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  1. Little Lovers: She So Game is a board game style spin-off to the Little Lovers franchise where a group of four players compete to win the affection of one of six high school girls over the course of three in-game years. It was developed by OeRSTED and published by NTT for the PlayStation exclusively in Japan on September 2, 1999.
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    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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    Brave Saga 2 (Japan)

    Brave Saga 2 is a tactical RPG for PlayStation develped by Pandora Box and published by Takara exclusively in Japan Released: (JP) May 2, 2000
  4. Wow, that's a hell of a long title. It translates to something like: "Mobile Suit Gundam: Gillen's Ambition - Zeon Pedigree - Strategy Command" As near as I can tell, the super-long title is trying to make up for what it lacks as a game. While there is a quiz game included, the rest of the disc seems to contain bonus content related to the various Gundam strategy titles such as save game data, art galleries, and game cinemas. Released exclusively in Japan on June 29, 2000.
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    Sōkaigi (Japan)

    Action RPG developed by Yuke's and published by Squaresoft for the PlayStation exclusively in Japan Released: May 28, 1998
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    Choro Q3 (Japan)

    Choro Q3 is a racing game developed and published by Takara for the PlayStation exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) February 19, 1998
  7. Fushigi no Umi no Nadia is an adventure game based on the anime known in English as The Secret of Blue Water. It was developed and published by Namco for the Mega Drive on March 19, 1991 exclusively in Japan. Obocchama-kun is a side-scrolling action game developed by Arc Co. and Pack-In-Video and published by Namco for the PC Engine on March 15, 1991 exclusively in Japan.
  8. Yoshimoto Muchikko Dai Kessen is a collection of mini-games based on the anime series Yoshimoto Muchcco Monogatari (Yoshimoto Insect Stories). It was developed by Polygon Magic and published by Sony Music Entertainment exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) September 30, 1999
  9. Kawa No Nushi Tsuri - Shizenha (the first game in the River King series) is a hybrid fishing/RPG developed by YuYu Co., and published by Pack-In-Video for the TurboGrafx CD exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) March 27, 1992
  10. Honō no Tōkyūji: Dodge Danpei is a dodgeball game based on a manga of the same name, published by Sunsoft on the Famicom exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) March 28, 1992
  11. Honō no Tōkyūji: Dodge Danpei is a dodgeball game based on a manga of the same name, published by Sunsoft on the Famicom exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) March 28, 1992
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    Othello World (Japan)

    Othello World was developed and published by Tsukuda Original exclusively in Japan on the Super Famicom Released: (JP) April 5, 1992
  13. Nagagutsu o Haita Neko: Sekai Isshū 80 Nichi Dai Bōken (Puss in Boots: An Adventure Around the World in 80 Days) is a platformer developed by Shoei and published by Toei Animation exclusively for the Famicom in Japan. Released: (JP) November 21, 1986
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    Super Monkey Daibouken (Japan)

    Ganso Saiyūki: Super Monkey Daibōken was developed and published by Vap exclusively in Japan for the Famicom. Based on the Chinese novel Journey to the West, this is an infamous "kuso-ge" (crap game), often considered one of the worst games ever made. Released: (JP) November 21, 1986
  15. Based on the anime with character designs by Kenichi Sonoda (Bubblegum Crisis), Gall Force is a vertical shooter developed and published by HAL for the Famicom Disk System exclusively in Japan. Released: November 10, 1986
  16. Based on the anime with character designs by Kenichi Sonoda (Bubblegum Crisis), Gall Force is a vertical shooter developed and published by HAL for the Famicom Disk System exclusively in Japan. Released: November 10, 1986
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    64 Ōzumō (Japan)

    64 Ōzumō is a sumo wrestling game for the N64 developed and published in exclusively in Japan by Bottom Up Interactive.3 Released: November 28, 1997
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    Banana (Japan)

    Banana is a puzzle game for the Famicom developed by and published by Victor Musical Industries exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) September 8, 1986
  19. 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
  20. Virtual Fishing for the Virtual Boy was developed by Locomotive and published by Pack-In Video exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) October 6, 1995
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    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
  22. kitsunebi

    Sonata (Japan)

    Sonata is an RPG for the PlayStation developed and published by T&E Soft exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) March 4, 1999
  23. 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
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    Refrain Love 2 (Japan)

    Refrain Love 2 is a dating sim for the Playstation developed and published by Riverhill Soft exclusively in Japan Released: (JP) January 29, 1999
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    Belius II, Puzslot (Japan)

    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
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