Boku no Natsuyasumi makes its way to PSP

Bug sumoThose who love bugs are bound to enjoy this game, those who don’t like bugs at all could still get their high by squishing the creatures they hate.

Sony Computer Entertainment’s Boku no Natsuyasumi, a game that gained fame during its stints with PlayStation 1 and 2, is now about to get an update on PlayStation Portables.

The game (allow me to use more pronouns this time, typing that long title is tiring) offers the gamer the experience of a young boy’s life on summer vacation on the sea, away from home. Over the course of a month, you take part in a number of activities ranging to fishing and bug collecting. The game revolves more on bug collection. Aside from actually collecting them, the gamer can also make his bugs go up against other bugs in a bug sumo wrestling contests (whew, that’s a lot of bugs).

The full name of the PSP remake is (brace yourself, this will take a while) Boku no Natsuyasumi Portable: Mushi Mushi Hakase to Teppen Yama no Himitsu. In English, this is translated as My Summer Vacation Portable: Professor Mushi Mushi and the Secret of Teppen Mountain (pant, pant…). New scenarios and characters are part of the PSP installment feature; types of bugs available also amounts to over 128 now. Ad-Hoc connectivity is included, allowing players to exchange bugs with other players as well.

Boku no Natsuyasumi Portable will arrive on June 29 solely on Japanese shores, like its predecessors. Tell me, is that another reason for a Japanese gamer to be happy, or not?
Bug sumoThose who love bugs are bound to enjoy this game, those who don’t like bugs at all could still get their high by squishing the creatures they hate.

Sony Computer Entertainment’s Boku no Natsuyasumi, a game that gained fame during its stints with PlayStation 1 and 2, is now about to get an update on PlayStation Portables.

The game (allow me to use more pronouns this time, typing that long title is tiring) offers the gamer the experience of a young boy’s life on summer vacation on the sea, away from home. Over the course of a month, you take part in a number of activities ranging to fishing and bug collecting. The game revolves more on bug collection. Aside from actually collecting them, the gamer can also make his bugs go up against other bugs in a bug sumo wrestling contests (whew, that’s a lot of bugs).

The full name of the PSP remake is (brace yourself, this will take a while) Boku no Natsuyasumi Portable: Mushi Mushi Hakase to Teppen Yama no Himitsu. In English, this is translated as My Summer Vacation Portable: Professor Mushi Mushi and the Secret of Teppen Mountain (pant, pant…). New scenarios and characters are part of the PSP installment feature; types of bugs available also amounts to over 128 now. Ad-Hoc connectivity is included, allowing players to exchange bugs with other players as well.

Boku no Natsuyasumi Portable will arrive on June 29 solely on Japanese shores, like its predecessors. Tell me, is that another reason for a Japanese gamer to be happy, or not?

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