Dayshot: On 20 October 1995, Enix released Quintet’s Tenchi Sōzō, a spiritual followup to their earlier ARPG Gaia Gensōki, or Illusion of Gaia, in Japan. Nintendo localised and published the game as Terranigma in Europe and Australia — lucky for us, because Terranigma never officially made it to North America.
A couple of months ago, I wrote about how the Japanese PlayStation 2 has one unreleased game left. For the longest time, this title, Final Fantasy XI: Seekers of Adoulin, had been simply labelled as “Release date: 2013.” Now, at last, it has an official release date.
PlayStation 2 title Super Galdelic Hour is nuts. It features females dressed as animals on a game show playing whack-a-mole with giant suckers and throwing pies in each others’ faces. You cannot take enough acid to reproduce a game like this, let alone the colour palette.