For a game similar to 'Kingdom Grand Prix' ...

Video Game genre...

Action adventure RPG Shooter Racing Platform Strategy Fighting Simulation puzzle MMORPG Music Arcade Fantasy Eroge Sports game Visual novel Survival horror Third-person shooter First-person shooter

On following platform...

Microsoft Windows Sony PlayStation 2 Xbox 360 Sony PlayStation 3 Sony PlayStation iOS Nintendo Wii Nintendo DS Mac OS X Amiga Super NES PlayStation Portable Xbox GBA Nintendo Entertainment System Sego MegaDrive Android GameCube GNU/Linux Game Boy Saturn PlayStation Vita Nintendo 3DS Nintendo 64 Sega Dreamcast Game Boy Color Sony PlayStation 4 Wii U Sega Master System Sega Game Gear

... I can play

Tempest 2000

Tempest 2000

1994  Shooter - Sony PlayStation Saturn Microsoft Windows - multiplayer  Single player  
 Get game Tempest 2000
Tempest 2000 - Wikipedia Tempest 2000 is a 1994 remake by Jeff Minter of the Dave Theurer 1981 arcade game classic, Tempest. Originally an exclusive to the Atari Jaguar, the game has since been released on PC, Macintosh, PlayStation, and the Saturn. The game received critica ...   more on Wikipedia
Virtua Cop

Virtua Cop

1994  Shooter - Saturn Microsoft Windows - multiplayer  Single player  
 Get game Virtua Cop
Virtua Cop - Wikipedia Virtua Cop (known as Virtua Squad for the North American Windows version) is a first-person lightgun shooter arcade game created by Sega AM2 and headed by Yu Suzuki. Its original incarnation was an arcade game in 1994 and it was later ported to the S ...   more on Wikipedia
Batsugun

Batsugun

1993  Shooter - Saturn - Co-op  Single player  
 Get game Batsugun
Batsugun - Wikipedia Batsugun (バツグン, Batsugun?) is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up video game created by the now-defunct Japanese game developer Toaplan. The title translates to "exceptional" or "extraordinary". ...   more on Wikipedia
Gunbird

Gunbird

1994  Shooter - Sony PlayStation Saturn
 Get game Gunbird
Gunbird - Wikipedia Gunbird (ガンバード), retitled Mobile Light Force for the European and U.S. PlayStation releases, is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up released in 1994 by Japanese company Psikyo. It was followed by a sequel, Gunbird 2, in 1998. ...   more on Wikipedia
RayForce

RayForce

1994  Shooter - Saturn iOS Microsoft Windows - single player, Co-op; Up to 2 players simultaneously  
 Get game RayForce
RayForce - Wikipedia RayForce (レイフォース?) is a vertical space shooter style game by Taito released for the Taito F3 arcade hardware in 1994, and later ported to the Sega Saturn in 1995, Microsoft Windows in 1997, and iOS in 2012. ...   more on Wikipedia
DonPachi

DonPachi

1995  Shooter - Sony PlayStation Saturn
 Get game DonPachi
DonPachi - Wikipedia DonPachi (首領蜂, DonPachi?, A play on the words "Leader Bee" and "Gunfire") is a vertically scrolling manic shooter video game developed by Cave and published by Atlus in 1995. It was the first game developed by Cave, and the second on C ...   more on Wikipedia
RayStorm

RayStorm

1996  Shooter - Sony PlayStation Saturn Xbox 360 Sony PlayStation 3 - single player, Co-op; Up to 2 players simultaneously  
 Get game RayStorm
RayStorm - Wikipedia RayStorm is a scrolling shooter developed by the Taito Corporation. Originally released in Japan as an arcade game in 1996, it was later ported there to Sony's PlayStation game console in 1997, to the Sega Saturn (under the name Layer Section II) in ...   more on Wikipedia
Chelnov

Chelnov

1988  Shooter - Sego MegaDrive Saturn - 1-2 players (alternating turns)  
 Get game Chelnov
Chelnov - Wikipedia Chelnov (チェルノブ, cherunobu?), also known as Atomic Runner or fully titled as Atomic Runner Chelnov - Nuclear Man, the Fighter (ATOMIC RUNNER CHELNOV 戦う人間発電所, Atomic Runner Chelnov - Tatakau N ...   more on Wikipedia
Maximum Force

Maximum Force

1997  Shooter - Sony PlayStation Saturn Microsoft Windows - Single player  
 Get game Maximum Force
Maximum Force - Wikipedia Maximum Force is a light gun shooter arcade game developed by Mesa Logic for Atari Games in 1997. In 1998, Atari Games re-released the game as part of one machine called Area 51/Maximum Force Duo that also included Area 51, and later ported the game ...   more on Wikipedia