Sailor Moon: La Luna Splende

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Sailor Moon: La Luna Splende
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Developer(s) Bandai Namco
Publisher(s) Bandai Namco
Series Sailor Moon
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Release
Genre(s) Action, Platform, Puzzle
Mode(s) Single-player

Sailor Moon: La Luna Splende (English: Sailor Moon: The moon shines) is a video game released for Nintendo DS by Namco Bandai on 16 March 2011 for the Italian market only. [1] The title is inspired by the anime series Sailor Moon , and although the title of the video game refers to the Italian title of the second season, its plot and player characters are specific to the first season.

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Plot

Sailor Moon and the other Sailor Guardians set out on an adventure in which they will have to save Naru Osaka, Usagi's best friend, who has fallen into a deep sleep from which she can no longer emerge, which turns out to be a trap set by the Dark Kingdom.

Gameplay

The player must select from one of the five protagonists to complete the video game, which is divided into three main phases: the Jewel Palace, the Mystery Castle and the Flower Garden, each of which consists of 20-30 levels. The levels combine elements of platform action video games with others of puzzle video games. [2]

Some in-game content can be unlocked by the player through progression, such as character customization with accessories. [3]

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