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Momotarō Densetsu (NES)

Momotarō Densetsu NES Title screen

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The legend of Momotarō belongs to the most popular ones in Japanese and Asian folklore. The game follows the main story. An old couple, who was living peacefully in a small house, found a giant peach flowing down the river. As they wanted to eat the peach, they found inside a child. They named him "Momotarō" -"peach guy". When Momotarō grew up, he decided to rid the country of the evil demons. He must find three faithful companions - a dog, a monkey, and a pheasant, who will help him to defeat the demons.

This is a traditional Japanese RPG. You move Momotarō over the world map, visiting towns and dungeons. Defeated monsters bring experience points and raise Momotarō's level. Enemies appear randomly, and the combat is turn-based and is viewed from first person perspective.

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Momotarō Densetsu NES Your foster parents' house
Momotarō Densetsu NES Wow, you've got a big house there, old man!
Momotarō Densetsu NES Mountain area
Momotarō Densetsu NES Peninsula with a mysterious dungeon

Alternate Titles

  • "桃太郎伝説" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Peach Boy Legend" -- Sub-title in English

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אולג 小奥 (168604) added Momotarō Densetsu (NES) on Dec 21, 2004
Other platforms contributed by 雷堂嬢太朗 -raido.jotaro- (55656)