JASTerpiece Sale Now Open on JAST Store For This Weekend; Hanachirasu, Muramasa, Majikoi, Steins;Gate And Other Classics Included

JAST has started the last Build Your Backlog sale on JAST Store. For the last wekeend of May, they picked a few classics that are highly regarded as classics, giving them the title of JASTerpiece. It sounds like someone had a good time coming up with that pun.

The list of discounted titles includes the following games:

  • Gore Screaming Show – A horror title from Black Cyc about a boy going back to his countryside hometown, meeting a mysterious girl and having a horrible, horrible time filled with madness and despair;
  • Full Metal Daemon Muramasa – As warrior Minato Kageaki, challenge great evils in an epic story of samurai and mecha. Just remember “this is not a story of heroes;”
  • Majikoi! Love Me Seriously! – Yamato and his friends attend a prestigious school which has its DNA rooted on martial arts but with some newcomers to their group, new conflict emerges among their chaotic antics;
  • YOU and ME and HER: A Love Story – A tense metastory about a boy, two girls and the consequences of choice;
  • Steins;Gate – A selfproclaimed “mad scientist” in college makes a time machine by mistake and his worst delusions start making more sense than he’d like;
  • Starless: Nymphomaniac’s Paradise – A young man and a pure girl end up working at a mansion of pervert women;
  • Hanachirasu – In an alternate universe Tokyo, two swordsmen with terrible bloodlust will leave nothing but corpses in their wake;
  • Saya no Uta ~ The Song of Saya – In a world of constant decay, a man finds hope in a girl called Saya who becomes his oasis, but who or what is Saya?;
  • Deus Machina Demonbane – Amidst the turmoil of Arkham City, detective Daijuuji Kurou sees himself thrown back into a world of supernatural intrigue to save the city with the robot Demonbane.

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Ivanir Ignacchitti

Random Japanese games are my jam. Handhelds, RPGs, VNs and PC banzai.