20 Games Like Cray-5(TBA)
A new Gintama game for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Japan.
No western version has been announced but a trailer released for a version from Southeast Asia has English subtitles, PlayStation 4 only. This version will be available in a physical and digital format.
Doraemon 3: Nobita no Machi SOS! (Doraemon 3: Nobita's Town SOS!) is an action game for the Nintendo 64. It was released only in Japan in 2000. The game is based on the Japanese manga Doraemon and has is the sequel to two N64 games, Doraemon: Nobita to Mittsu no Seireiseki and Doraemon 2: Nobita to Hikari no Shinden, all only released in Japan.
Crayon Shin-Chan: Ora to Shiro wa Otomodachi da yo is a Miscellaneous game, developed by TOSE and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1993.
Crayon Shin-Chan: Ora to Shiro ha Otomodachi Dayo is a platforming game
based off the Crayon Shin-Chan manga, mostly popular in Japan although
translated and published in a couple of other countries. The game is heavily
oriented towards platforming, with only a couple of blow bubbles-based weapons
littered throughout the game's short four levels.
Shin-chan can hop onto the heads of the enemy humans that are
interspersed around each stage, as well as use the bubbles to knock them out. He
can also hop onto hooks and branches, and scale telephone poles and trees.
There are also three mini-games in Crayon Shin-Chan along with a fourth
kind-of mini-game. Although all four mini-games are encountered in the course of
your playthrough, you can also access them from the title screen using the
second option presented to you.
Also of note is a timer in each of the level. For some weird reason, if
you try to collect everything in a level, there simply is not enough time, at
least in Level 2. Fortunately, you are given checkpoints throughout each of the
levels. Timing out will simply throw you back to one of the checkpoints.
Osomatsu-kun Hachamecha Gekijou (おそ松くん はちゃめちゃ劇場) is a 1988 action game by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive tying into the Osomatsu-kun media franchise in Japan, which at the time saw a revival in the form of an anime series stared the same year by Studio Pierrot. It is one of the few Mega Drive games to never receive full support for TMSS, meaning it will only work on most Model 1 Mega Drives.
B shoots balls from a slingshot that only go a short way before disappearing. C jumps; Up+C jumps higher. Up enters doors. Down crouches. Start appears to bring up some sort of weapons menu but the means to navigate it is unknown.
Super Lucky’s Tale is a delightful, playground platformer for all ages that follows Lucky, the ever-optimistic and lovable hero, on his quest to find his inner strength and help his beloved sister rescue the Book of Ages from the nefarious Jinx. Head back to the era of classic platformers with challenges players of all skill levels and all ages can enjoy.