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BS Shin Onigashima
- BSShinOnigashima
The title screen for BS Shin Onigashima
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Distributor(s) St.GIGA
Voice actor(s) Ichirō Nagai Ittaisan
Series Shin Onigashima
First Broadcast(s) Sep. 29, 1996(Episode 1)
Oct. 6, 1996 (Episode 2)
Oct. 13, 1996 (Episode 3)
Oct. 20, 1996 (Episode 4)
Hours 17:00-19:00, 25:00-26:00
Download
location(s)
Storyteller's Cabin
Rerun(s) Dec. 2, 1996 - Dec. 28, 1996
Dec. 28, 1997 - Dec. 31, 1997
Required hardware 8M Memory Pack

BS Shin Onigashima (「BS 新・鬼ヶ島」) is a Downloadable 4-part Soundlink game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 2 distinct runs between September 29, 1996 and January 31, 1996. The game was popular and won its December 1997 rebroadcast through the votes of players in the Third Player's Choice competition. The game came in second (in terms of votes) to BS SimCity: Machi Tsukuri Taikai and so it was broadcast second as a 4-day broadcast.

BS Shin Onigashima was a remake sequel to the earlier Shin Onigashima, a game that was released for the Famicom Disk System in September of 1987. The major difference between the two games relate to the SoundLink elements that were introduced for the Satellaview broadcasts.[1][2] BS Shin Onigashima was later re-made in December 1997 as the commercial release, Heisei Shin Onigashima, for the Nintendo Power system. This was later followed-up by the May 1998 Super Famicom cartridge release of the same name.

GameplayEdit

The plot of BS Shin Onigashima comes from the original Shin Onigashima, however it is presented from the perspective of the three animal helpers (dog, monkey, and pheasant) who join the heroes as NPCs during the original game. The game was divided into 4 chapters which were retained for the later Nintendo Power and SFC remake. BS Shin Onigashima makes use of an expanded orchestral score that was broadcast via satellite radio, and in-game narration in the voice of the main-character, Ittaisan, was broadcast via SoundLink between chapters to advance the storyline. The game employs command menu gameplay just as in Shin Onigashima, however in BS Shin Onigashima the option to change character mid-game was removed. Other differences included the addition of platform-style action scenes, and time limits associated with making certain commands.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 KiddoCabbusses. BS Shin Onigashima: Week 1. Satellablog. 29 August 2008.
  2. 2.0 2.1 KiddoCabbusses. BS Shin Onigashima: Week 1. Satellablog. 29 August 2008.
  3. KiddoCabbusses. BS Shin Onigashima Week 2.. Satellablog. 18 October 2008.
  4. KiddoCabbusses. BS Shin Onigashima Week 2.. Satellalog. 18 October 2008.
  5. KiddoCabbusses. BS Shin Onigashima Dai 3 Wanashi. Satellablog. 6 November 2008.
  6. KiddoCabbusses. BS Shin Onigashima Dai 3 Wanashi. Satellablog. 6 November 2008.
  7. KiddoCabbusses. BS Shin Onigashima - the last video.. Satellablog. 6 November 2008.
  8. KiddoCabbusses. BS Shin Onigashima – the last video.. Satellablog. 6 November 2008.

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