A Japanese adventure game for the PlayStation staring a cat samurai in ancient Japan.
The sequel to the 1995 PS1 bowling game King of Bowling. Was released in Europe with the name intact (even though the first one was never released there).
A Japan-exclusive bowling game for the PS1.
A budget collection of casino minigames for the PS1 by DigiCube, featuring cute anime women.
A budget bowling game for the PS1 by DigiCube. Also known as "World Tournament Bowling" and unrelated to the other two entries in the King of Bowling series.
A budget pinball game for the PS1 by DigiCube.
A budget adaptation of the Go board game for the PS1 by Yuki and DigiCube.
A budget four-player quiz game for the PS1 by MECHANIC ARMS and DigiCube.
A budget board game collection for the PS1 by Yuki and DigiCube, featuring Chess and Reversi.
A budget card game collection for the PS1 by Yuki and DigiCube, featuring adaptations of Hanafuda, Blackjack, Five-Card Draw Poker, and Daifuugou.
A budget shogi game for the PS1 by Yuki and DigiCube.
A nikakudori-style mahjong solitaire game and the 11th in DigiCube's budget "Nice Price Series" line of PS1 games.
Tactical RPG on Playstation.
Adventure game based on the manga series.
A close relative to the Tecmo World Cup series, Jikkyou Survival League offers classic arcade style action for the PS1.
An action-horror single-player game released for the Sony PlayStation in 1999 for PAL territories. The game is based on the movie Virus.
Rail-shooter where you pilot of giant robot.
This way lies madness
Stahlfeder is a vertical scrolling shooting game released in 1996 on PlayStation.
An entry in the Sanyō Pachinko Paradise pachinko simulator series.
Science-Fiction First Person Shooter.
Action RPG developed by Shade, Quintet and Arc Entertainment for the PlayStation.
Pixygarden is a Japanese PS1 simulation game developed by Imageworks.
Kowai Shashin is a Japanese PS1 game published by Media Entertainment. The game revolves around exorcising ghosts caught inside pictures.
A Japanese exclusive visual novel game.
The second game in the Japanese exclusive visual novel series.
GP Challenge is exclusively for PlayStation and it's present 1998 Formula One racing, but the circuits from the 1994 season.
An adventure game about a female detective that has to solve 18 different cases.
The first PlayStation entry in the Let's & Go!! series
A cartoony motorcycle racing game released for the PlayStation towards the end of its life span.
A Japanese-exclusive 3D fighting game based on the manga and anime of the same name (which was known outside of Japan as Apocalypse Zero).
A compilation of two Visco arcade eroge (mahjong and hanafuda).
Board Game exclusively for PlayStation.
Role-playing game on Playstation.
Burger Burger 2 is a Japanese only PlayStation game.
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.
Another Memories is a dating simulation game.
A PlayStation port of Lord Monarch that contains a new presentation, maps and story mode.
Submarine simulator set on post-apocalyptic Earth where polar caps have melted and completely covered the surface in water. The player captains a lone submarine...
Top-down cartoony racing game with a cast of 12 wacky characters.
Shura no Mon is a 3D versus fighting game for PlayStation. It is based on the manga of the same name.
A PlayStation roleplaying game based on the anime Senkaiden Hōshin Engi aka Soul Hunter.
A tactical RPG from Koei for the original PlayStation, based on the Chinese novel Fēngshén Yǎnyì.
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.
The final Gallop Racer title for the original PlayStation.
The follow-up to Gallop Racer. Like its prequel, it was only released in Japan.
The first game in Tecmo's horse racing series. Not to be confused with the game later released under that title in the west.
A basketball/dating game based on a manga.
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...
An RPG based off a series of radio dramas about a young boy named Phobos going on an adventure to find out why a group of robots attacked his town.
The fifth entry in the Zero4 Champ series that was released for the PlayStation as well as the Sega Saturn under the name "DooZy-J Type-R".
The first adventure game developed by WorkJam about a young detective trying to find out the truth behind his father's death.
A tactical role-playing game created by Xing Entertainment for the PlayStation.
The sequel to King Records and A-Wave's previous fishing game.
An enhanced version of Fishing Freaks: Bass Rise for the PlayStation.
A PlayStation platfomer based on Journey to the West.
The 1999 edition of Derby Stallion
A PlayStation game based on the Paris-Dakar Rally.
A mahjong game based on the anime/manga Bakuretsu Hunter/Sorcerer Hunters.
Two classic Toaplan arcade shooters.
A Banpresto-published entry in the Gussun Oyoyo series.
Kin'niku Banzuke's home console debut.
The third entry in the Taikō Risshiden series is also the series' sole platform-exclusive entry, appearing only on PlayStation.
The first sequel to another of Koei's medieval Japan strategy games.
Dokodemo Hamster's return to PlayStation is a virtual hamster board game.
Dokodemo Hamster's second entry.
A Winning Eleven title with the J.League branding.
Yūkyū Gensōkyoku is the first entry in a strategy game series which ran through the end if the 1990s.
The second Yūkyū Gensōkyoku game.
A virtual board game featuring a weird-ass caricature of Japanese comedian George Tokoro.
Sumō wrestling action for PlayStation.
An interactive movie based off the anime series of the same name that was developed by Capcom for the PlayStation and Sega Saturn in 1995, being one of the firs...
A simulation game for the PlayStation where the player is the coach of a high school girl's volleyball team. Although they are inexperienced, it is up to the pl...
A third-person horror pinball game from movie SFX artist Screaming Mad George. Notable for its absolutely WEIRD themes.
An FMV adventure game for the PlayStation about a person, the player, that is transported to another world where they must help a race robotic creatures made of...
A strategy RPG about a squad of police officers protecting futuristic Tokyo against evil.
A game where the player can meet different girls and verse them in a game of Hanafuda.
Yaku Tou: Noroi no Game is a horror adventure game developed by Axes Art Amuse for the PS1. It is the sequel to Yaku: Yuujou Dangi.
Yaku: Yuujou Dangi is a horror adventure game developed by Axes Art Amuse for the PS1.
The sequel to Jigsaw World developed by Nippon Ichi for the PlayStation.
The first of two Namco compilations for PlayStation to focus on console games Namco previously developed.
The second forklift-driving hamster puzzle game from Hect. Release on PlayStation only in Japan.
Nessa no Hoshi is a PS1 action-adventure game published by Itochu.
Gaball Screen is an exploration-based PS1 game developed by System Sacom. It was produced by Tetsuya Komuro, a Japanese pop music producer.
Pluck the gems and slime them around in this puzzle game from TMF.
Adventure horror-survival game.
Aquanaut no Kyuujitsu: Memories of Summer 1996 is a follow-up game in the Aquanauts series released only in Japan.
Aquanaut no Kyuujitsu 2 is the sequel game to the first Aquanauts released only in Japan.
Megatudo 2096 is a mecha fighting game from Banpresto and General Support.
Building Crush! is about taking control of a demolition man that have to destroy a building before the opponent do it.
A remake called Brigandine: Grand Edition with new features.
A role-playing game loosely based off the anime of the same name created by Xing Entertainment for the PlayStation.
A sound novel where the player visits a small village that hides many deadly secrets.
The direct sequel to Oumagatoki that allows the player to choose what ending they wish to continue from the previous game.
A young man in modern day Japan is transported back to the Edo period where he must regain his lost memories.
A sequel to Akagawa Jirou's previous Yasoukyoku title.