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UltramanInformationDeveloper(s)BitstepsPublisher(s)BandaiRelease DateMay 20, 2004GenreActionGame ModesSingle PlayerMultiplayerRatingsA (All ages) (In accordance to Japan's CERO)Platform(s)Playstation 2Ultraman is an action video game that was developed by Bitsteps and was published by Bandai on May 20, 2004 in Japan. This game follows the story of the original Ultraman and Return of Ultraman.
The game features a ranking system, in which depending on how well the player completed the stage, they will be awarded a rank, with D being the worst rank and S being the best rank. Each stage has its own health and time remaining requirement, that when completed boosts the rank. Two other special tasks must be completed to achieve an S Rank. Lots of stages include more than 2 special tasks, meaning there are multiple ways to get an S rank for each stage. Some of these tasks can achieve an S rank immediately, regardless of any other special tasks or the health and time requirements.
Ultraman Fighting Evolution (ウルトラマン Fighting Evolution Urutoraman Fighting Evolution) is a series of fighting videos games that feature several Ultramen and monsters from their series.
Edited: broblems disappears if you set Upscale value on none or gpu in PS2-FPKG_v0.6.If you want Force 60hz PAL mode in the game and force bilinear filtering, write in the config:
Emu used=Jakv2. Fully playable with right config mentioned above plus --force-frame-blend=1 #fix for shaking menu ui and lua file for game-breaking bug for getting stuck in the room before Irene in Helraios. Updated configConfirmed getting stuck bug fixed. Works perfectly now
I used PS2-FPKG_v0.6 converter with the config for PS3 game, it's already present in converter. When converting, check the box Auto-Add PS3 Config, and uncheck the rest, then choose Destroy All Humans V2 emu, just put this Destroy All Humans V2 emu folder into PS2-FPKG_v0.6\emus\ and just select it in the program. Use The suffering 2 emulator configuration inside config-emu-ps4.txt.
-Game has a few cutscenes that play out of sync with audio and a few that the camera does not follow the characters in cutscenes correctly. -Trying to enter the AGWS shop in Kukai will result in being stuck in a wall HOWEVER you are not required to enter to complete the game (though you'll never be able to attain Shions best abilities)
This list provides an index of video game titles in Banpresto's Super Robot Wars franchise, known as Super Robot Taisen in Japan. Most of the games in the series are tactical role-playing games, but several games representing other genres were also released. List is divided by video game genre and ordered by initial release date. Only the original games, Neo Super Robot Wars and Super Robot Wars Compact, had final bosses that were not directly created by Banpresto.
The second game for WonderSwan system was divided into three chapters sold as separate games. Finishing each game allows the player to carry their completion data to the subsequent game via the Wonderswan's internal memory. Compact 2 was the first game in the series to feature the "Support Attack/Defend" system. All 3 chapters were remade and re-released on the PlayStation 2 as Super Robot Taisen Impact (Super Robot Wars Impact).
The final game to the Masō Kishin series, which skips the PlayStation Vita release and the save transfer system. It includes elements from Winkysoft's other franchise, Rayblade in the form of the new Masouki, Raveraid. Amara from 2nd Super Robot Wars Original Generation officially returns in the sequel along with the Garilnagant. The game revolves around the Ancient Giants, the true form of the Pillar Gods and the mysterious attacks occurring in La Gias.
Appearing on the Game Boy Color, it is similar to a monster trainer game, such as Pokémon series. Linking a completed game to Super Robot Wars 64 with the Nintendo 64's Transfer Pak unlocks four exclusive units and characters in the latter.
The sequel to the original Scramble Commander, it is the first time Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam adopts its movie trilogy's setting. Includes aerial, underwater, and space combat and more than one special attack for several units. With the exceptions of Neon Genesis Evangelion and Mobile Suit Gundam: 08th MS Team the entire cast from the first game returns.
Turn based role-playing game loosely based on the Original Generation games. It is the first game to be co-developed by Monolith Soft and the third SRW game released in the US by Atlus as Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier.
A spin-off in the veins of Super Robot Wars Link Battler and Super Robot Wars XO's online multiplayer mode. This game features roughly the entire cast of Super Robot Wars J, W and K (Gundam SEED, Nadesico, both Tekkaman Blade series and Mazinger Z are excluded, while Getter Robo Armageddon replaces Getter Robo G and manga Shin Getter Robo). The game also features the Compatible Kaiser from Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden.
The sequel to Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier. New characters include Super Robot Wars A's Axel Almer, Super Robot Wars Impact's Einst Alfimi, SD The Great Battle's Fighter Roar/Azuma Kouta, and Xenosaga's MOMO. The OP movie is done by animation studio XEBEC, while the opening song is sung by Mizuki Nana. The game had three release versions: Regular, Pre-Order and the Limited Edition Box, which contains two soundtrack CDs covering the entire Endless Frontier series and an Artbook.
A Tower-Defense Game done in the same style as Chain Chronicle, it is the first title in the series to be co-developed by Sega. It is notable for having the largest number of series debuting in a Super Robot Wars game (including event exclusives) and also for its one time events, which debuts several series that are devoid of any Mecha and ones that are impossible to be included in a main Super Robot Wars game due to multiple licensing issues. It is also notable for the first time, to include a Kaiju and Tokusatsu series in a Super Robot Wars game, the first time a Red Entertainment created franchise to debut in the game, in the form of Sakura Wars, Muv-Luv Alternative marks the second time an Eroge Visual Novel game appeared, the debut of a Shōjo anime series in the franchise in the form of Aikatsu! and Brave Exkaiser marks as the third Brave series to debut in the franchise. The game also debuted the Getter Noir units, which marks as the second series to feature a game-original unit based on the Getter Robo franchise since T. The game closed its services on March 31, 2021.
The third mobile title in the franchise, which combines traditional tactical role playing format with mobile gaming elements from previous titles. It is the first game to include multiple storylines spanning multiple worlds based on previous Super Robot Wars titles.
This is a list of games for the Sony PlayStation 2 video game system. Title names may be different for each region due to the first language spoken. The last game for the PlayStation 2, Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 was released on 14 November 2013. 2b1af7f3a8