I'm assuming the Xbox 360 game of this released awhile back is the remastering of it based on the title and character artwork, and it's not mentioned on the feature for this site at all. Famitsu did give this game a 8/8/7/6, if that's worth anything.
Ya, there is only a couple japanese 360 games that intrigue me which are Project Sylpheed, Senko No Ronde, and Tengai Makyou Ziria. Fortunately Senko No Ronde is getting a US port this summer by Ubisoft of all companies. Sucks that these games are not region free otherwise I would of imported them a while ago.
I was pretty bored earlier today, and with nothing to do and I happened to be online and had this site up on a tab, I decided to read articles of games I've never even heard of. While reading these articles I noticed this:
I'd just like to point out the picture is done in the likeness of Karl Marx (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Karl_Marx_001.jpg). Now why am I pointing this out? Well, since the article didn't, I felt the need to do so. Does it really matter or is it of any real interest? No. I just felt the need to. Well, that's that.
Since I couldn't find the original Tengai Makyo topic, I decided to make a new one.
In my quest for PCE CD Warning screens I came across 2 different Tengai Makyo 3 for the PCE CD. The article only mentions one (Tengai Makyo - Fuun KabukiDen), but there is one called "Tengai Makyo - Fuun KabukiDen Shutsugeki no Sho".
I haven't played any of them, but from what I could see from booting them up is that one of them has a shorter intro.
Does anyone know exactly what the "Shutsugeki no Sho" version should be?
For Kurt *off topic* I saw you updated the KOF article but didn't include the SGB border enhanced shots I sent you for the GB KOFs. I know you are busy and all, but if you want I can edit the page for you, or I can resend you the shots (in case you lost them) plus shots for the other featured GB games with SGB enhancements.
Post by Purple Moss on May 4, 2015 13:24:23 GMT -5
My apologies for the necromancy.
I have been playing Oriental Blue: Ao no Tengai (36 hours in), and I think that section of the article could use an update. I assume it was written long before the translation patch, yes?
The article fails to mention important gameplay elements, like the magic stones system (you can 'craft' spells or modify equipment), how each character has special skills, or the cursed items, and there is no comment on the music. I know the writer can't help to compare it with the other Tengai Maykou games, and seems to regard it as a low point in the series, but to me it has been a pretty solid standalone so far.
A minor correction: The portrait for Jubei is wrong; that is Wakana's, actually.
Given the language barrier it's understable how little information there is on the game, and updating the article isn't a priority, I suppose, but you could consider it.
Post by Discoalucard on May 4, 2015 13:55:28 GMT -5
This article was written in 2004, which was long before there was any place to consult beyond what few guides are out there. I wouldn't mind revisiting at least the Saturn game, since it was easily my favorite (especially to grab some nice emulation quality images) but nowadays sitting down with old 16-bit RPGs isn't exactly the thing I'm chomping at the bit to do.