- JP release: 3rd April 1998
- NA release: N/A
- PAL release: N/A
- Developer: Seta
- Publisher: Seta
- N64 Magazine Score: N/A
A sequel to Strongest Habu Shogi, this looks a lot more basic, with a completely 2D interface instead of the 3D tiles and viewpoints of the previous. There are less modes and features as well, however it does have a few advantages.
While it still doesn’t highlight possible locations for moving tiles, trying to move them will move them directly to the next legal position, so you don’t need to be told off for trying an illegal move.
The other significant feature isn’t one I can test. The game cartridge came with a built-in modem, enabling online play against other players in Japan.
As I don’t quite understand the game of Shogi and struggle to remember which tile is what, I can’t really judge this one properly.
Remake or Remaster?
Clubhouse Games on Switch does the job.
Official Ways to get the game
There’s no official way to play Morita Shogi 64
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