A rather unique RPG that was, surprisingly enough, brought over to America, Inindo is a game that takes place in the Sengoku Era of Japan. Your town has been destroyed by Oda's invading armies, and it's your job to kill him before 1601 (though that would technically be just prior to the Tokugawa Shogunate).
You recruit a bunch of NPCs to survive dungeons and large scale battles, using such methods as talking with them at Tea Houses and Inns. There are strategy and war simulation elements, such as helping to take over territory for feudal lords, which you'll need because the only way to get to Nobunaga is by conquering territory.
It's a very underrated, underappreciated gem on the Super NES, and I hope someone does a longplay of it.
Edited by AMReese on 06-04-2014 12:07, 8 years ago
i remember that game i used to own it back in the days. It's another underrated game. Besides, i'll look into it since many longplayers don't do a many rpgs As i do :P
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