Tatsujin is a classic arcade game that was released for the Turbografx-16 in Japan in 1990. The game is a one-player game that pits the player against the computer. The goal of the game is to score as many points as possible by hitting balls into pockets on the screen. The game is played on a horizontal screen and the player can control the direction and speed of the balls by using the joystick.
Tatsujin for TurboGrafx 16
The story of Tatsujin is one of mystery and adventure. The game begins with the player’s character, Tatsuya, waking up in a hospital with no memory of who he is or how he got there. All he knows is that he’s a skilled video game player and he’s determined to find out what happened to him and why he was hospitalized. As Tatsuya begins to piece together his past, he discovers that he’s a part of a secret gaming society known as the Tower of Druaga. The society is dedicated to playing the ancient game Druaga, which is said to be the most difficult video game in the world. Tatsuya soon realizes that he’s the only one who can save the society from a powerful enemy who is trying to destroy it. In order to do this, Tatsuya must travel to different locations and play through challenging levels in order to save the society and find out the truth about Druaga..