GUDE CREST (See Efira and Jiliora)

	PC Engine SCD, "Gulliver Boy", N/A
	Hudson, 5/26/95, Y7800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Gulliver Boy", N/A
	Bandai, Y???

	Saturn, "Gulliver Boy", N/A
	Hudson, T-14303G, 3/22/95, Y6800
	(Roleplaying, same game as the PCE one)

	Famicom Disk System, "SD Gundam Gachapan Senshi" (?), N/A
	Yutaka, Y???
	(Simulation Game)

	Famicom, "SD Gundam Gachapan Senshi 2: Capsule Senki", N/A
	Yutaka, SHI-2G, Y???
	(Simulation Game)

	Famicom, "SD Gundam Gachapan Senshi 3: Eiyu Senki", N/A
	Yutaka, Y???
	(Simulation Game)

	Famicom, "SD Gundam Gachapan Senshi 4: Newtype Story", N/A
	Yutaka, Y???
	(Simulation Game)

	Famicom, "SD Gundam Gachapan Senshi 5: Battle of Universal Century",
	Yutaka, 12/22/??, Y6800
	(Simulation Game)

	Famicom, "Z Gundam Hot Scramble" (?), N/A
	Bandai, Y???
	(Shooting Game)

	Gameboy, "Gundam Arms: Operation Gundam", N/A
	Bandai, 5/18/91, Y3500
	(Action Game)

	Gameboy, "SD Gundam Kunitori", N/A
	(Strategy Game)

	Gameboy, "Shin SD Gundam Gaiden: Knight Gundam Story", N/A
	Bandai, 1994, Y???

	Gameboy, "Knight Gundam" (?), N/A
	[Is this the same as the above game?]

	Gameboy, "Knight Gundam 2" (?), N/A

	Gameboy, "SD Gundam" (?), N/A
	(Roleplaying Game [?])

	Gameboy, "SD Gundam Sengokuden 2", N/A
	Bandai, Y???

	Game Gear, "SD Gundam Winner's History", N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y???

	Famicom Disk System, "SD Gundam World", N/A
	Bandai, Y3300
	May or may not be the same as Gatchapon 1.

	Famicom Disk System, "SD Gundam World Map Collection", N/A
	Bandai, Y500
	Apparently for use with the above game; not a game on its own

	Super Famicom, "Kido Senshi Gundam F91: Formula Senki 0122", N/A
	Bandai, SHVC-GP, 7/6/91, Y9500

	Super Famicom, "Knight Gundam", N/A
	Angel/Bandai, Y???
	(Simulation Game)

	Super Famicom, "SD Gundam [kanji] Knight Gundam [kanji]", N/A
	Angel, 12/21/91, Y9500
	[Is this a duplicate entry?]

	Famicom, "SD Gundam Gundam Wars", N/A
	Bandai, Y2800
	(Simulation Game)
	May or may not be the same as Gatchapon 1.

	Super Famicom, "Super Gatchapon World SD Gundam X", N/A
	Yutaka, Y8500
	(Simulation Game)

	Super Famicom, "SD Gundam X", N/A
	Yutaka, 9/18/92, Y9500
	May or may not be the same as the above.

	Super Famicom, "Super Gatchapon World SD Gundam X 2", N/A
	Yutaka, Y???
	(Simulation Game)

	Super Famicom, "SD Gundam Gaiden 2: Entaku no Kishi (SD Gundam Side
	    Story 2: Knights of the Round Table)", N/A
	Yutaka, 12/18/92, Y9500
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Arcade, "Gundam Psycho Salamander" (?), N/A
	(Action Game)
	[And what about the home version of this?]

	Super Famicom, "SD Gundam Psycho Salamander 2", N/A
	Angel, Y8800
	(Action Game)

	Arcade, "SD Gundam" (?), N/A
	(Shooting Game)

	Super Famicom, "Z Gundam: Away to the Newtype", N/A
	Bandai, 1996, Y???
	(Strategic action game)

	Super Famicom, "V Gundam" (?), N/A
	Bandai, Y9800
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "SD [kanji] Gundam V [kanji]", N/A
	Angel, 9/12/92, Y7800

	Super Famicom, "SD Gundam Gatchapon X", N/A
	Bandai, Y9800
	(Simulation Game)

	Arcade, "Gundam Ex Revue", B/A
	(Fighting Game)

	Super Famicom, "G Gundam", N/A
	Bandai, Y9800
	(Fighting Game)

	Super Famicom, "Mobile Warrior Gundam" (?), N/A
	Bandai, Y9800
	(Simulation Game)

	Sufami Turbo, "SD Gundam Generations", N/A
	Bandai, 1996, Y???
	(Strategy Game)
	(Seems to be a series of six different games, none of whose titles I
	can translate)

	Playdia, "SD Gundam 10 Years Memory 1985-1994", N/A
	Bandai, Y???
	(CD-ROM based Gundam encyclopedia)

	Super Famicom, "Super Gatchapon SD Gundam Gnext", N/A
	Bandai, 6/23/95, Y12800
	(Strategy Game)

	Super Famicom, "Super Gatchapon SD Gundam Gnext Expansion Cart 1", N/A
	Bandai, Y2800
	For use with the previous game.
	(Strategy Game)

	Playstation, "Mobile Suit Gundam", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00035, 6/23/95, Y6800
	Bandai, SLPS 91011, 11/22/96, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Shooting Game)

	Playstation, "Mobile Suit Gundam Version 2.0", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00280, 3/29/96, Y6800
	Bandai, SLPS 91048, 3/19/98, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Shooting Game)

	Playstation, "Mobile Suit Gundam Version 2.0 Limited Edition", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00281, 3/29/96, Y9800
	(Shooting Game)
	Came with deluxe manual book.

	Playstation, "SD Gundam Over Galaxian", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00385, 6/28/96, Y4800
	(Vertical shooter (!))

	Pippin, "Gundam 0079: The War for Earth", N/A
	Presto Studios, Inc./Bandai Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd., Y???
	(Strategy/Action Game)

	Playstation, "Gundam 0079: The War for Earth", N/A
	Presto Studios, Inc./Bandai Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd., SLPS
	    00815~6, 5/2/97, Y7800
	Presto Studios, Inc./Bandai Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd., SLPS
	    45045~6, Y???
	(Strategy/Action Game)
	Was originally going to be released December 1996.  Finally available
	in 1997 in Japan; the US Playstation release has been cancelled.  You
	can order the PC or Mac version from Bandai.

	Playstation, "New SD Feudal Legend (Shin SD Sengokuden
	    Kidoumushataisen)", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00576, 12/20/96, Y6800 (limited edition, with model)
	Bandai, SLPS 00655, 12/20/96, Y5800
	(Strategy Game)

	Super Famicom, "Gundam Wing: Endless Duel", N/A
	Bandai, 3/29/96, Y7500
	(Fighting Game)

	Saturn, "Mobile Suit Gundam", N/A
	Bandai, 12/22/95, Y6800
	Bandai, 11/20/97, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Mobile Suit Gundam Perfect One Year War", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00920, 7/31/97, Y6800
	(Strategy/Action Game)

	Saturn, "Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story: Senritsu no Blue", N/A
	Bandai, 9/20/96, Y4800
	(3D Shooting Game)

	Saturn, "Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story II: Ao O Uketsugu Mono", N/A
	Bandai, 12/6/96, Y4800
	(3D Shooting Game)

	Saturn, "Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story III: Sai Kareshi Sha", N/A
	Bandai T13312-G, 3/8/97, Y4800
	(3D Shooting Game)

	Saturn, "Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story The Blue Destiny", N/A
	Bandai, 8/29/97, Y14400
	(Shooting Game; collects the above three games, plus Optional Guide)

	Saturn, "Mobile Suit Z Gundam Zenhen: Zeta no Kodou", N/A
	Bandai, T-13315G, 4/25/97, Y6800
	(Shooting Game)

	Saturn, "Mobile Suit Z Gundam Kouhen: Uchuu o Kakeru", N/A
	Bandai, 9/25/97, Y6800
	(Shooting Game)

	Playstation, "SD Gundam G Century", N/A
	Bandai SLPS 00785, 3/20/97, Y6800
	Bandai SLPS 91065, 6/25/98, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Action/Strategy Game)

	Playstation, "Gundam: The Battle Master", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00883, 6/20/97, Y6800
	(2D Fighting Game)

	Playstation, "Gundam: The Battle Master 2", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 01286, 3/12/98, Y6800
	(2D Fighting Game)

	Super Famicom, "SD Gundam Power Formation Puzzle", N/A
	Bandai, 1/26/96, Y7500
	(Puzzle Game)

	Super Famicom, "SD Gundam GNext Unit & Map Collection", N/A
	Bandai, 3/29/96, Y3800
	(Strategy Game)

	Gameboy, "SD Sengokuden", N/A
	Bandai, 3/24/90, Y3500
	(Simulation Game)

	Super Famicom, "SD Gundam: V Sakusen Shidou", N/A
	Angel, 1992, Y???
	(Shooting Game)

	Super Famicom, "SD Gundam 2", N/A
	Angel, 1993, Y???
	(Shooting Game)

	Saturn, "SD Gundam G Century S", N/A
	Bandai, 2/11/98, Y6800
	(Action/Strategy Game)

	Saturn, "Mobile Suit Gundam: Ghiren's Greed", N/A
	Bandai, T-13327G, 4/9/98, Y??? (limited edition with 'special liner
	Bandai, 4/9/98, Y6800
	(Strategy Game)

	Saturn, "Mobile Suit Gundam Ghiren's Greed Data Disc", N/A
	Bandai, T-13333G, 10/8/98, Y2800
	(Walkthrough for the strategy game)

	Playstation, "SD Gundam GGeneration", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 01560~1, 8/6/98, Y6800
	Bandai, SLPS 91133, 5/4/99, Y2800
	(Strategy Game)
	There is a special edition with a poster.

	Virtual Boy, "SD Gundam Dimension War", N/A
	Bandai, VUE-VSDJ-JPN, 12/22/95, Y5800

	Arcade, "SD Gundam Neo Battling", N/A
	Banpresto, 1993

	Playstation, "Mobile Suit Z-Gundam", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 01142~3, 12/11/97, Y7800
	(3D Shooting)

	Playstation, "Mobile Suit Gundam Char's Counterattack", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 01724, 12/17/98, Y6800
	(3D Action Game)
	There is a special edition with a T-shirt.

	Wonder Swan, "SD Gundam Emotional Jam", N/A
	Banpresto, SWJ-BAN006, 5/27/99, Y3800
	(Strategy Game)

	Wonder Swan, "Mobile Suit Gundam MSVS", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN015, 8/26/99, Y3800
	Bandai, SWJ-77A008, 3/23/00, Y6800 (rerelease with Earth Federation
	    colour Wonder Swan)
	Bandai, SWJ-77A009, 3/23/00, Y6800 (rerelease with Zeon colour Wonder
	(Real-time Strategy)

	Wonder Swan, "SD Gundam Gashapon senki Episode One", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN020, Y3200

	Playstation, "SD Gundam G Generation-0", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02200~2, 8/12/99, Y6980
	(Strategy Game)

	Dreamcast, "Gundam Side Story 0079 Rise From The Ashes", N/A
	Bandai, T-13301M, 8/26/99, Y6800 (limited edition with Gundam War
	    promotion card)
	Bandai, T-13302M, 8/26/99, Y6800
	(3D Shooting Game)

	Playstation, "Gundam Side Story 0079 Rise from the Ashes", N/A
	Bandai, Y???
	(3D Shooting Game)
	Port of the Dreamcast game.

	Dreamcast, "Gundam Side Story 0079 Rise from the Ashes Premium Disc",
	Bandai, 610-7160, N/A
	(3D Shooting Game)
	Port of the Dreamcast game.

	Playstation, "SD Gundam" (?), N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02200~2, 8/12/99, Y6980
	(Strategy Game)

	Playstation, "Mobile Suit Gundam Ghiren's Greed Blood of Zion", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02570~1, 2/3/00, Y6800
	(Strategy Game)

	Dreamcast, "Mobile Suit Gundam Ghiren's Greed Blood of Zion", N/A
	Bandai, T-13305M, 6/29/00, Y6800
	Port of the Playstation game.
	(Strategy Game)

	Dreamcast, "Mobile Suit Gundam Ghirem's Greed Blood of Zion Capture
	    Instruction Book", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02820, 6/29/00, Y2800
	Add-on to the above game, walkthrough, quiz, demo

	Pippin, "Gundam Virtual Modeler Light", N/A
	Bandai Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd., Y8800
	(Virtual modeller)
	Also for PC and Mac

	Pippin, "Mobile Suit Gundam Zion Dukedom Military-File", N/A
	Bandai Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd., 1997, Y6800
	Possibly an add-on?

	Wonder Swan, "SD Gundam GGeneration GATHER BEAT", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN030, 7/13/00, Y3800
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN031, 7/13/00, Y5300 (with Wonder Wave)
	(Strategy Game)

	PSX/Wonder Wave, "SD Gundam GGeneration-F", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02912~5, 8/3/00, Y7800
	(Strategy Game)

	PSX/Wonder Wave, "SD Gundam GGeneration-F Limited Edition", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02900~3, 8/3/00, Y9980 (with poster, model, binder,
	    calender, card holder)
	(Strategy Game)

	Playstation 2, "G-SAVIOUR ~G Sabre~", N/A
	Sunrise Interactive, SLPS 25009, 9/14/00, Y7800
	(3d shooting)

	Playstation 2, "Mobile Suit Gundam", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02520, 12/21/00, Y6800
	(3D Action)
	Based on the original series.

	Playstation 2, "Mobile Suit Gundam (???) (limited edition with
	    figure)", N/A
	Bandai, 12/21/00, Y???

	Wonder Swan Color, "MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM Vol.1 -SIDE7-", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BANC07, 2/1/01, Y4500

	Wonder Swan Color, "SD Gundam eiyuuden mushahen"(?), N/A
	???, 2/01 (?), Y???

	Wonder Swan Color, "SD Gundam eiyuuden kishihen"(?), N/A
	???, 2/01 (?), Y???

	Famicom, "Gunhed", N/A
	(Strategy Game?)

	PC Engine, "Gunhed", "Blazing Lasers"
	Hudson, 7/7/89, Y5800
	(Shooting Game)
	Apparently Gunhed for the PCE _was_ based on the Gunhed series.  I saw
	a screenshot of the Japanese version and it uses the Gunhed logo.  I
	still don't quite understand this, since the plots seem nothing alike.

GUNNM (Battle Angel)
	Playstation, "Gunnm: Kasei no Kioku (Martian Memory)", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 01408, 8/27/98, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)
	[Game On! USA, by Viz, listed this as "Battle Angel Alita" which, of
	course, is the name Viz used for the manga but is not actually the game

	Saturn, "Shichiseitoushin Guyferd Crown kaimetsu sakusen", N/A
	Capcom, T-1242G, 11/19/98, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Guyferd", N/A
	Capcom, SLPS 01619, 11/19/98, Y5800
	(Interactive Movie)

	Playstation, "Hajime no Ippo THE FIGHTING!", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 00945, 7/31/97, Y5800
	Kodansha, SLPS 91063, 5/28/98, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Growth sim/boxing)

	Playstation 2, "Hajime no Ippo VICTORIOUS BOXERS", N/A
	New Corporation/Entertainment Software Publishing, SLPS 25012,
	    12/14/00, Y6800
	(3d boxing)

	Saturn, "Hakaider", N/A
	Sega, Y???
	(Gun game--based on a live action series)

	Playstation, "Harlem Beat ~You're The One~", N/A
	KCE Japan East/Konami, VX140-J1(SLPM 86329), 10/28/99, Y5800

	Arcade, ???, "Bega's Battle"
	(Laserdisc game.  I don't know if it existed in Japan.)

	Playstation, "Hell Teacher Nube", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00802, 5/16/97, Y5800
	(Adventure/growth sim)

	Mega CD, "The Heroic Legend of Arslan", N/A

	Famicom, "Hi no Tori Hououhen Gaou no Bouken (Hi no Tori Phoenix
	    chapter Gaou's adventure)", N/A
	Konami, Y5300
	(Action Game)

HOKUTO NO KEN (Fist of the North Star)
	This show exists as a Hawaiian subtitle.

	Famicom, "Hokuto no Ken", N/A
	Toei Animation/Shouei System, 1986, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Hokuto no Ken part 2", "Fist of the North Star"
	Toei Animation/Shouei System, 1987, Y???
	(Action Game)
	US version by Taxan USA.

	Famicom, "Hokuto no Ken 3 Shinseikisouzou sei(?)kenretsuden", N/A
	Toei Animation/Shouei System, 1989, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Hokuto no Ken 4 Shichiseihakenden Hokutoshinken no kanata(?)
	    he", N/A
	Toei Animation/Shouei System, 1991, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Hokuto no Ken 5 Tenmaryuuseiden Ai*Zetsushou", N/A
	Toei Douga, 1992, Y8900
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy, "Hokuto no Ken", "Fist of the North Star - 10 Big Brawls for
	    the King of Universe"
	Toei, 1990, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	SG-1000, "Hokuto no Ken", "Black Belt"
	Sega, 1986, Y???

	Mega Drive, "Hokuto no Ken [kanji]", "Last Battle"
	Sega, 7/1/89, Y6000
	(Action Game)
	Neither version is locked out, but the US version has renamed
	characters and was changed to remove the blood.  A language switch has
	no effect.

	Super Famicom, "Hokuto no Ken I", N/A
	Toei Douga  ACT, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Hokuto no Ken 6 Gekitou denshou ken ~ Haou he no dou",
	Toei Animation/Shoei Systems, 1992, Y???
	(Fighting Game)
	This has gotten some really bad reviews.

	Super Famicom, "Hokuto no Ken 7 Seiken retsuden Denshousha he no dou",
	Toei, SHVC-K7, 1993, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	Saturn, "Hokuto no Ken" (?), N/A
	Banpresto, 12/22/95, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Hokuto no Ken", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 00369, 8/30/96, Y5800
	(Cinematic Fighter)
	[Is this the game which is the same as the Saturn one?]

	Playstation, "Hokutonoken seikimatsukyuseisyudensetsu", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02993, 10/26/00, Y5800
	(3d action/cinematic fighter)
	limited version came with figure.

	Arcade, "Punch Mania ~Hokuto no Ken~", N/A
	Konami, 2000
	(First person fighting)

	Wonder Swan, "Hunter X Hunter ishi wo tsugu mono(?)", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN02A, 6/1/00, Y3800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Hunter X Hunter ~Hunter no Keifu~", N/A
	KCE Japan East/Konami, RK203-J1, 6/15/00, Y4500
	(Growth sim/RPG)

	Playstation, "Hunter X Hunter Maboroshi no greed island", N/A
	KCE Japan East/Konami, VX214-J1(SLPM 86651), 10/26/00, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Playstation, "Initial D", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 01793, 1/7/99, Y5800
	Kodansha, SLPS 91181, 2/24/00, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Racing Game)

IRIA (see Zeiram)

	Gameboy, "Iron League", N/A
	Bandai, 1994, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Gameboy, "Jankenman", N/A
	NCS, Action, Y???

	Famicom, "Jesus: Dreadful Bio-Monsters", N/A
	King Records, Y5900
	(I never heard of this anime.  What is it anyway?  The game does seem
	to be real, though.  As one site describes it, "Sadly, this isn't the
	same Jesus as the Messiah we've all come to know and love".)

JOJO NO KIMYUU NA BOUKEN (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure)
	Super Famicom, "JoJo no Kimyuu na Bouken", N/A
	Cobra Team, Y9500
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Arcade, "Jojo's Venture", N/A
	Capcom, 12/98
	(Fighting Game)

	Playstation/Pocketstation, "Jojo's Bizarre Adventure", "Jojo's Bizarre
	Capcom, SLPS 02236, 10/14/99, Y5800
	(Fighting Game)
	Port of the arcade game.

	Dreamcast, "Jojo's Bizarre Adventure mirai he ni isan", "Jojo's Bizarre
	Capcom, T-1205M, 11/25/99, Y5800
	(Fighting Game)
	Port of the arcade game.

	Arcade, "Jojo's Bizarre Adventure mirai he no isan", N/A
	Capcom, 9/28/99
	Capcom, 10/18/99 (rerelease)
	(Fighting Game)

	Dreamcast, "Jojo's Bizarre Adventure mirai he no isan for Matching
	    Service", N/A
	Capcom, T-1231M, 10/26/00, Y3800
	(Fighting Game)
	Port of the arcade game.  Supports remote play.

KAMEN RIDER (Masked Rider)
	Note: The US Masked Rider series used very little Japanese footage. 
	These games are all based on the Japanese version.

	Famicom Disk System, "Kamen Rider Black", N/A
	Bandai, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Kamen Rider Club", N/A
	[Did they really make this?], Y???

	Famicom Disk System, "SD Kamen Rider Club", N/A
	Bandai, Y???

	Mega CD, "Kamen Rider Zo", "The Masked Rider--Kamen Rider Zo"
	Toei Video, Y???
	(Full motion video game, based on a Kamen Rider movie)
	This is one of the last games I'd expect a US port of.  Somehow, they
	did it anyway.

	Gameboy, "Kamen Rider SD: Hashire! Mighty Riders", N/A
	Yutaka, 1993, Y???
	(Racing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Kamen Rider SD: Shutsugeki!! Rider Machine", N/A
	Yutaka, 1993, Y???
	(Racing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Kamen Rider SD", N/A
	Toei, Y???
	(Action Game)
	[Is this the same as the previous game?]

	Famicom, "Kamen Rider SD: Clan Shocker's Ambition", N/A
	???, 1/93, Y8500
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Playstation, "Kamen Rider", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 01570, 10/1/98, Y5800
	Bandai, SLPS 91139, 6/3/99, Y2800
	(3D Fighting Game)

	Playstation, "Jissen pachi-slot hisshouhou! SINGLE Kamen Rider V3", N/A
	Maxbet, SLPM 86335, 10/28/99, Y2500

	Playstation, "Jissen pachi-slot hisshouhou! SINGLE Kamen Rider &
	    Gallop", N/A
	Maxbet, SLPM 86342~3, 10/28/99, Y2500
	Kamen Rider slot was included in this game

	Playstation, "Kamen Rider V3", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02964, 9/14/00, Y5800
	(3d Fighting)

	Playstation, "Kamen Rider Cougar", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 03090, 12/21/00, Y4800
	(Fighting Game)

	Super Famicom, "Karate Club", N/A
	Culture Brain, Y9800
	(Fighting Game)
	Electronics Gaming Monthly reported this is a manga-based game.

	Playstation, "The King of Fighters Kyo", N/A
	SNK/Dream Factory, SLPM 86095, 8/27/98, Y5800
	SNK/Dream Factory, SLPM 86314, 9/9/99, Y2800
	(Adventure game based on a manga based on a game.)

	Gameboy, "Kingyo Chuuiho!", N/A
	Yutaka, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Kingyo Chuuiho!  Tobidase!  Game Gakuen", N/A
	Jaleco, SHVC-J7, 2/18/94, Y9800

	Famicom, "Kinnikuman: Muscle Tag Match", "Muscles"
	Bandai, 1985, Y???
	(Wrestling game)

	Famicom, "Kinnikuman Kinnikusei Oui Soudatsusen", N/A
	Bandai, Y???

	Gameboy, "Kinnikuman: Zadorimu Match", N/A
	Yutaka, 1992, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Kinniukuman: Dirty Challenger", N/A
	Yutaka, 1992, Y???
	(Wrestling Game)

	PC Engine SCD, "KO Century Beast" (?), N/A
	Pack In Video, Y8800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Kouryu no Mimi", N/A
	Vap, 12/22/95, Y???
	(Action Game)

KUJAKU-OU (Peacock King)
	Famicom, "Kujako-Ou" (?), N/A
	Pony Canyon, 1988, Y???

	Famicom, "Kujako-Ou 2" (?), N/A
	Pony Canyon, Y???

	SG-1000, "Kujaku-Ou" (?), "Spell Caster"
	(Based on the first Kujaku movie?)

	Mega Drive, "Kujaku-Ou 2", "Mystic Defender"
	Sega, 11/25/89, Y6000
	(Action Game)
	Not locked out, but the difference between the Japanese and American
	versions is country-selectable, so you'll probably want a language
	switch or adaptor anyway.  (Based on the second Kujaku movie?)

	Famicom, "Kyatto Ninden Tyandee", N/A
	Tecmo, 1991, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Legend of the Galactic Heroes" (?), N/A
	Kemco, Y5900

	Super Famicom, "Legend of the Galactic Heroes" (?), N/A
	Tokuma Shoten, Y???
	(Strategy Game)

	Saturn, "Legend of the Galactic Heroes", N/A
	Tokuma Shoten, 12/6/96, Y5800
	(Strategy Game)

	Saturn, "Legend of the Galactic Heroes Plus", N/A
	Tokuma Shoten, 10/23/97, Y5800
	(Strategy Game)

	Playstation, "Legend of the Galactic Heroes", N/A
	Tokuma Shoten, SLPS 01358, 5/28/98, Y5800
	(Strategy Game)

	Playstation, "Chibi-Chara Game Gingaeiyudensetsu", N/A
	Tokuma Shoten, SLPS 01834~5, 5/27/99, Y5800 (limited edition with
	    Reinhard strap)
	Tokuma Shoten, SLPS 02025~6, 5/27/99, Y5800 (limited edition with Yang
	Tokuma Shoten, SLPS 02027~8, 5/27/99, Y5800
	(Board Game)

	Playstation, "ClickManga/Legend of the Galactic Heroes 1", N/A
	Tokuma Shoten, SLPS 02128, 9/30/99, Y1800
	(Digital Comic)

	Playstation, "ClickManga/Legend of the Galactic Heroes 2", N/A
	Tokuma Shoten, SLPS 02353, 11/18/99, Y1800
	(Digital Comic)

	Playstation, "Bakusou kyoudai Let's & Go!! Hyper Heat", N/A
	Jaleco, SLPS 01078, 11/20/97, Y5800
	Jaleco, SLPS 91091, 9/24/98, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Racing Game)

	Playstation, "Bakusou kyoudai Let's & Go!! Eternal Wings", N/A
	Jaleco, SLPS 01489, 7/30/98, Y5800
	Jaleco, SLPS 02093, 7/1/99, Y2800
	(Racing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Mini yonku Let's & Go!! Power WGP 2", N/A
	Nintendo, 050741, 10/1/98, Y2500
	Nintendo, SHVC-BM4J, 12/4/98, Y3800
	Nintendo, 329398, Y2000 (rerelease)
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy, "Mini yonku GB Let's & Go!!", N/A
	ASCII Corp., 5/23/97, Y4900
	(Racing Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Mini yonku GB Let's & Go!! All Star battle MAX", N/A
	ASCII Corp., 6/19/98, Y4800
	(Racing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Mini yonku Shining Scorpion Let's & Go!!", N/A
	ASCII Corporation, 12/20/96, Y8800
	(Racing Game)

	PC Engine CD, "Record of Lodoss War" (?), N/A
	Hudson Soft, 7/17/92, Y7200
	(Role-Playing Game)

	PC Engine SCD, "Record of Lodoss War II" (?), N/A
	Hudson Soft, 12/16/94, Y7800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Record of Lodoss War" (?), N/A
	Bec, 12/22/95, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Dreamcast, "Record of Lodoss War: The Advent of Cardice", N/A
	Kadokawa Shoten/ESP, T-27903M, 6/29/2000, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Dreamcast, "LOVE HINA totsuzen engage happening", N/A
	Sega, HDR-0102, 9/28/00, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Dreamcast, "LOVE HINA totsuzen engage happening LIMITED BOX", N/A
	Sega, HDR-0112, 9/28/00, Y8800 (limited edition with clock, doll,
	    towel, charm)
	(Adventure Game)

	PSX + Pocketstation(required), "Love Hina ai ha kotoba no naka ni", N/A
	KCE Japan East/Konami, VX205-J1(SLPM 86652), 9/28/00, 'open'
	(Keyword collection adventure)

	Playstation + Pocketstation(required), "Love Hina 2 kotoba ha konayuki
	    no you ni", N/A
	KCE Japan East/Konami, VX220-J1(SLPM 86677), 11/30/00, 'open'
	(Keyword collection adventure)

	Gameboy Color, "Love Hina", N/A
	Marvelous Entertainment Inc., CGB-P-BPHK, 2000, Y4800?
	(Simulation Game)

	Arcade, "Lupin III", "N/A (?)"
	Taito, 1980
	(Action Game)
	This is an odd game from the pre-Nintendo era.  It doesn't have a whole
	lot do do with Lupin except that you're a thief.

	Arcade, N/A, "Cliffhanger"
	Stern, 1983
	(This laser disk game was made using footage from Castle of Cagliostro,
	plus a bit from Mystery of Mamo.)

	Gameboy, "SD Lupin III Kinko Yaburi Daisakusen", N/A
	Banpresto, 1989, Y???
	(Puzzle Game)

	Famicom, "Lupin III Pandora no isan", N/A
	Namco Ltd., 1987, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Lupin III: Castle of Cagliostro", N/A
	Asmik Ace, SLPS 00535~7, 1/10/97, Y6800
	Asmik Ace, SLPS 91060~2, 5/28/98, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "HEIWA Parlor! PRO LUPIN the IIIrd Special", N/A
	Heiwa/Telenet Japan, SLPS 02541, 1/13/00, Y5200
	(Japanese pinball)

	Super Famicom, "Lupin III", N/A
	Epoch, 1994, Y9800
	(Action Game)
	[About the Fountain of Youth, not Cagliostro]

	Saturn, "Lupin III--The Master File", N/A
	Mizuki, 3/29/96, Y5800
	(Not a game?)

	Saturn, "Lupin the 3rd Chronicles", N/A
	Spike, 8/8/97, Y5800

	Saturn, "Lupin III The Sage of Pyramid", N/A
	Asmik Ace/Tohokushinsha, T-2004G, 8/6/98, Y5800
	(3d Action)

	Playstation, "Lupin the 3rd", N/A
	Daiki, SLPS 01402, 11/26/98, Y2300
	(Digital Comic)
	Reportedly is bilingual and has an English option.

	Playstation, "Parlor! PRO Jr. Vol.2", N/A
	Telenet Japan, SLPS 02357, 11/2/99, Y3200
	(Japanese pinball)

	Bandai, SLPS 02805, 6/22/00, Y5800
	(Rhythm action)

	Playstation, "Pachinko & Pachislot Parlor! PRO EX CR.Inakappe Daishou A
	    &", N/A
	Heiwa Corporation/Olympia Co.,Ltd./Telenet Japan, SLPS 02860, 9/28/00,
	(Japanese pinball/slot)
	Pachi-slot Lupin III slot was included in this game

	Playstation/Pocketstation, "PACHI-SLOT Simulator 7 maker suishou manual
	    1", N/A
	Media Entertainment Inc/Olympia Co.,Ltd./Heiwa Corporation, SLPS 02991,
	    10/12/00, Y5800
	Lupin III slot was included in this game

	Playstation, "HEIWA Parlor! PRO Fujiko ni Special", N/A
	Heiwa Corporation/Telenet Japan, SLPS 03105, 12/28/00, Y5200
	(Japanese pinball)

MACH GO GO GO (Speed Racer)
	The SNES and Genesis Speed Racer games, though ultimately derived from
	an old Japanese show, were produced in the USA.  I have no idea if they
	were ever released in Japan.

	Super NES, ???, "Speed Racer in: My Most Dangerous Adventures"
	Accolade, $70

	Genesis, ???, "Speed Racer: The Challenge of Racer X"
	Accolade, $60

	Arcade, ???, "Speed Racer" (?)

	Playstation, "Mach Go Go Go!", "Speed Racer"
	Tomy, SLPS 00295, 9/27/96, Y5800 (Jaleco in the USA)
	(Racing Game)

	Gameboy, "Mach Go Go Go", N/A
	Tomy, 1997, Y???
	(Racing Game)
	Based on the newer series

	Macross was the first series of three unrelated series which were
	combined as "Robotech" in America.

	Famicom, "Super Dimension Fortress Macross", N/A
	Namco/Bandai, NMR-4500, 12/85, Y4800
	(Shooting Game)

	PC Engine CD/SCD, "Super Dimension Fortress Macross 2036", N/A
	Masaya, NSCD-2007, 4/3/92, Y7400
	(Shooting Game)
	Character designs are by Haruhito Mikimoto and mecha designs are by the
	same staff that did the designs for the anime.  The game plays without
	a SCD card, but gives voice and extra pictures at the start and end of
	each stage with one.  The US version (which would have been Robotech
	anyway) was cancelled.

	PC Engine SCD, "Super Dimension Fortress Macross Eternal Love Song",
	Masaya, NSCD-2014, 12/4/92, Y7200
	(Simulation Game)
	Plans to bring this game to the USA were cancelled.

	Super Famicom, "Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Scrambled Valkyrie",
	Winkysoft/Banpresto/Zamuse, SHVC-79, 1993, Y8800
	(Shooting Game)

	Arcade, "Super Dimension Fortress Macross", ?
	Banpresto, 1992
	(Vertical Shooting Game)

	Arcade, "Super Dimension Fortress Macross II", ?
	Banpresto, 1993
	(Horizontal Shooting Game)

	Playstation, "Macross Digital Mission VF-X", N/A
	UNiT Inc./Bandai Visual, SLPS 00386, 2/28/97, Y6800
	UNiT Inc./Bandai Visual, SLPS 91058, 5/28/98, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(3D Shooting/Simulator Game)

	Nintendo 64, "Super Dimension Fortress Macross Hyper Dimension", N/A
	Tomy, Y8800
	(3D Shooting Game)
	Gametek announced and showed a Robotech game at the Winter 1995 CES. 
	Gametek is now out of business; the game was released in Japan by Tomy.
	The US version was to be named "Robotech: Crystal Dreams" and use a
	Robotech title screen and music and the Sentinels character designs; I
	don't know how much Macross stuff was added for the Japanese release.

	Saturn, "The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Do You Remember Love",
	Bandai Visual, T-23403G, 6/6/97, Y6800
	(2.5D Shooting Game)

	Playstation, "The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Do You Remember
	    Love", N/A
	Bandai Visual, SLPS 02005~7, 5/27/99, Y6800
	(2.5D Shooting Game)
	Playstation port of the Saturn game.  Came with card, Macross VF-X2 and
	Patlabor demo games.

	Arcade, "Macross Plus", N/A
	Banpresto, 12/96
	(Shooting Game)

	Playstation, "Macross VF-X2", N/A
	UNiT Inc./Bandai Visual, SLPS 02237, 9/2/99, Y6800
	(3D Shooting)

	Wonder Swan, "Macross - True Love Song -", N/A
	Layup (?), SWJ-LAY001, 3/23/00, Y3980
	(Adventure/Growth sim)

	Dreamcast, "Macross M3 (?)", N/A
	(3D Shooter)

	Gameboy Color, "Macross 7", N/A
	Epoch, Y???
	(Horizontal shooter)

	Playstation, "Macross Plus -Game Edition-", N/A
	Takara Co., Ltd./Shoeisha Co., Ltd., SLPS 02791, 6/29/00, Y6800
	(3d shooting)

	Dreamcast, "Macross M3", N/A
	Shoeisha Co., Ltd., T-21501M, 2/22/01, Y6800
	Shoeisha Co., Ltd., T-21502M, 2/22/01, Y6800 (limited version with
	(3d shooting)

	Playstation, "Magical Girl Coco", N/A
	Seta, Y5800
	Based on a radio show.

	Playstation, "Magical Girl Pretty Samy Part 1: In the Earth", N/A
	Pioneer, SLPS 00645~6, 8/30/96, Y6800
	(Adventure/Fighting Game, ported from AX9801)

	Playstation, "Magical Girl Pretty Samy Part 2: In the Julyhelm (sic)",
	Pioneer, SLPS 00760~1, 3/14/97, Y6800
	(Adventure/Fighting Game)

	Saturn, "Magical Girl Pretty Samy [kanji]", N/A
	Nec Interchannel, 8/8/97, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	Saturn, "Magical Girl Pretty Samy Heart no Kimochi", N/A
	Nec Interchannel, 1/29/98, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	Famicom, "Magical Taruruuto-kun", N/A
	Bandai, Y???

	Mega Drive, "Magical Taruruuto-kun", N/A
	Sega, 4/24/92, Y3880
	(Action Game)

	Game Gear, "Magical Taruruuto-kun", N/A
	???, 7/5/97, Y3980
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Magical Taruruuto-kun Magic Adventure", N/A
	Bandai/Toei, 1992, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Game Gear, "Magic Knight Rayearth", N/A
	Sega, 1994, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Game Gear, "Magic Knight Rayearth 2: Making of Magic Knight" (?), N/A
	Sega, 1995, Y???

	Saturn, "Magic Knight Rayearth", "Magic Knight Rayearth"
	Sega, GS-9018, 8/25/95, Y4800
	(Zelda clone/RPG)
	This game came from Working Designs in 1998, even though the show never
	quite made it to America.  The game is considered to be good quality
	(for its time) unlike many anime-based games, although age has taken a
	toll on it.

	Super Famicom, "Magic Knight Rayearth", N/A
	Tomy, 1995, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)
	This game stinks.  It's been fan-translated for emulators, so you can
	see for yourself.

	Gameboy, "Magic Knight Rayearth", N/A
	Tomy, DMG-P-ARYJ, 1995, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy, "Mahoujin Guru Guru", N/A
	Takara, 1995, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Mahoujin Guru Guru", N/A
	Enix, 4/21/95, Y10800

	Super Famicom, "Mahoujin Guru Guru 2", N/A
	Enix, 4/12/96, Y8000

	Gameboy Color, "Doki Doki Densetu/Mahoujin Guru Guru" (?), N/A
	Enix, Y???

	Famicom, "Maison Ikkoku" (?), N/A
	Bostek, Y5900

	PC Engine, "Maison Ikkoku", N/A
	Microcabin MC66680, 8/4/89, Y5900
	(Adventure Game)

	Super Famicom, "Makeruna Makendou", "Kendo Rage"
	Datam Polystar, 1992, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Makeruna Makendou 2", N/A
	Datam Polystar, 1995, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	Super Famicom, "Keeper" (?), N/A
	(Puzzle game with Makendou as a bonus playable character.)

	Playstation, "Makeruna! Makendou 2", N/A
	Datam Polystar, SLPS 00128, 11/10/95, Y5800
	(Fighting Game)

	PC-FX, "Makeruna Makendou Z"), N/A
	Fill In Cafe/NEC, 3/20/98, Y7800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy, "Marmalade Boy" (?), N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y3900
	(Romance simulation)

	Super Famicom, "Marmalade Boy", N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y???
	(Romance simulation)

MAZINGER Z (Trantor Z)
	Super Famicom, "Mazinger Z", N/A
	Bandai/Winky Soft, 6/25/93, Y8800
	(Action Game)

	Mega Drive, "Mazin Saga", "Mazin Saga: Mutant Fighter"
	Sega, 2/26/93, Y6800

	Arcade, "Mazinger Z", N/A
	Banpresto, 1994
	(Shooting Game)

	PC Engine, "Megami Paradise", N/A

	PC-FX, "Megami Paradise II", N/A
	NEC, 7/26/96, Y7800

	Saturn, "Metal Fighter Miku", N/A
	Victor Entertainment, 9/29/95, Y6800
	(Digital Comic)

	Gameboy, "Metal Jack", N/A
	Takara, 1991, Y???
	(Strategy Game)

	Super Famicom, "Armored Police Metal Jack", N/A
	Atlus, 1992, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Miracle Girls", N/A
	Takara, Y8800
	(Action Game)

	Arcade, "Mirai Ninja", N/A
	Based on a manga series.  Released in 1988.  (Cyber Ninja was a
	live-action movie of this, which has been dubbed by Streamline.)

	Playstation, "Monkey Magic", "Monkey Magic"
	Sunsoft, SLPS 02583, 7/13/00, Y4800
	(Action Game)

NADESICO (Martian Successor Nadesico in English, Mobile Battleship Nadesico in
	Saturn, "Mobile Battleship Nadesico ~Yappari Saigo ha "Ai ga katsu"?~",
	Sega, GS-9142, 5/2/97, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Saturn, "Martian Successor Nadesico The Blank of 3 Years", N/A
	Sega, GS-9195, 9/23/98, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	Dreamcast, "Martian Successor Nadesico the Mission", N/A
	Kadokawa/ESP, T-27901M, 8/26/99, Y6800
	(Simulation/Adventure Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Martian Sucessor Nadesico Ruriruri Mahjong", N/A
	King Records, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Nankoku Shounen Papuwa-kun", N/A
	Enix, 3/25/94, Y8800
	(Action Game)

	Gameboy, "Nankoku Shounen Papuwa-kun", N/A
	Enix, DMG-NRJ, 3/25/94, Y3900
	(Action/Puzzle Game)

	Super Famicom, "Natsuki Crisis Battle", N/A
	Angel, Y???

	Saturn, "Neon Genesis Evangelion Digital Card Library", N/A
	Gainax/Sega, GS-9159, 9/25/97, Y4800

	Saturn, "Neon Genesis Evangelion", N/A
	Sega, GS-9051, 3/1/96, Y5800
	Sega, GS-9141, 2/15/97, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Adventure/Action Game)

	Saturn, "Neon Genesis Evangelion 2nd Impression", N/A
	Sega, GS-9129, 3/7/97, Y5800
	(Adventure/Action Game)

	Saturn, "Neon Genesis Evangelion Iron Maiden", N/A
	Sega, GS-9194, 3/26/98, Y6800
	(Adventure/Action Game, PC port)
	The name of this game is sometimes translated as "Girlfriend of Steel".

	Playstation, "Neon Genesis Evangelion Iron Maiden", N/A
	Gainax, SLPS 01377~8, 4/16/98, Y6800
	same as the above

	Nintendo 64, "Neon Genesis Evangelion", N/A
	Bandai, 6/25/99, Y8800
	(3D Action Game)

	Wonder Swan, "Neon Genesis Evangelion shito ikusei", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN00E, 7/22/99, Y3800
	(Growth Simulation)

	Famicom, "Ninja Hattori-kun", N/A
	Hudson Soft, 3/5/86, Y4900
	(Action Game)

	Gameboy, "Ninku", N/A

	Game Gear, "Ninku", N/A

	Saturn, "Ninku [kanji]", N/A
	Sega, GS-9036, 2/2/96, Y5800
	(Fighting Game)
	Strange characters with stranger moves add humor to this otherwise
	unimpressive 2-D fighting game.

	Playstation, "Ninku", N/A
	Tomy, SLPS 00172, 12/22/95, Y5800
	(Action Game)

OH MY GODDESS! (see Ah! My Goddess)

	Famicom, "Oishinbo", N/A
	Shinsei, 1989, Y???

	Gameboy Color, "OJARUMARU ~tsukiyo ga ike no takaramono~", N/A
	Success Co., Ltd., 7/14/00, Y???

	Wonder Swan, "From TV animation ONEPIECE ~mezase kaizokuou!~", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN02B, 7/19/00, Y3800
	(Adventure Game)
	Includes cards and Deluxe Play Map

	Famicom, "Outlanders", N/A
	Victor Music Industries, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Ozanari Dungeon", N/A

	Mega Drive, "Patlabor", N/A
	Ma-Ba, 1992, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	PC Engine SCD, "Mobile Police Patlabor", N/A
	Riverhill Soft, Y7200
	(Digital Comic)

	Super Famicom, "Mobile Police Patlabor", N/A
	Bec, 1994, Y???

	Gameboy, "Patlabor" (?), N/A

	Playstation, "Mobile Police Patlabor -Game Edition-", N/A
	Bandai Visual, SLPS 02239, 11/30/00, Y6800
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Piku Piku Sentarou Puzzle de gohan!", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 01847, 2/18/99, Y4800
	(Puzzle Game)

	Gameboy, "Pokonyan" (?), N/A

	Super Famicom, "Pokonyan" (?), N/A

	Super Famicom, "Princess Minerva", N/A
	Vic Tokai, Y???

	PC Engine SCD (?), "Princess Minerva", N/A
	(RPG/Fighting Game)

	Playstation, "Psychometrer EIJI", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 01869, 2/18/99, Y5800
	(3D Adventure)

	Famicom, "Puss 'n' Boots: Around the World in 80 Days", N/A
	Toei/Shouei System, 1986, Y???
	(Action Game)
	Based on a very obscure anime....

	Gameboy, "Raijin-Ou", N/A
	(Fighting Game)

	Gameboy, "Ranma 1/2" (?), N/A
	Banpresto, 1990, Y???
	(Action/Puzzle Game)

	Gameboy, "Ranma 1/2 Netsuretsu Kakutouhen", N/A
	Banpresto DMG-R3J, 1992, Y???
	(Fighting game)

	Gameboy, "Ranma 1/2 Kakugeki Mondou!!", N/A
	Banpresto, DMG-R0J, 1993, Y???
	(Quiz/Cinematic Fighter)

	PC Engine CD, "Ranma 1/2", N/A
	Masaya, NSCDD 0004, 12/7/90, Y6800
	(Action Game)

	PC Engine CD, "Ranma 1/2 Toraware no Hanayome (Captive Bride)", N/A
	Masaya, NSCD 1006, 12/6/91, Y6800
	(Digital Comic)

	Super Famicom, "Ranma 1/2 Chounai Gekitou-hen (Neighborhood Combat)",
	    "Street Combat"
	Masaya, SHVC-RA, 3/27/92, Y8800
	(Fighting Game)
	The US version is unrecognizeable, with all characters redrawn and
	rewritten as American characters.

	Super Famicom, "Ranma 1/2 Bakuretsu Rantou-hen", "Ranma 1/2 Hard
	Masaya, SHVC-R2, 12/25/92, Y9600
	(Fighting Game)
	The second Ranma game has the voices changed in the US, but is
	otherwise unedited.  The new American voices are _not_ the same ones
	used in the Viz dub of the series.

	PC Engine CD/SCD, "Ranma 1/2 Datou, Ganso Musabetsu Kakutou-ryuu!
	    (Overthrow the Founder of the Indiscriminate Fighting Style)", N/A
	Masaya, 10/2/92, Y7200
	Somewhat of a Street Fighter II clone.  Only uses 8 characters:
	male/female Ranma, Ukyou, Kodachi, Kunou, Ryouga, Mousse, principal. 
	The game works on regular CD systems but loads from the CD more

	Super Famicom, "Ranma 1/2 Akaneko-dan teki Hihou (Hidden Treasure of
	    the Crimson Cats)", N/A
	Touhou/Shougakukan, 1993, Y9800
	(Role-Playing Game)
	This game is mostly in kana, except for character names.  Anyway, it's
	been fan-translated for use on emulators.

	Mega CD, "Ranma 1/2 ~Byakuran Aika~ (White Orchid Serenade)", N/A
	Masaya, T-25014, 4/29/93, Y8300
	(Digital Comic)
	The soundtrack CD of this game is "Ranma 1/2 Denshi yuugi ongaku-shuu
	(Electronic Game Music Collection)", COCC-10689.

	Super Famicom, "Ranma 1/2 Chougiranbuhen (Super Battle)", N/A
	Rumic Soft/Toho/Shogakukan, SHVC-5K, 3/94, Y9980
	(Fighting Game)
	A US release using the Viz dub voices and named "Ranma 1/2 Anything-
	Goes Martial Arts" was planned, but cancelled.

	Playstation, "Ranma 1/2 Battle Renaissance", N/A
	Shogakukun, SLPS 00522, 12/6/96, Y6800
	(3D Polygon Fighting Game)
	This game sucks as a fighting game.  Pity, too--it could have been
	really good.  Uses Ranma, Ryouga, Akane, Shampoo, Kunou, Kumon Ryu,
	Happosai, and Genma, with Rouge as the boss.

	Super Famicom, "Ranma 1/2 Ougijaanken", N/A
	Rumic Soft, 1995, Y???
	(Puzzle Game)

	Saturn, "Revolutionary Girl Utena", N/A
	Sega, 1998, Y???
	(Adventure Game)

	Super Famicom, "Ring ni Kakero", N/A
	NCS Corp., 829790, 6/1/98, Y3000
	NCS Corp., 810541(SHVC-ARKJ?), ?, Y2000 (rerelease)
	(Boxing game, manga-based)

	Playstation, "Ruroni Kenshin ~Meiji kenkaku romantan~ ishingekitouhen",
	Sony, SLPS 10030, 11/29/96, Y5800
	Sony, SLPS 91081, 8/6/98, Y2800
	(Fighting Game)

	Playstation, "Ruroni Kenshin - Meiji kenkaku romantan - Juuyuushi inbou
	    hen (Chapter of the Ten Warriors' Conspiracy)", N/A
	Sony, SCPS 10048, 12/18/97, Y5800
	Sony, SCPS 91108, 11/5/98, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Playstation, "Saber Marionette J -- Battle Sabers", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00738, 3/28/97, Y7800 (special edition with figures)
	Bandai, SLPS 00739, 3/28/97, Y6800
	(3D Fighting Game)

	Despite the existence of the dub, there is no sign of any of these
	games being brought over to America.
	Note: Some of these games say "Pretty Soldier Sailormoon" in English. 
	For consistency's sake, I'm leaving all the "Bishoujo Senshi" 

	Arcade, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon", N/A
	(Final Fight clone)

	Arcade, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S", N/A
	(Fighting Game)

	PC Engine SCD, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon", N/A
	Banpresto, 1994, Y8800
	(Digital Comic)

	Super Famicom, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon", N/A
	Angel, 8/27/93, Y9800
	(Final Fight clone)
	[French version titled 'Sailormoon' and released 1994]

	Super Famicom, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon R", N/A
	Bandai, 1993, Y9800
	(Final Fight Clone)

	Super Famicom, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S [kanji]", N/A
	Angel, 1994, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	Super Famicom, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S Kurukkurin", N/A
	Bandai/Zoo, 1995, Y???
	(Puzzle Game)

	Super Famicom, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Another Story", N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y9800
	(Role-Playing Game)
	This game is mostly in kana except for names and a very small handful
	of kanji.  There is a limited edition version that came with a card. 
	It's been completely fan-translated and can be played on emulators.

	Super Famicom, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S Kondo wa Puzzle de
	    Oshioikiyo!", N/A
	Zoo/Bandai, 1994, Y???
	(Puzzle Game)

	Super Famicom, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS Fuwa Fuwa Panic", N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y???
	(Puzzle Game)

	Super Famicom, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS [kanji]", N/A
	Angel, SHVC-AJQJ-JPN, 1996, Y???
	(Fighting Game)
	There is a limited edition version that came with a card.

	Sufami Turbo, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Fuwa Fuwa Panic
	    2", N/A
	Bandai, 1996, Y???
	(Puzzle Game)

	Gameboy, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon", N/A
	Angel, 12/18/92, Y3500
	(Action Game)

	Gameboy, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon R", N/A
	Angel, 1994, Y???
	(Action/Puzzle Game)

	Mega Drive, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon", N/A
	Bandai, 1994, Y???
	(Final Fight clone)
	Not locked out on the version I played.

	Mega Drive, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S" (?), N/A
	Angel, Y9800
	(Fighting Game)

	Playdia, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Quiz Taiketsu! Sailor Power
	    Ketsushuu", N/A
	Bandai, PAPD-C2, 1994, Y???
	(Interactive animation/quiz)

	PC Engine SCD, "Sailor Moon collection", N/A
	Banpresto, 1994, Y???
	[Apparently requires Japanese knowledge.]

	3DO, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S" (?), N/A
	(Fighting Game)

	Game Gear, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S", N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S Shin Shuyaku
	    Soudatsusen", N/A
	Angel, SLPS 00260, 3/8/96, Y5800
	Angel, SLPS 00262, Y5800 (rerelease)
	(Fighting Game)

	Saturn, "Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS Various Emotion", N/A
	Angel, 11/29/96, Y5800
	(Fighting Game)

	Famicom, "Saint Seiya Ougon Densetsu (Saint Seiya Golden Legend)", N/A
	Bandai, Y???

	Famicom, "Saint Seiya 2 Ougon Densetsu Kanketsuhen", N/A
	Bandai, Y???

	Gameboy, "Saint Paradise Saikyou no Senshitachi (Saint Paradise
	    strongest warriors)", N/A
	Bandai, 1992, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Game Gear, "Kaitou Saint Tail" (?), N/A
	Sega, Y???

	Saturn, "Kaitou Saint Tail", N/A
	Tomy, 7/25/97, Y6800

	The character Karin Kanzaki in Street Fighter Zero (Alpha) 3 was
	introduced in this manga.  This is not enough to make me list the

	Playstation, "Salaryman Kintaro the Game", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02806, 6/22/00, Y3800
	(Adventure Game)

	Super Famicom, "3X3 Eyes Seimakourinden", N/A
	Yutaka/Bandai SHVC-33, 7/28/92, Y9500
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "3X3 Eyes Juumahoukan", N/A
	Banpresto, 12/22/95, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Mega CD, "3X3 Eyes", N/A
	Sega ???, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	PC Engine SCD, "3X3 Eyes", N/A
	NEC Home Electronics, Y???
	(Roleplaying.  Comes with a mostly-useless video.)

	Playstation, "3X3 Eyes Kyuuseikoushuu", N/A
	Xing Entertainment, SLPS 00071~2, 8/11/95, Y7300
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "3X3 Eyes Tenrinougenmu", N/A
	Nihon Create/King Record, SLPS 01497~9(KIRZ 17~19), 8/6/98, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	Saturn, "3X3 Eyes [kanji] S", N/A
	Nihon Create, 4/19/96, Y7300
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Seikaiden (?)", N/A
	Bandai, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Playstation, "Seikai no monshou", N/A
	Bandai Visual, SLPS 02323, 5/25/00, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Wonder Swan Color, "Seikaiden 2: From TV Animation Houshin Engi", N/A
	Bandai, Y4500
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Wonder Swan, "Senkaiden ~TV animation senkaiden houshinengi yori~", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BAN022, 2/24/00, Y3800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Playstation, "Senkaitaisen ~TV animation senkaiden houshinengi yori~",
	Bandai, SLPS 02736, 6/29/00, Y5800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Senkaiibunroku Junteitaisen ~TV animation 'senkaiden
	    houshinengi', N/A
	Banpresto, 11/24/00, Y3800

	Wonder Swan Color, "Senkaiden 2 ~TV animation Senkaiden Houshinengi
	    yori~", N/A
	Bandai, SWJ-BANC04, 12/21/00, Y4500
	(Role-Playing Game)

Sentai series
	The sentai series are one program each year, in the same time slot,
	featuring a live-action team of five costumed characters.  Footage from
	the sentai series has been used in the Power Rangers show (since
	everyone's faces are covered, it's not obvious that they are not
	American actors).  I will not list Power Rangers games.

	Zyuranger: footage used in Power Rangers
	Dairanger: footage used in Power Rangers second season (white ranger
	and robots only)
	Kakuranger: footage used in Power Rangers third season (alien rangers
	and robots only)
	Ohranger (and Kakuranger vs. Ohranger movie): footage used in Power
	Rangers Zeo
	Carranger: footage used in Power Rangers Turbo
	Megaranger: footage used in Power Rangers in Space
	Gingaman: footage used in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
	Go Go Five: footage used in Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
	Timeranger: footage used in Power Rangers Time Force

	Famicom, "Chojin Sentai Jetman", N/A
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Kyouryuu Sentai Zyuuranger", N/A

	Sufami Turbo, "Carranger Zenkai!  Racer Senshi", N/A
	Bandai, 1996, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Saturn, "Shin Kaitei Gunkan [kanji]", N/A
	Ascii, 4/9/97, Y6800

	Playstation, "Shura no Mon", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 01202, 4/2/98, Y3800
	(3D Fighting Game)

	Playstation, "Silent Moebius Case: Titanic", N/A
	Gainax, SLPS 01618, 10/8/98, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Silent Mobius Genei no Datenshi", N/A
	Technosoft/Bandai Visual, SLPS 01803~4, 12/23/98, Y6800
	(Growth RPG)
	Includes Patlabor game demo.  Limited edition includes poster.

	Playstation, "Silent Mobius Alice Ridell", N/A
	Bandai Visual/Kadokawa Shoten/UNiT Inc., Y9800
	(Digital movie)

	Playstation, "The Silent Service", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 02788, 9/28/00, Y5800
	(Strategy Game)

	Gameboy, "From TV Animation Slam Dunk Gakeppuchi no Kesshou League",
	Bandai, 1994, Y???
	(Basketball game with 'cards')

	Gameboy, "From TV Animation Slam Dunk Zengoku he no TIP OFF", N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y???

	Game Gear, "From TV Animation Slam Dunk Shouri he no Starting 5", N/A
	Bandai, Y???

	Saturn, "Slam Dunk" (?), N/A

	Super Famicom, "From TV Animation Slam Dunk Shikyou Gekitotsu!", N/A
	Bandai, 1994, Y???
	(Cinematic Basketball)

	Super Famicom, "From TV Animation Slam Dunk IH Yosen Kanzenhan!! (Slam
	    Dunk IH preliminary contest complete version!!, N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y???
	(Cinematic Basketball)

	Super Famicom, "From TV Animation Slam Dunk SD Heat Up!", N/A
	Bandai, 1995, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Slayers" (?), N/A
	Banpresto, 1994, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Saturn, "Slayers Royal", N/A
	Game Arts/Kadokawa/Onion Egg, 7/25/97, Y6300
	(RPG/Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Slayers Royal", N/A
	Kadokawa/ESP, SLPS 01363, 6/25/98, Y5800
	(RPG/Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Slayers Wandaho" (does this mean 'wonderful'?), N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 01599, 10/22/98, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Saturn, "Slayers Royal 2", N/A
	Kadokawa Shoten/ESP, T-27907G, 9/3/98, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Playstation, "Slayers Royal 2", N/A
	Kadokawa Shoten/ESP/Onion Egg, SLPS 02115, 7/1/99, Y5800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	PC Engine CD, "Sol Bianca", N/A
	Masaya, NSCD 0002, 6/29/90, Y6200
	(Role-Playing Game)
	This game is terrible.  It has more to do with Ys than Sol Bianca.

	Playstation, "Sol Bianca" (?), N/A
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation 2, "Sorcerous Stabber Orphen", "Orphen, Scion of Sorcery"
	Kadokawa Shoten, SLPS 25008, 8/3/00, Y6800

	Arcade, "Space Battleship Yamato", N/A
	Taito, 1985

	Gameboy, "Space Battleship Yamato", N/A
	Bec, 1992, Y???
	(Strategy Game)

	SG-1000, "Space Battleship Yamato" (?), N/A

	PC Engine SCD, "Space Battleship Yamato", N/A
	Human, 12/22/92, Y7800
	(Simulation.  Some people have apparently managed to play this game
	without knowing Japanese.  But not easily.)

	Playstation, "Space Battleship Yamato", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 19000, 2/4/99, Y6800
	(Simulation Game)

	Playstation, "Space Battleship Yamato 2", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02761~3, 5/2/00, Y7800
	(Realtime strategy (?))

	Playstation, "Space Battleship Yamato 2 DX Pack", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02733~5, 5/2/00, Y12800
	(Realtime strategy (?))
	Limited edition of the above with video, scarf, notebook

	Playstation, "Yamato Part 1 Fan Disc", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02952, 9/28/00, Y2800
	(Strategy + gallery + add-on for previous Playstation games)

	Wonder Swan Color, "Space Battleship Yamato(?)", N/A
	Bandai, 2/2001, Y4500
	(Strategy Game)

	Playstation, "Street Fighter II Movie", N/A
	Capcom, SLPS 00080~1, 12/15/95, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	3DO, "Street Fighter II Movie", N/A
	Capcom, Y???

	Saturn, "Street Fighter II Movie", N/A
	Capcom, 3/15/96, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)
	[Yup.  Game made into animation, and then back again.  This is a pretty
	unique category.  You play the Monitor Cyborg from the movie, studying
	the characters' moves and then doing them.]

	Sega Mark III, "Sukeban Deka II", N/A
	Sega, 1987, Y???
	(Adventure/Final Fight clone)

	Famicom, "Sukeban Deka III", N/A
	I have no information about this game.

	PC Engine, "Susano-ou Densetsu", N/A
	Hudson, 4/27/89, Y6500
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Taihoman", N/A
	Namco, Y???
	(Action Game)
	Electronics Gaming Monthly reported this is a manga-based game.

	3DO, "Takeru" (?), N/A
	[Is this the same as Yamato Takeru?]

	Famicom, "Tatakae!! Ramenman Sakuretsu Choujin 102 Gei (Explosive
	    Superman 102 Arts)", N/A
	Shinsei, SHI-RN, 1988, Y???
	(Adventure/Fighting Game)

	Gameboy, "Tekkaman Blade", N/A
	Yukata, 12/18/92, Y3500
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Tekkaman Blade" (?), N/A
	Bec, 1993, Y???
	(Shooting Game)

	(see also Magical Girl Pretty Sammy)

	PC Engine SCD, "Tenchi Muyou: Battle at Onsen" (?), N/A

	Super Famicom, "Tenchi Muyou", N/A
	Banpresto, Y???
	(Strategy Game)

	Super Famicom, "Tenchi Muyou!  Game Hen", N/A
	Banpresto, 1995, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)
	[Same as the previous game?]

	Saturn, "Tenchi Muyou [kanji] Gokuraku CD-ROM for Sega Saturn", N/A
	Aroma, 9/29/95, Y7800
	(Not a game)

	Saturn, "Tenchi Muyou Mimiri Onsen Yukemuri no Tabi", N/A
	Yumedia, 2/9/96, Y8900
	(Digital Comic)

	Saturn, "Tenchi Muyou! Tokomuyo collection", N/A
	Xing Entertainment, T-26103G, 12/27/96, Y8800
	(Adventure Game; includes a CD available separately for Y2800)

	Saturn, "Tenchi Muyou [kanji]", N/A
	Pioneer, 3/1/97, Y6800
	(Tetris Clone)
	[I got a warning that this one is awful.]

	Playstation, "Tenchi Muyou: No Need for School", N/A
	Xing/Pioneer, SLPS 00451~2, 9/13/96, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	PC-FX, "Tenchi Muyou Ryoouki FX", N/A
	Microcabin/NEC, 7/12/96, Y8800
	(Adventure Game)

	Famicom, "Tenchi o Kurau", "Destiny of an Emperor"
	Capcom, May 1989, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Famicom, "Tenchi o Kurau II: Zhuge Kongming Den", N/A
	Capcom, April 1991, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy, "Tenchi o Kurau", N/A
	Capcom, April 1994, Y???

	PC engine SCD, "Tenchi wo Kurau", N/A

	Super Famicom, "Tenchi o Kurau: Sangokushi Gunyuu Den (Legend of Three
	    Kingdoms' Heroes)", N/A
	Capcom, August 1995, Y???
	(Strategy Game)

	Arcade, "Tenchi o Kurau", "Dynasty Wars"
	Capcom, April 1989
	(Action Game)

	Arcade, ???, N/A
	(Tenchi o Kurau)
	Nec Avenue, NAPR-1030
	(Action Game)
	Port of the arcade game.

	Arcade, "Tenchi o Kurau II: Chibi no Tatakai", "Warriors of Fate"
	Capcom, November 1992
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Tenchi o Kurau II: Chibi no Tatakai", "Warriors of Fate"
	Capcom, SLPS 00203, 3/22/96, Y5800
	(Action Game)

	Saturn, "Tenchi o Kuaru II", N/A
	Capcom, 9/6/96, Y5800
	(Action Game)

	Wonder Swan, "Tetsujin 28 go", N/A
	Megahouse, SWJ-MGH001, 12/16/99, Y4200
	(Adventure Game)

	Famicom, "Tetsuwan Atom", N/A
	Konami, Y5500
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Tetsuwan Atom", N/A
	Banpresto/Zamuse, 1994, Y9000
	(Action Game)

TOP O NERAE! (Aim for the Top, AKA Gunbuster!)
	PC Engine SCD, "Top o Nerae Gunbuster Vol. 1", N/A
	Riverhill Soft, 6/25/92, Y6800
	(Digital Comic)

	PC Engine SCD, "Top o Nerae Gunbuster Vol. 2", N/A
	Riverhill Soft, 3/26/93, Y7200
	(Digital Comic)

	Famicom, "Touch", N/A
	Toei, Y5000
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Tsuri Baka Nisshi (Fishing fool diary)", N/A
	Shogakukun, SLPS 00440, 9/13/96, Y6800

	Playstation, "Tsun Tsun Gumi ~suujidepunipuni~", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 01602, 9/23/98, Y4300

	Playstation, "Tsun Tsun Gumi 2 ~mojimojipakkun~", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 01694, 11/19/98, Y4300

	Playstation, "Tsun Tsun Gumi 3 ~kanjivader~", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 01839, 1/28/99, Y4300

	Famicom, "Tsurupika Hagemaru", N/A

	Famicom Disk System, "Ultraman: Kaijuu Teikoku no Gyakushuu
	    (Counterattack of Monster Empire)", N/A
	Bandai, 1986, Y3300
	(Action Game)	

	Famicom Disk System, "Ultraman 2 XXX", N/A
	Bandai, Y3300
	(Action Game)	

	Famicom Disk System, "Ultraman Club chikyuudatsukan", N/A
	Bandai, Y3300
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Famicom, "Ultraman Club 2", N/A
	Bandai, Y???

	Famicom, "Ultraman Club 3", N/A
	Yutaka, 1991, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Ultraman", "Ultraman: Towards the Future"
	Bandai, 4/6/91, Y7800
	(Fighting Game)
	This game was somewhat modified for US release.  (I think the monsters
	were changed to fit the Towards the Future series, produced in
	Australia in English.  By most reports, neither version is very good.)

	Super Famicom, "Ultra Seven", N/A
	Bandai, 3/26/93, Y8800
	(Fighting Game [?])

	Sufami Turbo, "SD Ultra Battle Seven Legend", N/A
	Bandai, 1996, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	Sufami Turbo, "SD Ultra Battle Ultraman Legend", N/A
	Bandai, 1996, Y???
	(Fighting Game)
	Almost the same game with some different characters.

	Mega Drive, "Ultraman", N/A
	MAABA, 4/9/93, Y5800
	(Fighting Game [?])

	3DO, "Ultraman Powered", N/A
	Bandai, Y???
	(Fighting Game)
	The Ultraman Powered TV series was produced in the US in English under
	the title "Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero", but has never been released in

	Gameboy, "Ultraman", N/A
	Bec, 1991, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	Gameboy, "Ultraman Club", N/A
	Bandai, 1990, Y???
	(Strategy Game)

	Gameboy, "Ultraman Ball", N/A
	Bec, 1994, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Gameboy, "Ultraman Choutoshi Gekiden", N/A
	Angel, 1994, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Saturn, "Ultraman Zukan (Picture Book)", N/A
	Kodansha, T-25501G, 9/13/96, Y6800
	(Not a game)

	Super Famicom, "Jissen Pachi-slot hisshouhou! Twin vol. 2", N/A
	Sammy, 1997, Y???
	Ultraman slot was included in this game

	Saturn, "Ultraman Zukan (Picture Book) 2 (?)", N/A
	???, 12/18/97, Y6800
	(Not a game)

	Saturn, "Ultraman Battle", N/A
	Bandai, Y???
	(Polygon Fighting Game)

	Pippin, "Action Designer Ultraman", N/A
	Bandai, Y5800
	(Digital rubber stamp set)

	Playstation, "Ultraman: Fighting Evolution", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 01248, 2/19/98, Y6800
	Banpresto, SLPS 91145, 7/29/99, Y2800
	(3D Fighting Game)

	Gameboy, "Cult Master1", N/A
	???, 3/93, Y3500
	(Quiz Game?)

	Famicom, "Ultraman Club", N/A
	Angel, 12/25/??, Y6800
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Ultraman Tiga and Ultraman Dyna New Generations", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 01455, 7/16/98, Y5800
	(Fighting Game)

	Saturn, "Ultraman Hikari no Kyojin Densetsu (Ultraman Legend of Light
	    Giant)", B/A
	Bandai, T-13308G, 12/20/96, Y7800
	(Fighting Game)

	Playstation, "Ultraman Zearth", N/A
	Tohokushinsha Film Corporation, SLPS 00652, 12/20/96, Y5800
	(Board Game)

	Playstation, "PD Ultraman Invader", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 00195, 12/22/95, Y4800
	(Space Invaders clone)

	Nintendo 64, "PD Ultraman Battle Collection 64", N/A
	Bandai, 7/16/99, Y6800
	(Growth Sim/Battle Game)

	Playstation, "Jissen Pachi-slot hisshouhou! 5", N/A
	Sammy/Maxbet, SLPS 00794, 11/27/97, Y5800
	Ultra Seven slot was included in this game

	Playstation, "Jissen Pachi-slot hisshouhou! Sammy Revolution", N/A
	Sammy/Maxbet, SLPS 01437, 6/25/98, Y6300
	Ultraman Club 3 slot was included in this game

	PSX/KidsStation, "KidsStation bokura asobou! Ultraman TV KidsStation
	    controller set", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02872, 9/21/00, Y5800 (with KidsStation controller)

	PSX/KidsStation, "KidsStation bokura asobou! Ultraman TV", N/A
	Bandai, SLPS 02873, 9/21/00, Y3800

	Famicom, "Urusei Yatsura: Wedding Bells for Lum", N/A
	Jaleco, JF-10, 10/23/86, Y4900
	(Platform Game)

	PC Engine CD, "Urusei Yatsura--Stay With You", N/A
	Hudson Soft HCD 0011~0012, 6/29/90, Y6500
	(Digital Comic)

	Gameboy, "Urusei Yatsura MISU Tomobiki wo Sagase!", N/A
	(3-D Adventure Role-Playing Game)

	Mega CD, "Urusei Yatsura" (?), N/A

	Mega CD, "Urusei Yatsura-Dear My Friends", N/A
	Game Arts, Y7800
	(Digital Comic)

	Famicom, "Ushio and Tora", N/A
	Yutaka/Bandai, Y7800
	(Role Playing)

	Super Famicom, "Ushio and Tora", N/A
	Yutaka, 1/22/93, Y8800
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Vampire Hunter D", N/A
	Victor Interactive Software, SLPS 02477, 12/9/99, Y5800
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Venus Wars: Back the City "Io"", N/A
	Varie, 1989, Y???
	(Action/Strategy Game)

	Super Famicom, "Armed Dragon Fantasy Villgust (?)", N/A
	Bandai, SHVC-VL, 5/23/92, Y9000

	Famicom, "Armed Dragon Fantasy Villgust", N/A
	Angel, 1993, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Violinist of Hamlin", N/A
	Enix, 9/29/95, Y9600
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Majin Hero Wataru Gaiden", N/A
	Hudson, 3/23/90, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	PC Engine, "Majin Eiyuu Wataru", "Keith Courage in the Alpha Zones"
	Hudson, 8/30/88, Y4900
	(Action Game.  Came with the TG16 basic set.)

	Gameboy, "Super Majin Hero Wataru Mazekko Monster", N/A
	Banpresto, 12/12/97, Y3800
	(Simulation Game)

	Playstation, "Super Majin Hero Wataru Another Step", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 01268, 4/23/98, Y5800
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Super Majin Hero Wataru Mazekko Monster 2", N/A
	Banpresto, DMG-AWMJ, 8/7/98, Y3800
	Banpresto, 036722, 8/1/00, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Simulation Game)

	Super Famicom, "Wedding Peach", N/A
	KSS, 1995, Y???

	Playstation, "Wedding Peach Doki Doki Oironaoshi Fashion Daisakusen",
	KSS, SLPS 00368, 9/27/96, Y5800
	(Simulation Game)

	Gameboy, "Wedding Peach [unreadable] Panic", N/A
	KSS, 1995, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Yaiba", N/A
	Banpresto, 1994, Y???
	(Zelda clone)

	Gameboy, "Yaiba", N/A
	Banpresto, 1994, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Game Gear, "Yaiba", N/A
	Sega, 1994, Y???
	(Action Game)

	(Apparently an obscure manga title, not the same as Yadamon)

	Super Famicom, "New Yatterman", N/A
	Yutaka, 1996, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Saturn, "Time Bokan Series Bokan to ippatsu! Doronboh complete
	    version", N/A
	Banpresto, 9/25/97, Y5800
	(Shooting Game)

	Playstation, "Time Bokan Series Bokan desu yo", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 01211, 3/12/98, Y5800
	(Shooting Game)

	Playstation, "Time Bokan Series Bokan to Ippatsu!  Doronboo", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 00609, 11/29/96, Y5800
	Banpresto, SLPS 91051, 3/19/98, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Shooting Game)

	PC Engine CD, "Yawara!", N/A
	Sofix, 10/1/92, Y6900
	(Digital Comic)

	PC Engine SCD, "Yawara! 2", N/A
	Sofix, Y???
	(Quiz; probably unplayable unless you read Japanese)

YOU'RE UNDER ARREST! (Taiho Shichau Zo!)
	Playstation, "Taiho Shichau Zo!" (?), N/A
	???, 1999, Y???

	Saturn, "Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo", N/A
	Hudson, 1/15/98, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo ~hihoutou aratanaru
	    sangeki~", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 00601, 11/29/96, Y5800
	Kodansha, SLPS 91039, 11/20/97, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo 2", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 01340~1, 3/26/98, Y6800
	(Adventure Game)

	Playstation, "Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo 3", N/A
	Kodansha, SLPS 02223~4, 8/5/99, Y5800
	(Adventure Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Kindaichi shonen no jikenbo ~10-nen me no shoutaijou~",
	Banpresto, 12/16/00, Y4500
	(Detective novel?)

	The rights to this series have been bought and it might be airing on
	television soon.  Note: it seems everyone romanizes the name this way,
	so I'll do it even though it's not the romanization system I've used
	elsewhere in this list.

	Playstation, "Yu-Gi-Oh Monster Capsule Breed and Battle", N/A
	KCE Japan East/KCE Shinjuku/Konami, VX210-J1 (SLPM 86096), 7/23/98,
	KCE Japan East/KCE Shinjuku/Konami, VX210-J2 (SLPM 86221), 7/8/99,
	    Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Growth Simulation/Battle)

	Playstation/Pocketstation, "Yu-Gi-Oh! Shin Duel Monsters", N/A
	KCE Japan East/Konami, VX172-J1 (SLPM 86396), 12/9/99, Y9800 (limited
	    edition with card, Pocketstation and strap)
	KCE Japan East/Konami, VX138-J1 (SLPM 86398), 12/9/99, Y5800 (with
	KCE Japan East/Konami, VX138-J2, 7/13/00, 'open' (rerelease, with card)
	(Adventure/RPG board game?)

	Gameboy, "Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters", N/A
	KCE Japan East/KCE Shinjuku/Konami, RK174(DMG-AYUJ), 12/17/98, Y4300
	KCE Japan East/KCE Shinjuku/Konami, 732451, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Card Battle Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters II Dark Duel Stories", N/A
	KCE Japan/Konami, RK188-J1, 7/8/99, Y4500
	(Card Battle Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Yu-Gi-Oh! Monster Capsule GB", N/A
	KCE Japan East/Konami, RK206-J1, 4/13/00, Y4500

	Gameboy Color, ???, N/A
	(Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters III Tri-holy god advent)
	KCE Japan East/Konami, RK211-J1, 7/13/00, Y4500
	(Card battler)

	Gameboy Color, ???, N/A
	(Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 4 Battle of Great Duelist yu-gi deck)
	KCE Japan East/Konami, RK227-J1, 12/7/00, Y4800
	(Card battler)

	Gameboy Color, ???, N/A
	(Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 4 Battle of Great Duelist jounouchi deck)
	KCE Japan East/Konami, RK228-J1, 12/7/00, Y4800
	(Card battler)

	Gameboy Color, ???, N/A
	(Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 4 Battle of Great Duelist kaima deck)
	KCE Japan East/Konami, RK229-J1, 12/7/00, Y4800
	(Card battler)

	Super Famicom, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho", N/A
	Namco, SHVC-YY, 1993, Y???
	(Cinematic fighter)

	Super Famicom, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho 2 Kakutou no Shou (Fighting Chapter)",
	Namco, 1994, Y9600
	(Fighting Game)

	Super Famicom, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho Tokubetuhen", N/A
	Namco, 1994, Y???
	(Cinematic fighter)

	PC Engine SCD, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho: Yamishoubu!! Ankokubujutukai"
	    (Challenge Death!! Tournament of the Black Arts of War), N/A
	Banpresto BACD3001, Y???
	(Fighting game with a first person perspective.)

	Game Gear, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho", N/A
	Sega, 1994, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Game Gear, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho II Gekitou! Shichikyou no Tatakai", N/A
	Sega, 1994, Y???
	(Cinematic Fighting Game)

	Mega Drive, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho Makyou Touitsusen", N/A
	Treasure/Sega, 1994, Y???
	(4-person Fighting Game)

	Mega Drive, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho Gaiden", N/A
	Sega, 1994, Y???
	(Role Playing)

	Gameboy, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho", N/A
	Tomy, 1993, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	Gameboy, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho Ankoku Bujutsukai (Dark Martial Arts
	    Tournament)", N/A
	Tomy, 1993, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	Gameboy, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho Makai no Tobira (Door of Demon World)", N/A
	Tomy, 1994, Y???
	(RPG/Fighting game)

	Gameboy, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho Makai Touitsu", N/A
	Tomy, 1994, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	Super Famicom, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho Final Makai Saikyou Retsuden", N/A
	Namco, 1995, Y9800
	(Fighting Game)

	3DO, "Yuu Yuu Hakusho", N/A
	Tomy, Y???
	(Fighting Game)

	Super Famicom, "Hyper Iria", N/A
	Banpresto, Y???

	Playstation, "Zeiram Zone", N/A
	Banpresto, Y???
	(3D Final Fight clone)

	PC Engine SCD, "Kishin Douji Zenki", N/A

	PC-FX, "Zenki Battle", N/A

	PC-FX, "Kishin Douji Zenki FX: Vajura Fight", N/A
	Hudson, 12/22/95, Y7800
	(Action Game)
	This is a side-scrolling fight-the-bosses style game where you  can
	play as either Chiaki or Zenki (1-2 players).

	Game Gear, "Kishin Douji Zenki", N/A
	???, 9/1/???, Y4800

	Super Famicom, "Kishin Douji Zenki Battle Raiden", N/A
	Hudson, 8/4/95, Y9980
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Kishin Douji Zenki Denei Live", N/A
	Hudson, 11/24/95, Y9980
	(Action/Cinematic fighter)

	Super Famicom, "Kishin Douji Zenki Tenchmeidou", N/A
	Hudson, 2/23/96, Y9980
	(Board game/Cinematic fighter)

	Sega Mark 3, "Zillion", "Zillion"
	(Action Game)

	Sega Mark 3, "Zillion II", "Zillion II: The Tri-Formation"
	(Action Game)

	Gameboy, "Zoids" (?), N/A

	Famicom, "Zoids", N/A
	Toshiba EMI, Y5300

	Famicom, "Zoids 2", N/A
	Toshiba EMI, Y5900

	Playstation, "ZOIDS Zenebus vs Heric", N/A
	Tomy, SLPS 02982, 11/22/00, Y5800
	(Strategy Game)

Miscellaneous (Banpresto robot games)
	Note: Banpresto has a habit of using SD Gundam characters everywhere. 
	Their games are often considered poor quality.

	Famicom, "The Great Battle Cyber", N/A
	Banpresto, 12/??, Y7300
	This game uses Gundam, Kamen Rider, and Ultraman., Y???
	(Is this one game or is there a separate Great Battle and Great Battle

	Super Famicom, "The Great Battle II Last Fighter Twin", N/A
	Banpresto, 3/28/92, Y8200
	(Action Game)
	This is a game which uses SD figures of Gundam F91, Ultraman, Kamen
	Rider Black, and "Fighter Roa" (a proprietary Banpresto character that
	doesn't appear in anime or manga).

	Super Famicom, "The Great Battle III", N/A
	Banpresto, 1993, Y???
	(Action Game)
	Uses SD versions of Gundam F-91, Ultraman Great, Kamen Rider Black RX,
	and Fighter Roa.

	Super Famicom, "The Great Battle IV", N/A
	Banpresto, 1994, Y???
	(Action/Shooting Game)
	Uses SD versions of Gundam V2, Ultraman Powered, Kamen Rider ZO, and
	Fighter Roa.

	Super Famicom, "The Great Battle V", N/A
	Banpresto, 12/22/95, Y???
	(Action/Shooting Game)
	Uses SD versions of God Gundam, Ultraman, Kamen Rider Black RX, and
	Fighter Roa.

	Gameboy Color, "The Great Battle POCKET", N/A
	Banpresto, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)
	Used characters from Gundam, Kamen Rider, Ultraman.

	Super Famicom, "SD The Great Battle", N/A
	Banpresto, SHVC-BS, 12/29/90, Y8200

	Super Famicom, "Battle Dodgeball", N/A
	Banpresto, 7/20/91, Y9600
	Uses SD characters from Ultraman, (Knight) Gundam, Kamen Rider, Dynamic
	studio (Mazinger-Z, Great Mazinger, Getta Robo, Boss Boroto).  Fighter
	Roa makes a cameo appearence.

	Super Famicom, "Battle Dodgeball 2", N/A
	Banpresto, 7/23/93, Y9600
	Uses characters from Gundam, Kamen Rider, Ultraman, Mazinger, Great
	Mazinger, UFO Robot Grendizer, Devilman.  Fighter Roa makes a cameo.

	Super Famicom, "Battle Soccer", N/A
	Banpresto, 1992, Y???
	(Soccer Game)

	Super Famicom, "Battle Soccer 2", N/A
	Banpresto, 1994, Y???
	(Soccer Game)

	Super Famicom, "Battle Racers", N/A
	Banpresto, 1995, Y???
	(Racing Game)

	Super Famicom, "Super Pachinko Taisen", N/A
	Banpresto, Y???
	(Pachinko/Fighting game)

	Famicom, "Battle Baseball", N/A
	Banpresto, 2/93, Y8600

	Gameboy, "Super Robot Wars", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, 1991, Y???
	(Strategy Game)
	Includes Mazingers, Shin Getter Robo 1 and 2, and Texas Jack.

	Gameboy, "Super Robot Wars II G", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, 1995, Y???
	(Strategy Game)
	Includes Gundams, Mazinger Z, and Getter Robo.

	Super Famicom, "Super Robot Wars III", N/A
	Banpresto/Winky Soft, 7/1993, Y???
	(Strategy Game)

	Super Famicom, "Super Robot Wars EX", N/A
	Banpresto/Winky Soft, 3/1994, Y???
	(Strategy Game)

	Super Famicom, "Super Robot Wars IV", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, 1995, Y???
	(Strategy Game)
	Uses characters from Mazinger, Great Mazinger, UFO Robot Grendizer,
	Gundam, Aura Battler Dunbine, Heavy Metal L-Gaim, Zanbot 3, Daitarn 3,
	Combattler V, Toshou Daimos, Goshogun, Raideen the brave, Getter Robo,
	Getter Robo G.

	Super Famicom, "Battle Robot Retsuden", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, 1995, Y???
	(Strategy Game)
	Uses characters from Gundam, Xabungle, Dunbine, L-Gaim, Daitarn 3,
	Zambot 3 (non-SD).

	Playstation, "Super Robot Wars IV Scramble", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, SLPS 00196, 1/26/96, Y6800
	Banpresto, SLPS 91014, 11/29/96, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Strategy Game)

	Playstation, "Neo Super Robot Wars", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, SLPS 00550, 12/27/96, Y6800
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, SLPS 91084, 8/6/98, Y6800 (rerelease)
	(Strategy Game)
	Does not use SD characters unlike other games in the series.

	Playstation, "Neo Super Robot Wars Special Disk", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 00787, 3/28/97, Y2800
	(Strategy Game)
	Add-on disk for the previous game.

	Playstation, "Super Robot Shooting", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 00553, 3/20/97, Y9800 (limited edition with figures)
	Banpresto, SLPS 00554, 3/20/97, Y6800
	(Shooting Game)
	Uses Nu Gundam, Dancougar, Shin Gettar, Billvine, Mazinger Z,
	Combattler V, and Raiden.

	Playstation, "The Great Battle 6", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 00719, 4/11/97, Y5800
	Uses Ultraman, Gundam Wing, and Kamen Rider RX., Y???
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Battle Formation", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 00968, 11/13/97, Y5800
	(Strategy Game)
	SD characters from Ultraman, Masked Rider, and Gundam.

	Playstation, "Real Robots Final Attack", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 01125, 1/8/98, Y6800
	(3D Shooting Game)
	Uses 12 different anime robots.

	Nintendo 64, "Super Robot Spirits", N/A
	Banpresto, 7/17/98, Y7800
	(3D Fighting Game)
	Uses characters from Daitarn 3, Dancougar, Mobile Fighter G Gundam,
	Aura Battler Dunbine, Blue Gale Xabungle, Voltes V.

	Playstation, "Real Robot Battle Line", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, SLPS 02139, 8/12/99, Y6800
	(Strategy Game)
	Gundam, Dunbine, Xabungle, L-Gaim characters.

	Saturn, "Super Robot Wars F", N/A
	Banpresto/Winky Soft, 9/25/97, Y6800
	(Strategy Game)
	Gundam, Mazinger, Getta Robo, Evangelion, etc. robots.

	Saturn, "Super Robot Wars F Final", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, T-20612G, 4/23/98, Y6800
	(Strategy Game)
	Limited edition includes figures

	Famicom, "Super Robot Wars II", N/A
	Banpresto/Winky Soft, 12/29/91, Y???
	(Strategy Game)

	Super Famicom, "Battle Commander", N/A
	Banpresto, Y???
	(Strategy Game)
	Characters from Gundam, Mazinger Z, Great Mazinger, Getta Robo, Getta
	Robo G, Heavy Metal L-Gaim.

	Super Famicom, "The Great Battle Gaiden 2", N/A
	Banpresto, 1994, Y???
	Ultraman Great, Gundam Unit 3 'Dendrobium Stamen' (from Gundam 0083),
	Masked Rider Black RX, and Fighter Roa.

	Gameboy, "Battle Crushers", N/A
	Banpresto (?), Y???
	(Action Game)

	Super Famicom, "Battle Pinball", N/A
	Banpresto, 1995, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Battle Soccer 2", N/A
	Banpresto, 1994, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Super Tetsu Tama Fight" (Super Iron Ball Fight), N/A
	Banpresto, 1995, Y???
	(Puzzle/Action Game)
	Ultraman Powered, RX-78 Gundam, Masked Rider Black RX, Fighter Roa.

	Playstation, "All Super Robot Wars Electronic Encyclopedia", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 01657~8, 10/29/98, Y6800
	(Not a game)

	Playstation, "Super Robot Wars F", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, SLPS 01727, 12/10/98, Y6800
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, SLPS 91216, 12/7/00, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Strategy Game)
	Port of the Saturn game.

	Playstation, "Super Robot Wars F Final", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, SLPS 01924, 4/15/99, Y6800
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, SLPS 91217, 12/7/00, Y2800 (rerelease)
	(Strategy Game)
	Port of the Saturn game.

	Playstation, "Super Hero Operations", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 01776, 1/28/99, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)
	Uses characters from Ultraman, Gundam, Metalder, Gavan.

	Super Famicom, "Hero Senki", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, Y???

	Playstation, "Super Robot Wars Complete Box", N/A
	Winkysoft/Banpresto, SLPS 02070~1, 6/10/99, Y6800
	(Strategy Game)
	Enhanced versions of Super Robot Wars II, III, EX for Playstation, plus
	'The Story of Super Robot Wars' CD.

	Wonder Swan, "Super Robot Wars Compact", N/A
	Banpresto, SWJ-BPR001, 4/28/99, Y4500
	(Strategy Game)

	Wonder Swan, "Super Robot Wars Compact 2 ~part 1:chijougekidouhen~",
	Banpresto, SWJ-BPR003, 3/30/00, Y4500
	(Strategy Game)
	Uses characters from Dancougar, Dangaiou, Tobikage, Daitarn 3, Dunbine,
	Gundam, Mazinger Z, Great Mazinger, Getter Robo, Getter Robo G,
	Combattler V, Raideen.

	Wonder Swan, "Super Robot Wars Compact 2 ~part 2:uchuugekishinhen~(?),
	Banpresto, SWJ-BPR006, 9/14/00, Y4500
	(Strategy (?))

	Wonder Swan, "Super Robot Wars Compact 2 ~part 3:gingakessenhen~", N/A
	Banpresto, Y4500
	(Strategy (?))

	Playstation, "Super Robot Wars II", N/A
	Banpresto/Winky Soft, SLPS 02406, 12/2/99, Y2000
	(Strategy Game)
	Uses characters from Gundam, Mazinger Z, Great Mazinger, UFO Robot
	Grendizer, Getter Robo, Getter Robo G.

	Playstation, "Super Robot Wars III", N/A
	Banpresto/Winky Soft, SLPS 02530, 12/22/99, Y2000
	(Strategy Game)
	Uses characters from Gundam, Mazinger Z, Great Mazinger, UFO Robot
	Grendizer, Getter Robo, Getter Robo G, Combattler V, Raideen.

	Playstation, "Super Robot Wars EX", N/A
	Banpresto/Winky Soft, SLPS 02529, 1/6/00, Y2000
	(Strategy Game)
	Uses characters from Gundam, Mazinger Z, Great Mazinger, UFO Robot
	Grendizer, Getter Robo, Getter Robo G, Goshogun, Dunbine.

	N64, "Super Robot Wars 64", N/A
	Banpresto, 10/29/99, Y7800
	(Strategy Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Super Robot Wars Link Battler", N/A
	Banpresto, 10/1/99, Y4500
	(Strategy Game)

	PSX/PocketStation, "Super Robot Wars Alpha", N/A
	Banpresto/WinkySoft, SLPS 02636, 5/25/2000, Y6980
	Banpresto/WinkySoft, SCPS 45476, 5/25/2000, Y6800 (with
	    Chinese/English/Japanese manual)
	Banpresto/WinkySoft, SLPS 02528, 5/25/2000, Y9800 (with cellular phone
	    cable, keychain links (with keychains), wristband, Pocketstation
	    shield, figure)
	(Strategy Game)
	Uses characters from Gundam, Dunbine, Daitarn 3, Mazinger, Getter Robo,
	Dancougar, Raideen, Combattler V, Voltes V, Macross, Top wo Nerae!
	Gunbuster, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Giant Robo.

	Dreamcast, "Super Robot Wars Alpha", N/A
	Banpresto, Y???
	(Strategy Game)
	Port of the Playstation game.

	Playstation, "ClickManga/Dynamic Robot War 1", N/A
	Tokuma Shoten Intermedia company, SLPS 02131, 9/30/99, Y2000
	(Digital Comic)
	Uses characters from Getter Robo(t), Mazinger Z, Great Mazinger, UFO
	Robot Grendizer.

	Playstation, "ClickManga/Dynamic Robot War 2", N/A
	Tokuma Shoten Intermedia company, SLPS 02407, 12/16/99, Y2000
	(Digital Comic)
	Uses characters from Mazinger Z, Great Mazinger, Getter Robo(t),

Miscellaneous (Sanrio series):
	Super Famicom, "Keroppi's Adventure Diary", N/A

	Gameboy, "Sanrio Carnival", N/A
	(Puzzle Game)

	Famicom, "Sanrio Carnival", N/A
	Character Soft, Y???
	(Puzzle Game)

	Famicom, "Sanrio Carnival 2", N/A
	Character Soft, Y???

	Famicom, "Sanrio Cup Ponpon Valley", N/A
	Character Soft, Y???

	Super Famicom, "Sanrio Shanghai", N/A

	Super Famicom, "Sanrio Smash Ball!", N/A

	Playstation, "Hello Kitty Cube de Cute", "Hello Kitty's Cube Frenzy"
	Culture Publishers, 6/25/98, Y4800
	D3 Publisher Inc./Culture Publishers, SLPS 02455, 12/2/99, Y1980
	(Puzzle Game)

	Gameboy Color, ???, "Hello Kitty's Cube Frenzy"
	???, Y???
	(Puzzle Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Fairy Kitty no kaiun jiten ~yousei no kuni no uranai
	    shuugyou~", N/A
	Imagineer Co. Ltd., 12/12/98, Y3980
	Imagineer Co. Ltd., 586358, Y1000
	(Growth/Fortune Telling)

	Gameboy Color, "Hello Kitty Magical Museum", N/A
	Imagineer Co. Ltd., 4/28/99, Y3980
	(Puzzle Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Hello Kitty's Beads Factory", N/A
	Imagineer Co. Ltd., 7/17/99, Y3980
	(Puzzle Game)

	Gameboy, "Sanrio Uranai Party", N/A
	Imagineer, DMG-AG7J-JPN, 12/5/97, Y2980
	(Fortune Telling)
	This game is bundled with a pink Hello Kitty Game Boy Pocket for Y9800.

	Super Famicom, " Kerokerokeroppi no Bouken nikki ~Nemureru mori no
	    Keroleen~", N/A
	Character Soft, 1994, Y???
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Playstation, "Hello Kitty White Present", N/A
	Hudson Soft, SLPS 01766, 12/17/98, Y5800
	(Puzzle Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Sanrio Time Net kakohen", N/A
	Imagineer, DMG-ATPJ, 11/27/98, Y3500
	Imagineer, 797669, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Sanrio Time Net miraihen", N/A
	Imagineer, DMG-ATFJ, 11/27/98, Y3500
	Imagineer, 798797, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Role-Playing Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Fairy Kitty no kaiun jiten ~yousei no kuni no uranai
	    shuugyou~", N/A
	Imagineer Co. Ltd., DMG-AFUJ, 12/12/98, Y3980
	Imagineer Co. Ltd., 586358, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Growth/Fortune Telling)

	Gameboy Color, "Hello Kitty Sweet Adventure ~Daniel-kun ni aitai~", N/A
	Imagineer Co., Ltd., 7/19/00, Y3980
	(Action Game)

	Gameboy Color, "Dear Daniel Sweet Adventure ~Kitty-chan wo sagashite~",
	Imagineer Co., Ltd., 7/19/00, Y3980
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Hello Kitty World", N/A
	Sanrio (?), CTS-HW, 1992, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Famicom, "Kerokerokeroppi no Daibouken", N/A
	Sanrio (?), CTS-ZI, 1992, Y???
	(Action Game)

	Playstation, "Kitty the Kool!", N/A
	Imagineer Co., Ltd., SLPS 01566, 12/26/98, Y4800
	Imagineer Co., Ltd., SLPM 86140, 12/26/98, Y4800

	Dreamcast, "Hellp Kitty Lovely Fruit Park", N/A
	Sega, HDR-0055, 11/25/99, Y2800
	(Puzzle Game)

	Dreamcast, "Hello Kitty Magical Block", N/A
	Sega, HDR-0070, 3/30/00, Y2800
	(Puzzle Game)

	Dreamcast, "Hello Kitty (voice?) Mail", N/A
	Sega, HDR-0065, 4/13/00, Y2800
	(Mail software)

	Gameboy Color, "Hello Kitty Game Boy Color Special Box", N/A
	Imagineer Co. Ltd., 1998, Y???
	Includes Game Boy Colour and Fairy Kitty no kaiun jiten ~yousei no kuni

	Gameboy Color, "Hello Kitty Game Boy Color Special Box 2", N/A
	Imagineer Co. Ltd., 7/19/00, Y11260
	Includes Game Boy Colour and Hello Kitty Sweet Adventure ~Daniel-kun ni

	Game Boy Advance, "Hello Kitty Miracle Collection(?)", N/A
	Imagineer Co., Ltd., Y???

	Playstation, "Hello Kitty no Osyaberitaun", N/A
	Atlus, SLPS 03060, 12/14/00, Y4900

	Dreamcast, "Hello Kitty Waku Waku Cookies", N/A
	Sega, HDR-0090, 8/10/00, Y2800

	DC?, "Hello Kitty Garden Panic", N/A
	Sega?, Y???

	DC?, "Hello Kitty Dream Passport 2", N/A
	Sega?, Y???

	Famicom, "Famicom Jump Hero Retsuden", N/A
	Bandai, 1988, Y???
	Game which uses a lot of Shonen Jump characters including Goku from
	Dragonball, Kenshiro, Seiya, Wingman, and Captain Tsubasa.

	Super Famicom, "Panic in Nakayoshi World", N/A
	Bandai, 1994, Y6980
	Includes characters from Sailor Moon, Kingyo Chuuihou, Chou,
	Kuseninarisou, and Kurumi to Shichinin no Kobitotachi.

	Gameboy, "Welcome Nakayoshi Pack" (?), N/A
	Bandai, 1994, Y???
	(Mini-games (?))
	Apparently has characters from Sailor Moon and a bunch of other series
	I don't recognize.

	Famicom, "Nakayoshi Dai Sakusen", N/A

	Playstation, "Neon Genesis Evangelion Eva to Yukai na Nakamatachi", N/A
	Gainax, SLPS 01485, 7/23/98, Y6800
	(Mahjongg Game)
	Features characters from Evangelion, Nadia, and Gunbuster.

	Saturn, "Neon Genesis Evangelion Eva to Yukai na Nakamatachi", N/A
	Gainax, 11/5/98, Y6800
	(Mahjongg Game)

	Playstation, "AZITO2", N/A
	Amusement Soft and Technology 21/Banpresto, SLPS 01526, 10/15/98, Y5800
	(Strategy Game)
	Features characters from Toei live action series.

	Playstation, "AZITO3", N/A
	Amusement Soft and Technology 21/Banpresto, SLPS 02496, 2/17/00, Y6800
	(Strategy Game)
	Features characters from Toei live action series.

	Dreamcast, "Sunrise Eiyuutan", N/A
	Atelier-Sai/Sunrise Interactive, T-41101M, 12/2/99, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)
	Uses characters from Sunrise's robot anime.  Limited edition came with

	Wonder Swan, "Harobots", N/A
	Sunrise Interactive, SWJ-SRV001, 10/7/99, Y4300
	(Growth RPG)
	Uses characters from Sunrise's robot anime.

	Playstation, "Little Witching Mischiefs", N/A
	Bandai Visual, SLPS 01850, 2/4/99, Y6800
	(Simulation Game)
	Uses magical girl characters and Cutey Honey.  Limited edition includes

	Playstation, "Shinsetai Robot Senki Brave Saga", N/A
	Takara, SLPS 01756, 12/17/98, Y6800
	Uses characters from Dougram, Armored Trooped Votoms, Galient, and
	Braves series.

	Playstation, "Brave Saga Brave Charge Box", N/A
	Takara, SLPS 01755, 12/17/98, Y6800

	Playstation, "Brave Saga2", N/A
	Takara, SLPS 02580~1, 5/2/00, Y7800
	(Strategy Game)
	Uses characters from Dougram, Armored Trooped Votoms, Galient, and
	Braves series.

	Playstation, "Quiz Charaokedon! Toei Tokusatsu Hero part 1", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 02189, 7/22/99, Y3800
	(Quiz Game)
	Uses characters from Toei live action series.

	Playstation, "Quiz Charaokedon! Toei Tokusatsu Hero part 2", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 02310, 10/21/99, Y3800
	(Quiz Game)
	Uses characters from Toei live action series.

	Dreamcast, "Super Hero Retsuden (?)", N/A
	Banpresto, T-20601M, 7/27/00, Y6800
	Uses characters from Toei's live action series.

	Playstation, "Super Hero Operations Diedal's Ambition", N/A
	Banpresto, SLPS 03019, 11/22/00, Y9800 (limited edition with slipcase,
	    figures, NTT telephone card)
	Banpresto, SLPS 03020, 11/22/00, Y6800
	(Role-Playing Game)
	Used characters from Ultraman, Gavan, Sherivan, Shaider, Kikaider,
	Kamen Rider, Zubat(?), Machineman, Inazuman

	Wonder Swan, "Time Bokan Series Bokan densetsu buta moodaterya
	    doronboo", N/A
	Banpresto, SWJ-BPR005, 4/27/00, Y4200

	Playstation 2, "Sunrise Eiyuutan R", N/A
	Atelier-Sai/Sunrise Interactive, SLPS 25011, 11/22/00, Y7800
	(Role-Playing Game)
	Uses characters from Gundam, Armored Trooper Votoms, Galient, Aura
	Battler Dunbine, Gaogaigar, SPT Lazner, Giant Gorg, Xabungle, Vifam,
	Dragonar, Heavy Metal L-Gaim, Dougram, G-Breaker, Raijin-oh, Mama is a
	4th grader, Samurai Trooper, Cowboy Bebop, Da Garn, Future GFX Cyber
	Formula, Gulkeeva/Garugiiba(?)

	Gameboy Color, "GB Harobots(?)", N/A
	Sunrise Interactive, JAN 4526519-00012-7, 12/1/00, Y4800
	(Growth RPG)
	Uses characters from Sunrise's robot anime.

	Gameboy Color, "Brave Saga Shinshou Asutaria(?)", N/A
	Takara Co., Ltd., CGB-P-BBSJ(JPN), 1/26/00, Y4800
	(Role-Playing Game)
	Uses characters from Sunrise's robot anime.

	Playstation, "Tatsunoko Fight", N/A
	Takara Co., Ltd., SLPS 02939, 10/5/00, Y5800
	(Fighting Game)
	Used characters from Gatchaman, Casshan, Polimar, Tekkaman.  limited
	edition came with pamphlet, Tatsunoko heroes premium metal plate, metal

	Gameboy Color, "Columns GB Omazu Tezuka characters", N/A
	Media Factory, DMG-AOYJ, 1999, ?
	Media Factory, 587494, 9/1/00, Y1000 (rerelease)
	(Columns clone)
	Used characters from series created by Osamu Tezuka.

*Not* Anime related, but mistaken for it:
	Battle Mania (Trouble Shooters, Genesis) [no, this was _not_ a Dirty
            Pair game though it certainly looks like one.  Still an excellent
	Dragon's Heaven (Saturn) [No, this has nothing to do with the OAV.]
	Suikoden (Playstation) [the name is deceptive, as both the game and
	    the anime were actually named after a Chinese novel]
		    *Games made into animation*

Sometimes the game comes first and the animation afterwards.  There are lots
of these, too.  Games made into manga, often serialized in game magazines, are
also very common.  This list is currently _very_ incomplete.  Information is

The only fan translation I know of for any of the manga is for two of the
Lunar manga and some Phantasy Star.

	   Game Name               American Version?	 Anime/manga
                                       (of game)    

    Arc the Lad I/II (PSX)                 Y (upcoming)  Anime (TV) *5
    Art of Fighting/Ryouko no Ken (lots)   Y             Anime *12, manga
    Art of Fighting 2 (lots)               Y             Manga
    Bomberman (lots)                       Y (mostly)    Anime (TV)
    Classmates (PCE CD), Classmates        N             Anime*5
        Mahjongg (PSX)
    Classmates 2 (SFC, Saturn, PC, PSX)    N             Anime
    Cosmic Fantasy (PCE CD, Mega-CD)       N             Anime
    Cosmic Fantasy 3 (PCE CD)	           N		 Manga
    Darkstalkers/Vampire (PSX, Saturn)     Y             Anime*7, *9
    Digimon (PSX, Saturn, Wonder Swan)     N             Anime (TV)
    Dragon Knight I-IV (PCE, computers,    Y (PC only)   Anime*5
	IV on Playstation; US name:
	Knights of Xentar)
    Dragon Warrior 3/Dragon Quest 3 (NES)  Y		 Anime (TV), manga*
    Dragon Slayer: The Legend (TG-16 SCD)  Y		 Anime *11
        of Heroes
    Far East of Eden (PCE CD)              N             Anime
    Far East of Eden II (PCE CD)           N             Manga (?)
    Fatal Fury/Legend of Garou (various)   Y (SNES, Neo) Anime (two) *7
    Fatal Fury II (lots)		   Y             Anime*7, manga
    Fatal Fury Special (lots)              Y             Manga
    Final Fantasy 5 (Super Famicom)        N             Anime*11
    Fire Emblem (Super Famicom, NES)       N             Anime*5, manga
    Flying Warriors (NES)                  Y		 Manga***
    Galaxy Fraulein Yuna (PCE SCD, PC-FX,  N             Anime*5
    Gradius (lots)			   Y (mostly)	 Anime (?)
    Gowcaiser (Neo-Geo, PSX)               Y             Anime *12
    Graduation (PSX, SF, ???)              Y (PCs)       Anime
    King of Fighters '94 (???)             Y             Manga
    King of Fighters '97                   Y (mostly)    Manga
    Little Ninja Brothers (NES)/           Y		 Manga***
	Ninja Boy (Gameboy)
    Lunar (Sega CD, Saturn)                Y             Manga
    Masoukishin (SF, PSX)                  N             Anime, manga
    Madara (Super Famicom)	           N		 Anime, manga
    Mega Man/Rock Man (various)            Y             Manga*9
    Megami Paradise (PCE SCD)              N             Anime*5
    Momotarou Densetsu (Gameboy/F/SF)      N		 Anime
    Monster Rancher, Monster Rancher 2 (PSX)  Y          Anime (TV)
    MS Gundam Side Story: The Blue Destiny N             Manga*15
    Ninja Gaiden (anime: Ninja Ryukenden)  Y             Anime
    Ogre Battle/Tactics Ogre (lots)        Y (mostly)    Manga
    Phantasy Star series (SMS, Genesis)    Y             Manga
    Pocket Monster (Gameboy, SF, F64)      Y             Anime (TV), manga*14
    Power Dolls (Playstation, PC)          Y (PC)        Anime*5, manga
    Power Stone (Dreamcast)                Y             Anime (TV)
    Psychic Force (Playstation)            Y             Anime
    Quo Vadis (Saturn)                     Y             Anime
    Romancing Saga, Romancing Saga II (SF) N             Manga
    Sakura Wars (Saturn)		   N             Anime*5, Anime (TV)
    Salamander/Life Force (lots)           Y (NES)       Anime
    Sentimental Journey (PSX, PCs, ???)    N             Anime (TV)
    Samurai Shodown/Samurai Spirits (lots) Y		 Anime*5, manga*10
    Shadowrun (SNES)                       Y             Manga
    Shining Force (Genesis, GG, Saturn)    Y		 Manga
    Shin Megamiu Tensei (GB, NES, SNES, PSX)   Y (some)  Anime (TV)
    Sonic the Hedgehog (various Sega)      Y             Anime*9
    (Super) Street Fighter II (lots)       Y (mostly)    A,A(TV),M *4, *9, *10
    Star Soldier (NES), Takahashi Meijin no Bokenjima/Adventure Island (NES)
	(Combined as Bugtte Honey)	   Y		 Anime
    Super Mario World (SNES)               Y             Manga*8
    Super Robot Wars (various)             N             Manga
    Tales of Eternia (PSX)                 N             Anime
    Tekken (PSX)			   Y		 Anime (CGI actually)
    Toshinden (Playstation, Saturn)        Y             Anime, Manga*10
    Twinbee                                Y (partly)    Anime
    Umihara Kawase (SF)                    N             Manga
    Underclassmates (?)                    N             Anime*13
    Ultima (NES, SMS, SNES, computers)     Y             Manga
    Valis (PCE/TG-16 CD/SCD, SNES, Genesis)Y (mostly)	 Anime*6
    Virtua Fighter (arcade, Saturn)        Y             Anime (TV) *11
    Virus (Saturn)                         N             Anime (TV)
    Wild Arms (PSX)                        Y             Anime (TV)
    With You - mitsumete itai - (PC,       N             Anime
      Saturn, PSX (?))
    Wizardry (PCE SCD, SNES, computers)    Y		 Anime, manga**
    Ys I (TG-16 CD, SMS, computers)        Y		 Anime, manga
    Ys II (TG-16 CD)                       Y             Anime
    Ys IV Mask of the Sun (SF, Mega-CD)    N             Manga
    Zelda series (NES, SNES, N64)          Y             Manga*8

* Dragon Quest is the Japanese name, Dragon Warrior the US name.  13 episodes
of this were dubbed and broadcast briefly in the USA.  There was a second
Dragon Quest TV show, which is obviously based on the games (it uses some of
the same music, for one) but I don't know on which ones.

** Yes, the Robert Woodhead who worked on Wizardry runs AnimEigo, and no, he
can't bring the anime to America without the permission of the US co-owners,
which he doesn't have.  (Hey, I thought it was a creative idea when _I_ asked
it too.)

*** The manga for these games was translated, colored, and serialized in
Gamepro magazine for December 1990-November 1991.  I have no idea what the
original titles of these games or manga were.

*4 There is an animated SF2 movie, and a prequel TV series.  There are
several SF2 manga; one Japanese one was released in the USA, and another
(using mostly Cammy) was serialized in Game On! USA.  (None of them are
connected to the earlier Malibu comic, or to the live-action American movie.)
The animation has been released in the US, but with changed music and cuts
(even the 'uncut' version contained a few cuts).  In turn, the animated movie
was made into manga, which was also released in America.  The TV series is
being released on video by Manga Entertainment, with changed opening and
closing sequences (even in the subtitled version).

*5 Released by AD Vision in the US.  Samurai Shodown is dubbed only.
Classmates is subbed only and renamed End of Summer.

*6 For April Fools Day 1993 I did a fake "Valis OAV Synopsis", but have since
received several references to a real Valis OAV.  It was supposedly released
1990 and may have been a limited edition only available through a contest.

Update: Occasionally Japanese anime magazines will include a bonus booklet
that lists all anime ever made.  Anime V (2/97) and Animage (1999) each had
one.  Neither lists Valis or Mugen Senshi Valis.  Was this anime ever really

*7 Released in the US by Viz.  Note: The names in Darkstalkers are translated
incorrectly, even in the subtitled version.

*8 Serialized in the US in Nintendo Power.

*9 Unrelated to the US cartoon.

*10 Some of this manga appeared in Game On! USA.  Samurai Shodown had 7
chapters, Toshinden had the one-shot, and Street Fighter II Cammy had 6

*11 Released in the US by Urban Vision.  Virtua Fighter is dub-only.

*12 Released in the US by USMC.

*13 Released as First Loves and First Loves 2 in the US by Soft Cel.

*14 Only the title Pokemon is used in the US.  Translations are on TV, the
manga is put out by Viz, and you already know that.

*15 Serialized in the US in Mixxzine.

Web pages:

The Anime Video Game Resource Center is at .
The anime Super Famicom site is at .
There is an anime Playstation game site (which is really about Japanese PSX
games in general) at .
A page for Dragonball games is at .
There is another at .

Appendix: emulation

Video game emulators allow video games to be played on a PC or other computer
by simulating, in software, how the original machine's hardware runs.  In
order to be able to run an emulator, the PC has to be many, many, times the
speed of the original--emulating the original's CPU may not be hard, but all of
the hardware in the machine, including the sound and graphics processors, has
to be emulated at the same time.

Video game emulators are probably many people's only hope for playing most of
the above games, if you're willing to stoop to a little piracy, since it's
illegal to have a ROM image of a game you don't own.  It's fairly easy to find
lots of images on the net, though not all of them.  Hackers can also modify
the ROM images to fan-translate the games, and a few anime-related games have
been fan-translated this way.  (And I really wish people would know better,
but please stop looking for ROMs of CD games.  CD games don't come in ROMs.)

It's beyond the scope of this FAQ to list all the emulators that exist.
Check out for more information.

Oh yeah, and if you want to play the Urusei Yatsura game for Famicom on
Nesticle, flip the mirroring.  On fwnes, make sure it uses memory mapper 3.
       Ken Arromdee / /

      "Eventually all companies are replaced."  --Bill Gates, October 1999

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