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Tokyo Dark

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Collector's Edition In addition to the core game, Tokyo Dark: Collector’s Edition includes the game's digital soundtrack, alongside a PDF art book containing imagery from throughout the game's development process. About the GameDetective Ito`s partner is missing, but what starts as a straightforward case soon spirals into a twisted nightmare that causes Ito to confront her past and question her own sanity. Tokyo Dark places the narrative in your hands. Your decisions and actions change Detective Ito's state of mind, opening doors to different possibilities as you attempt to find your partner and understand the dark and horrifying world around you. KEY FEATURES The S.P.I.N (Sanity, Professionalism, Investigation, Neurosis) system keeps track of every decision you make, changing how other characters react and the actions available to you. A deliciously dark delve into the world beneath Tokyo, that will leave you questioning each and every decision. A branching narrative that delivers 11 exciting endings. A NewGame+ mode that positions you at the fork of each of Tokyo Dark's 11 endings. Beautifully animated sequences produced by Graphinica - a world class anime studio. The exploration, discovery and puzzle solving found in Point and Click Adventures married with narrative depth and intrigue of visual novels. Original soundtrack by Reign of Fury front man Matt `Bison` Steed. Localization by Japanese novelist Ureshino Kimi. Will the past come back to haunt you, or will you stand by your decisions?
Release date
Sep 7, 2017
Square Enix
Age rating
18+ Adults Only

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 or above (64-bit Operating System Required)
  • Processor: AMD Phenom II X2 550, 3.1 GHz or Intel Core i3 3220
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 3870 (512 MB) or GeForce 8800 GT (512 MB)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
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Tokyo Dark reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
A great Game Wonderful Animations and beautiful Drawings Great Characters Beautiful Story-Telling Exciting Mehere Solution Way Sweet Cats!!! The Game tells a Story about mystical Powers, Wrong Decisions, Death and the Hurdle to deal with the Cruelties. Do you Forgive or take Revenge? At The End of the day, are we not all Victims through the other People's did? I really liked the History of Tokyo Dark. There are many different Settings that are as beautiful and detailed as the Characters themselves. You can tackle different Problems in different Ways, usually there is an obvious, radical Way and a smarter, pacifist-for which, however, you have to be patient a bit and need a few More Clicks. Health is as explained above by the S.P.I.N system. Personally, I think it's excellent! Answers during the Conversations, Decisions you make all affect health. If you're not careful, you go crazy or even kill yourself before the End of the Game. The Main Game lasts about 6-8 Hours. However, you can then create Memory points through New Game + To try other Ways and earn Achievements. In Addition, new Events will be unlocked. Plus, there's mega sweet Kittens. Aww ~ Definitely something for People who want more Story than around and sword-speeds;D
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Tokyo Dark Tokyo Dark is promoted by Publisher Square Enix as a Mix of Point & Click and Visual Novel. One himself takes on the Role of Detective Ayami Itō, who is looking for her friend and Partner Detective Tanaka Kazuki, who has been missing without trace for some Time. As the Game progresses, it quickly becomes clear that this is not a "normal" Case. The Events quickly drift in an unexpected Direction and keep the Player always Interested through what I Think is a really extraordinarily Well-written Story. Personally, I really enjoyed the game itself. Because the Game has an incredibly exciting History, it would also have had my Attention as a Visual Novel, but that I was Able to help decide what was happening, Solve Puzzles and had to suffer Consequences with the Main Character. Feel along instead of looking at everything as an Outsider, as with a Visual Novel. The Main Character is a firm personality, but it is the Player's Decisions that determine their Destiny. The Game always thrilled me with its own Kind of "Pressure" on me to force me to Make decisions and keep reminding me of what the direct Consequences of my Decisions were und/or are. Here, the Genre of Horror or, more aptly, "psychological horror" plays a crucial Role. Often you are put under Time Pressure or just evil for your Actions is compressed together. The Whole thing seems very "alive" because of what we say are unnatural events, makes the whole thing all the more frightening. I can recommend the Game to anyone who doesn't shy away from clicking through the Puzzles and Horror to experience a great Story.
If you want a good point-and-click adventure game that frightens you, skip this title. The game doesn’t have much variety in dialogues and feels like a straight corridor you’re led through. Honestly, I didn’t feel that my choices matter. I’d like this game to have more puzzles and an actual butterfly effect instead of this simulation.  
Tokyo Dark is a great visual novel for all lovers of Asian horrors and physiological thrillers. You are to manage characters’ problems, make difficult choices and deal with their feelings. Well, there are some problems with dialogues but they are rare and are totally washed out by awesome moments of fear you feel for the most of the game. There are 11 endings and it’s really exciting to open them all. 
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