When the Mega Drive debuted in Japan in 1988, it began a long run of quirky Japanese games based on franchises most westerners had never dreamed existed. It's understandable then, that most of these series never left the Land of the Rising Sun. Take the platformer Osomatsu-kun: Hachamecha Gekijo, or Nonsense Theater in English, for example. Could you imagine anyone on your street playing this instead of Golden Axe or Ghouls 'n Ghosts? We can't either. Still, it's something to check out, at least out of curiosity. Read our full review, and then go check out the manga and see what you've been missing for the past fifty years or so.