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Sega Channel - History
... The service would provide them with unlimited access to 50 games, selectable through an on-screen menu, with new games appearing every month ... could also be accessed through a separate help menu download ... minutes), gameplay was terminated, and the player was returned to the menu ...
Secret Of Mana
... game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System developed and published by Square in 1993 ... Rather than using the traditional turn-based battle system of games like Final Fantasy, Secret of Mana utilizes real-time battles akin to the Legend of Zelda series, while ... for its brightly colored graphics, expansive plot, "Ring Command" menu system, innovative real-time battle system, modified Active Time Battle meter adapted for real-time action, its innovative cooperative ...
Adventure Game - History - Graphical Development - Early Japanese Adventures (1982–1986)
... unrelated to (but inspired by) the On-Line Systems game of the same name ... released an enhanced remake of On-Line Systems' Mystery House with more realistic art work and depiction of blood ... in a generally open world, a branching dialogue conversation system where the story develops through entering commands and receiving responses from other characters, and making ...

Famous quotes containing the words system and/or menu:

    You and I ... are convinced of the fact that if our Government in Washington and in a majority of the States should revert to the control of those who frankly put property ahead of human beings instead of working for human beings under a system of government which recognizes property, the nation as a whole would again be in a bad situation.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)

    Any moral philosophy is exceedingly rare. This of Menu addresses our privacy more than most. It is a more private and familiar, and at the same time, a more public and universal word, than is spoken in parlor or pulpit nowadays.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)