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FUSHIGI NO UMI NO NADIA
THE SECRET OF BLUE WATER
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(c)1993 HUDSON SOFT
(c)1989 NHK . TOHO
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Fushigi no Umi no Nadia is a digital comic featuring Nadia and Jean, two kids and hero characters of a famous japanese animation series. The story of the game follows the anime series, however it seems to be happening right in the middle of it. Most of the game happen on Lincoln island after the Nautilus, a powerful submarine, is destroyed by Argon, the baddy of the story. Like any digital comic, the player only pick choices (all in japanese) from a menu and the story unfolds depending what option was selected. The game also offers a short quiz game where you can either play with the good or bad guys of the story.
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Fushigi no Umi no Nadia, aka Nadia and the Secret of Blue Water, is a 39 episode japanese anime series aired in 1990 and created by Gainax studio. The story takes place in 1889 and Nadia is a cute teenaged girl and a circus acrobat. However, she doesn't know anything about her parents and goes on a quest to find her father. She will later meet Jean, a young boy with glasses who spend most of his time inventing things. The story also quickly involves the Blue Water, a gem which is Nadia own possession and which bad guys try to steal from her. The anime is inspired by Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and Nadia and his friends will later be picked up by Captain Nemo himself and his famous submarine, the Nautilus. Nadia was also featured for other video game systems : Fushigi no Umi no Nadia (Famicom, 1991), Fushigi no Umi no Nadia (Megadrive, 1991).


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Once again, even if my knowledge of the japanese language is getting better every week after all the time I spend learning Kanas and Japanese grammar, I still can not enjoy a digital comic in full. However, I must admit Fushigi no Umi no Nadia is not that complex if you already know the animated series. The amount of choices, compared to other digital comics, is poor and do not really stop your progression. Graphics are nice but could have been better I think. All in all, it is an interesting title for any fan the animated series who has some knowledge of Japanese.




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