Magical Vacation (マジカルバケーション, majikaru bakēshon?) is a 2001 role-playing video game developed by Brownie Brown and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance only in Japan on December 7, 2001, and was later re-released in the same region in 2006. Japanese singer, model, and actress Mika Nakashima was featured in the television commercials for Magical Vacation.
A sequel was produced for the Nintendo DS in 2006, titled Magical Starsign; Magical Starsign saw release in Europe and North America.
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... Magical Starsign, known in Japan as Magical Vacation Itsutsu no Hoshi ga Narabu Toki (マジカルバケーション 5 ... "Magical Vacation When the five stars align"), is a role-playing video game for the Nintendo DS developed by Brownie Brown ... It is the sequel to the Japan-exclusive Game Boy Advance title, Magical Vacation ...
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