Hanjuku Hero: Aa, Sekaiyo Hanjukunare...!
|Patching Information||No-Header (SNES)|
|Game Date||19 December 1992|
|Release Date||10 December 1998|
|Last Modified||31 August 2020|
This is the second title in Square’s Hanjuku Hero series, which has yet to see any releases outside Japan. It’s a light-hearted, pun-filled strategy RPG with an egg motif. The graphics look similar to Final Fantasy IV and other early SNES titles by Square, and the game includes a few Final Fantasy references.
You move units that are led by Shogun around a map in real time, attempting to capture fortresses, but clashes between units are turn-based—much like Ogre Battle. You can use an egg to summon an Egg Monster or play a Trump Card to turn a fight in your favor. There are also random events which can help or hurt the player.
No, this isn’t anywhere near complete. Yes, Kikuyama is Swedish. No, English isn’t his first language. Yes, this patch is full of bugs. No, it’s not that good at all.
ROM / ISO Information:
- Hanjuku Hero - Ah, Sekai yo Hanjuku Nare...!! (Japan).sfc - NOINTRO
- CRC32: D191AD46
- MD5: EAAB71F99F9F45DFEA1FBBF493222999
- SHA-1: 4EDAD4A8A8E3AB6117171C48CE2A332757ED3E2F
- SHA-256: 59027382154FC0AEFDB2FA84251B171CBF490BC5E013205A24E677122B446A24
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