Abandonware Games


How many of you research old abandonware games by getting emulators and roms? There are some really great games on the MSX and PC-88. Unfortunately, there are some pretty grossly hentai games that show up (littler discretion in the video game industry at the time of their making), especially with the PC-88, but, as a plus, there are some gems to be found, as far as games.Some really fun games are on the MSX: Aleste, Butamaru Pants, Mr. Chin, Inspector Z, The Black Onyx, Blagger, Contra, Dragon Slayer, Dragon Slayer II: Xanadu, Dragon Slayer III: Romancia, Dragon Slayer IV: Drasle Family, Little Samurai, Guardic, Girlie Block, Yokai Yashiki, Hydlide 3, King's Valley, Nightmare, Nightmare II, Nightmare III, Metal Gear, Thexder, Tritorn, and Yie Ar Kung-Fu 1 and 2.PC-88: Dragon Slayer, The Sword of Legend, and The Black Onyx...There's actually a really fun game for the PC-88 that I came across, which, unfortunately, ended up being a hentai game, called Hayakawa Manami no Snake Camp. I didn't find out that it was a hentai game until completing the first wave level. I wish that it wasn't a hentai game, because it's actually really fun. The creators, if they had more sense, could have made a pretty original and decent game if they hadn't of worked in the pornography, which is too bad.I think the HAL game Butamaru Pants for the MSX especially needs more recognition. It was made in 1983, and it is one of the company's first original games. This is well before they became affiliated with Nintendo. It makes me wish that Sakurai, as one of HAL's main company men, would place Butamaru into Smash Bros. Ultimate in order to pay tribute to the company's early days.https://ift.tt/2Px0IY1 via /r/retrogaming https://ift.tt/2QO3ogP

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