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Gensei Fūkyō Den (PC-98)

Gensei Fūkyō Den PC-98 Title screen


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Somewhere in the southern part of the Rain Island lies a village known as Flower Fields. Its inhabitants live peacefully and work hard to supply the village with food. But one day, a demon named Nakachimaro and his minions invaded the village, kidnapped the villagers' pigs, and destroyed their fields and gardens! The young Darios swears that he will find the bad guys and make them pay! He and his best friend, the elf girl Eru, venture into the nearby cave, pursuing Nakachimaro. Little they know that this will be just the beginning of a long and perilous journey!

Gensei Fūkyō Den is a Japanese RPG with a somewhat "light" approach, both in story-telling and gameplay. The gameplay mostly follows the standard procedure of Japanese-style RPGs, although some features are simplified: there is no "world map", and town navigation is menu-based. Most of the gameplay consists of navigating maze-like top-down dungeons, fighting random enemies in turn-based first-person perspective combat. Characters use special points (SP) for powerful attacks and magic points (MP) for spells.


Gensei Fūkyō Den PC-98 Weapons shop
Gensei Fūkyō Den PC-98 Using a special attack against an enemy, while dogs are watching
Gensei Fūkyō Den PC-98 Item shop
Gensei Fūkyō Den PC-98 Found a treasure chest!

Alternate Titles

  • "幻世風狂伝 " -- Japanese spelling

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Cor 13 (172240) added Gensei Fūkyō Den (PC-98) on Jun 29, 2010