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A teenage girl named Mika meets a mysterious person on her way home, who warns her of horrifying events that are about to happen to her and her friends. More strange events are happening this evening: a cancelled meeting, a boy who seems to have followed her - but the next day, she almost forgets it... until she hears on the news that her schoolmate Kyoko was killed in a truck accident. Now Mika must find out what is truly happening around her. And so does Ryo, Kyoko's brother, who has been seeing strange dreams lately...

A spin-off of the Twilight Syndrome series, Moonlight Syndrome has a similarly text-heavy, low-interaction, linear gameplay with dialogue and/or action choices, which would sometimes influence the course of the narrative. Like Twilight Syndrome games (and unlike most Japanese-style adventure games), Moonlight Syndrome has physical character navigation in limited 3D areas. Some scenes - such as most full-screen dialogue portraits, etc. - are depicted as pre-rendered images. The player controls different characters, starting with Mika, then switching to Ryo; most of the gameplay consists of walking/running to the next screen, triggering the next dialogue/scene. There is no other interactivity in the game, and no items.


Moonlight Syndrome PlayStation The intro is full of English words... I guess it's fashionable in Japan
Moonlight Syndrome PlayStation Kid, when you grow up, change your hair color!..
Moonlight Syndrome PlayStation Title screen
Moonlight Syndrome PlayStation Mika will display this pose if you leave her alone for a while... :)

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Unicorn Lynx (181640) added Moonlight Syndrome (PlayStation) on Dec 14, 2010