Lula 3D is an adult adventure video game developed and published by cdv Software Entertainment for Microsoft Windows. It was released in Europe on June 22, 2005. It is part of the Lula video game series.
The plot centers on Lula, a pornographic actress, who is trying to produce her next porn movie, but must delay her shoot when her female co-stars are kidnapped. The player guides Lula to recover her lost co-stars. The title received negative reviews from critics, who felt that technical problems…
Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler's Green is a first-person shooter licensed video game based on the George A. Romero zombie horror movie Land of the Dead, developed by Brainbox Games and published by Groove Games.
Lost in Blue is a sandbox style video game for the Nintendo DS handheld system, and is a continuation of Konami's Survival Kids series. Lost in Blue follows two young teenagers, Keith and Skye, who struggle for survival on a deserted island. The player must learn to use the island's natural resources to create a makeshift home away from home. The sequel, Lost in Blue 2, was released two years later. A third installment of the series, Lost in Blue 3, was released on December 20, 2007 in Japan.
Lovedol ~Lovely Idol~ (らぶドル, Rabudoru, lit. a Japanese portmanteau of Lovely Idol) is the title of a Japanese series which focuses on a group of young girls who are striving to become famous Japanese idols.
The series first began as a set of light novels serialized in Enterbrain's Magi-Cu magazine. The franchise grew to include radio shows, drama CDs, a Japanese bishōjo game by PrincessSoft, and an anime television series which aired between October and December 2006.
Lego Star Wars: The Video Game (sometimes simply called Lego Star Wars) is a Lego-themed, action-adventure video game based on the Lego Star Wars line of toys, and the first installment in the Lego video game franchise developed by Traveller's Tales, which would develop all future Lego titles from that point on. It was first released on 29 March 2005, and is a video game adaptation of the Star Wars prequel trilogy: The Phantom Menace (1999), Attack of the Clones (2002) and Revenge of the Sith (2…
LifeSigns: Surgical Unit, released in Europe as LifeSigns: Hospital Affairs, is an adventure game for the Nintendo DS set in a hospital. LifeSigns is the followup to Kenshūi Tendō Dokuta, a game released at the end of 2004; that game has not been released outside Japan, although the localized LifeSigns still makes reference to it.
The game is commented as being "like Phoenix Wright crossed with Trauma Center".
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 2, XBox 360, Apple OSX, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii U
Legend of Kay is a video game for the PlayStation 2 by German developer Neon Studios about a young warrior who tries to save his once-peaceful island from the gorillas and rats who have conquered it.
The game received positive reviews to the point a version of this game was developed for the Nintendo DS by Firehazard Studio. It was released on May 28, 2010 in Europe, in North America on June 14, and in Australia on August 26.There were also PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game release…
Legion Arena is a computer wargame developed by Slitherine Strategies. It allows the player to play as several tribes during the rise of the Roman Empire. The player can play as the Latin tribes, the Celts and the Romans. It is published by Freeverse Software for Mac OS X and Strategy First for Windows.
Lunar: Dragon Song, known in Japan and Europe as Lunar Genesis (ルナ-ジェネシス-, Runa Jenesisu), is a role-playing video game developed by Japan Art Media for the Nintendo DS handheld console. The game was released in Japan by Marvelous Interactive on August 25, 2005, and later available in North America by Ubisoft on September 27, 2005, and a European version on February 17, 2006 by Rising Star Games. As the first original Lunar series title in ten years, it was also the first traditional role-playi…
La-Mulana (stylized as La•Mulana) is a platform-adventure video game, designed to imitate the look and feel of MSX games. Released on May 27, 2005 in Japan for Microsoft Windows, the game was only available in Japanese, but an English translation patch has been produced by Ian Kelley of AGTP. The game was later remade from the ground up in a 16-bit style for the Wii, and later PC, Mac, Linux and PlayStation Vita.
Lugaru: The Rabbit's Foot is the first commercial video game created by Indie game developer Wolfire Games. It is a cross-platform, open-source 3D action game. The player character is an anthropomorphic rabbit utilizing a wide variety of combat techniques to battle wolves and hostile rabbits. The name Lugaru is a phonetic spelling of "loup-garou", which is French for werewolf. It was well reviewed and was fairly well received among the shareware community, especially among Mac users.
Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, XBox, PSP
L.A. Rush, known as Rush in the PlayStation Portable version, is an open world racing video game developed by Midway Studios – Newcastle and published by Midway Games, released in North America for PlayStation 2 and Xbox (not compatible with Xbox 360) on October 10, 2005, and on October 21 in Europe. It was released for Microsoft Windows on November 4 in Europe, and for PSP on October 30, 2006. It is the fourth and final installment in the Rush series.
The game was originally planned to be avail…
Luxor is a game and series of tile-matching action puzzle video games, developed and published by MumboJumbo, with the initial release in 2005. The first sequel to this game was Luxor: Amun Rising, which was released in 2005 followed by Luxor 2, which was released in 2006 and included new gameplay, levels and bonus. After that came Luxor 3 (Luxor: Reverse to Egypt), which featured seven gameplay modes and improved graphics. It was followed by Luxor: Quest for the Afterlife.