The fifth numbered Super Real Mahjong title.
Tactical strategy game exclusive to PC-FX.
An adventure strategy game with dating-sim elements about training mech-piloting women in the far reaches of space.
PC-FX adventure game based on the Sotsugyou: Graduation series.
Adventure game for PC-FX.
Adventure game featuring PC-FX console official mascot.
Pachio-Kun FX is a pachinko game with fantasy trappings.
The third entry in the Galaxy Fraulein Yuna series taking place directly after the events of the previous title.
A PC-FX RPG by RayForce and NEC Home Electronics.
Third in the Makeruna! Makendou series; this one's an RPG.
The fourth of Success's arcade entries of the Shanghai series of mahjong solitaire games. Along with classic Shanghai, this game features three additional game ...
PC-FX installment in the tactical RPG series, Power Dolls. Includes anime-style cutscenes.
Action platformer for the PC-FX.
An action platformer developed by Hudson for the PC-FX.
A Japanese RPG/dating simulation where you must protect Shirosagi High School from bullies and hooligans.
Last Imperial Prince is a side strolling action RPG for the PC-FX
A 3D real time flight FMV adventure game.
A 3D baseball game featuring the Nippon Professional Baseball league.
A top down shooter developed by NEC for the PC-FX.
Team Innocent is a sci-fi adventure game created by Hudson for the PC-FX. It was a launch title for the PC-FX in 1994. The graphics was unique, consisting of 2D...
A role-playing game in the Lunatic Dawn series from Artdink, released for PC-FX in 1995.
Mahjong game developed by Chat Noir in 1994. It is themed around the Chinese novel Journey to the West and was released on multiple systems.
Naval strategy game developed in 1995 that sees an alternate version of World War 2.
FMV fighting game spin-off in the Tengai Makyou series.
Cocktail Pack is a compilation of two PC-FX games
Chip Chan Kick!
An erotic dating sim about a matchmaking goddess, and the first Can Can Bunny game to receive an anime adaptation.
Boundary Gate: Daughter of Kingdom
J.B. Harold: Blue Chicago Blues
A cinematic fighting game designed by Hudson and released in Japan, with character designs by Junichi Hayama (the designer for the Hokuto no Ken anime series)
Angelique Tenkuu no Requiem
All Japan Women's Pro Wrestling: Queen of Queens
Anime Freak FX Vol. 6
Anime Freak FX Vol. 5
Anime Freak FX Vol. 4
Anime Freak FX Vol. 3
Anime Freak FX Vol. 2
Anime Freak FX Vol. 1
A Cutie Honey digital point-and-click comic adventure game for the PC-FX developed by DataWest and published in Japan by NEC in 1995.
A board and dating sim otome game set in the Angelique universe. It was originally released for PC-FX, and later ported to several other platforms.
The second installment in the popular Angelique series.
The first game in the popular Angelique series. It is generally acknowledged to have marked the beginning of the otome genre.
An adventure game based on the popular manga and anime Ah! My Goddess.
A remake of the first two games in TGL's long-running Farland series of turn-based strategy RPGs combined together. The hero Arc is forced to rescue his beloved...
The sequel to Elf's popular dating sim series. The highschool-aged protagonist only has the two week Winter vacation to find a girlfriend.
A remake of Langrisser II that was originally released on the SNES in Japan and was later ported to the PC-FX.
A Japanese-only role-playing game.
A point-and-click adventure game with heavy use of FMV set in the universe of the Zork series of text adventures.
Dragon Knight 4 is a role-playing game developed by ELF and released in Japan on several platforms between 1994 and 1997.
A life simulation game published in America by Mixx Entertainment, the company that would later become Tokyopop.