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RPG, July 9, 2016
3x3 Eyes: Seima Kourinden is a Role-Playing game, developed by Nova Games Ltd. and published by Yutaka, which was released in Japan in 1992.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, November 8, 2016
7th Saga is a SNES RPG notorious for its unforgiving difficulty in that monsters are brutally difficult and the heroes stats dont rise particularly generously with their levels. It is not widely known, however, that 7th Saga is the localized version of Elnard, the Japanese incarnation of this game which is much, much easier by comparison. This IPS patch restores the monster stats of Elnard to the US 7th Saga and also modifies the mechanics of player leveling such that the player will now gain stats as he or she would in Elnard, making the games difficulty level much more reasonable. Additionally, confrontations with the rival apprentices in this game are now properly balanced, an oversight in the localized version.
Its a Hack to 7th saga.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 15, 2016
Among its many flaws, one weakness of The 7th Saga was that the characters were almost carbon copies of each other, limiting replay value. In this hack, based on the improvements already made in my 7th Saga Redux hack, the characters have been given familiar classes based on Final Fantasy 1, with different stats and spells. Because this version can be played with minimal grinding, its a lot easier to try out each class and learn its unique playing style.
The classes:

RedMage (Kamil): Well-rounded in all areas Fighter (Olvan): Tough physical warrior with healing magic Bl.Mage (Esuna): Powerful offensive mage Bl.Belt (Wilme): Expert in unarmed combat Robot (Lux): The ultimate defensive tank Wh.Mage (Valsu): Healing and support mage Thief (Lejes): Master of stealth and sabotage
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
The 7th Saga, titled Elnard in Japan, is a role-playing video game developed by Produce and published by Enix for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993.
Its a Hack to 7th saga.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
The 7th Saga, called Elnard in Japan, is a role-playing video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The player chooses one of seven playable characters, all of whom separately embark on a quest to locate seven magical runes. As the player progresses through the game from one town to the next, they encounter the other six characters on multiple occasions. The player may partner with one of the other playable characters to fight as a team, and they may also fight against other playable characters for the runes. Notable unique innovations include the use of a crystal ball "radar" that allows players to see enemies approaching their character in dungeons and in the overworld. This means that combat is not totally random, as players may theoretically avoid enemies (although enemies move extremely quickly and randomly, making combat difficult to avoid). The game also uses Mode 7 graphic effects to create the transition between exploration screen and battle screen. The game is particularly known for its unforgiving difficulty due to balance changes made in its localization; enemies were given much higher stats, and the player characters stat increases were reduced (the other playable characters retain the original stat increases, so they will always surpass the player characters level).
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RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Eye of the Beholder is a role-playing video game for computers and video game consoles developed by Westwood Studios. It was published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. in 1991 for the MS-DOS operating system and later ported to the Amiga, the Sega CD, Game Boy Advance and the SNES. The Sega CD version features an exclusive soundtrack composed by Yuzo Koshiro. A port to the Atari Lynx handheld was developed by NuFX in 1993, but never officially released. The game had two sequels, Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon, released in 1991, and Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor, released in 1993. The third game, however, was not written by Westwood, who had been acquired by Virgin Interactive in 1992 and created the Lands of Lore series instead.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Addams Family Values is an Action RPG based on the film of the same name produced by Ocean Software and released in 1995 for the Sega Mega Drive and Super NES.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Alcahest is an action role-playing game for the Nintendo Super Famicom, developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Square. The game was released in 1993 in Japan, and has never been released in other markets. It is notable for being an RPG that uses a password system.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Ancient Magic: Bazoo! Mahou Sekai is a fairly generic little RPG for the SNES by the much- maligned Hot-B. See if you can spot their advert for another of their products in the game! Despite its rather pedestrian roots, the game takes several surprising twists towards the end, and is generally worth sticking it out even if the wrap-up (or lack thereof) is a bit of a let down. As a note, theres more game past "THE END." Also as a note, do set your window speed to "fast" in the in-game options menus - itll improve your experience dramatically.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Angelique is a Japanese media franchise based on the video game series. Currently, the series has only been released in Japan, with the exception of a Chinese PC version of the first game in the series. It is somewhat popular with overseas import gamers, who have started petitions in the hopes of English-translated releases of various games in the series. KOEI mentioned in an issue of Newtype USA that it is a possibility if enough demand is shown.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Arabian Nights: Sabaku no Seirei-o is a 1996 Japan-exclusive Role-playing video game developed by Pandora Box and published by Takara for the Super Famicom.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Arabian Nights: Sabaku no Seirei-o is a 1996 Japan-exclusive Role-playing video game developed by Pandora Box and published by Takara for the Super Famicom. The King of Djinns Ifrit is defeated by a man named Suleiman and made his servant. Then some anonymous magical being destroys Suleimans house and weakens Ifrit. To grant Ifrit freedom, Suleiman seals him in a Contract Ring and shall be free after a thousand wishes have been granted by a thousand hands.

One century later, in the town of Bazaar, an orphan girl named Shukran finds the Contract Ring and unleashes Ifrit. With 999 wishes used throughout last the century, Shukran uses the last wish for peace in her homeland. Ifrit however cannot stray far from his ring, so Shukran and Ifrit travel the land together to make this possible.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Arcana, originally released as Card Master: Rimsalia no Fuuin, is a 1992 RPG for the SNES by HAL Laboratory. The game represents all of its characters as cards, but plays like a dungeon-crawling RPG, rather than a card-based game. In keeping with this metaphor, the death of a character results in a torn card, and the magical properties of some cards are used to explain abilities of the games characters.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Arcana, originally released as Card Master: Rimsalia no Fuuin, is a 1992 RPG for the SNES by HAL Laboratory. The game represents all of its characters as cards, but plays like a dungeon-crawling RPG, rather than a card-based game. In keeping with this metaphor, the death of a character results in a torn card, and the magical properties of some cards are used to explain abilities of the games characters. Its a hack to Arcana.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Arcus Odyssey is an action role-playing game video game developed by Wolf Team and released by Renovation Products in 1991 for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Sharp X68000 and in 1993 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game features an isometric perspective and cooperative gameplay, as well hack and slash gameplay. It tells the story of four heroes trying to thwart the return of an evil sorceress. The game received positive reviews, especially the original Genesis version. Arcus Odyssey is part of the Arcus franchise, which also included Arcus in 1988, Arcus II: Silent Symphony in 1989, and Arcus III in 1991. A North American version for the SNES was planned, but it was cancelled following Segas acquisition of Renovation Products (American publisher for Wolf Team and Telenet games). It was released only in Japan with the title Arcus Spirits, and was also planned to be released in Europe by Loriciels.
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