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|Liar! Uncover the Truth|
|Romaji||Doubt~ Usotsuki Otoko wa Dare?~|
|English||Doubt~ Who is the Lying Man?~|
|Release Date|| September 1, 2015 (JP)|
October 3, 2016 (ENG)
|“|| "Have you been cheating on me?!"
A breakup with your cheating boyfriend leads you... ...straight into the arms of ten gorgeous men?!
But beware! Nine of these ten guys are no-good liars!
Just you watch. I'll find Mr. Right. These liars don't stand a chance!
—Story summary, Voltage Official Website
Liar! Uncover the Truth is an otome game by Voltage Inc. You are told that ten handsome men will fall for you but nine of them are liars, so you have to figure who’s the liar and who’s your true love.
There's a spin-off called Liar! Office Deception where there's a new MC and cast of characters. It's only accessible if chapter 9 of the Liar's Route is completed.
After dumping your cheating boyfriend, you attend a lavish matching-making party in hopes of finding a suitable husband to introduce to your mother. A fortuneteller predicts that you will encounter ten gorgeous men, but nine of them are liars and you must investigate who is the liar and find your ideal man.
You go to your boyfriend’s apartment one day and while waiting for him, your best friend sends you a photo of a woman and a man that looks like you’re boyfriend. You’re unwillingly to believe he’s cheating on you, but you’re suspicious so you investigate his bag while he’s showering and find a keychain that matches the one the woman in the photo has. You confront him on this and he finally admits and has cheated on you for six months. Heartbroken, you storm out of the apartment but he pleads to talk things over. You’re horrified that he only wants to keep dating you because he can brag his friends about you and he looks good in being a long relationship, so you slap him and dump him on the spot.
The next day, you attend a match-making event to find a suitable husband. You have a month to find one or else your mom will introduce you to a man from your hometown in the country. After getting your cards, you’re surprised to see the president of the IT company who collaborates with your company, Haruichi Mamiya, at the event. Distracted, you knock into a man and spill the cards. The man introduces himself as Sotaro Shiga and while you’re picking up your cards, he takes one of yours and leaves before the event starts, stating that he’s found you as his ideal woman. After entering the event hall, you meet a fortuneteller who predicts that you will walk away with ten gorgeous men, but nine of them are liars. You try to ask what he means, but he walks away.
The event goes where everyone has three minutes to talk to his or her partner and then switch to another person. Along with some undesirables, you meet Asuza Kurono, Joe Yazawa, Itaru Yuikawa, Kazumi Kagami, Toya Kashi, and Kunio Muroi. Among them, you encounter your college friend and former crush, Keima Katagri. Before getting to talk with Shuto Matsuki, a famous soccer player, you get a call from your coworker and leave the event hall, unaware that your destiny would change forever.
By order of appearance
A 31 year-old president of an IT company that you know through work.
A 29 year-old talented but aloof surgeon who has an intense rivalry with Itaru.
A 27 year-old fun-loving and cheeky freelance graphic designer.
A 32 year-old stock trader that you knew from college and your former crush.
A 32 year-old newly famous fashion designer who’s quite eccentric and stylish.
A 28 year-old foreign exchange trader who shares similar interests with you and has an intense rivalry with Sotaro.
A 40 year-old famous mystery novelist who is very laidback and mature.
A 28 year-old famous patisserie whom you’re a fan of his desserts.
A 38 year-old diplomat who’s quite a smooth talker and a fan of classic cars.
A 25 year-old famous soccer player who’s devoted to his family.
- Main article: Liar! Uncover the Truth Minor Characters
- This MC is much more different than from previous games for she's described as spunky and a badass.
- This is one of the very few Voltage games where it’s rated over 17 in the English version; this is because of the heavy use of profanity and some disturbing content in the storyline.
- Even though the guys all lied about something to the MC, she lied as well: She puts on this persona where she's a stylish city girl who's good at being domestic, but her apartment is messy, terrible at cooking, and hides the fact she's from the country.
- This MC shares some similarities with the MC from Finally, in Love Again: They are both really good and passionate at their job, pressured into getting married because of their mother and age (however this MC is under 30 while FILA’s MC is over 30), have messy apartments and are embarrassed by it, attended a matchmaking event where they meet their love interests.
- The gameplay is similar to the Ace Attorney series: the MC and Phoenix must collect evidence and then use it to figure out how to expose the truth from the liar/witness.
- In addition, both Phoenix and the MC’s sprites are only visible during the trial and accusation stages respectively.
- This is the first game where the MC has more background information than the guys; background information for the liars are revealed in the True Ending.
- In the 3rd Liar route, the MC’s measurements are 32-23-33.
- This is the first Voltage game where the MC is drawn with eyes in the CGs in both English and Japanese versions, and have a sprite that's shown in the main story.
- This is also the first Voltage game where the MC is given a voice actress, as seen in this TVCM.
- This is the first party game to utilize the same sounds when making a selection in the novel games. It is also the first game to have options and provide advice during Flirt Time.
- The game makes a cameo appearance as a TV show in Irresistible Mistakes.
- In March 2017, Voltage released a game called Fake - All Entertainers are Liars? in Japan that's heavily based on the gameplay as well as the plot and art style. It's currently available on Google Play.