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Jaseiken Necromancer

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Jaseiken Necromancer
Publisher: Hudson Soft
Developer:
System(s): PC Engine, Virtual Console (Wii)
Genre: RPG































Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
PC Engine
JP
¥4,500 HC62005



Virtual Console JP 600 points ?



Wii U Virtual Console
JP
¥600 ?



PlayStation 3 JP (Download) ¥? ?




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Jaseiken Necromancer (邪聖剣ネクロマンサー), sometimes known simply as Necromancer (though unrelated to a different Necromancer, released for Atari 8-bit computers and the Commodore 64 in 1983) is an RPG released for the PC Engine in early 1988.

Production credits

First Unit (Program Team)
  • Original Scenario: T.Takebe
  • Program: T.Takebe, Sada
  • Character Design: A.Sekiguchi, Megunta
  • Title: Coro Chan, Megunta
  • Map Editor: I.Sakurada, A.Sekiguchi
  • Monster Animation: Coro Chan
  • Sound Editor: Lamia
  • Music: A.Chikuma
  • Tools: Nakaji
  • System Support: Italab
  • Technical Adviser: Take Chan
Second Unit (Scenario Team)
  • Scenario: Riku Sanjyo
  • Game Adviser: Tyrell Tuji
  • Supervisor: Ayumi Kano
  • Monster Adviser: Kitamakura
  • Support: CBM
  • Map Support: Momo Chan
  • Special thanks to: H.R.Giger, Nakahara, Kuroda, Chiba, Tuji Corp., R.Yumimura, K.Sugita, S.Matushige
Hudson Soft
Source: In-game credits (JP)


Magazine articles

Main article: Jaseiken Necromancer/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

PC Engine version

PC Engine, JP
JaseikenNecromancer PCE JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
JaseikenNecromancer PCE JP Card.jpg
Card

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
PC Engine
 ?
CRC32 53109AE6
MD5 6E6A1D3C2119B88C42D6CC516C71CDBA
SHA-1 49B4122EA576A7C1C8D1AE2C5BF627E550367246
262,144 Card (JP)
PC Engine
CRC32 32C950BE
MD5 7A87AEB137A1744C7A1ECEAB4E785C56
SHA-1 C8EFF40FEA012983D383ABFFA47A953A1A217334
262,144 Card (JP) Virtual Console

External links

  • Jaseiken Necromancer on Nintendo eShop (Wii U): JP

References