Zool - Majuu Tsukai Densetsu (Japan)
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Zool - Majuu Tsukai Densetsu (Japan) was released in Japan only on June 11, 1999, and is one of the most obscure N64 games ever made. As one of the few RPGs in the collection, this is somewhat surprising. My favorite British N64 Magazine did not even do a sneak peek or a review of the game. It wasn't until I arrived in Japan and saw a review of the game in an N64 game guide that I learned it existed. The concept of catching monsters is the same as in Pokémon, so it's easy to compare the two. Your protagonist raises a monster to help him fight evil. The towns are shown from above. To get around, you'll need to use your mouse cursor to hover over the various buildings and establishments. The player controls the monsters through the use of a musical note bar. Four monsters can be carried by one person.
You can only give your beast generic instructions via a whistle, so the battle system is also lacking in excitement. Finally, despite the fact that the game contains over 160 beasts, many of them are nothing more than color swaps. There is very little information about the game on the Japanese internet because of this. There aren't any Japanese manuals available for this game, and there never was. Either one is on my radar.
Many lives had been nourished by the lush green land. Among them are humans and demons. Unless their territory is invaded, the demon beasts will not attack humans. Humans who are aware of this have lived peacefully alongside the demon beasts in the walled city. That's how humans and demons interact. However, it is said that there are some who enjoy the demon beasts and adventure together as friends. People refer to these beings as "demon masters," and they observe them with interest and a modicum of awe. This is the beginning of a new journey for a young demon master.
Use arrow key and try some key ( Shift, Enter, Z, X, A, S , Q, E, R, T, G, F, H ) to controls the game.