History VideoGame / NazoNoMurasameJo

23rd Sep '17 3:49:35 PM nombretomado
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* NintendoHard: As with most games of [[The8BitEra the era]].

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* NintendoHard: As with most games of [[The8BitEra [[UsefulNotes/The8bitEraOfConsoleVideoGames the era]].
3rd Aug '17 4:52:12 PM rjd1922
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''Nazo no Murasame Jo'' (in English, ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle'') is a medieval Japanese fantasy video game created by Nintendo and released in 1986 as the second original title for the {{UsefulNotes/Famicom}}, after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'', to which it has some resemblance. The game has been occasionally rereleased, eventually coming to Europe and America as well courtesy of the 3DS Virtual Console.

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''Nazo no Murasame Jo'' Jō'' (in English, ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle'') is a medieval Japanese fantasy video game created by Nintendo and released in 1986 as the second original title for the {{UsefulNotes/Famicom}}, after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'', to which it has some resemblance. The game has been occasionally rereleased, eventually coming to Europe and America as well courtesy of the 3DS Virtual Console.
2nd Aug '17 6:14:04 PM nombretomado
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* XMeetsY: Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda with the design philosophy of an arcade game.
29th Jul '17 10:24:49 AM nombretomado
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''Nazo no Murasame Jo'' (in English, ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle'') is a medieval Japanese fantasy video game created by Nintendo and released in 1986 as the second original title for the FamicomDiskSystem, after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'', to which it has some resemblance. The game has been occasionally rereleased, eventually coming to Europe and America as well courtesy of the 3DS Virtual Console.

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''Nazo no Murasame Jo'' (in English, ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle'') is a medieval Japanese fantasy video game created by Nintendo and released in 1986 as the second original title for the FamicomDiskSystem, {{UsefulNotes/Famicom}}, after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'', to which it has some resemblance. The game has been occasionally rereleased, eventually coming to Europe and America as well courtesy of the 3DS Virtual Console.
14th Jun '17 10:49:19 PM gjjones
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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: The ending features a rendition of the "Ode to Joy" from Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 9.
14th Jun '17 10:46:54 PM gjjones
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Despite having only one game in the series (and one that until recently was not released outside of Japan), this game had had a rather interesting legacy. Takamaru featured in the Wii version of ''[[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Samurai Warriors III]]'', which also included a full remake of his game. Takamaru also appeared in ''VideoGame/CaptainRainbow'' as one of the inhabitants of the island, and ''VideoGame/NintendoLand'' has an attraction based off of ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle''. Finally, Takamaru appeared in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' as a Sticker, and he appeared in the fourth game as an Assist Trophy, and music from ''Nazo no Murasamejō'' featured in both games. There's also a Mii costume based on him.

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Despite having only one game in the series (and one that until recently was not released outside of Japan), this game had had a rather interesting legacy. Fuji TV developed a live-action TV drama loosely based on the game with Sanae Jonouchi starring as Kayo and the Snow Princess and Masaki Kyomoto as Seikichi and the White Rabbit/Takamaru. Later, Takamaru was featured in the Wii version of ''[[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Samurai Warriors III]]'', which also included a full remake of his game. Takamaru also appeared in ''VideoGame/CaptainRainbow'' as one of the inhabitants of the island, and ''VideoGame/NintendoLand'' has an attraction based off of ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle''. Finally, Takamaru appeared in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' as a Sticker, and he appeared in the fourth game as an Assist Trophy, and music from ''Nazo no Murasamejō'' featured in both games. There's also a Mii costume based on him.



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24th May '17 4:03:29 PM WolfThunder
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6th Mar '16 6:25:55 AM HotHead1987
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Despite having only one game in the series (and one that until recently was not released outside of Japan), this game had had a rather interesting legacy. Takamaru featured in the Wii version of ''[[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Samurai Warriors III]]'', which also included a full remake of his game. Takamaru also appeared in ''VideoGame/CaptainRainbow'' as one of the inhabitants of the island, and ''VideoGame/NintendoLand'' has an attraction based off of ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle''. Finally, Takamaru appeared in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' as a Sticker, and he appeared in the fourth game as an Assist Trophy, and music from ''Nazo no Murasamejō'' featured in both games.

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Despite having only one game in the series (and one that until recently was not released outside of Japan), this game had had a rather interesting legacy. Takamaru featured in the Wii version of ''[[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Samurai Warriors III]]'', which also included a full remake of his game. Takamaru also appeared in ''VideoGame/CaptainRainbow'' as one of the inhabitants of the island, and ''VideoGame/NintendoLand'' has an attraction based off of ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle''. Finally, Takamaru appeared in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' as a Sticker, and he appeared in the fourth game as an Assist Trophy, and music from ''Nazo no Murasamejō'' featured in both games. There's also a Mii costume based on him.
5th Feb '16 8:04:16 PM Pokelad
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''Nazo no Murasame Jo;'' (in English, ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle'') is a medieval Japanese fantasy video game created by Nintendo and released in 1986 as the second original title for the FamicomDiskSystem, after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'', to which it has some resemblance. The game has been occasionally rereleased, eventually coming to Europe and America as well courtesy of the 3DS Virtual Console.

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''Nazo no Murasame Jo;'' Jo'' (in English, ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle'') is a medieval Japanese fantasy video game created by Nintendo and released in 1986 as the second original title for the FamicomDiskSystem, after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'', to which it has some resemblance. The game has been occasionally rereleased, eventually coming to Europe and America as well courtesy of the 3DS Virtual Console.
27th Dec '15 5:07:23 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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''Nazo no Murasame Jo;'' (in English, ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle'') is a medieval Japanese fantasy video game created by Nintendo and released in 1986 as the second original title for the FamicomDiskSystem, after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda'', to which it has some resemblance. The game has been occasionally rereleased, eventually coming to Europe and America as well courtesy of the 3DS Virtual Console.

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''Nazo no Murasame Jo;'' (in English, ''The Mysterious Murasame Castle'') is a medieval Japanese fantasy video game created by Nintendo and released in 1986 as the second original title for the FamicomDiskSystem, after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda'', ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'', to which it has some resemblance. The game has been occasionally rereleased, eventually coming to Europe and America as well courtesy of the 3DS Virtual Console.
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