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EAN-130045496744724   EAN-13 barcode 0045496744724
UPC-A045496744724   UPC-A barcode 045496744724
Product NameEver Oasis - Nintendo 3DS
CategoryElectronics / Photography: Computer/Console Game
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Price New39.88 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Weight2.24 ounces    (convert)
BindingVideo Game
FeaturesThe Ever OasisTM game is a new action-adventure RPG grown from the ground up by Koichi Ishii, creator of the Mana series and producer at GREZZO, The studio that rebuilt multiple Legend of ZeldaTM games for the Nintendo 3DSTM family of systems. Their team has crafted puzzles and traps too perilous for one hero to solve. So recruit a party of allies and level up their stats to learn new battle skills. Then return to your oasis and restore it: choose which shops to build, stock their inventories, collect a share of the profits, and keep villagers happy by fulfilling requests. Rated "E10+" with Fantasy Violence
Long DescriptionThe desert's last safe haven is a lone oasis you call home. So draw a line in the sand and fight to protect it! As you explore the desert and solve puzzling dungeons, you'll gather resources to build up your oasis with the water spirit Esna. Allies will join your cause, so equip them with weapons, and use their skills to slay towering bosses.
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