Sei Madou Monogatari [Limited Edition]

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Sei Madou Monogatari [Limited Edition]
Sei Madou Monogatari [Limited Edition]
Sei Madou Monogatari [Limited Edition]
Sei Madou Monogatari [Limited Edition]
Sei Madou Monogatari [Limited Edition]
Sei Madou Monogatari [Limited Edition]
Sei Madou Monogatari [Limited Edition]

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To graduate from the magic academy, Pupuru has to retrieve the Madokyuu from the Mado Tower. However, instead of the relic, she finds a book full of curry recipes inside and releases Ku-chan, a strange creature. For this, she is suspended from school. However, she isn't the type to mope around, since a curry restaurant near the school is facing a crisis, she decides to use the recipes in the book to create Mado-Curry to save the restaurant, and for that, she needs four legendary ingredients.But standing in her way is an evil lord determined to marry her, a jealous witch who sees her as a rival and perverted wizards and heroes.

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes: 7

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Very fun. RPG fan must to play.
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The state of curry
Curry recipe grabbing and old school Zelda game play, count me in please
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Good old claasic dungeon game!!
Overall is pretty interesting especially this 'Curry Mix Feature' You can make dishes whenever you want as long as you have the ingredients and there isn't any mobs nearby. The results is depending on your ingredients and luck I guess.

Another main feature is bring your new pet?? to dungeon. It will help you to fight mobs and perform some skills. In order to level up pet, you need to throw items/equipments towards your pet. Depending on your item, positive or negative effects will be apply.
But if you don't feed it, and when it's energy gauge too low, that thing?? will just randomly shout and shout and called your mobs... Not cute at all!

You can customize your characters at your home, viewing sub-scenario at the library and you may get skill book. Go to curry shop and get more recipe and more.

As far as I have been played many previous random dungeon game, this is of the cutest(moe) game I ever! play.
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A Cute and Challenging Past-Time
I found this game very entertaining for both short and long-winded runs.
The characters are entertaining and artwork is appealing.
Though the gameplay can feel repetitive, it it can also provide an old-school MMO-style challenge.
If this were online multiplay it'd have gotten 5 stars, as games now-a-days should be going online as a basic social structure.
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Cute, funny, and accessible.
With cute, quirky character designs and funny voice acting (even in the dungeons, where monsters complain about you hitting them), this game is full of charm.

The bulk of the game is a dungeon crawler, in the vein of the Shiren series - and with the button layouts and systems being very similar, even with limited Japanese reading skills, it's quite possible to jump in and play.

The hardest part for a non-Japanese player is the plethora of magic spell scrolls and potions, all of which have names (and descriptions) written almost entirely in Kanji, and, as such, require you to experiment to learn what they do - which may occasionally result in you dying a terrible death.

Fortunately, the game is very forgiving - unlike most dungeon crawlers, which punish death by making you lose all your items, in this one you get to keep the weapon and shield you had equipped - which are the items you most want to keep!

Other unusual systems include Cu-chan (a tiny but powerful creature who follows you around the dungeon, and can be powered up by feeding him unwanted items), and the ability to cook curry in the dungeon by mixing various food items dropped by enemies. Different curry creates different effects, from status boosting to causing paralysis, and there are dozens of different recipes to find.

This game is a reboot of the classic Madou Monogatari series, the inspiration for Puyo Puyo. Since Compile no longer has the rights to those characters, the new game features instead a bunch of "all-new" characters ... who are suspiciously similar to Arle and friends!

Still, despite appearances, they are NOT simply clones playing the exact same roles, and the game's story seems to enjoy messing with players' expectations.

Oh, and it's worth noting that the music is very catchy, if extremely eclectic. Much of the game's BGM has vocals. There's a whole lot of highly amusing Engrish singing (Monster Rooms are particularly hilarious), and the boss music is just beautiful.

In short, the game is an enormously fun, not-too-hard, fast-paced dungeon crawler with cute characters, some unusual mechanics, and a very silly story (which is almost entirely voiced, so those who are better at listening to Japanese than reading it can still enjoy it.)

I bought a Vita entirely to play this game. No regrets.
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