“Oh, you can’t help that. Most everyone’s mad here.”.
It’s been a long journey for Omori — the first video game from OMOCAT — on its way to the land of Nintendo. After a successful Kickstarter campaign all the way back in 2014, the game was originally slated for release on the 3DS, though this was later cancelled as development wore on and Nintendo’s old handheld fell out of favor. After numerous production issues — including a complete engine change and total overhaul of the visual style — Omori has finally arrived on the Switch and we’re happy to report that it was well worth the wait.
The narrative of Omori is by far the biggest draw of the experience, but it’s also the sort of thing that is difficult to discuss too much without giving away critical elements. You play the titular role of Omori, a young, colorless boy who lives in a blank, infinite hellscape called White Space. Sometimes there’s a door in White Space, and if you go through this door, you can visit a strange, dreamlike world where you can play with and go on adventures with your gaggle of close friends.
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