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Submitted by Cyrus365 2181d ago | review

VGC Review: Flower, Sun, and Rain

VGC writes: "Flower, Sun, and Rain has finally made its way to the U.S., and in doing so it may have earned itself the right of being among the most niche titles ever to be placed onto a DS cartridge. Originally released as a PS2 title in Japan in 2001 and designed by Suda51 of Killer7 and No More Heroes fame, Flower, Sun, and Rain has a difficult time escaping not only subpar visuals and gameplay mechanics, but poor game design that would be deemed "bad" in any year. But if Flower, Sun, and Rain were being reviewed on a scale of sheer bizarreness the title would also receive a perfect score - again, in any year, as the title is an experience unlike anything I've ever seen." (Flower, Sun and Rain, Nintendo DS) 4/10

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