Alright, first here’s the new episode:
This is a good one about a good game. We had a blast and I hope you enjoy it as well. Warning: we talk a lot about balls and penises! I shouldn’t have to warn you about this by now though! It happens every time!!!
Also, wow, 3 episodes in like, 3 weeks?? It’s a SNEXaissance!! (Okay one of them is about a genesis game so I guess it’s just THREE REALLY GOOD EPISODES IN A SHORT TIMESPAN (don’t get used to it))
Alright, time to vote:
Aaaand here are screenshots and descriptions the next 3 games you get to vote on, worms!
Majin Tensei II - Spiral Nemesis
Majin Tensei II: Spiral Nemesis is a turn-based strategy game using a combination of human characters and recruited demons, and is the sequel to 1994’s Majin Tensei. It is part of Atlus’s greater Shin Megami Tensei series. The protagonist, Naoki Takauchi, is part of a strike force assembled to protect modern Tokyo from an invasion of demons. Naoki and his human companions can all be renamed by the player.
Gameplay is similar to that of Majin Tensei, with one significant difference being the switch to isometric grids over the top-down perspective of the original. Players can still recruit demons via negotiation and fuse them together for stronger monsters, but they have a finite resource with which to summon demons for missions. The player therefore needs to balance improving their human units with summoning their demons.
(please note: this does have an english patch which we will most likely be using: https://www.romhacking.net/translations/4066/)
Fune Tarou (“Boat Taro”) is a fishing game for the Super Famicom released in late 1997. It follows from 1994’s Tsuri Tarou from the same developers, and once again follows a boy named Tarou as he tries to catch a whopper.
The game moves from rivers to the ocean, and the player fishes off the deck of a boat in various locations. The player has a limited amount of bait, however, so they must be careful not to let too many fish get away.
Aero the Acro-Bat