martes, 13 de mayo de 2008

JAST USA Memorial Collection


JAST USA Memorial Collection

Precio: $ 6.000

Formato: CD-ROM

NAME JAST USA Memorial Collection
System Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista
Pentium 200 mhz or faster recommended
Memory 64 MB or greater
Music Re-sampled CD or MIDI music
Language English

Relive three of the best Japanese love-sim games ever brought out for the English-speaking market, with the new JAST USA Memorial Collection. A compilation of three of the best-selling games from JAST USA on one CD-ROM, you get Three Sisters' Story, Season of the Sakura and Runaway City, all for one great price. All three games have been totally redesigned with a great new game engine that provides many new extras for bishoujo gaming fans.

The totally new game engine support anti-aliased graphics, new background features, and more

The new engine that drives the games supports cool new features, including new anti-aliased graphics and screen effects that improve game play. The music has been resampled for better sound, and all game music is made available to users in high-bit rate MP3 format as a bonus on the disc. The are full CG and music rooms, allowing you to enjoy the graphics and music in the games, and many game play improvements, including an updated skip feature, joystick and mouse scroll wheel support, and more. And perhaps best of all, the totally redesigned games are fully compatible with modern Windows OS computers, including Windows XP -- the original games no longer function under current Windows OS systems.

Three Sisters' Story

The one that started it all! I was just a boy when my father threw himself under the tracks of an oncoming train on the Yamanote Line in Tokyo. He had been the president of a powerful trading company, but had been under siege by an enemy in a power struggle that I didn't understand at the time. With my father gone, it fell upon my mother to lead the family and try to pay off Father's debts. She wasn't up to the task, and was buried next to my father less than a year later. My older brother Eiichi and I were separated, then, passed around the family like unwanted guests. We had lost everything.

Last summer Eiichi appeared again on my doorstep. He had prospered in the years since I'd seen him, and had built a successful trading company. "Koichi," he said to me, "I found out who was responsible for our father's death: the current head of father's old company, Shoji Okamura."

When he asked me, "Will you help me avenge mother and father?" I agreed immediately.

So I became his hatchet man. My job was to approach the Okamura family, especially the three Okamura sisters -- sexy, grown-up Yuki, short-tempered but sensitive Emi and the innocent Risa -- and gather information on the Okamuras for my brother. After six months, I had gotten to where I was eating dinner at their house regularly. This allowed me to bug Shoji's office take documents out of his trash, and copy files off his computer. I reported everything to my brother faithfully.

I was never sure if the information I was providing was doing any good, but gradually, it became apparent that Shoji Okamura's business was failing. He grew more and more desperate, and one day he disappeared completely. The happiness of the Okamura family, who had taken so much from us, had been stolen piece by piece. My brother swore he wouldn't stop until Shoji Okamura was driven to the point of taking his own life, even if it meant pushing the Three Sisters into lives of prostitution and worse.

The only problem is, I had fallen in love with those same three sisters...

One of the most popular English-translated bishoujo games to come out of the 1990's, Three Sisters Story combined a complex dramatic story with beautiful female characters and many twists and turns as the game winds through its rich story. Can you stop your insane brother and save the three sisters from his wrath?

Season of the Sakura

It's April. The cherry blossoms are in full bloom, exploding with beautiful shades of pink and red and white like they do every year. Their fleeting existence will end soon enough, but for now the Season of the Sakura has come again to Japan.

I turn to her, standing at my side, and speak. "The sakura were in bloom the day we first met. Do you remember?" She smiles at me. I know that she is happy. I look up at the sakura once more, and speak again...

"That's right. That was the beginning of it all..."

A classic bishoujo game, the smash hit Season of the Sakura is a great game on many levels. A year-long simulation in which you interact with eight beautiful girls, exploring many game paths as you try to win the hearts of each girl, Season of the Sakura is also great for fans of 90's anime because it's a parody and tribute to shows like Evangelion, Magical Knight Rayearth and St. Tail, and the game is filled with themes from these shows. One of the most deep and romantic story-based games to be translated to English, we know you'll love Season of the Sakura!

Runaway City

I have the power of Good Luck...

It's true. I win at pachinko whenever I play, and when it rains and I'm stuck without an umbrella, a girl appears out of nowhere to let me share hers. No matter what I do, my power never lets me down.

My good luck enabled me to survive when my family decided to commit suicide together ten years ago. I wish my mother had been as lucky, but she died, leaving Dad and me to carry on. There is one thing about my power: it's getting stronger. Someday it seems like it may swallow all of Japan...

Another classic love-sim game from the original JAST, Runaway City tells the story of Hiroaki, a boy with a mysterious power of Good Luck. It's almost as it some power makes women do whatever he wants. At first it's a great power to have, then as time goes by it scares him more and more. Unchecked, this power will be the destruction of all Japan. Can you find out the nature of your power and find a way to stop it before it goes too far?

Note: All game images are 100% uncensored

Important note: all characters in this game, as in all games we sell, are aged 18 or older.

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