Oasis is a turn-based strategy video game developed by American studio Mind Control Software and published for Microsoft Windows by PlayFirst in April 2005. Konami released a mobile phone port in 2006 and Electrified Games released an iPad version, renamed as Defense of the Oasis, in 2010. On August 25, 2020, the iPad version was published on Steam. Oasis is a casual game set in ancient Egypt that combines Civilization-style strategy and puzzle gameplay. Oasis "has been described as Civilization…
One Piece: Grand Battle, is a fighting game made in Japan based on the anime and manga series One Piece. It is the fourth and final game in One Piece's Grand Battle series and the nineteenth One Piece video game released. The game is released in Japan as One Piece: Grand Battle Rush (ワンピース グラバト！ラッシュ, Wan Pīsu: Gurando Batoru! Rasshu)
One Piece: Pirates' Carnival (ワンピース パイレーツカーニバル, Wan Pīsu: Pairētsu Kānibaru) was made for the PlayStation 2 and GameCube. It is a party game inspired by the popular One Piece anime. One Piece: Pirates' Carnival comprises over 30 different minigames, which support up to four players, and includes a Reversi-like board game mode in which winning minigames lets you take control of squares and recruit pirates for your ship's crew. It uses the opening "Map of the Heart" (ココロのちず, Kokoro no Chizu).
Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 3, XBox, PS Vita, Android, Apple IOS
Publishers: EA Games, Oddworld Inhabitants, Microids
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath is an action-adventure video game developed by Oddworld Inhabitants and published by Electronic Arts for the Microsoft Xbox. It is a part of the Oddworld series. It was released on January 25, 2005.
The game details the adventures of Stranger, a fearsome bounty hunter. Throughout the game, Stranger pursues and captures outlaws in order to collect bounties. The goal is to ultimately earn enough moolah (in-game money) to pay for a mysterious life-saving operation. One of…
Operation: Matriarchy, known in Russia as Velian (Велиан), is a 2005 science fiction first-person shooter game developed by Russian studio MADia Entertainment and published by Buka Entertainment for Microsoft Windows. The game is a spin-off from MADia's simulation franchise Echelon.
Outlaw Tennis is a video game based on the sport of tennis published for the Xbox and PlayStation 2, and the last game in the Outlaw series to be released in 2005. Actor and political satirist Stephen Colbert provides the voice of the game's announcer.
Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan, or Ouendan, is a rhythm video game developed by iNiS and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS handheld game console in 2005, for release only in Japan. Ouendan stars a cheer squad rhythmically cheering for various troubled people, presented in-game in the style of a manga comic. In each stage, players use the DS touchscreen to tap specifically marked spots that appear in rhythm to various Japanese pop songs, scoring points for accurate timing and avoiding a poor perfo…
Oretachi Gēsen Zoku (オレたちゲーセン族) is a series of 19 emulated arcade machine game titles from the 80s and 90s for PlayStation 2 published by Hamster and only available in Japan. Of the 19 games, the last two–Thunder Cross (1988) and Trio the Punch (1990)–were previously never released on home platforms.
Each game costs 2,000¥ and includes seven items:
A PlayStation 2 CD-ROM disc with the emulated arcade game
A miniDVD with promotional trailers of other Gēsen Zoku titles and a "Masterplay" video (a …
One Piece also referred to as Shonen Jump's One Piece is a 2-D platforming beat 'em up video game for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance based on the 4kids dub of the One Piece anime. Developed by Dimps and published by Bandai, it was released on September 7, 2005. It is the only One Piece game to be only released in the USA, and the first out of two to not see a release in Japan.