Unfinished Japanese PS1 Video Game Completed, Released Twenty Years Later On January 4, 2021 William Stewart Screenshot: Magic Castle In 1998 a tiny team of Japanese developers invested 8 months dealing with a video game called Magic Castle, which they sent off as a pitch to 7 significant authors, including Sony. It never went anywhere , however thanks to emulators and also the efforts of among the initial group, we can currently play it and also appreciate it anyway. Promotion Among the team members, PIROWO, lately found the resource code for the task– produced on Internet Yaroze– and decided to lock up its loose ends and also release it to the public. This game looks awesome as heck, not just for its isometric design, however, for a variety of extremely modern-day touches like a customisable UI and also dynamic music. Advertisement This video is from a VHS the group initially produced back in ’98 to accompany their pitch, which Sony liked, yet after that likewise blew by asking the programmers to desert Magic Castle and go work with something else, which they weren’t extremely keen on doing.For a lot more on the background of the video game, Web Yaroze Europe have an interview with two of the initial programmers where they speak about stuff like exactly how they obtained close to making the video game with an additional”business that creates well-known Japanese RPG’s”,but then that broke down as well.Advertisement G/O Media may obtain a commission You can download the video game right here.