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The Eden of Grisaia

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The Eden of Grisaia is an Adventure, Anime, Action, Visual Novel, and Single-player video game developed by Frontwing for PC. The game serves as the sequel to The Labyrinth of Grisaia. The storyline continues where the previous title left off. The plot follows the protagonist who thought that life at the academy would never change… read more
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1. Spirit Hunter: Death Mark

Spirit Hunter: Death Mark is an Action-Adventure, Visual Novel, Horror-Survival, and Single-player video game developed by Experience for multiple platforms. Throughout the gameplay, the player takes on the role of a protagonist named Kazuo Yashiki, who has to examine different areas to complete a chapter. Each chapter requires the player to eliminate a spirit and make progress.

The player has a default scar called the Mark, which allows him to contact ghosts and will lead to a perfect end. While going up against NPCs, the player sees the surroundings from a first-person viewpoint. The player can interact with any NPC who seems to be suspicious. The game has a series of levels where the player’s strategy will matter.

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The Eden of Grisaia is an Adventure, Anime, Action, Visual Novel, and Single-player video game developed by Frontwing for PC. The game serves as the sequel to The Labyrinth of Grisaia. The storyline continues where the previous title left off.

The plot follows the protagonist who thought that life at the academy would never change. However, everyone moved forward in the same direction, matching step for step. Before the protagonist knew it, he started to surrender to that illusion. So, he believed that he would be only the one who arrives at the same place if he started down the same path as everyone else.

The game introduces an impressive cast of anime characters, and it lets the player choose his favorite one to explore its background story with the twist of choices. Similar to other Visual Novel games, the player spends the most time in reading dialogues between characters and the remaining time in deciding to advance the storyline. There are multiple endings available, and each depends on the actions or choices made by the player through the game.

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