Opoona

Opoona


Koei Tecmo Games
Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)

For JPN/Asian systems only.
NTSC
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US$52.99

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Manufacturer
Koei Tecmo Games
Compatible With Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)
Version
NTSC
1w Usually ships within 1 week
Price
US$52.99
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description

While on an interplanetary family vacation, the young boy Opoona crash lands on Planet Landroll after his spaceship is involved in a mysterious accident. Separated from his family, Opoona is forced to live alone. On the planet, Opoona must find a job, search for his siblings, and defend himself and the people of Landroll against creatures known as the Dark Rogues. Luckily for Opoona, he is the descendant of a long line of warriors known as the Cosmo Guards. Thus, Opoona’s adventure begins as he struggles to establish a new life and reunite his family.

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further info

Original Name  オプーナ
Official Release Date Nov 01, 2007
Genre RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0001674194
Catalog No.  RVL-P-RPOJ
Item Code  4988615026195

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jaspertine9 (2) on 15, Dec. 2009 06:59 (HKT)
Charming in every way
Opoona is one of the most charming RPGs I've ever played, just oozing with unique personality, and a simple play mechanic that has more depth than it looks.

The game, officially speaking, is a "Lifestyle RPG," which means there's a lot of life sim elements, but with tangible benefits that carry over into your main quest. The quest is pretty short, and the lifestyle parts pretty shallow, but combines, they're better than the sum of their parts.

The only thing to really watch out for is the translation. There's no engrish to speak of, but a lot of the text could clearly have benefited from another proofread. It's a bit of a hurtle in a couple spots, but other than that, this is one of the best overlooked gems on the Wii.
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