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46 Okunen Monogatari: The Shinkaron is now in English as E.V.O.: The Theory of Evolution!

29 December 2016 10:05PM EST - Update by kuoushi

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On July 15th, 1993, the cult classic action platformer E.V.O.: Search for Eden was released to North American audiences on the SNES. This game about evolution was actually a spiritual sequel to a darker, weirder, and more story-driven Japanese RPG released by ENIX for the PC-98: 46 Okunen Monogatari: THE Shinkaron.

Both games have the same basic premise. Evolve or die. The evolution aspect of this first game in the E.V.O. series, however, works a little differently than its successor. You evolve into entirely different, sometimes real, sometimes imaginary creatures rather than upgrade specific parts of your body.

After a little over a year of work, 46 OkuMen is proud to announce the release of a full English translation of…

E.V.O.: The Theory of Evolution!

We hope you enjoy it.

One small note, PC-98 emulation is far from perfect at the moment so we recommend you play using Neko Project 2 (np2fmgen) to play the game.

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