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AI: The Somnium Files

In a near-future Tokyo, detective Kaname Date is on the case of a mysterious serial killer. Date must investigate crime scenes as well as dreams on the hunt for clues. From the mind of Kotaro Uchikoshi (Zero Escape series director), with character design by the Yusuke Kozaki (NO MORE HEROES, Fire Emblem series), a thrilling neo-noir detective adventure is about to unfold. STORY One rainy night in November, a woman's body is found at an abandoned theme park, mounted on a merry-go-round horse. She had been stabbed repeatedly, and her left eye was gouged out. Kaname Date of the Metropolitan Police Department arrives on the scene. He recognizes the woman. Suddenly, he hears a noise from inside the merry-go-round. He breaks into the merry-go-round's central column to find a young girl. And in her hands, she grips a bloody ice pick...
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Play fully blind.
Click everything.
Laugh and cry.
That's all you need.

Review from Steam

THIS IS GETTING A SEQUEL LETS GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Review from Steam

Spike Chunsoft has absolutely hit their stride with this title. Having played 999/VLR/ZTD, I found myself enjoying those games, but there were parts of the characters motivations and characterization that always bothered me a little. Something felt forced or didn't seem to really work well with what the character was like previously, or information was intentionally obfuscated. Somnium files, however, suffered little, if at all from those issues. The characters were believable and I genuinely cared about almost every last (not you Ota) one of them and cared about what would happen to them. They felt alive, believable and their motivations always seemed to make sense, even if it took a little while for all of the pieces of the puzzle to align.
On a similar note, the story aspect in and of itself was excellently executed. The game is not too long, the story really knows when to be light and when to be heavy, and almost all the dialogue, even stuff that seems just for flavour at first, becomes relevant in some fashion during the investigation.
The game, to me, is almost a 10/10. There are of course a few issues here and there, but I'd gladly go through it all again if I could forget the story. The only reason it is not a true 10/10 is because Aiba is not real and it breaks my heart that my wAIfu is not real :^) (It truly does.)

Review from Steam

you have to stop illuminati from interrupting your minecraft letsplay with the power of dance
i recommend

Review from Steam

She wasn't lying, that somnium can files

Review from Steam

the amount of sexual harassment in this game is the true crime

Review from Steam

i opened this game for the first time and went into a fugue state lasting five consecutive days. i've barely slept. im trap;ped inside kaname date's hole and i've become lost in his sauce. kiritsugu emiya was there.