I'm Sorry (known in Japan as Gonbee no I'm Sorry) is an arcade game released by Coreland/Sega in 1985. This strange action game plays very much like a Pac-Man clone, and stars a caricature of former Prime Minister of Japan, Kakuei Tanaka. The title is actually a play on the Japanese word for Prime Minister, "Sori". The game satirizes Tanaka's greed by making the goal of the game acquiring gold bars. Oddly enough this game, with so much Japanese satire, made it into some of the United States arcades.
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