An action title based on the Croket! anime
A game based on the light novel Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan.
Skelter Heaven is a rhythm game/visual novel following a group of mecha pilots in the year 2030. The game is mostly remembered for its infamously poorly-receive...
One of the first games to get a CERO rating.
A PS2 adventure game notorious for its poor quality.
A cancelled beat ‘em up game based on Lobo.
An Otome Game about voice acting. Yes, really!
A maid sim for the PS2.
A super deformed baseball game by Now Production.
An arcade mahjong solitaire game from the studio behind some of the arcade installments of Shanghai. Rather than stacks of tiles, Soutenryuu has one long tightl...
Also known as "Duel Masters: Jaafuuchouryuu Tensei", this Japanese console adaptation of the Duel Masters manga, anime, and trading card game features a new sto...
An adventure game by Hudson based on the Sakigake!! Kuromati Koukou series.
Fatman & Slim is an unreleased 3D ball platformer for PS2.
An arcade sim baseball game, featuring the teams and players of the NPB and an all-star of cel-shaded manga characters from the many works of the legendary base...
Adventure game spin-off to the manga Vampire Princess Yui, itself a spin-off of the Vampire Princess Miyu franchise.
The sequel to the 2000 Japanese mahjong solitaire game Shanghai: Shouryuu Sairin. It features a war-based campaign mode based on the Three Kingdoms period of an...
Success Corp. brings the mahjong solitaire series to the PlayStation 2, including four game modes based on the four classical elements (Earth, Fire, Water, and ...
A canceled remake of the original Tomb Raider title and a different project from the released Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Anniversary.
A game based on the Autobahn Raser film which was in turn based on the Autobahn Raser games.
The fourth iteraction of Davilex's German-themed racing title and one of the few to not be localized in other parts of Europe.
A single player compilation of mini casino games for PlayStation 2
A formula 1 racing game.
A collection of two digital recreations of real world pachinko machines.
Another visual novel set in the alternate universe seen in episode 26 of Neon Genesis Evangelion.
A collection of mini-games accompanying an animated feature film.
The fourth and final game in the visual novel series.
The third game in the Japanese exclusive visual novel series.
A PS2 visual novel based on the I"S Pure OVA anime.
An incarnation of Tetris developed for the Sega NAOMI arcade board, and later ported to PlayStation 2 as a budget title.
A strip mahjong game by the studio behind Taisen Hot Gimmick, featuring art and characters from the erotic manga series G-Taste.
The sequel to Tenshou Gakuen Gensouroku, taking place 5 years after the previous game.
A vertical-scrolling shoot-'em-up by Success and Taito, in which players can upgrade their ship's level by destroying enemies and skimming past them and their s...
The final game released under the ISS branding.
An adventure game about a rookie female lawyer solving 10 different cases.
The third entry in the Suiri detective adventure game series within D3's Simple franchise.
An arcade-style racing game released only in France as a tie-in to the 2003 French film.
The sequel to Koei's PlayStation tactical RPG Hōshin Engi.
Enhanced ports of both Atelier Marie and Elie released by Kool Kizz for the Dreamcast and later a reworked version for the PlayStation 2 by Gust themselves.
The first installment of what would later become a sub-series of its own, Simple 2000 Series Vol. 70: The Kanshikikan is an adventure title where players take o...
Racing inbred horses!?! idk
A enhanced remake of a doujin game called Killer Queen where a group of 13 people have been trapped inside an abandoned building and must participate in a game ...
Masamura Kouji leads a normal live until one day a transfer student arrives at his high school and hands him a mysterious crystal.
PlayStation 2 port of Fukakutei Sekai no Tantei Shinshi featuring an additional scenario.
The final installment in the Zero4 Champ franchise which focuses more on drifting rather than drag racing.
A visual novel set in Atelier universe.
Derby Stallion 04 is the first Derby Stallion and only game on PlayStation 2.
Fushigi no Umi no Nadia - Inherit the Blue Water is a visual novel based on the Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water anime series.
The final PS2 entry in the Pro Yakyū Team o Tsukurou! series.
An updated roster game in the PS2 Pro Yakyū Team o Tsukurou! entries.
The first proper sequel to Pro Yakyū Team o Tsukurou!
Yet another feudal Japan tactics game from Koei.
Success' SuperLite mahjong game.
The fifth Mahjong Haoh game.
The fourth Mahjong Haoh release.
The third Mahjong Haoh title.
The second Mahjong Haoh game.
The first game in the Mahjong Haoh series.
The sequel to Amagoushi no Yakata.
Released on December 7, 2006, this is the tenth and final release for PlayStation 2 in the Taiko no Tatsujin series. It features an expansive track list of 48 s...
Released on December 8, 2005, this is the ninth release in the Taiko no Tatsujin series on PlayStation 2. The track list includes an impressive 48 songs along w...
Released on December 9, 2004, this is the sixth release in the Taiko no Tatsujin series for PlayStation 2. This version includes 45 songs, new gameplay modifier...
Released on July 22, 2004, this is the fifth entry in the Taiko no Tatsujin series for PlayStation 2. It features 40 songs, an updated graphics engine, and the ...
Released on October 30, 2003, this is the third home console release in the Taiko no Tatsujin series. It features 39 songs, three new mini-games, and is the las...
Released on March 27, 2003, this is the second home console release in the Taiko no Tatsujin series. It features an arcade mode with 34 songs, as well as new mi...
Released on October 24, 2002, this is the first ever home console release in the Taiko no Tatsujin series, coming bundled with a Tatacon drum controller to repl...
Released on December 18, 2003, this is the first of two anime compilations among the PlayStation 2 Taiko no Tatsujin games, and the fourth PlayStation 2 release...
Released on August 4, 2005, this is the second anime compilation of the PlayStation 2 Taiko no Tatsujin games, and the eighth PlayStation 2 release in the serie...
A visual novel developed by Takahashi Tatsuya and Minazuki Tooru, two key figures that created the Leaf Visual Novel Series.
Winning Post 5 is a horse racing simulator for Koei, developed for the PlayStation 2.
Second entry in a series of mahjong titles where the player versus various idols in a game of mahjong
A fantasy role-playing game developed by Infinity and released for the PlayStation 2.
An enhanced port of Ys I and II for the PlayStation 2, that uses the Complete editions of the games as a base, developed by Michael Soft.
An infamous sound novel published by Banpresto for the PlayStation 2.
A sound novel developed by Sammy for the PlayStation 2.
A sound novel based off Akagawa Jirou's book called Shizumeru Kane no Satsujin.
A sound novel developed by Media Factory based off the book of the same name written by Ryu Murakami.
A sound novel developed by Break about a business man that boards the last train for the night but soon finds that the train isn't making any stops and that a m...
Final installment of the series Master of Monsters.
A mini-game collection themed around circus events that can be played to unlock video clips featuring girls from Tokimeki Memorial 2.
Visual novel style game based on the manga series.
Action game based on the 2002 manga series Kurohime (Magic User Kurohime).
A visual novel.
Adventure game based on the original video animation.
Pizzicato Polka: Ensa Genya is an adventure game for the Sega Dreamcast. It is the sequel to the original PC release.
Action game for PS2 with local co-op and single-player mode.
A Captain Harlock-themed pachinko game
A pinball game for PlayStation 2.
A bowling game released for PlayStation 2 (and later as a PS2 Classic, for PlayStation 3) only in Europe.
The final Chroro Q game on the PlayStation 2.
Known in Japan as "Choro Q HG 3". A version for North America was planned, but was cancelled.
Known in Japan as "Choro Q HG" and in Europe as "Penny Racers", Gadget Racers is the series' first PlayStation 2 entry.