Flower? Nope. Sun? Very little. Rain? In buckets.
Flower, Sun and Rain is the first DS game from game director Goichi Suda, aka Suda51. It started life as a Japanese PS2 game, but it's been ported over to DS presumably to take advantage of the feature-rich console. Or so you'd think... Known by many as the mastermind behind classic style-driven...
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Legendary video game designer Suda51 is currently hard at work on the Switch exclusive No More Heroes 3, but what are the chances of some of Grasshopper Manufacture's older titles coming across to Nintendo's hybrid system in the future? During MomoCon's Twitch livestream, a translator - on behalf of...
Flower, Sun and Rain is a puzzle game in which you play Sumio Mondo, a 'searcher'.
It's your job to help people with the various (and usually bizarre) problems they have by searching through your Hotel Guidebook for the relevant information and inputting it via Catherine, your briefcase computer. Sounds a bit weird? Well it's a game by Suda51, the creator of Killer7 and No More Heroes, so weird is to be expected.
This is a port from the Japanese PS2 game of the same name, and has ties to Suda51's old Playstation game "The Silver Case", which is also slated to appear on DS in Japan this year.