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Posted 9th Dec 2019Edited by:"mixmixi"

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Next best price I see is reefoutlet at £26.95. CeX sells preowned copies for £25.

The remote town of Okune-zato is shaped like a crescent moon and shrouded in dark myths and legends. Following the disappearance of her brother, the protagonist ventures to Okune-zato with her childhood friend. They find the area rife with mystery and populated by intriguing characters, each harbouring their own hidden motivations. Encounter heart-racing twists and turns as you dig deeper into the story.


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  • Choose Your Fate - Explore multiple character paths and change the course of the story! Play through the
  • game multiple times to uncover the entire tale
  • Experience Stunning Artwork - Witness this colourful story coming to life with beautiful character illustrations and dynamic background effects.
  • Unravel the Enigma - Use your detective skills to question the eclectic members of the "Mystery Club" and solve this challenging interactive puzzle
  • Play the Best - Experience a crime-solving mystery from famed developer Otomate (Idea Factory), makers of the finest visual novel/romance simulation adventures
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Heat. Such a shame the vita been abandoned, it’s a great console.
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Can you play without a PSV?
Heat. Such a shame the vita been abandoned, it’s a great console.
TonySquared09/12/2019 08:30

Heat. Such a shame the vita been abandoned, it’s a great console.


WAS.

Had the potentiality to be a 3DS killer, but alas, Sony threw in the towel.

Still... They caned Nintendo when it came to the Wii U, forcing them to get out of the console arena.

Sony won the console war. And the PS4 sales prove it.
prankster10109/12/2019 10:00

WAS.Had the potentiality to be a 3DS killer, but alas, Sony threw in the …WAS.Had the potentiality to be a 3DS killer, but alas, Sony threw in the towel.Still... They caned Nintendo when it came to the Wii U, forcing them to get out of the console arena.Sony won the console war. And the PS4 sales prove it.


? I don’t believe it was, I believe it is, on the basis I am still playing mine got a nice 17 games to crack through including some imported from Asia like digimon.
TonySquared09/12/2019 10:10

? I don’t believe it was, I believe it is, on the basis I am still playing …? I don’t believe it was, I believe it is, on the basis I am still playing mine got a nice 17 games to crack through including some imported from Asia like digimon.


WAS.

The Vita isn't "in" anymore.

No more "in" than the Atari ST.

Just because you're playing your Vita doesn't make it "in".

Even Sony don't think the Vita is "in", hence why they no longer manufacture cartridges for it anymore. Or develop first party games for it.
prankster10109/12/2019 10:19

WAS.The Vita isn't "in" anymore.No more "in" than the Atari ST.Just …WAS.The Vita isn't "in" anymore.No more "in" than the Atari ST.Just because you're playing your Vita doesn't make it "in".Even Sony don't think the Vita is "in", hence why they no longer manufacture cartridges for it anymore. Or develop first party games for it.


I’m just voicing an opinion, calm yourself down. It’s still for sale (maybe not much longer) at places like game, old stock I agree, but not in Atari territory yet...
Sony concentrated on stationary console, and PS4 example proves the point. Now days when phones are so stupidly insane performance wise(Snapdragon 865 will even bump it up)there is no room for any company to have stationary and mobile console on the market at the same time.
SlawomirSz09/12/2019 11:07

Sony concentrated on stationary console, and PS4 example proves the point. …Sony concentrated on stationary console, and PS4 example proves the point. Now days when phones are so stupidly insane performance wise(Snapdragon 865 will even bump it up)there is no room for any company to have stationary and mobile console on the market at the same time.


Nintendo seem to be doing pretty well?
FrehleysComet09/12/2019 11:24

Nintendo seem to be doing pretty well?


Do they have stationary and mobile console on the market?? No they went full mobile, switch lite just confirms this. Please only don't start with "docking" station cause already PSP had one ages ago.
SlawomirSz09/12/2019 11:38

Do they have stationary and mobile console on the market?? No they went …Do they have stationary and mobile console on the market?? No they went full mobile, switch lite just confirms this. Please only don't start with "docking" station cause already PSP had one ages ago.


They have quite conclusively not gone full mobile. That is a fact.
TonySquared09/12/2019 11:02

I’m just voicing an opinion, calm yourself down. It’s still for sale (ma …I’m just voicing an opinion, calm yourself down. It’s still for sale (maybe not much longer) at places like game, old stock I agree, but not in Atari territory yet...


I just read an article saying they have officially left the handheld market.
I was hoping for a Switch style PS portable
UltimatePhoenix09/12/2019 14:54

I just read an article saying they have officially left the handheld …I just read an article saying they have officially left the handheld market.I was hoping for a Switch style PS portable


best get the games before they go too crazy in price. But it still is a great console
TonySquared09/12/2019 14:59

best get the games before they go too crazy in price. But it still is a … best get the games before they go too crazy in price. But it still is a great console


They are crazy prices most of them haha
Yeh no doubt its a great console, I have mine in bedside table to play when I go bed
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