First look at Experience horror adventure game NG

Second entry in "spirit horror" series due out on August 9 in Japan.

Pre-orders for NG, the newly announced second entry in Experience’s “spirit horror” adventure series for PS Vita, have gone up at various Japanese online retailers, which provide a first look at the game.

Get the details below.

■ Summary

Danger beyond this point!

Tokyo, 1999. A certain girl suddenly disappeared from the city. With that event as the catalyst, a boy got dragged into a game of life and death. Spirits and ghosts themed after fantasy and legends will gradually corrode everyday life, transforming common sense into something else.

“They have no rhyme or reason.”

The boy clenches his fists and fights—alongside no-doubt-about-it outlaws!

■ Characters (via Weekly Famitsu)


A quiet high school boy who makes money through street fighting. In chasing after his little sister, who disappeared, he sets foot into an extraordinary world…

Seiji Amanome

The protagonist’s childhood friend. He is an honors student who puts on the act of being well-behaved, but will do whatever it takes to achieve his goal. He is the son of the leader of the Amanome family yakuza organization.

Kaoru Hazuki

A female high school student who likes goth-loli apparel, she is a friend of Ami Kijima and has an innocent appearance, but she is rbave and loves stories about spirits.

Ami Kijima

The protagonist’s younger sister, related by marriage. She can be somewhat faint of heart, but she is a dilligent person. She seems to have suddenly gone missing.

Mitsuru Maruhashi

A member of the Amanome family yakuza organization. A self-proclaimed gangster informant, he is a thoughtless man who quickly gets riled up and is easily carried away.

■ A Completely New Title Themed After the Corrosion of Everyday Life

Developed with the concept of Japanese horror’s “creeping fear,” NG is the second entry in the “spirit horror” series. Unlike the first entry, Death Mark, NG is a horror experience that plays out in a familiar setting, where the player confronts ghosts themed after fantasy and legends. By the time it occurs to you, your daily life may have already been encroached on…



■ An Unknown Fear Experience Told through Outlaws and Horror

One of the traits of NG is its fusion of “outlaws” and “horror.” It offers a never before done, unknown fear experience through its Fumiya Sumio-illustrated characters and profoundly in depth scenarios.




■ Numerous “Fear”-Inducing Scenes

With the introduction of the new “Survival Escape” system, NG is an even greater production of “fear.” Additionally, NG offers an even greater sense of uneasiness and tension with aspects like the “Crisis Choice” system where any error in judgment will prove immediately fatal or when “death” visits your companions.



NG is due out for PS Vita on August 9 in Japan.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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