A 3D bowling game by Nichibutsu. It later received a re-release as Wai Wai Bowling.
A third-person hydroplane racing game by Highwaystar.
As the young vampire Christopher, grow your dark powers and use them against the most powerful vampire count of 19th century Europe in this Japanese "Gothic Hor...
Become a pirate captain in this simulation game from Artdink.
Discover the New World yet again in this updated sequel to the Japanese PS1 historical-discovery game Neo Atlas.
As a 15th century Portuguese trader, discover new lands while uncovering its mysteries and chart the "World Atlas" in this PS1 remake of Artdink's simulation ga...
A Japan-exclusive RPG for the PS1 and a sequel to Seirei Shoukan.
A Japan-exclusive RPG for the PS1.
A Japan-exclusive puzzle/shoot-'em-up game for the PS1 and Saturn. Shoot different-colored crabs falling from the sky before they fill up the playfield.
A Japan-exclusive logic puzzle game for the PS1. Place arrows in the base piece so that it fills up the "grille" piece correctly in all rotations. It later rece...
A Japan-only shop simulator for the PS1, tasking players with building and maintaining a game center from 1978 to 1998.
The Sims 2: Pets is the standalone console version of The Sims 2: Pets.
The final game in Game Arts's Gamber Jiko Chuushinha series of mahjong games based on the manga of the same name. It features a free-play mode with a total of 5...
A PS1 visual novel.
A PS1 adventure game by Pandora Box, based on the mini-games in previous Pandora MAX Series games.
The last official entry in the Oni series of JRPGs.
A riichi mahjong game for the PSP, featuring a bunch of moe girls voiced by the massive all-girl J-pop idol group AKB48.
A downloadable PSP mahjong game based on the visual novel L@ve Once. Includes both riichi mahjong and mahjong solitaire.
A downloadable collection of table games for the PSP, with all five games (Mahjong, Reversi, Daifugou, Hanafuda, and Shogi) also available as separate downloads...
A sequel to the PSP riichi mahjong game Saki Portable, based on the original manga's spin-off series.
A PS1 rhythm game where you conduct a classical orchestra. It was originally had two separate simultaneous releases ("pp Pianissimo" and "ff Fortissimo") with d...
The Sims 2 on PSP had the player's character breaking down in the middle of Strangetown and uncovering the mysterious plot around the Sims in the area.
A sequel to Nippon Ichi Software's PS1 adapation of riichi mahjong, now with a new art style and the option for three-player mahjong. Later known as Logic Mahjo...
The first title in a long-running shōgi simulator series.
A kendō simulator which features some typical fighting game trappings.
A second helping of reversi in the Simple series
A budget-priced pachinko game.
A fantasy RPG with young ladies and a cutesy/fan-service aesthetic.
A port of Mujintou Monogatari 4 for the PlayStation.
A Japanese adventure game for the PlayStation staring a cat samurai in ancient Japan.
Another Daiku no Gen-san (Hammerin' Harry)-themed pachislot game.
Action RPG developed by Shade, Quintet and Arc Entertainment for the PlayStation.
Sudoku/Numpla game with additional nonogram puzzles.
A collection of the first three entries in the Suiri adventure series with an additional 10 episodes.
An adventure game about a female detective that has to solve 18 different cases.
The sequel to Micro Cabin's simulation game, Marionette Company.
A simulation game where the player discovers a human-like robot in the garbage and attempts to repair it.
A PlayStation port of Lord Monarch that contains a new presentation, maps and story mode.
A strategy game developed by Gust for the PlayStation that features a story steeped in Indian mythology about a nomadic tribe fighting in Central Aisa.
Strategy RPG set in ancient Persia developed by Gust for the PlayStation.
A dating simulation game where the protagonist, who moved a lot when he was young, receives a mysterious letter that simply reads "I want to meet you". In order...
Despite its name, Crystal Mines is an enhanced remake of Crystal Mines II.
An adventure manzai simulation game.
Yet another feudal Japan tactics game from Koei.
The fifth Mahjong Haoh game.
The second Mahjong Haoh game.
The first game in the Mahjong Haoh series.
A role-playing game loosely based off the anime of the same name created by Xing Entertainment for the PlayStation.
The fourth entry in Leaf's Visual Novel Series about a Japanese high school student that lives a double life as a secret agent.
A sound novel where the player visits a small village that hides many deadly secrets.
A sequel to Akagawa Jirou's previous Yasoukyoku title.
A game that combines two different genres, a dating sim and a sound novel.
A sound novel where a couple ends up having to stay at a spooky mansion overnight after their car breaks down.
A sound novel about the life of Oda Nobunaga developed by Athena for the PlayStation.
An enhanced port of Gakkou Deatta Kowai Hanashi that contains extra story material and was released for the PlayStation in 1996.
The second Taisen Puzzle-Dama game themed after the Tokimeki Memorial franchise, this time featuring characters from the second installment in the series.
An adventure game where the protagonist finds himself trapped in a time loop where he must relive the same day over and over again.
The third and final Pro Mahjong Kiwame game on the original PlayStation.
The second PlayStation Pro Mahjong Kiwame game.
The first PlayStation installment in the Pro Mahjong Kiwame series.
The first Bishi Bashi game to be released on consoles. Not to be confused with the later European release, which although it does include some mini-games from h...
An anime-esque PlayStation volleyball game.
Ice sweeping simulator for PlayStation.
A spin-off in the A-Ressha de Ikou series.
The fifth sequential A-Ressha de Ikou (A-Train) game.
An upgraded version of A-Ressha de Ikou IV.
The final game in the Dezaemon series of shoot-'em-up construction kits is an enhanced version of Dezaemon Plus (built with a child-friendly interface in mind)....
A portable mahjong game in the Simple 2000 series.
Family Card Games Fun Pack offers a plethora of playing card games for PlayStation.
The second entry in the Ginsei Shogi series.
A PSP entry in the Ginsei Shogi series.
A visual novel.
A simulation game for PS1 released only in Japan.
A spin-off of the Bomberman series, allowing players to navigate an amusement park and play numerous mini-games.
The first two World Neverland games bundled on one UMD or download.
The second game in the Sky Force series, released on mobile and PSP shoot em up game.
A Japan-exclusive 2D fighting game for the PS1 by Jaleco that mixes generic martial arts fighting with rendering techniques similar to Killer Instinct.
The fourth installment of the arcade puzzle series Gals Panic, and the first to use hand-drawn anime-style illustrations. Coincidentally, Gals Panic SS also mak...
Reel Fishing: The Great Outdoors is an installment of the Reel Fishing series for the PSP. A DS version subtitled "Life & Nature" was in development but can...
WackyLands Boss is a frenzied virtual monster game, where players assume the role of a gigantic creature attempting to destroy the magical kingdom.
Unlikely, your objective is to kill yourself in this game.
Sequel to Hysteria Project, it is a 'choose your own adventure' style game for PSN and IOS with interspersed QTEs.
PSP Mini - offers a single and co-op take on Space Invaders.
Gintama no Sugoroku is a virtual board game for PlayStation Portable, based on the Gintama anime.
The second game in the Asuka 120% franchise to bear the "Excellent" moniker.
Busou Shinki: Battle Masters Mk. 2 is a Japanese PSP game by Konami.
A collection of Solitaire variants.
Beta Bloc is a PS2/PSP game by Tamsoft.
Battle Dodge Ball 3 is a Japanese PSP game by Bandai Namco.
Antiphona No Seikahime: Tenshi No Score Op.A is a Japanese PSP game by Nippon Ichi.
Little Aid is a Japanese PS2/PSP/PC game.
Littlewitch Parfait: Kuroneko Mahouten Monogatari is a Japanese PSP game.
A release in the Daito Giken Koushiki Pachi-Slot series