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Submitted by pjeigh 1863d ago | review

Gamertell Review: Flower, Sun and Rain for DS

Gamertell has posted a positive review of XSeed's DS game titled Flower, Sun and Rain.

From the review:

"Flower, Sun and Rain has everything you expect from a Goichi Suda game. It's stylish, has an incredibly complicated and interesting plot, unusual gameplay mechanics and a wonderful sense of ambiance. While the visuals aren't stellar and the camera constantly fails the player, the controls, characters and stories more than make up for it. And, if the graphics annoy you a bit, keep playing. As the game goes on and Sumio experiences the same day over and over, things start to look different. Sadly, after playing and finishing Flower, Sun and Rain, I get the feeling that only Suda51 and point-and-click adventure fans will pick up and persevere through this wonderful story." (Flower, Sun and Rain, Flower, Sun, and Rain: Unending Paradise, Nintendo DS) B/A+

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