Cyberpunk Survival Horror Sequel “SENSE/s: Midnight” Coming to Steam this Fall
SUZAKU Games recently revealed that their upcoming 3D survival horror game SENSE/s: Midnight is coming to PC in fall 2021 and is now available to add to your wishlist on Steam.
SENSE/s: Midnight is the first of multiple planned anthology style sequels to 2020’s Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, which was released for both PC and Nintendo Switch.
Inspired by survival horror classics such as Fatal Frame and Resident Evil, SENSE/s: Midnight aims to max out the feeling of dread with tank controls, fixed camera angles, and limited inventory space.
Here’s the official breakdown of the game taken from the SENSE/s: Midnight Steam page:
Uesugi Kaho is an outgoing and adventurous college student and member of her school’s occult research club. When Returning to Japan for a family visit, the other club members dare Kaho to investigate an infamous urban legend; The Midnight Door of Ikebukuro Walking Park. Of course Kaho jumps at the opportunity to prove the legend true and capture positive proof of the paranormal. However, entering the long abandoned park just before 12:00 a.m. and opening the Midnight Door may be the worst mistake she will ever make…
SENSE/s: Midnight is a full 3d survival horror game taking major cues from Fatal Frame and Resident Evil, featuring TANK CONTROLS and FIXED CAMERA ANGLES in order to capture the truest essence of classic survival horror titles. Discover the secrets of the park via environmental storytelling and lore, manage your limited inventory slots carefully to avoid backtracking, weigh risk and reward on puzzles that may alert the vengeful spirits of the park, use hiding spots to temporarily elude your pursuer, and remember, there is only one place you can safely save your game… Expect the Ikebukuro walking park to ooze dreadful atmosphere while the ever-present threat of a relentless Onryo stalks and chases you wherever you go!
You can add SENSE/s: Midnight to your Steam wishlist here.
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