Raging Loop

Raging Loop

released on Dec 03, 2015

Raging Loop

released on Dec 03, 2015

Immerse yourself in a thrilling psychological horror visual novel taking place in the secluded Japanese village of Yasumizu. A heavy fog surrounds the village, preventing everyone from ever leaving. Ancient Gods have come back to hunt the villagers down one by one. The Feast has begun, can you escape the village alive?


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What a wild ride. It sure took it's time for 3 hours of introduction but when the game started it hits you with detailed concepts of folklore and forms a werewolf/mafia game out of that. The humor is pretty straightforward for a VN but manages to entertain. Also I love the protagonist and related to him a lot. Mystery was intriguing too. Builds the tension with the mysteries in the right way, up until the last keys. The game's pace became so slow that my sister and I were about to abandon the game. We mustered up our last remaining patience and beat the game. Ending is satisfying though, can't really complain. If you like time loops and/or mafia/werewolf, you're probably gonna like it.

most of the game is really interesting, the ending is pretty meh

Fuck me for playing this one, I guess. The bulk of the game is better than my two star rating would imply, but the combination of a momentum halting, seemingly endless exposition dump at the climax of the story combined with sudden-onset-stupid-Japanese-wordplay made this one a chore to finish. I was just happy by the time it was finally over.

There's various plot twists, all of them dumb, but if taken at face value and contained to just the first three routes, Raging Loop is not the worst game in the world.

Put that on the box, please.

Very fun Visual Novel. The plot has a lot of problems but it's still charming and keeps your attention.

Haruaki is extremely funny