The Caligula Effect: Overdose boasts enhanced visuals and gameplay. Explore new scenarios, endings, and the “Forbidden Musician Route” while escaping the virtual world of Mobius.
Play as the newly added female protagonist. Plus, meet two new members of the Go-Home Club, who each have their own new Ostinato Musician to face.
Turn-based battle meets exhilarating action in this refined JRPG battle system. Develop a flawless strategy after using the Imaginary Chain to predict what your enemies will do next.
Sometimes, it's hard to go it alone. Befriend over 500 other students in this imaginary paradise to improve your skills in battle and ultimately return to reality.
Enjoy original in-game Japanese voices and English text.
Caligula Effect Overdose is rated
4.3 out of
Rated 3 out of
What an underwhelming gameIt plays like a far older game than it is, as it is a bit clunky. And the "skill tree" (Causality Link) system requires you to have generic conversations with over 100 NPCs. It is boring, it is tedious, and it is not engaging.
Play the Persona series instead (P3, P4, or P5). This game is a wannabe Persona game, but poorly, poorly executed.
Date published: 2019-10-07
Rated 4 out of
Great fun, just not that pretty...A wonderful update to an already great game! The combat system and overall gameplay are incredibly unique, intuitive, and fun! The story and characters heavily center around various traumas- making for a dark and interesting parallel storyline with you protagonist having the ability to assist both the “Good” Go-Home Club and the “Bad” Musicians. Now for the bad. Graphics are incredibly hit or miss on switch however and graphical glitches were semi prevalent. The side quest system, while vast and rewarding, is incredibly repetitive. If you purchase this game, find a guide as its tutorials are incredibly minimal and occasionally misleading. Overall, a wonderful experience, but if you care about graphics consider the PS4 version.
Date published: 2019-04-26
Rated 5 out of
It's good so far.It's a little tiny bit like the Persona series....just a wee bit like it. People who like Persona should like Caligula Effect.