Mary Skelter Finale details ‘Before Story’ system

Get caught up on the stories of Mary Skelter: Nightmares and Mary Skelter 2.

Compile Heart has updated the official website for 3D dungeon RPG Mary Skelter Finale with details on the game’s “Before Story” system.

Get the details below.

Before Story

If Mary Skelter Finale is your first time playing the Mary Skelter series, then worry not! With the “Before Story” feature, you can view the full story of the Mary Skelter series at any time!

Mary Skelter Finale includes a “Before Story” review system that lets you view the full stories of Mary Skelter: Nightmares and Mary Skelter 2. By viewing the “Before Story,” you can enjoy the story of the Mary Skelter series in its entirety.

By selecting “Before Story” from the title screen, you will then be able to select between Mary Skelter: Nightmares and Mary Skelter 2, and then between the “Story” and “Bonus” options.

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By selecting the “Story” option, you can view the events of the game’s main and sub scenarios.

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Of course, for those who have already played Mary Skelter: Nightmares or Mary Skelter 2, you also can also choose to only view the scenes you want to see again.

—A scene from Mary Skelter: Nightmares.

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—A scene from Mary Skelter 2.

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It should be noted that characters are not voiced in the “Before Story” events.

By selecting the “Bonus” option, you will then be able to select between “Gallery,” “Music,” and “Character” options. In the “Gallery,” you can view videos and event CG, as well as background images. In “Music,” you can listen to background music. And in “Character,” you can view each character.

Mary Skelter Finale is due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch on August 27 in Japan. Read more about the game here, here, and here.

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