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Magical Eyes – Red is for Anguish

Rating Summary

Based on 5 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

40%

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Game Information

Available on:PCMar 30, 2016

Developer: Pomera Studios

Publisher: Fruitbat Factory

Genre: Interactive Story

In the middle of the night on a certain day of April 201X, the left arm of the owner of a general store is chopped off in the backyard of his own store. Even though he claims that the perpetrator is a 'doll' that was kept in the store, his words carry little weight due to the lack of other witnesses. The doll and the detached arm are gone from the scene of crime.

“Just as a light too bright may burn out one's retinas, too much of any good thing can be toxic to humans. Even should it have the invisible form of one's emotions.” This is a mystery story about bizarre incidents unfolding around the town, intermingled with a complicated mixture of human intentions.

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COGconnected

70 / 100
COGconnected

_____________________________ “Yes the characters are unique in their own ways, but what will really grab your attention are the plot concepts and the themes that develop between the existence between the supernatural and every day life.

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RPG Fan

65%
Robert Fenner

Magical Eyes isn't the worst visual novel on Steam by far, but there's plenty more out there that are more deserving of your time.

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Hardcore Gamer

4 / 5.0
Hardcore Gamer

There’s so much that Magical Eyes – Red is for Anguish gets right that it can be easy to overlook its shortcomings.

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GameGrin

TheSphericalCat
7 / 10.0
GameGrin

I really enjoyed what the game had to show me in the end, and I’d highly recommend it if you can get past the slightly odd writing style and enjoy the medium. There is a lot of content for what you pay, and it’s worth it as a stand-alone episode.

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