Step into the life of Sohta, the young son of a family that has just set up a dry cleaners shop in the idyllic town of Fuji no Hana.
In his interactions with the town's unique residents, episodic mysteries are revealed that portend to the strange events surrounding the appearance of a giant monster every Friday. And finally, when Friday evening falls, the giant monster will appear right before your eyes!
Attack of the Friday Monsters: A Tokyo Tale cannot really be considered a game. While the title is an interesting personal reflection on Japan's more rural past of the 1960s and 70s, this tale is not well suited to the 3DS. AotFM: ATT takes place in one of the many rural...read full review
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