Everyone seems to want a The World Ends With You sequel, but that seems kind of silly. The ending doesn’t leave much to warrant a sequel.

I’d much rather prefer a spiritual successor. Similar gameplay, and maybe even themes, in a whole new game with new characters seems like a better decision.

khinsider:

It’s been almost 2 years since The World Ends With You: Solo Remix was released on iOS. All this time, Android owners have been anxiously waiting for an announcement to confirm that they would also be able to experience this cult classic.

Today, their patience has finally been rewarded. For just $17.99, you can now purchase The World Ends With You: Solo Remix for Android devices! Details and screenshots are available below.

  • Size: 753 MB
  • Requirement: Android 4.0 and up
  • Version 1.0

Source: Square Enix Press

So yeah.
Go fuckin’ play this game.
On iOS, Android, or the original DS version.

Just do it.

It’s good.
Damn good, if I might add.

that-one-kid-7124:

That’s it, that’s the whole game

that-one-kid-7124:

That’s it, that’s the whole game

prompto:

You have 7 days years. 

すばらしきこのせかい - July 26, 2007
Happy 7th anniversary, TWEWY. ❤

syncopatedid:

The World Ends With You, Shibuya 2008, Shibuya 2010.

After my Ikebukuro photoset, I suddenly remembered that it wasn’t the first time I went on a specific “mission” on my Japan trips. I had a crappy camera then though, but you work with what you’ve got. :)

p.s:  HMV in Shibuya had been replaced by a Forever 21 in 2010 and the stations have changed their signs going by my 2014 shots, so the moral of the story is, sometimes life just can’t wait till you’re ready.

morebuildingsandfood:

Parallel worlds from Parallel World, by EIM/Varie.

morebuildingsandfood:

Parallel worlds from Parallel World, by EIM/Varie.

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Not sure which Another Word reblog like the most, so I’m keeping all three.

admiralicious:

Another World / Out of This World - Snippits

286ega:

Another World (VGA, 256-color)

MS-DOS, 1991

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