Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 2: The Eternal Princess
With the forces of darkness once again at bay, life seems to have returned to normal – or as close to normal as it gets for high school idol and galactic savior Yuna Kagurazaka. But trouble is brewing! After an unfortunate encounter with her self-proclaimed rival Erika Kousaka, Yuna accidentally summons a planet-destroying warship, the "Eternal Princess," to Earth. Now Yuna, partnering with mysterious android girl Yuri Cube, has scant days to try to take out the beacons guiding the ship before it arrives and annihilates the Earth, all while battling the deadly assassins of the "Erika 7." Is there any hope for the planet!?
Ginga Ojousama Densetsu Yuna 2: Eien no Princess (Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 2: The Eternal Princess) is a 1995 adventure game/visual novel for the PC-Engine Super CD-ROM² system, developed by Red Company and Will and published by Hudson Soft. The sequel to the original Galaxy Fraulein Yuna, it generally follows in its predecessor's footsteps on a larger budget, with bigger and better visuals, full voice acting, and much more polish all around. Compared to the first game, it drops most pretenses of interactivity in favor of basically being a low-res OVA that requires periodic button presses to watch, with the occasional battle or minigame to break things up. And there's sometimes dungeon crawling, for some reason?
This patch fully translates the game into English. A translation of the instruction manual is also provided, thanks to Mafoo343; it comes bundled with the download or can be read online.
See the readme included in the download for more information.