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Kommentare Review: Hello Kitty to Issho - Rio prize figure by Eikoh

  • Wario54Vor 4 Monaten#77817557Wow this takes me back! This was one of the billion figures I wanted back when I first started collecting haha, I was planning on trying the Hello Kitty to Issho game and everything. Of course, I never got around to that. ^^; But all things considered, she’s still a pretty cute figure! Interesting to see how your thoughts on her changed. I personally like the metallic finish of her hair too; it’s unique! Anyway, very nice and thorough re-review! :)

    Hehe, I think she was pretty popular in the first couple of years after her release, because of her cheap price and Hello Kitty is always good! If you ever end up trying the game or getting the figure, I always like to hear! ^^ Thanks for liking the review!

    victorviperVor 4 Monaten#77817567Until I started looking on YouTube, I sort of assumed that the game was some sort of a music/rhythm game, so I was surprised to learn that it was a Breakout type game. I'm always looking for new old games to keep my PSP alive, so maybe I'll keep an eye out for a copy. The language barrier doesn't seem like a big deal.

    A music/rhythm game is not a bad guess, as multiple of these characters also had character CD's! I see the PSVita game more on the secondhand market than the PSP one. If you manage to get it, I would like to hear how it is! I assume the only things you would be missing out on is some character dialogue, but nowadays the Google Translate camera-app is so good, that shouldn't be an issue (if you don't mind keeping your phone ready)! :)
    Vor 4 Monaten
    MaakieVor 4 Monaten#77817531
    But these are just the characters that actively had merchandise, there are so much more characters included in the PSP and PSVita games that I wonder if there is a complete list of collaborating artist somewhere. I guess Hello Kitty to Issho was not popular enough to have it's own database or wiki. To be honest, the games are basically a basic Breakout game with cute girl art added in there.


    Until I started looking on YouTube, I sort of assumed that the game was some sort of a music/rhythm game, so I was surprised to learn that it was a Breakout type game. I'm always looking for new old games to keep my PSP alive, so maybe I'll keep an eye out for a copy. The language barrier doesn't seem like a big deal.
    Vor 4 Monaten
    Wow this takes me back! This was one of the billion figures I wanted back when I first started collecting haha, I was planning on trying the Hello Kitty to Issho game and everything. Of course, I never got around to that. ^^; But all things considered, she’s still a pretty cute figure! Interesting to see how your thoughts on her changed. I personally like the metallic finish of her hair too; it’s unique! Anyway, very nice and thorough re-review! :)
    Vor 4 Monaten
    victorviperVor 4 Monaten#77816447It's funny that you forgot about reviewing this figure :).
    I was poking around the database looking at other stuff from the franchise and I saw this ITEM #78730 item. Since the design is by Akio Watanabe, have you made any serious effort to acquire that figure (you mentioned you have some other merchandise of that chracter).
    So, I gather that lots of different well-known artists did the character designs for Hello Kitty to Issho?


    Maybe you will reach that point someday as well! :D I have pictures and reviews very well organized on my computer, so it was really a memory fluke. :)

    My first goal was to clean up items from the Hello Kitty to Issho collection that were not Watanabe's or POP's, now that I have reached that, that figure and ITEM #56238 are very high on my list to buy soon! :) Everything is delayed with new purchases right now because of the corona of course, the country where I live in has requested to not buy anything that is not-essential because post offices are having a rough time with the amount of packages (and I would rather also not visit a busy post office in all honesty).

    Only from the database we already know of (in alphabetial order):
    Carnelian ENTRY #8352
    Imaizumi Teruhiko ENTRY #57579
    KEI ENTRY #8605
    Koume Keito ENTRY #18336
    Kuroboshi Kouhaku ENTRY #24229
    Nishimata Aoi ENTRY #8378
    okama ENTRY #8410
    POP ENTRY #8335
    Watanabe Akio ENTRY #8348
    Zeco ENTRY #69458

    But these are just the characters that actively had merchandise, there are so much more characters included in the PSP and PSVita games that I wonder if there is a complete list of collaborating artist somewhere. I guess Hello Kitty to Issho was not popular enough to have it's own database or wiki. To be honest, the games are basically a basic Breakout game with cute girl art added in there.
    Vor 4 Monaten
    It's funny that you forgot about reviewing this figure :).

    I was poking around the database looking at other stuff from the franchise and I saw this ITEM #78730 item. Since the design is by Akio Watanabe, have you made any serious effort to acquire that figure (you mentioned you have some other merchandise of that chracter).

    So, I gather that lots of different well-known artists did the character designs for Hello Kitty to Issho?
    Vor 4 Monaten
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