Cyberpunk Horror Game Sense Coming to PS4 and PS Vita; Nintendo Switch Stretch Goal Is Close

Originals, PC, Project Sense, PS Vita, PS4

The 2.5D cyberpunk horror game Sense – 不祥的预感: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story developed by Suzaku and published by Top Hat Studios has been on Kickstarter for a couple of weeks, and today we learn that it’s coming to consoles.

The game has just passed the $20,000 stretch goal that brings PS4 and PS Vita versions and is sitting on $22,383, which is over twice as much as its original $10,000 stretch goal.

The further good news is that with eighteen days to go, the $25,000 stretch goal which will unlock a Nintendo Switch release as well is pretty much in the bag. At the moment there is no stretch goal for an Xbox One version, even if there are two “hidden” goals at $50,000 and $100,000.

If you’re curious on what the game is all about, here’s an official description:

“Sense – 不祥的预感: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story is a 2.5D game inspired by Clock Tower and Fatal Frame. With careful attention to pacing, atmosphere and storytelling, Sense hopes to return the horror genre to its roots; celebrating the slow, fearful creep of dread instead of relying on over the top action and jump scares. The ghosts – as glitches on our reality – act as spiritual and paranormal threats, not monsters to be killed. The horror of our story comes from atmosphere and storytelling, not loud sound and artificial effects.”

Below you can also see an official trailer, and a piece of artwork showing protagonist Mei in PlayStation-themed costume to celebrate the new platforms.

If you want to contribute to the project yourself (and to that Switch version), you can do so on the official Kickstarter page. If you’d rather try the game before (or after) committing, you can also download a playable demo for PC and Mac.

Source link

Articles You May Like

To Make The Elder Scrolls VI Incredible, Bethesda Needs to Look Back at Their Past
Final Fantasy XIV Companion App Coming in Late July
New SoulCalibur VI Gameplay Shows Ivy, Taki, Maxi, and Kilik in Action
Lego: Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles’ Launch Trailer Shows Game in Action, Available Today
Capcom Reveals First Screenshots and Details for Resident Evil 2

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *