For the last few years Kangai has been a wanderer, but his return to his hometown has triggered a series of deaths linked to his past. With a bit of less...
For the past few years, Kangai has been a wanderer, but his return to his hometown has triggered a series of deaths linked to his past. He joins a group of psychic teenagers who solve mysteries under the watchful eye of the government. In Yousei, he and his group are sent undercover to a local university where they must dig up the remains of a top secret experiment. Upon arrival, they discover the project lead missing, and an old acquaintance racing them for the same information.
Hey, cool people! If the post title hasn't already given it away, sakevisual's Yousei is going to be released on Desura! It's a visual novel with murder, psychic powers, and extraneous glasses wearing! It's also got some sweet anime-styled artwork, original music, and professional voice acting.
Yousei's the third visual novel in the Jisei series, but if you haven't played the first two, worry not. You can learn about them here!
For the last few years Kangai has been a wanderer, but his return to his hometown has triggered a series of deaths linked to his past. With a bit of less than gentle prodding, he joins a group of psychic teenagers who solve mysteries under the watchful eye of the government. The group goes undercover at a local university to investigate Kangai's history, but the sudden death of a professor sets them on a new course racing an old enemy for valuable information.
Take control of Kangai as you explore the campus, interrogate suspects, and unearth together the secrets behind the lies. Can you catch the murderer, or will the murderer catch you?
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@Love_In_Space That looks incredibly cool.
59mins 2secs ago
We received more than 500 auditions, so I apologize, but I will not be able to inform you if you are not cast.
14hours 46mins ago
Wow! A huge thanks to everyone who tried out. You guys sound fantastic!
14hours 51mins ago
RT @tooaya: "tomorrow is a John day hehe"
Dec 3 2013, 10:48pm
@tooaya Last time I surveyed, about 1/3 of the responders preferred a faceless heroine so they could imagine being her.
Dec 3 2013, 4:21pm
@tooaya It depends on the player's motivations. A lot of people prefer the faceless "self-insert" without a defined personality.
Dec 3 2013, 4:18pm
I know some people prefer self-insert type games, and that's totally fine. It's just not the type of game that I write.
Dec 3 2013, 3:54pm
Hopefully this doesn't come as a shock, but I treat Sian the same way I treat Kangai: As a complete character.
Dec 3 2013, 3:54pm
T.co - Short Q&R Monday with questions about game engines and more Backstage Pass.
Dec 2 2013, 3:35pm