Scissorwalker Creeps Closer As J-Horror Game NightCry Gets A Spring 2016 Release

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Store pages for NightCry, successor to J-horror series Clock Tower, have appeared on Steam and Playism, stating that the game will be released this Spring.




The Playism page offers 4 tiers for purchase. The base game sells for $24.99, but players can get a version that contains a soundtrack for $39.99, one that adds a PDF artbook to that bundle for $49.99, and one that also piles on a PDF copy of Takashi Shimizu’s storyboards for the live-action trailer for $59.99.




NightCry is a point & click horror game where players can only run and hide from the monster, the Scissorwalker. When not avoiding the monster, the main character can search the cruise liner she’s on for clues as to why someone is stalking the guests and crew.

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