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Sayo-chan Cameos

This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series Pocky and Rocky / Kiki Kaikai

As the beloved protagonist of an arcade hit that turned into a successful series, Sayo-chan naturally found her way into

Pocky & Rocky Reshrined

This entry is part 7 of 8 in the series Pocky and Rocky / Kiki Kaikai

21 years after the last game in the series (not counting Heavenly Guardian), the Pocky & Rocky series finally returns

Heavenly Guardian / Snow Battle Princess Sayuki

This entry is part 6 of 8 in the series Pocky and Rocky / Kiki Kaikai

Between two of the best games on the SNES and a decent GBA outing, the Kiki Kaikai series was looking

Top 47,858 Games of All Time Episode 499: Kingdom Rush

Join the HG101 gang as they discuss and rank the hit tower defense game from Uruguayan developer Ironhide Game Studio.

Top 47,858 Games of All Time Episode 498: Balan Wonderworld

Join the HG101 gang as they discuss and rank Yuki Naka’s triumphant swan song, a classic that will never die.

Pocky & Rocky with Becky

This entry is part 5 of 8 in the series Pocky and Rocky / Kiki Kaikai

For the franchise’s foray onto the then-new Game Boy Advance, Taito once again loaned the franchise out to another developer,

Pocky & Rocky 2

This entry is part 4 of 8 in the series Pocky and Rocky / Kiki Kaikai

At a glance, Pocky & Rocky 2 is exactly what you’d expect from a sequel – it has more stages,

Pocky & Rocky

This entry is part 3 of 8 in the series Pocky and Rocky / Kiki Kaikai

After a year off, the series would make its return in 1992 on the Super Famicom as Kiki Kaikai: Nazo

Top 47,858 Games of All Time Episode 497: Wolfenstein: The New Order

Join the HG101 gang as they discuss and rank another good reboot of the Wolf 3D series, this time in the 1960s.

Kiki KaiKai: Dotou-hen

This entry is part 2 of 8 in the series Pocky and Rocky / Kiki Kaikai

Often mistaken for a port, Kiki Kaikai: Dotou-hen is instead the franchise’s black sheep, an ambitious but curious mixture of

Kiki Kaikai

This entry is part 1 of 8 in the series Pocky and Rocky / Kiki Kaikai

Kiki Kaikai (“Mysterious Ghost World”) certainly wasn’t Taito’s first foray into run-and-guns or shoot-em-ups, but it stands out as their

Top 47,858 Games of All Time Episode 496: The Wonderful 101

Join the HG101 gang as they discuss and rank a game that’s half Pikmin, half X-Men, all fun!

Taito Milestones

Taito Milestones is a collection of ten games from Taito’s early history, with releases spanning from 1981 to 1987. Alpine

Top 47,858 Games of All Time Episode 495: John Madden Football

Join the HG101 gang as they discuss and rank a truly historic video game by the most unlikely of video game creators.

L-Man

L-Man, also known as 蜥蜴超人, (“Lizard Superman”), is a Taiwanese fighting game, set in a modern-day equivalent rife with animal-based

Stella Deus

The Japanese strategy RPG scene in the middle of the 2000s was dominated by Nippon Ichi. With Disgaea: Hour of

Contract J.A.C.K

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series No One Lives Forever

Coming after the success of No One Lives Forever 2, Monolith developed a third game, which is more of a

No One Lives Forever 2

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series No One Lives Forever

No One Lives Forever 2 (or NOLF2) had a lot of expectations from fans after the critical awards that the

The Operative: No One Lives Forever

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series No One Lives Forever

Founded in 1994, Monolith Productions made a name for themselves in the mid-1990s with first person shooters like Blood and

Magic Castle

The year is 1997. Keiichi Matsunami and Hiroyuki Itoh have left their job in order to make their own job,

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