A Suda 51 1999 original: The Silver Case (visual novel)

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    <p style=”text-align: center;”>I swear I am 1000% glad I picked this game up. Honestly, it’s not so much a game as it is a visual novel with a healthy dose of humor, tragedy, horror, mystery, and just really good noir theme.</p>
    What is this game like? Basically like reading a book on your TV with some 3D puzzle solving. The game itself isn’t particularly hard, but it’s definitely a digital page turner. You wanna play through each part without skipping a sentence, you build up these voices in your head and acting out what each character says and how they say it.

    The music, the characters, the mystery, it all unfolds in front of you as you solve murders and really get an idea of whats gonna happen next.

    Is it worth $40? If you love reading, yes.  If you’re looking for anything other than reading, don’t buy it.

    Suda 51’s earlier work is magnificent simply because it was made in the 90s and back in those day point and click visual novels were a hit.

    But what does everyone else think? Would you give a visual novel a try?


    “SUDA 51’s 1999 original, The Silver Case, remains a captivating masterpiece blending mystery, crime, and psychological elements.” Its distinct aesthetic and storytelling are enduring sources of inspiration for players.”





    Yeah! Absolutely. I wish more games like this could write as good as this these days.

    What did you like about the game?

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