Sickness is a visual novel centering around Suoh Tesla, an amoral high school student whose life is rapidly deteriorating. Following the deaths of his parents, a brief stay in the hospital, and the emergence of his “Sickness”, his daily life quickly devolves from carefree school days to a life of crime.
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Release Date: Jan 20, 2016

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May 2

New route + sale

This is the first of the three updates mentioned in the last announcement. I thought it would take longer than this, and it was intended to be much shorter... but hey, there you go.

First, while I call it a “new route”, what’s actually being added to Sickness is an unlockable extra. After you’ve finished the main route you’ll be able to play through certain key events (and several side events) as Misa, meaning we’ll finally get to hear what’s on her mind while seeing a little more of what’s going on behind the scenes. Many events are purposely omitted, however, so if it’s been a while since you played the main game, there may be a few moments where you feel like you’ve missed something.

The extra clocks in at just over 45,000 words, making it more than 1/3rd of the length of the main game, and bringing the total word count of Sickness up to roughly 183,500 words. Who knew Misa had so much to say?

Many of the events being covered are already present in the main game, and there are no choices to be made, but there are new scenes littered throughout the extra for which Suoh is not present, or has no knowledge of. There are also 4 new CGs, 1 new sprite, 4 new music tracks, and a few new backgrounds as well.

Also, this extra is mostly light-hearted, with more focus on comedy and romance rather than blood and gore. It centers around Misa’s relationships with others and her personal growth rather than her job, so if Sickness was more gritty than you’d like, you may enjoy this extra more than the main game.

Second, the sale. I wanted to have one sooner (for Valentines Day) coinciding with the release of Sara’s route, but I misunderstood the regulations surrounding Steam sales, so that didn’t happen. And this time, when the next update was ready, the timing coincided with Steam’s Anime weekend sale, making the update’s sale a bit redundant. I’m bad at this, aren’t I?

Oh well. I wasn’t going to delay the update because of poor timing. This just means the sale for Sickness will last 11 days instead of 7. I’ll worry about getting this sale business right next time.

More importantly, further progress on Sickness. By this point, the inconsistent backgrounds from the initial release have been replaced. Although the backgrounds still present weren’t all done by the same artist, and there are some differences in style, they’re far more consistent and appealing (at least to my unartistic eye) than they were before.

Finally, the next two updates. Although this extra was completed earlier than anticipated, the next big update might not be ready until late 2016 or early 2017. This is because I will be working on other games, mostly other peoples’ games, and also because I will likely need to find a new CG artist.

Anyway, I hope you all enjoy the new extra. I do not have any plans to do something similar for other characters, but I won’t rule it out. So wait with baited breath for the next announcement, and look forward to new routes and development.

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“Sickness is not a visual novel for the faint of heart or those looking for a good, comedic romp with adorable anime characters. While you will find anime-style art, it is hardly attributed to anything adorable or sweet for long.ood, comedic romp with adorable anime characters”
4/5 – Hardcoregamer

About This Game

Stats (Feb 15th 2016)
Word count: 138,500 words
Number of CGs: 69 (plus variations of several)
Number of sprites: 30 (mostly minor characters)
31 original music tracks, + 5 CCA-by tracks



Summary/Plot

Sickness is a Visual Novel following the life of Suoh, a high school student turned violent criminal.

Following the deaths of his parents, Suoh is left without a home or source of income. All he has is his twin sister, Sara, who he promises to provide for, even if doing so means throwing his life away.

Using the entirety of their savings, the two move to another city, wherein Suoh quickly finds work. Sara commutes to her old school, Suoh works long, physically-demanding hours, and the two survive off instant food, barely scraping by. It isn't a happy life, but they make it work.

Or at least they did, until a violent outburst set into motion a rapid descent.

Amid a physical altercation with his boss, Suoh blacks out, waking up to find a corpse laying at his feet. His knuckles bloody, his muscles aching, he realizes that he has just murdered his boss, the person responsible for his continued well-being. But rather than lament the loss of life, all Suoh can think of is how badly he needed the money, and what he'll do next to get it.

Drawn by the scent of blood, one of Suoh's coworkers, a young man with criminal connections, offers him a not so legal revenue stream, one encouraging violent behavior and rewarding the capable.

And from there, everything spirals out of control.

As it turns out, Suoh has a knack for crime, and the petty reservations he had about such acts don't last long. For the well-being of his sister, as well as his own self-interest, he becomes a killer for hire, taking out people anybody his new boss tells him to. He quickly adapts to life as a killer, adopting a double life his sister can never know about.

But his new life is not without trouble. Facing death on a weekly basis is only the beginning; between avoiding police detection, eyewitnesses, and even the malice of his fellow professional killers, Suoh's new life looks to be the death of him.

Will Suoh manage to survive long enough to keep his promise to his sister? Will he turn tail and escape from this life of crime, finding solace in the company of someone or something else? Or will he be hunted down and killed before he ever gets the chance?


Main Characters

Sara Tesla - Suoh's twin sister

Sara is a high school student who harbors complex feelings. To her brother, Sara is an angelic sister with a loving nature and endless affection; an image she cultivates and builds on daily. To everyone else, however, Sara is narcissistic and thoroughly two-faced.
Family aside, Sara doesn't care for other people in the slightest, and as a result of her desperately trying to hide this fact, her family mistakenly believe Sara to be bipolar.


Karasu - An up and coming crimelord

Karasu builds his wealth through a variety of "services", including, but not limited to, gambling, corporate espionage, and organ trafficking. Above all, however, Karasu is most famous for providing "waste disposal" for neighboring towns, whether they request his services or not.
His ultimate goal is to build an empire he can share with his beloved "children"; interesting individuals he has taken under his wing and granted a new lease on life.
Though many view him as a sadistic narcissist who will stop at nothing to obtain what he wants, Karasu is ultimately a simple businessman who displays affection only for a chosen few.


Sai - Karasu's right-hand man

Sai is Karasu's most trusted and capable employee, responsible for overseeing his most lucrative business ventures, despite always working in the shadows. He is also responsible for “breaking in” new recruits, and as such becomes Suoh's teacher.
Unrivaled in what he does, Sai is a ruthless killer who feels no remorse; those who get on his bad side seldom live long enough to realize it.
The only things more important to Sai than his work are his daughter's well-being and happiness.


Misa - Sai's daughter

Misa is a teenage girl who wishes for a normal life.
Being the daughter of a professional killer (and protective father), however, Misa has trained from a young age in order to protect herself from the dangers of the world, and in doing so inevitably became aware of her father's line of work.
As her father's work absorbed her life, Misa adapted her skillset to match those of a killer, using her youth and small figure to become the youngest and most discreet killer among her peers.
Outside of work, Misa is still just a young girl. She's very friendly, once she warms up to someone, and is protective of those close to her.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 1Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card (capable of 1080p output)
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: 1.5Ghz dual core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card (capable of 1080p output)
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS 10.4
    • Processor: 1 Gz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL compatible card (capable of 1080p output)
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Mac OS 10.6+
    • Processor: 1.5Ghz dual core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL compatible card (capable of 1080p output)
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
    • Processor: 1 Gz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL compatible card (capable of 1080p output)
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.04+
    • Processor: 1.5Ghz dual core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL compatible card (capable of 1080p output)
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
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Overall:
Very Positive (56 reviews)
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ElLirogono
10.4 hrs
Posted: August 14
A surprisingly good VN on moral relativity, one that stands out in an overwhelming mass of crap that we are being served.

Despite having some incoherences or unrealistic behaviour/lines of the characters it was able to restore some of the faith I had lost in the genre after contact with other, so called, mature VNs.

Definitely not for children or anybody seeking H-content. There is a lot of brutality but it serves a purpose instead of being a goal itself.

I just wish the creators dropped the 'sickness' idea of the 'Sickness'. It's completely obsolete, there is enough psychpathology in everyone of us to include obvious psychotic symptoms.
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PhantomFall
15.4 hrs
Posted: July 12
Dude,

Being a psycho serial killer is fun....

Also, being a psycho serial killer, and being payed to be a psycho serial killer while working for an underground crime boss, is awesome.

10/10 would kill (virtually, of course) again
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P'TrickZ
0.2 hrs
Posted: July 8
reproducible error.
in check_infinite_loop raise Exception("Possible infinite loop.")
... oh really? maybe not just throw it, but catch it, i am the consumer, don't give me your damn exceptions!

0/10 can't get all achievemnts by skipping through...
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Rose
12.8 hrs
Posted: July 3
This visual novel tackles psychological aspects of life. The atmosphere is dark and melancholic. Suoh struggles to support his younger sister, Sara until he meets a person that will change everything. He starts making more income by doing “odd” jobs while trying not to be suspicious. Sara isn’t the perfect angelic sibling she portrays in the story which creates problems for Suoh. The story is captivating, but there are some minor plotholes. Another character route could be added to understand a certain person’s role since it leaves questions unanswered. If you can’t tolerate incest or murder, then this may not be suitable. Once you complete the main route, an unlockable extra is included.
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HazyAlex
7.1 hrs
Posted: June 27
Product received for free
It's a really good game. Play it.

I was feeling a bit down and tired from my internship but I was able to slip away for a while and play this game, well done developers, it's an awesome game.
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Ragnarok Ender
12.1 hrs
Posted: June 25
This is a great VN. No if, and, or buts about it. The subject matter is very mature and features a protaganist that has very little moral compass. I got this during the Steam summer sale and after playing if would have payed full price. I played it all the way through without many breaks as the story kept me enthralled. I also have to give this game a huge plus in the fact that is has the gall and gumption to actually follow through a real sister route (somehting I have been unable to find on Steam before). So if you're like me, and this is your cup of tea, it was a very well written arc and the first one I experienced. If you're on the fence on this game then I hope this review can tip you into getting it.
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Moon Man
6.0 hrs
Posted: June 22
I want to write a more elaborate review, but sometimes less is more




This is freaking breaking bad VN version. Awesome storyline/characters/dialogue, and this is coming from a guy that doesn't even like VNs much
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ijaz99
3.7 hrs
Posted: June 13
Amazing visual novel with epic character art. 10/10, would play again.
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StarscReen
14.4 hrs
Posted: June 13
This is the first Visual Novel that I was able to play for hours without getting bored. I definitely recommend it for anyone who's searching for an enthralling VN and has a certain tolerance for themes like murder and incest.

Cons:
- a few small scenes can drag on a bit (especially in the extra chapter)
- some minor plot holes but they are not very obvious and can be easily overlooked if you don't overthink it

Pros:
- interesting and enthralling story
- sounds and music fitting for the situations
- choices can add/change whole conversations/scenes + the ending
- skipping is very easy, you can only skip if you already played the current scene so you won't accidentally miss anything
- extra chapter after you completed the main game
- 7 playthroughs (all 7 endings) + extra chapter = about 14 hours

Neutral:
- not recommended for faint-hearted people, people with certain psychological problems and people with a strong distaste for incest (route with incest can be avoided)
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LewdExplosions
4.8 hrs
Posted: May 9
Tis a VN of not the highest quility but on that sucked me in and captavated me took me about 5 hours or so to compleat loved the story and damn did they get me at the end.
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
10.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 14
A surprisingly good VN on moral relativity, one that stands out in an overwhelming mass of crap that we are being served.

Despite having some incoherences or unrealistic behaviour/lines of the characters it was able to restore some of the faith I had lost in the genre after contact with other, so called, mature VNs.

Definitely not for children or anybody seeking H-content. There is a lot of brutality but it serves a purpose instead of being a goal itself.

I just wish the creators dropped the 'sickness' idea of the 'Sickness'. It's completely obsolete, there is enough psychpathology in everyone of us to include obvious psychotic symptoms.
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63 of 66 people (95%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
19.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 25
Sickness is a disturbing game; it’s dark, demented, bloody and can even be offensive at times. I loved every moment of playing this title. This game is not for the faint of heart- if violence is not your thing then turn back now. While things don’t ever get too graphic or gory it’s still enough to turn some off. There is strong language as well as some creepy plot elements, but if you’re into visual novels of a different breed then please read on.

Our main character is Suoh, who has just killed his boss by mistake during an argument. Panicked, he reaches out to one of his co-workers who is involved in some shady business. This dangerous young gentleman, Markus, saves Suoh’s bacon but wants something in return, and he introduces Suoh to Kurasu, a mob boss. What unfolds next is our protagonist's descent into a world of money, lies, violence, and ultimately murder. One fatal mistake sends Suoh’s life spiraling out of control.

The story continues as Suoh advances in Karasu’s criminal organization that Markus has dragged him into. Suoh has battles with himself, his actions and whatever set of morals he has left. Midst all the chaos, Suoh has two shining beacons of hope, his twin sister Sara and a girl he meets in his new line of work named Misa. There are two endings in the game, one for Sara and one for Misa. As our “hero” progresses down either path, he is plagued by doubt that he can lead such a violent lifestyle and still have happiness.

Along with a gripping story, the game has mood setting music and well made artwork. The art has a few up and down moments in terms of quality but overall the game is visually appealing. The CG scenes are what stand out the most, guiding readers along. The game does suffer from a few typos that should have been caught in post-production but they are few and far between and not enough to ruin the game.

When I started getting deeper into Sickness I personally found it to be a lot like the TV show Dexter, a story about a man who is a serial killer trying to have a normal life and battle the cruel urge he names his “Dark Passenger.” Here, Souh names his “Sickness” and his mental state even brings him physical pain and delusions. I loved the story, I loved how different it was from conventional slice-of-life visual novels or overdone love stories, I was at the edge of my seat during each chapter wanting to know what happens next. Despite the dark nature of this title, I would wholeheartedly recommend Sickness to anyone that can handle it.

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48 of 53 people (91%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 21
Sickness is a visual novel developed by Zetsubou and published by Unwonted Studios it has a overall dark theme and atmosphere surrounding the visual novel. There are many choices which can be made and depending on your choices it will change the outcome of the story.

The story

The pacing of the story is alright not too fast or not too slow for me but some people may find it slow because at certain points it gets a little boring [this is on my own personal judgement], I loved the touch of realism because it really reflects the very ugly side of society, the rich just keep getting richer and the poor, well you guessed it get poorer. It shows the true nature of humans too, showing characters doing any form of immoral acts all in the face of money, greed and protection.

We get to view the life of Suoh through his eyes of a high school student turned into violent a criminal. After the deaths of his parents, Suoh is left without a home or source of income. All he has is his twin sister, Sara, who he promises to provide for, even if doing so means throwing his life away. Suoh works long, physically-demanding hours, and the two survive off instant food, barely scraping by.

Amid a physical altercation with his boss, Suoh blacks out, waking up to find a corpse laying at his feet. His knuckles bloody, his muscles aching, he realizes that he has just murdered his boss, the person responsible for his continued well-being. But rather than lament the loss of life, all Suoh can think of is how badly he needed the money, and what he’ll do next to get it.

Drawn by the scent of blood, one of Suoh’s coworkers, a young man with criminal connections, offers him a not so legal revenue stream, one encouraging violent behavior and rewarding the capable.

But his new life is not without trouble. Facing death on a weekly basis is only the beginning; between avoiding police detection, eyewitnesses, Suoh’s new life looks to be the death of him.

Will Suoh manage to survive long enough to keep his promise to his sister? Will he turn tail and escape from this life of crime, finding solace in the company of someone or something else?

Audio and Visual elements

Visual elements – They are alright for the CGs and character sprites with the use of western art can be found in almost all of the CGs. BUT the backgrounds… There was some backgrounds that has quite obvious inconsistency as they can be viewed at the above showcase the top 2 backgrounds looks bad compared to the third and fourth backgrounds that are showcased. But I have to say I loved the CGs the western art style approach was good I liked it overall it was alright but the backgrounds I wish they could be better.

Audio elements – They music cues in perfectly in time with the situation. Overall the music in game is average there is nothing too fancy going on with the music its just average at best.

To sum up

I do recommend this Visual Novel but to a certain and why? I recommend this visual novel to a certain extent because firstly and provably 1 of the biggest reason on my list is that I always look out for a consistent art style in backgrounds, sprites and CGs 2 of them are good, [CGs and sprites] but the backgrounds those that are deemed as not up to “standard” are honestly putting me off, meanwhile with very average music its very hard to put this into a good spotlight. On the other hand I do recommend this Visual Novel to people who do like visual novels [obviously] and for people who do like crimes and drugs and many more sensitive topics.

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38 of 43 people (88%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
8.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 20
The story mainly told throughout this Visual novel is dark, disgusting, and vile. To me, the macabre events put this on par with popular horror VNs like Saya no Uta. I haven't completed the game yet, but I think I have a pretty firm grasp of the storyline so far. The grim tale told throughout involves despicable, inhumane acts that made even me feel a bit shocked.The game throws all of these things at you without any warning or mercy. It all holds a touch of realism, however, which makes it all the scarier. Many of the characters are immoral, none more so than the protagonist himself.

None of the characters are infallible, and that is shown quite early on. Death is often meaningless and quick as a flash, often without warning. This all adds to the grim reality that the story paints. Crime often goes on without any repercussions, and the rich can get away with just about anything they want. Meanwhile, the protagonist and his sister go through a series of life changing events and by the time the story starts, the protag is desperate to keep his sister from living a life of poverty and cruelty. The stress eventually gets to him and his boss is the one to finally drive him off the deep end. As the story unfolds, it follows the MC's descent into madness and a life of inescapable crime.

The art is alright, but the character designs leave something to be desired, considering many of the men look like girls, one of whom is the crime lord the protag works under. Other than that, its passable and does not take away from the story. The writing is pretty good so far, and I have not experienced any typos whatsoever. Sometimes the writing seems a bit amateurish though. Some of the sentences suffer from awkward wording, but its probably just a nitpick.

The game does have one problem that I just can't get around, even if it is just my personal opinion. At first, the protagonist seems to have some moral values, but he eventually just throws that out the window, completely contradicting most of his earlier actions. I don't want to spoil it for anyone, but for me it was a major dealbreaker. It made me hate the protagonist beyond belief because his actions seem nonsensical and ridiculous. I could attribute it to his loss of sanity, but as far as I know, its completely unavoidable. To me, it seems out of character and made me lose any type of sympathy for him.

Either way I say pick this one up. The writing and story definitely make up for the unlikeable protagonist. The story is very gripping and holds quite a bit of tension at some points. I can say with absolute certainty that this visual novel is worth the price for me and makes for a nice break from all the Slice Of Life visual novels that have been coming out lately.
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17 of 18 people (94%) found this review helpful
Recommended
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 28
9.5/10 - Finally, A Game That Indulges Ones Darker, Twisted Side.

I started this visual novel without knowing anything about it; I just saw the $15 price tag and thought it would never live up to my expectations for such a premium price. I was wrong! This game exceeded my expectations in a dark, devious and calculated way.

This game won't be for everyone! However, if you don't mind twisted thinking, blood and guts you may have to check this one out! Your choices matter in this visual novel and your ending will be determined by them.
I honestly didn't know what to expect throughout the story which is refreshing to say the least. This campaign lasted me 11.5 hours with a combination of auto-advance and personal clicking. You definitely get a good value for your $15; but that doesn't mean you shouldn't grab this on discount.

Worth the $15 for sure! Once this title is on sale… GRAB IT!

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9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 13
This is the first Visual Novel that I was able to play for hours without getting bored. I definitely recommend it for anyone who's searching for an enthralling VN and has a certain tolerance for themes like murder and incest.

Cons:
- a few small scenes can drag on a bit (especially in the extra chapter)
- some minor plot holes but they are not very obvious and can be easily overlooked if you don't overthink it

Pros:
- interesting and enthralling story
- sounds and music fitting for the situations
- choices can add/change whole conversations/scenes + the ending
- skipping is very easy, you can only skip if you already played the current scene so you won't accidentally miss anything
- extra chapter after you completed the main game
- 7 playthroughs (all 7 endings) + extra chapter = about 14 hours

Neutral:
- not recommended for faint-hearted people, people with certain psychological problems and people with a strong distaste for incest (route with incest can be avoided)
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9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
12.8 hrs on record
Posted: July 3
This visual novel tackles psychological aspects of life. The atmosphere is dark and melancholic. Suoh struggles to support his younger sister, Sara until he meets a person that will change everything. He starts making more income by doing “odd” jobs while trying not to be suspicious. Sara isn’t the perfect angelic sibling she portrays in the story which creates problems for Suoh. The story is captivating, but there are some minor plotholes. Another character route could be added to understand a certain person’s role since it leaves questions unanswered. If you can’t tolerate incest or murder, then this may not be suitable. Once you complete the main route, an unlockable extra is included.
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 21
Love dark stories?
Love death in general?
Love humour in general?
Love murder and violence?

Then this is the VN for you.

The MC of this VN is Suoh. He used to be normal, but all that changed after his parents were killed in a freak accident and he was hospitalized - losing memories whilst at it. His insanity (hearing voices to be more precise) is what he calls his Sickness. Because his parents' accounts were frozen, he needed money to support both him and his sister. What better way for a teenager to get cash then to work in the underground? Especially if said teenager has no guilty conciousness to speak off one bit.
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15 of 22 people (68%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 21
"Throatslitting as a hobby"
Very dark VN. Many brutalities and less romantic scenes. You fall into some thorngrow mode and begin to murder ...
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
16.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 2
This is the VN I’ve been waiting for: it’s disturbing, violent, bloody… God, I simply LOVED this story. It’s full of surprises, and your choices actually matter while playing. The art is okay (regarding characters and CGs), backgrounds were nicely done, background songs are also nice and they catch the spirit of the story.

If you like cute and happy VNs, this one ISN’T for you. But if you are looking for a more mature experience without the exaggerated fanservice which 98% of VNs have, please try this game. I hope to see more works like this one!

10/10. Oh, it would be awesome if developers could release DLC content like an art book or soundtrack!
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