It’s a pressie from Japan’s Club Nintendo, rewarding my excessive spending habits with an exclusive not-available-in-the-shops first-party DS game. Hurrah!
What’s it like, then? And what’s it called? So glad you asked. The game’s title is Zekkyou Senshi: Sakebu Rain (in English, that’s something like Exclamation Warrior: Shout Rain). It’s a multiplayer scrolling fighter/platformer of sorts, a bit like Guardian Heroes crossed with a 16-bit Goemon game, and it features one major novelty: you have to shout into the DS’ mic to perform attacks. Can’t imagine any Japanese person playing this one on the train.
Unusually for a DS game, Exclamation Warrior is mutliplayer-only. There is no solo play here — it’s download play or go home. It seems like a nifty little game so far, though, and it’s fun to shout with friends for a change (instead of shouting at them). Plus, Exclamation Warrior’s heroes look like Power Rangers — a certifiable Good Thing.
Damn, it's been awhile since anybody's said anything about this program. Since then, it opened in the US and has been getting quite the amount of rewards lately. It makes me want to buy even more games.
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