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Doki Doki Literature Club Plus! review
by BoJack Horseman

Just Monika.

Doki Doki Literature Club is one of my favourite video games to ever come out, ever.

Without spoilers the first two hours of this video game start off as a cutesy, fun visual novel but it swiftly turns straight into psychological horror with a bittersweet, wonderful ending. The graphics are beautiful, the premise (which I won't spoil) is a phenomenal social commentary. My favourite scene is, without spoiling, The Confession (you know if you've played), the detail in that one particular scene's animation is stunning, like I was really impressed by it.

Anyway, this version adds extra features, usually with the help of an in-game virtual machine that not only fills the roles of the section where you have to tamper with the game's files (because you can't do that on console and the original version was on pc!) but also adds extra features like Side Stories, extra music etc. There are also more detailed descriptions of what you are getting into, which is helpful for the many who might find the content in this game traumatic, because it is highly disturbing, as well as the ability to turn on a "Content Warning" feature in the Settings.

I also think it's important that this game got a age rating, because as PEGI says, this game contains "Extreme Violence" and "Strong Language".

Just play it for yourself.
«Blew my mind»
«That ending!»
«Beaten more than once»
«OST on repeat»