Gameboy, "Raijin-Ou", N/A
Gameboy, "Ranma 1/2", N/A
Banpresto, 1990, Y???
Gameboy, "Ranma 1/2 Netsuretsu Kakutouhen", N/A
Banpresto DMG-R3J, 1992, Y???
Gameboy, "Ranma 1/2 Kakugeki Mondou!!", N/A
Banpresto, DMG-R0J, 1993, Y???
PC98, "Ranma 1/2, Ranma Hiryu Densetu", N/A
Bothtec, 1992, Y????
MSX Turbo-R, "Ranma 1/2", N/A
Bothtec, 1992, Y12800
This game is spread across 8 discs! A conversion of the PC98 game.
PC Engine CD, "Ranma 1/2", N/A
Masaya, NSCDD 0004, 12/7/90, Y6800
PC Engine CD, "Ranma 1/2 Toraware no Hanayome (Captive Bride)", N/A
Masaya, NSCD 1006, 12/6/91, Y6800
Super Famicom, "Ranma 1/2 Chounai Gekitou-hen (Neighborhood Combat)",
Masaya, SHVC-RA, 3/27/92, Y8800
Super Famicom, "Ranma 1/2 Bakuretsu Rantou-hen", "Ranma 1/2 Hard
Masaya, SHVC-R2, 12/25/92, Y9600
The second Ranma game has the voices changed in the US, but is
otherwise unedited. The new American voices are _not_ the same ones
used in the Viz dub of the series.
PC Engine CD/SCD, "Ranma 1/2 Datou, Ganso Musabetsu Kakutou-ryuu!
(Overthrow the Founder of the Indiscriminate Fighting Style)", N/A
Masaya, 10/2/92, Y7200
Somewhat of a Street Fighter II clone. Only uses 8 characters:
male/female Ranma, Ukyou, Kodachi, Kunou, Ryouga, Mousse, principal.
The game works on regular CD systems but loads from the CD more
Super Famicom, "Ranma 1/2 Akaneko-dan teki Hihou (Hidden Treasure of
the Crimson Cats)", N/A
Touhou/Shougakukan, 1993, Y9800
Translated ROM available.
Mega CD, "Ranma 1/2 ~Byakuran Aika~ (White Orchid Serenade)", N/A
Masaya, T-25014, 4/29/93, Y8300
The soundtrack CD of this game is "Ranma 1/2 Denshi yuugi ongaku-shuu
(Electronic Game Music Collection)", COCC-10689.
Super Famicom, "Ranma 1/2 Chougiranbuhen (Super Battle)", N/A
Rumic Soft/Toho/Shogakukan, SHVC-5K, 3/94, Y9980
A US release using the Viz dub voices and named "Ranma 1/2 Anything-
Goes Martial Arts" was planned, but cancelled.
Playstation, "Ranma 1/2 Battle Renaissance", N/A
Shogakukun, SLPS 00522, 12/6/96, Y6800
(3D Polygon Fighting Game)
This game sucks as a fighting game. Pity, too--it could have been
really good. Uses Ranma, Ryouga, Akane, Shampoo, Kunou, Kumon Ryu,
Happosai, and Genma, with Rouge as the boss.
Super Famicom, "Ranma 1/2 Ougijaanken", N/A
Rumic Soft, 1995, Y???
REVOLUTIONARY GIRL UTENA
Saturn, "Revolutionary Girl Utena", N/A
Sega, 1998, Y???
RING NI KAKERO
Super Famicom, "Ring ni Kakero", N/A
NCS Corp., 829790, 6/1/98, Y3000
NCS Corp., 810541(SHVC-ARKJ?), ?, Y2000 (rerelease)
(Boxing game, manga-based)
Playstation, "Ruroni Kenshin ~Meiji kenkaku romantan~ ishingekitouhen",
Sony, SLPS 10030, 11/29/96, Y5800
Sony, SLPS 91081, 8/6/98, Y2800
Playstation, "Ruroni Kenshin - Meiji kenkaku romantan - Juuyuushi inbou
hen (Chapter of the Ten Warriors' Conspiracy)", N/A
Sony, SCPS 10048, 12/18/97, Y5800
Sony, SCPS 91108, 11/5/98, Y2800 (rerelease)