Arc System Works
Compatible with Nintendo™ Switch (SW)
No Region Protection / Bishoujo
World End Syndrome
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- Multiple endings based on your choices and actions throughout the game!
- Explore the town of Mihate while solving the Mystery of the Yomibito!
- Character designs by Yuki Kato, known for their work as an artist and designer for the BLAZBLUE series
- Scenario design by Tomio Kanazawa and music by Takashi Nitta!
- Multiple interesting and complicated characters to interact with. Discover all of their secrets!
World End Syndrome follows the story of a 17-year-old high school junior trying to escape his troubled past. After causing an accident resulting in his older sister’s death, he receives an invitation to transfer to Mihate High School. He takes it gratefully, hoping to start a new life and forget his past.
But Mihate Town is not the coastal paradise it appears to be. It is home to the legend of the Yomibito, where the dead come back to life every 100 years. Once resurrected, the Yomibito attack the living to regain their sanity, but the dead’s thirst is never quenched. This year happens to be 100 years since the last known incident…
As the protagonist navigates his new life with a colorful cast of new friends, a student at Mihate High suddenly dies. The murder sends shockwaves through the idyllic town as he finds himself caught in a string of strange incidents, romance, and unforgettable summer experiences…
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|Official Release Date||Jun 14, 2019|
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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-Good use of atmospheric tension
-Lots of choices
-5 romance options
-Get all 5 ed with the girls to uncover the truth
-diverse chars with good development
-Remembers which place you went
-You can't see where anyone is in the areas, so you have to go one by one to find the girl you are trying to get the ending for. Luckily, it remembers where you were/who you interacted with, even if you went to the title screen the second you interacted with the girl. This keeps you from trying to remember who is where, but it really is something that should have been there without having to check. It's a little tedious, but worth it to play the game.
Overall: I'm not joking when I say it only has one negative to me. It was easily one of the best VNs I ever played. Dark story with good comedic breaks/romance in between. Final score would be 4.5/5 but that isn't an option so I had to pick 4.
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