She is voiced by Naoko Takano credited as Midori Kawamura. Oxygen only becomes air when combined with five times as much nitrogen. Koji, driven insane by Yoh's monstrous appearance, shoots her multiple times and beats her to death with a steel pipe before engaging in battle with Fuminori. The more things go on, however, the more Fuminori. She seems to be an extra-dimensional Eldritch horror similar to creatures in the Lovecraft universe that rends one's sanity by witnessing it.
Even buildings and mundane objects take on a twisted, hellish cast. There are some graphic and disturbing scenes in Saya no Uta, but I would classify it more as a psychological horror story than a nukige. The catch was that he saw everyone else as a horrific monsters and the whole world as hellish landscape of blood, gore, and monstrosities. Saya cooked many dishes to see if any food Fuminori could stand to eat since his mental condition twisted his sense of taste as well. He's killed by Fuminori during his rape.
If Fuminori accepts, his agnosia disappears, but Saya leaves him, as she wishes for him not to see her true form. From here, Koji can either call Ryoko or call Fuminori. Since Fuminori's accident she has become worried for Yoh's sake. Yoh jumps him crying out in a twisted voice wanting Koji to kill her, he does but does not even realize it was Yoh. Tragically, it seemed Yoh's mind shattered from the extremely painful transformation. Saya even went as far to transform Yoh Tsukuba, another of Fuminori's friends, into one of her species. This is some masterful storytelling and if you can handle how messed up it is, the story is going to grab you, never let go and stick with you for a long time.
He offers his help cleaning Fuminori's garden since it's stinking, but Fuminori guesses that he pretends to be nice and Fuminori's garden disturbs Yosuke's perfect image of his house. The two discover a secret chamber in the well and find Ogai's corpse as well as many documents on his research of Saya and her species. She has no memories of where she came from and is guided only by her instincts. However, when Yosuke can see her as a normal girl, she's seen wearing white sandals. The art is very well drawn, the music is beautiful, the voice acting is on point, and the game will last about maybe three to five hours. She developed her distinct personality after being engrossed in human literature for many years. She came into this world only with the motivation to reproduce and turn all life on Earth into her species, everything else was produced later.
He immediately killed him in a fit of rage with a knife and consoled Saya. If he had never met her, he would have killed himself a long time ago. The painted rooms in Fuminori's house might count, too. He'll never again breathe the crisp, clean air of a summer day again, and never know the true beauty of the world as it once was. Fuminori does not want to be separated from Saya, and asks her to live with him. I have never played a game that has made my stomach turn by the actions of a character, but at the same time, I feel sorry for that character. Let me start this review by saying right off the bat this game is not for everyone.
Koji is the sole survivor of the whole ordeal and lives the rest of his life as a paranoid schizophrenic. Even worse is that in the ending where he gets his sight back, he is framed for the murder of his next door neighbor but is instead staying the rest of his life in a mental hospital when he tells the exact truth of what happened. During the story, Yoh is kidnapped and raped by Saya before being mutated into the same being she is over hours of tortuous transformation. This is particularly pronounced if he rejects Saya's offer to cure his Agnosia, in which case he becomes a full on. After Fuminori's accident he has been trying to help Fuminori's life get back to normal.
While forced to navigate a world covered in entrails and meat sacks, Fuminori pushes away his entire circle of friends. Saya visits him after some time of him being in the hospital on the other side of his cell door where he cannot see her. She's mostly seen in his house where she doesn't wear shoes or socks. He really could have been a lot less cruel about turning her down. Sakisaka Fuminori has his sight restored but is only able to view his surroundings as gory flesh blobs and other human beings as hideous monsters.
Then again, none of the endings are truly happy in the traditional sense. Ogai used to bring the creature that would come to be known as Saya is unclear and shrouded in mystery. You can also follow this blog if you would like to be kept up to date on my stuff, or you could follow me on any of my social media pages listed at the bottom of the page and could stop by if you would like to talk to me and my homies. Not only are there descriptions of gratuitous violence, but sexual assault, adult scenes featuring a young-looking female character, and various other bits of awfulness are sprinkled throughout. He is also willing to let the world be damned for the sake of their love.
The main character is called Fuminori. The choices you make matter and you better be sure about what you pick as it can radically change the story and the ending. Ogai began care for Saya deeply and in his journal which was later deciphered by Ryoko Tanbo he mysteriously wished in anguish that if only someone could find his daughter beautiful and give her affection as Saya began wanting deeply love and acceptance. Ogai then gave the creature a name, 'Saya', which was the name of one of his childhood pets which he oddly felt suiting the entity. Human emotion and logic goes against the goals of Saya's species and can impede her. You can practically feel the descent into madness—a comfortable, familiar madness, and one that grips you tightly without letting go. His doctor, Ryoko Tanbo, still has the impression that there's something he's not telling her.