GungHo Bringing 6 Japanese PSone Classics to PSN


GungHo Online Entertainment is back and bringing six more Japanese PSone imports with them. Check out what games are coming to the PlayStation Network below.

  • Favorite Dear ~Enkan no Monogatari~ – In a world hurdling towards ultimate destruction, society’s only hope rests in the hands of one hero and his peace-loving angel companion.  The ultimate blend of RPG and simulation, players are given a unique character-driven experience
  • First Queen IV – A chaotic real time strategy RPG in which several factions and dozens of characters battle it out for supreme control of a world known as Logres. Players will have to test their mettle as they command troops to combat rival warlords and forge alliances to ensure total conquest and bring peace to the land.
  • Mahjong Uranai Fortuna ~Tsuki no Megami Tachi~ – Classic Mahjong gameplay against three adorable fortune tellers at a time. Players will engage in a traditional four person match up, and win or lose they will at least walk away with a fortune
  • Oz no Mahoutsukai ~Another World~ RungRung – L. Frank Baum’s timeless tale, The Wizard of Oz, re-imagined in a fantastic new adventure. Dorothy isn’t in Kansas anymore and players will be tasked with following the yellow brick road to that place “somewhere over the rainbow” in this familiar adventure.
  • Sentimental Graffiti – In this dating simulation, players will take the role of a young suitor whose vagabond childhood left him without ever having felt the sweet bliss of romance. When he receives a mysterious letter stating, “I want to see you,” players will need to figure out which one of twelve female characters is his true secret paramour.
  • Trump Shiyouyo! Fukkoku-ban – It’s classic casino gaming, Trump style! Enjoy ten of the most popular card games from around the world, including: Seven Bridge, Speed, Blackjack, Poker and more.

These 6 eclectic titles will hit the PlayStation Store, in the Import Section, today in their original Japanese state which means they will be untranslated and unaltered. The games will run for $5.99 each.


Source: GungHo Online Entertainment

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