Omori Walkthrough Gameplay Guide: Part Twenty

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Omori Walkthrough Gameplay Guide Part Twenty
Omori Walkthrough Gameplay Guide Part Twenty

Part One Written Guide
Part Two Written Guide
Part Three Written Guide
Part Four Written Guide
Part Five Written Guide
Part Six Written Guide
Part Seven Written Guide
Part Eight Written Guide
Part Nine Written Guide
Part Ten Written Guide
Part Eleven Written Guide
Part Twelve Written Guide
Part Thirteen Written Guide
Part Fourteen Written Guide
Part Fifteen Written Guide
Part Sixteen Written Guide
Part Seventeen Written Guide
Part Eighteen Written Guide
Part Nineteen Written Guide
Part Twenty Written Guide
Part Twenty-One Written Guide
Part Twenty-Two Written Guide
Part Twenty-Three Written Guide
Part Twenty-Four Written Guide
Part Twenty-Five Written Guide
Part Twenty-Six Written Guide
Part Twenty-Seven Written Guide
Part Twenty-Eight Written Guide
Part Twenty-Nine Written Guide
Part Thirty Written Guide
Part Thirty-One Written Guide
Part Thirty-Two Written Guide
Part Thirty-Three Written Guide
Part Thirty-Four Written Guide
Part Thirty-Five Written Guide
Part Thirty-Six Written Guide
Part Thirty-Seven Written Guide
Part Thirty-Eight Written Guide
Part Thirty-Nine Written Guide
Part Forty Written Guide
Part Forty-One Written Guide
Part Forty-Two Written Guide
Part Forty-Three Written Guide
Part Forty-Four Written Guide
Part Forty-Five Written Guide
Part Forty-Six Written Guide
Part Forty-Seven Written Guide
Part Forty-Eight Written Guide
Part Forty-Nine Written Guide
Part Fifty Written Guide
Part Fifty-One Written Guide
Part Fifty-Two Written Guide

Part One Gameplay Video
Part Two Gameplay Video
Part Three Gameplay Video
Part Four Gameplay Video
Part Five Gameplay Video
Part Six Gameplay Video
Part Seven Gameplay Video
Part Eight Gameplay Video
Part Nine Gameplay Video
Part Ten Gameplay Video
Part Eleven Gameplay Video
Part Twelve Gameplay Video
Part Thirteen Gameplay Video
Part Fourteen Gameplay Video
Part Fifteen Gameplay Video
Part Sixteen Gameplay Video

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Now that we know that Kel isn’t a ghost (or is he? We don’t even know with the way this game just throws things in your face), he convinces us that we need to go to a store named Hobbeez.

Omori Video Game Kel Let Go To Hobbeez 001

There’s also a convenient picnic basket right outside of Sunny’s house. (We’ll just call him Sunny because it’s the default name, even though we’ve renamed the boy in our file “Jason”).

Omori Video Game Kel Do Not Walk In The Street 002

If you try stepping out into the street, Kel will tell you it’s too dangerous.

Omori Video Game Kel Hold Up Jason 003

Omori Video Game Kel Place 004

If you try to enter Kel’s house, you’ll notice he doesn’t want you in there. Is he hiding something? We’ll have to see.

Omori Video Game There Is No Reponse 005

Unlike other JRPGs, where you can just waltz into other people’s houses, a lot of them are locked.

Omori Video Game Walking On The Street 006

Omori Video Game Jason Town Plaza Hobbeez 007

You’ll come out to a street where, no matter where you go, Kel will tell you it isn’t the time. He’s in a hurry to get to Hobbeez. You might as well just do as he says.

Omori Video Game Out Of The Way Nerds 008

However, if you try to go left at the bottom of the street, you’ll see a gang of child bikers roll by. Who could they be?

Omori Video Game Faraway Park 009

Once you finally get over Kel’s insistence on going NOrth, you run into Faraway park. You can enter the park, and Kel won’t have any issues with it. Okay? You were in a hurry to get to Hobbeez; why not bother us about exploring a park?

Omori Video Game Exploring Faraway Park 010

Especially a park with a lot of hobos living in it. Pick up the trash; you’re going to need it for some pocket change.

Omori Video Game Faraway Park Trash 0

When you’re walking through the real-life park, you’ll see something interesting. You’ll see some of the creatures from Berly’s playground hanging around, but if you approach them…

Omori Video Game Faraway Park Playing 012

…they disappear. I wonder if Sunny is starting to lose his connection to the dream world? We’ll have to see.

Omori Video Game Faraway Park Reduce Reuse Recycle Recycultist 013

Omori Video Game Faraway Park Old Lady 014

There’s nothing much else you can get from the park (at this point) except for a bunch of people who are really into recycling. This sounds similar to what you experienced in the Otherworld. Maybe it’s the Otherworld because Sunny sees anything outside as a completely different world? Whoa, we just blew our own minds.

Omori Video Game You Got Trash 015

When you get to the plaza, don’t go into Hobbeez yet (despite Kel’s insistence to do so). Walk around the plaza area and collect trash. Turn it in for money. You’re going to need it when you eventually get into the big market in the middle.

Omori Video Game Hobbeez Gino Marketplace 016

Before you walk into Hobbeez, take a look at what’s standing up top. Is it a cardboard cutout or the Captain Spaceboy? It looks like a cardboard cutout to us, but we also saw some of Berley’s playground’s creatures at Faraway Park, so, you never know what we’ll see once we go inside.

To the next part; Omori Walkthrough Gameplay Guide: Part Twenty-One


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