Japanese Spirit Hunting Game NG Coming To Consoles, PC Globally In October

Posted: Jul 5 2019, 9:54pm CDT | by , in Technology News

Japanese spirit hunting game NG coming to consoles, PC globally in October
NG / Photo by Aksys Games

Beware the creeping horror...

Japanese spirit game Death Mark will finally see the global release of its sequel, called “NG,” created by the same developers, Experience Inc. and published by Aksys Games.

Death Mark has been available on the PlayStation Vita in Japan since June 2017 before the global rollout on the PlayStation 4 in January 2018 and on the Nintendo Switch on June 2018.

The follow-up story to Experience’s Spirit Hunter series, NG, meanwhile, has been available for Japanese gamers since September 2018. The international launch is scheduled to take place this October for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation Vita, and for PCs through Steam.

NG features a different casting from that of its predecessor. Its storyline takes place five years later in 1999, and centers on a male protagonist who is out to discover who is responsible for the disappearance of his sister. The lead character teams up with other characters, face spirits of legend and set on a quest to dictate the narrative of the game.

NG will take gamers to quiet residentials streets and neighbourhood parks that are invaded by monsters. Players can use a flashlight to examine each location in a puzzle-like gameplay to solve the game’s mystery.

NG players are offered a “Judge System,” letting them respond to each event with different reactions according to how they want the game to go. One small error in judgment could cost you life or death.

In addition, NG will have a “Survival Escape” system, triggering an adrenaline rush to its players.

NG is currently up for pre-order on Aksys Games’ website at $39.99 for the PlayStation 4, slashed from the initial starting price of $49.99.

Aksys Games is also gearing up for the upcoming launches of its other titles like Fishing Star World Tour for Nintendo Switch this September and Ghost Parade for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch this November.

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