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A murder mystery visual novel by sakevisual.

A teenager with the ability to relive the death of any corpse he touches finds himself tangled in another murder case when the owner of a high profile corporation dies under mysterious circumstances. This time, however, he's forced to team up with a group of kids with abilities as strange as his own. Unfortunately, these new team mates might be more dangerous than the killer they're hunting.

Everyone has something to hide, and the past never stays hidden for long. Interrogate suspects, explore the house of the wealthy deceased, and unearth the secrets of others while you try to keep your own hidden.

Genre: Supernatural, mystery, anime
Gameplay: Visual novel, adventure game
Content: Contains depictions of crime scenes and some blood

Art: M. Beatriz Garcia
Writing: Ayu Sakata
Music: Marc Conrad Tabula

Voice Cast
Mikolaj Gurski: Chris Niosi
Naoki Mizutani: Micah Solusod
Aki Mizutani: Apphia Yu
Li Mei: Cherami Leigh
Kevin Nealy: Zach Holzman
Sophia Millerson: Karen Hayman
Liam Auten: Matt Alan
Marissa Klein: Melissa Johnson b4d347fde0



Title: Kansei
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Developer:
sakevisual
Publisher:
sakevisual
Release Date: 14 Sep, 2018



English



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KANSEI is a direct sequel to JISEI, so if you haven't played that game first, you'll probably want to, as it references events and characters from the previous game. If JISEI was like a prequel, KANSEI is where the story really begins, and it's a game I feel you really need to play with the first one in order to get an idea as to whether or not this series will be one for you.

This time around, you're tagging along with the characters you met in JISEI as they go to report to their client - William Auten himself, the chairman of Auten Engineering. There, you stumble into yet another murder investigation, though fortunately this time you're not a suspect. During your investigation, you'll also pick up tidbits about the mysterious main character's past, like his name and a bit of his history, as well as clues about the experiments Auten Engineering was running in the past and their connection to events in the present. You'll also meet the fan favourite Li Mei, who is possibly even more of a mystery than our protagonist.

KANSEI improves a lot on what was already good in JISEI. Now when you click examine, the main character, nicknamed Kangai, doesn't just tell you what he observes. The game relies on you to do the observing for<\/i> him, by clicking on the various objects around the room and reading what he has to say about them. This isn't just a feature for fun, either - some of the items you click on will unlock new pieces of dialogue or lead you to clues that help you solve the case.

Something else KANSEI has improved on is the branching routes that visual novels are famous for. Now instead of only having the true route and a dead end route, there are actually four endings - two regular, one a dead end, and one the true end - which are necessary for unlocking the Epilogue. Endings are determined by the choices you make, and choosing to trust - or not trust - certain characters can change the route you're on. You'll find that completing all of the endings, and replaying the game to select different choices, is necessary in order to learn everything you can from the game about the series larger mystery.

The voice acting also steps up a bit this game, as you can tell the voice actors are getting more comfortable in their roles as the recurring characters. But if you prefer to read on your own, you still have the option of turning the voices off, or just turning them off for specific characters, just like in JISEI.

If you enjoyed the last game, and you love mystery stories with a psychic twist and a great sense of humor to lighten the mood, this game is definitely one you should try. The JISEI series only gets better with each installment!. Unlike in Jisei, it's not a detective game where you can solve the puzzle and catch the murderer if you paid attention to clues. It's more of an achievement-finding game where you have to perform somewhat arbitrary actions to get all achievements and you can't (I mean it's literally impossible) get to the "true end" on the first run.

To me the detective part of the game is broken, which is why I can't recommend it. However I'm still going to continue the series because I find the characters and their backstory interesting, and because I liked the first game.

(unspecific spoilers below to show how broken the detective part is)

- You can't get to the deduction scene if you don't pick the right dialogue option at some point, which is fair enough, but if that happens (as it did to me on my first run) the murderer escapes and the game just tells you who it was. In the first game, if you got it wrong, the case was handed to the police which allowed retries; here you are denied even trying if you pick a dialogue option that can seem inconsequential,
- If you do get to the deduction scene and correctly guess what happened it's still considered a bad end,
- According to the solution (it didn't work for me for some reason), to arrive at the "true end" you have:
1) to get some information about something unrelated to the murder at the beginning of the game,
2) to focus on that thread and ignore the murder,
3) to do some stuff that result in an ending where you don't catch the murderer,
4) to do the same thing you did to get the ending in (3) but now you catch the murderer in the act, which is the "true end".
Basically there are two things you can investigate (one of which is the murder) and you have to pick one; if you pick the murder you can't get the "true end" or any real ending at all, and you can't know how important the other thing is which makes it an unreasonable choice to pick.. KANSEI is a direct sequel to JISEI, so if you haven't played that game first, you'll probably want to, as it references events and characters from the previous game. If JISEI was like a prequel, KANSEI is where the story really begins, and it's a game I feel you really need to play with the first one in order to get an idea as to whether or not this series will be one for you.

This time around, you're tagging along with the characters you met in JISEI as they go to report to their client - William Auten himself, the chairman of Auten Engineering. There, you stumble into yet another murder investigation, though fortunately this time you're not a suspect. During your investigation, you'll also pick up tidbits about the mysterious main character's past, like his name and a bit of his history, as well as clues about the experiments Auten Engineering was running in the past and their connection to events in the present. You'll also meet the fan favourite Li Mei, who is possibly even more of a mystery than our protagonist.

KANSEI improves a lot on what was already good in JISEI. Now when you click examine, the main character, nicknamed Kangai, doesn't just tell you what he observes. The game relies on you to do the observing for<\/i> him, by clicking on the various objects around the room and reading what he has to say about them. This isn't just a feature for fun, either - some of the items you click on will unlock new pieces of dialogue or lead you to clues that help you solve the case.

Something else KANSEI has improved on is the branching routes that visual novels are famous for. Now instead of only having the true route and a dead end route, there are actually four endings - two regular, one a dead end, and one the true end - which are necessary for unlocking the Epilogue. Endings are determined by the choices you make, and choosing to trust - or not trust - certain characters can change the route you're on. You'll find that completing all of the endings, and replaying the game to select different choices, is necessary in order to learn everything you can from the game about the series larger mystery.

The voice acting also steps up a bit this game, as you can tell the voice actors are getting more comfortable in their roles as the recurring characters. But if you prefer to read on your own, you still have the option of turning the voices off, or just turning them off for specific characters, just like in JISEI.

If you enjoyed the last game, and you love mystery stories with a psychic twist and a great sense of humor to lighten the mood, this game is definitely one you should try. The JISEI series only gets better with each installment!. Unlike in Jisei, it's not a detective game where you can solve the puzzle and catch the murderer if you paid attention to clues. It's more of an achievement-finding game where you have to perform somewhat arbitrary actions to get all achievements and you can't (I mean it's literally impossible) get to the "true end" on the first run.

To me the detective part of the game is broken, which is why I can't recommend it. However I'm still going to continue the series because I find the characters and their backstory interesting, and because I liked the first game.

(unspecific spoilers below to show how broken the detective part is)

- You can't get to the deduction scene if you don't pick the right dialogue option at some point, which is fair enough, but if that happens (as it did to me on my first run) the murderer escapes and the game just tells you who it was. In the first game, if you got it wrong, the case was handed to the police which allowed retries; here you are denied even trying if you pick a dialogue option that can seem inconsequential,
- If you do get to the deduction scene and correctly guess what happened it's still considered a bad end,
- According to the solution (it didn't work for me for some reason), to arrive at the "true end" you have:
1) to get some information about something unrelated to the murder at the beginning of the game,
2) to focus on that thread and ignore the murder,
3) to do some stuff that result in an ending where you don't catch the murderer,
4) to do the same thing you did to get the ending in (3) but now you catch the murderer in the act, which is the "true end".
Basically there are two things you can investigate (one of which is the murder) and you have to pick one; if you pick the murder you can't get the "true end" or any real ending at all, and you can't know how important the other thing is which makes it an unreasonable choice to pick.



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