Originally released on the PC-88, J.E.S.U.S.: Kyoufu No Bio Monster was ported to the Nintendo Famicom in 1989. Despite never leaving Japan, this Japanese exclusive text driven RPG has now received a fan translation patch, opening up the mysterious space adventure to English speaking audiences.
The year is 2061. Halley's Comet is darting towards Mars with what appears to be some form of life inside. Musou Hayao, a Japanese soldier-in-training and his girlfriend, Eline Suleyman, amongst many others belonging to this mission set out to investigate the unknown from the space station known as J.E.S.U.S..
J.E.S.U.S.: Kyoufu No Bio Monster plays out in a very similar style to that of the Mega CD classic, Snatcher, featuring a text lead adventure accompanied by anime visuals and cutscenes. The game features music composed by Koichi Sugiyama (Better known for his fantastic work on the Dragon Quest series), who funnily enough managed to sneak the main theme from Dragon Quest onto the original PC-88 version of the game.
Although a fan translation patch was already available for the Nintendo Famicom ROM file, the same team who translated it a few years ago have decided to release this revised and improved version.
J.E.S.U.S.: Kyoufu No Bio Monster Gameplay Video
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