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Burai: Hachigyoku no Yuushi Densetsu Review

 The Japanese style of RPG can't understand the language so can't say to much about it but it has great graphics and good looking characters I suspect it would have being very popular game in the West if English version was released and overall you have similar style to final fantasy where you get to buy weapons or items which is pretty cool you start of like a strong older man and weaker younger boy who is the shorter character I like the  cartoon here a lot .

Charecter development screen shows stats and like  boy with front tooth showing and like orange colour hat with black background with both Japanese and English numbers or words plus images

Burai: Hachigyoku no Yuushi Densetsu is a popular action role-playing game developed and published by Data East Corporation in 1989. The game follows the story of the protagonist, Burai, a brave warrior who is tasked with defeating the evil forces of darkness that have invaded his kingdom. Players must navigate through a variety of dungeons and landscapes, fighting off enemies and collecting items and treasures along the way. The game features an expansive skill tree, allowing players to customize their character’s abilities and attributes. Additionally, Burai features multiple endings based upon the choices made throughout the game.

Burai: Hachigyoku no Yuushi Densetsu is an exciting adventure that allows players to explore and battle their way through a vibrant world full of secrets and monsters. With its captivating story and tactical combat, Burai: Hachigyoku no Yuushi Densetsu is sure to provide players with hours of entertainment.

is an action role-playing game developed and published by Atlus for the Super Famicom in 1995. It follows the story of two heroes, one male and one female, who must save the world from evil forces. Players can choose their own path throughout the game, allowing them to explore the world, fight monsters, and collect items. The game features a unique weapon system, where players can equip up to four weapons at once, and use them to attack enemies. Additionally, the game includes a variety of mini-games and side-quests, as well as multiple endings.


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