Umineko When They Cry Hard Copy Emerges

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The hard copy version of Umineko When They Cry‘s English release has at last been made available for purchase, allowing those who prefer physical versions of their games an opportunity to pick up multiple copies for no reason – much like obsessed Japanese otaku.

The hardcopy will contain the first 4 chapters of Umineko, comes with a free Steam key and all the usual features such as both English and Japanese subtitles and the ability to switch between the original and new art-styles.

Umineko When They Cry revolves around Battler as he attends a relatively happy family reunion, with the game naturally taking a dark turn as a tragedy begins to unveil all the secrets surrounding his family, prompting him to go searching for the truth.

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Umineko When They Cry’s hard copy is available now.

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    • its a good, if not one of the best static VNs in my opinion. Even if you prefer to let the games gives you choices the story can hook you up. Characters and story are well written, music is great. The good thing and the at the same time bad thing are the conclusion parts in my opinion. Instead of letting it be in the fantastical they go down the realism road and explain everything (“because you choose to continou reading”). So splitting the 8 chapter up in 2×4 makes sense from this perspective. 5,6,7 and 8 are the conclusion that goes crazier and crazier until it crashes hard in (pretty banal) reality. But to be fair the “game” warns you multiple times. Only downside it’s not the in the grafic of the PS3 remake that is superior to this.