Japanese-style Adventure

Description

Japanese-style Adventure games, like Western adventures, focus on experiencing a narrative through the eyes of usually a single protagonist. This is achieved by interacting with the environment and receiving textual feedback from the game. In contrast to Western adventures, Japanese-style adventures have no puzzle-solving, rarely feature an inventory, and are usually viewed from first-person perspective, without physical movement.
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FM Towns (1994)

Asuka 120% Excellent BURNING Fest. is a 2D versus fighting game. It is a remake of Asuka 120% BURNING Fest....

Last Days of Spring Macintosh Front Cover
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd Windows Front Cover

3DO (1994)

Late at night in the mid of July, a jogging man was found dead, crossbow bolt piercing his heart and...

Sakura Taisen Windows Front Cover

Windows (2000), Dreamcast (1999) and SEGA Saturn (1997)

It is the Taishou Era in Japan, and the Western world has begun to make its way through traditional Japan....

Sakura Taisen 2: Kimi, Shinitamou Koto Nakare SEGA Saturn Front Cover

Windows (2001), Dreamcast (1999) and SEGA Saturn (1998)

Japan, 1920's. After having defeated the ultimate evil, the charming ladies of the Hanagumi Squad and their young commander Ichiro...

Sakura Taisen GB Game Boy Color Front Cover

Game Boy Color (2000)

The first handheld Sakura Taisen game, released between the second and the third main ones, takes place in the original...

Thorne Windows Front Cover

Windows (2016)