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  1. An interesting set of early peripherals from Hudson released in 1985/1986: The Joy Radar is the first wireless adapter for the Famicom. It plugged into the system and sent an RF signal to your television, making the Famicom unit itself wireless (though of course the controllers were still wired, The Joyball is the first ever third-party controller for the Famicom, replacing the D-pad with a ball-shaped joystick. The Joypair is the first multitap device, created to allow two players to use a peripheral device such as the Joyball. (Unlike the NES, the standard Famicom controllers were hardwired into the system itself, making a peripheral like this necessary for using other controllers)
  2. The Famicom Disk System was released in Japan on February 21, 1986. Featured in the ad is Disk-kun, the official mascot of the Disk System.
  3. Metroid is an action-adventure game for the Famicom Disk System developed and published by Nintendo. Outside of Japan, it was released on the NES. Released: (JP) August 6, 1986 (NA) August 1987
  4. ASO - Armored Scrum Object is a vertical shooter for the Famicom developed and published by SNK. It was released on the NES as Alpha Mission. Released: (JP) September 3, 1986 (NA) October 1987 Athena is a side-scrolling action platformer which would later be released on the Famicom/NES, but this ad is promoting the arcade version, released in 1986. This ad also promotes an SNK game information telephone service.
  5. Banana is a puzzle game for the Famicom developed by and published by Victor Musical Industries exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) September 8, 1986
  6. Volleyball was developed and published by Nintendo for the Famicom/NES. Released: (JP) July 21, 1986 (NA) March 1987
  7. Super Mario Bros. 2 was developed and published by Nintendo for the Famicom Disk System exclusively in Japan. (SMB2 did not appear in the US until an updated remake was included in Super Mario All-Stars for the SNES as "The Lost Levels") Released: (JP) June 3, 1986
  8. ASO - Armored Scrum Object is a vertical shooter for the Famicom developed and published by SNK. It was released on the NES as Alpha Mission. Released: (JP) September 3, 1986 (NA) October 1987
  9. kitsunebi

    Friends (Japan)

    Friends is a dating sim for the Sega Saturn developed and published by Fairytale exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) April 8, 1999
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    Jack Bros. (Japan)

    Jack Bros. is an isometric action game for the Virtual Boy developed an published by Atlus. Released: (JP) September 29, 1995 (NA) October 20, 1995
  11. Virtual Fishing for the Virtual Boy was developed by Locomotive and published by Pack-In Video exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) October 6, 1995
  12. kitsunebi

    V-Tetris (Japan) (2)

    V-Tetris is a puzzle game for the Virtual Boy developed by Locomotive and published by Bullet-Proof Software exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) August 25, 1995
  13. kitsunebi

    Red Alarm (Japan) (2)

    Red Alarm is a first-person polygonal shoot-em-up (a la Star Fox) developed by T&E Soft and published by Nintendo for the Virtual Boy. Released: (JP) July 21, 1995 (NA) August 14, 1995
  14. T&E Virtual Golf for the Virtual Boy was developed and published by T&E Soft in Japan and published by Nintendo as Golf in North America. Release dates: JP: August 11, 1995 NA: November 1995
  15. T&E Virtual Golf for the Virtual Boy was developed and published by T&E Soft in Japan and published by Nintendo as Golf in North America. Release dates: JP: August 11, 1995 NA: November 1995
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    Sonata (Japan)

    Sonata is an RPG for the PlayStation developed and published by T&E Soft exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) March 4, 1999
  18. This ad is for strategy guides to the following games: Atelier Elie: The Alchemist of Salburg 2 (Erī no Atorie ~Zāruburugu no Renkinjutsushi 2~), an RPG for the PlayStation developed and published by Gust exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) December 17, 1998 Refrain Love 2 is a dating sim for the Playstation developed and published by Riverhill Soft exclusively in Japan Released: (JP) January 29, 1999
  19. Refrain Love 2 is a dating sim for the Playstation developed and published by Riverhill Soft exclusively in Japan Released: (JP) January 29, 1999
  20. © famitsu

  21. kitsunebi

    Shining Force (Japan)

    Shining Force is a tactical RPG for the Mega Drive/Genesis developed by Climax Entertainment and published by Sega. Released: (JP) March 21, 1992 (NA) July 1993
  22. Belius II is an action RPG from Sammy not released outside of Japan Released: (JP) February 21, 1992 Puzslot is a slot-machine themed puzzle game for the Famicom not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) February 28, 1992
  23. © famitsu

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    Otogirisou (Japan)

    Otogirisou is a horror-themed "sound novel" developed and published exclusively in Japan by Chunsoft for the Super Famicom. This differs from a traditional visual novel in that the graphics just make up the background, while the story is conveyed entirely by text, sound effects and music. Released: March 7, 1992