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Platform: Nintendo DS™
Category: Action
Developer: Sonic Team
Ship: November 2004

SEGA's Nintendo DS™ launch title is a quirky, highly stylized adventure that's packed with crazy events. Feel the Magic: XY/XX is exactly the kind of visionary, high concept title that only Sonic Team and SEGA can deliver. The game puts the unique hardware of the Nintendo DS to great use, taking full advantage of both screens, including using the Touch Screen as the primary control method, and the voice recognition system. Throughout gameplay, players switch between the stylus, their voice, and even their breath to control the main character.

The game's hero has a sunny beauty on his mind, and he's doing everything he can to score a date with her. He enlists the help of the Rub Rabbits “ a suave gang of super performers who wear plastic, members-only rabbit ears “ to help him get her attention. Through a series of madcap performances like defending himself from bulls and blowing out giant candles, our hero manages to impress the girl. When he finally takes her out, the craziness really begins: a rival suddenly appears and a dark cloud is cast over their love. Will he ever be able to feel the magic of true love?

Features:

  • Gameplay takes full advantage of the Nintendo DS touch screen, dual screen feature, and voice recognition system through both speaking and breath
  • Surreal, humor-driven story line with a love twist
  • Distinct, cutting edge art style and visual design through the use of silhouette images.
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