Hong Kong 97 (Happysoft 1995 Snes)
Probably one of the most obscure (and offensive) SNES games ever developed. This game was distributed by a company called Happysoft. This was there only game they made before vanishing into nothingness. This game gets weird as soon as you turn it on where you are greeted with a message by Happysoft themselves looking for people to sell their games and a upbeat endlessly looping version of I Love Beijing Tiananmen (The only audio in the game). As far as the story goes the screen shots do a good job of that. The overall game is a horrible shooter than can result in instant death upon starting and with upgrades that kill you and a syringe (Steroids??) that gives you immunity. When you die in this game you are greeted with a picture of a corpse with the words “Chin is dead” in bloody letters. Surprisingly the game depicts actual historic even two years before it happened (The death of Deng Xiaoping)
If you have the time you should find a rom of this game and try it yourself, Lot’s of communism fun!
“Game & Graphics Printed” #1 issue: Postcards
Set of 4 postcards printed on both sides with a special metalized blue ink. Size of each print: 12,5 cm x 18 cm (4,9 x 7 inches). The back of the cards can be put together to create a larger image!
A closer look at the NSMB 2 and Animal Crossing 3DS special edition XL systems coming to Japan, the latter of which looks like either a Louis Vuitton pattern or underwear, depending on who you ask. If you ask our readers, their heads will fill with pantsu.
There will be another Mini Nintendo Direct dedicated to Animal Crossing: Jump Out and broadcasting this Friday in Japan, 8 AM EST. You’ll be able to watch it here.Preorder: Animal Crossing 3DS
See also: More Animal Crossing posts