Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Metal Hero Video Games

Pocket Club P-1 Mini mobilization Winspector! Warrior 3 (1990)

Pocket Club P-1 Mini Exceedraft (1992)
Pocket Club P-1 Mini Jansperson (1993)
Pocket Club P-1 Mini Blue Swat (1994)

SD Defeat the Evil forces! Total Hero Battle
Shaider, Metalder, and Jiban made appearances in this game from Banpresto, that was headlined by Gundam, also featured Kamen RIder 1.

Tokkyū Shirei Solbrain (1991)
A video game version of Tokkyū Shirei Solbrain was released in 1991 for the Japanese Family Computer, published by Angel and developed by Natsume.

A localized version titled Shatterhand was published by Jaleco for the Nintendo Entertainment System in North America and Europe shortly after the Japanese release. The differences are mainly cosmetic (changing graphics and the plot) but one change to an boss area. Funny, this reminds me what they did with the Super Mario Bros. 2 game.

Azito2 for PlayStation (1998)
Featured Gavan, Sharivan and Shaider.

Operation Superhero (1999)
CD-Rom featured Gavan, Sharivan and Shaider and Metalder. Also had Kamen Riders and Ultramen.

Don Oke Character Quiz! Tokusatsu Hero (1999)
Produced by Toei Tokusatsu Hero, a quiz game that included many Tokusatsu heroes except for the Super Sentai series. Part 1 featured Metalder and Jiraiya. Part 1 featured Robotak, Jiban, Gavin, Speilban and B-Fighter. For Playstation.

Operation Super Hero Diedal Ambition (2000)
For Playstation.

Super Tokusatsu Taisen (2001)
Came out for Playstation, featured Goranger, Kamen Rider V3, Kamen Rider Black, Kamen Rider Black RX, Ultraman, Ultra Seen, Goranger, Gavan, Sharivan, Shaider, and others.

The Space Sheriff Spirits
The Space Sheriff Spirits came out for the PlayStation 2 in 2006. The game was simultaneously released in May 25, 2006 in Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan. This was the last work involving the late Machiko Soga.

I had previously this VR Troopers video game in my post about Power Ranger Video Games, because I didn't think I had a place for it but of course this had a place here.

VR Troopers
VR Troopers is a 1995 fighting game was developed by Syrox Developments and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive and the Sega Game Gear. If one were to play as a Trooper against the Clone-Bot in the form of that trooper, the Clone-Bot's Trooper form will appear in a different color. The video game contains a creature named Kamelion, as the final boss of the game who can shapeshift into any other playable character in the game and utilize their abilities. This creature does not appear in the series, yet is somewhat similar to the Season 1 robot general, Zelton. Tankatron, Decimator, Dark Heart, Kongbot, Magicianm abd Kamelion were the opponents.

1 comment:

Big_Bad_Beetleborgs said...

This is very cool. Thanks for posting this! Wow, some of those games have a Scramble Duel groove to them!

I wrote about Scramble Duel long ago, though B-Fighter-centric, but on the topic nonetheless. http://community.livejournal.com/beetleborgsfans/16598.html