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Twilight Syndrome(トワイライトシンドローム,Towairaito Shindorōmu?) is a series of Japan-exclusive video games developed by Human Entertainment (later by Spike, now called Spike Chunsoft). Goichi Suda designed the first three games in this series which consists of following titles:
Moonlight Syndrome(ムーンライトシンドローム,Mūnraito Shindorōmu?) was released on October 9, 1997 for PlayStation. Non-canonical side story to Twilight Syndrome: Search and Twilight Syndrome: Investigation. Events from The Silver Case (also developed by Goichi Suda) takes place after this game.
Twilight Syndrome: Saikai(トワイライトシンドローム 再会,Towairaito Shindorōmu Saikai?) was released in Japan on July 27, 2000 for PlayStation. It is a true sequel to the story present in Twilight Syndrome: Search and Twilight Syndrome: Investigation. Reunion contains a new cast of characters and a new story.
Twilight Syndrome: The Forbidden Urban Legend
In the 2012 video game, Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, developed by Spike Chunsoft, a tribute to the Twilight Syndrome series, titled Twilight Syndrome: Murder Case, is found during the game's second chapter. The game-within-a-game uses a visual style resembling the series to portray an incident related to the chapter's case.