A fairly obscure video game font for you, this being the serifed font from thte 'Puyo Puyo' series of video games (if that name sounds unfamiliar, these games were reskinned in North American and released as 'Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine' and 'Kirby's Avalanche'.)
The base alphabet, numbers, and several punctuation are all authentic to the game (the inverted ? and ! are always easy to make, which is why I always include them, even if not a part of the game proper). However, there's plenty of custom glyph work here with the punctuation and the accented lettering.
Recreation of the pixel font from Compile/Pony Canyon's "Zanac" (1986) on the MSX. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Recreation of the pixel font from Naxat/Compile's "Seirei Senshi Spriggan" (1991) on the PC Engine.
The game includes two sets of numerals - regular and "fancy", with extra detail on the "0", "2", "4" and "5". As the fancy version is used in-game, it's the one that was included in this recreation.
Note the addition of the "black right-pointing double triangle" (U+23E9), "black circle" (U+25CF), and the stylised "A" - which doesn't seem to be used in-game, but is likely a remnant/carry-over from Compile's "Aleste" (1988) - mapped to "greek capital letter alpha" (U+0391).
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Recreation of the pixel font from Compile/Tonkin House/ASCII Corporation's "Gun-Nac" (1990) on the NES. Note the diamond character, used for menu/shop item selection, mapped to U+25C6. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.