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Re: Let's explore the world of Japanese doujin games together!

by J T Sun May 29, 2011 1:09 pm

Akatsuki Blitzkampf

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This is a World War II themed fighting game. It's been compared to Street Fighter III: Third Strike. There are lots of combos you can do and it has some nice graphics that feel a bit like an SNK game.

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Re: Let's explore the world of Japanese doujin games together!

by J T Sun May 29, 2011 1:11 pm

t0yrobo wrote:And my contribution to the thread; Blue Wish Resurrection Plus.


I've played this one before and I really like it. Sooooo many bullets. :)
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Re: Let's explore the world of Japanese doujin games together!

by Opa Opa Sun May 29, 2011 1:56 pm

dsheinem wrote:Crimzon Clover is not only one of the best doujin shmups ever made, but one of the best shmups ever made, period. Every one who is even slightly a fan of the genre owes it to themselves to try it. Demo here: http://www.vector.co.jp/download/file/w ... 02734.html

Played the demo. Now on my games-to-get list.
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Re: Let's explore the world of Japanese doujin games together!

by J T Mon May 30, 2011 12:39 am

J T wrote:I had a bit of a laugh when I booted up Crimzon Clover and the title screen busted out with some transposed rendition of Robert Miles- "Children", but the game itself is good fun.


They should have stolen this song instead:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdhonK8NMm8
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Re: Let's explore the world of Japanese doujin games together!

by NeverGoBak Mon May 30, 2011 7:10 pm



I thought that game was made in the US, somehow...
Marvelous game though, just loved it. The only Visual Novel I've ever played though. As a side note I've always wanted to ply Azumanga Fighter, but I could never get it to work on my computer.
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Re: Let's explore the world of Japanese doujin games together!

by J T Mon May 30, 2011 7:42 pm

NeverGoBak wrote:


I thought that game was made in the US, somehow...
Marvelous game though, just loved it. The only Visual Novel I've ever played though. As a side note I've always wanted to ply Azumanga Fighter, but I could never get it to work on my computer.


Yeah, it's not a Japanese game, so perhaps it doesn't count. Christine Love, who created the game, lives in Canada. It feels very similar to a doujin game in style and presenation though, so I included it.
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Re: Let's explore the world of Japanese doujin games together!

by J T Mon May 30, 2011 8:02 pm

the7k wrote:Eternal Fighter Zero. I remember playing that game CONSTANTLY back in the day. I remember going to an anime con and seeing it played in the game room a couple of years back, and it made me squee like some yaoi fangirl accidentally bumping into Vic Mignogna - just to know I wasn't the only one who played it.


I had seen some video of Eternal Fighter Zero in the past, but I haven't played it yet. I decided to track it down though after reading your post. Here's what I've found so far, for those of you interested...

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Here is the official site of the developer (Twilight Frontier):
http://www.tasofro.net/

Here are the download links for Eternal Fighter Zero:
http://www.tasofro.net/arc/efz.html

Here is some video:
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Re: Let's explore the world of Japanese doujin games together!

by J T Mon May 30, 2011 8:28 pm

Immaterial and Missing Power

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If you like Eternal Zero Fighter (EZF), you should also try Immaterial and Missing Power. It's a collaboration between Twilight Frontier who made EZF and Team Shanghai Alice of the famous Touhou Project.

Immaterial and Missing Power is considered Touhou 7.5 as it takes place between the Touhou games Perfect Cherry Blossom (Touhou 7) and Imperishable Night (Touhou 8). It's another cute fighter with chibi touhou girls.

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Re: Let's explore the world of Japanese doujin games together!

by AmishSamurai Mon May 30, 2011 8:57 pm

J T wrote:Immaterial and Missing Power

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If you like Eternal Zero Fighter (EZF), you should also try Immaterial and Missing Power. It's a collaboration between Twilight Frontier who made EZF and Team Shanghai Alice of the famous Touhou Project.

Immaterial and Missing Power is considered Touhou 7.5 as it takes place between the Touhou games Perfect Cherry Blossom (Touhou 7) and Imperishable Night (Touhou 8). It's another cute fighter with chibi touhou girls.

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Re: Let's explore the world of Japanese doujin games together!

by the7k Tue May 31, 2011 2:01 am

I remember trying to get Missing and Immaterial Power, but I couldn't get it to run on my PC for some reason. I'll have to give it another shot, I suppose. Gotta get Akatsuki Blitzkampf as well.

Also, even though it's not made in Japan/by Japanese, Dong Dong Never Die is good for a laugh. There's also Super Cosplay Wars, which apparently has seen an update through Super Cosplay War: Ultra Genkai Toppa.
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