Sayonara Umihara Kawase PSVITA VPK

Sayonara Umihara Kawase PSVITA VPK

Sayonara Umihara Kawase PSVITA VPK

Sayonara Umihara Kawase PSVITA VPK

Sayonara Umihara Kawase PSVITA VPK + is an enhanced version of the similarly titled Japanese indie game (only with an added +, obviously). This platformer utilizes a special bungee style mechanic to traverse around, giving slack to the fishing line and tightening it back in can spring Umihara across chasms or up and over blocks. This type of rubbery mobility gives the game a certain charm that other platformers with their traditional jumping just can’t match. If this game looks familiar to US audiences, that’s because it was released on the Nintendo 3DS eShop March 2014 under the name “Yumi’s Odd Odyssey.” The upcoming Playstation Vita release expands on the 3DS version with new additional characters to play as and 60 frames per second animation.

Sayonara Umihara Kawase PSVITA VPK

The crux of the game relies on the swinging mechanics, similar to Super Metroid or Bionic Commando. However, the physics don’t really work the same way, particularly because of the bouncy, rubber-like nature of the fishing wire, allowing you to swing and propel yourself in crazy directions. Don’t question why she has it or how it works. The play control in this game is the true reason why everyone shows it so much love – it’s spring-pendulum physics for you Lagrangians out there. You can attach to nearly any surface and solve each level in your own way. There are a lot of different tricks that evolve out of this: hooking ground for momentum, scaling a straight surface, hooking around ledges, balancing your weight against a giant fish, the list goes on. Some people call it a “rubbering action” game and it fits. In addition to the platforming, there are also enemies roaming about, usually giant walking fish. These can be stunned with your wire, and can also be reeled in and shoved into Sayonara Umihara Kawase PSVITA VPK backpack, permanently killing them. They tend to be a nusiance, especially since they respawn randomly, seemingly at the worst times. There are boss “fights”, which usually just involve avoiding some gigantic enemy for a few minutes until it leaves. The game is also draconian in difficulty. Everything kills you in one hit, bottomless pits haunt your existence, and the game demands incredibly crazy stunts just to barely survive. There’s no continue or save game function, so once you’re out of lives, you need to start from scratch. And yet it’s all very possible with some practice; veterans can make this game look really easy, which seems a bit unfair to the rest of us amateurs, and it’s a favorite amongst speed runners.


Release Date : March 21, 2015
Publisher : Agatsuma Entertainment
Developer : Agatsuma Entertainment
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 162MB





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