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Cardcaptor Sakura: Clow Card Magic (PlayStation)

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Based on the popular anime/manga series from acclaimed manga artist group CLAMP. As Sakura Kinomoto or Shaoran Li, you must help gather up the scattered Clow Cards by capturing smaller "color" cards in a puzzle game. Gather enough and a Clow Card will be found! Features 10 rounds and 2 playable characters, plus tons of other secret features!

This game is a Japan only release.

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Trivia

Clow

The name "Clow" (as in the Clow Cards and their creator Clow Reed) is very often mispronounced by non-Japanese speaking people. Its proper pronunciation is akin to the way it's written in Japanese: "kurou" (Koo-roh). If that's still too tough, remember that the name rhymes with "glow", with no accents anywhere. That's a mistake the English version of Cardcaptor Sakura (call Cardcaptors in the U.S.) makes: it's not said like "cow", it's said like "glow" or "oh".

Final round

Cardcaptor Sakura Clow Card Magic takes a lot of elements out of the anime's storyline, but one of the biggest ones is a final round after the first 10 rounds have been fully completed where Sakura and Shaoran must take the Final Judgement against the Judge of the Clow Cards, Yue. Even Sakura's outfit that she wears in the game is the same as the one she wore in the episodes where Yue appeared!

Intro

The game's intro is the second TV series opening anime.
Satoshi Kunsai (1813) added Cardcaptor Sakura: Clow Card Magic (PlayStation) on Feb 12, 2002