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Jul 27, 2006

^^title-2462^^ by shaunj66 at 10:20 PM (1,788 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. shaunj66
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    ^^release-2462^^
     
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    Hamster... Monogatari?! [​IMG] And what does the "3EX 4 Special" mean? How many parts of this series are there already? [​IMG]
     
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    This is the updated third and the fourth game I guess.
    1 is for GBC and 2, 3 and the collection (Includes an updated 1st game and some minigames) is for GBA.

    I was gonna link to the Culture Brain site but it looks like it was made by a ten year old.
     
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    It's sad to see what's happened to Culture Brain. They used to be great in the NES days, now all they do is hamster games, rehashes and rehashed hamster games.
     
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    Hamster Monogatari SEX 4 Special eh?
    This one of those cooky hentai dating sims?

    Wait a sec......

    ACK hamsters!

    Did the "3 EX" get squished to "3EX" on purpose? xD
    I dont think thats in the official name.

    Anyway.
    Virtual pets are getting lame.
    Wheres the wild per simulators already?
    I want lions eating zebras already damn it!
    Then give em a pat on the head and take em for walks xD
     
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    Well, at least Culture Brain is still out there plugging away. It's good to see a smaller, old-school publisher that hasn't been sucked in by all these corporate acquisitions and mergers.
     

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