The September/October 1995 issue of the 3DO Magazine is something of a last hurrah, as a handful of the final notable games for the system are shoved out before the holidays. Konami’s Policenauts, a game that has been teased for around a year at this point, was finally released for the 3DO in Japan on September 29, but any impact from its exclusivity would be quickly blunted by a PlayStation port that appeared a few months later in January. Microcabin’s Sword & Sorcery (Lucienne’s Quest), an early attempt at a JRPG with a fully polygonal world, also arrived in September, but it failed to make much of an impact; a Saturn port followed in May 1996. The final big release of September is Tetsujin Returns (Iron Angel of the Apocalypse: The Return), a sequel to an early 3DO game that married primitive FPS action to impressive (for the time) CG sequences. It’s one of a handful of notable late 3DO games that did not receive any other console ports, but it was released on Windows in 1996.
WARP continues to bask in the afterglow of D no Shokutaku‘s success. D2 is teased as the big game for the M2, a platform that was promised as both a 32X-esque add-on to the 3DO and a separate console. They also released two minor games for the 3DO, Oyaji Hunter Mahjong, a subversion of mahjong game tropes in which a superhero defends women against lecherous old men via mahjong, and Flopon World, a mini-game collection and sorta sequel to Uchuu Seibutsu Flopon-kun (Flopon the Space Mutant) featuring Warp’s Flopon mascot. The main attraction of Flopon World is Flopon the Space Mutant 2, a Puyo Puyo-esque puzzler that was localized for Western release as Trip’d.