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Submitted by arcsoft 454d ago | opinion piece

Delving into the World of Visual Novels

Laura of GAMElitist.com - "I hadn’t really heard the term “visual novel” until about a year ago, and as I was browsing a certain image-posting board I came across a thread discussing Katawa Shoujo... Once I’d played through all the paths I decided to look up some more visual novels, as the general consensus on the internet was that Katawa Shoujo was “baby’s first VN”, and I felt like branching out." (Culture, Katawa Shoujo, PC, Saya No Uta, Yume Miru Kusuri)

Snookies12  +   454d ago
Saya no Uta was intense man... That game actually gave me nightmares it was so disturbing. Not anything about jump scares, or actual scary scenes. Just the general vibe and atmosphere of hopelessness. Absolutely wonderful game though, I just wish there was a way to turn off the 18+ scenes.

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