First look at Death Mark for PS Vita

The new horror adventure game from Experience.

Death Mark

Famitsu has gone up with its first online preview for Death Mark, the newly announced PS Vita horror adventure game from Experience, a developer generally known for its dungeon RPGs.

Here’s an overview of the game’s story:

Those who possess the “mark” will die. In the Tokyo metropolitan area’s H City, where such rumors began to circulate, a case thought to be a suspicious death as a result of the “mark” had occurred. This “mark” was unexpectedly engraved onto the body, literally like a birthmark. The cause of the birthmark is uncertain and has invited various rumors, such as it being the result of a ghost encounter somewhere or unknowingly coming into contact with a curse. One day, among those who possess the “mark,” people were invited to a certain mansion. You are among those people. “Welcome to Kujou Mansion.” The lord who greets you is a beautiful doll who speaks language. The doll quietly began to speak, “You will die if you stay like this…” “but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a way to be saved.”

Death Mark

Death Mark

Death Mark is due out for PS Vita in Japan in summer 2017 for 4,800 yen.

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