Top Hat Studios is gearing up to publish the Suzaku developed adventure mystery Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, a game that was crowdfunded through Kickstarter.
Influenced by games like the Fatal Frame and Clock Tower series, Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story has plenty of gamers interested in its cyberpunk noir premise and world. In a recent update to backers, the developer confirmed that they plan on launching their official Steam page soon once the game gets through Valve approval. From the page, fans will be able to download a new demo of the game, but it will also be available on via the game’s itch.io page.
This upcoming demo of the game has new features that were not included in the previous build. Things like character art and cutscenes can now be found in the game as well as new mini-games and an inventory system. Additionally, the demo will include a journal menu where players can check out notes and lore item details.
In the update, the developer has confirmed that they will release the game in 2020 and the extra time will allow them to further polish and test the game. Also, the team made sure to note that they might very well be the last game released for PlayStation Vita. Everything on their end states that they are clear to release on the platform and they will make any potential cut-off for the system support.
The team is also going to work towards a digital release on Xbox One and they will have news to share for a possible Switch release soon.
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