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Okamiden (DS) Shiranui and Isshaku Gameplay Video

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Okamiden (DS) Ryo Character Video

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Okamiden (DS) Kurow Trailer

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Okamiden (DS) Four Character Videos


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Okamiden GameStop Pre-order and Goblin Mask Facebook App

Capcom is happy to announce March 15, 2011 as the launch date for Ōkamiden, a picturesque action adventure game on the DS. Today, we are also excited to tell you about the exclusive GameStop pre-order offer, Goblin Mask Facebook app and contest and box art reveal. The limited run GameStop pre-order offer gives gamers the essential tools to play the game – a touch screen instrument in the shape of a paintbrush and a custom screen cleaner featuring original game art of the adorable wolf pup, Chibiterasu (Chibi) and Kuni, a young swordsman. Only 20,000 of these items will be available and people who pre-order the game (MSRP $29.99) will receive both at the time of software pick up early next year.

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Okamiden – Lost Wolf in NYC

I don’t know how effective marketing like this is, but I would love to get one of those flyers.

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Okamiden (DS) Gameplay Video and Artwork

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Okamiden (DS) Japanese Commercial

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Okamiden (DS) Japanese ‘How To Play’ Trailer

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Okamiden started out as a prototype developed by off-duty employees

“A large number of gamers have anxiously awaited the release of a sequel to Okami, which was released in 2006. This game holds a special place in the hearts of many of our staff members, and they took time out from work to develop a prototype on their own. They did a great job, producing a prototype that was good enough to be put out on the market, so we decided to move forward and start developing Okamiden” – Motohide Eshiro, Okamiden producer

Okamiden is one of the few DS games left, before the 3DS comes out, that I’m looking forward to. It’s pretty cool to see that it got it’s start because of a few developers who loved the IP so much they worked on it during their off-time.

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