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Shinseiki Evangelion: Koutetsu no Girlfriend Tokubetsu-Hen Portable

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Price: $53.90
Ships same-day (M-F) if ordered before 5PM EST
Item Number: CF00-20018
Publisher: Cyber Front
Jan/UPC Code: 4521923200187
NCS Product Synopsis - Update: April 9, 2009
«©NCSX» A mysterious attack hits Tokyo-3 during a night raid. Oddly, NERV does not scramble Evangelion to the scene. The next day, a new transfer student named Mana Kirishima appears in Shinji's class and fawns upon him heavily. Annoyed by Mana's affections towards Shinji, Asuka's suspicions are raised by the new student's actions and she questions her true intentions...
Gainax originally released Shinseiki Evangelion: Koutetsu no Girlfriend for the Sega Saturn on March 26, 1998 and NCS still has a few cases of the game in stock. It's been a while since we've played the game but we remember the Saturn version used static images, voice acting, and dialogue to move the story along. Although Koutetsu no Girlfriend fits into the interactive gaming genre, it's really more of a story that players watch and participate in the mildest of ways. During the course of the adventure, you'll be able to choose actions from three options: "LOOK," "TALK," and "MOVE." When navigating through NERV headquarters, a layout of each floor that you're on is shown when moving from elevator to corridor to walkways. Beyond the simple button presses here and there, you're not expected to contribute much as the story unfolds. During the adventure, it is learned that Mana is actually one of the three pilots for a new generation of Evangelion-alikes known as TRIDENT.

The PSP conversion of Koutetsu no Girlfriend features an additional scenario, a gallery mode, replay mode, and the ability to skip entire chapters by pressing the "R-Trigger." The PSP version also includes an auto-save function and cleaner visuals than the somewhat muddy Saturn graphics.


Japanese PSP games may be played on North American and European PSP handhelds. There is no region-coding on PSP game UMDs.

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