Death Mark limited edition announced for North America

Includes art book, soundtrack CD, tattoo sheet, and slipcase.

Death Mark

Aksys Games will release a limited edition for Death Mark in North America, Amazon listings (PlayStation 4, Switch, PS Vita) reveal.

The limited edition will include a copy of the game on either PlayStation 4, Switch, or PS Vita, an exclusive 96-page full-color hardcover art book, soundtrack CD, temporary tattoo sheet, and a dramatic-printed slipcase to hold everything.

While a western release date for Death Mark has yet to be announced, Amazon has it listed as a placeholder October 31. It will be released for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PS Vita. Here is a brief overview of the game, via Amazon:

About

In Death Mark, a strange rumor is spreading in Tokyo’s H City: those who possess the “mark” will die. Unexpectedly appearing on the body, like a chewed up birthmark, the “mark” is said to result in an unknown death. Now, having lost your memory, you stand before a mysterious house said to protect those who possess the “mark.” As the doors swing open, the countdown to death has already begun.

Key Features

  • Search and Survive! – To avoid an almost certain gruesome death at the “hands” of angry spirits, you’ll need to search your surroundings for clues to increase your odds of survival.
  • Choose, But Choose Wisely – Finding clues and hints isn’t nearly enough, you’ll need to act upon your newfound knowledge by making wise decisions.
  • Ghost-Busting – Sometimes the Sword is more powerful than the pen and when words fail, it’s time to stand your ground. Remember the price of not holding your own is an untimely death.
  • Riddles Me This – It’s not enough to defeat the spirit that cursed you, you need to do it in the right way. If you don’t you might survive, but ending up wishing you hadn’t.

View glamour shots of the limited edition at the gallery.

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