Subarashiki Kono Sekai: It's a Wonderful World
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featured reviewmuffinhunter (9) on 01, May. 2008 10:07 (HKT)
Hands down the best RPG for the DS
One of the things that made this one of my favorite games (and by far the best that I own for the DS) is how well the modern styles and themes have been preserved and translated.
I bought this when it came out in Japan (Subarashiki Kono Sekai) and I can tell you that every location and every character name, including ...[read more...]
descriptionNeku Sakuraba, a normal 15 year-old boy with a hobby for music and graffiti, suddenly had woken up in middle of Shibuya one day, a famous shopping district in Tokyo, Japan. Why he's there remains a mystery to him. All of a sudden, the thoughts of the people surrounding him began to enter his head at once. It must had been happening because of the mysterious badge he held in his hand. Suddenly, Neku's cellphone rings with a text message on it. It says that if he wants to live, he'll have to fulfill a set of orders entitled "Death's Game" which must be completed under a 7 days limit.Most of the gameplay focuses on finding clues and battling Noise. Players can use Neku's empathetic abilities to hear people's thoughts by using the touch screen of the Nintendo DS whenever they wish. The game's combat system, titled Stride Cross Battle System, uses both screens of the Nintendo DS; where one of four protagonists is displayed on the top screen and Neku is displayed on the bottom, with battle actions taking place simultaneously between both characters. Players use the touch screen to move and attack with Neku, whose revealed abilities include lightning, fire, telekinesis (moving objects), and healing magic.Subarashiki Kono Sekai: It's a Wonderful World is developed by the Kingdom Hearts.
|Official Release Date||Jul 27, 2007|
|CERO A (Free)|
|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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i missed this game for a long time so i bought again and 100% it again as well .
still as good as i remembered as it really need to be focusing on both screens if you want to play it like a pro .
the music in this game still holds up uniquely well , has a really twisted story and characters .
collecting pins and clothing again was fun and tedious .
one of the best games i ever played and i used it on my N3DS XL
This little gem has made full use of the DS dual touch screen functionality and has both an engaging gameplay and fine story.
It also helps that Neku, despite being an emo protagonist, grows to be a more likable character alongside the other characters.
Todo un clásico que no debe faltar en la biblioteca de DS, innovador y el mejor.exponente para aprovechar las dos pantallas de la consola. No se arrepentirán. Excelente servicio y brevedad de envio
Unique gameplay mechanics that uses all of the DS features with great story and world building
This is by far one of the best DS games which takes advantage of the bottom touch screen. Unique battle system, engaging storyline & awesome soundtrack!
They really should have made the sequel on the 3DS instead of IOS/Android :(
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