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NESNintendo Power Magazine
With a garden fresh story line and totally organic cast of characters, this adventure is made to order for players who are better at using brainpower than dazzling dexterity! Clever clues are ripe for the picking, and when you engage the enemy, a quick wit beats fast reflexes.
Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom isn't the type of game that's going to appeal to just anyone. You have to take into account that the game offers very little in the way of action and generally requires more problem-solving skills than fast thumbs. The silly humor and challenging gameplay make for a fun adventure if you're willing to sit down with the game and stick with it, but those expecting more of an RPG experience will need to look elsewhere because that's not really what this unique NES title is really about.
NESVideo Game Den
All in all, Salada no Kuni no Tomato Hime is a sweet and colorful graphic adventure game, and it is definitively one of the best of its genre for the system. You will need a good knowledge of Japanese to really appreciate it though, or you can try to hunt down the American version instead (which seems to have jumped in price recently).