A kick boxing simulation that was produced with the assistance of Andre Panza, the three times world kick boxing champion.
Dodgeball game developed by Compile with a cyberpunk theme.
A property-trading board game featuring aliens, robots and other unusual characters.
A soccer game for the PC Engine and part of Human's Formation Soccer series.
The sixth and final PC Engine entry in Hudson's series of baseball games.
A tennis game for the PC Engine that is part of Hudson's Power Sports series.
A Formula One racing game for the PC Engine. The last of the F1 Circus games to be released for the system.
The fourth game in Human Entertainment's isometric wrestling series.
A baseball game and part of Hudson's Power League series for PC Engine.
A pachinko game for the PC Engine starring the Coconuts Japan mascot character Pachio-kun.
A mahjong game with an RPG element. Players move around a map beating monsters at mahjong.
A futuristic dodgeball game with teams filled with robots, demons, skeletons, ninjas and others.
A war strategy game based on a period drama TV show which in turn was based on a 14th century epic novel.
A horizontal shoot 'em up with a surreal edge. A group of evil eyes have stolen parts of the Sunheart, and the player needs to recover them.
A platformer with mini-games intended for a younger audience.
A space sim game that balances its time between adventure elements and a Z-axis shoot 'em up.
An adventure game based on the 1980s cyberpunk anime.
An action racing game featuring sprinting mechs.
A simulation game in which the player modifies and upgrades their own mech fighter.
A shogi game for the PC Engine.
A turn-based wrestling game featuring a group of grappling monsters.
A shogi game that offers a graphical mode that reimagines the shogi pieces as RPG monsters.
An action horseracing game for the PC Engine. Part of Namco's "World" series of sports games.
Isometric wrestling game sequel for the PC Engine. The second Fire Pro game.
A horizontal shoot 'em up for the PC Engine.
An Irem motorcycle racing game for the Game Boy and PC Engine.
A Formula One licensed racing game for the PC Engine and the second game in Nichibutsu's F1 Circus series.
A single-screen action game featuring a chameleon that feeds bugs to Venus flytraps.
A baseball game for the PC Engine and the sequel to World Stadium, a spin-off of Namco's Family Stadium "Famista" series.
A comedic platformer based on an anime about a spoiled rich kid.
A vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up for the Sharp X68000 and PC Engine. On the Sharp X68000, the game is known as Last Battalion.
The fourth entry in Hudson's baseball series.
A cyberpunk multi-directional shoot 'em up for the PC Engine.
The sequel to Nichibutsu's arcade shoot-'em-up, exclusively for the PC Engine.
A side-scrolling 2D platformer featuring a magical demon prince. As well as his own magic, he can also depend on his loyal Moai servants to make bridges. The pr...
A vertical shoot 'em up in which the player can switch between three flying kids with different weapons.
Taito's take on the professional wrestling genre. Pick from a variety of generic wrestlers (including Taito hero Rastan) and take on the champion.
A falling blocks puzzle game for the PC Engine. By matching pairs of symbols with opposing designs, they will cancel each other out and remove similar symbols f...
A platformer/puzzle game based on a Japanese movie. It is heavily inspired by Tecmo's Solomon's Key.
A vertically-scrolling shoot 'em up featuring a pair of anime pilots with different ships.
A comedic baseball game in which players kick the incoming ball before running the bases.
A vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up that configures its difficulty to match the skill of the player.
A strategy wargame sim based on the Sengoku era of feudal Japan. The game is named for the decisive battle that ended the Sengoku era.
The first game in Nichibutsu's Formula One top-down racing series.
A mahjong game with a Journey to the West theme for the PC Engine.
A baseball game for the PC Engine and the third in Hudson's series that began with World Class Baseball.
A Shogi game for the PC Engine. Features a story mode that stars Momotarou, the legendary Peach Boy.
A baseball game for the PC Engine that features athletes and teams from the 1990 Nippon Professional Baseball league.
A turn-based RPG featuring the famous fictional sailor Sinbad on another mysterious voyage.
A Japan-only soccer game developed by Human for the 1990 World Cup in Italy. It was the first in the Formation Soccer series.
A vertically-scrolling shoot 'em up with a walking robot rather than a spaceship.
A PC Engine exclusive version of the popular Kunio-kun dodgeball game, with added features and a graphical update.
A murder mystery adventure game exclusive to the Japanese PC Engine.
A side-scrolling action game based on the manga and anime of the same name, concerning the private eye Ryo Saeba.
A mecha strategy game from Masaya.
A dual Mahjong game/RPG from Nihon Bussan.
A menu-driven adventure game featuring the eponymous ronin-for-hire taking on his most perilous mission yet.
A three-player split-screen Formula One racing game for the PC Engine.
A combat racing game featuring KITT and Michael Knight from the TV show Knight Rider. It was released exclusively in Japan for the PC Engine.
A fantasy turn-based RPG set in a land similar to ancient Japan.
A baseball game for the PC Engine. Features twelve actual Japanese baseball teams.
A PC Engine boxing game with an alternate brawler mode.
A PC Engine motorcycle racing game similar to Hang-On that is based on a manga by Shuichi Shigeno, the creator of Initial D.
A Strip-Mahjong game that was released for the PC Engine. Unlike many eroge games, it was an official release. It was followed by a "Mild" version in 1990 which...
A real-time strategy game in which a family of cow-people have to grow and sell crops on an island crawling with monsters.
A stock-trading simulation game for the PC Engine. Earn a fortune through savvy buying and selling.
Pachiokun: Juban Shobu is a PC-Engine entry to the Pachiokun series.
An art program for the PC Engine. Compatible with three peripherals: a drawing tablet, a scanner and a printer.
The second PC Engine game in Hudson's Power League baseball series.
A side-scrolling brawler for the Arcade and PC Engine featuring the titular Japanese Sengoku warlord. Not to be confused with the NES strategy game of the same ...
A game of reflexes and strategy inspired by the classic Arcade game Snake.
This Japanese baseball game was released for the PC Engine in 1990.
After a malicious tanuki kidnaps a fox's girlfriend, he prays at a shrine for a savior. Enter: the tengu.
Horizontal shoot 'em up for the PC Engine. The player, as cyber-diver Syd, must fly his hoverbike through the future city of Kabukicho to rescue his partner Dev...
A TurboGrafx-16 and Genesis platformer based on the TaleSpin license. Unlike the Capcom NES/GB shoot 'em up, Baloo is on foot and looking for vital objects in d...
An adaptation of UPL's shoot 'em up Arcade game, featuring a little robot with a lot of firepower.
A first-person boxing game for TurboGrafx-16 that was later released on the Wii and Wii U Virtual Consoles.
A side-scrolling platformer featuring a bizarre cast of characters created by manga artist Akira Miyashita.
A top-down driving game where the player must deliver various packages around town, upgrading their moped as they complete jobs. The game has a subversive sense...
Soccer game for the TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine.
This PC Engine Die Hard game starts out outside, making you wonder if the people who made it ever even saw the movie.
A breeding/racing simulator developed by Tenky for the PC Engine.
World Stadium is a version of Family Stadium for non-Nintendo platforms, appearing on the PC Engine and in arcades.
An enhanced re-release of the 1987 Tsuppari Oozumou game for Famicom.
A pool simulation game by Naxat Soft for the PC Engine. It remained a Japanese exclusive until 2008 when it was released on Wii's Virtual Console in the US, Eur...
A dodgeball game based on a serial manga. It was developed by SunSoft and published on various Japanese consoles.
A superhero-themed auto-scrolling action game from NEC Interchannel. It is based on the anime of the same name.
A pseudo-3D third-person rail shooter of the Space Harrier mold. It had multiple developer credits and is exclusive to the PC Engine.
An action brawler game for the PC Engine that homages tokusatsu TV shows such as Super Sentai or Kamen Rider.
A wrestling game released on the PC Engine by Human Entertainment in 1989. The first game in the long-running Fire Pro Wrestling series.
A Mahjong game from Video System for the PC Engine. Like many video game adaptations of the board game, it is one-on-one rather than four player.
A turn-based strategy RPG based on the Go Nagai manga Susano-o. It was originally developed by Alfa System and published by Hudson for the PC Engine.
A sci-fi side-scrolling action game for the PC Engine. It was based on a PC-88 game called Ashe.
A PC Engine Action-RPG based on the famous Japanese novel series Nansou Satomi Hakkenden. The gameplay is at least partly inspired by Falcom's Ys series.
A side-scrolling comedy action game about taking photos.
An action platformer based off the television anime of the same name by Osamu Tezuka.
The first console-exclusive Space Invaders game, featuring classic and enhanced modes. Released exclusively in Japan for the PC Engine.
This TurboGrafx-16 release of Lode Runner allows users to create and save levels, much like the original computer-based releases.
A Formula 1 racing game from Pack-In-Video, developed for the PC Engine. It was never released outside of Japan.
A first-person mecha RPG from Sunsoft for the PC Engine. Both it and its Wii Shop port were only released in Japan.