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Hokuto no Ken: Seiki Matsukyu Seishi Densetsu (北斗の拳 世紀末救世主伝説) is an action video game released for the PlayStation in Japan on October 26, 2000. Published by Bandai and developed by Natsume, it was the first Hokuto no Ken video game to feature fully 3D polygonal graphics. The game's main story mode which follows the plot of the manga as the player takes control of Kenshirō from the beginning of his journey to his final battle with Raoh. The game faithfully reproduce scenes from the manga, aside from a few deviations and omissions done for the convenience of gameplay. Almost all the voice actors from the TV series reprised their roles for the game, most notably Kaneto Shiozawa, who passed away a few months before the release of the game, making this Shiozawa's final performance as Rei in any Hokuto no Ken-related media.
The first-print editions of the game came bundled with a post-card that gave owners of the game a chance to win a metallic bust of Jagi, which were given out to 500 people.