History VideoGame / HoshiWoMiruHito

14th Mar '18 4:36:17 PM rixion
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''Hoshi wo Miru Hito'' is known as [[FanNickname "densetsu no kusoge"]], translating to [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "legendary shitty game"]], and for good reason. It would take an entire wiki (or at least a whole page) in and of itself to cover all the glaring flaws this game has to offer, but... [[SoBadItsGood that's how the Japanese fans like it]]. A patch was actually released to balance the game and improve the graphics, and there even exists a FanRemake that actually takes advantage of the story, adds some clever puzzles, and makes the gameplay more akin to the ''VideoGame/{{SaGa}}'' series.

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''Hoshi wo Miru Hito'' is known as [[FanNickname "densetsu no kusoge"]], translating to [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "legendary shitty game"]], and for good reason. It would take an entire wiki (or at least a whole page) in and of itself to cover all the glaring flaws this game has to offer, but... [[SoBadItsGood that's how the Japanese fans like it]]. A patch was actually released to balance the game and improve the graphics, and there even exists a FanRemake that actually takes advantage of the story, adds some clever puzzles, and makes the gameplay more akin to the ''VideoGame/{{SaGa}}'' ''[[Franchise/SaGaRPG SaGa]]'' series.
31st Dec '17 9:52:31 AM Argon2
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* PasswordSave: How the game would save your progress if it worked correctly.

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* PasswordSave: How the game would save your progress progress, if it worked correctly.
31st Dec '17 12:16:51 AM SunajHguh
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** No kidding, one [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm17887619 TAS]] of the game totally ignores picking up Misa in the first place!
2nd Dec '16 12:41:43 AM rjd1922
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* MultipleEndings: Both games. In the Famicom game's case, it was actually an early example of such a thing happening at all

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* MultipleEndings: Both games. In the Famicom game's case, it was actually an early example of such a thing happening at allall.
7th Mar '16 3:38:10 PM SunajHguh
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** No kidding, one Speedrun of the game totally ignores picking up Misa in the first place!
7th Mar '16 3:11:47 PM SunajHguh
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* WithThisHerring: As stated above, you start out at level 0 and can do 1 damage, if any at all. you need 100 experience to reach level 1.

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* WithThisHerring: As stated above, you start out at level 0 and can only do 1 damage, if any at all. you You need 100 10 experience to reach level 1.
7th Mar '16 9:48:42 AM SunajHguh
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* AllThereInTheManual: The plot described above. As soon as you start the game, you're in the middle of a field with no story on instruction.

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* AllThereInTheManual: The plot described above. As soon as you start the game, you're in the middle of a field with no story on or instruction.
18th Jun '15 12:44:33 PM hydrix
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It all starts in 1987. A company called Hot-B sees how well [[VideoGame/DragonQuest a certain little RPG]] is doing sales-wise, and decides they want in on that action. Taking inspiration from a PC RPG they made some time back, Hot-B hired a low budget company called Another. Another itself only consisted of one guy named ''Nayuki Moroshima'' (as listed [[http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Another here]]), who created a science-fiction RPG known as ''Hoshi wo Miru Hito'', translating as ''Stargazers''. It's the gripping tale of a dystopian future, where [[AIIsACrapshoot an evil supercomputer known as Crew III]] has brainwashed the last of the Earth's population into subservient slaves, slowly driving themselves to extinction without realizing it. The only people immune to the treacherous computer's mind control are Psychics, who are quickly captured and killed by the computer's team of bounty hunters, the Death Psychics. All would be lost... were it not for the fact four psychics remain, four children with great power who are the only line of defense standing against the evil computer.

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It all starts in 1987. A company called Hot-B sees how well [[VideoGame/DragonQuest a certain little RPG]] is doing sales-wise, and decides they want in on that action. Taking inspiration from a PC RPG they made some time back, Hot-B hired a low budget company called Another. Another itself only consisted of one guy named ''Nayuki Moroshima'' ''Naoki Morishima'' (as listed [[http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Another here]]), who created a science-fiction RPG known as ''Hoshi wo Miru Hito'', translating as ''Stargazers''. It's the gripping tale of a dystopian future, where [[AIIsACrapshoot an evil supercomputer known as Crew III]] has brainwashed the last of the Earth's population into subservient slaves, slowly driving themselves to extinction without realizing it. The only people immune to the treacherous computer's mind control are Psychics, who are quickly captured and killed by the computer's team of bounty hunters, the Death Psychics. All would be lost... were it not for the fact four psychics remain, four children with great power who are the only line of defense standing against the evil computer.
18th Jun '15 12:38:30 PM hydrix
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It all starts in 1987. A company called Hot-B sees how well [[VideoGame/DragonQuest a certain little RPG]] is doing sales-wise, and decides they want in on that action. Taking inspiration from a PC RPG they made some time back, Hot-B hired a low budget company called Another. Another itself only consisted of one guy named ''Nayuki Moroshima'', who created a science-fiction RPG known as ''Hoshi wo Miru Hito'', translating as ''Stargazers''. It's the gripping tale of a dystopian future, where [[AIIsACrapshoot an evil supercomputer known as Crew III]] has brainwashed the last of the Earth's population into subservient slaves, slowly driving themselves to extinction without realizing it. The only people immune to the treacherous computer's mind control are Psychics, who are quickly captured and killed by the computer's team of bounty hunters, the Death Psychics. All would be lost... were it not for the fact four psychics remain, four children with great power who are the only line of defense standing against the evil computer.

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It all starts in 1987. A company called Hot-B sees how well [[VideoGame/DragonQuest a certain little RPG]] is doing sales-wise, and decides they want in on that action. Taking inspiration from a PC RPG they made some time back, Hot-B hired a low budget company called Another. Another itself only consisted of one guy named ''Nayuki Moroshima'', Moroshima'' (as listed [[http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Another here]]), who created a science-fiction RPG known as ''Hoshi wo Miru Hito'', translating as ''Stargazers''. It's the gripping tale of a dystopian future, where [[AIIsACrapshoot an evil supercomputer known as Crew III]] has brainwashed the last of the Earth's population into subservient slaves, slowly driving themselves to extinction without realizing it. The only people immune to the treacherous computer's mind control are Psychics, who are quickly captured and killed by the computer's team of bounty hunters, the Death Psychics. All would be lost... were it not for the fact four psychics remain, four children with great power who are the only line of defense standing against the evil computer.
18th Jun '15 12:36:45 PM hydrix
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It all starts in 1987. A company called Hot-B sees how well [[VideoGame/DragonQuest a certain little RPG]] is doing sales-wise, and decides they want in on that action. Taking inspiration from a PC RPG they made some time back, Hot-B hired a low budget company called Another. Another itself only consisted of one guy named Nayuki Moroshima, who created a science-fiction RPG known as ''Hoshi wo Miru Hito'', translating as ''Stargazers''. It's the gripping tale of a dystopian future, where [[AIIsACrapshoot an evil supercomputer known as Crew III]] has brainwashed the last of the Earth's population into subservient slaves, slowly driving themselves to extinction without realizing it. The only people immune to the treacherous computer's mind control are Psychics, who are quickly captured and killed by the computer's team of bounty hunters, the Death Psychics. All would be lost... were it not for the fact four psychics remain, four children with great power who are the only line of defense standing against the evil computer.

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It all starts in 1987. A company called Hot-B sees how well [[VideoGame/DragonQuest a certain little RPG]] is doing sales-wise, and decides they want in on that action. Taking inspiration from a PC RPG they made some time back, Hot-B hired a low budget company called Another. Another itself only consisted of one guy named Nayuki Moroshima, ''Nayuki Moroshima'', who created a science-fiction RPG known as ''Hoshi wo Miru Hito'', translating as ''Stargazers''. It's the gripping tale of a dystopian future, where [[AIIsACrapshoot an evil supercomputer known as Crew III]] has brainwashed the last of the Earth's population into subservient slaves, slowly driving themselves to extinction without realizing it. The only people immune to the treacherous computer's mind control are Psychics, who are quickly captured and killed by the computer's team of bounty hunters, the Death Psychics. All would be lost... were it not for the fact four psychics remain, four children with great power who are the only line of defense standing against the evil computer.
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