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is a dating sim video game developed and published by Konami.

The first game in the Tokimeki Memorial series, it was first released on the PC Engine in May 1994.

I’ll get there eventually) that the original series was not only a lot more violent than the version we saw (with decapitations etc aplenty) but also a lot grimmer, more depressing and positively melancholic in tone than the Western bastardisation of it... Although I do recall flapping around and pretending to be him when I was nine years old.

What was happening was that the stories were being rewritten and softened in tone by the American distributors who were also recording new vocals in English, to match their new stories.

Even so, the lead in sequence is timed just right and before long we have G-Force in action... The six minutes to save Tokyo at the end seems to expand out for over 20 minutes in real time while the characters monologue like crazy with each other, so that was annoying. It could maybe have done with a little re-editing and rewriting in the dialogue scenes and the addition of one other action set piece or two but, all in all, it held my attention and it did have a spectacular kind of feel to it.

locking hands and swooping in a circle to kick alien butt, just like they used to in the opening titles of the Battle Of The Planets cartoon show. I was really happy just seeing these characters, who even looked a lot like the original animated versions out of costume too, mixing it up with a load of wirework which was very reminiscent of the action style of the source material. Also, the twist reveal with one of the characters is telegraphed a mile off but... I was disappointed that the music from the original show wasn’t used but, saying that, the score in this does have the same kind of vibe and I don’t think some of it would have seemed out of place if it had been included in the original cartoon.

Back around about 1978/79, I used to get home from school some week nights and watch my favourite cartoon show, Battle Of The Planets.

Tokimeki Memorial was first released for the PC Engine's Super CD-ROM² System on May 27, 1994.

It was directed by Yoshiaki Nagata, with Koji Igarashi working on scenario writing.

So if you ant to see some, not too tightly balanced but thoroughly entertaining mayhem...

it’s time to transmute and give this one a spin, methinks.

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