A complete copy of Real Sound: Kaze no Regret for the Sega Saturn. Japanese only.
Real Sound: Kaze no Regret is an adventure audio game developed by Warp and published by Sega. The game was first released for the Saturn in July 1997, and later for the Dreamcast in March 1999. Real Sound was intended to provide equal access to sighted and blind players. The subtitle Kaze no Regret means “wind of regret”.
Although a version featuring an optional “Visual mode” was made in 1999 for the Sega Dreamcast, both versions of the game rely exclusively on the audio portions of the game with the Dreamcast’s Visual mode merely displaying non-essential still photos at certain points of the game.
Constructed as an interactive radio drama or an audio gamebook, the player spends the majority of the time listening as the story unfolds. At critical forks in the plot line, a set of chimes will ring, alerting the player that it is now their job to choose the course the plot will take. The choice that is selected is confirmed with the controller and the plot resumes.