The World Ends With You

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Feb 18, 2008

The World Ends With You by T-hug at 7:48 AM (1,838 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. T-hug
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    Not sure if this game is already out in JPN, or due soon but I am looking forward to the Eng release around April time!
    The World Ends With You is an anime-inspired game set in modern day Tokyo, from the team that made Kingdom Hearts.

    http://www.gamespot.com/ds/rpg/wonderfulworld/index.html

    The World Ends With You for DS (Square Enix)(Apr 22, 2008)(Action Role-Playing)


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    I didn't know anything about this game I saw it in last months gamesTM mag here in England. Looks like it could be a winner.
    Also listed as an action RPG was Mobile Suit Gundam 00, though I can't find any screens or info about it (not to be confused with the cancelled shooter Mobile Suit Gundam Seed).
     
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    Yep, its out in Japan already. I can't wait for the NA release...it looks really promising. I hope sales go well for it for a sequel.
    Anyone got their first day sales?
     
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    Ah why did they stop? I guess because of the English version release being confirmed? Lol whats the Japan name of it I want to give it a whirl!
     
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    The Japanese version did not impress me one bit, its gonna disappoint a lot of people.
     
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    "The world ends with you"?

    No pressure at all...

    BUT IF YOU SCREW UP WE'RE ALL DOOMED!!!

    But... you know, other than that, no pressure... just relax...
     
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    I've already tried the Japanese version, I have to say I wasn't very impressed with the controls.
     
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    Subarashiki Kono Sekai: It's a Wonderful World
    #1240 on GBAtemp's release list.
     
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    I think it is a stylish fun game with great music tracks, hope taht it will come out on time.
     
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    That game was pretty good, but the controls made my head spin.
     
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    The screenshots seem a bit "hectic".
    Let's play it and comment!
     
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    I really think this is going to be one game that requires you to understand what's going on to fully enjoy it. There have been quite a few Japanese games we've all been able to enjoy without much consideration given to the language barrier, but, from keeping up with this game, it seems the character-building is done in a very unique way, relevant to the setting the game is in. Also, the combat is made up of you controlling two characters -- one on the top screen, one on the bottom screen -- at the same time. I would think the moves and such would be hard to get a grasp on without understanding any of the game's tutorials. But mostly, this game's supposed to be all about style and modern Japanese culture. Looking at gibberish on a screen just can't convey that.

    I'm very much looking forward to it, and you might end up being surprised by it -- who knows. [​IMG]
     
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    The main character appears as if he has no muscle at all...just bones..
     

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