A look at a PS1 game that I’m assuming most people have never heard about, Sony Computer Entertainment and Zest Works’ 1998 action adventure game Wonder Trek.

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Gameplay was captured using the Elgato Game Capture HD, and video/audio was edited using Sony Movie Studio Platinum Suite, Version 12.  Music was used from Getsu Fuuma Den (Konami, Famicom), Castlevania: Harmony of Despair (Konami, Xbox 360), and Genpei Toumaden (Namco, Arcade)

Other games featured in this video are Panzer Dragoon Orta (Sega, Xbox), Juouki: Project Altered Beast (Sega, PS2), Super Mario 3D World (Nintendo, Wii), Ghost in the Shell (SCE, PS1), Tetsujin 28-Go (Bandai, PS2), Gourmet Sentai Barayarou (Virgin, Super Famicom), Sentimental Graffiti 2 (NEC Interchannel, Dreamcast), Dark Souls (From Software, PS3), The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Nintendo, Gameboy Advance), and Ore! Tomba! (SCE, PS1).

All music was taken directly from the game, except for the opening track, which is from Gensou Suikogaiden Vol. 1 (Konami, PS1).

A few movie/television video clips were taken from Densha Otoko (Fuji TV), Cliffhanger (Tristar), Brokeback Mountain (Focus Features), and Princess Mononoke (Studio Ghibli).

About The Author

Jimmy Hapa

The creator of Import Gaming FTW!, a video series on YouTube which is all about great Japanese games...that never left the land of the rising sun! Or at the very least, never secured a release in North America. Mr. Hapa's love of import gaming began in 1998, when he modified his PlayStation One to play Japanese games. He currently resides in Hawaii, where he also grew up, but spent several years in Japan, during which time he regrets focusing most of his gaming energy on the Xbox 360.

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