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  1. Little Lovers: She So Game is a board game style spin-off to the Little Lovers franchise where a group of four players compete to win the affection of one of six high school girls over the course of three in-game years. It was developed by OeRSTED and published by NTT for the PlayStation exclusively in Japan on September 2, 1999.
  2. Sega Saturn Magazine was a magazine published by Soft Bank from 1994 to 1998. It focused on the Sega Saturn. It succeeded Beep! MegaDrive at some point in 1995. It later became Dreamcast Magazine.
  3. kitsunebi77

    Friends (Japan)

    Friends is a dating sim for the Sega Saturn developed and published by Fairytale exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) April 8, 1999
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  17. Beast Warriors is an isometric fighting game for the Mega Drive developed by Riot and published in Japan by Telenet Japan. It was released on the Genesis in the US as Beast Wrestler. Released: (JP) November 29, 1991
  18. christian

    Exile

    Exile is an action RPG for the Mega Drive developed by Riot and published by Telenet Japan. Released: December 6, 1991
  19. Maō Renjishi is a fighting game for the Mega Drive developed by Kid Corps. and published in Japan by Taito. It was released on the Genesis in the US as Mystical Fighter. Released: (JP) October 25, 1991 Runark is a beat-em-up platform game for the Mega Drive developed and published in Japan by Taito. It was released on the Genesis in the US as Growl. Released: (JP) November 5, 1991
  20. Sorcer Kingdom is a strategy RPG for the Mega Drive developed by Technical Wave and published in Japan by Masaya. It was released on the Genesis in the US as Sorcerer's Kingdom. Released: (JP) February 7, 1992