Japan sees a lot of game releases that can easily be defined as “obscure” by western gaming audiences. It’s not the quality of the game, but rather the overall concept that assumedly would leave every non-Japanese gamer unsatisfied. While this isn’t always the case (Pokémon anyone?), it’s still rare to see a game like Solatorobo: Red the Hunter actually get localized. As the spiritual successor to Tails Concerto, another obscure game that made its way to our shores no one has heard of, it gives us a glimpse into a world of gaming that isn’t so different from what us western players are used to.