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Submitted by tokoshix 2239d ago | review

Nintendo Now: Flower, Sun, and Rain Review

From Nintendo Now:

Thanks to games like Killer 7 and No More Heroes getting high recognition, Suda 51 is starting to become well-known for his unique gameplay design and wacky stories. That same feel can also be found in Flower, Sun, and Rain, a PS2 title that only saw release in Japan. Thanks to the popularity that Suda 51 is slowly gaining, the DS remake was able to see release here in the states. For the most part, this DS game is a great treat for most Suda 51 fans, who are curious of the developer's early works. However, it may be too far out there for many others to grasp. Those who are able to get into the title, will surely find something truly unique. (Flower, Sun and Rain, Nintendo DS) 7.8/10

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