Gift Guide: For the Mini-Gamer
Okami Wii Game CAPCOM
5.00 / 5 based on 5 Reviews
The multiple award-winning action adventure Okami is now available on the Wii. Use the Wii Remote as a paintbrush to solve puzzles, create pathways, chop down trees or turn night into day. Okami comes alive through beautiful scenic 3D levels that have the appearance and texture of paper scrolls brushed with watercolor-like calligraphy art. see more...
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Okami Wii Game CAPCOM
I love this game. I had a friend try to show me the beauty of this game when it first came out but I couldn't focus on it. I mean really, who likes watching someone else play a video game? Not me. Anyway, I did remember the recommendation and many years later I found this game on sale on Amazon.com and decided to give it a shot. It is a truly beautiful game and a pleasure to play. It has a unique way of fighting which I won't spoil for you here. Either way, the storyline is fun and interesting and it's just easy to get sucked in. Give it a try. I keep hearing that they've considered creating an Okami 2, but it hasn't happened and I'm sad.
One of my favorite Wii games. The story is amazing, the game handles like a dream on the Wiimote, and the characters are all exciting and unique. While the gameplay is typical of RPGs of its time, Okami brings a new light to the genre with its uniquely different gameplay mechanics. For anyone looking into getting a Wii, I highly recommend this game.
It's a pretty good game with really nice background and music and sound. The background music and sound is 5 star. The game gets a little boring but the story behind it is nice. I recommend this game.
I remember playing this after watching 2 different playthroughs on youtube - a game I never expected to fall in love with so hard. The lore and history that reflects and retells much of Japanese folk history is what truly interested me. The game not only had a solid storyline but included lots of content, making the game rather long but also very detail-oriented. Once you went on a mission for one part of the storyline, there were many other side missions that it really kept me going. Love love love❤️
One of my favorite games that i play on the Wii. play it all the time and try to beat the game. still need to beat it. love how the graphics are done and love the storyline.
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