Contact Screenshots

Contact Screenshots

Written by Charles Husemann on 8/2/2006 for DS  

Check out the official scoop from Atlus on their upcoming DS game.  These are fhe folks who brought Trauma Center to the US so they know good games when they see them.

In the aftermath of the crash, The Professor discovers that the power sources of his ship, known as Cells, have been scattered across the surface of this strange world. To retrieve them all, The Professor enlists the aid of a brave young man named Terry—and a brave video game player known as you! The Professor and Terry will ask for your help during the course of the adventure, using the Nintendo DS to “contact” you along the way.

 
Will The Professor gather the Cells and return to outer space? Will you learn the goal of the mysterious organization that seeks to gather the Cells for itself? The future of an entire world has been placed in your hands!

 

Contact Key Features

  • Abundant gameplay activities including animal-training, item-collecting, monster-hunting, and old-school mini-games!

  • Dual-screen functionality with mission maps, interior/exterior viewpoints, and more!

  • Real-time combat with special abilities and powerful “Decal Attacks”!

  • Character design by Atsuko Fukushima, whose credits include the PSP hit PoPoLoCrois!

* The product in this article was sent to us by the developer/company for review.

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About Author

Hi, my name is Charles Husemann and I've been gaming for longer than I care to admit. For me it's always been about competing and a burning off stress. It started off simply enough with Choplifter and Lode Runner on the Apple //e, then it was the curse of Tank and Yars Revenge on the 2600. The addiction subsided somewhat until I went to college where dramatic decreases in my GPA could be traced to the release of X:Com and Doom.   I have been a Microsoft Xbox MVP since 2009.
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