Here you can obtain a special type of video game coming from Japan. Its name is "Yu-No: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World" and it originally dates back to 1996. This game uses elements from various fields: religion, science fiction, physics, mathematics, history, and philosophy. As one would expect, this is a remake that was brought to the Nintendo consoles in 2019 although the remake was done in 2017 for Playstation.
The game is a visual novel that will keep you playing for more than 40 hours. You play as a guy who is on vacation during which he receives a device that allows a person to travel between parallel worlds. His name is Takuya Arima and the apparatus is called "Reflector Device." The sender of the piece of machinery is the supposedly dead father of the protagonist.
The goal is for you, playing as Takuya, to prevent a disaster from overcoming his world. For this, you'll need to explore the universes as well as the hidden world beyond Sakaimachi, where the protagonist lives. To make things easier, make sure to use the "Auto Diverge Mapping System," or A.D.M.S., for short.
The ADMS shows when a branch in the game's timeline approaches the player. The ADMS is the Reflector Device itself. There are 10 possible endings possible, but once you reach one epilogue, you can replay and can keep all the 19 items you found.
The "Day 1 Edition" of this YU-NA game comes with a PlayStation 4 EXCLUSIVE mini cloth poster featuring Eriko Takeda. She is the mysterious school nurse at Sakaimachi Academy, where Takuya studies.