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omori is a good game

"this is a music site" fine list is digs.
1Cease Upon the Capitol
Cease Upon the Capitol


I bought it when I got $18 dollars in my steam wallet on a whim and I have not been disappointed thus far.
2Rolo Tomassi
Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It


though I knew so little about it the horror elements ~almost~ caught me off guard.
3*shels
Plains Of The Purple Buffalo


thank goodness for the "this game depicts scenes of suicide" warning at the beginning though.
4pulses.
Speak It Into Existence


I'm a sucker for that classic JRPG gameplay so I have no real complaints on that end. The emotion system and how it can affect both your party AND your unfittingly cute enemies is neat.
5Moros Eros
I Saw The Devil Last Night and Now The S


I kinda know what happens because I'm an idiot but no spoilers, I wanna keep as much suspense as I can. I'm not even out of the prologue yet. I play too slowly.
6The Armed
Ultrapop


I wonder if any of the jump scares are actually good. the "first" one was cool even if scared isn't the word I'd use. Surprised definitely.
7Beloved
Failure On


to think a clothing company was behind this game lol.
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