[CONSOLE] NEC PC-Engine CD Game
No-Ri-Ko © 1988 Hudson Soft.
The games starts with an invitation to one of her live concert. The player, the Lucky Boy as called in the game, will take a day out and probably end up on a date with the young and cute singer. On screen choices gets him to slightly orient the story and the series of events. Any step in the wrong direction will end in an unfair Game Over. At the end of the (long) concert, Lucky Boy finds his way to Noriko's lounge and she agrees to go on a date with him. He will then be up to him to find the best location to go to, take pictures and have fun. Things will carry on in the evening and may even end up in Noriko's apartment when the two kids will play intense games of Paper, Rock and Scissors.
Released on December 04, 1988 in Japan for 4980 Yen. No-Ri-Ko was the first CD-ROM ever released for the PC Engine system.
No-Ri-Ko features the Japanese singer pop singer Noriko Ogawa, who was just 15 years back in 1988.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com
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