It’s that easy! If you want to win a free copy of Lux Pain for the Nintendo Ds, and a Nintendo Ds Case, all you have to do is post a comment! Say whatever you’d like, tell me a random story, post one letter, and you will automatically be entered to win. Winner will be chosen in a raffle I will do by myself in the dark by writing all your names on little pieces of paper and putting them into a hat.
You will have 3 weeks from today to post a comment to win, so get on it! Head past the break to check out screens from the game, and check out the official BD review HERE! Lux-Pain is set in historical Kisaragi City, a town plagued by mysteries from small mishaps to murders – with no logical explanation as to why these events occur. It seems “Silent”, a worm born through hate and sadness, has infected humans and forced them to commit atrocious crimes. The hero’s parents, Atsuki, are victims of such crimes. To avenge his parents, Atsuki goes through a dangerous operation to acquire Lux-Pain in his left arm, a power so strong that his left eye turns golden when using it to seek and destroy Silent for good.
Investigate your surroundings and gather hints by conversing with characters in the game
Use your Psychic Powers to save potential victims from Silent Worms.
Explore the massive world of Kisaragi City
Use your stylus to:
-Conduct autopsies of Silent worms found throughout the game
-Find parasites before they reach the heart of the victim
-Examine various items you encounter along your journey such as buildings and objects
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