time for the classics –
JARGA sees classics as “a communication tool for parents and children.”
- What good is a stack of Super Famicoms if you can ‘ t share them with families stuck at home?
With families all over the world stuck inside under stay-at-home orders, we’re all looking for new ways to keep busy and stay entertained without going out. The Japan Retro Game Association (JARGA) is doing its part to help with (Japan’s quarantine orders) , setting aside Super Famicom systems (Super NES in the West) as “emergency supplies” to ship to families “so that people in their s and s will be hooked on the game when many children are waiting at home due to the new coronavirus . ” In the blog post announcing the program
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Final Fantasy III in the West). “Both are easy to play and I think they are masterpieces that even beginners can enjoy,” the organization writes.
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