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Burai: Jōkan (PC-98)

Burai: Jōkan PC-98 Title screen


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The evil god Daar was defeated long time ago. The difference races of Kypros could co-exist in peace. But Daar had followers, among them a powerful warrior named Bido. He intends to resurrect Daar and attack the king of Kypros. His minions attack three strongest knights who serve the king. But before he died, one of the knights released eight magical pearls. Each pearl can choose a hero, and eight heroes together would be able to stop Bido. Those heroes live in different places and belong to different races - humans, dragons, lizard-men, dog-like wosshus. Among them there are simple fighters, a thief, a powerful sorcerer. But they all know - the future of Kypros lies in their hands...

Burai: Jōkan is a Japanese-style RPG with top-down navigation, world map and towns, random enemies, first-person turn-based battles, party management, etc. Its stand-out feature is the ability to play as eight different heroes. Each hero starts in a different part of the game world. The characters have different abilities and spells at their disposal, but overall follow the same gameplay template. The intro sequence presents the heroes in a particular order (starting with the thief Hayate, who was caught and thrown into prison), but the player can choose to start as any of the eight heroes.


Burai: Jōkan PC-98 Hayate is imprisoned
Burai: Jōkan PC-98 Hayate's chapter starts with this fight
Burai: Jōkan PC-98 This is Alec, who helps the evil Haja
Burai: Jōkan PC-98 Character information

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Cor 13 (171951) added Burai: Jōkan (PC-98) on Jun 29, 2010
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