Dokidoki Majo Shinpan! 2 DUO [First Print Limited Edition Box]
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featured reviewaquafinapure (1) on 01, Aug. 2008 11:33 (HKT)
Doki Doki Majo Shinpan Duo
Doki Doki Majo Shinpan Duo should be a game for people who know Japanese. If you only know one word like 'Kawaii' This game won't be right for you.
I've only got the game today(July 31) And I've been playing it for an 1:30. So far the game has been Okay. But I think it could be a bit better. Duo seems to be much ...[read more...]
descriptionThis installment in the hit Dokidoki Majo Shinpan series takes place weeks after the first game. Nishimura Akuji, a normal third year middle school student is summoned once again by the angels to start another witch hunt.
This time the hunt takes him to a far away town called Yon Town. To carry out his mission, he masqueraded as a student in a school said to have been set up by witches. However, since his academic scores are bad, he ended up in second year instead of third year. To add insult to his injured pride, he is paired up with a converted demon, Kuro.
Because of Kuro's clumsiness, Akuji's cover is blown. When his neighbor Seika Koron, another clumsy girl, finds out about his mission, she is determined to help him out. Witches, angels, demons and girls, Akuji's in for an interesting middle school life.
The game is split in an adventure part and a magic battle part. Search for items, gather information about suspected witches and chase after them. Launch into battle mode when the suspects refuse to cooperate, the rules in battle are simple, just deplete your opponent's HP bar and you win.
Once you have won your battles, search their bodies for the mark of the witches, clear the marks on the possessed and aim to capture their hearts as well. In this installment, you can search unpossessed girls' bodies as well as long as you have cleared certain requirements in the game.
As for mini games and unlockable stages, search for reversed colored pandas and the bunnies hidden around town, the more you catch, the more stages you can unlock.
|Official Release Date||Jul 31, 2008|
|CERO D (17+)|
|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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I great gift for my friend birthday.
And for a great price now. Though I can't read Japanese and I know this game is heavy with it, and there hasn't been a guide for it, that I know, the stuff that comes with it makes up for it.
Was attracted by the drop in price, and the LE edition contents... Do not regret buying, quite a fun game with nice add-ons in the package...
A good package that includes:
- Doki doki majo shinpan game
- Two really nice figures
- A cellphone key chain
- A curious notebook
- An OST CD
- A really nice heat sensitive card of one of the girls (Just rub over it)
All packed in a firm box that makes for a nice decoration
Im with the opinions that recommend this game only for people familiar with japanese (Unfortunately for me, my dictionary is one for the DS ^^;)
Hope it helps you to decide to buy it. Its a nice incentive for us learning japanese
This is a somewhat fun little game, whose main attraction to me was the price for what is quite a nice LE box. The title itself however is extremely light on gameplay, and ever-so manages to be fun slightly in the form of stylus controlled battles.
However it does have its share of positives, from the crisp 2D artwork, light-hearted and funny conversations and its overall hilarious premise, it's a title worth recommending to those that well...like a quirky semi-dating sim.
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