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.
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Juuji Kurosu (Japanese)
Plot Summary: A young Catholic priest, named Amakusa Takara, uses his gift of holy powers to exorcise demons and on occasion the Devil himself. He is blessed and cursed with the ability to produce the "sign of the cross" on his forehead to banish demons back to Hell. Yet, the process brings him close to the brink of insanity and physical pain. A woman called Shizuha is capable of producing the ancient writings of the "Scripture" on her body, therefore she is targeted by demons and cults alike. She asks Takara for assistance when her parents become part of a cult out to obtain her. Shizuha becomes attracted to the young priest and wishes to protect him in return.
User Ratings: 28 ratings have been given [details]
Number of tankoubon: 5
Number of pages: 184
Release dates: We have 8
Trivia: We have 1
Tokyopop October - November Lineup (May 11, 2004)
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|Cross (GN 1) 2004-11-09 (from $7.49)|
|Cross (GN 2) 2005-02-08 (from $7.49)|
|Cross (GN 3) 2005-05-10 (from $9.99)|
|Cross (GN 4) 2005-08-09|
|Cross (GN 5) 2006-01-10|
Story & Art: Sumiko Amakawa
Publisher: Kadokawa Shoten
Art Director: Matt Alford
Translation: Yuko Fukami
Adaptation: Len Wein
Cover Design: Matt Alford
Digital Imaging Manager: Chris Buford
Editing: Bryce P. Coleman
Managing Editor: Jill Freshney
Pre-Press Manager: Antonio DePietro
President: John Parker
Production Artist: James Lee
Publisher: Stuart Levy
Retouch & Lettering: Haruko Furukawa
VP of Production: Ron Klamert
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