What is Tokyo Dark about?
Detective Ito`s partner is missing, but what starts as a straightforward case soon spirals into a twisted nightmare that causes Ito to confront her past and question her own sanity.
Tokyo Dark places the narrative in your hands. Your decisions and actions change Detective Itos state of mind, opening doors to different possibilities as you attempt to find your partner and understand the dark and horrifying world around you.
The S.P.I.N (Sanity, Professionalism, Investigation, Neurosis) system keeps track of every decision you make, changing how other characters react and the actions available to you.
A deliciously dark delve into the world beneath Tokyo, that will leave you questioning each and every decision.
A branching narrative that delivers 11 exciting endings.
A NewGame+ mode that positions you at the fork of each of Tokyo Darks 11 endings.
Beautifully animated sequences produced by Graphinica - a world class anime studio.
The exploration, discovery and puzzle solving found in Point and Click Adventures married with narrative depth and intrigue of visual novels.
Original soundtrack by Reign of Fury front man Matt `Bison` Steed.
Since Sidescrolling Adventure is not one of my favorite genres, I was very sceptical at first whether I would actually play the game until the end. But the story about detective Ito and her partner's disappearance is very captivating and constantly motivating to keep playing. The 11 possible ends, the different decision possibilities and their effects on the mental health of the protagonist are largely sophisticated and give the player the feeling that they actually have an influence on the course of the story. The graphics and the musical background are well done and match the individual locations and plot lines of the story. There are only a few bugs and the menu that takes getting used to. Conclusion: A sidescroller with a nice, dark story, an anime style graphic that is worth playing again