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Request: Japanese Mega Drive & Game Boy XML/lists (exclusives)

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Really happy to see HyperList updated with separate Super Famicom and Famicom XMLs.

I was wondering if it's possible to also have Japanese Mega Drive & Game Boy exclusives as separate systems?

There are really tons of playable games that were released exclusively in Japan, just like with the Japanese SNES and NES titles.

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I found it here http://www.sega-16.com/forum/showthread.php?13839-Japanese-Mega-Drive-games

Here's a list of all the Japanese exclusives that aren't RPGs, strategy, mahjong, or unplayable for those who don't read Japanese. I did a separate list for shooters. If you have any questions about any of these, feel free to ask!

Are there any others that I don't have listed?

Aah! Harimanada - Region locked; can be played with Game Genie

Alien Soldier - region locked; can be played with Game Genie

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon - region locked; can be played with Game Genie

Choukyuukai Miracle Nine - region locked

Cuty Suzuki Ringside Angel

Dahna: Megai Tanja

Devil Hunter Yoko

Dodge Danpei

Doraemon: Yume Dorobou to 7-Jin no Gozans - region locked; can be played with Game Genie

Double Dragon II: The Revenge

Dragon Ball Z: Bu Yuu Retsuden - also released in EU

F-1 Circus MD

F-1 Gran Prix

F-1 Super License

Fastest 1

Golden Axe 3 - region locked; can be played with Game Genie

Gouketuji Ichizoku (aka Power Instinct)

Hokuto no Ken - ported to NA / EU as Last Battle; radically different version

Kyukai Dotyuuki Puroyakyuu

Magical Hat no Buttobi Tabo! Daibouken

Magical * Taru Ruto-Kun

Mega Panel

Metal Fangs

Nekketsu Koukou Dodgeball bu-Soccer-hen

New Zealand Story

Osomatsu-kun: Hachamecha Gekijou

Pa Pen Ga Pengo

Puyo Puyo - ported to EU / NA as Dr. Robotnick's Mean Bean Machine

Puyo Puyo 2

Pulseman - region locked; can be played with Game Genie

Puzzle & Action: Ichidant-R - region locked; can be played with Game Genie

Puzzle & Action: Tant-R - region locked; can be played with Game Genie

Rainbow Islands Extra

Rockman Mega World - region locked; can be played with Game Genie. Also released in EU


Snow Bros.

Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden


Wani Wani World

Yu Yu Hakusho Makyo Toitsusen - region locked; can be played with Game Genie


Battle Mania Daiginjo

Bio-Ship Paladin / Uchu Senkan Gomora


Dangerous Seed

Daisenpu - released as Twin Hawk in EU

Darwin 4081

Eliminate Down

Fire Mustang

Gley Lancer

Heavy Unit: Mega Drive Special

Master of Weapon

Panorama Cotton

Slap Fight MD

Super Airwolf - ported to EU / NA as Crossfire; this version has the Airwolf theme music

Twinkle Tale



XDR: X-Dazedly-Ray

And below that

Allow me to repost my list of interesting Japanese exclusives

Quote Originally Posted by Christuserloeser View Post


Bare Knuckle III

Golden Axe III



Sailor Moon

Rockman Megaworld / Mega Man: The Wily Wars

Alien Soldier

New Zealand Story

Mega Panel

Puyo Puyo & Puyo Puyo 2

Snow Bros.

Yu Yu Hakusho

High School Soccer feat. Kunio Kun

Magical Taruruuto-Kun

Magical Hat

Gouketsuji Ichizoku / Power Instinct

Devil Hunter Yohko

Rainbow Islands Extra

Dodgeball Danpei

Dragon Ball Z

Wani Wani World

Dahna - Megami Tanjou


Battle Mania 2


Super Fantasy Zone

Panorama Cotton

Dangerous Seed

Darwin 4081


Slap Fight MD

Eliminate Down

Twinkle Tale

Twin Hawk / Daisenpu

Wonderboy in Monsterlair


Zero Wing

Unplayable if you don't know Japanese: RPGs

Monster World IV

King Colossus

Langrisser 2

Phantasy Star 1

Surging Aura

Maten Densetsu

Dragon Slayer 1 & 2

Fushigi no Umi no Nadia


Vixen 357

Dyna Bros 1 & 2

Hybrid Front

Bahamut Senki

Blue Almanac / Star Odyssey

Lord Monarch

- Some of these have been translated into English by Neo Demiforce (Monsterworld IV) and MIJET (Langrisser 2, King Colossus) so I'd recommend a flash cart like the Neo Myth 3-in-1 if you want to enjoy them on real hardware.

Phantasy Star 1 would be playable via the Power Base Converter (or Neo Myth); it's really just the Master System game in a Mega Drive cartridge case.

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Working on it yesterday and just picking it up again now. I have boxes and video and wheels for about 200 megadrive wheels. I'm going to sort through these and eventually split them into into a Japanese set as well.

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I created a Mega account today and used my university's great upload bandwidth to start dumping my resources into mega. I will put up the resources I have found so far but my main concern is getting an accurate database.

After cross checking with:

Sega Japan site for lists of games released by Sega and Manufacturers

MESS Software Lists

Artwork so far:

I have seen people on YouTube with wheels already created for this set. I know some of them are from this community too. I was wondering if anyone has Japanese only wheels made? I am not interested in the English translations as I want to keep this purely commercially Japanese released.

Covers: http://www.guardiana.net/Ressources/Covers/Mega%20Drive/Japan/?PHPSESSID=632b2fe96822c3abecab6e624d9ab158

I have about 200 3D Box Covers sitting here, so half are missing. I am happy to forgo those in lieu of the flat variety above.

The wheels are what I'm concerned about really after getting this database trimmed.

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