Bloody Warriors: Shan Go no Gyakushuu

    Game » consists of 1 releases. Released Oct 19, 1990

    A Japanese roleplaying game published for the NES in 1990.

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    Bloody Warriors: Shan Go no Gyakushuu is a turn-based roleplaying game developed for the Nintendo Entertainment System by Micronics and published by Toei Animation on October 19th, 1990 in Japan.

    A traditional Japanese RPG akin to Dragon Warrior, Bloody Warriors puts the player in the shoes of a nameless young hero who must solve the mystery surrounding a seemingly corrupt Empire after many of its inhabitants are abducted while the hero is off slaying a viscous monster.

    Gameplay involves traversing the large world map, fighting monsters through random encounters, exploring dungeons, towns and boss fights, all of which are staples of the genre. A unique addition to Bloody Warriors is the inclusion of strategy gameplay whereupon the player must recruit knights and fight on a much larger scale.


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