An action RPG developed by Telenet Japan and released in 1988, it is the first part of the XZR/Exile trilogy. The game was controversial for its references to religion, politics, and drugs. Unlike its sequels, XZR was never released outside of Japan.
The 9th core Atelier game and the first of the two Mana Khemia games. The game’s main focus is on the lead protagonist, Vayne Aurelius, the son of a legendary alchemist named Theofratus who had disappeared sometime after Vayne’s birth. Since [...]
In one-player mode there are 34 levels, accessed via passwords, 3 lives, and lots of powerup weapons. If one player completes the level, both advance to the next one (like Lotus 2, funnily enough. I guess I ought to think of a similarity to Lotus 3, just [...]
This episode in the fantasy Might & Magic series built around a new LithTech-powered, 3D game engine. Improvements include overland maps, branching conversations, a new class system, more flexible spell casting, and twenty-three unique skills. The [...]
Sindbad Mystery is an arcade game developed by Sega for Sega G80 (raster) hardware in 1983. It was ported to the SG-1000 in the same year. It follows a boy named Sindbad who must avoid monsters while piecing together a treasure map, similar to Pac-Man. He [...]
Monty Python & The Quest for the Holy Grail is based off of the comedy classic film, follow the adventures of King Arthur and his Knights of Camelot as you go on you quest appointed by (a somewhat annoyed) God to find the Holy Grail.