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The Song of Saya

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Available on:PCAug 12, 2019

Developer: Nitroplus

Publisher: JAST USA

Genre: Interactive Story

STORY Rot. Decay. A wasteland of twisted, pulsing flesh. Sakisaka Fuminori survives a terrible accident only to find himself trapped in a nightmare with no escape. His friends offer him comfort and support, but their warmth cannot reach his frozen soul. Then he meets a mysterious girl named Saya, and little by little, his madness begins to infect the world. ABOUT THIS GAME From developer Nitroplus (Steins;Gate, SoniComi) and acclaimed writer Urobuchi Gen (Fate/Zero, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Psycho-Pass) comes one of the greatest visual novels ever published, Saya no Uta ~ The Song of Saya. This multimedia adventure puts you in a gripping horror romance that asks how far you are willing to go for love. Features beautiful artwork, haunting music, and a story that you'll never forget.

The Song of Saya Reviews

This, right here, is what we should be referencing back to when we talk about the artistic potential and merit of video games.

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I had put off reading The Song of Saya for years and I can safely say I was missing out one the most thought-provoking and well-written visual novels of all time. This is one of the most gory and violent games out there, but none of this is done for shock value, it all has a point. I know some of the more extreme elements here such as cannibalism and rape will turn off many readers, but for those willing to take the plunge you will find something much deeper here. This is a very short visual novel clocking in at around 6 hours, but it is worth every penny of the $19.99 asking price. In fact I am very tempted to order the Limited Physical Edition over on JList for $24.99 + shipping just have to a physical copy and the amazing soundtrack. If you’ve not read this one and can get past its very disturbing aspects, you find a one of kind experience that will leave you with the question – how far would you go for love?

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