Deemo: The Last Recital for PS Vita coming west as a digital-only title this spring

Acttil and PM Studios bringing the rhythm game westward.

Deemo: The Last Recitcal

Acttil and PM Studios will release Deemo: The Last Recital for PS Vita via PlayStation Network in North America and Europe this spring, the companies announced.

The rhythm game, originally released for iOS and Android, follows a “heart-wrenching, urban fantasy story brought to life with gorgeous hand-drawn artwork” and “beautiful piano melodies.” Its smartphone version has been downloaded over five million times.

Here’s an overview of the game:

Story

Deemo is a mystical creature who lives a life of solitude deep within a mysterious castle. One day, a little girl plummets from the sky. She has no idea who she is, or where she comes from. As Deemo tries to help the little girl return to her world, they discover a strange tree attached to a piano which grows taller with each note it hears. How will Deemo adjust to a companionship it has never before experienced? Will the little girl be able to handle whatever truths she may gain if her lost memories return? Accompanied by the haunting notes of the piano, help uncover the mysteries surrounding the mystical Deemo and the enigmatic girl from the sky.

Key Features

  • Music of hearts! – 100+ captivating songs from various composers and genres await you! Let the voice of the piano calm your heart!
  • 3 difficulty modes! – Start with Easy mode and work your way up to Hard mode to test your sense of rhythm via simple, intuitive gameplay!
  • Beautiful hand-drawn artwork! –The gorgeous hand-drawn art will tug at your heartstrings as the gripping story unfolds!
  • Mesmerizing story! – The music, artwork, and narrative all come together in this amazingly charming experience! Submerge yourself in the world of Deemo!

In Asia, a retail version of Deemo: The Last Recital for PS Vita with English subtitles has been available since early 2016.

Watch a trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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