DS #4124: Nanashi no Game Me (Japan)

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  1. Tempbot
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  2. granville

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    This game IS released, but the nfo file I got seems to have either messed up or is fake. Sorry about that. All other statistics should be correct.

    EDIT- Nevermind. The nfo file IS correct after all. Confirmed with a scene release site. :wtf:
     
  3. Gullwing

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    I have played the first game and it was so damn ambient,sherical and must be a good horror game... It's a pity that they won't be localizing it I guess...
     
  4. granville

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    Yes, the first one was one of the few games to truly scare me. But no localization. To be honest though, I'm really surprised they did a sequel. The first one sold really badly.
     
  5. pitman

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    Where rockets don't fall.
    Is the first one playable without J knowledge ?
     
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    damn i was like wtf.. why is it FF in this game:P
    i was such a n00b
    didn't know this game is like that
     
  7. granville

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    Yeah, basically the original game was split into two gameplay types- an RPG-like setting, and a first person view in 3D. The RPG is this weird cursed game that is said to kill the player within 7 days. You usually walk around creepy 3D environments, but every once in a while, you hear a beeping noise, telling you to turn on the RPG game. The "game with no name" it's called. All you really do in the RPG is walk around and talk to people. Sometimes, the game seems to glitch up. The Japanese character for death flashes when you walk around. And the sound distorts. Sometimes, you will hear the game beeping calling for you, and you have to play around with it a little to advance some in the real world.

    This sequel is said to have similar gameplay, but apparently now has a cursed 8bit sidescroller to add to the mix.

    BTW- Neither games are really understandable without knowing Japanese. There's a considerable amount of text in the real world story sequences and the RPG parts. I stopped playing the first one due to a lack of knowing what the hell to do.
     
  8. kesadisan

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    A Creepy game if you understand the story
    really... Creepy

    if you don't understand anything try to find some Walkthrough
     
  9. nori2nori

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    How to play "Nanashi no Game Me" on your DSTT and R4

    1. Download Patch.rar and get a Patch.exe file from the RAR archive.

    2. Drag your ROM and drop it to the Patch.exe. That's all.
    [​IMG]

    Credit to Rudolph.
     
  10. kesadisan

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    hmm... you just posting these Rudolph patch huh?
    anyway that works...
     
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    nori2nori and rudolph patches never fail us [​IMG]
    next would be gakuen
     
  12. Djay187

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    I played the first one with no knowledge of Japanese and found it fairly easy to get through. It's definitely one of the scariest horrors on the DS.
    It's worth giving a try also there's a walkthrough on Gamefaqs if you get stuck.
     
  13. updowners

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    I really wish this series would get localised. Although I am part Japanese, I can't really speak or read Japanese.
     
  14. BAHIM Z 360

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    Just lookin at the boxart,I could tell that this game is VERY creepy [​IMG]
     
  15. ibis_87

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    Ahmm... Gentlemen, did anyone had a problem with the "input password stuff"? I can read Japanese, so I started playing, was,like, 20-30 minutes into the game and my character was investigating the house of the victim of the cursed 8-bit RPG from the first game- you know, the creepy house you've seen in the beginning of the first game, the first really creepy location in it. Well, you come to this place in the second game as well and after some investigation in the "real" world you find the "TS"- the game machine running the cursed 8-bit RPGs in both Nanashi no Game and Nanashi no Game Me. It's lying on the floor, you cannot miss it, it's crucial for progressing. After finding it you start playing the cursed game- the RPG from Nanashi no Game, not the plkatformer. In the 8-bit RPG, when you're talking with a guy he demands that you input some password and the text input dialog appeares. I had no idea what the password was so I just poked random kana with the stulys. The screen- still the 8-bit RPG-like screen- showed me the password was incorrect and then my DSi- the real-world one, the one I was running the game on- just hanged! The screens went black and nothing changed for like 5 minutes. Could it be some sort of protection? Did anyone encounter this?
     
  16. cloud_gackt

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    Thanks for the patch.
    This game is really creepy
     
  17. HavQ

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    Any patch available for CycloDS? [​IMG] I absolutely loved the first one..
     
  18. samurayjp

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    The game freezes (black screen) at several points, apparently at random, even after applying the patch.
    Does anyone have a solution?
    [​IMG]
     
  19. kyogo

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    The patch didn't worked for me. The game starts but at a certain point, the game leaves a black screen. [​IMG]

    tried on EZ-Flash V+ under 1.86h and on RC4.
     
  20. kesadisan

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    actually I have the same problem too
    I don't know if this is Password, or so...
    but I think about another Piracy Check

    wow... double check... effective...