Cute Namco Famicom Game Hides Scathing Message

By Spencer . September 7, 2009 . 11:00am

Programmers hide Easter Eggs all of the time, but not as biting as the hidden message in Erika to Satoru no Yumebouken. Whoever wrote this must have been vexed while working at Atlus, the developer of the dream adventure.

 

Here’s a look at the caustic “secret” ending, in Japanese.

 

 

Magweasling did an excellent job translating the ending that starts with…

 

Mmm, that’s a nostalgic song playing. Those were good times. Meanwhile, who the hell are these people with this project? I’m so glad it’s over. You think it’s nothing but good memories? Hell no! Let’s use this space to give out some thanks.

 

First off, Kaoru Ogura, who ran off with some guy in the middle of the project. Yes, you, you bastard. Don’t show up at the office without showering after having sex 6 times the previous night.

 

It only gets better from there so head on over to Magweasling to read the rest.


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  • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

    Stuff like this doesn’t slip in through the cracks nowadays, does it? I assume it’s because the hacking scene is so prevalent, developers figure any easter eggs will be found in no time. And of course, controversial stuff nowadays tends to have more severe consequences.

    Then again, no one’s found that Mega Man 9 thing Seth Killian keeps talking about.

    • AllenSmithee

      But Megaman 9 is a download game which I guess is harder to observe hacking for? I mean, it is different to, say, rip it from a disc, y’know?

      I heard of this a while ago, and think it is very funny. That guy is one angry dood. Interesting the lengths he went to, it is almost artistic the pure rage he shows.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/xxHiryuuxx Hiryuu

    Wow, this a game I never thought I’d hear about in a gaming blog.

    One of the best N106 OSTs out there outside of Megami Tensei 2. ATLUS/Namco was big on that use.

  • Joanna

    thanks for posting. this made my day, er evening. :D

  • http://twitter.com/matty_125 matty

    Wow, 6 times? It’s funny, but I noticed in eroge games the characters almost always takes a shower BEFORE getting jiggy with it. I never understood that…

    I love how he adds “yes, you, you bastard”. I wonder if his foes ever did read his message.

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