Armen Noir Portable (First-Print Regular Edition)

Armen Noir Portable (First-Print Regular Edition)

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Compatible with Sony PSP™ (PSP™)
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  • First-Print Edition comes with Armen Noir Portable Drama CD!


Armen Noir - the saint in black is Nazca's code name. She is the assassin who has never killed. For this, she is seen as a compromising factor in her organization. One day, she receives a mission from her head, she is to kill the doctor who has treated her wounds, if she fails, she will become the group's next bounty.

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Original Name  アーメン・ノワール ポータブル (初回版)
Official Release Date Apr 12, 2012
Genre Otome
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0003631982
Catalog No.  ULJM-06064
Item Code  4995857091898
Players  1


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azurebluephoenix (9) on 01, Jun. 2013 00:56 (HKT)
Great Otoge, but depressig
First off, what amazed me the most is the fact there is no narration. Everything that happens you hear from the heroine, so the game goes by pretty quick and the fights are not described but imagined. The 'animation' portion was fabulous. I honestly thought the intro conversation between Nazca and one of the criminals was an anime opening sequence when I first saw a screen capture of it. The art is beautiful and very anime-styled, unlike the usual Otomate games like Hiiro and Hakuouki... not complaining, though, since the anime-style is very comfortable to look at.

The stories were good, but most of them depressing. The game was remade from a PS2 game which basically ONLY had bad endings, but the PSP version at least gave you somewhat of a 'sequel' scenes with the characters for 'good' endings. In the end, the Omake if you beat most of hte endings, make it worth it.

If you're looking for a bittersweet game, this one is it. If you want a happy, fall in love and dance in flower fields game, this is definitely not it. Be prepared to shed some tears
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