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Okami

An Action-Adventure game for PlayStation 2 and Wii by Clover Studio and Capcom

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Okami box art
Trivia
  • Soon after Okami was released, its developer Clover Studio (also responsible for games such as Godhand and the Viewtiful Joe series) was dissolved by parent company Capcom.
  • "Okami" means both "god" (大神 - archaic honorific title) and "wolf" (狼)1
Notes
  1. Jim Breen's WWWJDIC

Box Art

Title
Okami
Platform
PlayStation 2
Release date
19 2006
Okami box art for PlayStation 2
Title
Okami
Platform
Wii
Release date
15 2008
Okami box art for Wii

News & Blogs

Okami HD Confirmed

Okami HD Confirmed

It has been confirmed that Okami is getting the HD treatment for the PlayStation 3, boasting 1080p graphics and PlayStation Move support. The HD re-release is set for a November 1 release date in Japan1 and is confirmed for the US and Europe this Autumn.

Okami was originally released for the PlayStation 2 and was developed by Clover Studio and was a commercial failure despite critical success. The game combined a number of Japanese myths and legends with a unique cel-shaded art look and a gesture-controlled brush. It has since been re-released on the Wii with motion controls and also had a sequel, Okamiden for the Nintendo DS.

Notes
  1. Okami PS3 Confirmed with Move and 1080p Support - Andriasang

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