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Japanese title: オーノー!
Release date: 11-16-2000
Publisher: Asmik Ace/TBS
Developer: Tycoon
Platform: Sony PlayStation

A redone version of Import Gaming FTW episode 18, Oh No! (Weird Japanese PS1 Hidden Gem), originally uploaded on November 20th, 2014…my God, has it been that long? Anyway, I was asked by Daniel Ibbertson, aka DJ Slope, if I’d like to contribute something to his channel in an effort to get more exposure, since I’m a small channel that I guess he enjoys somewhat, at least enough for me to pollute his channel with my content. My Oh No! video was how he found my channel, so I decided to remake the episode and make it a little more presentable than it was before…the spirit of the video remains mostly the same, however.

Anyway, big thanks to Daniel for his help, the gesture and support is so very much appreciated. I’ll unlist the original video, but if you want to see it for some reason, I’ll leave a link down below.

Old version of this video: https://youtu.be/9r3t5VXQMKc

Daniel’s channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/djslopesroom

Consider supporting the channel on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/importgamingftw

Gameplay was captured using the Elgato Game Capture HD, and video/audio was edited using Sony Movie Studio Platinum Suite, Version 12. All music used was taken directly from the game, in addition to one track “帝国よ永遠に (Eternal Empire) taken from the game Gensou Suikoden, published by Konami.

Other games featured in this video are Biohazard: Revelations (Capcom, Xbox 360), Choaniki: Kyuukyoku Muteki Ginga no Saikyou Otoko (Masaya, Saturn), Gal Gun (Inti Creates, Xbox 360) PuLiRuLa (Taito/Xing, PS1), and Parappa the Rapper (Sony, PS1).

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