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Yomawari: Midnight Shadows

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The follow-up to 2016’s cult horror hit Yomawari: Night Alone, Yomawari: Midnight Shadows introduces two brand-new girls, Yui and Haru, to the night and the spirits who haunt it. Separated by a mysterious attacker, each girl will explore haunting and bizarre locations, face the terrors of the night, and test their courage and wits to survive and reconnect with one another.

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NIS America
Nippon Ichi Software
NIS America
Age rating
17+ Mature

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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 10/8.1/7
  • Processor: Core i3-2100 3.10 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics Family (HD 4000)
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Realtek High Definition Audio
  • OS: Windows 10/8.1/7
  • Processor: AMD A10-5800K APU with Radeon HD Graphics
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 560 Ti
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Realtek High Definition Audio
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Full Analysis at SHD-Survival Horror Downloads [www.shdownloads.com.ar] Yomawari: Midnight Shadows introduces us to two girls: Yui and Haru, who gathered during the evening to enjoy the fireworks of their people from a distant point. Once the show is over they decide to return to their homes by the path that led them to that point, but to their misfortune, a series of strange events on the path that crosses the forest raises suspicions that they are not alone and something rare is hidden in the shadows. The concern was not more or less wrong; Due to a chilling supernatural encounter they are separated to their fate with the night as the only witness of the horror that would haunt them. Midnight Shadows is quite similar to his previous delivery: Night Alone, so many aspects will be almost equal. Starting with its gameplay, simple and comfortable in equal doses. This time we will control two characters in an interlayer, each with their strengths and weaknesses. Therefore, at first we will embody Yui, who has no inventory or map, and then take the role of Haru, with whom we will spend most of the game. With it we will have to find a way to find Yui walking scenes disturbingly devoid of any other being more than the creatures that hover in the dark. Again we will have the possibility to collect objects, like stones or sheets of notebook, that we can use in our favor to distract the entities that we find and hide in the bushes until the threat is far enough. We will Also find coins to make offerings in the altars of the town and thus save the game. It Is Worth mentioning that Midnight Shadows introduces a series of perks to increase the attributes of our protagonist, like items to increase the energy, more space in the inventory, among others. Visually contains an already marked artistic direction that stands out highlighting a lot of personality, from the scenarios (somewhat recycled, yes) represented by solitary streets illuminated by a few light poles and the protagonists with their appearance Chibi, even the sinister enemies and bosses that will appear surprisingly, sometimes, when we least expect it. The Sound section performs very well with random ambient sounds and quite varied depending on where our character is stopped. Once again the musicalization shines by its absence and is completely in a very basic English. To be brief and concise, Yomawari: Midnight Shadows is more of the same in terms of technical section, but it is an adventure that can not pass those who have enjoyed Night Alone. The Good:-Very good design of scenarios and enemies-disturbing Atmosphere-wide Scenarios-Introduction of Perks-The Bad story:-Presents few changes with Night Alone-Few and simpletons Final Score puzzles: 8 altars found
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