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BS Dragon Quest I

Nintendo Satellaview - Unreleased

The nature of this ROM has been the cause of much fan speculation due to the fact that it takes a completely different form from normal multi-part Satellaview ROMs. Whereas the vast majority of multi-part Satellaview ROMs exist online as separate episodes, the BS Dragon Quest ROM is a merged ROM containing all four episodes. Although multi-part ROM merges like this have been performed by fans and hackers in the past (notably true for BS Zelda no Densetsu), the degree of difficulty involved in such a task often requires the work of multiple people and there is no evidence that such a...

BS Dragon Quest I: Dai-1-Wa

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - February 1, 1996

BS Dragon Quest is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast between February 1, 1996 and May 25, 1996. It is a modified version of the Dragon Quest I remake found in the Super Famicom game Dragon Quest I.II.

BS Dragon Quest I: Dai-2-Wa

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - May 6, 1996

BS Dragon Quest is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast between February 1, 1996 and May 25, 1996. It is a modified version of the Dragon Quest I remake found in the Super Famicom game Dragon Quest I.II.

BS Dragon Quest I: Dai-3-Wa

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - May 13, 1996

BS Dragon Quest is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast between February 1, 1996 and May 25, 1996. It is a modified version of the Dragon Quest I remake found in the Super Famicom game Dragon Quest I.II.

BS Dragon Quest I: Dai-4-Wa

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - May 20, 1996

BS Dragon Quest is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast between February 1, 1996 and May 25, 1996. It is a modified version of the Dragon Quest I remake found in the Super Famicom game Dragon Quest I.II.

BS Fuurai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue: Dai-1-Shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - April 28, 1996

BS Furai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 runs between April 28, 1996 and August 2, 1997. The gameplay of BS Furai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue is substantially similar to the earlier roguelike, Fushigi no Dungeon 2: Furai no Shiren, a game released for the SFC on December 1, 1995 and subsequently localized for English markets in March 2008 as Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer for the Nintendo DS. BS Furai no Shiren also bears similarities to other Mystery Dungeon games including Dragon Quest Yangus, The...

BS Fuurai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue: Dai-2-Shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - May 5, 1996

BS Furai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 runs between April 28, 1996 and August 2, 1997. The gameplay of BS Furai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue is substantially similar to the earlier roguelike, Fushigi no Dungeon 2: Furai no Shiren, a game released for the SFC on December 1, 1995 and subsequently localized for English markets in March 2008 as Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer for the Nintendo DS. BS Furai no Shiren also bears similarities to other Mystery Dungeon games including Dragon Quest Yangus, The...

BS Fuurai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue: Dai-3-Shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - May 12, 1996

BS Furai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 runs between April 28, 1996 and August 2, 1997. The gameplay of BS Furai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue is substantially similar to the earlier roguelike, Fushigi no Dungeon 2: Furai no Shiren, a game released for the SFC on December 1, 1995 and subsequently localized for English markets in March 2008 as Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer for the Nintendo DS. BS Furai no Shiren also bears similarities to other Mystery Dungeon games including Dragon Quest Yangus, The...

BS Fuurai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue: Dai-4-Shuu

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - May 19, 1996

BS Furai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 3 runs between April 28, 1996 and August 2, 1997. The gameplay of BS Furai no Shiren: Surara wo Sukue is substantially similar to the earlier roguelike, Fushigi no Dungeon 2: Furai no Shiren, a game released for the SFC on December 1, 1995 and subsequently localized for English markets in March 2008 as Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer for the Nintendo DS. BS Furai no Shiren also bears similarities to other Mystery Dungeon games including Dragon Quest Yangus, The...

BS Torneko no Daibouken

Nintendo Satellaview - Unreleased

Based on teaser footage depicted in a 1990s Satellaview commercial, BS Torneko no Daibouken appears to be a Satellaview update to the original September 1993 Torneko no Daibouken: Fushigi no Dungeon for SFC, the earliest game in the Mystery Dungeon series. The game is also linked to the Dragon Quest Series as the character Torneko is the merchant from Dragon Warrior IV. Current fan speculation seems to support the idea that BS Torneko no Daibouken was most likely canceled prior to a Satellaview release.

Door Door mkII

Door Door mkII

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1985

Door Door mkII is an expanded version of Door Door with an extra 50 levels (levels 51 to 100). In Door Door, players take on the role of Chun. Chun's goal is to trap four different enemy alien types behind doors. Door Door is a platform game in which Chun has to lock up the alien creatures that pursue him. Chun can attempt to lock as many aliens as he can behind each door that is available on a particular stage. Chun can slide open a door, wait for the alien(s) to enter and then he has to quickly shut the door, because if he waits to long the captured aliens will walk out and pursue him...

Dragon Quest IV: Michibikareshi Mono Tachi

Dragon Quest IV: Michibikareshi Mono Tachi

Sony Playstation - Released - November 22, 2001

This is a remake of the NES game Dragon Warrior IV. The game utilizes a chapter system, where each chapter is dedicated to the personal stories of one or several main characters. The first four chapters tell the stories of the soldier Ryan, who sets off to investigate the disappearance of children in a nearby village; Arena, the princess of Saintheim, who dreams to become a martial artist; Klift and Burai, a priest from Saintheim Castle and a magician who watched over the princess when she was younger; the weapon dealer Toruneko, who wants to become the best in business; and the two sisters...

Dragon Quest VI: Maboroshi no Daichi

Dragon Quest VI: Maboroshi no Daichi

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 9, 1995

You and two of your friends decide to attack the Archenemy - the evil Mudo - in his castle. But as you reach his throne, he attacks you and send the three friends into three different places... Was this just a dream? You have just fallen out of your bed dreaming! It's time to go to the village elder, to get a seemingly simple assignment - to sell some goods at a bazaar in the nearest town. But soon the hero will discover his dream was not so far away from reality... "Dragon Quest VI" is the last SNES game of the Dragon Quest series (called "Dragon Warrior" in US). It is a party RPG with...

Dragon Warrior VII

Dragon Warrior VII

Sony Playstation - Released - November 1, 2001

The story begins when the father of the protagonist brings home a map fragment from a fishing trip; this map suggests to the protagonist and his friend that the world had, at some point in its past, many continents, though now there is only the small island of Estard. The two of them find a way to travel back to the past, when the continents still existed. The continents are facing serious problems that threaten their existence; the protagonist and his growing party work to resolve the problems, and when they do, the continents reappear in the present. When all the continents are finally...

Fharanx

Fharanx

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1985

Gandhara

Gandhara

Microsoft MSX2 - January 1, 1988

Gandhara refers to the capital of the Kushan Empire, (today's Pakistan and Afghanistan), founded in 1st century BC, whose rulers were Buddhists; it was one of the most flourishing Buddhist states in history. The story of the game, however, is based on pure mythology, featuring Buddhist deities in their distinctly Japanese incarnations. The protagonist is contacted by the bodhisattva Akasagarbha (known as Kokūzō in Japan, from the Chinese Xukongzang), who tells him that the world is in danger: the king of demons is trying to locate and neutralize the holy Ashes of Buddha, whose power protects...

Great Hits: Get Down with the Beat

Great Hits: Get Down with the Beat

Sony Playstation - Released - October 29, 1998

Guuguuthropus

Guuguuthropus

Sony Playstation - Released - January 28, 1999

Joshiryou Panic

Fujitsu FM-7 - Released - 1983

Mystic Ark

Mystic Ark

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 14, 1995

Seven heroes from seven different Worlds. Seven heroes who were brought to a mysterious temple on a remote island and transformed into statues. Seven heroes who are chosen to bring harmony back to the universe: Miriene the witch (wizard), Lux the tetsujin (a race of iron people), Reeshina the grappler (monk), Tokio the ninja, Kamio the ogre, and Mesia the priestess. The seventh hero is you, the protagonist of the game - the knight Remeer or the female warrior Ferris. Your first task will be to release your companions from the statues they are locked in. You must travel to the Cat World and to...

Mystic Ark: Maboroshi Gekijou

Mystic Ark: Maboroshi Gekijou

Sony Playstation - Released - March 18, 1999

Mystic Ark Maboroshi Gekijyo is an action adventure game in which the player takes control of one of two different characters (a boy or a girl) that will being a weird adventure between different worlds. The game starts with the anniversary of a small port town, all is quiet until a troupe of actors come to town. The people of the town tell their children to don't go to the theatre but one night the player's character go to the threatre and there she will know a strange man (Mr. Silverfingertips) that will tell her to start a difficult journey into the land of the fairies. The gameplay...

Reichsritter: Teikoku Kishidan

Reichsritter: Teikoku Kishidan

NEC PC-9801 - Released - January 27, 1991

Reichsritter: Teikoku Kishidan is a Role-Playing game, developed and published by Enix Corporation, which was released in Japan in 1991

Segare Ijiri

Segare Ijiri

Sony Playstation - Released - March 6, 1999

Segare Ijiri is one of the weirdest games that were released for the Playstation one console, in the game the player takes control of a young boy with an arrow-size head that her mother (a giraffe) send him through a strange world to make him learn different things. To advance in the game the player have to talk to different characters and make different things (the player can swim, jump, climb ropes, push, etc.), some ways will be blocked until he talk with someone or make something in another place. A very hard game to understand if you can't understand the japanese language.

Tokyo Nanpa Street

Tokyo Nanpa Street

Sharp X1 - Released - November 1, 1985

You have to manage your stay at a local hotel and, during the day, use your wiles in conversation to snag a girl for the night. The most crucial phase of the game is the restaurant conversation you have with a date, which involves careful selection of options from a text tree.

Zarth

Zarth

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1985

In the 21th century, powerful computer systems were invented. However, the humans failed to control them. Near the end of the century, one of such systems, Orion, triggered a devastating nuclear war. A few survivors found a shelter and went into a cryogenic sleep. A hundred years later, they wake up and go out onto the surface, to face a new, unknown world... Zarth is a text adventure with graphics. Like many other Japanese games of its type, it supports text interaction as well as commands assigned to function keys (e.g. those used for navigation). The player must explore the environments...

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