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Okami

Okami (WII) game cover art
Platform: Wii
Tags: Adventure, Fantasy
Developers: Ready at Dawn, Clover Studio
AKA: Ookami (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
04/15/2008
EU
06/13/2008
JP
10/15/2009
AU
06/06/2008

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Staff Reviews

Okami review (PlayStation 2)

Reviewed August 14, 2008

Rob Hamilton says: "Some dungeons also do memorable jobs of balancing on the line between epic and comedic, with the vast cavernous fortress Orochi calls home being perhaps the best example. The battle with the great serpent is an awesome clash that's topped off with cowardly warrior Susano finally accepting his heritage as the descendant of Nagi and realizing his heroic potential. Leading into this.....you're running around with a mask covering your head and fetching ingredients for an imp chef so it can concoct the perfect side course to Orochi's virtuous maiden supper."
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Reader Reviews

Okami review

Reviewed May 22, 2008

disco says: "The world is dying. The trees are nothing more than wooden skeletons. The grass has shriveled away and scattered on the wind. Streams, rivers, entire oceans are drying up. The sky is no longer blue, but a pitch-black mess of toxic clouds. The sun is just a memory now; the lack of light and heat has killed off most of the plants and animals. The planet has been reduced to a shell of its former self, a bleak and barren expanse of dirt and darkness. Humans have been left perpetually frozen i..."
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Okami review

Reviewed May 20, 2011

teradio says: "Romel Ramos - For ninety-nine years, the demon lord Orochi lay imprisoned and the lands of Nippon were peaceful. However, one fateful day the holy sword used to seal Orochi’s corpse was stolen and his evil escaped, which in effect cursed the lands, spreading an infectious mist that suffocated everything it touched. The land, being in a complete state of destruction and pleading for help, triggers the Sun Goddess Amaterasu to return in attempt to defeat Orochi once more as she did one hundred yea"
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Okami Reviews Around the Internet

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AVG
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