The multiple award-winning Okami returns for a glorious encore on the Wii! Amaterasu, the wolf-embodied sun god must breathe color and life into a world made dismal by the tyrannical and destructive monster Orochi. Amaterasu travels through various regions of the world to regain Celestial Brush powers, all the while revitalizing all life. Featuring a re-imagined control scheme built around the intuitive Wii Remote, Okami for the Wii offers players an unparalleled level of control and an opportunity to rediscover a critically-acclaimed and beautifully crafted adventure.
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Using the Wii Remote, players can directly manipulate the in-game Celestial Brush. Players utilize the brush to literally draw upon the game world, thereby altering its physical properties. Whether it's creating pathways, chopping down trees or turning night into day, Okami changes the world into a virtual canvas.
Featuring a visually stunning art style, Okami comes alive through beautiful scenic 3D levels that have the appearance and texture of paper scrolls brushed with watercolor-like calligraphy art. Throughout the vibrant and distinctive surroundings, interact with a dynamic cast of characters and build their faith to uncover clues and hints. The blend of stylized graphics and unique gameplay results in a rich and dynamic experience never seen before.
Innovative gameplay and control scheme optimized for the Wii - Defeating monsters requires both motion-controlled physical attacks, but also use of the Wii Remote as Amaterasu's 'Celestial Brush' to paint the desired powers for decimating enemies and solving puzzles.
The same amazing gameplay and story found in the award-winning PlayStation2 version of the game, which received much critical acclaim including: Game of the Year from Associated Press, PSM, Village Voice and IGN.com; Game of the Month from EGM, Game Informer, OPM and Play Magazine
Create and Destroy at Will – Play as a god to re-establish order and beauty to a world laid barren by evil.
Intense action-packed battles – Rooted in Japanese folklore, fight against a diverse line-up of demons and monsters.
Utilize Various Gameplay Styles – In addition to the Celestial Brush, Amaterasu wields three types of offensive weaponry, each with their own unique abilities and effects.
Depending on how a weapon is equipped, it can be used as the main or sub weapon: Reflectors – These well-balanced weapons are suited for close range combat; Rosaries – Sacred magatama beads are great for quick long range attacks; Glaives – These can be charged up to unleash powerful close range attacks.
Intriguing Main Character – Assume the role of the sun god, Amaterasu, who descends upon the earth in the form of a wolf. The Japanese translation of the word wolf is Okami.
Original Visuals and Revolutionary Design – Vibrant and inspiring graphics, reminiscent of traditional Japanese art createdon paper scrolls, produce a large variety of stages with a watercolor-esque appearance.
Interact with a unique and dynamic cast of characters.
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Okami is rated
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Rated 2 out of
AverGe Joe from
Okami is great- Game Stop blowsThe game is magnificent, but the disc had fingerprints, the case was marred with old adhesive and particles of chocolate? Mud? It’s obvious no one at GameStop cares about the games they sell. Print out a black and white cover (at least) and clean your merchandise before selling it. #Sad
Date published: 2019-07-29
Rated 4 out of
The Jobober from
The Zelda Clone Among All the RestI had heard many positive and negative things about this game. In the midst of those opinions, the one that stuck out the most was that it was really long and that it was a Zelda clone. I'm only 15 minutes in so far, but I like what I saw.
Date published: 2019-03-27
Rated 5 out of
Rick VLL from
OkamiThis is one of the greatest games of all time! It is an amazing adventure with beautiful art work strewn throughout the game. It looks like a beautiful painting but yet it has game play on par with The Legend of Zelda.
Date published: 2019-03-08
Rated 5 out of
Great GraphicsI love the graphics in this game.I love that it was affordable.i also love the fantasy story line in this game.
Date published: 2019-02-25
Rated 3 out of
Good At FirstThe waggle controls seem to work exceedingly well until you’re in an actual battle. I was impressed up until the first fight when I couldn’t get more than one attack in no matter how hard I waggled the remote. I’d go for the PS2 version or any of the remasters for PC or PS4. I have it on PC and it works way better.
Date published: 2019-02-15
Rated 5 out of
Awesome Art DesignI bought this a little over a week ago and am only 34hrs in and I absolutely love this game. The graphics are amazing and the quests/main story really keep you engaged in the game. I do wish there was a bit more of a clear explanation with the Wii controls when first starting but everything else about the game makes up for it.
Date published: 2018-06-12
Rated 5 out of
AMAZINGthis game is amazing. i lvoe the style and the graphics. the soundtrack to Okami is amazing.. i love how it is unlike many games.
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 5 out of
An amazing game!I came across Okami, at my public library, believe it or not. I saw that it was for the Wii and recognized the Japanese word for wolf, and thought I would give it a try. I became addicted! The family loved to watch, I love to play. The plot was amazing, the details, the obscure references to Japanese culture and history, the side stories, the number of villains. It was amazing! But the library only rented out games for six days, so before I could even defeat the first main villain, it was time for the game to go back. But a clean house and fist full of allowance later, Okami was back on the shelf! I completed both arcs of the game and when it was over I was in tears, not many games have much value after you beat it the first time, but as I started my quest from the beginning once more, I found it still has that sparkle and shine. There were new things to discover I hadn't even seen the first time through. And after beating it a second time, I would play a third, and a fourth! And I still haven't even found all of those stray beads! There is so much to do, so much to see, and so much thought put into this game, I don't think I will ever grow tired of it. (Though my brother has gotten tired of watching me play and has started his own level) A perfect game to play over and over. The graphics leave much to be desired, but everything else EASILY makes up for that.