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Kagero – Kokumeikan Shinshou, (SLPS-01421)

Kagero - Kokumeikan Shinshou, SLPS-01421

Kagero – Kokumeikan Shinshou, SLPS-01421

Kagero – Kokumeikan Shinshou, SLPS-01421 (Original)
Kagero – Kokumeikan Shinshou, SLPS-91148 (Playstation the Best)
Kagero – Kokumeikan Shinshou, SLPS-91405 (PSOne Books)

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Enter a world where humans and creatures called Timenoids coexist. These blue-skinned Timenoids are determined to wipe out the inferior human race, and this is where you come in. You play the role of Millennia, a young woman who was brainwashed at an early age to do the Timenoids’ bidding. She now believes that the humans must be exterminated from the world, which is rather ironic, since she is human herself. Yet if she succeeds, the Timenoids have promised her immortality and the power to become one of their own…

KageroKokumeikanShinshou-01dIn this sequel to Tecmo’s Deception, you are once again placed inside a castle to lure invaders into various traps. The game differs from the original in several ways, however. The view is no longer first-person, so you can see your character at all times. Multiple traps can also be triggered at once (up to three), forming even deadlier combinations than the original. In addition, the vibration mode is supported on the Dual Shock Analog Controller to provide feedback on each gruesome death. Prepare for a non-linear journey as the decisions you make during the game affect the type of ending you’ll receive. Maybe, just maybe, you’ll remember your past…

Manufacturer’s description:
The Sequel to the Award-Winning Tecmo’s Deception.

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Kagayaku Kisetsu he, (SLPS-01975)

Kagayaku Kisetsu he, SLPS-01975

Kagayaku Kisetsu he, SLPS-01975

Kagayaku Kisetsu he, SLPS-01975 (Original)
Kagayaku Kisetsu he, SLPS-01972-3 (Limited Edition)

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Kagayaku Kisetsu he is a Japanese adult visual novel, developed by Tactics, a brand of the joint company Nexton, and released on May 26, 1998 playable on the PC for Windows 95. Much of the staff that created the game later became the founding members of the visual novel company Key. The game was later ported to the PlayStation, and re-released as a full-voice version for the PC. A sequel loosely based on the original One visual novel entitled One2: Eien no Yakusoku was produced by BaseSon, another brand under Nexton, and was first released in April 2002.

KagayakuKisetsuhe-01cTwo original video animation (OVA) series were created loosely based on the game. The first, which had the same title as the original game, was an all-ages OVA published by KSS between 2001 and 2002 with four episodes. The second series, by the title of One: True Stories, was adult in nature, and published by Cherry Lips between 2003 and 2004 with three episodes. One: True Stories was later licensed for English language distribution by Media Blasters. Other adaptations include four novels, drama CDs, and manga anthologies.

GAMEPLAY:
The game-play requires little interaction from the player as most of the game is spent on reading the text that appears on the game screen, which represents either dialogue between the various characters, or the inner thoughts of the protagonist. Every so often, the player will come to a “decision point” where he or she is given the chance to choose from options displayed on the screen, typically two to three at a time. The time between these decision points is variable and can occur anywhere from a minute to much longer. During these times, game-play pauses until a choice is made that furthers the plot in a specific direction, depending on which choice the player makes. Continue reading ‘Kagayaku Kisetsu he, (SLPS-01975)’ »

Kid Clown in Crazy Chase 2, (SLPS-00454)

Kid Clown in Crazy Chase 2 - Love Love Hani Soudatsuden, (SLPS-00454)

Kid Clown in Crazy Chase 2 – Love Love Hani Soudatsuden, (SLPS-00454)

Kid Clown in Crazy Chase 2 – Love Love Hani Soudatsuden, (SLPS-00454)

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An arcade classic, platformer action game that puts you in the shoes of Kid, who has to run, scoot, dash and duck away from his evil and persistent pursuer.

Series story:
Kid Klown in Night Mayor World, known in Japan as Mickey Mouse III: Yume Fuusen 3, is a platform game for the Nintendo Entertainment System released in April, 1993. It was developed and published by Kemco. It is the first game in the Kid Klown series

KidClowninCrazyChase2-01cKid Klown was originally a Mickey Mouse game in Japan. Released as part of the mostly Game Boy Mickey Mouse series, Mickey Mouse III: Dream Balloon was released in September 1992 by Kemco in Japan for the Famicom. Due to copyright issues, it was changed to Kid Klown in Night Mayor World for its US release.

Other games in the Kid Klown series include Kid Klown in Crazy Chase for the Super NES (also released for Game Boy Advance simply as Crazy Chase, the Japan-exclusive Kid Klown in Crazy Chase 2: Love Love Hani Soudatsusen for Sony PlayStation, Soreike! Kid: Go! Go! Kid for the Game Boy Color (later re-released as Bugs Bunny in Crazy Castle 3) and The Bombing Islands for the PlayStation.

Kid Klown, the main character in Kid Klown in Crazy Chase, is the klutziest clown on Clown Planet, a world inhabited by clowns. Kid Klown must rescue the kidnapped Princess Honey from the evil pirate Blackjack. Kid Klown catches up to Blackjack in his spaceship, but instead of firing on his enemy, he accidentally hits the Panic Button, blowing his ship up. Now you must help Kid Klown make his way through different levels avoiding traps and enemies, while doing so before the bombs that Blackjack sets go off. In addition, you will periodically face Blackjack himself throughout the levels.

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Kaeru No Ehon, Adventure For The Lost Memories, (SLPS-02332)

Kaeru No Ehon, Adventure For The Lost Memories, SLPS-02332

Kaeru No Ehon, Adventure For The Lost Memories, SLPS-02332

Kaeru No Ehon, Adventure For The Lost Memories, SLPS-02332 (Original)
Kaeru No Ehon, Adventure For The Lost Memories, SLPS-03032 (Reprint)

AKA: Kaeru no Ehon – Nakushita Kioku o Motomete

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Kaeru no Ehon (Adventure for the Lost Memories) is a classic 2d rpg game with cartoon graphics in which the player can choose between a male or a female main character. First the player got to train his character choosing different kind of jobs (sword master, buffoon, music player, blacksmith, knife thrower, etc) or study different subjects, and after that explore the world and fight against different kind of monsters.

KaeruNoEhon-01cThe first time that the player goes to the battle part he first got to pass the training level in which the player will have to use different options in the menu that appears pressing the triangle button. In that first training level the player will face a demon that will defeat him or her and when he (or she) is going to die their friends appears to rescue him (or her) and take him (or her) to the town hospital.

After that the player will have to train again and do different jobs during each week to earn more money to buy items and weapons for the characters, now jobs will appear like guarding the prison, clean the bar, blacksmith, etc. Also new characters and quests will appear if the player go to the proper town places.

The game also features a library that the player can unlock with his memory card saves when he advances through the game.

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Gundam 0079 – The War for Earth, (SLPS-00815)

Kidou Senshi Gundam 0079 - The War for Earth, (SLPS-00815-6)

Kidou Senshi Gundam 0079 – The War for Earth, (SLPS-00815-6)

Kidou Senshi Gundam 0079 – The War for Earth, (SLPS-00815-6)

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Gundam is a meta-series of Japanese anime, featuring giant robots, or “mecha”, created by Sunrise studios. The series started in April 1979 as a TV series called Mobile Suit Gundam, and later became a franchise name with more sequels, prequels, side stories and alternative timelines, published and aired in various media including TV anime, OVA, manga, novels, and video games. Gundam became a collective term for 7 different time lines, all featuring their own story-lines, with a few common denominators and war machines called Gundam.

Gundam0079-01cThis game takes places in the 0079 story-line and the game is an interactive movie in which to advance the player has to execute the proper action at the right time.

The game begins when Earth is attacked by an army of robots, the Gundam pilot (the player’s character) goes in his car to the army base where Gundam is stored and as soon as he arrives he will have to enter the robot and defeat an enemy, after that he wil have to get the shield and escape from the base defeating against even more enemies.

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