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4.71 stars 4.71/5 Stars Average score of 7 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Close, but no cigar 0

Though not a commercial success, the series of Katamari games (by Bandai Namco) have proven popular. However, there has been a demand by some for a PC version/port/equivalent. Dejobaan Games have decided to try for this slot. Unfortunately, it's not quite up there with the Katamari games just yet.   Gameplay First off, instead of rolling a katamari bigger, you walk into stuff to absorb them (though the guy you play is supposedly just a puppet being controlled by the red haired girl you see arou...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Faithful to the series 0

Soundtrack/Voice Acting: Since it’s on the GBA, don’t expect orchestral masterpieces or full voice acting. That aside, the music in the game is the same style as the music in the series. Now this next part really impressed me! The game has several voice clips for all major characters in the game (and Miss Haruka). I’ve not played a GBA game with any voice clips before so this was very impressive!   Graphics: This game’s on the GBA so you’d expect the game to have plain pixelated gr...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Detective cum visual-novel 0

 Soundtrack/Voice Acting As you know, there are very few games on the DS that have voice acting. To be honest, I think that's a good thing. The last thing you need is some dodgy voice acting to ruin a game. As for the soundtrack, it really keeps in time with the gameplay. When you're doing the puzzles, the sound is almost completely turned off depending on the situation to help you concentrate. Basically, the soundtrack is great and it's perfect for the game. Graphics Probably the main talk...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Spoiler Free Review 0

Soundtrack/Voice Acting: As most commercial visual-novels do, it has voice acting. However, it is in Japanese and the text is in English so the vocals are kinda useless except for those who understand Japanese. If you like having Japanese voices for another reason, they're in really good quality! I have to be honest here though, the music is incredible!!! I have sometimes found myself from continuing the text just to listen to the music. It would also seem that Peach Princess agree with me as th...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Overall award: 3-4 out of 5 - depending on your preferred 0

 Gameplay: This is a fairly generic visual-novel in terms of gameplay. The usual pick choices = certain ending. One thing I did notice is that sometimes you get just a single option that you MUST take. It seems quite odd that they'd put in an option when you can only choose that one option anyway. Also, you sometimes get two options such as "Option 1: go down stairs, Option 2: take a look around". Pressing 1 says "it is too dark" and returns you to the options again. You can't proceed until you ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Beautiful, but text-hungry 0

 I'm gonna start out by stating how I felt after finishing the game: I was awestruck!  Everyone may knock the Wii down for its low graphics power and over-saturation of casual games. This game kicks both arguments where it hurts. 'Another Code: R' is the sequel to the often overlooked DS game 'Another Code' (or 'Trace Memory' in America). It was praised for its unique use of the DS' touch screen and gripping storyline, but dragged down by the fact that it was over quite quickly. It also came ou...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Not as bad as others say 0

 Those of you who are extreme fans of the standard Pokémon formula, leave now. This game does not concern trainers whatsoever. Instead, you take the role of a 'ranger'. This group of people don't permanently capture pokémon. Instead, they calm them down using their 'capture styler' (i.e. your stylus) and get them to help you out of their own free will (supposedly). Basically, you perform missions by finding pokémon, draw rings round them repeatedly and then let go to catch them. 'Simple' is not...

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