Step by step MobyGames is proving to the whole gaming world that it is not a "US-centric" database some people claimed it to be. The addition of classic Japan-only computer PC-88 and PC-98 a year ago was one of these important steps. We already have almost 1000 PC-98 games documented, still counting.
And now, FM Towns makes its triumphal entry - a Japan-only computer launched by Fujitsu between 1989 and 1997. By far a more modest system than PC-98 in terms of game wealth (though not in technical prowess - this CD-ROM-based system was capable of advanced graphics and sound), with only a few exclusive games, FM Towns has nevertheless a greater appeal to the international gamer, mainly thanks to its unique enhanced versions of famous games - from the only known 256-color version of LucasArts' early classic Zak McKracken
to the fully voiced (in English and in Japanese!) interpretation of the seminal RPG Ultima VI
FM Towns Marty, an interesting (though rather obscure) console system based on (and compatible with) its computer progenitor, has also been added.
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