A adult mahjong game by Game Arts.
A sequel to the 1992 computerized shogi adaptation Kiwame.
A computer adaptation of the game of shogi.
The second entry in Riverhill Soft's 1920 Series which has detective Todo Ryunosuke solving a murder mystery aboard an international ship traveling from San Fra...
A Japan League Soccer/Football title for FM-Towns and NEC PC-98.
The sequel to Mugen no Shinzō spreads out onto additional platforms.
An RPG for various Japanese computers, from Xtalsoft.
An RPG that was the first title published by U-Office, the parent company of Leaf that would later became Aquaplus.
An adult RPG that was the second title released by Leaf in 1995.
An adult mahjong game that was the first title released by Leaf in 1995.
The inaugural installment of Something Good (later ASCII Something Good and i4)'s shōgi series.
The sequel to Tecno Soft's overhead shooter; it's more of an action/RPG.
The third installment in the Rune Worth series.
The sequel to Rune Worth developed by T&E Soft.
An action RPG developed for the PC-98 by Lawins, a production team led by Hiromasa Miyoshi, in collaboration with Tierheit.
A top-down action RPG created by Tokihiro Naito for Japanese computers.
The first game based on the Slayers anime.
A expansion pack for Revival Xanadu that includes a remake of Xanadu Scenario II and an "Easy Version" of Revival Xanadu.
A remake of Nihon Falcom's Xanadu that was released in 1995 for the NEC PC-98.
Traditional hanafuda card game from Hudson Soft.
A utility for Sorcerian that allows the player to alter various aspects of the game. Other bonuses were also included such as a music player, a Sorcerian quiz g...
The third expansion pack to Sorcerian containing five new scenarios.
The second expansion pack for Sorcerian featuring five new scenarios set in Japan during the Sengoku period.
An expansion pack for Sorcerian featuring five new scenarios to play through.
A multi-platform role playing game from Kogado Studio.
A first-person party-based "blobber" dungeon crawler RPG that was released on a number of Japanese platforms.
An adventure game developed by Kogado Studio for Japanese computers.
An adventure game released by Enix that was known for its large number of animations for the time.
An adult PC game developed by ZyX and released in English by Otaku Publishing.
A bizarre 3D action game where giant digitized people try to kill the player.
A 1995 video game featuring the real-life murderous Japanese cult Aum Shinrikyō. Although rumored to be a recruitment tool/propaganda it was actually made to l...
Enix adventure game about a Californian detective hired to help a pair of grandparents find their missing granddaughter.
The canceled sequel to Enix's Angelus that was set to be released for the PC-98 and PC-Engine CD.
A "neo occultism AVG" developed by Enix for Japanese computers in 1988.
The "advanced" version of Falcom's Lord Monarch which includes new maps and other improvements.
A turn-bnased strategy RPG released for the NEC PC-98 and was the very first game developed by Gust.
The fourth game in the Schwarzschild sci-fi strategy game series.
The third game in the Schwarzschild Sci-Fi strategy game series.
The second entry in the Sur Dé Mystery Series, with the previous installment being Nostalgia 1907, about a psychologist on board an airplane with his patient w...
An action RPG developed by System Sacom that does not contain experience points and follows the adventures of a young singer named Ryan.
Derby Stallion on the NEC PC98.
A mahjong game for the NEC-PC9801 and FM Towns.
Tenchi Muyō game for Turbo CD and PC-98.
The first sequel to sci-fi strategy game Schwarzschild.
The inaugural entry in the Schwarzschild series.
The first sequel to another of Koei's medieval Japan strategy games.
A dating/murder mystery visual novel.
Ero visual novel from Technopolis.
A Sengoku-era strategy game that was first released on PC-88 and ported to the Sega Mega Drive. It is the second of Wolf Team's Zan series.
Published in 1992, Mobile Suit Gundam: Advanced Operation is the first of three Gundam strategy games by Family Soft for the PC-98.
A sliding puzzle game featuring erotic images of three different college students developed by Nihon Falcom.
An entry in the Ghost Hunter dungeon crawling series.
The direct sequel to Soft de Hard na Monogatari and the fourth entry in System Sacom's Novel Ware series.
The second entry in System Sacom's Novel Ware franchise about the son of a video game company manager who has to do his father's job while he is hospitalized.
A sci-fi adventure game about the creation of a nuclear bomb shelter meant to save humanity from the inevitable nuclear war. The title was the first entry in Sy...
An adult visual novel about a college student who is trying to uncover the mystery behind his horrible nightmares while staying at his cousins' house after the ...
An adult visual novel developed by Leaf about a high school student investigating why one of his fellow students seemingly went mad during his class. The game i...
Horror adventure game that was later adopted into an anime.
Ruriiro no Yuki is a simulation game developed by Ail-Soft and published by KID for the Sega Saturn. It was ported from the NEC PC9801 version of the game, rele...
The Can Can Bunny series' 32-bit debut, following a new goddess' matchmaking attempts.
Adult-Adventure game which was only released in Japan.
The follow-up sequel to Can Can Bunny.
An adult dating sim about a fairy helping a man find love.
Godzilla is a strategy game from SystemSoft, released for the NEC PC-9801
The third in T&E Soft's '90s golf simulation games for Japanese computers.
The second in T&E Soft's '90s golf simulation games for Japanese computers. It features an original course (Eight Lakes) and was one of the few to not be po...
A side-scrolling shooter combined with a role-playing game developed by Falcom for Japanese computers.
A time traveling murder mystery set in Chicago. Despite appearances, there is no connection to the classic film. The title, cover art and menu screen were cha...
A visual novel.
A visual novel.
A crate best served cold
A compilation of the two "strip" installments of the arcade Super Real Mahjong games, with extra modes.
The third Variable Geo game.
The first game in the Variable Geo series.
A golf game from Artdink.
The third numbered Arcus game.
The first entry in what is known in the West as the "Genghis Khan" series. It is named after a line in "The Secret History of the Mongols", the oldest surviving...
The follow-up to the game released internationally as simply "A-Train"
A visual novel for Sharp X68000 and PC-9801
The first game in the Zan series.
A visual novel from Foster.
A visual novel from Foster.
A text-adventure game developed by Cross Media Soft.
A strategy horror game released by dB-SOFT only in Japan.
A text-based adventure game developed by Soft Studio Wing released only in Japan.
A sci-fi adventure game that is the fifth installment in System Sacom's Novel Ware franchise.
Turn-based strategy game based on Macross series.
Sequel featuring additional management complexities but otherwise follows similar turn based strategy approach through a mission by mission format of the origin...
An "active rail playing game" for NES and various Japanese computer systems.
Fantasy eroge fighting game
The first game in the Farland Saga series, released on Japanese home computers in 1992. Would later see a remake for consoles that combined it with its sequel.
Actually the third in Artdink's series of train and railroad simulators, A-Train saw multiple releases outside of Japan.
A collection of the first three Mujintou Monogatari games for the PC-98.
A vertically strolling shooter for the PC-98.
The sequel to Fifth Element for the PC-98.