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The unfinished Japanese PS1 game was completed and released 20 years later

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screenshot: Magic Castle

In 1998, a small team of Japanese developers spent eight months ” Magic Castle, Sent as a pitch to seven major publishers, including Sony. I didn’t go anywhere, but thanks to the efforts of the emulator and the original team, I can now play it and enjoy it anyway.

One of the team members, PIROWO, Recently found the source code of the project —Created on the net or roze— And I decided to tie up the loose end and open it to the public. The game looks hellish in terms of not only isometric style, but also very modern touches such as customizable UI and dynamic music.

This video is from VHS, which the team first created.98, who accompanies Sony’s beloved pitch, was blown away by asking developers to abandon it Magic Castle And go work on something else they weren’t very keen on.

For more information on the game background, Net Yaroze Europe Interview with two former developers I will talk about how I got closer to making games with other “company that makes famous Japanese RPGs”, but after that It It has fallen apart as well.

You can download the game here..

https://kotaku.com/unfinished-japanese-ps1-game-completed-released-two-de-1845981372

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