Tengai Makyou SHIN DEN [Model NGM-092]
A 23-year-old SNK Neo-Geo MVS Cart. by Hudson Soft.
Emulated in MAME !
Information for the following ROM(s): kabukikl
Tengai Makyou SHIN DEN © 1995 Hudson Soft.
Japanese swordplay fighting game with 8 selectable characters and 4 end-bosses and random bonus items appearing in the playfield. A notable effort that has been overlooked by the arcade fighter community.
Runs on the SNK "Neo-Geo MVS" hardware.
Game ID : NGM-092
[SNK MVS Neo-Geo Controls]
2 players - 4 buttons per player.
[Joystick] 8-way, [A] Weak Attack [B] Medium Attack [C] Weak Kick [D] Medium Kick
Tengai Makyou SHIN DEN was released in June 1995 in Japan.
The title od this game translates from Japanese as 'Region Beyond Heaven - The New Legend'
This game is known outside Japan as 'Far East of Eden - Kabuki Klash'.
Tengai Makyou SHIN DEN is Hudson's first game developed and released for the Neo-Geo MVS. This game is based in the world of the 'Far East of Eden' RPG series which has appeared on many console platforms.
Pony Canyon / Scitron released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Tengai Makyou SHIN DEN - G.S.M. 1500 / PCCB-00191) on 17/11/1995.
Executive producers : Tadahiro Nakano
, Hiroshi Igaro
Producer : Takafumi Horio
Director : Osamu Kimura
System support : Mikio Ueyama
Graphic designer : Torajiro Tsujino
Sound director : Shigeaki Irie
Sound composers : Masaaki Nishizawa
, Kennosuke Suemura
, Eisaku Nanbu
Sound engineer : Sudou Hirokazu
Sound effect : Gen
Programmers : SP.R22
Object designers : A. Ono
, M. Kusanagi
, S. Ootomo
, H. Ando
Scroll designers : Kizarin
Total planner : Oyabun
Project manager : Masa
Examiner : Hebisan
Manjimaru Sengoku : Kazu Ikura
Ziria : Mitsuo Iwata
Danjuro Kabuki : Kappei Yamaguchi
Yagumo : Ai Orikasa
Kinu : Azumi Inoue
Tsunade : Hiroko Emori
Taro Gokuraku : Shoichiro Akaboshi
Orochimaru : Kaneto Shiozawa
Manto Ace : Shigeru Chiba
Jyashinsai, Lucifeller : Seizou Katou
Special Thanks: Tomonori Matsunaga
, Syuichiro Nishiya
, Kenji Fukuya
[JP] SNK Neo-Geo CD (Nov.1995) [Model NGCD-092]