Tuesday, August 14, 2007 4:57 am
Save the future in ‘13-Sai no Hello Work DS’
Digital Works has announced the children’s adventure game “13-Sai no Hello Work DS” for the Nintendo DS, the Famitsu reported Monday.
In the game, which is based on the best-selling novel “13-Sai no Hello Work” (13-year-old’s Hello Work) by author Ryu Murakami, the player will control a young girl from the future, who has travelled back in time in order to “save” people who have lost their interest in work.
The game will consist of several mini-game challenges such as taking the role of a football player, a private eye, TV announcer and even dog barber.
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