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ConsoleNintendo Wii
DeveloperClover Studio, Ready at Dawn, Ready At Dawn / Clover Studio
GenreAction , Adventure
ReleasedApril 15, 2008
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The fabled monster known as Orochi has reappeared with the intention of turning the entire world into a desolate wasteland. The sun deity Amaterasu, who takes the form of a wolf, must vanquish every malevolent person he comes across in order to bring the earth’s natural order and beauty back to its former state. Amaterasu goes throughout the earth to different locations in order to restore the abilities of the “Celestial Brush,” while simultaneously revivifying all forms of life.

Key Features

  • Play as a deity to restore order and beauty to a world that has become desolate by evil. You have free reign to create and destroy anything you want.
  • Innovative Gameplay and Control Scheme – Defeating monsters needs the use of not just physical assaults, but also Amaterasu’s ‘Celestial Brush’ to paint the required powers for decimating opponents and solving riddles. The game also features a unique storyline that unfolds over the course of the game.
  • Battles that are both intense and packed with action – Fight against a wide variety of demons and creatures in this video game with its origins in Japanese folklore.
  • Utilize Multiple Gameplay Approaches — In addition to the Celestial Brush, Amaterasu is able to wield three distinct types of offensive weaponry, each of which possesses its own set of special skills and effects. It is conceivable to use a weapon either as the primary or secondary weapon, depending on how it is equipped:
  • Reflectors are weaponry that is best suited for close-range combat due to their balanced design.
  • Sacred magatama beads on rosaries are excellent for performing fast attacks at far range.
  • Glaives are weapons that, when fully charged, allow their wielders to deliver strong close-range attacks.
  • Intriguing Take on the role of Amaterasu, the sun god, who is said to have traveled to earth in the form of a wolf. This will be your main character. “Kami” is what the English word “wolf” is translated to in Japanese.
  • Innovative and ground-breaking visuals and designs are featured. A wide variety of stages with an appearance similar to watercolor is produced by the use of designs that are colorful and motivating and are evocative of traditional Japanese art that was created on paper scrolls.
  • Engage in conversation with a diverse and lively group of individuals.

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