Summary: Perhaps the best music on the ds. Graphics suffer because they either had to be simplified for the ds or are still so complex that the game lags. Relatively fun, but I had to wait a year before playing it to really enjoy it. Playing a 100% run makes the game a lot more fulfilling than just playing it through though. Usually, that might not be the case because collecting achievements may feel tedious, but in this case, it enhances the backstory.
Summary: Love the original Okami and this follow up doesn't dissapoint. It is a charming follow up, that takes advantage of the DS, s touch screen making the brush skill feel more organic. Though the enemies and quest tend to get repetitive, I found myself interested in the charming art style and the memorable characters. I recommend it to any Okami fans or anyone who still owns a DS and whose handheld is collecting dust particles. A great game for a great price!
Summary: I've played okami before on the Wii (my girlfriend kinda forced me to haha) so this game must be great too! Shipping was quick, which is really nice! The game cover was ripped little bit :/ but was still in plastic wrapping assuming game is in there haha can't wait to give it to my girlfriend!
Summary: While not nearly on the same level of awesome as Okami, this game was highly enjoyable for me. The story and gameplay were great. It's a true shame games like this are overlooked by so many gamers. I'd like to see the series continue, but with average sales, we may never see that happen.
Summary: A very good game, like it's predecessor, but the graphics aren't what i was expecting. It's a simple art, so i could have better graphics. I couldn't find my nintendo club card inside it, for registering.
A unique experience on the DS, but retreads too much of the original
Richard Baker "BinaryMessiah", Amazon
28 March 2012
Summary: The Good: Beautiful visuals, charming story and characters, brush strokes are perfect on the touch screen, long adventure will keep you busy, epic boss fights The Bad: Lots of slowdown, copies too much from Okami, feels long-winded towards the end, easy puzzles Pork Chop, Mutt, Pooch, Squiddy, Dude, Boy, and every other name but Chibiterasu does our poor little hero have to be called throughout his journey.