David Boscá Albors
Although it is not the country where they were born, Japan is on its own merits the cradle of the video game . Myths like Pac-Man or Space Invaders shaped the industry as we know it, and developers like Nintendo, Irem, Capcom, Konami or Hudson Soft, among many others, contributed to the technological progress of the video game during the 80s and 90s, creating wonderful works that would be exported all over the world. But what about all those titles that never made it out of Japan?
In the second volume of Yabai! , David Boscá continues his journey through the unknown side of the catalog of systems as mythical as the first PlayStation, the Sega Dreamcast or the Neo-Geo Pocket portable , among others. A tour as entertaining as it is exhaustive with which the reader will discover a huge selection of titles that have been on Japanese shelves for years waiting to be enjoyed.
YABAI! VOL. 2 - GRANDES VIDEOJUEGOS QUE SE QUEDARON EN JAPÓN
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