The Science Of Why You Should Spend Your Money On Experiences, Not Things
You don't have infinite money. Spend it on stuff that research says makes you happy. Most people are in the pursuit of happiness. There are economists who think happiness is the best indicator of the ...
Memories Off
Memories Off (メモリーズオフ, Memoriizu Ofu) is the title of a series of Japanese romance visual novel video games released by KID. The first game in the series, simply called Memories Off, was relea...
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Touhou Project
The Touhou Project (東方Project, Tōhō Purojekuto, lit. Eastern Project), also known as Toho Project or Project Shrine Maiden, is a Japanese dōjin game series focused on bullet hell shooters made...
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Tel-Tel Stadium
Tel-Tel Stadium (TEL・TELスタジアム, "TEL · TEL Stadium") is a Sega Mega Drive baseball video game released in 1990. Along with Tel-Tel Mahjong it is a part of the Tel-Tel series and allows for online m...
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The Science Of Why You Should Spend Your Money On Experiences, Not Things
You don't have infinite money. Spend it on stuff that research says makes you happy. Most people are in the pursuit of happiness. There are economists who think happiness is the best indicator of the ...
Wrestle Kingdom
Wrestle Kingdom (レッスルキングダム, Ressuru Kingudamu) is a licensed professional wrestling video game by Yuke's, released in Japan for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 2. The game combines the top stars ...
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Doraemon 2: SOS! Otogi no Kuni
Doraemon 2: SOS! Otogi no Kuni (ドラえもん2:SOS!おとぎの国) is an action game for the PlayStation. It was released only in Japan.
Eisei Meijin VI
Eisei Meijin VI (永世名人VI, lit. Immortal Master VI) is a traditional video game released in 2002 by Konami. The game was only released in Japan. The game is based on the traditional board game shogi...
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Yakuman (video game)
Yakuman (役満) is a 1989 mahjong video game developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo for its handheld Game Boy system. There is a successor to this game on to the Nintendo DS calle...
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List of Japan-exclusive video games
This is a partial list of notable Japanese language computer and video games that have not seen, and likely never will see, any official English language localization. This does not include games that...
Wangan Midnight (video game)
Wangan Midnight (湾岸ミッドナイト, Wangan middonaito) is a racing game developed by Genki for the PlayStation 3. It is based on the Award winning Japanese comic of the same name created by Michiharu K...
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Captain Tsubasa 4: Pro no Rival Tachi
Captain Tsubasa 4: Pro no Rival Tachi (キャプテン翼Ⅳ プロのライバルたち) is the fourth sequel of the original Captain Tsubasa videogame series by Tecmo. It's a direct sequel of Captain Tsubasa 3: Koutei no Chous...
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Niji no Silkroad
Niji no Silkroad (虹のシルクロード, "Rainbow Silkroad") is a role-playing video game for the Japanese version of the NES, the Famicom. It was developed by NHK and published by Victor Interactive Software ...
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Accele Brid
Accele Brid (アクセルブリッド) is a shooter game released by Tomy in 1993 for the Super Famicom.
Players progress through the game as a robot racing through a pipe, shooting everything that moves. The...
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Shigetaka Kashiwagi's Top Water Bassing
Shigetaka Kashiwagi's Top Water Bassing (柏木重孝のTOP WATER BASSING) is a Japan-exclusive Super Famicom fishing video game endorsed by the Japanese professional bass fisher Shigetaka Kashiwagi.
Th...
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Sōkaigi
Sōkaigi (双界儀, lit. Twin Dimensions) is an action role-playing game developed by Yuke's and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Sony PlayStation video game console. It was released in 199...
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Melfand Stories
Melfand Stories (メルファンドストーリーズ) is a Japan-exclusive Scrolling beat 'em up video game, developed by Sting Entertainment and published by ASCII, which was released in 1994. The game is sort of a rud...
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Dolucky no Puzzle Tour '94
Dolucky no Puzzle Tour '94 (ドラッキーのパズルツアー'94, "Dolucky's Puzzle Tour '94") is a puzzle video game developed by Zoom and published by Imagineer, which was released exclusively in Japan in 1994.
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Tomoyo After: It's a Wonderful Life
Tomoyo After: It's a Wonderful Life (智代アフター ~It's a Wonderful Life~, Tomoyo Afutā ~It's a Wonderful Life~) is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by Key released on November 25, 2005 for W...
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Captain Tsubasa J: Get In The Tomorrow
Captain Tsubasa J: Get In The Tomorrow (キャプテン翼J ゲットインザトゥモロウ) is a Japan-exclusive action/cinematic soccer video game released in 1995 by Bandai for the PlayStation. The game is one of few to have ...
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Metal Max
Metal Max (メタルマックス, Metaru Makkusu) is a 1991 vehicle combat role-playing video game developed by Crea-Tech and published by Data East for the Nintendo Famicom exclusively in Japan on May 24, ...
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Gekitotsu Yonku Battle
Gekitotsu Shiku Battle (激突四駆バトル, "Four Wheel Drive Battle Clash") is a Japan-exclusive video game of the vehicular combat game genre released in 1989 by Irem for the Family Computer.
Portable Island: Te no Hira no Resort
Portable Island: Te no Hira no Resort is a game for the PlayStation Portable handheld system. It was shown at Sony's PlayStation Meeting on the 22 July 2005. It involves the player spending time on a ...
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