"Panic in the Aquarium "
ďIf something should happen when you visit an aquarium, those involved in the making of this work bear no responsibilityĒ says that little blurb thrown somewhere into all fiction to discredit the likeness of any cast members to people living or dead. Itís a kind thought to bestow upon people who find the exhibits they came to see closed for cleaning, or get told off for trying to coax fish out by tapping on the glass. Itís probably not what is meant though; it's probably hinting more towards any series of grisly supernatural deaths that might await you.
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is smug that not being able to correct the lack of capital letters in their title is killing me is silly in theory but suitably creepy in execution. Itís the story of an aquarium in the middle of a busy town thatís gone evil and kills people. With fish. Even in the early goings of the narrative, half the starting cast view this as campy nonsense. Bubbly, outgoing Himeno canít think of a better way to spend a rare day off then investigating such a ludicrous urban legend, and is keen to drag more reserved chum, Mayu, along for the ride. Mayuís considerably less keen; she and the aquarium have a history. It was the last place she saw her little sister some five years previous before she vanished from the face of planet. But sheís unwilling to disappoint her only friend, so begrudging accepts the invitation. That was a mistake.
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