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Piece of Wonder Galley and Editor Review
03.07.07 - 7:12 PM

Why do we love Hirameki? Well, for starters, they're pretty much the only people in the business of officially publishing obscure Japanese PC adventures in the US.

Today, we review their latest entry in a lengthy list of old-but-still-good games: Piece of Wonder. Advertised in Japan as an ADV/SLG hybrid game (that is, a Sakura Taisen copy), this game was left under the radar, even in Japan. That probably has something to do with the game's almost unknown development studio, "studio crossfire."

Along with an extensive gallery of screenshots and artwork, we have a review of the game thanks to editor and adventure-devotee Neal Chandran. Click the links below to learn more about this exciting little Japanese adventure game.


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