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18th Apr '18 4:49:47 AM Sinister_Sandwich
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' is even worse than [[Franchise/DarkSouls the games]] it serves as a SpiritualSuccessor to. The true nature of what's going on is buried in item descriptions and the occasional telling piece of scenery. It's not even clear which parts of the story are real or not, or if all of it or none of it is. Figuring out the timeline of all the important players and events prior to the game's start is almost as [[NintendoHard hard as the game itself.]]
26th Mar '18 7:24:00 PM SolidSonicTH
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* ''Series/Sense8'' has a jigsaw-puzzle plot for the entirety of Season 1, and parts of Season 2 as well.



* ''Series/Sense8'' has a jigsaw-puzzle plot for the entirety of Season 1, and parts of Season 2 as well.

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* ''Series/Sense8'' has a jigsaw-puzzle plot for the entirety of Season 1, and parts of Season 2 as well.
6th Mar '18 2:18:33 PM patricialotus93
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* ''Series/Sense8'' has a jigsaw-puzzle plot for the entirety of Season 1, and parts of Season 2 as well.
20th Feb '18 10:52:44 AM zanyotaku
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* ''VisualNovel/SubarashikiHibi'' tells the events of the story from multiple character's viewpoints across different chapters, each time revealing a little more about the setting and what's really going on.

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* ''VisualNovel/SubarashikiHibi'' tells the events of the story from multiple character's viewpoints (Many of them {{Unreliable Narrator}}s) across different chapters, each time revealing a little more about the setting and what's really going on.on behind all the bizarre events.
20th Feb '18 10:48:09 AM zanyotaku
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* ''VisualNovel/SubarashikiHibi'' tells the events of the story from multiple character's viewpoints across different chapters, each time revealing a little more about the setting and what's really going on.
8th Feb '18 6:26:51 AM SpinAttaxx
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* While the plot of ''Videogame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'' seems to be nothing more than "homicidal animatronics gun for hapless security guard", a grisly backstory is revealed via a poster that randomly changes. The sequels make this worse, introducing a creepy puppet seemingly masterminding the animatronics, a purple Atari man bringing death wherever he goes, yellow animatronic/suit hybrids that are lethal deathtraps, the mysterious Fredbear and his restaurant, and sentient animatronics created ''by'' the purple Atari man into the mythology. Said information is also presented in AnachronicOrder, so have fun figuring all ''that'' out. WordOfGod stated, in the middle of 2015, that no one has yet figured out the complete plot and backstory of the series.

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* While the plot of ''Videogame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'' ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys1'' seems to be nothing more than "homicidal animatronics gun for hapless security guard", a grisly backstory is revealed via a poster that randomly changes. secret posters. The sequels make this worse, introducing rest of [[Franchise/FiveNightsAtFreddys the series]] adds more pieces to the mythology, including a creepy puppet seemingly masterminding the animatronics, a purple Atari man bringing death wherever he goes, yellow animatronic/suit hybrids that are lethal deathtraps, the mysterious Fredbear and his restaurant, and sentient animatronics created ''by'' the purple Atari man into man's family (and his own robot creations), and even the mythology.animatronics' creator. Said information is also presented in AnachronicOrder, so have fun figuring all ''that'' out. WordOfGod stated, in the middle of 2015, that no one has yet figured out the complete plot and backstory of the series.
25th Jan '18 11:15:04 PM Laukku
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* ''VisualNovel/YuNo'' from 1996 is the TropeMaker of the MultipleRouteMystery structure widely used in the visual novel medium. During the main game, the plot splits into several routes, all of which have an independent plot to a minor degree but [[KudzuPlot raise and only partially answer many mysteries]] in the overall scheme. After completing the main routes the player is allowed to enter the final route, which [[ThirdLineSomeWaiting (after some meandering plot developments)]] finally answers almost all mysteries introduced earlier.

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* ''VisualNovel/YuNo'' from 1996 is the TropeMaker TropeCodifier of the MultipleRouteMystery structure widely used in the visual novel medium. During the main game, the plot splits into several routes, all of which have an independent plot to a minor degree but [[KudzuPlot raise and only partially answer many mysteries]] in the overall scheme. After completing the main routes the player is allowed to enter the final route, which [[ThirdLineSomeWaiting (after some meandering plot developments)]] finally answers almost all mysteries introduced earlier.
12th Jan '18 5:59:15 AM Derkhan
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* The ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' has three major RotatingArcs, a larger number of subplots, no clear individual protagonist among its LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters even for most individual ''books'', much less the whole ten-book series, and takes place across several continents. The complexity is only increased by the fact that it starts ''in media res'' and doles out actual exposition sparingly, leaving the reader to figure most things out by context. It ''does'', however, eventually converge into a single central MythArc [[spoiler: about the Crippled God]].

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* The ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' has three major RotatingArcs, a larger number of subplots, no clear individual protagonist among its LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters even for most individual ''books'', and much less the whole ten-book series, and takes place across several continents. The complexity is only increased by the fact that it starts ''in ''[[LostInMediasRes in media res'' res]]'' and doles out actual exposition sparingly, leaving the reader to figure most things out by context. It ''does'', however, eventually converge into a single central MythArc [[spoiler: about the Crippled God]].God.
27th Dec '17 6:18:20 PM nombretomado
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* Suda 51's ''VideoGame/TheSilverCase'' series begins with ''Moonlight Syndrome'', in which [[spoiler:nearly everyone dies]], moves on to ''The Silver Case'' itself, in which the only detective investigating the events of ''Moonlight Syndrome'' is murdered, and then moves on to FlowerSunAndRain, whose plot is too complicated and fantastic to explain here. By the way, one of the characters from ''Moonlight Syndrome'' makes a cameo in ''killer 7''. [[spoiler:The two boys with the adult voice are Mitra.]] And that game [[NoExportForYou never came out in America]]. Suda 51 is doing this for his own sick amusement, isn't he?

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* Suda 51's ''VideoGame/TheSilverCase'' series begins with ''Moonlight Syndrome'', in which [[spoiler:nearly everyone dies]], moves on to ''The Silver Case'' itself, in which the only detective investigating the events of ''Moonlight Syndrome'' is murdered, and then moves on to FlowerSunAndRain, ''VideoGame/FlowerSunAndRain'', whose plot is too complicated and fantastic to explain here. By the way, one of the characters from ''Moonlight Syndrome'' makes a cameo in ''killer 7''. [[spoiler:The two boys with the adult voice are Mitra.]] And that game [[NoExportForYou never came out in America]]. Suda 51 is doing this for his own sick amusement, isn't he?
24th Dec '17 1:05:25 PM nombretomado
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