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TENGU NO KASSHA – SHOOT AND EMBODIMENT!


In Gensokyo, recording technology gradually increased and Hatate needs something better than her old film. One day she decided to take a walk to the mountain until accidentally found a mysterious film. The photographs taken with that film trace the appearance of the object and photographed like live. Tengu no Kasha, literally translated as The Live Photo of Tengu, is a roguelike role playing game developed by disfact. Set in randomized dungeons and effects, the main character of the game is Hatate Himekaidou, a tengu reporter who searching for any interesting news for Kakashi Nenpo by using her new mysterious film. While Hatate explores the dungeon, she collects items and fights monsters by shooting enemies and since she can get a photo, she can embody the subject by using the picture. The embodied character can fight together as a partner, however, the player can not realize entities or characters whose realities already exist on that floor. Tengu no Kassha - Shoot and Embodiment! was released on June 13, 2010.

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Game Information
Tengu no Kassha - Shoot and Embodiment! | Genre: Role Playing Game | Developer: disfact | Publisher: disfact | Language: Japanese | Release: 2010 | File size: 50 MB

Minimum Requirements
Windows 2000/XP | Processor Intel Pentium 1.0 GHz or equivalent AMD | 512 MB RAM | 200 MB Free HDD | DirectX 9.0 | 128 MB video card compatible with DirectX9.0

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