Hagane: The Final Conflict

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Hagane: The Final Conflict
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Red Entertainment
Hudson Soft
Action
16-megabit cartridge
SNES and Super Famicom
Virtual Console
Retail Features
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Ratings
This title has been rated KA by the ESRB
Main Credits
Keita Amemiya
Takahito Abe
European Union European Release Date(s)
1994
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
1994
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Super Famicom
November 181994
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Hagane: The Final Conflict is a side-scrolling platform game published by Hudson Soft and developed by Red Entertainment for the Super Nintendo in June 1994. In the United States Hagane was only available at Blockbuster Video stores.

Story[edit | edit source]

From the game's manual:

The Fuma clan possesses extreme strength and spiritual power. They are ninja capable of using ninja arts and black magic at will. Their quest is to protect the Holy Grail. It is said to possess power that can destroy the world. From long ago, the evil Koma clan had plotted to destroy the world using the destructive power of Holy Grail. Suddenly, they attacked the Fuma clan and stole Holy Grail. However, they failed to notice that among the severely wounded, one man survived... On the verge of death, the barely living man known as Hagane was brought back to life by advanced cyber-technology performed by a mysterious old man named Momochi. However, none of Hagane's body survived except his brain... Already a powerful ninja, he now had the incredible power and speed of a human cyborg. With this power, he vowed to take revenge on the Koma faction.
The Fuma and Koma clans who live mainly in darkness have mastered the secret arts of the ninja and black magic. Although they look just like normal people, they have strength and spiritual power beyond normal human beings. Each clan consists of several groups called "factions". The Fuma clan is split into factions based on the Chinese zodiac. For example, the cow, the tiger, and the dragon. The Koma clan is split into factions by color; consisting of the white, the gold and the red dragon. In the case of the Fuma clan, members of a given faction know nothing more about any other factions except that they exist. Their blood lines are cut off from the outside world and are destined to decline.

Re-release[edit | edit source]

The game has been listed on the ESRB's website as being a Virtual Console title.

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