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  1. Apr 23, 2018
    80
    Goichi Suda and Grasshopper studios are back with a weird and original adventure. The atmosphere is concrete in The 25th Ward, in an enjoyable way. The problem is that this is a more a visual novel that a videogame, and we are more spectators than players. However, the originality of the plot and the style, makes the game worth it for those non-mainstream players.
User Score
8.5

Generally favorable reviews- based on 22 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 19 out of 22
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  3. Negative: 3 out of 22
  1. Nov 2, 2019
    9
    Honestly, this is what happens when Suda51 takes The Silver Case's setting and goes full political fiction.

    It's an over-the-top, but very
    Honestly, this is what happens when Suda51 takes The Silver Case's setting and goes full political fiction.

    It's an over-the-top, but very intelligent take on a very strict society full of rules, trying to create an utopia. Even though the interaction may be VERY tiring sometimes, the writing, art and soundtrack is worth it. And it's a visual novel: the interaction won't be very present.

    It's one of my favorite VNs. Anyone interested in Suda's Kill The Past series, political fiction and such should take a look!
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  2. Nov 30, 2019
    0
    The sequel to The Silver Case delivers even more with an insane story but incredible presentation and style. You will end up knowing less thanThe sequel to The Silver Case delivers even more with an insane story but incredible presentation and style. You will end up knowing less than you already know, but will also end up going through another satisfying adventure full of meaning Full Review »
  3. Nov 19, 2019
    10
    The sequel of the already fantastic Silver Case delivers even more with an even more cryptic story, but an even more flawless execution. ThisThe sequel of the already fantastic Silver Case delivers even more with an even more cryptic story, but an even more flawless execution. This is the pinnacle of style by Suda51. Full Review »