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If you wish for something really hard, Lariat the Witch might appear and offer to make your wish come true if you win a game of trivia, but if you lose, something bad might happen instead. How many lives will your ignorance ruin?
Majotori is a game about answering trivia questions from different categories. The game offers besides a simple 'answer questions' mode, to which I will say something separately. The questions come from the categories 'Film&Television', 'Anime&Manga',...
'Video Games' and 'Other Questions'. So you can assume that the game is more aimed at young people and young adults, since most questions of the game come from the media, but you can also set in the settings how often questions from a category should appear if you have difficulties with a certain topic. In a round 9 questions are always asked, where you can choose the answer from 4 predefined possibilities. After you answer the questions, fate decides whether you win the round. This principle comes from the story mode, but has also been included in the pure question mode. In story mode you take on the role of different people who all have one thing in common: You have a problem or a wish. This problem can range from a burning house to the desire to be a princess. When you take on the role of a person, you are first introduced to the character through very beautifully drawn sequences. Then you see the witch Lariat, who can fulfill your wishes. However, she only does this when you answer her questions. There are positive and negative ends for every character in the story. In addition, some people's stories can be continued more often, so that they are accompanied throughout their lives. The story sections and the questions are, in my opinion, very entertaining and contain really every level of difficulty. All in all you can say that Majotori is a nice game for in between and gets my clear buy recommendation for 6€!
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