THE KING OF QUIZ
QUIZ AVENUE
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(c)1990 NEC Avenue
Release : 1991-02-15 (•5800)
CDRom≤ NSCD5018
Quiz / Adventure game

Quiz Avenue is a Role Playing/Quiz game by Nec Avenue. Two play modes are available - The first one, called Quest, is a solo adventure where the player goes on a journey to rescue the King's daughter. The game is divided into several areas (forest, lake, mountains...) and each one of them is guarded by a monster. But here, as you would have guessed, fights are not the usual style. Players must answer a series of questions put to them by the various foes. A list of possible answers appear on screen and he must promptly pick up the right answer. Failing to do so, or at least during the given rounds, will mean certain defeat. However, victory will get him to carry on his quest and get to the next area, where more monsters and more quiz await for him. The game also counts a Party mode where multiple players (up to five!) can enjoy a quiz game against each other. Players really need a strong knowledge of Japanese (and Japanese culture) due to the text-heavy nature of the game.
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Quiz Avenue is the first episode of a series of Quiz games released by Nec Avenue for the PC Engine system. Quiz Avenue has some nice graphics and animations, and the game's concept itself is pretty simple and unique, and the gameplay relatively easy to learn. But we are dealing here with a Japanese quiz game. So first of all, you have to perfectly understand (should I say 'master') the language. Then, even if you do, you have to be fairly familiar with the Japanese culture as some questions are based around it. Then, even if you are fluent in all of this, we are back to the main point - it is a quiz game and the light (really light) adventure elements do not really add a lot to the game's overall low entertainment values.




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