Now with famous Ukiyoe woodblock prints in Collection mode!
Ukiyoe are a traditional Japanese style of woodblock prints. "53 Stations of the Tokaido" is a famous series of 53 Ukiyoe prints created by Hiroshige Utagawa during his travels in 1832 on the Tokaido coastal road from Kyoto to Edo (modern day Tokyo). We're excited to bring the entire set to Koi-Koi Japan and we encourage you to collect them all by successfully clearing stages in Collection mode.
This DLC includes:
・Collection mode Ukiyoe option (53 Stations of the Tokaido)
・A new guide character named May
・Clear all Ukiyoe stages and receive a bonus background image (selectablein Theme settings)
Koi-Koi is a really fun game, so the DLC overcomes my concerns, especially considering the price. The artwork is nice, and the new themes are pretty cool, too. If you are already from the club, you have finished the Koi-koi campaign and you have all the postcards, the 53 Ukiyo-e of the DLC is the next target. The gameplay is relatively easy in the original game, but here it's a little more complicated. The rounds are 3 and although it's not mentioned it in the description, to get the Ukiyo-e will make you sweat a little bit. It's because you have a requirement to say Koi-Koi 1, 2 or 3 times to get the gold medal. You can keep advancing towards the goal without engravings or medals (bronze, silver or gold). In addition to the guide May, there are also some new characters - Kanna, Fumi (with his pig) and Mina. I think the DLC is worth its price - if you liked the base game you would have fun with that, too.
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