Tempted by the possibility of unlocking "X-note" and solving her mother's mysterious death, Essi decided to take his request.However, what awaited her there was a lot more than what she could possibly imagine GAME OVERVIEW: X-note is a blend between Visual Novel and Dating Sim.(See for example, the difference between the series, which is very close to a Visual Novel style of gameplay, and the DOA Xtreme series, which is the closest thing to a true Dating Sim with mass-market appeal in the US.) If the game plays out like a Choose Your Own Adventure, that's a Visual Novel.
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If a Death Note ever enters our human world, who'd you align yourself with?
In recent years, there have been many Role Playing Games that incorporate dating sim elements.
These dating sim elements are often referred to as Romance Sidequests in the RPG genre.
One of the many translations of "Lucifer" -- you know, the Devil, Satan, God's nemesis etc.
-- is "light-bringing." In Light's case, the "light" he's bringing is his own form of vigilante justice -- all with the help of the Death Note.
Just in case one (or more) appears, we put together a Death Note characters list divided into various "groups" to help you figure out whose side you'd choose.
Once a Death Note enters the human world, things get crazy.
After Light obtains this book and discovers its powers, Light reinvents his whole life, adopting the role of Judge, Jury and Executioner in an effort to cleanse the world of evil.
From the ashes of the old world, Light plans to rise as the new "god," a rather impressive endeavor that gets him dubbed as "Kira." He's good at what he does too, because he's Date of Birth: Unknown | Age: Unknown | Zodiac sign: Unknown | Birthplace:: Unknown | Height: (estimated) 198 cm (6'6") | Weight: Unknown | Blood type: N/A | Shinigami Rank: C Ryuk is the reason why there's even an anime/manga (or a Death Note characters list, for that matter).
From there, Ryuk adopts the role of "innocent" bystander, refusing to help, offering limited tidbits of information only when it best serves him.