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NYCC: Aww! Little Chibiterasu is lost at Comic-Con

Oct 09 // Dale North
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If you're walking around New York near Comic-Con this weekend you're sure to come across a flyer like the one shown above. If you're actually inside Comic-Con, especially near Capcom's crowded booth, it's obvious what this sign is for. Some were quite confused, though. I saw this same flyer posted some 3 blocks away as I was headed to get some pizza. Non-nerd types saw the flyer, pulled a number, and then said "awww!"

Speaking of "awww," the lost wolf flyer says that he likes the sun, painting and peanut butter. He answers to Chibiterasu.

Of course, this is Capcom's way of spreading the word on DS game Okamiden. The lost puppy can be found on the show floor, where copies of the game are playable and plenty of very cute swag is being given away. In the gallery below you'll be able to see all the adorable things Capcom has lined up here for fans at the show. Check out the puppy prints on the floor.

A friend at Capcom tipped us off to a contest at the Okami Facebook page for NYCC attendees. Check it out at Facebook.com/Okami.

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