Osamu Sato (born April 14, 1960) is... a very strange creator. Specializing in both video games and music, he is well known for his experimental as hell music (most of which can range from a mere 15-30 second loop to 10 whole minutes) and his surreal games which are key targets for Nightmare Fuel and Surreal Horror.
What doesn't help the insanity proposed by Osamu Sato is how much people do not know about him. Many people have speculating things due to many of his works, like he had died at one point (which is false, he has an Instagram which is still updated fairly commonly) or something else. Many people do not know about him at all, making it hard to find concrete evidence about him.
He is most well known for his video game creations, though. To the rate many people only know of him through some of his games, to be exact.
Notice: Almost all of Osamu Sato's works aren't just in desperate need of not just Wiki Magic, but do not have pages at all, and that's if the games have even been found yet; some games haven't even been located yet and have gone missing, requiring us to Keep Circulating the Tapes. In terms of fixing Redlinks and giving Wiki Magic, the games should be considered somewhat of a priority. The list of works is also incomplete, so finding those out is also a good idea.
List of works created by Osamu Sato
List of tropes almost always seen in Sato's works
- Mind Screw: And how; most games make little to no sense.
- Recurring Element: Buddhism is referenced quite a lot in Osamu Sato's games, most prominently within Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong-Nou and some of LSD: Dream Emulator.
- Surreal Horror: To be expected when the guy made LSD: Dream Emulator.
- Surreal Humor: Occasionally, the surreal aspects are used to create comedic situations, such as how T.B.C. from Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong-Nou are meant to specialize in co-coordination, but are bad at it.