Dengeki Division (PC-98)

Dengeki Division PC-98 The short intro...


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The powerful god known as Black B was securely sealed, preventing his powers from corrupting humans. The people of the Kingdom enjoyed a prosperous, peaceful life. But that ended when the nearby country, ruled by a ruthless Empress, heard of the sealed god. The Empire attacked the Kingdom, which had no other choice but release Black B and use his powers to defend themselves. Black B readily agreed to help, on one condition: all the generals in his army must be female...

Dengeki Division is a turn-based strategy/RPG hybrid. The player's first input is to throw dice to determine the amount of points that can be used to raised the parameters (strength, intelligence, agility, etc.) of the female generals. The player also assigns character classes (warrior, monk, magician, etc.) to them. Afterwards, the story unrolls; battles are dictated by the story, and there is no movement in the game outside of the battle field. Combat takes place on isometric locations, where only the immediate surroundings of the player-controlled characters are shown. The player then navigates the characters over the field, attacking enemies when they are in range of physical attacks or magic spells. Hurting a female enemy character (or sustaining damage) triggers a small nude picture of said character.


Dengeki Division PC-98 Entering a forest
Dengeki Division PC-98 Clicking on the location will initiate a battle
Dengeki Division PC-98 Character screen & equipment
Dengeki Division PC-98 Confrontation...

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Oleg Roschin (181737) added Dengeki Division (PC-98) on Jul 17, 2010