Duds Hunt

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Kare no Satsujin Keikaku

Kare no Satsujin Keikaku

Yasuhiro Takagi could have been an average seventeen-year-old high school sophomore, but recently he's decided that he wants the experience of killing somebody. With meticulous detail he ponders how and when the event will take place. Should he pick a stranger or someone close to him? A yakuza to help society, a celebrity, someone old or young? And above all else, what will people think of him when he does it?

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sothis sothis says...

Kare no Satsujin Keikaku and Duds Hunt are two peas in a pod, and it's hard to say why without spoiling. Both keep you engaged till the end and then have a shocker that you won't see coming, with a very dark/delinquent tone. Just trust me and check it out!

Liar Game

Liar Game

"Congratulations! You are 1 of 100,000 people who have been entered in the amazing Liar Game tournament!" For Nao Kanzaki, an overly-naïve student, receiving this message in the mail was only the beginning of an unending financial and psychological nightmare. Winning the game means riches beyond one’s wildest dreams, while failure means crushing debt. And with no choice but to play the game, Nao quickly turns to Shinichi, a well-known swindler, for help. However, little do the two know just how far the Liar Game goes. Who will win, and who will lose it all?

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sothis sothis says...

There's plenty of high stakes games titles out there, but Liar Game and Duds Hunt specifically remind me of each other due to the high amount of people who are viciously selfish to the core and are willing to inflict damage (financial or physical) on anyone that stands in their way of winning the game.

Togainu no Chi

Togainu no Chi

Once the undefeated champion of the street fighting game Bl@ster, Akira now fights for an entirely different cause. Having been framed for murder and given the choice of life in prison or exoneration for a price, he chose to take the latter, heading for the lawless district of Toshima. There, Akira is to fight in Igura, a game where the winner of each match receives special tags, and the loser loses his life. Alongside his longtime friend Keisuke and experienced Igura competitor Rin, Akira must now battle it out in Igura, try to avoid the sadistic enforcers that roam the streets, and complete his mission: to defeat Il Re and take down the drug company Vischio.

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sothis sothis says...

Togainu no Chi and Duds Hunt definitely aren't the same feel-wise, but both revolve around a high stakes, brutal game where the consequences are extreme and the rewards are great.

Doubt

Doubt

Rabbit Doubt is a popular new mystery game in which a ‘wolf' kills off each of a group of ‘rabbits' one by one. If the rabbits determine the identity of the wolf, they win the game; but if they suspect the wrong individual, the rabbits all die. Eiji, Rei, Mitsuki, Haruka, Yuu and Hajime are six friends who were meeting for the first time at a karaoke bar, but then, while separated, they lost consciousness and came to in a mysterious building - one of their bodies impaled on the wall. A real life game of Rabbit Doubt has begun. With paranoia and suspicion abounding, the survivors struggle to piece clues together before the Wolf picks them off one by one.

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Thrawn Thrawn says...

Doubt, on one side of the spectrum has suspense over violence while Duds Hunt is the opposite. Where these two come together is the games, where the characters join up out of their own freewill and soon find themselves in something more dangerous than they thought.

Life is Money

Life is Money

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Thrawn Thrawn says...

To take money from others, you must also take another thing from them: Their life. That's the philosophy of both of these series, where contestants join of their own freewill, misled or otherwise, and participate in a survival game to win money. Duds Hunt focuses more on violence than psychological and Life is Money is the opposite, minimalizing violence for psychological trauma and breakdowns.