Finny the Fish & the Seven Waters

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Finny the Fish & the Seven Waters
System(s): PlayStation 2
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment (Japan)

Natsume Inc. (US)

Developer:
Genre: Action

















Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sony PlayStation 2
JP
¥5,800 (6,090)5800e[2] SCPS-15069
CERO: Free
Sony PlayStation 2
US
SLUS-21072
ESRB: Everyone
Sony PlayStation 3
JP
¥1,143 (1,200)1200i[3] NPJC-00008
CERO: A

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Finny the Fish & the Seven Waters, known as Uo: Nanatu no Mizu to Densetsu no Nushi (うお 7つの水と伝説のヌシ) in Japan, is an action game published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 2. Sega WOW[1] developed the game.

Versions

Localised names

Also known as
Language Localised Name English Translation
English (US) Finny the Fish & the Seven Waters Finny the Fish & the Seven Waters
Japanese うお 7つの水と伝説のヌシ Uo: Nanatu no Mizu to Densetsu no Nushi

Production credits

  • Hopkins: Peter Barto
  • Tullulah: Melissa Dodd
  • Ottilia: Jody Gelb
  • Ariana: Christiane Crawford
  • Albert: Adrian Elfinbaum
  • Mileva: JoAnn Elfinbaum
  • Kellen: Erika Peterson
  • Duck: Kyle Nody
  • Bill: Eddie Chloe
  • Murdoch: John Mercer
  • Shag: Jay Momet
  • Aegeus: J.S. Gilbert
  • Kappa: Richard James
  • Composer: Shingo Okumura
  • Musical Performer:
    • Violin: Tomoe Akasaka, Keiko Nishio, Mr. BINGO
    • Viola: Noema Konaka
    • Oboe: Meiko Sata
    • Horn: Keiya Suzuki
    • Piano: Yuko Fujitani
    • Piano: Satomi Tsuji
  • U.S. Executive Producer: Hiro Maekawa
  • U.S. Product Manager: Graham Markay
  • U.S. Localization Manager: Sachiko Yamauchi
  • U.S. Localization Editor: Terry Munson
  • U.S. Q.A. Manager: Taka Maekawa
  • U.S. Q.A. Assistant: Takahiro
  • U.S. Art Director: Sanae
  • Package & Manual: Yoshi Orimo (V-Design), Sonja Morris (V-Design)
  • U.S. V.O. Casting & Management: Sam Peterson, Yoshie Anjiki
  • U.S. Sound Engineer: Scott Miller
  • Sound Programming Support: Isamu Terasaka
  • Technical Support: Hiroshi Yamamoto
  • Development Support: Shunpei Yamaguchi
  • Sound Effect: Masao Kimura, Kaori Ohshima
  • Oversea's Licensing: Masaaki Doi, Naoko Kino, Yuko Namba, Yuri Kato
  • Assistant Producer/Game Design: Yeonkyung Kim
  • Executive Producer: Yasuhide Kobayashi
  • Development Support by EverGreen International: Toshiya Hashimoto, Hiroyuki Ishihara
  • Megabass: Yuki Ito, Kiyoshi Kimata, Akihiro Suzuki
  • Professional Bass Angler: Katsunori Imae, Jun Fujiki, Youichi Odaki
  • CUSTOM HENRY'S: Hiroshige Yasui, Keiichi Hamagami
  • Tohokushinsha Film Corporation: Masaya Hojo, Junichi Umehara, Takanori Yoda
  • Hakuhodo Inc.: Hirofumi Inoue, Koji Takahama, Koichiro Iizuka, Yoshiyuki Sanehiro, Tetsuya Tokimatsu, Tomomi Taira
  • FreeWays: Akio Katsuta, Satoru Tsuihiki
  • Nihon Self Col.Ltd.: Toyotamaya, Jet Inoue
  • Most Special Thanks to: Rikiya Nakagawa, Mizuki Marui, Takao Seki, Katsunori Matsui, Hiromi Ando, Yukiko Wakasa, Tomoko Kanasaku, Masako Kodama, Sae Takada, Shawn Layden, Shiuho Deruiter, Masakazu Hoshi, Ryuji Nakayama, Daiki Nishioka, Miki Shinagawa, Ryoko Miniamisawa, Kane Wada, Yoshiko Furusawa, Asami Kusuhara, Tomoaki Inoue, Hiro Maekawa, Graham Markay, Sachiko Yamauchi, Taka Maekawa, SVG Distribution, And beloved family & all other friends who believe in!
Source:
In-game credits (US)

Magazine articles

Main article: Finny the Fish & the Seven Waters/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

PlayStation 2, JP
FinnytheFish PS2 JP cover.jpg
Cover
PlayStation 2, US
FinnytheFish PS2 US cover.jpg
Cover
FinnytheFish PS2 US Manual.pdf
Manual

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sony PlayStation 2
 ?
CRC32 65907fb5
MD5 c234bb827da211a31adf803693f31b28
SHA-1 191165fd73ab2d002f75a05a37ce448ceef453df
4,457,955,328 DVD-ROM (US) SLUS-21072 (V1.00)

External links

  • Finny the Fish & the Seven Waters on PlayStation.com: PlayStation 2: JP; PlayStation 3: JP
  • Finny the Fish & the Seven Waters on PlayStation Store: JP

References