Basic Game Information
Console: Super Famicom System [Japanese equivalent to SNES system]
Game-type: Turn-based Role Playing Game.
Sailormoon, Super Sailormoon, Sailor Chibimoon, Super Sailor Chibimoon, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Sailor Jupiter, Sailor Venus, Sailor Pluto, Sailor Uranus, Sailor Neptune, Sailor Saturn.
BSSM: Another Story takes place between the end of the S season in the anime (as well as the Infinity series of the manga) and the beginning of the SuperS season in the anime (as well as the Dream Series of the manga). The storyline involves several unsatisfied young girls living in Crystal Tokyo of the future. Convinced by an evil being named Apsu, they take it upon themselves to change destiny by reviving old enemies for the Sailor Senshi, including the Death Busters, Queen Beryl, The Ayakashi Sisters, Fiore, and many more. It has a unique plot line and a few side-quests to indulge in. certainly it isn't the best RPG ever made, but it is definately worth checking out for the die-hard BSSM fan.
The BSSM: Another Story was one of the few BSSM games that actually has been translated into English. The translation was not official, but rather a fan-translation by Bishoujo Senshi Translations. [There used to be a website, but it is only a dead link now...] Therefore, you can play the game on your computer as a ROM with English text. Be aware that because it is a fan translation, it has kept with as much of the original material as possible- which means that the names have not been changed and often contain Japanese suffixes. If you are confused on that, check out the BSSM 101 section for basic Japanese language stuff. Be prepared to see "Mako-chan" rather than "Lita". The other thing to look out for is to have a decent manga and anime knowledge before playing the game- the storyline plays upon elements from both incarnations of Bishoujo Senshi Sailormoon.