Suda51's PlayStation 2 mystery masterpiece is heading to North America via Marvelous Entertainment, but what about you charming Europeans? Rising Star Games has you completely covered, announcing Flower, Sun, and Rain for the Nintendo DS, coming to Europe in October. It's a unique adventure game is full of Suda's trademark bizarre style, placing you in the shoes of a detective who must locate and diffuse a bomb by solving puzzles, just like the real bomb squad.
Commenting on its imminent release, Goichi Suda, aka Suda51 commented, "It's great news that European gamers are getting to play Flower, Sun and Rain. All of my creative work involves a touch of the bizarre and unexpected and this game is no different!"
There's a trailer for the game coming out on Friday. Hopefully these latest screenshots will tide fans over until then.
CLASSIC SUDA51 TITLE HEADS WEST FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER Revered Japanese title finally gets a European release as Suda51 updates his PlayStation 2 masterpiece; Trailer to be unveiled on August 1st 2008 Luton – July 30th 2008 – Rising Star Games will be keeping both Suda51 and mystery fans happy this autumn with the long-awaited release of Flower, Sun and Rain. Written and directed by the infamous games creator, this Nintendo DS™ exclusive is the first chance western gamers have had to experience one of Suda51's earliest creations and offers an insight into the evolution of his unique style following the huge successes of Killer7 and No More Heroes. Flower, Sun and Rain is an intriguing mystery adventure very much in the vein of Groundhog Day. You play a detective charged with locating and defusing a bomb by solving thought-provoking puzzles with a wealth of bizarre outcomes. Solving the mystery of what is happening to him and his surroundings is necessary before he eventually goes insane. Originally released on the Sony PlayStation®2, Flower, Sun and Rain was never available outside of Japan and has been high on wish lists of every Suda51 fan since Killer7 was unleashed on the western market in 2005. This updated Nintendo DS version features all the creative quirks that made the original a hit and uniquely utilises the touch screen to solve mysteries, offering players a more intimate experience. Commenting on its imminent release, Goichi Suda, aka Suda51 commented, "It's great news that European gamers are getting to play Flower, Sun and Rain. All of my creative work involves a touch of the bizarre and unexpected and this game is no different!" Flower, Sun and Rain will be released throughout Europe from mid-October 2008.