I go on a mini-adventure, braving the veldt of civilization, in order to seek help from the old gods of the Yamato in order to find a good Ganbare Goemon game to talk about in an episode of Import Gaming FTW. Or something like that.
One part game review, one part collection video, and one part…uh, Japanese culture tutorial (?), this was a fun video to work on.
Japanese title: がんばれゴエモン えびす丸危機一髪
Release date: ?-?-1990
Platform: LCD handheld
The shrine featured in this video is Tsutsujigaoka Tenmanguu in Sendai, Japan.
Import Gaming FTW’s Ganbare Goemon Series Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0s7JveB6kdXNzZ6R649bkHS27YzTdM0P
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Gameplay was captured using the Elgato Game Capture HD, and video/audio was edited using Sony Movie Studio Platinum Suite, Version 12.
Other games featured in this video are Ganbare Goemon Sarawareta Ebisumaru (Konami, Game Boy)…and that’s it!
The music used for this video consists of tracks from Konami’s Ganbare Goemon Sarawareta Ebisumaru (Game Boy), Goemon’s Great Adventure (N64), and Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon (N64).
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