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Kendo Rage

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Kendo Rage
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Affect
Seta U.S.A., Datam Polystar
Action
Cartridge
Game controller
Super Famicom and SNES
Retail Features
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Main Credits
Tom Shizuma
Takahiro Wakuta
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
1993
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Super Famicom
January 221993[1]
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Kendo Rage, known in Japan as Makeruna! Makendō (負けるな!魔剣道), is a video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System by Datam Polystar. Seta U.S.A. created the English version.

The original Japanese version of the game stars a girl named Mai Tsurugino (剣野 舞 Tsurugino Mai?). A spirit detective named Doro (ドロ) finds Mai and asks her to help him attack monsters.

In the English-language version of the game, an American girl named Josephine "Jo" goes to Japan to attend a summer kendo school. Her personal trainer, Osaki "Bob" Yoritomo ("Doro" in the Japanese version) asks her to fight monsters on the way to school.

A sequel was made on the Super Famicom and PlayStation and subsequently named Makeruna! Makendō 2, but plays as a head-to-head fighting game. An RPG named Makeruna! Makendō Z was released for the PC-FX.

There was also an Anime OVA based on the game called"Don't Lose Makendo" which follows more closer to the original Japanese version of the game which features both Mai and her younger sister Hikari (the main character from the second game)[citation needed]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Release date. GameFAQs. Retrieved on 2008-07-24