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Mami Inoue: Kono Hoshi ni Tatta Hitori no Kimi

Mami Inoue: Kono Hoshi ni Tatta Hitori no Kimi (TGCD) game cover art
Platform: Turbografx-CD
Genre: Graphic Adventure
Developer: Hudson Soft

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
12/25/1992

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Mami Inoue: Kono Hoshi ni Tatta Hitori no Kimi review

Reviewed August 10, 2005

Zigfried says: "As you play this Super CD that uses chip music (except for one excruciatingly long and badly-photoshopped karaoke sequence), you get to do such exciting things as LOOK, TALK, and THINK. On one of the scripted adventure paths, you get to listen to your class's entire roll call from top to bottom. Then you enjoy the excitement of looking at the clock over and over to advance the "story", because staring at the clock is the ONLY way to make time pass."
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