Paranormasight: The Seven Mysteries of Honjo Director & Writer Expresses Gratitude for Positive Feedback; Plans to Share Behind-the-Scenes Stories
Following the launch of the Square Enix-developed horror mystery adventure, Paranormasight: The Seven Mysteries of Honjo, the game’s official Japanese Twitter account shared a brief message from director and writer Takanari Ishiyama.
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He has stated the following, translated via our team’s Ryuji:
“Hello. Ishiyama, the director of Paranormasight here. We have received a lot of positive feedback. Thank you very much!
I would like to share some behind-the-scenes stories of the game on an irregular basis, so I would appreciate the follow!”
In our review of the game, our writer was thoroughly impressed by this title’s narrative, and just about every player and critic have expressed that sentiment. We’re excited to see any interesting development stories; hopefully, this game will receive the attention it deserves.
Paranormasight: The Seven Mysteries of Honjo follows a mystery adventure where players will face curses that they must overcome. Gameplay takes on visual novel adventure elements where players will interact with other characters and uncover the truth of a string of incidents.
During gameplay, players will explore ambient backgrounds. With the full support and cooperation of the Sumida City Tourism Division, the local museum, the tourist association, and the local community, real-life scenery from Sumida has been photographed with a 360° camera and recreated as photo spheres that cover the entire sky and surroundings.
Players will look for clues, but exploring could lead them to a bad end. There are multiple characters and points of view, but players must deploy curses at the opportune moment or risk being cursed themselves. The main question of the game is, “How far would you go to bring someone back from the dead?”
Paranormasight: The Seven Mysteries of Honjo, is now available on PC via Steam, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices via iOS and Android.
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