Arcade: Sailor Moon Video Games
This section has some brief information on Sailor Uranus, Sailor Neptune, and their attacks from various Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon video games, specifically ones made for the Super Famicom (Super Nintendo). (There were Sailor Moon video games for other systems, too, but this site does not cover those.) These video games were only sold in Japan, but you can play many of them in ROM form using SNES emulators.

Sailor Moon: Another Story
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Another Story is a Sailor Moon RPG (roleplaying game). During the game, you play all ten senshi, and your goal is to stop villains from the future from (of course) obtaining the ginzuishou. You travel to locations all over the world with the Sailor Team and meet different characters. As in most RPGs, you can buy special items to help you on your journey, and you can find or win special hidden items that boost each senshi's powers.

One of the features of the game's battle mode is that you can combine senshi attacks to form new attacks. The following is the list of attacks Neptune and Uranus have, as well as their combination attacks with other senshi. Major thanks to Kakeru for information on the game (which was based on the English fan-translation) and especially for all of the fantastic screenshots. Kakeru's note on the order of the attacks: "I made them so that they start out with weakest powers to weaker bad enemies, up to the 3 outers attack against the enemy of the game, Demon Apsu."

Sailor Moon S
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S is a confusing, Tetris-like game that I don't understand, other than that you want to clear all the blocks from your playing field first. I don't like the game because I don't know how to play it, and I haven't found any place that actually explains everything in English. You can play as any of the nine senshi (not Saturn) or Tuxedo Kamen. You can use your attacks at various points throughout the game.

Sailor Moon S Kurukkurin
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S Kurukkurin is a puzzle game with all ten senshi plus Tuxedo Kamen. You and your opponent both have fields of hearts of the same color. You have to flip over the hearts with your marker (Luna-P) to find different colored hearts or items to use in winning the game. Your objective is to find all three Talismans, which eventually appear at the top of the screen. You have to clear the rows of hearts in order for the Talisman to fall down; when two or more hearts of the same color are touching, you can clear them away, letting more hearts fall down. I'm probably not explaining it well, but it's a very easy game to get the hang of. One of the hidden items, Sailor Moon's Heart Rod, allows your senshi to do her special attack. You can play as any of the 9 main senshi or Tuxedo Kamen, and you can eventually win Saturn and Super Sailor Moon as hidden characters.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S
This is a fighting game where you can pick any of the nine senshi and battle it out. Each senshi can punch, kick, jump, crouch, and guard. Each girl has several Special Moves ("hissatsuwaza"), one Super Special Move ("chouhissatsuwaza"), a Throwing Technique ("nagewaza"), and one or two Special Techniques ("tokushuwaza"). Several senshi also have a Catching Technique ("tsukami waza"). Uranus has two Special Moves, a Catching Technique, a Throwing Technique, a Super Special Move, and two Special Techniques. Neptune has two Special Moves, a Catching Technique, a Super Special Move, and one Special Technique.

Sailor Moon SuperS Light Panic
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS Light Panic is another puzzle game for the Super Famicom. You and your opponent start off with separate playing fields of colored balloons; you have to pop the balloons so that they don't overflow your playing field. Whoever's playing field overflows first loses the game. After you have destroyed a certain number of colored balloons, your power meter will fill and you can use your senshi attack. If your power meter falls too low, however, you detransform and can only transform back into your senshi form when the power meter fills up some more.

In Story Mode, you can only play as one of the five original Sailor Senshi; you have to go around defeating all the other Senshi plus Haruka, Michiru, and Setsuna. In Versus Mode, however, you can pick any of the nine senshi. Animated gifs come from Lycentia's SM Webgraphics Shop.

Sailor Moon SuperS: All Members Participation!! Contest for the Lead Part
This fighting game is basically the same as the Sailor Moon S one, only there are more attacks, and you can play Sailor Saturn as well. Animated gifs of the attacks come from Lycentia's SM Webgraphics Shop.


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