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Buichi Terasawa's Takeru: Letter of the Law (Windows)

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62
PC Zone
The storyline is utterly incomprehensible (the screenshot would have you believe the geisha-type bird is an undercover agent for the Ban Real Fur campaign), the English language voiceover displays little respect for the concept of lip-synching, and the conundrums wouldn't tax a goat - but nonetheless I kinda liked it. Still, I don't have to pay for these things. Hardcore Manga/Anime fans, check it out.
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PC Player (Denmark)
Hvis man kan vænne sig til den småchauvinistiske stil, og en helt, der slikker sine modstandere i ansigtet, så er Takera et underholdene, men kortvarigt, spil der er lidt for let at gennemføre.
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Computer and Video Games (CVG)
The storyline is utterly incomprehensible (the screenshot would have you believe the geisha-type bird is an undercover agent for the Ban Real Fur campaign), the English language voiceover displays little respect for the concept of lip-synching, and the conundrums wouldn't tax a goat - but nonetheless I kinda liked it. Still, I don't have to pay for these things. Hardcore Manga/Anime fans, check it out.
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PC Player (Germany)
Wenn ich mir eien Geschichte nur anschauen will, kaufe ich mir einen Comic, hier also einen der japanischen Mangas und gebei dabei wesentlich weniger Geld aus. Am Computer will ich stärker das Gefühl haben, eingebunden zu werden. Die Grafik ist ja nett, aber das allein macht noch kein gutes Spiel.
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PC Games (Germany)
Das Einlegen der zweiten CD-ROM noch einer halben Stunde hätte mich eigentlich schon mißtrauisch machen müssen: Einmal Senso, einmal Memory, einmal Labyrinth – schwupps!, schon hat man Takeru versehentlich gelöst. Die Genre-Klientel möge sich an das grafisch atemberaubende Riven oder Activisions Großinquisitor halten.