Your Turn to Die: Death Game by Majority

released on Aug 28, 2017

Your Turn To Die: Death Game By Majority is a multi-ending horror adventure game. Your decision will directly affect the story and final outcome!

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ABSOLUTELY IN LOVE I LOVE THIS GAME SO MUCH PLEASE EVERYONE GO PLAY IT, IT'S FREE ON BROWER. Deaths in this game (hello joe) left me scarred and I needed to take breaks to cope, characters felt realistic and interesting. Puzzles are fun and not too difficult for the average league player, looking forward to the finale chapter!

the game isnt finished yet, but i really enjoy this game. its fun and I love escape puzzle games :D hopefully the next part is out soon

YTTD is an intense, well written and wild experience that i encourage everyone to play (after a couple trigger warning checks)

One of my favorite death game scenario games in general, the stylistics art direction is good, the music is fitting, the cast is (mostly) good some way better than others with some just being the embodiment of mid (Gin), story is good too even with the eyebrow raising conclusion of Chapter 2 part B. Only problem is the weird obsession w/ the fanbase and not being able to praise it without saying it's better than Danganronpa, because as you know Danganronpa invented the death game genre.

Replayed thanks to the Steam release, I'm not sure if I should review it now since it's not actually complete yet, but oh well.
Your Turn To Die is up there for one of the most unsettling experiences I've ever had playing a video game, if not the most.
I found myself getting reattached to all the characters I had nearly forgotten after so long, even knowing what would happen to a good amount of them. I could still get emotional over certain deaths, certain reveals, things like that. It helps that I could still find new things in my replay, due to the game having different routes to choose from at multiple points.
I don't want to go into detail over too much because I don't want to have to put a spoiler warning on this. The only complaints I have are a few bugs regarding the steam release, mainly that it is (as far as I've tried) impossible to exit out of full screen once you're in it, and a couple tracks on the OST that tended to kill the mood a bit. "Major Panic" was pretty rough on the ears, which absolutely did not help the situations it was used in, and "Rampage A" being literal kahoot music.
i still stand by my old review, Gin Ibushi is peak character writing i cry fo rhim ,,