DescriptionNew Orleans, Louisiana, 1893. A boy named Rizing is exploring the surroundings of his hometown together with a couple of friends. They discover a mysterious old house, go inside, and discover what seems to be a mummy in a coffin. They don't realize that at this moment they unleashed a powerful demon into the world, and that this demon has already possessed the soul of one of the boys...
The Apocalypse IV is the first Tengai Makyō game that is set outside of the Japan-like country Jipang. Much like Jipang of earlier games, United States of the late 19th century is not in a historically correct environment in this game, but an alternate world populated by demons, Biblical figures, and deliberate clichés (cardboard Native Americans, pop culture references, etc).
The gameplay largely follows the general Japanese RPG template and Tengai Makyō gameplay style in particular. As in the previous games, magic spells have to be sought out and acquired rather than learned or bought. A notable change is the absence of random enemies - all the enemies are visibly wandering on the world map or in the dungeons. Other gameplay additions include special attacks that can also performed by several members of the party as a combo, and obtaining money by selling trophies received in battles.
- "天外魔境 第四の黙示録 The Apocalypse IV" -- Japanese spelling
- "天外魔境 第四启示录" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
- "Tengai Makyou: Daishi no Mokushiroku" -- Common alternate pronunciation
- "Far East of Eden: The Apocalypse" -- English subtitle
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The Press Says
|RPGFan||Sep 30, 1998||95 out of 100||95|
|Legendra||Jul 07, 2004||9 out of 10||90|
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TriviaThe ancient hero Yuriwaka who appears in the game is a figure from Japanese mythology. Some researchers say the legend of the wanderer Yuriwaka could be influenced by Odysseus, also known as Ulysses, the famous hero of Greek epic legends. "Yuriwaka" literally means "the young Yuri"; this name could be the Japanese transcription of "Ulysses".