A tsundere cat? . . . Does your cat watch anime?
That was such a strange game. Even by Japanese game standards.
I'm not sure which game you're talking about. I mentioned 3 Japanese games in my post--all strange.
Now why would I want to play that when I have Nintendogs + Cats?
Well now, your cat in that game is clearly not zen enough, so perhaps you would go searching for another.
Some random PSM bits and pieces:
- In the US, at least, PSM is ending with 507 games and 63 apps in the Store. It's sad that almost 6% of all the games are by Lightning Game Studios/B.P. Genre breakdown: action 72, adventure 23, arcade 88, brain training 10, casual 89, educational 6, family 3, "fighting" 1 (not really fighting, since it's that Massive Cleavage game), horror 2, music 3, party 4, puzzle 79, racing 10, RPG 18, shooter 43, simulation 11, sports 13, strategy 20, unique 12. Apps: audio 1, books 2, comics 1, communications 2, education 1, entertainment 6, finance 1, health/fitness 4, lifestyle 3, music 4, news 2, photography 7, social networking 4, travel 1, utilities 22, weather 2. Several titles seem to have been removed early, like Cytus Lambda, Samurai Beatdown, Frederic - Resurrection of Music, and Unicorn Savior.
- The screenshots in the PS Store for Chicken!Chicken! include one that says, among its onscreen text, "please touch the chicken as much as you can!" Touch, not . . . you know.
- Those Lightning Game Studios games are pricey enough in PSM, so take a look at the price on this PC download of theirs at Amazon.com. Keep in mind that this is a 3-minute game.
- A YouTube clip I was watching described something's gameplay (0War?) as being similar to Advance Wars. But, the audio was muffled a bit right then, and so my ears initially parsed that as "Lame-Ass Whores."
- The game Fleet Connection, which is a reskinning of 0War with anime-styled character portraits, uses a pun in its Japanese title. "Kan Kone" ("kan" = "warship"; "kone" is short for "konekushon" ("connection")) is a wordplay mimicking the recent popular anime series Kan Kore ("Kan Collection"), which stars warships personified as girls.
- That second PSM title from NiaProject, the creator of The Sexy Seashore, actually did get published, just only in Japan (because it had a lot of Japanese text). Based on this gameplay video, Yashiki: The Residence does indeed appear to have been an adventure game.
- The creator of PSM's Snake and Helicopter reflected on the end of PSM in a blog post. In it, he reveals that Snake sold over 4000 copies, while Helicopter was nearing 2000.
- 2015/07/13 GMT