Strange video games have existed since the dawn of gaming, but as they evolved from crude, pixelated graphics to slick realism, the Japanese have perfected the art of of the bizarre.Crude jokes, sexual humor, murder and mayhem – these are the elements used by Japanese designers to create some of the wildest video games ever made.Catherine is different, because it is a puzzle-platformer game and offers compelling gameplay.Players control Vincent Brooks, a man who begins having bizarre nightmares when his girlfriend Katherine starts talking about marriage.The arcade cabinet for Super Table Flip featured (what else?) a table for you to flip as hard as you can, much to the horror of your virtual on-screen family and source of your seething anger. despite the Japanese references that were hard for American audiences to understand.Seaman is a strange little game which came out for the Sega Dreamcast in 1998.
In Katamari Damacy you are a tiny prince who is sent by his father – an angry mustached man known as the King of all Cosmos – to recover the stars, constellations, and Moon after the King went on a binge drinking spree that destroyed the universe.To replace the cosmos you have find and roll up various objects – trash, animals and even people – to form stars and planets that are then launched into space in order to impress your disapproving father.Katamari Damacy games have been released on the Playstation 2, Sony PSP, Xbox 360, PS3, and portable platforms like i OS and Android.School Days was released on PC in 2005, and ported over to the PS2 and PSP in 2007.Have you ever gotten so angry that you wanted to flip a table covered in dishes during dinner? You play an angry father who has just received some distressing news and totally loses his mind in anger.In Muscle March, you're a bodybuilder chasing after a thief who has stolen a bottle of the precious protein you've been transporting across the globe.