First Samurai video game
First Samurai game
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First Samurai

A 2D action-platforming game that begins in a mystical representation of feudal Japan but travels all over time. It was originally released on European home computers, though the 1993 SNES port by Kemco was published in all regions.

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A 2D action-platforming game that begins in a mystical representation of feudal Japan but travels all over time. It was originally released on European home computers, though the 1993 SNES port by Kemco was published in all regions.. The First Samurai is a platform game that involves the player on a quest as the first samurai in the history of ancient Japan to survive in a world of evil and rival swordsmen.
First Release November 30, 1991
Last Release November 30, 2010
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