Enter the #1 Psychological Horror Experience! Welcome to a terrifying world of poetry and romance! Write poems for your crush and erase any mistakes along the way to ensure your perfect ending. Now’s your chance to discover why Doki Doki Literature Club is one of the most beloved psychological horror games of the decade! You play as the main character, who reluctantly joins the Literature Club in search of a romantic interest. With every poem you write and every choice you make, you’ll charm your crush and begin to unfold the horrors of school romance. Do you have what it takes to crack the code of dating sims and get the perfect ending?
Sayori, your childhood friend, begins your story by recruiting you to the Literature Club! As a daydreamer full of positive energy, Sayori’s greatest passion is to deliver happiness to others.
Natsuki tries to act tough, but her cuteness can make it hard to take her too seriously! She might be willing to warm up to good listeners who can respect her love for cute things.
Yuri, the quiet bookworm, reserves her passionate side for those who can more deeply understand her enigmatic mind.
Monika, the superstar President of the Literature Club, will keep you on track for a perfect ending. Monika is always there to give you a guiding hand, both in literature and in love!
Physical Copy of Game
2" Chipboard Standees - Including Full Set of all 4 Characters
Full Soundtrack Download Code - Printed on Floppy Shaped Sheet
Vinyl Sticker Sheet - Set of 17 Stickers
Doki Doki Literature Club Membership Card
Exclusive Special Poem Written by Monika
Nintendo Switch Exclusive - Poem Notebook Inner Coversheet
A:AnswerThis is the premium version of the game. It comes with 4 figures, a poem from monika, a membership card you can write on with your name, a sticker sheet 17 stickers, and a sound track card, plus the ddlc. This is only for pre-orders only.
A:AnswerI haven't actually played it yet, but the case states that it's a Mature (17+) Rated game. Also, the game is classified as a "psychological horror", & says it's "not suitable for children or those who are easily disturbed".
A:AnswerThe release date only changed once. The digital version released on June 30th, while the physical version was planned to release two months after on August 30th. It got delayed to September 21st due to "unforseen shipping and manufacturing" issues.