The Adventure of Hourai High School is a JRPG released by J-Wing for the Super Famicom in 1996. It was based on a Tabletop RPG published by Youentai.
You’re a new transfer student who’s late to Hourai High School on the first day of school because the captain of your airplane does not think much about overshooting his destination because he overslept. In order to fix that, the stewardess straps a parachute on you and sends you right out the emergency exit door, and you land right on top of a student after crashing through the auditorium ceiling thanks to parachute failure. You’re fine, but the guy you land on is out cold.
After clearing up stuff with the principal and staff and introducing yourself in class, you’re recruited into Hospo, Hourai’s very own National Enquirer. You can’t refuse since the guy you land on happens to be a somewhat necessary member of said paper. And now, your high school adventure begins. It’s notable for its modern-day high-school setting, plenty of comedy and references to pop culture of the time. Game music created by Hitoshi Sakimoto. The game never pretends to take itself seriously, as it plays around with plenty of High School antics. The Rule of Fun seems to be the one thing the game takes seriously.