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(Sadly the best scan I could find).
Game Boy (Japanese box, 1989)
Ace Japanese box art for Lord of Sword (cunningly localised as Lord of the Sword) for the Master System/Mark III
side-scrolling action-adventure released by Sega in 1988
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Robotics;Notes (5pb - PS3 - 2012)
Japan-only visual novel game and follow-up to Steins;Gate
from wikipedia: “In Robotics;Notes, the player assumes the role of Kaito Yashio, someone who enjoys fighting games. He is in his school’s robot club. The story begins when the protagonist finds out that one of Robotics;Notes’ main heroines is actually a genius programmer who created the game engine for a world renowned fighting game. The main character then decides that he wants to create a robot based around command inputs and motion capture technology. He decides to go to the karate club to look for someone to perform the motion capture sequences.”
box art for Majuu Ou aka Majyuuou aka King of Demons (KSS - SNES - 1995)
Exciting Basket VS. Double Dribble VS. Konamic Basket VS. Double Dribble: 5 on 5 VS. Hyperdunk, 1987, 1991, 1994
The frankly amazing cover for Street ‘Cred Football, as featured in this article.
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