Okayu Yomawari 1/2
Okayu's never really seen anything about this game before, but she likes the cute art style. She's not sure exactly how long she'll play today, or how many sessions it will be, but she thinks she'll just go for as long as she feels like going. She ends up beating the game in about 5 hours. She's curious about the remaining collectables, so she might go grab them on her own time. She's also curious about the second game, but says it might be a bit, depending on how long it might take to get permissions for it.
The game scared Okayu a lot more than she thought it would. Despite its cute art, there were some really frightening moments, but that cuteness also allowed her to fight against her fear. Still, the one that got her most was the truck right in the beginning. In fact, it was the art that got her interested, but the game completely sucked her in right from that moment. She was originally thinking of dividing the game into two streams, but she didn't want to put it down after that. Still, it's strange that there was a truck there when that road just leads to the shrine. Actually, the whole town's strange with the monsters, murders, and children going missing everywhere.
Cup ramen! Make sure you don't wait too long before eating it!
>Why Okayu doesn't forbid spoilers
Okayu knows that everybody has a different idea for what actually constitutes spoilers when it comes to things like games. She usually doesn't forbid them, because she knows that their ambiguity might lead chat to fight with each other over what they might perceive as one. It's never really a concern for her though, the onigiryaa are very considerate about this kind of thing. If she can say one thing though: She likes how when she gets stuck for long enough, or potentially misses something important, they start slowly and offhandedly suggesting things. Like "Okayu? Doesn't it look like something's up over there?" or "Okayu? Maybe you should look investigate over there again.".
>"Where can I buy that cute cat in the thumbnail?"
This cute cat can't be bought! She belongs to everybody, so she can't just be owned by one person. Though, if you want to secretly tell her how much you're offering, maybe an exchange can be made.
Okayu really likes the strange atmosphere of them. You might pass by one or two people, but it almost feels like you're in your own world. Sometimes you feel completely alone, and it makes your heart race.
Okayu wonders if some of the things you have to repress as a kid end up exploding into habits in your adult life. For example, up until High School, Okayu always had to go to bed around 9:30. She remembered being really impressed by other kids who would talk about going to bed at midnight, because she had never done it herself. When she hit high school, she started sleeping around 11, but all of those early bedtimes are probably what's responsible for her being such a nocturnal cat now. What time did she get up? Around 6, usually. Hard to believe now, right?
>What were you scared of as a child?
Even now, indirect lighting, especially orange-tinted, makes her very uncomfortable, and she doesn't know why. It might just be colored light in general, but orange especially. Decorative lights and blue-colored lights are fine too. She often slept with an orange light(maybe a night-light?) when she was younger. Because she slept so early, she'd often have a hard time going to sleep too, and would stay awake while her family fell asleep. There's something really hard about being the only one awake while everybody else is asleep, especially with that orange light on; even now the thought makes her uncomfortable. She's fine if it's totally dark. Even if a bunch of the other girls come over and go to sleep first, she's fine as long as there's no orange light.