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Thursday, January 11th 2018, 4:33am

Doki Doki Literature Club

It's on Steam, it's free, it's a visual novel, get it and play it. It's not at all what it seems to be, it's cute and fun for about 2 hours then it's a sea of "WTF!"s and "OMG!"s.
This warning says it all: "This game is not suitable for children or those who are easily disturbed." It's categorized as a psychological horror.

It's actually really cleverly done.
It breaks the 4th wall very heavily in the later stages, and has this method of drawing you in to one expectation then going way off the grid. It also gets very meta at one point, and as the game progresses it literally breaks itself. Literally. When you get to the end the only way to replay it is to reinstall it. At the risk of spoiling it, I'll say no more than that.

It's well worth the price of $0. I ended up buying the fan pack for $10 just to support the dev, I like the way he thinks outside the box and am looking forward to anything he makes in the future.
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Sunday, January 21st 2018, 8:14am

A friend recommended this game to me. I've been playing it every now and then but the fact that I do way too much reading really bothers me.

Actually, what bothers me is that the dev didn't change the player's inner monologue and individual character text boxes into different colors. I know that it's free, but these really bugged me.