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Okamiden

A Action-adventure game for Nintendo DS by Capcom in the Okami series

Okamiden box art

Ōkamiden, known as Ōkamiden: Chiisaki Taiyō (Japanese: 大神伝~小さき太陽~, lit. Ōkami Chronicles: Tiny Sun) in Japan, is an action-adventure video game published by Capcom for the Nintendo DS handheld game console. It is an indirect sequel to the PlayStation 2 and Wii title Okami. It was designed by Kuniomi Matsushita, the director of the Wii port of Ōkami, and Motohide Eshiro, producer of Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth and Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny. It stars Chibiterasu, a small celestial wolf born from Amaterasu, protagonist of Ōkami, and features much of the same gameplay as its predecessor, including the Celestial Brush which allows players to freeze the gameplay and draw shapes or patterns using the touch screen.

Development began when Matsushita expressed an interest in creating a new Ōkami game, and showed Eshiro a technical demo of such a game in December 2008. Because the demo was so well-done, development began on a sequel, and on September 2010, four years after Ōkami debuted, the game was released to positive reviews from critics and moderate commercial success. The Nintendo DS was chosen due to both it being the most successful platform of this generation as well as the touch screen being ideal for controlling the Celestial Brush.

Sources
  • Ōkamiden. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved Jul 25, 2012 (source)


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Box Art

Title
大神伝~小さき太陽~
Platform
[[Category:Nintendo DS]]
Release date
30 Sept 2010
大神伝~小さき太陽~ box art for Nintendo DS
Title
Okamiden
Platform
[[Category:Nintendo DS]]
Release date
10 March 2011
Okamiden box art for Nintendo DS
Title
Okamiden
Platform
[[Category:Nintendo DS]]
Release date
17 March 2011
Okamiden box art for Nintendo DS
Title
Okamiden
Platform
[[Category:Nintendo DS]]
Release date
18 March 2011
Okamiden box art for Nintendo DS
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