Electroplankton (w/ Headphone)

Electroplankton (w/ Headphone)

Compatible with Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
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After the successful Nintendo DS™ music game release Daigasso! Band Brothers, Nintendo comes up with another game of its kind.Producted by the Japanese contemporary musician Toshio Iwai, Electroplankton can be described as a "Touchable Media Art" game. You find yourself located inside a water-based world, where ten types of "Electric Plankton" creatures live. Those plankton react to your touch (through the DS touch screen) and voice (via the microphone). Depending on your input, the game displays and outputs different audio and video patterns, modifying your voice with a variety of effects.

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Original Name  エレクトロプランクトン
Official Release Date  Apr 06, 2005
Genre  Music & Party
Version  Japan
  CERO Free
Suitable for all ages.
PAX-Code PAX0000446777
Catalog No.  NTR-R-ATIJ
Item Code  4902370509816
Players  1

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:42

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nono (99) on 07, Apr. 2010 12:28 (HKT)
Fantastic game
Bought it from PA long time ago,
This game have a beautiful graphic .

funny play..Must have it
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sinistronx (5) on 02, Mar. 2007 19:23 (HKT)
In Love
ElectroPlankton is not a game...it\'s a sensitive software !
I will not explain why i\'m in love, just buy it or try it ...you just will never finish to play with it !
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dubyac99 (78) on 13, Feb. 2007 15:17 (HKT)
Very clever and lush, but too expensive
First things first: this is a very unique and special game. This is not a game for everyone, no widespread appeal, no casual gamer appeal, etc. What it is, however, is a very unique, lush experience that needs to be experienced by all who call themselves hardcore gamers. Is that you?

I paid around $51 USD, including shipping, and that was too much, even with the included headphones. I would put this at a $30 game, tops. This is only the second game, both here at Play-Asia, I have paid full price for (over $50) and the other being DJ Max Portable for the PSP is no comparison to this game.

If you have extra cash, are independently wealthy, or just a big fan of this genre, check it out. Otherwise, look for a Stateside bargain. If you\'re lucky. Last time I checked this was going for $50 plus. Good luck!

MC White says 3 1/2 stars only.
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cmcintosh (18) on 20, Oct. 2006 02:22 (HKT)
This game is an amazing musical experience. Play with little water creatures that make music... sounds boring right? Well it\'s actually really fun and addicting and it uses all the features of the DS. Worth getting.
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SAL (8) on 01, Mar. 2006 03:00 (HKT)
Still worth importing!
A fantastic piece of software for the DS as it makes great use of the hardware. I\'d still recommend the Japanese version despite the release in the US, because you get the nice presentation box and free headphones which are lacking in the American version. Plus it\'s the most import friendly title ever!

The novelty does wear off pretty soon but it\'s one of these things you\'ll keep coming back to over time, compositions can\'t be saved to the game card but it\'s possible to hook it up to a PC or HiFi and record that way so it\'s not really too much of a problem.

If you want something to chill out to, you can’t go wrong with Electroplankton.
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