From the twisted mind behind Killer 7 and No More Heroes comes a mystery adventure title like no other. Originally released on the PlayStation®2 and quickly gaining notoriety for its uniqueness, Flower, Sun, and Rain had never been available outside of Japan until now. This updated Nintendo DS release features all the creative quirks that made the original a cult hit while adding Touch Screen functionality and 50 new puzzles in what's sure to please loyal fans of its creator, "Suda51."
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Customer Reviews for Flower, Sun and Rain
Review 1 for Flower, Sun and Rain
A true gem for the opened mind
First of I will simply say this: "WOW"Wow as in the Story is amazing. It's also very strange but it's so great at the same time. I'd call it a mature story..Not because it's bloody or has nude women walking all around or any of that crap. It's mature because of how intelligent writing is. I can go from dead serious to "I can't believe he just said that!" in no time at all and still fit perfectly.Wow because the music is top notch! Featuring remixes of classical music (That actually sounds really good) and original music. The sounds effects are nice too. I wish they would release the soundtrack though :(Wow because of the gameplay. I'll tell you now this game is a mystery. You will spend a lot of time reading text and figuring out clues so I can understand why some people wont love it like I do.Wow because of the characters. They are a allstar cast. They range from snotty 4thwall breaking kids to cosplaying business men. Now for a some cons.The graphics arn't great. They work but this is a port of a japanese only PS2 GAME so they wont be great but they are decent and they work and it really has a bunch of style anyway.The port isn't perfect. There's a few glitches and stuff here and there...I wish the original company who made the ps2 game had handled porting instead of the other company but it still is ok. It lagged a bit right near the end but that may just be the European version=final words=This game is definitely a niche game. Some people will love it and some people will hate it but I definitely recommend it. It's going on my top five game list for sure..My main gripe is that it's kinda a sequel to the japanese psx game "The silver case" and the story reference's it a bit so I think they should have made a english ds port of the silver case before they ported this but hey they are porting it so that's good..just should have done it first...