For detailed information about this series, see: BS-X: Sore wa Namae o Nusumareta Machi no Monogatari at the English Satellaview Wiki
BS-X: Sore wa Namae o Nusumareta Machi no Monogatari (BS-X: The Story of The Town Whose Name Was Stolen) is a videogame created by Nintendo and serving as the interface for the Super Famicom add-on Satellaview. Being boundled with the console, it was released on April 23, 1995, along with it.
Since it serves mainly as a user interface, it may not be considered a fictional work, however it does features a fictional city for the player's avatar to explore, with many buildings to visit, so even if its gameplay is very limited, it can be considered a simulation videogame. The game also prominently features the Satellaview mascots Parabou and Satebou, respectively an anthropomorphic parabolic satellite dish and an anthropomorphic satellite.
Links to other series
|Zelda||August 06, 1995||The main characters from BS-X: Sore wa Namae o Nusumareta Machi no Monogatari are also the main characters in the two Zelda Satellaview games.||1
|Dezaemon||April 22, 1996||Dezaemon (BS Version): BS-X Shooting takes place in the same world as BS-X: Sore wa Namae o Nusumareta Machi no Monogatari.||1
|SatellaWalker||June 29, 1997||SatellaWalker and its sequel take place in the same world as BS-X: Sore wa Namae o Nusumareta Machi no Monogatari.||1|