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The friends of Ringo Ishikawa

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A highschool gang leader Ringo Ishikawa trying to live through his last autumn before graduation. With his best friends.

You should play it if:

1) You're fond of good stories with strong dialogues (especially about growing up)
2) You're a fight games enthusiast (you'll get your hands on some unique brawl mechanic and I promise you'll be satisfied)
3) You're into some yakuza-delinquent aesthetics

Basically, the game is an existential open world beat'em up with some school sim elements. It has a little of everything: a town to explore, day-night cycle, npc on their schedule, battle grinding, school grinding, mini-games (ping-pong, billiard, video-poker, video-game console with one game...) and so on.

But the main thing is the story I'm trying to tell. And I designed the game to make you feel this story. So it's not about rival gangs, or taking over turfs, or anything. You just live there and feel. And that's all.
Release date
CIRCLE Ent., yeo
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: 7
  • Processor: 1.2 GHZ
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Storage: 320 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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The friends of Ringo Ishikawa reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
The "friends" of Ringo Ishikawa
Translated by
Microsoft from French
I'm validating this game with the solid gold soundtrack:) https://youtu.be/BomKlkKBqsU
Translated by
Microsoft from French
It's a Jue genial. Wonderful graphics and a great story. You can play long and gladly. A slightly sad finale but you have to see it!!!
Translated by
Microsoft from French
I love the manga furyo and the creator of the game also so it goes well, the atmosphere and the codes are there, all packed in a little music chill Jazz not disgusting. The game does not explain anything and the first 2 hours are bitter, the gameplay is rigid and perfectible, the rhythm is not always at the point with a few floats and I no longer count the appointments or missed challenges because of a lack of precision in the dialogues. It's really like we're throwing you into someone's skin and saying, "live his life," but you don't know anything about the Pelican. But you get caught up in the mood and you say "come on, just one more day." and 3h later we're still on the game. The end is strongly criticized because unexpected but that's it life, I find it more about and Moreover it explains well the choice of the title.
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