The disappearance of a young marine biologist prompted you, a journalist to an investigation in the Kishira reefs, located in the southern pacific ocean.
The reef itself is a treasure chest full of rare fish and other sea creatures. By fully utilizing the graphical capabilities of the PlayStation3, the developers have brought 5000 types of such creatures alive to your home.
You have to solve the puzzles that surround the marine biologist's disappearance and find out the reason for his actions. Aside from creatures, the reefs contain a lot of spots to adventure in, such as sunken shrines and pirate ships. Besides the main task of locating the missing person, there are loads of other side quests for you to take on.
Take a walk in the undersea paradise and spend a holiday there.
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