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Cyber Knight II: Chikyuu Teikoku no Yabou

Cyber Knight II with begin,start showing and black space sky

Like the first one but like upgrade to the quality of the graphics and gameplay and storyline as well and also you can see this was one based on Buckrodgers as well I suspect for the idea of stats picking and I could see it being popular with people in the retro RPG gene.

Shiryu you guys go on to the module hangar. I'm going to resue Kiri  and Nehjena. shows man face on like spaceship set in like office style of units but in space style for the sip

The colours in the game look very fresh kind of more like it's being painted by a good quality than artist which does make sense since in some cases artists were used to help create graphics since at the time high spec did not really exist in the  early 1990s  time period for the 16 bit and also a lot of the problems were also caused by the cartridge having  like  limited  space so games had to be in some cases made smaller to allow them to run well or be possible to play such as some of the game were so big even CD would struggle to have all the game on them over so much being put into a lot of the older games for why so many them are like by younger or  older gamers a like all around the world more less.


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