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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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PC-88 (1987) and PC-98 (1987)

Patients begin to die one by one under mysterious circumstances in a mental hospital. A young nurse named Ikuko Matsuda...

Cadash TurboGrafx-16 Front Cover

Genesis (1992), TurboGrafx-16 (1991), Wii (2008) and Arcade (1989)

Trouble is in the kingdom of Dilsarl: the young, beautiful princess Salasa was abducted by the evil arch-mage Balrog. The...

MSX (1991), PC-98 (1990) and Sharp X68000 (1991)

The hero of this game is an ordinary high school student (the player has to name him by himself). He...

PC-98 (1993) and FM Towns (1993)

Cal Gaiden is not directly connected to other Cal games story-wise, completely abandoning the protagonist Wataru Ishibashi, the storyline concerning...

Cal II TurboGrafx CD Front Cover

TurboGrafx CD (1993), MSX (1991), PC-98 (1991) and Sharp X68000 (1991)

You are Wataru Ishibashi, a high-school student in modern Japan. Up until recently you led a normal life, enjoying the...

Cal III TurboGrafx CD Front Cover

TurboGrafx CD (1994), PC-98 (1993) and FM Towns (1993)

Two years have passed since Wataru Ishibashi, an ordinary high-school student in modern-day Japan, visited the magic world of beautiful...

FM Towns (1992)

This compilation contains: Cal Cal II The second game can be started only after having completed the first one.

PlayStation (2002)

The Cameraman is a port of the TurboGrafx-16 game Gekisha Boy, in which you play the part as a camera...

PC-88 (1989), PC-98 (1989) and Sharp X68000 (1990)

The story of this game is simple. The protagonist is a lonely guy who constantly dreams about having a girlfriend...

Windows (1997) and PC-98 (1994)

The sixth (or fifth and a half, as the title suggests) installment of the long-running Can Can Bunny series belongs...

Can Can Bunny Extra PC-FX Front Cover

SEGA Saturn (1997), PC-FX (1996), PC-98 (1993) and FM Towns (1993)

The fifth Can Can Bunny game is also the first direct sequel within the series. The story is very similar...

SEGA Saturn (1996), PC-98 (1992), FM Towns (1992) and Sharp X68000 (1992)

In this game, the player assumes the role of an ordinary Japanese young man who works in a restaurant. One...

Windows (1997)

This is a remake of the very first Can Can Bunny game. The story remains the same: a lonely (and...

MSX (1991) and PC-98 (1991)

The third in the Can Can Bunny series, Can Can Bunny Spirits deals with a nameless hero (the player has...

MSX (1990), PC-88 (1990), PC-98 (1990) and Sharp X68000 (1990)

The second game in the Can Can Bunny series follows the story of a young Japanese boy named Takeshi. One...

Cannon Spike Dreamcast Front Cover

Dreamcast (2000) and Arcade (2000)

Originally an arcade game, this shooter was converted and is now found on the Dreamcast. Somewhat similar in style to...

Canvas 3: Tanshoku no Pastel PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2009)

You made a promise with your father that if you don't manage to get the first prize at the art...

Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded PSP Front Cover

PSP (2006)

The second PSP Capcom Classics Collection contains 19 Capcom games. Game sharing is supported and some can be played with...

Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2001), Dreamcast (2001), Xbox (2003), GameCube (2001), PlayStation 3 (2012) and Arcade (2001)

A beat'em'up with characters taken from many Capcom and SNK games. The game system is centered around "grooves" which are...

Capcom vs. SNK Pro PlayStation Front Cover

PlayStation (2002) and Dreamcast (2001)

The original Capcom VS SNK gets an home exclusive upgrade with CVS Pro. New additions include Joe Higashi of SNK...

SEGA CD (1994)

Captain Tsubasa for the SEGA CD is a football game that follows the style of Tecmo Cup. Just like the...

PC-98 (1991)

Long time ago, during the celestial war between the light and the dark heavenly realms, a beautiful goddess statue was...

Game Boy Advance (2001)

Car Battler Joe is a car battling game. The game involves using cars to fight opponents in action-styled battles, with...

TurboGrafx CD (1994)

The Asano family possessed a heirloom known as the Sorcerer's Trump. In the year 1984, however, it was stolen under...

PlayStation (1999)

The game is based on the manga Cardcaptor Sakura by the manga artist group CLAMP, and is a Japan only...

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