Dungeon-Crawler ‘Mary Skelter Finale’ Shares New Gameplay Trailer Ahead of PC Launch Next Week

Idea Factory International has revealed a new gameplay trailer for the PC port of their turn-based dungeon-crawling JRPG Mary Skelter Finale, set to launch for Steam on September 12, 2023. The title’s exploration systems and various avenues of character customization are highlighted.

Mary Skelter Finale is currently available on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

The Steam version will include all of the original contents of the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch versions, as well as all of the DLC embedded in-game, including the Mary Skelter: Locked Up in Love – True End, the romantic visual novel.

Mary Skelter Finale is the third entry of the Mary Skelter series, bringing the Blood Maidens through a new fight after the twists of the previous story’s True Ending. The game promises the ending of the jailbreak drama by putting all of the characters against a new menace of a devouring Jail floating in the sky, with beings called Massacre Pink who smile in the seas of blood on the surface. It also includes recaps of the first two games.

Mary Skelter Locked Up In Love was initially released as a pre-order bonus for the Japanese release of Mary Skelter 2 in Japan. The game is set in a high-school setting where the main protagonist Jack interacts with the Blood Maidens from the series and presumably falls in love with one of them. Characters attending Blood High and retain their abilities. The story revolves around rumors that those who confess their feelings are able to escape the living Jail Tower.

In case you missed it, check out our review.

The Deluxe edition will comprise the following:

  • Mary Skelter Finale digital game
  • Character Art Collection
  • Rough Art Collection
  • Original Soundtracks and Art Inlays (78 tracks total)
  • x10 PC Wallpapers
  • x7 Mobile Wallpapers
  • PC Theme

You can view the PC gameplay trailer for Mary Skelter Finale below:

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