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Omori might look cute from the outside (and it is cute on the inside), but there’s a reason why it is listed as a psychological-horror game. Omori is not for the faint of heart, but not because it’s filled with jump scares, but because the tension and suspense players feel when they’re playing the game rivals some of the best horror we’ve seen in a top-down pixel game.
Is Omori Really That Scary?
Everyone experiences fear differently. Some were terrified by games like Five Nights at Freddy’s or the Amnesia series, while others had an absolute blast at no expense to their underwear. The same is said for Omori. The suspense and themes might affect people differently.
Does Omori Have Jump Scares?
Omori has a couple of traditional sudden shockers, but it doesn’t rely on cheap jump scares to tell a good horror story. The game will leave players tense, and that tension could unravel in some scenes. However, you don’t need to worry about your heart rate rising too much when playing Omori.
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