OMORI

Video Game • 2020 • Horror  Report
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EchoGarden1
You have to hurt animal-resembling creatures, however it’s not graphic and as someone triggered by animal abuse I was fine. A part that did trigger me is when Omori cuts open a cat in blackspace, however you can avoid it by stabbing yourself.
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firefliesnevercame
Mostly up to interpretation but it can be seen that way
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zuchini5928
Spiders, spiderwebs, a boss enemy resembling some kind of bug, and one of the fears you have to face.
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SimplySnazzy
**SPOILERS** in blackspace, you are given the choice to cut open a cat.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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artemismn
The most common enemy in OMORI that you fight (and presumably kill) are bunnies. Most of them aren’t realistic looking, however, in the dino dig mini game at the orange oasis you fight realistic rabbits and chickens. The fights aren’t graphic.
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ferellaSet
A minor character is a snake. Notably, this snake doesn't act snake-like at all, aside from making hissing noises, and otherwise mostly a normal NPC.
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mollymawk
Spoilers below! // Spiders are one of your 'fears' in this game, so they are brought up and shown often, especially in the Pyrefly Forest area. There is also a segment in which you appear in your house and it is full of spiders & spider webs. They are all pixel art, and there's nothing too graphic for most of it. Going up the stairs though there is an arachnid-like creature that drops on you and you will enter combat. Its face (which is not very arachnid-like) is the main focus of the combat screen but it is still unsettling.
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asunder
(SPOILERS!!!) At one point, the player is given the option to cut open a cat. It's not extremely graphic since it's pixel art, but blood is shown and multiple dialogue boxes describe the cat in distress. Whether or not the player decides to do this has no major impact on the story, and the room can be avoided all together.
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Envy
Not entirely gaslighting, but during one of the final fights on the main route, most of the flavor text is hateful and bitter and may come across as such.
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Zauromoun
Not really, but there is some imagery that somewhat evokes the idea. The main character often sees hallucinations of "Something", which floats behind him or follows him around. It doesn't appear especially humanoid though, and that's the only thing that gives the impression at all.
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DevinL
(Spoilers) A major plot point is caused by a character pushing another character down a set of stairs.
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asunder
One character is a target for bullying It's heavily implied a character is a victim of child neglect.
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Zauromoun
Only the medicinal kind, and that's in a sidequest anyways - an elderly side character has a quest for you to get them, and it seems to just be a healthy dose for typical aging troubles.
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CormorantColors
Aubrey’s mother is implied to be an alchoholic, but it’s all off-screen and not too bad if you don’t investigate the details in her house. The topic is not at all explored
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VKPlasma
It is implied that Aubrey's mother may be an alcoholic.
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brikkets
there are VERY minor parts in the game where yes, the player or other characters are restrained but it's really only for a few seconds and is nothing detailed. it's never a major part of the plot or game.
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VKPlasma
It is implied in game that Omori/Sunny engages in self-harm. The only way that you can progress the game at times is by stabbing yourself with a knife in the dream world. Sunny also attacks someone with a knife at one point in the story, causing them to bleed.
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TheStarboi
[SPOILER] While not shown there is a point in the game called blackspace where the main character eats a cake and it causes his teeth to start to disintegrate. However, its a very difficult moment to find and you have to go looking for it, specifically in the neighborhood section of blackspace.
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EdenLentz
Correcting another comment: There is a point in the game in which you are given the option to eat Sunny's head, however the head is referred to as an apple, and sounds as such when you eat the "apple".
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EchoGarden1
Not in the medical sense, but a character gets his head cut off, and your fingers are also cut off. Neither of the events are super gory and just contain pixilated blood.
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omoriplayer
In order to progress through the story, there is a part where a hand has its fingers cut off one by one. While it is not graphic, (They are cut with photo editing software.) there is a harsh noise that is unexpected and jumpscare-ish.
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Envy
Yes, notably most often in Black Space. One of the characters continously dies here, several of these deaths involving head trauma. They're pixelated though, and not especially graphic.
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omori
there's a minor npc in orange oasis called "man on fire", his appearance is that of a man completely on fire. though, he doesn't die and can be avoided if you ignore orange oasis
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CormorantColors
Kel’s pet rock is buried however it is unharmed and a rock. If that is upsetting avoid the dino dig in orange oasis
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mollymawk
Vague spoilers for late game stuff! ///// A hanging is a major plot point in the story. This is shown onscreen at multiple points in some routes.
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nairbear
When staying at a friend's house near the end of the game, the protagonist gets into a fight with said friend, who is implied to have stabbed him in the eye. His character portrait changes to reflect this, and one half of the screen goes black.
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OddReviews
*SPOILER* A character is repeated murdered in in increasingly disturbing ways.
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EchoGarden1
Sunny is shown having trouble breathing from anxiety and fear during fights.
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BeN0tAfraid
Blood is common, though pixelated
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firefliesnevercame
SPOILERS There were two drowning scenes if those count. Everyone is rescued in time in both cases
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OJAndToothpaste
No on screen bone breaking happens. However, later into the game there is a chase sequence where if you're caught, the screen goes black and you hear crunching noises that could imply such a thing.
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asunder
(SPOILERS!!!) You have to jump down holes at multiple points in the game, but in a certain ending one actually results in death. A character dies falling down the stairs.
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Woashi
//spoilers!! yes, this is a MAJOR plot point for the game. this fall results in death
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ferellaSet
One of the central plot point is the death of a teenager, and how other character react to it. One of the "neutral" endings involves a major teenager character commit suicide, another involves the main character (a teenager) committing suicide, and one of the bad endings involves the main character accidentally fatally stabbing themself.
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CormorantColors
The main character destroys an expensive object (not a toy) that the rest of the cast got him as a present (Edit) Also as someone says, Kel loses his pet rock though it can be retrieved in a sidequest. Basil’s photo album is also damaged, then stolen to be repaired, then thrown away and retrieved to be (mostly) put back together
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artemismn
No, but a grandmother does (off-scream and heavily implied)
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ferellaSet
In Headspace (a dream world), there exist ghost characters, which are universally depicted as floating pieces of headwear. Talking to each of these characters is necessary for a sidequest. Additionally, a dead character shows up as a ghostly apparition, but because this takes place in the same dream world, it is ambiguous whether or not this is an actual ghost.
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Envy
No, but the main character - on the alternate route - takes a bath. It isn't at all detailed nor is it shown very long.
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raybrandt
[SPOILER] OMORI is not SUNNY's alter ego. OMORI is an embodiment of SUNNY's depression, guilt, and trauma. The ending where OMORI "possesses" SUNNY is a metaphor for SUNNY succumbing to those feelings and either choosing to remain in HEADSPACE or killing himself.
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Artie
Here's a spoiler-free list of jumpscares found in the game. It's worth noting that many of these are tied to random events. https://omori.fandom.com/wiki/Jumpscares
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blackspace
Before the good and bad endings of the game, the memories of the protagonist and his friends are shown. One of the memories takes place on a beach, where two characters spit watermelon seeds at each other because of a quarrel. This is played out purely in a humorous way. Also, one of the characters farts when he sees the cheese wheel at the junkyard (prologue, unavoidable).
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asunder
At a certain point the screen begins to wobble. Interacting with the toilet will stop the effect, but is accompanied by a liquid/vomiting sound effect and the text "you threw up". This is quite early-game and unavoidable.
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ferellaSet
The protagonist stabs himself multiple times over the course of the plot, and can optionally stab himself as a game mechanic in a certain route. Each of these stabs is accompanied by a stabbing sound effect.
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maxie02
no, but there is a character with some type of illness that results in death
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Zauromoun
No. There's a regular hospital, and a pharmacy, but no mental institution.
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ferellaSet
Both the "true" route and one of the neutral routes end with a hospital scene. No medical procedures are shown.
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omoriplayer
The main character often self harms in order to progress.
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oselikrokodil
No, but a version of a character says to himself "you should just die".
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Zauromoun
Arguably yes. No character is officially diagnosed, but characters implied to be mentally ill do enact violence. [MAJOR SPOILERS] Sunny/Omori seems to have some sort of depression, and most certainly PTSD, as a result of accidentally killing his sister when he was a child. Additionally, in the True Route, Basil - a character depicted with signs of major anxiety, PTSD, and possibly more - has a bad episode and he gets in a fight with Sunny/Omori (nothing lethal, but it gets bad).
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Violet10
None of the characters in Omori have official diagnoses, but the main character and one of his friends have mental health issues that could easily be seen as PTSD.
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glitchedplayer
The protagonist and a certain character share a scene in the bathroom, where the latter is clearly hyperventilating while the protagonist is uncomfortable, scared. A dark shadow is spread on the floor and the character portrait changes to portray their anxiety. This scene is unskippable. There are also several other, debatable, moments of anxiety in which the protagonist is clearly unnerved as they face a manifestation of their phobia. The last boss also features similar traits of anxiety.
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sunshinemoth
the main character is implied to not eat very often, a side character comments on how thin he looks, and early game after eating a meal the main character immediately feels sick and throws it back up. these events and dialogue are unavoidable but not graphic or a major theme.
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EchoGarden1
A lot of scenes could be considered claustrophobic.
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EchoGarden1
There are chewing noises that may trigger some people’s misophonia, however they aren’t incredibly graphic.
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asunder
( SPOILERS!!!) A main character has to stab themself multiple in order to progress. A murder is framed as a suicide and the hanging body is shown, a couple endings contain on-screen suicides.
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firefliesnevercame
[SPOILERS] It's pretty much safe to assume Basil was contemplating suicide before his boss fight as that's what he ends up doing if you don't go to his room to save him
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CormorantColors
A character who is considered by some to be autistic-coded/implied to be autistic is very obviously least favorite child and mistreated by his parents, but he is not canonically autistic and there is no explicit mistreatment due to autism.
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WillisCraft
(Spoilers) At one point in the game you have to throw up and before that the screen has a wavy effect.
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EchoGarden1
A baby cries, however it’s not an actual sound and is just shown in a text box. Later in the game the same baby makes happy sounds which some could consider similar to crying though.
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EchoGarden1
There are many flashing lights and images throughout the game. If you’re prone to seizures, I suggest not playing.
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axbernat
There's a point in the hikkikomori route where the game intentionally crashes.
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OddReviews
The character Captain SpaceBoy(friend) was designed as transgender male, but this is never confirmed/stated in game or implied. He is never misgendered.
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asunder
A main character is called a psychopath for carrying a knife.
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omori
no characters are confirmed to be lgbt, dead or not
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raybrandt
There is in the original webcomic, but not in the game itself.
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OliverBrooksten
As said above there is a scene in the alternate route where the main character takes a bath, however nothing happens and nothing is shown below the neck since the water is an opaque blue
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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axbernat
A character is ridiculed by a group of characters for having a panic attack. Though not that intensely, and not because he's male.
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BeN0tAfraid
There are homeless NPCs in the real world's park
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MeridAn3te
There are multiple endings to the game, some of which could be considered sad / upsetting.
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axbernat
In one of the later levels the main characters get around by travelling in a taxi cab, and there's a rare random event where the taxi cab runs someone over. However this is not shown visually, only implied through audio.
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BeN0tAfraid
In the parking lot of the grocery store, you can interact with cars that may honk and blare an alarm. This can be avoided by not interacting with them. No reward is given if you do so.
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omori
there are a lot of depictions of blood and gore, some aren't exactly avoidable
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axbernat
One of the playable characters has an attack which uses his speed stat to calculate damage, and there's a consumable item which raises a character's speed stat to infinity. Combining these results in a strat referred to by the community as the Kel Nuke. It does not resemble a nuclear explosion but it sure feels like one
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MeridAn3te
None of the characters drown, but the main protagonist has a fear of drowning, and (spoilers) . . . . is made to made to confront their fear by attempting to save a friend from drowning. Both characters end up fine.
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