What a wonderfully cheesy title! That said, I don't think it's justified by the story—the dead here do not play a very active role, serving as a B-plot that has little to no affect on the A-plot.
Denouement was fun, but I was really bothered by how short the pen-on-paper writing sfx was, on a loop, that totally failed to match the lines being spoken. I mean, I guess it works well enough, but it bugged me.
Overall a fun adventure story, but it doesn't have much depth. Would've been a lot more interesting if they'd been able to better integrate the A and B-plots. I think it's also a bit hampered by the fact that the two deceased personalities wind up being far less engaging than their hosts.
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