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Ore No Imoto Ga Konna Ni Kawaii Wake Ga Nai Portable The Complete Guide

Ore No Imoto Ga Konna Ni Kawaii Wake Ga Nai Portable The Complete Guide


ASCII Media Works
Japan
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  • Platform: PSP

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Original Name  俺の妹がこんなに可愛いわけがない ポータブル ザ・コンプリートガイド
Official Release Date Mar 04, 2011
Version  Japan
Format B5
PAX-Code PAX0003292118
Catalog No.  ISBN4048703528
Item Code  9784048703529

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:3

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dynamicbreeze (2) on 30, Jul. 2011 12:12 (HKT)
Excellent
Lots of lovely official art and thorough walk-thru, put together with the trademark charm of the series. Recommended buy if you're getting the game.
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slivers7 (4) on 22, Apr. 2011 13:12 (HKT)
Absolutely Lovely Book!
It's possible my standards are not as demanding towards game guides, but this book is definitely worth getting if you have the actual PSP game, and even more so if you're a fan of the series!

The entire book feels like it was designed by an otaku-fan of the series, as, from the external slip-cover to the sealed secret-section at the end, it's hard to find unused space that isn't occupied by something relevant to the series, be it helpful game tips, relevant trivia, or (best of all) detailed full-sized illustrations that are wonderfully unmarred by extra text. There's even a bonus bookmark included inside!

If one just *has* to nitpick, the only flaws I have to mention would be that that is a *softcover* book, not the hardcover type that I prefer for collectible-quality books. But that's a matter of opinion.

The other more problematic issue is the sealed secret-section found at the end of the book. While an extremely interesting touch to a game guide that I've never seen before, unfortunately:

-it's printed using slightly different paper material than the rest of the book.

-these pages are somewhat thicker, yet of a slightly smaller paper-size than the rest of the pages of the book; those whose books are frequently compressed in a bookstack, or similar, will likely find that over time, there will be a slight amount of deformation damage caused to the book's other pages, due to these unexpected differences.

-as mentioned, this secret-section is SEALED. Meaning, to access the content (which is actually something you'd *want* to do), you will have to manually use a paper-cutter, razor, or similar tool, and very *very* carefully slice the pages apart at the correct edges, which does not have any guiding perforations/lines. This will require quite a bit of concentration to do correctly, and you really don't want to screw up! A demanding task best left to highly-skilled hands!

But don't let the above flaws deter you!
I feel very fortunate that I decided to get this lovely book!
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Yusei00 (23) on 17, Apr. 2011 17:18 (HKT)
Nice Guide
Nice Guide with good illustration
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