Mary Skelter Finale details Gatou, Towa, and Murder Hunt

Run, run, run for your life.

Mary Skelter Finale

Compile Heart has updated the official website for 3D dungeon RPG Mary Skelter Finale with details on characters Gatou and Towa, as well as the “Murder Hunt” system.

Get the details below.

■ Characters: Mary’s Group

Gatou (voiced by ???)

Mary Skelter Finale

One of the few survivors of the surface, who runs into Mary and her group while barely alive. He knows a bit about surface, and shares his knowledge of the world’s condition and how to survive.

■ Characters: Zyu’s Group

Towa Kadowaki (voiced by Fukushi Ochiai)

Mary Skelter Finale

The former Dawn gatekeeper that guarded the entrance to the Liberated District. His parents were killed by Marchen in the past, and he has been working out day after day to enact his revenge. Since learning the truth behind Dawn’s “Professor” and the Blood Maidens, he has become somewhat untrusting.

■ System: Murder Hunt

Nightmares are “invincible” creatures. They are beings that, even if killed, possess the immortal nature to resurrect…

Once you get sucked into a “Nightmare Space” and are discovered by a Nightmare, a Murder Hunt will commence. If the Nightmare catches up with you, you could be on the receiving end of a vicious attack…

In Mary Skelter Finale, there is also a new element in that a Baymare will cling to the Blood Maidens if they get attacked by a Nightmare.

You will have no chance of winning in an encounter against the invincible Nightmare. Use traps and destroy body parts in battle while running for your life. If you manage to make it outside of the Nightmare Space, the Nightmare will lose sight of the Blood Maidens, allowing you to escape.

Mary Skelter Finale

Mary Skelter Finale

Mary Skelter Finale

Mary Skelter Finale is due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch on October 8 in Japan. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

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