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Fushigi no Umi no Nadia

a.k.a. ふしぎの海のナディア / Nadia: Secret of the Blue Water / 不思議の海のナディア

published by Toho in 1991-03-15, developed by Advance Communication Company, running on Nintendo Entertainment System
type: strategy, role-play, turn-based
genre: Manga
perspective: bird's-eye
player options: single player
languages: jpn
3/5

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Game description from Romhacking.net:

Well, if you're into RPGs with a lot of plot, you might want to stay away from this game. There's a menu at the beginning, and you can choose from 50 scenarios. When you choose, you go right into battle. It's that simple. No messy plot to clutter things up or anything like that. It's too bad, a plot would really be handy, because maybe it would actually explain things a little. The game's kind of easy at first, but that's because you can just use the LONG skill and hit the Emperor twice and then kill him. Then you win. Pretty simple eh? Well I don't much like strategy RPGs anyway, so I admit I didn't give this game very much of a chance. Sorry.
(cjlee001) - # 2007-01-02 15:16:05
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