Notice: When playing under the sun.

Oct. 19, 2004

- The "Boktai" series requires sunlight to complete the game. However, staying under the sun for long may have negative effects to your health.

- When playing under the sun, please take protective measures such as wearing a hat, not exposing your skin too much, applying sunblock, drinking liquids, etc.

- When the sun is shining strong, you could hurt your eyes if you stay out too long. If you have problems with your eyes even after taking a break (having trouble seeing, teary eyes, itchy eyes, aching eyes, etc.) please consult a doctor.

- When playing indoors, avoid playing in dark areas. Play in a bright room.

- When you have not slept long and/or are tired, do not play games for too long.

Get along well with the sun and enjoy this new style of game playing.

Notice: How to change the clock setting.

Oct. 19, 2004

This is how you change the clock setting when you have made a mistake setting the clock when starting the game.

Sun Avenue: Clock Tower

1. Go to the mall in Sun Avenue (you can check the area name in "Map" in "Menu")
2. Go to the clock tower (shown in the screenshot) and talk to Ennio.
3. Set the clock.

If you set the clock at the clock tower, you cannot change the setting again for the next 24 hours.
Please be careful when changing the clock setting.

"boktai 2: Solar Boy Django" Official Site Renewal.

Oct. 01, 2004

With the release date of the US version coming up, we have renewed the official website of Boktai 2.

We have uploaded "Play with the Sun!" that talks about the solar sensor and sunlight -- the things that make this game most unique -- and "The World of Boktai 2" that touches upon the story and characters of Boktai 2.

We will update this website periodically. Do not forget to check it out!

Send us your comments for our staff to the "MAIL BOX" as you did for the prologue site.

You can check out the E3 2004 trailer from "Downloads" if you have not watched it yet!

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