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.
Yuki has isolated himself from his high school student life; even his cell phone reflects his detachment, since it only contains information about his surroundings. In his fantasies Yuki is chosen by his friend Deux Ex Machina to participate in a survival game of twelve people, each with a clairvoyant personal diary. The remaining survivor will become the new Lord of Time and Space. However, Yuki wakes from his fantasy to find that his dreams have become reality; his diary now has entries from the future about his surroundings, and he learns that his classmate Yuno is also participating. Even worse, Yuki finds an entry for his imminent Dead End. To stay alive he becomes Yuno's partner, but her diary only contains what will happen to her beloved Yuki. Yuno swears to protect Yuki and uphold her unwavering love for him; she will protect their bond, no matter who she has to get rid of.
The year is 1983 and the place is Hinamizawa, a sleepy countryside village far from the rest of civilization. Keiichi has just moved to the town with his parents and quickly makes new friends in Rena, Mion and a few other girls. But soon Keiichi discovers that there’s a hidden, brutally violent and murderous past to Hinamizawa that its residents keep secretive to outsiders. As he investigates the town’s troubled past, Keiichi begins to realize that those who are close to him may not be as they seem…
Higurashi and Doubt are two peas in a pod. Though different in plot they're both exceptional horror titles that'll keep you guessing. You'll feel equally as creeped out by both and there's plenty of violence/twists to go around.
When Chiko found a cell phone and answered it at school one day, she had no idea that the voice on the other end would foretell of an upcoming death that afternoon. Though she hopes it’s just a bad joke Chiko soon discovers that the death is real and more are to come – unless she puts a stop to them. Now, with each call she answers, Chiko has one more person to try to save in time. Alongside her classmate Bando, Chiko will race against the clock in hopes of saving lives – but who is the voice on the other end of the phone?
Line and Doubt follow young people trapped in a thrilling situation they'd rather not be in. Compared to Doubt, Line is quite tame - but they definitely have a similar feel and will appeal to the same audiences.
Amamiya Kazuhiko is a detective who, after seeing the torture and subsequent death of his girlfriend, tracks down the man responsible for her death. Upon meeting the killer, Amamiya's psyche breaks and a new personality, the cold-blooded, arrogant psychopath Shinji appears and kills the murderer. More personalities materialize from Amamiya as he tries to investigate a string of murders years later. As he investigates, an intricate conspiracy plot begins to tangle up both Amamyia and Shinji as well as those around them.
Forced into a game without your consent with no way out, your fate is in the hands of another and you have no choice but to survive. But can you trust anybody? Who would be willing to sacrifice you just to survive a bit longer? Can you handle the pressure, or can the others for that matter? Both of these series gives the reader these questions and the premise, and the pages that tell the story will give them the answers.