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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by dice, Dec 31, 2009.
For those wondering, this is the DS port of the PS2 game that never left Japan. As such, neither will this.
It's a visual novel set in the 19th century, filled with men and women dressed exclusively in Victorian attire, and centres around a girl and her "living doll" as they meet other "living dolls". Anyone who has seen Rozen Maiden will have a grip on the basic premise, since this is basically Rozen Maiden with more adult dolls and a more mature storyline (there's no Alice Game, either, but rather a method for these living dolls to become human). It's very beautiful and very dramatic, but those without knowledge of Japanese should stay well away.
I'm not entirely sure if this retains the voice acting of the PSP and PS2 version, but I'll check in a bit.
I'm not sure if it's fully voiced, but as I remember the game was rather short and since they had full voice for Hiiro no Kakera DS which is quite long I'm pretty confident that this is a full voice version too.
Wasn't there some sort of extra character / scenario or something added to the DS version only?
Ah but well, played the PS2 version and not really interested in playing it again. *goes back to Kurokimi*
*sigh, I thought i was in for a JRPG, But i wasnt DX
I dont really like it off the video.....
~goes back to searching on the forum~
Oh, so nothing to do with this, then?
Looks awesome just by looking at the box. I played Strike Witches and it sucked.
Ochaken DS 4: FAIL
Strike Witches: FAIL