Sega's Oshiri Kajiri Mushi Rhythm Lesson DS offers us some lessons from a wise individual who has much to teach the world: The Butt-Biting Bug. The What-Whatting What?
The Butt-Biting Bug, or Oshiri Kajiri Mushi, is a character in a little animation played between NHK children's shows, who sings a song about biting people's rears. The people he bites are then roused into some action that ends up making them happy. The bug became a surprise hit, getting his own show on the NHK, as well as CDs and DVDs. And now Sega is publishing a DS game featuring the character! An educational game that teaches you how to chomp on asses -- oh, no, sorry, it teaches you rhythm.
The site for the game doesn't have any specific information yet, and all that is known about the music-education game is that it will involve playing cymbals, castanets, drums, and other percussion instruments to the tune of not just the Oshiri Kajiri Mushi song, but over 100 others. In the absence of game screens (and because we want to), we've embedded the original Oshiri Kajiri Mushi video. The tune will be clamped tightly onto you for the rest of the day.
[Via GAME Watch]
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
12-04-2007 @ 6:34PM
Oh, I see; so if I want to get to know someone better, we have to rub butts.
Makes sense :)
12-04-2007 @ 7:05PM
Works for dogs.
12-04-2007 @ 7:23PM
A game based on a Japanese short that airs between cartoons? Sweet, maybe someone'll make a Domokun game now!
12-04-2007 @ 7:39PM
JC Fletcher said...
If by 'now' you mean '2002' then yes!
12-04-2007 @ 7:47PM
Oops, silly me for never having heard of Domokun until like 3 years ago.