From: Paul (more)
Comments: That's just some ignorant shit below...You can't technically "kill" ghosts with swords, but both they and demons can be effectively banished from the mortal realm with edged weapons if you know what you're doing. You either need an enchanted blade that was manufactured for the purpose, or you need to prepare the blade with a spirtually suitable oil.
From: BluBlaDe (more)
Comments: Can we have sex with Demons without getting disgusting diseases?
From: Phil Donovan (more)
Comments: Forgive the lateness of this reply, Rob, but in answer to your query it has to be said that your doubts are, indeed, correct: demons and their ilk cannot be killed by a sword or any other earthly weapon. Things are not, however, quite as cut and dry as they may seem. Demons can, in fact, be scared off or intimidated by such aggressive human actions, though exactly why this is so remains a mystery.
From: Rain (more)
Comments: Quite a good side scrolling hack n slash for the sms. I can't remember if i ever passed the last boss though.
From: BluBlaDe (more)
Comments: I have nothing to say about this super awesome game. Everything is really fun, the controls are a bit hard at first but after a few try you get the hang off it pretty quick and it is a really fun game. Although that damn practice to obtain that talisman thing is near impossible without save state abuse.
From: Rob (more)
Comments: Could you really kill a demon with a sword? Ditto for flaming skulls...
From: Danny (more)
Comments: One of the last games I got for my SMS. I always thought it looked really cool, but when I actually played it, it was pretty disappointing. Not bad, really, just not that good.
From: Paul (more)
Comments: Never had this game when I was a kid; played it several year ago via an emulator and didn't really have the patience to play it very much. In other words, I didn't like it, but I bet I would have when I was younger.
From: Swift (more)
Comments: MALINDA RICHAR , I can undertsand that you have problems playing Alex Kidd ( which version ... ? ), but why do you put your request here? :s
From: MALINDA RICHAR (more)
Comments: I NEED HELP WITH ALEX KIDD
From: mikey (more)
Comments: this game was unreal cant wait to play it again when its here from ebay. going to get nicely toasted and pretend im a little kid again.
From: Classic Comment (more)
Comments: 2005-02-15 From: the voices!!!! (more) Comments: you are close to the answers you seek. do not let the grasping wastrels slow you down, you've come too far now. the great Pongo is smiling down on us both. he knows their lies best of all. his righteous anger is soon to be unleashed upon the surface of this world like a prolapsed uterus
From: Classic Comment (more)
Comments: 2005-02-15 From: pondermuffin (more) Comments: Perhaps, bet alas, it is too soon. Bide your time. Bathe your squid, and it will grow stronger.
From: Classic Comment (more)
Comments: 2004-11-27 From: the voices!!!! (more) Comments: such a tidy explanation you offer, but what of the ainu?? did you even think of that?
From: Stimie (more)
Comments: I love fighting games! They kick ass much ass as the people in the game kick if they kicked you kickty kick kick
From: Josh (more)
Comments: Almost as good as it gets.
From: flexiblewang (more)
Comments: 2 years?!!! WTF eBay my friend!
From: Rafael Saracchi (more)
Comments: The Best game of SMS, i hunted this game for two years... beter than any game from NES. Kenseiden and Master System forever !!!
From: Luiz Querino (more)
Comments: I am a guy who actually had a Nintendo clone system (the horrible and bad marketed Phantom System, by Gradiente of Brazil) back in the late 80s, but secretly always wished to have a Master System, like my best (and most intelligent) friends...But my parents would kill me if I had told them I wanted another videogame...And Kenseiden was always one the best. Thankfully, I make my own money now, and Tec Toy, a company from Brazil, is selling the amazing Master System 3 Collection, with 105 games in memory, including Kenseiden. I bought one, and can say that now, sixteen years late, I am finally fulfilled!
From: djogo (more)
Comments: I asked my father for After Burner as a present for Xmas, and he came along with that for my deception.... and soon for my rejoice. The first game i've ever finished! But nowadays, I finish it without any difficulty, I remember it as being almost unbeatable those days... great music! great art! and the honour to be trained by PAI MEI in four levels!!! =)
From: Bastard (more)
Comments: Quit posting just your name, you prick. By the way, this game is way overrated. The control is just terrible. Fuck you, Kenseiden.
From: hida (more)
From: Bruno Castro (more)
Comments: This is the best Master System game I played in my life! But don´t had a sequence.. :( But... Then... I´m Making a sequence in The Click Team´s TGF (The Games Factory) Engine and I´m making the music with square waves like a really 8 bit game! Perfect! When I finish the fist level I´ll upload that to my homepage. When I make this I´ll post here again and publish the link! Este é o melhor jogo de Master System que eu já joguei em toda a minha vida. O samurai Hayato é muito foda! Embora eu não consiga entender os sprites de alguns inimigos, acho os gráficos maravilhosos. As músicas são perfeitas! Esse jogo é tudo de bom! Alguém deveria fazer um remake desse jogo pra Playstation 2 ou X-Box, ou até pra Pc né... Mas mais trabalhado! E em 2D cheio de efeitos de luz nas porradas! Como Guilty Gear por exemplo. Pena que esse jogo não teve uma continuação... Mas... Estou fazendo uma continuuação na engine do TGF (The Games Factory) da Clickteam. Estou fazendo as músicas com instrumentos square wave, e está ficando igualzinho aos clássicos jogos de 8 bits. Quando eu terminar de construir a primeira fase, eu vou fazer um upload dela pra galera baixar. Eu vou avisar aki quando o link estiver pronto!
From: lylth (more)
Comments: This game takes me back, i still have this game, though its been packed-away, its only to keep it safe from younger brats from harming my precious game.
From: Valentine (more)
Comments: I played almost everyday. I even drew pictures of these characters.
From: marc the dark (more)
Comments: was the first game i have bought when i was nine years old. so guess i dont have o explaine what it means to me. i have spent hours in front of it untill i finally killed the last boss.
From: Carlos Renato (more)
Comments: Portuguese language - Joguei muito quando possuia o master system, foi um dos melhores jogos para este console.
From: Freddix (more)
Comments: A great Game I played many hours with and never finished it :'(
From: chrizzz (more)
Comments: Very nice game :D only i don't know how to defeat that big
giant (the last boss in the Edo castle) I hit his head several times but his lifebar wo'nt reduce... :(
From: Ro (more)
Comments: This is one of Sega's best hack-'n'-slash games. In the Jap version, the Ninja had brownish gold hair.
From: Dok (more)
Comments: Great game with great graphics, sound and gameplay. Although it seems to become more and more difficult with the years...or is it just me who lacks playing skills ?
From: Roberto Roberte (more)
Comments: Spanish people have the worst language ever.
From: dsm1588 (more)
Comments: BEST GAME EVER
From: Adol (more)
Comments: I played thanks to a friend to this game. And I still can remember the great stuff I done with Hyato. I love this game, really.
From: zentimer (more)
Comments: I played this game in the late eighties when it came out and loved the graphics. I also know of an an import version in Japanese. The graphics and the different sets of attacks later in the game are what makes this game a classic.
From: Drakillya (more)
Comments: This game is maaaaaaaaaaaad I just got it yesterday for $5 & it even came with the alex kidd book to wierd!
From: mefistofoles (more)
Comments: tudo que vem da sega nao presta no japao berco dos jogos eletronicos nem se ouve falar em master system ainda mais keiseden ,muito ruim,nintendo e melhor .... nintendo the best,, ib back ahuahahua
From: mab (more)
Comments: searched for it 10 years later ,found it for $5, played solidly for a week and beat it (+ training levels). Holds up beautifully - most fun SMS game i ever played. YAY!
From: Cyborg Hunter (more)
Comments: With games like Kenseiden, it\'s sad to picture the SMS losing against the NES. This game had excellent graphics, music, and a tough (but fun) quest. A unique action game with hardly any match, it\'s sort of like Onimusha before its time.
From: Leandro David (more)
Comments: The BEST action game ever!! Why doesn\'t it have a sequence?
From: B (more)
Comments: I got this game today, February 9, 2002. I am hooked!
From: b0o (more)
Comments: the best game ever !!!
From: twat (more)
Comments: this game is pants,it wasnt b4, but it is now like all things they go out of date, if i sound anoying thats because im trying very hard to be. oh and i fancied donkey kongs sister, is that healthy to have feelings for hairy ape women that wear lipstick around all orifices?
From: _chad_ (more)
Comments: What can i say? This game gives me memories. It would be cool to see a sequel sometime.... I love this game.
From: Doc (more)
Comments: This game ruled! You play the role of a bad ass Samurai demon slayer. The enemies were fresh and original. It had secrets, new techniques, and hard balls to the wall practice levels! Everything about this game was great for it's time! Oh yeah, Satanic Demon Spider Monkeys rule!
From: Rizzo (more)
Comments: WHERE CAN I FIND THIS GAME!!!?
From: TIM DAVIS (more)
Comments: WITH OUT A DOUBT THE MOST UNDERATED SMS GAME OUT THERE, A COOL FINAL BOSS, AND A DIFFCULTY THAT DROVE YOU CRAZY. IT VERY RARE NOW I GUESS, NEVER A SEQUEL OR ANYTHING, THIS COULD HAVE BEEN SEGAS CASTLEVANIA!
From: Kimbal (more)
Comments: A very good sms action games, make good use of the master system, good sound/controls and the best i think would be, it allow us to use new technique. it's too bad that this game haven't newer version
From: Super Vash (more)
Comments: Flaming Skulls... Bouncing eyeballs... Big statues of Buddah... and a giant moth giving birth to big blue carnivorous maggots. I'm glad my dad thought this game was suitable for an 8 year old. P.S. two headed, firebreathing, giant caterpillars and giant club wielding middle-easterners with blocks on their feet will give your child nightmares for a VERY long time
From: themoodykid (more)
Comments: This is a very tough game, but rewarding as it takes loads of skill. What I loved was the atmosphere in it. If I played it again now I'm sure it wouldn't be as immersive, but at the time I really felt like I was in feudal Japan.
From: GroooveMasta (more)
Comments: ah.. Kenseiden, one of the greaters games ever. and liked said one of the hardest... I still remeber my bleeding tumbs... and of course the fact that my brother beating the game the second time he playd it...
From: Vanderhuge (more)
Comments: Ah, the memories. I remember struggling in vain against the floating blue skull of death and getting my ass handed to me by the huge guy with the metal club, not to mention shrieking and running away from the rolling blue pumpkins, the burning wagon-wheel, and the face-humping monkey demons. Come to think of it, this was a pretty weird game. The plot of the game is, of course, nonexistent. Some evil demons took over Japan one night while everyone else was getting drunk off fermented codfish-tequila or whatever, and the only survivor was your character, Hyato. You have to cross the country and wipe out all the demons. A deeper, more complex plot, I have never seen. The use of the Japanese setting and mythology was a great idea, and lends a sort of dark atmosphere that few games have. Maybe Metroid and Castlevania are comparable, and maybe this is even better. There are a lot of weird monsters and creatures here, and the bosses are tough. I remember freaking out when the second boss kept clubbing me do death with his mace. I later learned a valuable hint: even fat mutant bastards like him have vulnerable groins. Go for the jewels, and you can't lose. One interesting feature of the game were the "training rounds", or as I knew them, the "catch these arrows with your face" rounds, where, in theory, you could earn more health and items that would carry from level to level. Not that I ever actually passed them. The end of the game I wouldn't spoil, but it consists of two bosses- a wizard who looks like Noheart, and a big skull-face thing in fruity-looking red armour. When you beat them, you get a sort of Clint Eastwood lone-gun type of ending; it's pretty cool. And it's Shakespeare compared to the ending of, oh, say, Fantasy Zone. Kenseiden's sound effects were good, and the music was perfect. Catchy, Japanese-sounding and well-orchestrated. It would lend itself well to remixing, if you wanted to be a l33t underground SMS music guy. This and Wonderboy 3 are quite possibly the best games that the SMS ever had.
From: Ipojuca Dias (more)
Comments: One of my favorite!!!!!!!!!
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From: Dave (more)
Comments: Hard as hell but pretty and satisfying. Emulate it to live and get other techniques.
From: Breck! (more)
Comments: Kenseiden was my first SMS game. I bought it in Febrary/March 1991, when the SMS was something really new to me. Every game I played seemed to be a masterpiece and could hold me for hours, and hours, and hours. I loved Kenseiden just like I loved any other SMS game. Now, 10 years later, I look at it and I realize it's really a fantastic game, not something that just looked nice because I was used to play Atari 2600 games. The graphics, the music, the variety of enemies, the abilities you get defeating the bosses... Kenseiden has what today's games doesn't have: personality. It's intelligent, beautiful, challenging and extremelly captivating. Probably the best game developed exclusivelly for the SMS.
From: hawk (more)
Comments: this game is fantastic!!!!
From: Daniel (more)
Comments: Very good!!!
From: segacollection. (more)
Comments: Good platformer. I like its bosses, music and it has got enough levels to keep you going.. Segacollection.com
From: DHL (more)
Comments: One of SEGA'S best! Great game play. One of my favorites. Tough game but at least you're getting a challenge out it!
From: Enrique (more)
Comments: Un juego que roza la perfección en todos los sentidos, con la mejor música creada para un juego de 8 bits
From: prince bludnyte (more)
Comments: kenseiden truly was one of the great games of its time. the music was very nice and i liked the amount of enemies. even if you go back they were everywhere. the hardest part were those freakin' training levels. the only easy one was the one at the bottom after defeating the mummy. all the others were a pain. i loved the bosses. they really challenged you, especially the last thing. i don't know what it is. i just called it a she-male. but he/she really was tough. i was disappointed in warlock. but i busted up his balls. but the new moves you learned along the way surely came in handy. for as hard as it was it did give you a lot of opportunities and a lot of health. but you needed it for the difficulty of this game. rock on kenseiden. it also had one of the coolest endings you can see for an 8-bit game. very well put together. you deserves an honorable 10 Hayoto!
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From: snold (more)
Comments: One of my favorite games for the SMS. Good music, cool moves and you could choose your path through the game so you didn't have to beat every level to win.
From: L (more)
Comments: Simply an awesome game. A challenge to beat and realistic moves. The storyline was smart and an abosulute must have if you're a die hard SEGA fan.
From: falz (more)
Comments: This game had me going for hours- The music was cool, and the gameplay was good. I recall it being quite difficult though. After a few levels, it just got too hard.