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Anime / Manga

Description

Manga (Japanese: 漫画; the two Chinese characters literally mean "immoral" or "whimsical" pictures) is a widely popular form of comic books in Japan. Manga originated in late 19th century, but came to prominence in the second half of 20th century. The term anime (Japanese short version of the word "animation") is normally used to describe animated cartoon movies of Japanese origin.

When applied to video games, these two terms indicate a specifically Japanese visual style, characterized by sharp, bright coloring; exaggerated, often "super-deformed" facial and body proportions in drawing; "cute" stylistic elements, etc.

Originally only applied to 2D graphics, anime or manga characteristics can also be clearly visible in many 3D games made in Japan.
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SNES (1992)

Psycho Dream is a side-scrolling action game with light platforming elements, similar in style to Valis games, though less story-driven....

Psycho Soldier Windows Front Cover

Windows (2008), Commodore 64 (1988), ZX Spectrum (1988), PSP (2011), Amstrad CPC (1988), PlayStation 3 (2011) and Arcade (1987)

Sequel to Athena, the 2D side-scroller which starred a stylized Manga version of the Greek goddess Athena as she set...

Psy-O-Blade Genesis Front Cover

Genesis (1990), MSX (1988), PC-88 (1988), PC-98 (1989), Sharp X1 (1988) and FM-7 (1988)

In 21th century, there are three main powers on the Earth. The free world and the communist block carried over...

Puchi Carat PlayStation Front Cover

PlayStation (1998) and Arcade (1997)

In the world of Puchi Carat, thieves stole the twelve gems that made the people's dreams come true. They sold...

Pulseman Genesis Front Cover

Genesis (1994) and Wii (2009)

Pulseman is an electric hero who was created to fight cyber crime. Combat the galaxy gang throughout 7 stages with...

Pumuckls Abenteuer bei den Piraten Game Boy Color Front Cover

Game Boy Color (1999)

Pumuckl is a small red-haired goblin character from a popular German TV series. His major concern is to trifle with...

PC-98 (1989)

In this game, the player takes control of Akira Tadokoro, a 17-year-old exchange student. He attends the new school for...

PC-98 (1990)

The situation at the high-school soccer club is not good, and the coach is even afraid of getting fired... that's...

SEGA Saturn (1996) and Arcade (1996)

In Purikura Daisakusen, the Miracle Kingdom has been invaded by an evil mechanical army, all of its inhabitants have been...

Purumui Purumui PlayStation Front Cover

PlayStation (1999)

One day in the peaceful village of Puru in the world of Fillip Side, Mui and Popuri were playing in...

Puss N Boots: Pero's Great Adventure NES Front Cover

NES (1990)

Join Pero as he travels through time to defeat the evil Count Gruemon in this platform-hoping, side-scrolling shooter adventure! Visit...

Puyo Pop N-Gage Front Cover

N-Gage (2003)

Colored Puyos drop from the top to the bottom of a well and the player must combine four or more...

Puyo Pop Fever PlayStation 2 Front Cover

Windows (2004), PlayStation 2 (2004), Dreamcast (2004), Game Boy Advance (2004), Xbox (2004), GameCube (2004), Nintendo DS (2004), PSP (2004), Palm OS (2004), Xbox 360 (2007), Macintosh (2004) and Arcade (2003)

Accord, teacher of the local magic school, has lost her magic flying cane. There is word of an award so...

Puyo Puyo Game Gear Front Cover

Game Boy (1994), SNES (1993), Genesis (1992), Game Gear (1993), TurboGrafx CD (1994), Macintosh (1996), Wii (2006), PC-98 (1993), Nintendo 3DS (2013), FM Towns (1994), Sharp X68000 (1994) and Arcade (1992)

A year after the release of the falling block puzzle game Puyo Puyo for MSX and Famicom, an arcade version...

Puyo Puyo 2 PlayStation Front Cover

DOS (1995), PlayStation (1996), Game Boy (1996), SNES (1995), Genesis (1994), SEGA Saturn (1995), Game Gear (1994), TurboGrafx CD (1996), WonderSwan (1999), Neo Geo Pocket Color (1999), Wii (2008), PC-98 (1995), Nintendo 3DS (2013) and Arcade (1994)

The follow-up to Puyo Puyo is, like its predecessor, a falling block game in which the goal is to combine...

PlayStation (2000)

A compilation package featuring the classic arcade puzzle games Puyo Puyo and Puyo Puyo 2 for the Playstation.Gameplay involves stacking...

Dreamcast (1999)

Puyo Puyo Da! is a rhythm-action game set in the Puyo Puyo universe. The main characters of the series decide...

PlayStation 2 (2005), Nintendo DS (2005) and PSP (2005)

A sequel to Puyo Puyo Fever, the next-gen re-imagining of the classic arcade puzzle game Puyo Puyo, in which you...

Puyo Puyo Sun SEGA Saturn Front Cover

Windows (1998), PlayStation (1997), Nintendo 64 (1997), Game Boy Color (1998), SEGA Saturn (1997) and Arcade (1996)

Puyo Puyo Sun is the third entry in the main Puyo Puyo series of real-time puzzle games, its title being...

Genesis (1995) and Arcade (1994)

Ichidant-R is the second game in the Puzzle & Action series, and the sequel to Tant-R. Twenty new minigames are...

PlayStation (1997)

Puzzle Arena Toshinden takes the furious fighters right out of the ring and into the world of puzzle games! The...

DOS (1990)

Qi Xiao Quan is a Taiwanese-made action game based on the Japanese manga Ranma ½. The protagonist is a teenager...

Que: Ancient Leaf no Yōsei PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2007)

You are Makoto, a high-school sophomore. One day, you receive a package with a virtual reality gadget that lets you...

PC-98 (1993)

The Queen of Duellist Gaiden is a follow-up to The Queen of Duellist. The game does not offer a new...

PC-98 (1994)

The Queen of Duellist Gaiden α allows the players to select any of the fighters from either The Queen of...

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