While it's not a truly bad game, Yoshi's New Island just really isn't much fun to actually play. In trying to make Yoshi's Island again, Arzest has made a game that can't hold a candle to the nearly two-decade-old original visually or creatively.
Galaxy Investigation 2100: Border Planet (movie)
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銀河探査２１００年 ボーダープラネット (Japanese)
Plot Summary: Tezuka Osamu crafts a love story in the time when humans are expanding into space at the end of the 21st century, employing an omnibus form similar to Bradbury's "Martian Chronicle." Leaving the earth after marriage, a woman is left behind in space when her husband suddenly dies of a cosmic disease. Her friends on the Earth head for space to save the woman who was once everyone's ideal lady. Tezuka Osamu emphasizes his concepts that "love can save the earth" and "only love can save humans."
Running time: 73 minutes
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Director: Osamu Tezuka
Screenplay: Osamu Tezuka
Music: Kentaroh Haneda
Art Director: Geki Katsumata
Animation Director: Shinya Takahashi
Director of Photography: Nobuyuki Sugaya
Hidehiko Takei (Nippon TV)
Shuho Nagai (Tohoku Shinsha)
Takayuki Matsutani (Tezuka Productions)
Minoru Kubota (Tezuka Production)
Noriyuki Kawai (Sente Studio)
Yasuki Tarumi (Nippon Television)
Editing: Shuichi Kakesu
Original Plan: Osamu Tezuka
Planning: Tadahiko Tsuzuki (Nippon TV)
Recording Director: Yasumasa Date
Set Design: Geki Katsumata
Internet Streaming: Viki
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