vgjunk:

Operation Wolf 3, arcade.

released by Taito in 1994

vgjunk:

Operation Wolf 3, arcade.

released by Taito in 1994

vgprintads:

"Elevator Action Returns / Elevator Action II" [Arcade Flyer, Japan]

  • Via The Arcade Flyer Archive
  • So… Elevator Action had a gritty sequel? Complete with an Arnold Schwarzenegger supercop, terrorists invading Die Hard-inspired locations, and graphics that could make it easily mistakened for Contra? Why, yes!
  • Because I know what my followers like: elevators!

(Taito - arcade - 1994)

The Legend of Kage (Tose/Taito - NES - 1987)
acimon:

(タイトー/ファミコン版影の伝説おしゃべり霧姫/TAITO”TheLegendofKAGE”KirihimeStuffedDollから)
"Orkus" - LostMagic (Taito - DS - 2006) 
requested by longgomehome

"Orkus" - LostMagic (Taito - DS - 2006) 

requested by longgomehome

how to get fired - Takeshi no Chousenjou (Taito - Famicom - 1986) 
requested by travisonacomputer 
There’s so much crazy stuff happening in this game, you might as well just go to Wikipedia and read about it here.

how to get fired - Takeshi no Chousenjou (Taito - Famicom - 1986) 

requested by travisonacomputer 

There’s so much crazy stuff happening in this game, you might as well just go to Wikipedia and read about it here.

KiKi KaiKai (Taito - arcade - 1986)
acimon:

(タイトー「奇々怪界」テーブルポップ/TAITO “Kiki Kaikai” Table Popから)

according to Wikipedia, “In the English-speaking world, it is usually recognized as the forerunner to the Pocky & Rocky series.”

KiKi KaiKai (Taito - arcade - 1986)

acimon:

(タイトー「奇々怪界」テーブルポップ/TAITO “Kiki Kaikai” Table Popから)

according to Wikipedia, “In the English-speaking world, it is usually recognized as the forerunner to the Pocky & Rocky series.”

Kaiser Knuckle aka Global Champion (Taito - arcade - 1994)

bison2winquote:

- A detail in J. McCoy’s stage,

minimaps:

Don Doko Don (Taito, Arcade, 1989)

This one has a nice little detail- the box-out scenes with Bob (1P, red) and Jim (2P, yellow) change depending on who’s playing. We’re showing the 1P & 2P versions here, but Jim isn’t present if no-one’s playing as him. Makes sense, really.

I doubt that’s actually supposed to be Santa Claus, but let’s just say it is anyway..

Insector X (Hot-B/Taito - Famicom - 1989)

the-ankle-rocker:

The final boss just seems so out of place…

Sonic Blast Man II (Taito - SNES - 1994)
vgjunk:

At the big VGJunk site today: three of the lamest superheroes ever assembled join force to battle the interstellar menace of Karate Hulks, giant carrot men and dedicated fishermen in Taito’s SNES beat-em-up Sonic Blast Man 2! You can read all about it here!

Sonic Blast Man II (Taito - SNES - 1994)

vgjunk:

At the big VGJunk site today: three of the lamest superheroes ever assembled join force to battle the interstellar menace of Karate Hulks, giant carrot men and dedicated fishermen in Taito’s SNES beat-em-up Sonic Blast Man 2! You can read all about it here!

Darius Gaiden (Taito - arcade - 1994)

animatedscreenshots:

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Target: Renegade (Taito - NES - 1988)

Target: Renegade (Taito - NES - 1988)

Ninja Warriors Again (Natsume/Taito - Super Famicom - 1994)
Remake of the 1988 The Ninja Warriors arcade game.

Ninja Warriors Again (Natsume/Taito - Super Famicom - 1994)

Remake of the 1988 The Ninja Warriors arcade game.

PuLiRuLa - (Taito - arcade - 1991)

PuLiRuLa - (Taito - arcade - 1991)

Do you remember a platformer for the NES based in Edo-period Japan featuring a samurai/ninja (can't remember) scaling tree tops and being bad ass? I think the plot was something about a kidnapping. A+ if you know the title!

The Legend of Kage (Tose/Taito - NES - 1987)

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