Omori’s ending is brutal, but its characters and humour put some heart behind the horror.
What is it? A turn-based RPG that combines a cute adventure with a creepy uneasiness (emphasis on the creepy).
Expect to pay £15 / $20
Reviewed on AMD Ryzen 5 3600, AMD RX 5700 XT, 16GB RAM
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There’s a weird reputation surrounding games made in RPGmaker. The game engine is known for spawning a mix of your basic clunky demakes of classic RPGs and cult horror hits like Yume Nikki, Lisa: The Painful, Mad Father, and The Witch’s House—games that surfaced on the fringes of game forums and quietly received overwhelmingly positive reviews on Steam.