Nekketsu Tairiku Burning Heroes
|Patching Information||No-Header (SNES)|
|Game Date||17 March 1995|
|Release Date||29 February 2012|
|Last Modified||10 December 2019|
Alls I know, without some major Japanese knowledge, is that Burning Heroes is an RPG. With a lot of kanji. There’s a total of eight playable characters, each with their own scenario, SaGa Frontier-style!
By nearly every criterion, this game is absolutely sumptuous! Playing it will make any person with a good heart want to cheer, especially for those triumphal spirits who steadfastly remain grounded in senses of duty, honor, and decency. People who treasure virtue above all other human traits will find their values reaffirmed while playing this saga - despite the convoluted roads that many of our burning heroes must navigate.
Regardless, each scene of every journey shares valuable, timeless lessons, but the story is what makes this vintage RPG even more special. Beware anyone who wallows in misery or predators who revel in lurking down crooked corridors. Lost souls may vicariously discover alternative paths that point toward a direction of their possible absolution. Is this just a video game, or is it a solid depiction of art imitating life?
If we could change just one design feature in Burning Heroes, we would eliminate the modest amount of repetition in the eight scenarios. Other than that, this game is just about perfect.
ROM / ISO Information:
- Nekketsu Tairiku Burning Heroes (J).sfc (GoodSNES v0.999.5)
- Nekketsu Tairiku Burning Heroes (Japan).sfc (No-Intro)
- Internal CRC: AD52
- CRC32: DA105A27
- MD5: 900ECFB892E63D89E3A46EB2C4A8DC8E
- SHA-1: 8C0646A8660CE3ED8C9F811EDAE56EA5343E6246
- SHA-256: 92BA43CAA7115CEE7E2C975A78C81A98CFC9751ACFFB17DDAFCBF32BC11DC417
User Review Information
D-D Does it Yet AgainReviewed By: Klaviaturist on 05 Mar 2012
In all honesty I had never even heard of this Enix title from 1995. And, in all honesty, it is certainly nothing new from the genre. But having said that, the 8 playable characters do make it a trip worth venturing. If not for the great translation that the team from D-D provides.
The game itself is reminiscent of other titles like Live a Live, any of the SaGa games for the SNES or even Treasure of the Rudras. Meaning that you pick from a number of main characters from the beginning of the game and those characters eventually all have a part in the quest by the end. It is not as complex or as even interesting as some of the titles I mentioned (just my opinion) but it is still highly enjoyable and addictive to play.
The D-D team did, as usual, did a really great job here. The translation is flawless and I didn’t notice any issues with the translation at all. Unfortunately, the characters in the game are somewhat typical for the genre, but it never takes away from the fun of playing the game.
Make sure to read the “readme” file when downloading the patch for info about the game, the work involved, and to see how to properly patch the game.
It’s really worth the while as it is a rather fun, old-school RPG with a solid story and a great translation.
Recommended - Yes
|D-D Does it Yet Again||Klaviaturist||05 Mar 2012||N/A||Yes|