DS #2354: Ecolis: Save the Forest (Europe)

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Jun 13, 2008
  1. shaunj66
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    ^^ndsrelease-3291^^
     
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    looks interesting : )
     
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    This actually looks really good =) not sure about the intended age range, but sure looks fun, will definitely give it a shot!
     
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    For those who don't know, this is the euro version of 2081: Eco Creatures: Save the Forest, which was in turn a translation of the Jap release 1348: Ecoris.

    Shamelessly perpetuating a stereotype, the L and R in the name got switched from Jap to English here [​IMG]
     
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    Let's just burn down the whole planet instead of saving the crappy forest. Damn you green people.
     
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    this game could be a lot better, its kinda dull
     
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    Hrmm, ecolis? Like... e coli
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    Save the forest, the bacterias are coming!
     
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    Yes, many many E. coli.
     
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    save the forest, save the world! [​IMG]
    tho you got to use you'r super awesome sword! [​IMG]

    nah, joking aside I like the boxart... was this released before as an american release? I recognize it.. and also wonder if it is any good [​IMG] looks cute!
     
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    An OK game . . .

    5/10 from GameSpot "This real-time strategy game's cute visuals belie a mostly frustrating experience with poor controls."

    5.5/10 from IGN "It's cute, deadly, and... not that fun."

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    Biology geek (aka me) says that Escheria Coli is typically harmless, unless its of a few particular strains in a large enough quantity [​IMG]



    Game looks rather dull.. if I want to save stuff, i'll save something nice looking, like flowers in Chibi Robo.
     
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    It really looks like a Pikmin ripoff from that video. Pikmin was probably my 2nd favourite game ever, after all the Zeldas. Why isn't there an official Pikmin for DS? It would be great.
     
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    That was what I first thought!
     
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    That's pretty much what it is. It's a decent enough game... I think the reviews undersell it a bit. The controls do suck, though.
     

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