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Submitted by mprunty 2218d ago | review

Gaming Evolution Reviews Flower, Sun and Rain

When you think of Suda51 (Suda Goichi), you likely recall titles like Killer 7 for the Nintendo GameCube and No More Heroes for the Nintendo Wii. While most of his work was only released in Japan, Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture developed a nice cult following based off those two titles, which resulted in the team porting over the 2001 PlayStation 2 Japanese release of Flower, Sun and Rain for the Nintendo DS and the American audiences. Without being outdone by anyone, Flower, Sun and Rain uniquely blends puzzles and adventure into one, creating an "unpredictable and off the wall story" that won't be easily forgotten. (Flower, Sun and Rain, Flower, Sun, and Rain: Unending Paradise, Nintendo DS) 6.5/10

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