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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by B-Blue, Aug 30, 2009.
Seems quite interesting. I'll have to download it sometime.
I don't know why but I feel this is a rip-off of Power Rangers.
Yay, let's see if it's any good!
action adventure where you slingshot yourself to new parts. hmm.. the girl in pink is cute though
wow lol I havent checked out an anime girl since Tifa from final fantasy 7....
i think i be adding this to the collection, hardian thread did a fine job of convincing me
Surprisingly cool so far. I wasn't expecting to play it book-style. The mechanics are a little iffy, but the idea is really cool. Takes a bit of finesse, but it seems to work. I guess the most surprising thing is that it's by Namco. They have been so conservative on DS, and this is definitely a bit more daring gameplay-wise.
you can change it from book style on stages your on by pressing select... IMO it's a great game and it's got a vs mode (gasp it's single card!!) over it's a bit tricky but if you play the turtioals it's very fun!! try it everyone even if it looks kiddie... it's of the best ds game's i have played!!
i read some interesting facts about the game
they say this is the first ever game by namco that debuts in Europe but not Japan
Which is hilarious as it sounds so much like a Japanese import (especially the name)!
it is a Japanese import for sure but they are releasing it first in Europe
So you're a loli lover?
Was waiting for this, I did a thread a while back but no one seemed interested.
If it is as good as what people have said then I hope this and next weeks lack of DS titles will get people playing this when they usually wouldn't have.
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Looks a bit like DK: Jungle Climber. Call me interested
now that y'all mention its like jungle climber, it probably is but with anime kids instead of monkeys. plus the fact that you can use the stylus to go from point A to point B instead of the L and R buttons.
It's a fun game, but nothing to write home about. Doesn't go beyond the point of a flash game in depth if you ask me.
Nah, I disagree. I wasn't think much of the mechanics until I played more of it, and once you get the hang of how you need to flick the stylus, it works. Hooking up slowly to do the slingshot action is a bit tricky in a pinch, but it also works. Ultimately, though, this is a game that really makes the most of the DS. The mechanics, physics and level design are way beyond any free flash game. The levels get pretty interesting as you move deeper into the game, and the bosses, though easy so far, are a lot of fun. Plus, I wasn't expecting any 3D elements. The look of the game reminds me of the Sonic DS games -- a very cool mix of 3D and 2D. The animations look great.
What exactly is this game about? Is there a US version?