Zan: Yasha Enbukyoku

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Zan: Yasha Enbukyoku
Zan: Yasha Enbukyoku
Cover art of Zan: Yasha Enbukyoku
Developer(s) Wolf Team[1]
Publisher(s) Wolf Team[1]
Director(s) Kiyoharo Goto[2]
Producer(s) Masahiro Akishino[2]
Designer(s) Shunji Sekizuka[2]
Composer(s) Motoi Sakuraba
Platform(s) NEC PC-8801, NEC PC-9801, Sega Mega Drive[1]
Release date(s) PC-88
  • JP September 4, 1990
Sega Mega Drive
  • JP March 29, 1991
Genre(s) Strategy[1]
Mode(s) Single player
Distribution 4-megabit cartridge

Zan: Yasha Enbukyoku (斬 夜叉円舞曲?, "Zan Yasha Waltz") is a strategy video game that makes noble yaksha warriors go up against malevolent demons.[1] There is a neutral party made of other Japanese generals and rulers.[1] Units must be deployed for both protection and attack.[1] Natural disasters occur on a random basis, and diplomacy doesn't always work, so that combat is the main feature.[1]

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