A forgotten PS1 game called Magic Castle was released

A forgotten PS1 game called Magic Castle was released

The long-forgotten title of the original PlayStation has a new life like The magic castle It was released after 20 years. A little bit of history behind this title because it’s a sinister title that was clearly created on the Net Yaroze platform in the late 1990s. The game started production in 1997 but was eventually canceled in 1998 with very few people knowing its existence. There is video evidence that the game is being joked that you can check it out here YouTube, They also seem to have plans to take it out sometime in 1999. Looking at this video, it looks like the kind of game we’ll dive into first in the day. But there doesn’t seem to be any official explanation for why the company decided to postpone the project beyond the notion that they were interested in a different project and pushed the team to work on whatever they ended up doing.

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Well now you can play the game by yourself as the Magic Castle prototype has been completed. The work was done by K. Matsunami, SEGA Designer who nicknamed PIROWO. he is chirp Ensure that the game is completed as best as possible so that players can experience it. It’s not the complete game in any way, you basically get what was likely a demo that players could try out at a gaming conference or as an exclusive show in the mail. You can watch the full game in action in the video below, or you can head over to this site To download the ROM yourself and play the game now. It’s cool to see her come back to life after shedding her, but if this came to light in the late 1990s, it would likely be in our collections to this day.

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