All posts by Iwant

Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru

Despite its technical limitations, the Game Boy did get its fair share of great action/adventure games. Of course, the first


GiFTPiA was developed by skip and published by Nintendo on the GameCube in 2003. For the record: You may already know

Okage: Shadow King

by Iwant – August 12, 2012   Okage: Shadow King (Boku to Maou in Japan, officially translated to “Me and


In every family there’s a weird child. You know, the kind who smokes strange stuff and draws dead birds sketches

Cat and the Coup, The

In the early 1950s, a progressive political leader named Mohammad Mosaddegh was democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran. His administration’s

Special Force 2: Tale of the Truthful Pledge

We rarely hear about games that were developed outside of the major games-producing regions of Japan, North America and Europe. South

Hourai Gakuen no Bouken!

There tons upon tons of unlocalized JRPGs on the Super Famicom. Hourai Gakuen no Bouken! Tenkousei Scramble, the only game developed


DogDay is one of those old first-person 3D point & clicks for the PC. Released in 1996, it’s one of only

Marvelous: Mouhitotsu no Takarajima

The new possibilities offered by Nintendo’s 16-bit system made a lot of developers enthusiastic to create innovative games. Quite a


Haruhiko Shono’s first game – Alice: An Interactive Museum – is completely forgotten nowadays, but it did manage to be awarded a

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