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GungHo importing six more PSone Classics from Japan


10:00 PM on 04.09.2013
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Half a dozen PSone imports are making their way across the Pacific this spring courtesy of GungHo Online. A trio of titles have already arrived on PlayStation Network, with the rest completing their voyage come May 7.

First on the docket is Evergreen Avenue, a puzzle game-visual novel hybrid wherein the protagonist must impress seven magical spirits. There's also Favorite Dear: Jyunpaku no Yogensha, a role-playing game with dating sim elements which is said to feature a relatively straightforward battle system and even a bit of English text to boot.

Finally, Zero Kara no Mahjong: Mahjong Youchien Tamago-gumi is about what it sounds like, a mahjong game for beginners. If that sounds like your cup of tea you'll be in heaven next month as all three imports are of the card and board game variety.

GungHo Spring Classics: Six More PSone Imports [PlayStation Blog]






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