Manji: PSY Yūki (PC-98)

Manji: PSY Yūki PC-98 Title screen. Don't worry, there's nothing Nazi here - the swastika (manji) is widely used as a symbol of Buddhism


Published by
Developed by
Critic Score
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
User Score
5 point score based on user ratings.
Not an American user?


Manji: PSY Yūki is set in medieval Japan, but has many supernatural elements and bizarre anachronisms. The heroine of the game, Asako, is helping the priest in a secluded Buddhist temple. One day she hears a baby wailing outside. She calls the baby Taro, and the statues of the bodhisattva Kannon advise her to seek a spirit named Pusheck. Asako calls upon her own personal spirit, who looks like a modern-day boy and is appropriately named Boy, and the three explore the nearby mountain to find the mysterious Pusheck.

The game contains typical Japanese RPG elements such as top-down exploration, randomly appearing enemies, simple leveling up system, and turn-based first-person perspective combat. The characters have three point bars: body, soul, and mind. Body is equivalent to HP, soul influences combat performance, and mind is needed to use "mind powers", which are the same as magic spells. There are also 64 kinds of upgrades, which can be collected in battles; each one of them raises certain parameters or has an otherwise beneficial effect on the characters.


Manji: PSY Yūki PC-98 Fighting a weird random dude
Manji: PSY Yūki PC-98 Fighting two strange guys
Manji: PSY Yūki PC-98 This world map is completely linear
Manji: PSY Yūki PC-98 Mountain path

Promo Images

There are no promo images for this game

Alternate Titles

  • "卍PSY遊記" -- Japanese spelling

User Reviews

There are no reviews for this game.

Critic Reviews

There are no critic reviews for this game.


There are currently no topics for this game.


There is no trivia on file for this game.

Oleg Roschin (181727) added Manji: PSY Yūki (PC-98) on Jun 29, 2010