In Wizardry Empire III - Haou no Keifu, the numerical values of the parameters and the balance of the battle program have all been renewed! In addition, 40 new monsters have been added, and all the monsters and NPCs common to the previous work have been newly drawn. This time, five beautiful dungeons of Thursday, Saturday, Wednesday, Tuesday and Friday await the adventurer. Monsters appear according to each characteristic and the story unfolds. If you have the save data of the previous work, you can also use the character you have a feeling for playing in the previous game.
Viorate no Atelier Gramnad no Renkinjutsushi 2 takes place about 20 years after the events of its predecessor Atelier Judie: The Alchemist of Gramnad, and thus roughly a year after the end of Atelier Elie. On a peninsula to the southwest of the continent Gramnad, there is the Kingdom of Kanalland. Here, there is a small and underpopulated village by the name Karotte Village. The main protagnoist Viorate lives there with her family, although her parents are leaving Karotte Village. Viorate, however, refuses to leave. After a dream, the game begins with Viorate being woken up by her brother Bartholomaus. Bartholomaus tells her that today is the day that their parents will leave. Viorate is very confident about her idea to open up a shop in town, even though her father doesn't support her idea. Their parents will return in three years, and see how the siblings are doing. Until then, Viorate will need to prove that she can run her own shop.
Valkyrie Profile - Lenneth Story: Asgard, the realm of the gods, remains locked in an eternal struggle between the benevolent Aesir and the demonic Vanir. With the end of the world approaching, Odin, Lord of Asgard, summons Lenneth Valkyrie to his side. Possessing the ability to hear the thoughts and feelings of men and women in their dying moments, he charges Valkyrie to search Midgard, the world of mortals, to recruit and train the souls of worthy warriors to join the ranks of the Aesir in the Sacred War.
As the two major god factions war, the main god Odin sends the female god of war, Valkyrie to find human souls to fuel the conflict. Valkyrie collects many human souls and trains them. But her sealed memories begin to return and she now has doubts about Odin's true intentions. How will the conflict develop? Valkyrie Profile - Lenneth is the port of 'Valkyrie Profile' released in 1999. The story is based on Scandinavian myth, allowing the player to play as the female god of war Valkryie. The player ponders the meaning of gods' will and humanity.
Valkyrie Profile - Lenneth is based on the original Japanese version and therefore it does not have any of the improvements that the English version has, such as the animation of Lezard's tower. New things that were added for this version are full motion video sequences, replacing or adding to the original semi-drafted story scenes.
Tir-Na-Nog is an open world orthodox RPG that contains all the classic elements such as swordsman, princesses and elves. This is a world that you can shape with your bare hands. Depending on which path you choose to walk, the system generates story events for you as you progress. Rescue a princess from captivity, defeat dark magic and that these magicians placed on the land, explore dungeons, mazes and fight the monsters within. Depending on the player characters you have adopted, you have to strategize your fighting methods as different characters have different skill sets.
Enjoy the simplicity and fun of 20 classical Taito games originally released in the 80s. Out of the selection, 16 gams were originally ported, Taito Memories Pocket including hits like Rainbow Islands, Knight Boy and more. Additionally, 4 games have been included as arranged versions (Carry Balloon, Balloon Bomber, Cameltry and The Legend of Kage).
Patterned after the Taito Legends series for video game consoles, Power-Up marks the first release of the franchise on a portable gaming system. Taito Legends - Power-Up features 21 different games from Taito's back-catalog of arcade titles. Some of these games have appeared on the Taito Legends console releases, while others are exclusive to Power-Up.
Empire Interactive's Taito Legends series of compilations moved onto handheld in Europe and the US with Taito Legends - Power-Up (M5). It is slightly different from Taito's own Taito Memories Pocket, which was only released in Japan. Most notable is the inclusion of Space Invaders and Space Invaders Part 2 and the absence of Rainbow Islands Extra.
Space Invaders Pocket is the complete collection of the Space Invaders series on one UMD. Space Invaders is a fixed shooter in which the player controls a laser cannon by moving it horizontally across the bottom of the screen and firing at descending aliens. The aim is to defeat five rows of eleven aliens—although some versions feature different numbers—that move horizontally back and forth across the screen as they advance toward the bottom of the screen. The player's laser cannon is partially protected by several stationary defense bunkers—the number also varies by version—that are gradually destroyed from the top and bottom by blasts from either the aliens or the player.