Following up his diary exploring Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 3's disaster-stricken streets, CoreGamers' Bruno de Figueiredo has posted a tour through Millenium Kitchen's latest Boku No Natsuyasumi (My Summer Holiday) PSP game, Seitouchi Shounen Tanteidan, Boku to Himitsu no Chizu, or Boy’s Inland Detective Club: Me and the Secret Map.

The nostalgia-tinged series, which follows a young boy's adventures sometime in the 1980s during a month-long vacation in rural Japan, has unfortunately never made it to the States, but you can read import impressions on what made the previous releases so special at Crunk Games. Ray Barnholt, who runs the site, described the first PSP Boku No Natsuyasumi (a remake of the original PS1 game) as "the best game about playing outside".

Back to the walkthrough of the new PSP title, de Figueiredo has posted direct-feed shots of the beautiful settings from the game's introduction, like the scenic train ride to the summer home, and the cluttered bedroom overlooking the beach.

He also posts about some of the game's thoughtful details, like the fold-out table brought out for guests:

Says de Figueiredo, "I liked the fact that when the family began eating, the room was lit by the sunset light and once it is finished they already have the lights on. This is what I call a naturalist detail..."