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Tengai Makyou: Dai Yon no Mokushiroku - Hudson the Best

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Item Number: ULJM-05356
Publisher: Hudson
Jan/UPC Code: 4988607051334
Update: August 1, 2008
«©NCSX» Originally released on the Saturn in January 1997, Hudson ports Tengai Makyou: Dai Yon no Mokushiroku to the PSP intact and adds a new scenario set in New York. Taking a departure from the wilds of Zipang, the fourth Tengai Makyou adventure is set squarely in America. Specifically, New Orleans 1893 where a group of friends investigate a purported haunted house only to unleash a malevolent archfiend and torch the house in the process. The protagonist of the game, Rizing, soon makes his way to Alaska where his skills as a demon hunter are called upon to quell ornery demons. The imps have been appearing in towns across the land and possibly coming from the Fire of Eden. In addition to battling demons, Rizing must also get to the bottom of the doings of a demonic cult.
Rizing teams up with childhood friends and misfits in an quest to seal the demons away again. Joining up in the adventure: A girl with psychic powers named Yumemi, a bloated samurai who answers to Zengo, an Indian outcast known as Youno, and an over-the-top cowboy named Ace. Together, the party encounters abnormal situations, dialogue, and instances of momentary madness. The PSP version of the game ports over nicely and features the voice tracks and streaming cinemas from the Saturn original. A new character is introduced in the game along with her children in the New York scenario which adds more dramatic foil to the adventure.

Jan Code: 4988607051334

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Relevant Link(s):

Tengai Makyou II: Manji Maru NDS
Tengai Makyou II: Manji Maru PS2
Tengai Makyou III Namida PS2
Tengai Makyou III Namida Deluxe Pack PS2
Tengai Makyou: Dai Yon no Mokushiroku - Hudson the Best PSP

Japanese PSP games may be played on North American and European PSP handhelds. There is no region-coding on PSP game UMDs.

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