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A video game or computer game is an electronic game that involves interaction with a user interface or input device – such as a joystick, controller, keyboard, or motion sensing device – to generate visual feedback. This feedback mostly commonly is shown on a video display device, such as a TV set, monitor, touchscreen, or virtual reality headset. Some computer games do not always depend on a graphics display, for example text adventure games and computer chess can be played through teletype printers. Video games are often augmented with audio feedback delivered through speakers or headphones, and sometimes with other types of feedback, including haptic technology.

Video games are defined based on their platform, which include arcade video games, console games, and personal computer (PC) games. More recently, the industry has expanded onto mobile gaming through smartphones and tablet computers, virtual and augmented reality systems, and remote cloud gaming. Video games are classified into a wide range of genres based on their type of gameplay and purpose. (Full article...)

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  • Image 1Ninja Gaiden, released in Japan as Ninja Ryūkenden (Japanese: 忍者龍剣伝, literally "Legend of the Ninja Dragon Sword") and as Shadow Warriors in Europe, is a hack-and-slash platform game. Tecmo developed and published it for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Its development and release coincided with the beat 'em up arcade version of the same name. It was released in December 1988 in Japan, in March 1989 in North America, and in August 1991 in Europe. It has been ported to several other platforms, including the PC Engine, the Super NES, and mobile phones.The story follows a ninja named Ryu Hayabusa as he journeys to America to avenge his murdered father. There, he learns that a person named "the Jaquio" plans to take control of the world by unleashing an ancient demon through the power contained in two statues. Featuring side-scrolling platform gameplay similar to Castlevania, players control Ryu through six "Acts" that comprise 20 levels; they encounter enemies that must be dispatched with Ryu's katana and other secondary weapons. (Full article...)
    Ninja Gaiden, released in Japan as Ninja Ryūkenden (Japanese: 忍者龍剣伝, literally "Legend of the Ninja Dragon Sword") and as Shadow Warriors in Europe, is a hack-and-slash platform game. Tecmo developed and published it for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Its development and release coincided with the beat 'em up arcade version of the same name. It was released in December 1988 in Japan, in March 1989 in North America, and in August 1991 in Europe. It has been ported to several other platforms, including the PC Engine, the Super NES, and mobile phones.

    The story follows a ninja named Ryu Hayabusa as he journeys to America to avenge his murdered father. There, he learns that a person named "the Jaquio" plans to take control of the world by unleashing an ancient demon through the power contained in two statues. Featuring side-scrolling platform gameplay similar to Castlevania, players control Ryu through six "Acts" that comprise 20 levels; they encounter enemies that must be dispatched with Ryu's katana and other secondary weapons. (Full article...)
  • Image 2Uru: Ages Beyond Myst is an adventure video game developed by Cyan Worlds and published by Ubisoft. Released in 2003, the title is the fourth game in the Myst canon. Departing from previous games of the franchise, Uru takes place in the modern era and allows players to customize their onscreen avatars. Players use their avatars to explore the abandoned city of an ancient race known as the D'ni, uncover story clues and solve puzzles.Cyan began developing Uru shortly after completing Riven in 1997, leaving future Myst sequels to be produced by third-party developers. Uru required five years and $12 million to complete. Uru was initially conceived as a multiplayer game; the single-player portion was released, but the multiplayer component, Uru Live, was delayed and eventually canceled. The online video game service GameTap released the multiplayer portion of Uru as Myst Online: Uru Live in February 2007, but the service was canceled again the following year due to a lack of subscribers. GameTap passed the rights to Uru Live back to Cyan, who re-launched the game for free in 2010. (Full article...)
    Uru: Ages Beyond Myst is an adventure video game developed by Cyan Worlds and published by Ubisoft. Released in 2003, the title is the fourth game in the Myst canon. Departing from previous games of the franchise, Uru takes place in the modern era and allows players to customize their onscreen avatars. Players use their avatars to explore the abandoned city of an ancient race known as the D'ni, uncover story clues and solve puzzles.

    Cyan began developing Uru shortly after completing Riven in 1997, leaving future Myst sequels to be produced by third-party developers. Uru required five years and $12 million to complete. Uru was initially conceived as a multiplayer game; the single-player portion was released, but the multiplayer component, Uru Live, was delayed and eventually canceled. The online video game service GameTap released the multiplayer portion of Uru as Myst Online: Uru Live in February 2007, but the service was canceled again the following year due to a lack of subscribers. GameTap passed the rights to Uru Live back to Cyan, who re-launched the game for free in 2010. (Full article...)
  • Image 3Pathways into Darkness is a first-person shooter adventure video game developed and published by Bungie in 1993, for Apple Macintosh personal computers.  Players assume the role of a Special Forces soldier who must stop a powerful, godlike being from awakening and destroying the world. Players solve puzzles and defeat enemies to unlock parts of a pyramid where the god sleeps; the game's ending changes depending on player actions.Pathways began as a sequel to Bungie's Minotaur: The Labyrinths of Crete, before the developers created an original story. Jason Jones programmed the game, while his friend Colin Brent developed the environments and creatures. The game features three-dimensional, texture-mapped graphics and stereo sound on supported Macintosh models. Pathways was critically acclaimed and won a host of awards; it was also Bungie's first major commercial success and enabled the two-man team of Jason Jones and Alex Seropian to move into a Chicago office and begin paying staff. (Full article...)
    Pathways into Darkness is a first-person shooter adventure video game developed and published by Bungie in 1993, for Apple Macintosh personal computers. Players assume the role of a Special Forces soldier who must stop a powerful, godlike being from awakening and destroying the world. Players solve puzzles and defeat enemies to unlock parts of a pyramid where the god sleeps; the game's ending changes depending on player actions.

    Pathways began as a sequel to Bungie's Minotaur: The Labyrinths of Crete, before the developers created an original story. Jason Jones programmed the game, while his friend Colin Brent developed the environments and creatures. The game features three-dimensional, texture-mapped graphics and stereo sound on supported Macintosh models. Pathways was critically acclaimed and won a host of awards; it was also Bungie's first major commercial success and enabled the two-man team of Jason Jones and Alex Seropian to move into a Chicago office and begin paying staff. (Full article...)
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  • Image 5God of War is an action-adventure game franchise created by David Jaffe at Sony's Santa Monica Studio. It began in 2005 on the PlayStation 2 (PS2) video game console, and has become a flagship title for the PlayStation brand, consisting of ten games across multiple platforms with an eleventh currently in development. Based in ancient history, the story follows the titular protagonist, Kratos, a Spartan warrior and later the God of War, who was tricked into killing his family by his former master, the original Greek God of war Ares. This sets off a series of events that leads to wars with the pantheons. The Greek era of the series sees Kratos follow a path of vengeance due to the machinations of the Olympian Gods, while the Norse era, which introduces his son Atreus as a secondary protagonist, shows an older Kratos on a path of redemption, which inadvertently brings the two into conflict with the Norse Gods.Santa Monica has developed all main entries, while Ready at Dawn and Javaground/Sony Online Entertainment-Los Angeles (SOE-LA) developed the three side games. Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has published all games except the mobile phone installment, which was published by Sony Pictures Digital. The first seven games make up the Greek era of the franchise. God of War (2005), God of War II (2007), and God of War III (2010) comprise its main trilogy; the first two were released on the PS2 with the third on the PlayStation 3 (PS3). A prequel, Ascension (2013), was also released for the PS3. Other games include Chains of Olympus (2008) and Ghost of Sparta (2010) for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) and Betrayal (2007) for mobile phones that supported the Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME). The Norse era began with the 2018 installment that was also titled God of War and released for the PlayStation 4 (PS4) and later Microsoft Windows in January 2022. It was accompanied by a short prequel, A Call from the Wilds (2018), a text-based game through Facebook Messenger. A sequel, Ragnarök, is in development for a 2022 release on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 and will be the finale to the Norse era. (Full article...)
    God of War is an action-adventure game franchise created by David Jaffe at Sony's Santa Monica Studio. It began in 2005 on the PlayStation 2 (PS2) video game console, and has become a flagship title for the PlayStation brand, consisting of ten games across multiple platforms with an eleventh currently in development. Based in ancient history, the story follows the titular protagonist, Kratos, a Spartan warrior and later the God of War, who was tricked into killing his family by his former master, the original Greek God of war Ares. This sets off a series of events that leads to wars with the pantheons. The Greek era of the series sees Kratos follow a path of vengeance due to the machinations of the Olympian Gods, while the Norse era, which introduces his son Atreus as a secondary protagonist, shows an older Kratos on a path of redemption, which inadvertently brings the two into conflict with the Norse Gods.

    Santa Monica has developed all main entries, while Ready at Dawn and Javaground/Sony Online Entertainment-Los Angeles (SOE-LA) developed the three side games. Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has published all games except the mobile phone installment, which was published by Sony Pictures Digital. The first seven games make up the Greek era of the franchise. God of War (2005), God of War II (2007), and God of War III (2010) comprise its main trilogy; the first two were released on the PS2 with the third on the PlayStation 3 (PS3). A prequel, Ascension (2013), was also released for the PS3. Other games include Chains of Olympus (2008) and Ghost of Sparta (2010) for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) and Betrayal (2007) for mobile phones that supported the Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME). The Norse era began with the 2018 installment that was also titled God of War and released for the PlayStation 4 (PS4) and later Microsoft Windows in January 2022. It was accompanied by a short prequel, A Call from the Wilds (2018), a text-based game through Facebook Messenger. A sequel, Ragnarök, is in development for a 2022 release on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 and will be the finale to the Norse era. (Full article...)
  • Image 6 Thirty Flights of Loving is a first-person adventure video game developed by Brendon Chung
  • Image 7Conan is a 2007 action-adventure game developed by Nihilistic Software and published by THQ for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Players take control of the titular hero, Conan the Barbarian, from Robert E. Howard's fantasy literature.In Conan, the hero is on a quest to recover his lost armor and defeat an evil wizard. Conan can fight with sword and shield, two-handed weapons, or a weapon in each hand. Starting with several basic attacks, the barbarian gains experience points by killing enemies. By exchanging these points for additional attacks, players improve the hero's fighting abilities. Magic powers complement Conan's arsenal, including the abilities to turn enemies into stone and conjure firestorms. The game also features context-sensitive action sequences in which players press a sequence of buttons displayed on the screen to complete actions such as killing powerful enemies and interacting with the environment. (Full article...)
    Conan is a 2007 action-adventure game developed by Nihilistic Software and published by THQ for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Players take control of the titular hero, Conan the Barbarian, from Robert E. Howard's fantasy literature.

    In Conan, the hero is on a quest to recover his lost armor and defeat an evil wizard. Conan can fight with sword and shield, two-handed weapons, or a weapon in each hand. Starting with several basic attacks, the barbarian gains experience points by killing enemies. By exchanging these points for additional attacks, players improve the hero's fighting abilities. Magic powers complement Conan's arsenal, including the abilities to turn enemies into stone and conjure firestorms. The game also features context-sensitive action sequences in which players press a sequence of buttons displayed on the screen to complete actions such as killing powerful enemies and interacting with the environment. (Full article...)
  • Image 8Dungeon Siege is an action role-playing game developed by Gas Powered Games and published by Microsoft in April 2002, for Microsoft Windows, and the following year by Destineer for Mac OS X. Set in the pseudo-medieval kingdom of Ehb, the high fantasy game follows a young farmer and his companions as they journey to defeat an invading force. Initially only seeking to warn the nearby town of the invasion of a race of creatures named the Krug, the farmer and the companions that join him along the way are soon swept up in finding a way to defeat another race called the Seck, resurgent after being trapped for 300 years. Unlike other role-playing video games of the time, the world of Dungeon Siege does not have levels but is a single, continuous area without loading screens that the player journeys through, fighting hordes of enemies. Also, rather than setting character classes and manually controlling all of the characters in the group, the player controls their overall tactics and weapons and magic usage, which direct their character growth.Dungeon Siege was the first title by Gas Powered Games, which was founded in May 1998 by Chris Taylor, then known for the 1997 real-time strategy game Total Annihilation. Joined by several of his coworkers from Cavedog Entertainment, Taylor wanted to create a different type of game, and after trying several concepts they decided to make an action role-playing game as their first title. Taylor also served as one of the designers for the game, joined by Jacob McMahon as the other lead designer and producer and Neal Hallford as the lead story and dialogue writer. The music was composed by Jeremy Soule, who had also worked on Total Annihilation. Gas Powered Games concentrated on making a role-playing game that was stripped of the typical genre elements they found slow or frustrating, to keep the player focused on the action. Development took over four years, though it was initially planned to take only two; completing the game within even four years required the team to work 12- to 14-hour days and weekends for most of the time. (Full article...)
    Dungeon Siege is an action role-playing game developed by Gas Powered Games and published by Microsoft in April 2002, for Microsoft Windows, and the following year by Destineer for Mac OS X. Set in the pseudo-medieval kingdom of Ehb, the high fantasy game follows a young farmer and his companions as they journey to defeat an invading force. Initially only seeking to warn the nearby town of the invasion of a race of creatures named the Krug, the farmer and the companions that join him along the way are soon swept up in finding a way to defeat another race called the Seck, resurgent after being trapped for 300 years. Unlike other role-playing video games of the time, the world of Dungeon Siege does not have levels but is a single, continuous area without loading screens that the player journeys through, fighting hordes of enemies. Also, rather than setting character classes and manually controlling all of the characters in the group, the player controls their overall tactics and weapons and magic usage, which direct their character growth.

    Dungeon Siege was the first title by Gas Powered Games, which was founded in May 1998 by Chris Taylor, then known for the 1997 real-time strategy game Total Annihilation. Joined by several of his coworkers from Cavedog Entertainment, Taylor wanted to create a different type of game, and after trying several concepts they decided to make an action role-playing game as their first title. Taylor also served as one of the designers for the game, joined by Jacob McMahon as the other lead designer and producer and Neal Hallford as the lead story and dialogue writer. The music was composed by Jeremy Soule, who had also worked on Total Annihilation. Gas Powered Games concentrated on making a role-playing game that was stripped of the typical genre elements they found slow or frustrating, to keep the player focused on the action. Development took over four years, though it was initially planned to take only two; completing the game within even four years required the team to work 12- to 14-hour days and weekends for most of the time. (Full article...)
  • Image 9Iridion 3D is a quasi-3D rail shooter video game developed by Shin'en. A launch title for the Game Boy Advance portable game console, it was released in North America on June 11, 2001 and in Europe on September 21. The player controls a single starship defending Earth from the alien Iridion. The game spans seven levels from Earth to the aliens' home planet, each following a linear path that culminate with a boss.Iridion began development as a shooter for the Game Boy Color; when Shin'en decided to drop development and shift their focus to the Game Boy Advance, Iridion was the first game by the developer to appear on the system. Though billed as a 3D game, Shin'en used realtime encoding and resizing to manipulate the size of 2D sprites instead of creating a true 3D environment. More room on the game cartridge was available for graphics due to the game's use of the GAX Sound Engine, which allowed real-time decoding of song data in a small file size. (Full article...)
    Iridion 3D is a quasi-3D rail shooter video game developed by Shin'en. A launch title for the Game Boy Advance portable game console, it was released in North America on June 11, 2001 and in Europe on September 21. The player controls a single starship defending Earth from the alien Iridion. The game spans seven levels from Earth to the aliens' home planet, each following a linear path that culminate with a boss.

    Iridion began development as a shooter for the Game Boy Color; when Shin'en decided to drop development and shift their focus to the Game Boy Advance, Iridion was the first game by the developer to appear on the system. Though billed as a 3D game, Shin'en used realtime encoding and resizing to manipulate the size of 2D sprites instead of creating a true 3D environment. More room on the game cartridge was available for graphics due to the game's use of the GAX Sound Engine, which allowed real-time decoding of song data in a small file size. (Full article...)
  • Image 10Crush is a 2007 puzzle-platform game developed by Kuju Entertainment's Zoë Mode studio and published by Sega for the PlayStation Portable. Its protagonist is Danny, a young man suffering from insomnia, who uses an experimental device to explore his mind and discover the cause of his sleeplessness. Each level of the game, representing events from Danny's life and inspired by artists such as Tim Burton and M.C. Escher, requires the player to control Danny as he collects his "lost marbles" and other thoughts.Crush's primary gameplay feature involves manipulating each game level between 3D and 2D views, allowing the player to reach platforms and locations inaccessible from within a different view.  This element was noted by critics to be similar to one in Super Paper Mario, also released in 2007, though the Zoë Mode team had envisioned the concept five years prior.  Crush received positive reviews upon release, with critics praising its incorporation of this dimension-shifting component alongside other aspects of the game presentation. Though Crush won several gaming awards, including PSP game of the month, it failed to meet the developer's sales expectations. A port of the game for the Nintendo 3DS called CRUSH3D was announced in January 2011 and was made available in January 2012 in Europe; in February 2012 in Australia; and in March 2012 in North America. (Full article...)
    Crush is a 2007 puzzle-platform game developed by Kuju Entertainment's Zoë Mode studio and published by Sega for the PlayStation Portable. Its protagonist is Danny, a young man suffering from insomnia, who uses an experimental device to explore his mind and discover the cause of his sleeplessness. Each level of the game, representing events from Danny's life and inspired by artists such as Tim Burton and M.C. Escher, requires the player to control Danny as he collects his "lost marbles" and other thoughts.

    Crush's primary gameplay feature involves manipulating each game level between 3D and 2D views, allowing the player to reach platforms and locations inaccessible from within a different view. This element was noted by critics to be similar to one in Super Paper Mario, also released in 2007, though the Zoë Mode team had envisioned the concept five years prior. Crush received positive reviews upon release, with critics praising its incorporation of this dimension-shifting component alongside other aspects of the game presentation. Though Crush won several gaming awards, including PSP game of the month, it failed to meet the developer's sales expectations. A port of the game for the Nintendo 3DS called CRUSH3D was announced in January 2011 and was made available in January 2012 in Europe; in February 2012 in Australia; and in March 2012 in North America. (Full article...)

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  • Image 1The protagonist (Japanese: 主人公, Hepburn: shujinkō) is a player-named character from Persona 3, a 2006 role-playing video game developed by Atlus. In the game, the protagonist is an orphan who transfers to Gekkoukan High School in Iwatodai City and discovers a phenomenon called the Dark Hour during which supernatural entities called Shadows roam freely. After awakening an ability called Persona, the protagonist joins their classmates in forming the Specialized Extracirricular Execution Squad (S.E.E.S.), dedicated to eliminating the Dark Hour and the threat of the Shadows. In the original release of Persona 3 as well as Persona 3 FES, the protagonist is male; for Persona 3 Portable, Atlus added the option to play as a female version of the character, to provide more options to returning players and attract a female demographic.Both protagonists were designed by Shigenori Soejima, who aimed to create ordinary youth who the player could relate to. In Japanese, the male protagonist is voiced by Akira Ishida, while he is voiced in English by Yuri Lowenthal; the female protagonist is voiced in Japanese by Marina Inoue and in English by Laura Bailey, and the male and female protagonists are respectively portrayed by Shouta Aoi and Kana Asumi in the game's stage adaptation, Persona 3: The Weird Masquerade. The male protagonist's character was reworked for the four-part animated film adaptation, where director Noriaki Akitaya explained pressure in giving the silent character his own personality. In Persona 3: The Movie and various other Persona games, he is named Makoto Yuki. In the manga adaptation, he is named Minato Arisato. In The Weird Masquerade, he is given the name Sakuya Shiomi. Outside of Persona 3 Portable, the female protagonist also appears in Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth and Puzzle & Dragons, where she is named Kotone Shiomi. Critical reception for the character has been generally positive. (Full article...)
    The protagonist (Japanese: 主人公, Hepburn: shujinkō) is a player-named character from Persona 3, a 2006 role-playing video game developed by Atlus. In the game, the protagonist is an orphan who transfers to Gekkoukan High School in Iwatodai City and discovers a phenomenon called the Dark Hour during which supernatural entities called Shadows roam freely. After awakening an ability called Persona, the protagonist joins their classmates in forming the Specialized Extracirricular Execution Squad (S.E.E.S.), dedicated to eliminating the Dark Hour and the threat of the Shadows. In the original release of Persona 3 as well as Persona 3 FES, the protagonist is male; for Persona 3 Portable, Atlus added the option to play as a female version of the character, to provide more options to returning players and attract a female demographic.

    Both protagonists were designed by Shigenori Soejima, who aimed to create ordinary youth who the player could relate to. In Japanese, the male protagonist is voiced by Akira Ishida, while he is voiced in English by Yuri Lowenthal; the female protagonist is voiced in Japanese by Marina Inoue and in English by Laura Bailey, and the male and female protagonists are respectively portrayed by Shouta Aoi and Kana Asumi in the game's stage adaptation, Persona 3: The Weird Masquerade. The male protagonist's character was reworked for the four-part animated film adaptation, where director Noriaki Akitaya explained pressure in giving the silent character his own personality. In Persona 3: The Movie and various other Persona games, he is named Makoto Yuki. In the manga adaptation, he is named Minato Arisato. In The Weird Masquerade, he is given the name Sakuya Shiomi. Outside of Persona 3 Portable, the female protagonist also appears in Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth and Puzzle & Dragons, where she is named Kotone Shiomi. Critical reception for the character has been generally positive. (Full article...)
  • Image 2SegaSonic the Hedgehog is a 1993 arcade game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series by Sega. Controlling Sonic the Hedgehog and his friends Mighty the Armadillo and Ray the Flying Squirrel, the player must escape an island as quickly as possible after they are kidnapped by series antagonist Doctor Eggman. The game is presented from an isometric perspective and players use a trackball to move the characters while dodging obstacles and collecting rings. The game was developed by Sega's arcade division, Sega AM3; it is one of four Sonic games to bear the SegaSonic name and was inspired by the 1984 game Marble Madness.The game was released in Japanese arcades in late 1993. It has never been rereleased; plans to port the game to Sega's 32X platform never materialized and the game was cut from Sonic compilation release Sonic Gems Collection (2005) due to problems with replicating the game's trackball control system on a standard controller. At the time of release, SegaSonic the Hedgehog received highly positive reviews from Electronic Gaming Monthly and Computer and Video Games for its graphics and gameplay. Journalists writing in retrospect have been more divided. The game marked the debuts of Sonic characters Mighty and Ray; both have reappeared sparingly in the franchise. (Full article...)
    SegaSonic the Hedgehog is a 1993 arcade game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series by Sega. Controlling Sonic the Hedgehog and his friends Mighty the Armadillo and Ray the Flying Squirrel, the player must escape an island as quickly as possible after they are kidnapped by series antagonist Doctor Eggman. The game is presented from an isometric perspective and players use a trackball to move the characters while dodging obstacles and collecting rings. The game was developed by Sega's arcade division, Sega AM3; it is one of four Sonic games to bear the SegaSonic name and was inspired by the 1984 game Marble Madness.

    The game was released in Japanese arcades in late 1993. It has never been rereleased; plans to port the game to Sega's 32X platform never materialized and the game was cut from Sonic compilation release Sonic Gems Collection (2005) due to problems with replicating the game's trackball control system on a standard controller. At the time of release, SegaSonic the Hedgehog received highly positive reviews from Electronic Gaming Monthly and Computer and Video Games for its graphics and gameplay. Journalists writing in retrospect have been more divided. The game marked the debuts of Sonic characters Mighty and Ray; both have reappeared sparingly in the franchise. (Full article...)
  • Image 3The Stanley Parable is a story-based video game designed and written by developers Davey Wreden and William Pugh. The game carries themes such as choice in video games, the relationship between a game creator and player, and predestination/fate. In the game, the player guides a silent protagonist named Stanley alongside narration by British actor Kevan Brighting. As the story progresses, the player is confronted with diverging pathways. The player may contradict the narrator's directions, which if disobeyed will then be incorporated into the story. Depending on the choices made, the player will encounter different endings before the game resets to the beginning. (Full article...)
    The Stanley Parable is a story-based video game designed and written by developers Davey Wreden and William Pugh. The game carries themes such as choice in video games, the relationship between a game creator and player, and predestination/fate.

    In the game, the player guides a silent protagonist named Stanley alongside narration by British actor Kevan Brighting. As the story progresses, the player is confronted with diverging pathways. The player may contradict the narrator's directions, which if disobeyed will then be incorporated into the story. Depending on the choices made, the player will encounter different endings before the game resets to the beginning. (Full article...)
  • Image 4Lumines: Puzzle & Music is a puzzle game for iOS and Android, developed and published by Mobcast with Resonair as co-developer. It was the second smartphone game in the Lumines series after Lumines: Touch Fusion. The objective is to rotate and drop 2×2 blocks to create squares of the same color as a vertical line sweeps across the board to erase completed squares and award points to the player. It was released in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand on July 19, 2016, and later worldwide on September 1, 2016.Creator of the Lumines series, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, decided to work with Mobcast and Resonair after discovering the previous rights holder, Q Entertainment, had quit the video game business. Mobcast was responsible for developing the game and Resonair provided visual concepts. The game received downloadable content in the form of albums, a freemium version titled Lumines: Puzzle & Music Neo, and a lite version for Facebook. It was well-received by critics with praise focused on the touch controls, songs, and visuals while also criticizing the amount of content in the initial release of the game. Distribution of Lumines: Puzzle & Music ended on March 17, 2020. (Full article...)
    Lumines: Puzzle & Music is a puzzle game for iOS and Android, developed and published by Mobcast with Resonair as co-developer. It was the second smartphone game in the Lumines series after Lumines: Touch Fusion. The objective is to rotate and drop 2×2 blocks to create squares of the same color as a vertical line sweeps across the board to erase completed squares and award points to the player. It was released in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand on July 19, 2016, and later worldwide on September 1, 2016.

    Creator of the Lumines series, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, decided to work with Mobcast and Resonair after discovering the previous rights holder, Q Entertainment, had quit the video game business. Mobcast was responsible for developing the game and Resonair provided visual concepts. The game received downloadable content in the form of albums, a freemium version titled Lumines: Puzzle & Music Neo, and a lite version for Facebook. It was well-received by critics with praise focused on the touch controls, songs, and visuals while also criticizing the amount of content in the initial release of the game. Distribution of Lumines: Puzzle & Music ended on March 17, 2020. (Full article...)
  • Image 5Wipeout Pure (stylised as wipE′out pu″rE) is a futuristic racing video game developed by Studio Liverpool and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation Portable. It was released in 2005 on 24 March for North America, on 7 April in Japan and on September 1 in Europe. In North America and Europe, it was a launch title for the platform.It is the sixth installment of the Wipeout series. The game takes place in the year 2197, exactly 100 years after Wipeout 2097, and revolves around players competing in the FX300 anti-gravity racing league. Developed by Studio Liverpool, production of Wipeout Pure started in August 2003 and lasted until early 2005. Throughout development, the team created entirely new user interfaces and other algorithms which sped up the development process in time for the PlayStation Portable's North American launch. (Full article...)
    Wipeout Pure (stylised as wipE′out pu″rE) is a futuristic racing video game developed by Studio Liverpool and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation Portable. It was released in 2005 on 24 March for North America, on 7 April in Japan and on September 1 in Europe. In North America and Europe, it was a launch title for the platform.

    It is the sixth installment of the Wipeout series. The game takes place in the year 2197, exactly 100 years after Wipeout 2097, and revolves around players competing in the FX300 anti-gravity racing league. Developed by Studio Liverpool, production of Wipeout Pure started in August 2003 and lasted until early 2005. Throughout development, the team created entirely new user interfaces and other algorithms which sped up the development process in time for the PlayStation Portable's North American launch. (Full article...)
  • Image 6Football Glory is a 1994 football video game developed by Croteam and published by Black Legend. One or two players compete in football matches viewed from a top-down perspective and modelled after one of six leagues and cups. The players can perform various moves, including tackles and bicycle kicks, and view instant replays of highlights. The pitch is occasionally invaded by dogs, streakers, hooligans, and police.Football Glory was Croteam's debut game, with the development commencing in April 1993. The core team of six people worked from Zagreb with London-based Richard M. Holmes of Black Legend after the publisher signed with Croteam in 1994. The team took inspiration from past World Cup matches, primarily those of the Brazil national football team. Football Glory was released for the Amiga in November 1994 as the first commercial game developed by a Croatian studio. It was followed by a port for MS-DOS in May 1995 and a budget Amiga release later that year. (Full article...)
    Football Glory is a 1994 football video game developed by Croteam and published by Black Legend. One or two players compete in football matches viewed from a top-down perspective and modelled after one of six leagues and cups. The players can perform various moves, including tackles and bicycle kicks, and view instant replays of highlights. The pitch is occasionally invaded by dogs, streakers, hooligans, and police.

    Football Glory was Croteam's debut game, with the development commencing in April 1993. The core team of six people worked from Zagreb with London-based Richard M. Holmes of Black Legend after the publisher signed with Croteam in 1994. The team took inspiration from past World Cup matches, primarily those of the Brazil national football team. Football Glory was released for the Amiga in November 1994 as the first commercial game developed by a Croatian studio. It was followed by a port for MS-DOS in May 1995 and a budget Amiga release later that year. (Full article...)
  • Image 7is one of the fictional species of creatures from Nintendo's and Game Freak's Pokémon media franchise created by Satoshi Tajiri. Mew is a small, pink, Psychic-type Mythical Pokémon.It was added to  Pokémon Red and Blue by its creator, Game Freak programmer Shigeki Morimoto, as an intended obtainable Pokemon. However, due to a lack of cartridge space, and the inability to write/add additional storyline/plot points to lead up to an in-game encounter with the Pokemon, it was ultimately not published within the game. It was still viewable within the game's background data, which led to the assumption and ultimate confirmation that it was originally intended to be released/published within the game. As such, its presence within the game's background data has been surrounded by rumors and myths, which contributed to making the Pokémon franchise a success. For years, Mew could not be legitimately obtained in the games except through Pokémon distribution events or via glitches. (Full article...)
    is one of the fictional species of creatures from Nintendo's and Game Freak's Pokémon media franchise created by Satoshi Tajiri. Mew is a small, pink, Psychic-type Mythical Pokémon.

    It was added to Pokémon Red and Blue by its creator, Game Freak programmer Shigeki Morimoto, as an intended obtainable Pokemon. However, due to a lack of cartridge space, and the inability to write/add additional storyline/plot points to lead up to an in-game encounter with the Pokemon, it was ultimately not published within the game. It was still viewable within the game's background data, which led to the assumption and ultimate confirmation that it was originally intended to be released/published within the game. As such, its presence within the game's background data has been surrounded by rumors and myths, which contributed to making the Pokémon franchise a success. For years, Mew could not be legitimately obtained in the games except through Pokémon distribution events or via glitches. (Full article...)
  • Image 8Metroid Prime Pinball is a pinball video game themed after the Metroid series. The game uses the graphical style and various story elements from Metroid Prime. It was developed by Fuse Games and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS in North America and Australia in 2005, in Japan in 2006, and in Europe in 2007. Metroid Prime Pinball uses the basic mechanics of pinball, along with typical pinball items. New mechanics are introduced, such as wall jumping and the ability to fire weapons. The Nintendo DS's touchscreen can be nudged with a finger to alter the pinball's trajectory while in motion.The initial idea for a video game that presented the Metroid series in a pinball setting came to Kensuke Tanabe after he learned that Fuse Games had previously worked on Mario Pinball Land, another pinball video game. Recalling that the series' protagonist, Samus, can morph into a ball, Tanabe was convinced that the Metroid universe could be adapted to a pinball setting. The game was sold with a Rumble Pak accessory for the Nintendo DS, marking the first time the accessory was available for the Nintendo DS. (Full article...)
    Metroid Prime Pinball is a pinball video game themed after the Metroid series. The game uses the graphical style and various story elements from Metroid Prime. It was developed by Fuse Games and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS in North America and Australia in 2005, in Japan in 2006, and in Europe in 2007. Metroid Prime Pinball uses the basic mechanics of pinball, along with typical pinball items. New mechanics are introduced, such as wall jumping and the ability to fire weapons. The Nintendo DS's touchscreen can be nudged with a finger to alter the pinball's trajectory while in motion.

    The initial idea for a video game that presented the Metroid series in a pinball setting came to Kensuke Tanabe after he learned that Fuse Games had previously worked on Mario Pinball Land, another pinball video game. Recalling that the series' protagonist, Samus, can morph into a ball, Tanabe was convinced that the Metroid universe could be adapted to a pinball setting. The game was sold with a Rumble Pak accessory for the Nintendo DS, marking the first time the accessory was available for the Nintendo DS. (Full article...)
  • Image 9Jack Bros. is an action video game developed and published by Atlus for the Virtual Boy, released in late 1995 in Japan and North America. It is a spin-off from Atlus' video game series Megami Tensei, and was the first entry to be released outside Japan.The player takes the role of one of the three Jack brothers – Jack Frost, Jack Lantern, or Jack Skelton – who have visited the human world for Halloween, and need to return to the fairy world before the portal connecting the two worlds closes. The player needs to make their way through six areas, which consist of a number of floors, defeating enemies by using character-specific attacks and collecting keys to be able to advance to the next floor. It received generally positive reception for its gameplay, but was criticized for the lack of puzzle elements and under-utilization of the Virtual Boy's 3D effect. (Full article...)
    Jack Bros. is an action video game developed and published by Atlus for the Virtual Boy, released in late 1995 in Japan and North America. It is a spin-off from Atlus' video game series Megami Tensei, and was the first entry to be released outside Japan.

    The player takes the role of one of the three Jack brothers – Jack Frost, Jack Lantern, or Jack Skelton – who have visited the human world for Halloween, and need to return to the fairy world before the portal connecting the two worlds closes. The player needs to make their way through six areas, which consist of a number of floors, defeating enemies by using character-specific attacks and collecting keys to be able to advance to the next floor. It received generally positive reception for its gameplay, but was criticized for the lack of puzzle elements and under-utilization of the Virtual Boy's 3D effect. (Full article...)
  • Image 10Snake Rattle 'n' Roll is a platform video game developed by Rare. It was published by Nintendo and released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in North America in July 1990 and in Europe on March 27, 1991. The game features two snakes, Rattle and Roll, as they make their way through eleven 3D isometric levels. A Mega Drive version was released by Sega in June 1993 with an extra level. Snake Rattle 'n' Roll was developed by Rare members Tim Stamper and Mark Betteridge. The music was composed by David Wise and was inspired by "Shake, Rattle and Roll" and other 1950s-era songs.The object of the game is to navigate the obstacles in each level and eat enough "Nibbley Pibbleys" to ring a weigh-in bell located in the level, which will allow the snakes to exit. The game can be played by a single player or by two players simultaneously. Snake Rattle 'n' Roll has been named one of the top games released on the NES and one of the top games released by Rare. It is included in Rare's 2015 Rare Replay compilation for Xbox One. A follow-up for the Game Boy, titled Sneaky Snakes, was released by Tradewest in 1991. (Full article...)
    Snake Rattle 'n' Roll is a platform video game developed by Rare. It was published by Nintendo and released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in North America in July 1990 and in Europe on March 27, 1991. The game features two snakes, Rattle and Roll, as they make their way through eleven 3D isometric levels. A Mega Drive version was released by Sega in June 1993 with an extra level. Snake Rattle 'n' Roll was developed by Rare members Tim Stamper and Mark Betteridge. The music was composed by David Wise and was inspired by "Shake, Rattle and Roll" and other 1950s-era songs.

    The object of the game is to navigate the obstacles in each level and eat enough "Nibbley Pibbleys" to ring a weigh-in bell located in the level, which will allow the snakes to exit. The game can be played by a single player or by two players simultaneously. Snake Rattle 'n' Roll has been named one of the top games released on the NES and one of the top games released by Rare. It is included in Rare's 2015 Rare Replay compilation for Xbox One. A follow-up for the Game Boy, titled Sneaky Snakes, was released by Tradewest in 1991. (Full article...)

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  56.  Flight Unlimited II
  57.  Flight Unlimited III
  58.  Flotilla
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  60.  Flower
  61.  Freedom Planet
  62.  Giants: Citizen Kabuto
  63.  God of War (2005)
  64.  God of War II
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  66.  God of War: Ascension
  67.  God of War: Betrayal
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  69.  God of War: Ghost of Sparta
  70.  Golden Sun
  71.  Grand Theft Auto V
  72.  Gravity Bone
  73.  Grim Fandango
  74.  Guitar Hero
  75.  Half-Life 2: Episode One
  76.  Half-Life 2: Lost Coast
  77.  Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary
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  80.  Halo 3: ODST
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  85.  Infinity Blade
  86.  Iridion 3D
  87.  Islanders
  88.  Islands: Non-Places
  89.  Journey (2012)
  90.  Jumping Flash!
  91.  Katamari Damacy
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  102.  Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
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  104.  The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
  105.  The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
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  107.  Limbo
  108.  The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II
  109.  Lost Luggage
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  111.  Marble Madness
  112.  Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
  113.  Mario Power Tennis
  114.  Mass Effect 2
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  116.  Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
  117.  Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
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  129.  Oxenfree
  130.  Panzer Dragoon Saga
  131.  Paper Mario: Color Splash
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  134.  Perfect Dark
  135.  Phantasmagoria
  136.  Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned
  137.  Planescape: Torment
  138.  Plants vs. Zombies
  139.  Pokémon Channel
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  141.  Portal
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  175.  Super Mario World
  176.  Super Meat Boy
  177.  Super Smash Bros. Brawl
  178.  Super Smash Bros. Melee
  179.  System Shock
  180.  System Shock 2
  181.  Tales of Monkey Island
  182.  Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars
  183.  Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri
  184.  Thief II
  185.  Thirty Flights of Loving
  186.  Tony Hawk's Underground
  187.  Trials of Mana
  188.  Turok: Dinosaur Hunter
  189.  Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss
  190.  Uru: Ages Beyond Myst
  191.  Vagrant Story
  192.  Vampire: The Masquerade – Redemption
  193.  Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines
  194.  Wii Sports
  195.  Wipeout 2048
  196.  Wipeout 3
  197.  Wolfenstein 3D
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  6.  The 3rd Birthday
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  13.  Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere
  14.  Ace Driver
  15.  Advance Wars: Days of Ruin
  16.  Advance Wars: Dual Strike
  17.  Adventure (1980)
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  19.  Agar.io
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  25.  Alien Rage
  26.  Alien Soldier
  27.  Alien Spidy
  28.  Alien: Isolation
  29.  Alienation
  30.  Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem
  31.  Aliens: Colonial Marines
  32.  Alisia Dragoon
  33.  All Star Pro-Wrestling
  34.  Alpha Protocol
  35.  Altered Beast
  36.  Alto's Adventure
  37.  Among Us
  38.  Anarchy Online
  39.  Ancient Trader
  40.  And Yet It Moves
  41.  Angry Birds
  42.  Animal Crossing: New Horizons
  43.  Another Century's Episode
  44.  Another World
  45.  Ape Escape
  46.  Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney
  47.  Aqua Aqua
  48.  Archer Maclean's Mercury
  49.  Army Men: Operation Green
  50.  ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat
  51.  Assassin's Creed Odyssey
  52.  Assassin's Creed Origins
  53.  Asteroids
  54.  Atic Atac
  55.  Austerlitz
  56.  Automonopoli
  57.  The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit
  58.  Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II
  59.  Backbreaker
  60.  Bad Rats
  61.  Balan Wonderworld
  62.  Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn
  63.  Ballistics
  64.  Band Hero
  65.  Bangai-O
  66.  Banished
  67.  Banjo-Kazooie
  68.  Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge
  69.  Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
  70.  Banjo-Pilot
  71.  Banjo-Tooie
  72.  Barbarian: The Ultimate Warrior
  73.  Barbarian II: The Dungeon of Drax
  74.  Batman: Arkham Knight
  75.  Batman: Arkham Origins
  76.  Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker
  77.  The Battle For Midway
  78.  Battle of Britain
  79.  Battlefield Germany
  80.  Battletoads (1991)
  81.  Battletoads Arcade
  82.  Beatmania IIDX
  83.  Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII
  84.  Beneath a Steel Sky
  85.  Bertie the Brain
  86.  Beyond Good & Evil
  87.  Beyond: Two Souls
  88.  Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing
  89.  The Binding of Isaac
  90.  Bionicle
  91.  Bionicle Heroes
  92.  Bionicle: Matoran Adventures
  93.  BioShock 2
  94.  Bismarck
  95.  Black & White
  96.  Blackwyche
  97.  Blaster Master
  98.  Blazing Lazers
  99.  Blazing Star
  100.  Blek
  101.  Blood Knights
  102.  Blood Money
  103.  Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon
  104.  Bloody Fun Day
  105.  Blue Dragon
  106.  Blue Wing Blitz
  107.  Border Down
  108.  Borderlands 2
  109.  BoxBoy!
  110.  A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia
  111.  Braid
  112.  Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day!
  113.  Brave Fencer Musashi
  114.  Bravely Default
  115.  Bravoman
  116.  British Open Championship Golf
  117.  Broken Sword: The Angel of Death
  118.  Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon
  119.  Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror
  120.  Brütal Legend
  121.  Bubbles
  122.  Bubsy 3D
  123.  Bucky O'Hare (NES)
  124.  Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Wrath of the Darkhul King
  125.  Bug!
  126.  Bullet Witch
  127.  Bulletstorm
  128.  The Bureau: XCOM Declassified
  129.  Burnout 3: Takedown
  130.  Caesars Palace 2000
  131.  Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth
  132.  Call of Duty 2
  133.  Cannon Fodder 2
  134.  Cannon Fodder 3
  135.  Captain Novolin
  136.  Castle Crashers
  137.  The Castle Doctrine
  138.  Castle Wolfenstein
  139.  Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance
  140.  Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
  141.  Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin
  142.  Cathode-ray tube amusement device
  143.  Cauldron
  144.  Cauldron II: The Pumpkin Strikes Back
  145.  Champion of the Raj
  146.  Chaos;Head
  147.  Charlie Murder
  148.  Chibi-Robo!
  149.  Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash
  150.  Child of Eden
  151.  Chocobo Racing
  152.  Chocolatier
  153.  The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay
  154.  ChuChu Rocket!
  155.  Chulip
  156.  Clannad
  157.  Clock Tower (1995)
  158.  Clock Tower (1996)
  159.  Clock Tower II: The Struggle Within
  160.  Clock Tower 3
  161.  Close Combat
  162.  Cloud Kingdoms
  163.  Cobra Triangle
  164.  Code Age Commanders
  165.  Cold Fear
  166.  Colin McRae Rally (2013)
  167.  Command & Conquer (1995)
  168.  Commander Keen
  169.  Commander Keen in Aliens Ate My Babysitter
  170.  Commander Keen in Goodbye, Galaxy
  171.  Commander Keen in Keen Dreams
  172.  Computer Bismarck
  173.  Conker's Bad Fur Day
  174.  Contra III: The Alien Wars
  175.  Cookie
  176.  Cook, Serve, Delicious!
  177.  The Cottage
  178.  Cow Clicker
  179.  Crash Bandicoot
  180.  Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
  181.  Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time
  182.  Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure
  183.  Crash Bandicoot: Warped
  184.  Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex
  185.  Crash Boom Bang!
  186.  Crash Nitro Kart
  187.  Crash of the Titans
  188.  Crash Team Racing
  189.  Crash Twinsanity
  190.  Crash: Mind over Mutant
  191.  Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars
  192.  Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
  193.  Croc: Legend of the Gobbos
  194.  Cross Days
  195.  Crysis 3
  196.  Crystal Defenders
  197.  The Crystal Key
  198.  Curse of Enchantia
  199.  Cursed Mountain
  200.  Cutie Q
  201.  D
  202.  Dancing Eyes
  203.  Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
  204.  Danganronpa: Unlimited Battle
  205.  Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
  206.  Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony
  207.  Dangun Feveron
  208.  Darius Gaiden
  209.  The Darkness II
  210.  Darkwatch
  211.  Dawn of Mana
  212.  Day of the Tentacle
  213.  Days Gone
  214.  Daytona USA
  215.  Deactivators
  216.  Dead Head Fred
  217.  Dead Space
  218.  Deadly Premonition
  219.  Defender (1981)
  220.  Defenders of Ardania
  221.  Depression Quest
  222.  Descent
  223.  Descent II
  224.  Descent 3
  225.  Descent: FreeSpace – The Great War
  226.  Desert Strike
  227.  Destruction Derby
  228.  Destruction Derby 2
  229.  Detroit: Become Human
  230.  Deus Ex
  231.  Deus Ex Go
  232.  Deus Ex: The Fall
  233.  Deus Ex: Human Revolution
  234.  Deus Ex: Invisible War
  235.  Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  236.  Devil Daggers
  237.  Devil May Cry 4
  238.  Diamond Trust of London
  239.  Diddy Kong Racing
  240.  Dig Dug: Digging Strike
  241.  Digger T. Rock
  242.  Digimon Racing
  243.  Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei
  244.  Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei II
  245.  Digital: A Love Story
  246.  Dino Crisis
  247.  Dinosaur Game
  248.  Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII
  249.  Discworld
  250.  Dishonored 2
  251.  Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy
  252.  Dissidia Final Fantasy
  253.  Dive Alert
  254.  DJ Hero
  255.  DJ Hero 2
  256.  Doki Doki Literature Club!
  257.  Don't Starve
  258.  Don't take it personally, babe, it just ain't your story
  259.  Donkey Kong Country
  260.  Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
  261.  Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
  262.  Donkey Kong Country Returns
  263.  Donkey Kong Jr. Math
  264.  Doom (2016)
  265.  Doom 3
  266.  Dota 2
  267.  Dr. Luigi
  268.  Dr. Mario
  269.  Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine
  270.  Dragon Age: Inquisition
  271.  Dragon Age: Origins
  272.  Dragon Age II
  273.  Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans
  274.  Dragon Quest
  275.  Dragon Quest II
  276.  Dragon Quest III
  277.  Dragon Quest VI
  278.  Dragon Quest VII
  279.  Dragon Quest VIII
  280.  Dragon Quest X
  281.  Dragon's Crown
  282.  Drakengard 2
  283.  Drakengard 3
  284.  Driving Emotion Type-S
  285.  Dun Darach
  286.  Dungeon Keeper
  287.  Dungeon Keeper 2
  288.  Dungeon Siege III
  289.  Dungeons 3
  290.  Dwarf Fortress
  291.  Dying Light
  292.  Dynamite Headdy
  293.  Dynasty Warriors 4
  294.  E.V.O.: Search for Eden
  295.  EarthBound
  296.  Edge
  297.  Ef: A Fairy Tale of the Two
  298.  Einhänder
  299.  The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  300.  Elsinore
  301.  Empire: Total War
  302.  Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
  303.  Entombed
  304.  Equinox (1993)
  305.  Escape from Woomera
  306.  Escape Velocity Nova
  307.  Ethnic Cleansing
  308.  Europa Barbarorum
  309.  Ever 17: The Out of Infinity
  310.  Evolve
  311.  F-Zero
  312.  F-Zero X
  313.  F.E.A.R.
  314.  Fahrenheit (2005)
  315.  Falklands '82
  316.  Fallout
  317.  Fallout 3
  318.  Fallout Shelter
  319.  Fallout: New Vegas
  320.  Fantasy Earth Zero
  321.  Far Cry 2
  322.  Far Cry 3
  323.  Far Cry 4
  324.  Faselei!
  325.  Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water
  326.  Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse
  327.  Fighters Uncaged
  328.  Final Fantasy
  329.  Final Fantasy II
  330.  Final Fantasy III
  331.  Final Fantasy IV
  332.  Final Fantasy V
  333.  Final Fantasy VII G-Bike
  334.  Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings
  335.  Final Fantasy XIV
  336.  Final Fantasy XIV (2010)
  337.  Final Fantasy XV
  338.  Final Fantasy Adventure
  339.  Final Fantasy Agito
  340.  Final Fantasy All the Bravest
  341.  Final Fantasy Awakening
  342.  Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
  343.  Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
  344.  Final Fantasy Dimensions
  345.  Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales
  346.  The Final Fantasy Legend
  347.  Final Fantasy Legend II
  348.  Final Fantasy Legend III
  349.  Final Fantasy Mystic Quest
  350.  Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift
  351.  Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
  352.  Fire Emblem Awakening
  353.  Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
  354.  Fire Emblem Fates
  355.  Fire Emblem Gaiden
  356.  Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade
  357.  Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade
  358.  Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War
  359.  Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
  360.  Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
  361.  Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
  362.  Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
  363.  Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light
  364.  Fire Emblem: Thracia 776
  365.  Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  366.  Firewatch
  367.  Five Nights at Freddy's
  368.  Flicky
  369.  Florence
  370.  Flower, Sun, and Rain
  371.  Football Glory
  372.  Forza Motorsport 4
  373.  Fragile Allegiance
  374.  Fragments of Him
  375.  Freelancer
  376.  FreeSpace 2
  377.  Frog Fractions
  378.  From Dust
  379.  G-Police
  380.  Galactic Pinball
  381.  Galaga
  382.  Galaga '91
  383.  Galaga Legions
  384.  Galaxy Force
  385.  Galaxy Game
  386.  Gasketball
  387.  Gearheads
  388.  Gears of War 2
  389.  Gee Bee
  390.  Geneforge
  391.  Geneforge 2
  392.  Gex
  393.  Ghost in the Shell
  394.  Gimmick!
  395.  Ginga Fukei Densetsu Sapphire
  396.  GioGio's Bizarre Adventure
  397.  Girl's Garden
  398.  Go Vacation
  399.  Goat Simulator
  400.  God of War (2018)
  401.  Golden Sun: Dark Dawn
  402.  Golden Sun: The Lost Age
  403.  GoldenEye 007 (1997)
  404.  Golem Arcana
  405.  Golf (1995)
  406.  Golf Club: Wasteland
  407.  Golf Story
  408.  Good Job!
  409.  Gotcha
  410.  Grabbed by the Ghoulies
  411.  Gran Trak 10
  412.  Grand Kingdom
  413.  Grand Knights History
  414.  Grand Theft Auto III
  415.  Grand Theft Auto IV
  416.  Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
  417.  GrimGrimoire
  418.  Grow Home
  419.  GT Advance Championship Racing
  420.  The Guardian Legend
  421.  Guilty Gear Isuka
  422.  Guilty Gear X
  423.  Guilty Gear X2
  424.  Guitar Hero II
  425.  Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
  426.  Guitar Hero 5
  427.  Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s
  428.  Guitar Hero Live
  429.  Guitar Hero Smash Hits
  430.  Guitar Hero World Tour
  431.  Guitar Hero: Aerosmith
  432.  Guitar Hero: Metallica
  433.  Guitar Hero: Van Halen
  434.  Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock
  435.  Gumball
  436.  Gunfright
  437.  Gunstar Heroes
  438.  Gyromancer
  439.  Half-Life
  440.  Half-Life 2: Episode Two
  441.  Halo 2600
  442.  Halo 4
  443.  Halo Wars 2
  444.  Halo: Spartan Assault
  445.  Halo: Spartan Strike
  446.  Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite!
  447.  Hamurabi
  448.  Hang-On
  449.  Harmonia
  450.  Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery
  451.  Hatoful Boyfriend
  452.  Haunting Ground
  453.  Heavy Rain
  454.  Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit
  455.  Her Story
  456.  Heroes of Mana
  457.  Hidden Runaway
  458.  Hitman (2016)
  459.  Hitman 2 (2018)
  460.  Hitman Go
  461.  Hitman: Sniper
  462.  Hodj 'n' Podj
  463.  Hohokum
  464.  Hollow Knight
  465.  Hollywood Monsters
  466.  Horizon Zero Dawn
  467.  Hot Potato
  468.  Hotel Mario
  469.  Hulk
  470.  Hundreds
  471.  Hunt the Wumpus
  472.  Hunter: The Reckoning
  473.  Hunter: The Reckoning – Redeemer
  474.  Hunter: The Reckoning – Wayward
  475.  I Hate Running Backwards
  476.  I Love Bees
  477.  Icewind Dale II
  478.  The Idolmaster Dearly Stars
  479.  The Idolmaster Shiny Festa
  480.  If Found...
  481.  Igor: Objective Uikokahonia
  482.  Ikaruga
  483.  In Cold Blood
  484.  Incoming (1998)
  485.  The Incredible Hulk (1994)
  486.  The Incredible Hulk (2003)
  487.  The Incredible Hulk (2008)
  488.  The Incredible Hulk (Nintendo DS)
  489.  The Incredible Hulk: The Pantheon Saga
  490.  The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction
  491.  Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
  492.  Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
  493.  Infamous
  494.  Infamous 2
  495.  Infamous Second Son
  496.  Infinite Space
  497.  Injustice 2
  498.  Injustice: Gods Among Us
  499.  Innsmouth no Yakata
  500.  Insaniquarium
  501.  The Invincible Iron Man
  502.  Ironsword: Wizards & Warriors II
  503.  Isle of the Dead
  504.  Iwo Jima
  505.  Izuna 2: The Unemployed Ninja Returns
  506.  Jack Bros.
  507.  James Cameron's Dark Angel
  508.  Jane's Attack Squadron
  509.  Jet Force Gemini
  510.  Jet Moto
  511.  Jet Set Radio
  512.  Jetpac
  513.  JFK Reloaded
  514.  Jimmy White's 2: Cueball
  515.  Joe Danger
  516.  John Madden Football '93
  517.  Joust
  518.  Joust 2: Survival of the Fittest
  519.  Judgment
  520.