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Tenchi Sōzō (Japan)
Singleplayer is one player
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Long ago, the battle between Light and Dark caused devestating results and wiped out all life. Well, except for one village, the village of Crysta. Here lives one boy, Ark, that one day opens a box that's been closed for eons and unleashes the Dark freezing most of the last remaining people. To save them, he needs to travel to five different towers to resurrect the planet and unfreeze his loved ones. The game is very Zelda-like, with real-time combat and dungeons with puzzles to solve, and equipment and magic to utilize.
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