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Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
That is no mistake! I was referring to the inkling being in twenty-ninerd place. Do you not know Lonk of Pennsylvania fame!? Hero of Find Mii? He is probably your next door neighboor!

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I decide to hurt him after he refused to go out with me.

Hurt: Lonk
Heal: Shy Guy

Baby Luigi - 30
Baby Mario - 20
Baby Peach - 13
Bowser - 22
Bowser Jr. - 13
Cat Peach - 21
Daisy - 7
Donkey Kong - 30
Dry Bones - 19
Inkling Boy - 24
King Boo - 15
Koopa Troopa - 20
Lakitu - 24
Larry - 18
Lemmy - 22
Link - 21
Ludwig - 14
Luigi - 30
Mario - 26
Metal Mario - 19
Morton - 23
Peach - 26
Rosalina - 20
Shy Guy - 25
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toadette - 20
Waluigi - 6
Wario - 24

29rd - Inkling Girl
30th - Toad
31st - Villager
32nd - Iggy
33rd - Yoshi
34th - Dry Bowser
35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

Favorite extremely small details in games
I kinda like this thread so I'll bring it back. No64DD told me Nushi Tsuri had an N64 in it. The first game has a console which looks more like a PlayStation but in the sequal Nushi Tsuri 64 Shiokaze ni Notte there is indeed a Nintendo 64! It's in the inn where you rest so it must be lodgenet.

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Its always cool when game consoles appeared in video games on their own console. It seemed to slow down once consoles lost all personality in the 7th generation but it does still happen in 3ds and Wii-U games sometimes and I think Uncharted 4 had a ps1. Weird thing is that this is a completely 3rd party game.

God I can't wait until I can take real screenshots

Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
So many dumb characters with high health, not enough super hurts. Baby Luigi has reached 30 more times then I can count. I didn't even notice they weren't in alphabetical order but I did notice that no one noticed the error I snuck in

Super Hurt: Lonk
Heal: Shy Guy

Baby Luigi - 30
Baby Mario - 20
Baby Peach - 13
Bowser - 22
Bowser Jr. - 13
Cat Peach - 21
Daisy - 6
Donkey Kong - 30
Dry Bones - 19
Inkling Boy - 24
King Boo - 15
Koopa Troopa - 20
Lakitu - 24
Larry - 18
Lemmy - 22
Link - 23
Ludwig - 16
Luigi - 30
Mario - 26
Metal Mario - 19
Morton - 23
Peach - 26
Rosalina - 20
Shy Guy - 24
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toadette - 20
Waluigi - 6
Wario - 24

29rd - Inkling Girl
30th - Toad
31st - Villager
32nd - Iggy
33rd - Yoshi
34th - Dry Bowser
35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

N-cyclopedia 64 - POWERED BY N64 FOREVER
@Pimpin Mainer The name is good enough to sell books on its own so thank you! :yeah: Not sure if there will be a subtitle but we've got awhile to decide on that.

@breeding_fear It's going to be awhile before we start getting settled on pictures but we certainly wouldn't want to miss anything like posters or preorder/special edition trinkets. When we take into account every unique box manual, plastic tray, card, and promotional pamphlet in the world, including Japanese stuff, it would be a whole project on its own just to get that pictured and we would need cooperation from a lot of collectors. I do know we at least wanted to squeeze in every box variant. You'll have to wait for Dan or Italia to make a statement on that since it isn't my forte. We will see how it all goes and once a plan is set in motion I will pretend I was also in on it :mario:

Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
Hurt and murder in cold ink: Inkling Girl
Heal: Toadette

Baby Luigi - 27
Baby Mario - 20
Baby Peach - 13
Bowser - 22
Bowser Jr. - 13
Cat Peach - 21
Daisy - 14
Donkey Kong - 30
Dry Bones - 21
Lakitu - 24
Larry - 18
Lemmy - 22
Link - 30
Ludwig - 16
Luigi - 30
Inkling Boy - 24
King Boo - 17
Koopa Troopa - 19
Mario - 25
Metal Mario - 19
Morton - 23
Peach - 24
Rosalina - 19
Shy Guy - 25
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toadette - 20
Waluigi - 8
Wario - 26

29rd - Inkling Girl
30th - Toad
31st - Villager
32nd - Iggy
33rd - Yoshi
34th - Dry Bowser
35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

June Game of the Month Nomination Topic
DABOMBEVERYPLAY
May 17 2017, 09:36 AM
If we're nominating one of the worst games on the console (South Park), then i'm nominating Mortal Kombat Mythologies.
I think Mortal Kombat Mythologies is pretty bad, I agree that it's 1 of the worst, but I'll be the first person to explain why it isn't as bad as people say it is.

I'd say if you want a game that is hard as nails and very execution heavy it would be one of the N64 games I recommend most with the disclaimer that the game has a lot of BS parts to deal with. It takes lots of patience which is something I notice a lot of reviewers and YouTube lets players don't have

Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
Milage007
May 16 2017, 02:02 PM
@Shellshocker - I love how you have given up on Inkling Girl... as you know what is going to happen... :blasphemy bat:

I wouldn't call it giving up if I never had any faith in her to begin with #harshreality

Hurt: Morton
Heal: Toadette


Baby Luigi - 30
Baby Mario - 20
Baby Peach - 13
Bowser - 22
Bowser Jr. - 13
Cat Peach - 21
Daisy - 12
Donkey Kong - 29
Dry Bones - 21
Lakitu - 24
Larry - 18
Lemmy - 22
Link - 30
Ludwig - 16
Luigi - 30
Inkling Girl - 6
Inkling Boy - 24
King Boo - 19
Koopa Troopa - 19
Mario - 25
Metal Mario - 19
Morton - 23
Peach - 24
Rosalina - 19
Shy Guy - 25
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toadette - 19
Waluigi - 12
Wario - 26

30th - Toad
31st - Villager
32nd - Iggy
33rd - Yoshi
34th - Dry Bowser
35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
:mellow:

Hurt: Lakitu
Heal: Shy Guy


Baby Luigi - 30
Baby Mario - 20
Baby Peach - 11
Bowser - 22
Bowser Jr. - 15
Cat Peach - 21
Daisy - 12
Donkey Kong - 29
Dry Bones - 21
Lakitu - 24
Larry - 18
Lemmy - 22
Link - 30
Ludwig - 16
Luigi - 30
Inkling Girl - 8
Inkling Boy - 24
King Boo - 19
Koopa Troopa - 19
Mario - 25
Metal Mario - 19
Morton - 25
Peach - 24
Rosalina - 21
Shy Guy - 25
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toadette - 18
Waluigi - 12
Wario - 26

30th - Toad
31st - Villager
32nd - Iggy
33rd - Yoshi
34th - Dry Bowser
35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

June Game of the Month Nomination Topic
Duck Dodgers Starring Daffy Duck

That's one I never see nominated

Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
Well my guesses can only get closer with time

Hurt: Donkey Kong
Heal: inkling girl

Baby Luigi - 30
Baby Mario - 18
Baby Peach - 11
Bowser - 21
Bowser Jr. - 15
Cat Peach - 20
Daisy - 11
Donkey Kong - 227
Dry Bones - 21
Lakitu - 25
Larry - 18
Lemmy - 22
Link - 30
Ludwig - 16
Luigi - 30
Inkling Girl - 16
Inkling Boy - 24
King Boo - 19
Koopa Troopa - 19
Mario - 25
Metal Mario - 21
Morton - 25
Peach - 24
Rosalina - 21
Shy Guy - 26
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toad - 4
Toadette - 18
Waluigi - 14
Wario - 25

31st - Villager
32nd - Iggy
33rd - Yoshi
34th - Dry Bowser
35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
My man :yeah:
The day we are opposing sides in a hurt and heal will be sad. It'll be big headlines line the mike&ike breakup

Hurt: Toad
Heal: Inkling Girl

Baby Luigi - 30
Baby Mario - 18
Baby Peach - 11
Bowser - 21
Bowser Jr. - 15
Cat Peach - 20
Daisy - 13
Donkey Kong - 28
Dry Bones - 21
Lakitu - 25
Larry - 18
Lemmy - 22
Link - 30
Ludwig - 16
Luigi - 30
Inkling Girl - 15
Inkling Boy - 23
King Boo - 19
Koopa Troopa - 18
Mario - 25
Metal Mario - 21
Morton - 25
Peach - 24
Rosalina - 21
Shy Guy - 26
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toad - 8
Toadette - 18
Waluigi - 14
Wario - 25

31st - Villager
32nd - Iggy
33rd - Yoshi
34th - Dry Bowser
35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

Right Now Might be the Best Time to be Collecting for N64
Rocky
May 15 2017, 06:22 AM
IG is just a big case of show and tell and no substance to me. It's mainly posts that go "anyone remember this gem!?" with a bunch of people responding with one liner comments. Seems like it's just a place for people to expand their ego with their 'follower' count and what not.
I had never used instagram until about 30 minutes ago and I can't give this comment a big enough thumbs up.

I'm the furthest thing from a collector but seeing people with such impressive collections, yet having no substance or passion in their conversations about it just makes me sad and seeing some of them spout incorrect information makes me cringe, like they clearly don't care about what they are talking about, just how good it makes them sound.

That's how nearly entire internet feels for me sometimes and I almost never try to vent about it because it's fruitless. This website is pretty good though :n64:

Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
He's asleep someone help me kill toad :blasphemy bat: :toad: :blasphemy bat:

Hurt: Toad
Heal: Inkling Girl

Baby Luigi - 30
Baby Mario - 18
Baby Peach - 11
Bowser - 21
Bowser Jr. - 15
Cat Peach - 20
Daisy - 12
Donkey Kong - 27
Dry Bones - 21
Lakitu - 25
Larry - 18
Lemmy - 22
Link - 30
Ludwig - 16
Luigi - 30
Inkling Girl - 16
Inkling Boy - 23
King Boo - 19
Koopa Troopa - 18
Mario - 24
Metal Mario - 21
Morton - 25
Peach - 24
Rosalina - 21
Shy Guy - 26
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toad - 17
Toadette - 18
Waluigi - 14
Wario - 25

31st - Villager
32nd - Iggy
33rd - Yoshi
34th - Dry Bowser
35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
Time to push some buttons to see where Milage Stands. People from the N64 generation seem to have fondness for Toad. I shall start there

Hurt: Toad
Heal: Inkling Girl

Baby Luigi - 30
Baby Mario - 18
Baby Peach - 10
Bowser - 21
Bowser Jr. - 15
Cat Peach - 20
Daisy - 12
Donkey Kong - 27
Dry Bones - 21
Lakitu - 25
Larry - 18
Lemmy - 22
Link - 30
Ludwig - 16
Luigi - 30
Inkling Girl - 17
Inkling Boy - 23
King Boo - 19
Koopa Troopa - 18
Mario - 24
Metal Mario - 21
Morton - 25
Peach - 24
Rosalina - 21
Shy Guy - 26
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toad - 19
Toadette - 18
Waluigi - 14
Wario - 25

31st - Villager
32nd - Iggy
33rd - Yoshi
34th - Dry Bowser
35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

Games You've Finished in 2017
I think Mario Kart is a lot funner at 200cc because the brake is essential but every local tournament has to conform for the 150cc crowd. I still rock Shy Guy no matter how many heavies try to sumo me

N-cyclopedia 64 - POWERED BY N64 FOREVER
Critisicm noted! I will do a little rewrite, part of the jankiness of Nushi Tsuri is that there is a ton of info to cram in 800 words so I realize if it sounds odd. It feels more information overload then other reviews I have written. There was lots of stuff I had to cut or move to the Nushi Tsuri 2 review. If you like I can send you some more examples of my work so far or maybe I can post one that I wrote on my own that isn't Japanese.

I'm sure there are some typos but we will have to reread all of them at some point and hopefully our editor can catch these.

I edited the Nushi Tsuri review once. I did use the word you too much.
Actually I edited it like 7 or 8 times. Fixed quite a few things though. Still not perfect but better at least

N-cyclopedia 64 - POWERED BY N64 FOREVER
Well yeah we are going to include every game from every region. This book is written from a more North American perspective so as of right now the format will be Ntsc-u and PAL released games in 1 section listed in Alphabetical order, with the Japanese exclusives being in their own separate section. Unfortunately I can't post every review but I may periodically throw some teasers into the thread if anyone is interested :P

N-cyclopedia 64 - POWERED BY N64 FOREVER
Hiya guys. So this project has been going on for about 2 months now and I want to update everyone but first I just wanted to be transparent on my feelings of being a head writer in this book.

Despite the fact that this book is being written by 3 people, all the information is coming from dozens of members and years worth of quality posts here and across the web. I feel the slightest bit uncomfortable at the fact that I, as a 19 year old newbie to the scene, may profit off the hard work of a bunch of people. I've already got a lot of reassurance on my role in this book but I still wonder if anyone resents the fact that I was chosen to write so much of it. I don't think I have much to worry about but I still wanted to make known that I'm aware that I'm in an odd position that plenty of other people could have filled. I am still not even sure about putting a real photo of myself into the book. Still, my name is going to be on it so I am doing my best to assure this isn't going to be something anyone regrets and I know everyone involved wants this to be something the entire community can satisfied with. I am quite literally working restlessly to make sure that happens because if something in this book is wrong I'm going to feel terrible.

Anyway, my whole dealio is that I help with game coverage and history. Mostly I'm a “review” guy. I even bought all my own elgato stuff and now all I'm waiting for is the S-video cable so we can get original and high quality screenshots for every game. Correct screenshots too ;)

We are 22 complete reviews in, so yeah progress is slow so far but not a day goes by that we aren't making progress. I want to personally thank Pimpin Mainer for the N-Cyclopedia name. I don't think anyone wants to pay for a book with my personal opinions and anecdotes and the fact we are calling it an encyclopedia always helps keep that in my mind while writing.

I want to give you guys a taste of the style we are going for since I suppose some of you might be interested in this book. “Reviews” so far have generally been close to or under 800 words not including history or any supplemental information. We try to keep it about the opinions of players in general and by that I mean the ones who really give the games a chance, all while still making it clear why someone could be turned off from a game. Our personal experience does help to judge this but we aren't inserting our biases into these “reviews” to the best of our human capabilities


This is one I like as an example because me and italia both wrote it. Often he will write a very detailed review but with some organization issues and English errors. Once we both write together to fix those mistakes we are able to cut down on words and organize the reviews into something I think is really good, but I'd like to hear some readers thoughts. Of course these are missing screenshots, formatting, and other stuff but these are just teasers.


------------Top Gear Rally 2-------------

Developed by: Kemco / Saffire
Published by: Kemco
Rumble Pak
Save: 6 pages Controller Pak for 3 files
Expansion Pak: Unlocks high-res mode
1-4 player

With a different development team and graphics engine Top Gear Rally 2 is a sequel in name only as it looks and plays nothing like its predecessor. The four-point suspension and realistic physics of Top Gear Rally have been simplified giving an overall arcade rally feel combined with an huge amount of simulation features.

The core of the game are the 5 cups of the Championship mode each with anywhere between 3 and 5 courses. The player has to finish the multiple legs of each course with the best overall time meaning that finishing first in every race is not required since racers start one at time.

Top Gear Rally 2 gameplay is heavily based on the damage and upgradable parts system. Tires can blow, water can short-circuit the computer board, and all parts can wear down from intensive use or accidents reducing their performance. In order to prevent failures it's not only important to avoid contact with other cars, walls, barriers, rocks, railroads etc., but also to upgrade the car parts with more reliable and high performance parts. It’s possible to repair parts between one leg and another but this will add penalty seconds to the overall time with the exception of tires which you can repair even during the racing. This gives the Championship mode a strategic aspect as the player must decide what parts need repairing and when they can afford a time penalty in order to survive. Plays must weigh when to drive aggressively to make up time and when to make careful overtakes and cleaner corners when they have a good lead on time.

As the title suggests races take places on multi-terrain roads across mountains, deserts, farmlands, and jungles, with all the rally games variables like night races, sand, snow, fog, mud, different intensities of rain, small streams to cross and more. Finding the right set-up of parts requires experience as the weather is not always predictable and some races have mixed combination of road surfaces. Every component has different specs but most are never clearly superior to their alternatives so it’s not always clear which is the best compromise. Tires are definitely the most important part to consider since the choice will drastically change the performance of every race.

Progress lets the player earn Sponsorship Credits in order to repair or buy parts and Championship Points for unlock parts, cups and get new teams offers.
There are 14 different teams, a few with licensed cars while most have fictional names but are identical to their real life counterparts. Every car has its different behaviour and this going to change as more as the car is upgraded.

The game features a useful ARSG Rally School, a GranTurismo influenced mode, where the player has to practice different tasks and traversing obstacles. Hardcore racers will love to get all the gold licenses in this mode by mastering powerslides through hairpins without touching cones or being tested with different damage or weather conditions. Multiplayer modes include a 1-4 player arcade vs mode where car parts will not take damage and a very interesting team championship where 2 players race through the whole single player championship against a computer controlled team. The replay value is increased by a random track generator, available for players who have finished all the regular cups. It is possible to have déjŕ vu sensations as even the normal tracks are composed by a certain number of different segments combined in a different order.

Graphics are a mixed bag but are overall opaque, blurry, and drab looking. Car bodies visually don’t feature any damage either though it’s possible to see new sponsorships appear as you achieve good results for your team. There is some attention to details to compensate like the mud which progressively accumulates over the body of the car and can be washed by driving through deep enough water. Tires kick up sand, mud, and dust depending on the terrain, bugs and stones mark the screen, cars leave skids and trails, and rain on the camera decreases visibility. The sense of speed in the beginning is very low but it get better with faster cars, the framerate is solid with some exceptions in multiplayer.

While the music is very understated and generic the sound effects are well recreated. Every engine makes a different noise which also changes after upgrades or if you break the muffler during the race. There are also different co-pilot voices and good assortment of other effects like parts damaging, splashes, wrecks.

Star rating: 4/5

You may like:

More arcade like racing physics
Strategic part damage/upgrade system
Replay value with ARSG School, random track, and 4 player modes


You may dislike:

Bland visuals and audio
Slow cars and failing parts in the beginning can be frustrating
High learning curve


The UK release of Top Gear Rally 2 was renamed TG Rally 2 despite no other entries in the series being changed. A trade mark from the UK Intellectual Property Office says in 1999 the BBC filed against Kemco for the use of the name

https://www.ipo.gov.uk/types/tm/t-os/t-find/t-challenge-decision-results/t-challenge-decision-results-bl?BL_Number=O/252/99


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We have a You may like/dislike system which is different from pros and cons. Some aspects may be both a like and a dislike depending on what type of player you are. That way we can make it clearer that even good games have negatives and bad games have positives from different player perspectives. I hope everyone understands that when we list flaws we aren't saying they universally affect everyone's enjoyment

As you can see games are rated from half a star to 5 stars which is basically a 1-10 scale. I will make special note of this myself but the ratings are for the most part not important and personal enjoyment is completely subjective. Some games (Goldeneye, Ocarina, etc.) will get points for being games that defined the system and still help maintain its popularity today, even if they are riddled with flaws that some gamers may dislike ( No game is perfect, not even 5 star games. Plus if they didn't have 5 stars people would hate the book. I hope you understand what I mean)

As well as coverage for all the English releases I have made it a priority to cover Japanese games with the exact same amount of care as too often Japanese games are given less coverage due to the fact most people haven't played them. Of course this has to be done with my minimal knowledge of Japanese, using Google Translate to both play the games and translate every page of the manual as well as searching Japanese websites for coverage which Danilochka has helped with greatly.

I want to thank No64DD for personally helping me out with several Japanese manuals already including both Nushi Tsuri games. Anyway here is the review as it is now. It is one of the more feature rich, mechanically deep, and still relatively undiscussed Japanese exclusives.


-------------Nushi Tsuri 64-----------


Developed by: Victor Interactive Software
Published by: Pack-In-Soft (Pack-In-Video)
Saves: 1 file for each character saves on cartridge. Controller Pak saves 2 extra aquariums and insect cages for 1 page. These animals can’t breed or die
Rumble pak
Transfer pak: Fish caught in Umi No Nushi Tsuri 2 will be added to your animal journal and can be viewed in 3D


With the first game releasing in 1990 on the original Famicom, Nushi Tsuri 64 is part of a prolific series of mostly Japanese exclusive life simulation/fishing games. The few installments released internationally were renamed to Legend of the River King in the U.S. and Harvest Fishing in Europe which is not a coincidence as some games were published by Natsume for their similarities to the more well known Harvest Moon series. The original and Harvest Moon 64 were published by Pack-in-Video in Japan and it is likely that many of the same developers worked on both series’ as well.

There are 6 characters to choose from each with their own mission and legendary fish to catch. The game has 10 areas each with unique plants, wildlife, and fish to encounter depending on the time of day and the current season, as well as many fishing competitions and special items to find.

Fishing is a simple matter of waiting for a fish to circle the bobber and pressing A where the camera angle will change to show a 3D underwater view of the fish. From there you must keep the lure from floating to the surface until the fish bites. Then it's as simple as holding A to reel the fish in when it runs out of stamina so the line doesn't break. There are 102 types of fish to catch many of which can only be persuaded with specific bait or lures which mimic the shapes, movements, sounds, and light reflections of certain fish. The size of each rod determines which fish it is best suited to catch and some fish require boats like canoes or a tarai to reach and an anchor to avoid drifting away while fishing.

There are also 111 types of insects that can be caught and used as bait. The bugs and other small animals are caught with a unique first person view where you slowly zoom in and grab them with your hand or net. It's best to wait for the insects to be calm and unmoving because missing can cause them to fly away or get angry and try to attack. 40 types of flowers can also be found which you can snip, plant, or water to keep more sprouting up. Flowers can be easily sold for money and get bigger and more valuable the longer they grow.

Along with the insects there are also 50 larger animals to interact with like tanuki, goats, foxes, and various birds. You can befriend some animals like cats and bunnies which will give you health but animals like snakes or bears will attack instead. Running away takes time so often throwing weapons can make animals flee but this could also make others more aggressive and territorial.

Many things like animals and insects who attack, the passing of time, climbing slopes, rowing, and swimming will decrease physical strength and if the player passes out they have to return to the last statue they saved at. Eating food, interacting with friendly animals, and resting at inns restores strength. High strength is important for dealing higher damage to animals and being able to cast the fishing rod farther upstream so it doesn't startle any fish.

Taking fish, insects, and flowers as well as murdering animals in cold blood will lower their population. It is important to feed animals, water flowers, and not take every fish you catch so resources won't disappear. Fish and insects can be placed in the aquarium and insects cage to breed but if the tank isn't maintained and they aren't fed the correct food they will die. These creatures can then be used as bait or sold for money.

The game contains relaxing music and environmental sound effects adding to the relaxing atmosphere and some of the most detailed 2d art of any N64 game which is reminiscent of classic top down RPG’s, a visual style rarely seen for the console.

Most of the challenge comes from identifying and gathering the correct resources to catch some of the rarer fish which makes the game very trial and error based. The biggest flaw with the game is that it can be very repetitive due to the slow nature of fishing and it is very challenging to play without knowing Japanese. The game also has less focus on character interaction and community events like Harvest Moon or Animal Crossing. It currently doesn't have a translation but it is worth a look for fans of slower paced simulation games.



Star Rating: 3.5/5

You may like:

Relaxing life simulations
Relatively simple and approachable fishing mechanics
Beautifully detailed 2d world with great music
Tons of unique mechanics and events


You may dislike:

Gameplay requires patience and trial and error which can be repetitive
Less focus on characters than similar games
Later areas can only be unlocked in certain seasons and time passes slowly

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So, I would like some feedback about these overviews. Would you guys mind seeing a book with 388 of these? Obviously not all of them will be the same length or focus on the same aspects but these are good indicators. If you have legitimate criticism or ideas on how to improve these I would like to hear it.

If you have a collection of Japanese exclusive game manuals and you would like to help out please feel free to contact me. You will be credited and I won't upload the pictures anywhere else without your consent.


Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
I think I'm about to become your worst enemy Milage. I don't think Yoshi deserves death this early

Hurt: Baby Luigi
Heal: Yoshi

Baby Luigi - 26
Baby Mario - 16
Baby Peach - 10
Bowser - 20
Bowser Jr. - 15
Cat Peach - 19
Daisy - 19
Donkey Kong - 24
Dry Bones - 21
Dry Bowser - 2
Lakitu - 24
Larry - 19
Lemmy - 22
Link - 30
Ludwig - 20
Luigi - 30
Iggy - 15
Inkling Girl - 16
Inkling Boy - 23
King Boo - 18
Koopa Troopa - 20
Mario - 23
Metal Mario - 21
Morton - 25
Peach - 20
Rosalina - 21
Shy Guy - 26
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toad - 21
Toadette - 18
Villager - 6
Waluigi - 18
Wario - 25
Yoshi - 13

35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

Hurt/Heal: MK8D Racers
Wow a bunch of people died since the last time I posted

Hurt: Baby Luigi
Heal: Inkling Girl

Baby Luigi - 28
Baby Mario - 15
Baby Peach - 10
Bowser - 20
Bowser Jr. - 15
Cat Peach - 19
Daisy - 19
Donkey Kong - 24
Dry Bones - 21
Dry Bowser - 4
Lakitu - 24
Larry - 19
Lemmy - 22
Link - 30
Ludwig - 20
Luigi - 30
Iggy - 15
Inkling Girl - 15
Inkling Boy - 23
King Boo - 18
Koopa Troopa - 20
Mario - 23
Metal Mario - 21
Morton - 25
Peach - 20
Rosalina - 21
Shy Guy - 26
Tanooki Mario - 22
Toad - 21
Toadette - 18
Villager - 6
Waluigi - 18
Wario - 25
Yoshi - 19

35th - Isabelle
36th - Gold Mario
37th - Mii
38th - Baby Rosalina
39th - Wendy
40th - Baby Daisy
41st - Rose Gold Peach
42nd - Roy

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