The House in Fata Morgana, Live In Osaka! Concert Released On Steam

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Fans of the visual novel The House in Fata Morgana now have the option of picking up an add-on covering a 2017 fan event. The House in Fata Morgana, Live in Osaka! concert DLC. This $9.99 video, which requires the base game, has English subtitles and allows people to watch the performances and panels in 4K.


Here is how The House in Fata Morgana’s Live in Osaka! concert works. It is divided into three parts. First, is a performance of some songs from the game. Then, there is a panel with Keika Hanada, the writer and director of both The House in Fata Morgana and The House in Fata Morgana: A Requiem for Innocence, Moyataro, the artist, and Kakeru Kasai, the main character. After the panel is a second set of songs.


The music from The House in Fata Morgana is performed by Gao (vocals), Kerry (backing vocals), Takato Kumashiro (bass), Kanade Matsumoto (drums), and Aiko Nakabayashi (piano). Here is the full setlist, in the order in which songs appear.


  • “The House in Fata Morgana”
  • “Giselle”
  • “Dammi una Sigaretta”
  • “Fabula Escrita”
  • “A Requiem for Innocence”
  • “Reencarnação”
  • “Dance and Stamp and Cheer!”
  • “Serie de Fragmento”
  • “Twilight”
  • “Ciao Carina”


Both The House in Fata Morgana and The House in Fata Morgana: A Requiem for Innocence are available on the PC worldwide. Limited Run Games revealed it will bring The House in Fata Morgana to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in 2019 during E3 2018.

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