Nushishi: Amakudaru Sato

Nushishi: Amakudaru Sato


Marvelous Entertainment
Compatible with Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
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Marvelous Entertainment
Compatible With Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
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Works on all systems sold worldwide.
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Original Name  蟲師 ~天降る里~
Official Release Date Jan 31, 2008
Genre Action
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0001910834
Catalog No.  NTR-P-YMSJ
Item Code  4535506300553

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mortilla (2) on 20, Mar. 2008 21:24 (HKT)
Good heart-relaxing game whith small yet complicated world in gameplay
It "Mushshi ~Ame fu-ru sato~ (A village where sky falls)". Mushi is
creatures that other than plants or animals. Usually invisible they
however can have affect on us, not for purpose, but they simple in
their turn don't not notice us. Mushishi are people who have ability to
see Mushi and had learned ways how to interact with that creatures.
This game is a small world dedicated to this fairytale – a village
in about of 25 beautifully pre-rendered scenes of Japan's countryside
in Feudal Era. Each scene's colors and sounds waring depends of time of
day.
Main objective of game is to collect information about numerous
Mushi everywhere around a village. There is an another Mushishi, Akuno, to who player sends gathered information in 'Mushi's Records'. Sometimes he will answer with interest fact about Mushi which was recently captured which player can witness by following Akuno's message.
Another game play aspect is to do favor for villagers in exchange for food (-__-). Initially naive, after completing main scenario this quests become true Mushishi's work – to solve involving Mushi cases.
Main scenario part, Ame furu sato, it an styled exactly like prototype TV show story there and only there Ginko will appear. It pretty short, but well made with interlude and postlude voiced by Mika Doi, and Ginko's cues (each one!) by Yuto Nakano – actors from anime. Unfortunately, all other characters is unvoiced, with exception of cat who says “Nya~ :3”. After completing main scenario you will have access for 'Mushi Hunt Records Archive' there text records of cases, solved by Ginko in anime along with some related mini-games and CGs.

Summary:
+ Beautiful views of wild nature and countryside livestile.
+ Easy and relaxing gameplay.
+ Same CG's style and voice actors as in anime, fully voiced Ginko's cues.
- Main scenario part is too short
- Scenes in game is too static – it would be batter if NPCs moving around and also some wild animals appears in faraway locations of game.
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