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Balancing creativity and challenge, Mass Attack may have arrived late in the life of the DS, but it instantly proved to be one of the most memorable games in the system's library – and in Kirby history.
After years as a series exclusive to Play Station consoles, Square Enix abruptly shifted gears and brought Dragon Quest's ninth installment to a Nintendo handheld instead.
The shocking change in strategy was simple math, according to the studio – the DS simply had the most units sold out of all gaming platforms, and Square Enix wanted the ambitious DQIX to have as big an audience as possible.
The game itself then impressed us all even more than its creators' boldness, offering an addictive, customizable and connected Quest adventure that cast you as the hero yourself, and took the series one step closer to MMOs.
The game progresses through five individual storylines or "episodes" that span Haruhi's first two months at Ouran Academy. Several scenes from the anime are treated as flashbacks in the game. An official patch was sold for the Playstation 2 game to add an extra mini-story for each host and two new CG scenes.
In one, the hosts visit a water park; in another, they go to the commoner department store; and in two others, Haruhi is reunited with an old friend named Sayuri and Tamaki is reunited with an old friend named Jean-Pierre. These stories were already included in the Nintendo DS version.
He leads a rival host club at Kenran High, along with members Wang and Yoshitsuna.
Legendary game designer Koji Igarashi and his team of fellow creators at Konami refined Castlevania action and exploration into a science on Nintendo's GBA, then brought three more incredible Dracula-hunting quests to series fans on the DS.
Several new characters are introduced into the Ouran cast of characters.
They serve as foils with which the more familiar characters can interact and, because of their nature, add drama to the games' storylines.
She actually makes an appearance in the anime as the unnamed guest who is told "she looks like a carp" by Shiro Takaoji in Ep 06 - The Grade School Host is the Naughty Type!
Sayuri is a childhood friend of Haruhi's before Kotoko dies.
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