Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly coming to PC in 2018

Featuring English, Korean, and Traditional Chinese text support.

Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly

Intragames will release Idea Factory-developed otome visual novel Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly for PC via Steam in 2018, the publisher announced.

The game first launched for PS Vita in Japan in January 2015, followed by North America and Europe in April 2018 via publisher Aksys Games.

The PC version will feature English, Korean, and Traditional Chinese text support, as well as full Japanese voice-overs, high-definition visuals, and optimized keyboard and mouse controls for parts such as the butterfly hunting mini-game.

Here is an overview of the game, via Intragames:

In Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly, a girl wakes up in a mysterious mansion with no memory of how she got there. Adding to her confusion, she is no able to longer remember her name or past. Before she is able to come to grips with her predicament, she is attacked by a grotesque monster and is forced to run for her life. Follow the black butterflies as your choices unlock numerous story paths, a mansion full of fascinating characters, and a multitude of surprising endings. A mini game lets players unlock additional plot elements. Set in a highly unique, surreal atmosphere with contrasts of bright, psychedelic colors and dark, muted tones, Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly is an unforgettable adventure.

The thrilling Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly overwhelms the player with beautiful visuals, charming characters and mysterious backgrounds. Moreover, the player is bound to decide his or her own destiny for different endings on each decision which the change can be felt as the story goes.

View the first set of screenshots from the PC version at the gallery. Visit the PC version’s official Facebook page here.

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