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'89 Dennō Kyūsei Uranai

'89 Dennō Kyūsei Uranai

Due to the ' on the title this would be my first game on an Alphabetical NES games list. So here we go. I have to make it clear that I don't know japanese so this game will be a bit less inspected compared to english titles.
Right after pressing start we get a screen where we put in our birthday and gender there is a selection screen for our horoscope for some periods of time, for a generation, year, month, or just a day. And there is even a romantic match option.

This would be classified more as a gimmick than a proper game but I guess this was what the market wanted in Japan during at the end of the eighties.

The game was released 10 December 1988 in Japan by Jingūkan Polaris and with that text heavy structure and cultural inadaptability never got a release in Europe or US.

An example of the good old wall of text


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