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Saya no Uta video

Saya no Uta Trailer

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5 years ago on 9 April 2017 11:46

I couldn't find a decent quality version on Youtube, so here it is. The only other one I found that was good, was a Japanese one, and that'd be hard for people to find and understand.
Saya no Uta = Song of Saya, or Saya's Song (I prefer this translation).

Saya no Uta is a visual novel about a man named Fuminori. He, along with his parents, got into a car accident, which gruesomely killed his parents. Fuminori managed to survive. He was kept alive with some experimental medical technology. Although it kept him alive, it has some horrible side affects. Fuminori's senses have been warped, where things that are pleasant to the senses normally, are now vile and disgusting (like seen in the trailer). That includes smell, taste, hearing, touch, and vision. Being a medical student, he gets a quick grasp of the situation, which helps to calm him to some degree, at least enough to hide such side affects from others.

However, he does have a single glimmer of hope in the hellish world he lives in. Out of all of the people he knows, all of those horrible abominations, those who he once called "friend", the only person who looks truly human to him, is a girl named Saya. She is like an angel who saved a man who was sent to hell. Without that one single glint of beauty and purity in the world, Fuminori would have surely killed himself in short time. Saya really is a girl shrouded in a fog of mystery though.

And that sums up my brief of the visual novel, without spoiling anything big. It is truly an amazing game. It has one of my favourite stories of any story format, let alone just visual novel. If you wish to play the visual novel, do keep in mind that there are many sexually explicit scenes throughout the visual novel. There are censored versions on Youtube, but I recommend playing the game as is. The sex actually does play an important role in the story. Whatever floats your boats. Yes, it is translated into English, and you can either be a pirate and pirate it like I did, or be a cool guy and buy the game (I'll probably end up doing that at some point, along with other related merchandise). I highly recommend getting the game.

Song: Shapeshift (edited version, found in the Saya no Uta soundtrack).
Made by NitroPlus

It's Japanese, but the website is pretty easy to navigate. The demo movie in full quality is available for download in the Downloads section, along with 2 wallpapers. The soundtrack song Sabbath plays in the background of the website.
Click on the little Sayas around the website, and a mini surprise will ensue (I just found this out now). The little flashes of texts when you click on each saya seem to be things like "over here!", or "you found me", or something.