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Puyo Pop Fever

Puyo Pop Fever

Release date: 2003

Genres: Puzzle

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, XBox 360, Nintendo DS, Sega Dreamcast, GameCube, XBox, PSP, Arcade

Publishers: Sega, THQ, Atlus, Ignition Entertainment, )

Puyo Pop Fever (ぷよぷよフィーバー, Puyopuyo Fībā) is a puzzle video game developed by Sonic Team. It is the fifth main installment in the Puyo Puyo puzzle game series and the second Puyo Puyo game to be programmed by Sonic Team after Puyo Pop (which was released just after the series' original developer, Compile, went bankrupt). This was the start of the "reboot" series of the Puyo Pop franchise, with a new plot discussing how Accord lost the flying cane. Sega, which acquired the series' rights from Com…

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue

Release date: 2000

Genres: Action, Beat'em-up, Platform

Platforms: Apple Mac, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo 64, Nintendo GameBoy Color

Publishers: THQ, Bandai America

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue is a video game based on the 8th season of the TV series Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue. Four very different versions of the game were produced for the Game Boy Color, Macintosh/Windows, Nintendo 64, and PlayStation by various developers and publishers.

Paws and Claws: Pet Vet

Paws and Claws: Pet Vet

Release date: 2006

Genres: Pet, Simulation

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Wii, Nintendo DS, Apple IOS

Publishers: THQ, ValuSoft

Paws and Claws: Pet Vet is a pet-raising simulation video game by German studio Radon Labs in which players can nurse dogs, cats, horses, birds, guinea pigs and rabbits back to health. The game features 20 ailments. Players can design their own clinic, choose which kennels to build and expand existing buildings to provide further services to their patients.

Piglet's Big Game

Piglet's Big Game

Release date: 2003

Genres: Action, Adventure

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, GameCube

Publishers: Gotham Games, Disney Interactive, THQ

Disney's Piglet's Big Game is a 2003 action-adventure video game by Gotham Games, Hulabee Entertainment, Disney Interactive Studios and French developer Doki Denki Studio. The game centers around Piglet and how he tries to show how he can help. The game is based on Piglet's Big Movie.

Power Rangers Dino Thunder

Power Rangers Dino Thunder

Release date: 2004

Genres: Action, Adventure

Platforms: PlayStation 2, GameCube

Publishers: THQ

Power Rangers Dino Thunder is a 2004 action-adventure video game based on the television series of the same name. The game was developed by Natsume, Pacific Coast Power & Light and published by THQ for the Game Boy Advance, Nintendo GameCube, and PlayStation 2. An Xbox version was planned, but was cancelled during a E3 2004 presentation.

Power Rangers Ninja Storm

Power Rangers Ninja Storm

Release date: 2003

Genres: Action, Adventure

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Publishers: THQ

Power Rangers Ninja Storm is a side scrolling fighting game, based on the Power Rangers Ninja Storm TV show. The game uses passwords to track progress.

Pax Imperia: Eminent Domain

Pax Imperia: Eminent Domain

Release date: 1997

Genres: Real-time, Strategy

Publishers: Atari, THQ

Pax Imperia: Eminent Domain is a real-time strategy video game. The game emphasizes empire building and customization. Pax Imperia is a Latin term, meaning "peace from empire".

Puss in Boots

Puss in Boots

Release date: 2011

Genres: Action

Platforms: XBox 360, Wii, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3

Publishers: THQ

Puss in Boots is an action game based on the DreamWorks Animation SKG movie of the same name. It was developed by Blitz Games, and released by THQ for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and Nintendo DS. It features support for Kinect and PlayStation Move on the respective platforms. It was released on October 25, 2011, in North America and December 2 for Europe.

Phantasy Star Collection

Phantasy Star Collection

Release date: 1998

Genres: Role-playing

Platforms: PlayStation 2, Sega Saturn

Publishers: Sega, THQ, Infogrames

Phantasy Star Collection is the name of two different compilations of Phantasy Star games. The first, released for the Sega Saturn in Japan in 1998, featured the first four games in the series, whereas the Game Boy Advance version, released four years later in North America and five in Europe, featured the first three. The North American and European versions were produced by Digital Eclipse. The Saturn version was later ported to the PlayStation 2 (as Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 32: Phantasy Sta…