Back in 1995—Tokyo-based developer Throw the Warped Code Out’s horror game throwback to classics like Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and Alone in the Dark—will launch for PC via Steam in April, the studio announced.
The game uses low polygons, special distorted textures, very difficult controls, and runs in a low resolution. It aims to reproduce the aesthetic of the horror games from the PlayStation and Sega Saturn era.
The latest version of the game will be playable at Unite 2016 Tokyo from April 4 to 5.
In May last year, the developer said it was looking for a publisher to release the game on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, as well. (Update: In a tweet to Gematsu, creator Takaaki Ichijo said, “the console version is just an idea at this time,” but that he ‘wants to try.’)
Watch the latest trailer, released last September, below.