Graphic Adventures on DS

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Mar 17, 2010

Graphic Adventures on DS by WiiUBricker at 12:55 AM (3,487 Views / 0 Likes) 16 replies

  1. WiiUBricker
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    Well I love graphic adventures, especially japenese anime adventures. A few days ago I discovered Time Hollow for DS and it was simply awesome. It is a text based japanese adventure like the ace attorney series with a great story. If you have not played it yet, you should definitely try it out.

    Are there any games for the DS avaible like Time Hollow or what graphic adventure do you recommend? I already played the ace attorney series, Hotel Dusk and Another Code.

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    im not sure but i think youve listed them all.

    the hotel dusk guys i believe are working on another game
     
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    Hotel Dusk is sort of a graphic adventure, it's not like the anime style Time Hollow has.

    If I were you I'd also check out the ace attorney games.
     
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    Thanks for the time hollow recommendation, will check it out when I'm done with edgeworth investigations. You should check out broken sword: shadow of the templars, its a great point and click adventure game. A remake of the pc game I think. Worth a look if you're interested.

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    Yep they are, its called last window if I'm correct. Came out in japan already I think.
     
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    As I said I already played the whole ace attorney series. Im sure there are a lot of adventures avaible but they have only japanese language [​IMG] (or most of them)

    @Bo Abodo: Thanks I will check that game out.
     
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    Well it's not anime, but Professor Layton's great.
     
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    I think Lux-pain is what you're looking for [​IMG]

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    Also, try Professor Layton, it's a great puzzle-adventure series. [​IMG]
     
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    Cing aren't really working on anything any more, they filed for bankruptcy.

    Still, before they did they released two further DS games in Japan: Again, a murder mystery; and Last Window, the sequel to Hotel Dusk. Again is scheduled for a US release on March 30, while Last Window hasn't been picked up for an international release yet as far as I know.
     
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    They are no real adventure games. They are just interactive stories. Adventures are about solving puzzles and riddles.
     
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    hmm, is broken sword considered? If so, try runaway and so blonde(playin the pc version atm )
     
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    I think a european release was planned, so the rest of us aren't completely screwed yet. We can import if we want it that bad.
     
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    These are not anime style, but adventures:

    Secret Files: Tunguska
    Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis
    Runaway 2
    Ankh: Curse of the Scarab King (i'm not quite shure, but i think you can't finish that game)
     
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    There aren't many of these anime-styled graphic adventures unfortunately. But if you
    like Point n' Click graphic adventures download the SCUMMVM Homebrew Application for
    the Nintendo DS on their site, with great games such as: The Monkey Island Series,
    Maniac Mansion (and its sequel Day of tentacle), and Sam & Max - Hit the road.
     
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    Suikoden Tierkreis has some anime cutscenes. :/
     
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    Lux-Pain did sound promising, I played it for about an hour and hell it sucks balls. This game is not even worth to be pirated.

    Will try the other recommended games, thanks [​IMG]
     
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    Well, Theresia's pretty decent and it's creepy, but it's a port of a cell phone game.. But if you really want something that's overall creepy.....

    It does have 3D, and the puzzles are challenging.

    A lot of the time, I was left on the edge of my seat going "OH GOD" because it was that creepy.

     

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