Death Come True, an FMV murder mystery from the mind behind Danganronpa, creeps onto iOS and Android on June 25th | Articles


Death Come True, the tremendous promising FMV journey sport, lastly has a confirmed launch date for iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. A big a part of what makes this one so intriguing is that it was written by Danganronpa creator Kazutaka Kodaka.

It’s a murder mystery set inside a wierd resort with even stranger visitors. You play as an amnesiac serial killer who has no reminiscence of his dreadful deeds. He wakes up, discovers that he is being hunted by police, then races to uncover the reality.

Discovering you are a serial killer have to be the worst doable information to have dropped on you, however issues solely worsen from there, with the lead quickly realising that he is gained the means to ‘time leap’ again to the previous. There is, nevertheless, one main draw back to his newfound energy – he has to die to ensure that it to set off.

It’s an ultimate core mechanic for a choose-your-adventure sport comparable to this, and it is one which’s been explored by different titles in the previous, together with Life is Strange. That stated, I’ve little question that Kodaka will put a really contemporary spin on issues.

The sport will help 10 totally different languages at launch: Japanese, English, Spanish, Spanish (Latin America), French, German, Italian, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Korean, and Thai.

Death Come True will arrive globally for iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch on June 25th, and it’s going to be priced at 1,960 Japanese yen, which is roughly $18.00. That appears about proper given the pricing of the lately launched Danganronpa Anniversary Edition. Dave reviewed the port at launch, calling it “an excellent adventure that’s worth your time”, earlier than awarding it an spectacular Silver Rating.

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