Camelot Software Planning Archive


Video Game Ad of the Day: Mario Golf

Mario Golf
Mario Golf for the Nintendo 64 is one of the great multiplayer games of the fifth generation era, inviting players to compete on courses with various Mario related themes. It’s easy to pick up and play, but can get quite fiendish on the later courses.


Video Game Ad of the Day: Shining Force II

The Mega Drive wasn’t exactly an RPG powerhouse, especially when compared to the SNES, but it had a couple of games that could certainly hold their own. One such game was Shining Force II, a strategy RPG developed by a division of Sega that would eventually separate from the company and form Camelot Software Planning (best known for Mario Golf, Mario Tennis and Golden Sun)


Video Game Ad of the Day: Mario Tennis

Waluigi is the single greatest character of all time.

Mario Tennis was the second sports title for the Nintendo 64 to feature the crew from the Mushroom Kingdom, and is arguably one of the best multiplayer games on the system. The game also marks the debut of Waluigi, arguably the most important milestone in the history of video games.