New: 0929 - Inukko Club Fukumaru no Daibouken (J)

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  1. T-hug
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    T-hug Always like this.

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    [​IMG] 0929 - Inukko Club Fukumaru No Daibouken JAPAN 64 Mbits (POLLA)
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  2. Flea

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    that´s definitly the game i´ve allways been waiting for...well, maybe not
     
  3. Fearlessjay

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    What's with the Japanise Hamster obssession? And what's the bet that they never actually own any Hamsters. My Girlfriend has an Hamster, and he gets up when we go to bed, and goes to bed when we get up. WOuld be a very boring game.

    *Wishes Wing Commander was out*

    *Also thinks about getting a GP32*
     
  4. mole_incarnate

    mole_incarnate Watermelon!

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    It seems that the japanese like the cute furry animal type, so empasising the look using modern anime cartoon styles coupled with a animal born for cuteness such as the hamster, or mouse. Cats and dogs also seem to make an appearance although not as much. Turtles are also very popular. These be the perks of having japanese school girl type friends.
     
  5. kotatsuneko

    kotatsuneko Newbie

    well, the simple fact is, for most kids, owning a pet is a fantasy.

    in japan, unless you own a house or apartment, you cannot keep a pet in most cases, even when you own an apartment, in some cases the contract will say "no pets".

    in recent years, more schools have been adopting a "class pet" policy so kids can learn about the responsobility of caring for a pet.

    if you ever come here to japan, my advice is never visit a pet shop, it will upset you greatly..

    so a game , even one with a seemingly boring routine offers some comfort for kids, hence the popularity of such games..

    hope that answers your question.

    kots/stolendata