OMORI

OMORI

released on Dec 25, 2020

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OMORI

released on Dec 25, 2020

A turn-based surreal horror RPG in which a child traverses various mundane, quirky, humourous, mysterious and horrific lands with his friends in search of a missing person while confronting his past and his fears. Explore a strange world full of colorful friends and foes. When the time comes, the path you’ve chosen will determine your fate... and perhaps the fate of others as well.


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Great story and presentation, but the combat gets pretty dull and repetitive. I found one strategy that worked a few hours in and never needed to deviate from it, which made battles get very stale. Plus the story is split into two different types, one of which I found dramatically less interesting.


i disliked the travel system and the pacing quite a bit but Omori is still a favorite of mine.


the art and creatively empathetic writing make this a very special game that, unfortunately, has some pedophilic undertones


read a review on here that said this game is for "sissy emos". natually, i knew i had to play it immediately. it turned out to be the best game i've ever played. thank you to the person who wrote the above-mentioned review, you changed my life forever <3


Simplesmente incrível, joguei sei saber de nada e me surpreendi, recomendo quem for jogar de olhar o mínimo possível sobre.