Mary Skelter Finale opening movie, Michiru and Chiaki detailed

Meet the Order of the Sun leaders.

Mary Skelter Finale

Compile Heart has released the opening movie for 3D dungeon RPG Mary Skelter Finale, as well as updated the official website with details on characters Michiru and Chiaki.

The opening movie features the theme song “Katsubou no Dilemma,” which is written, composed, and arranged by Gesshoku Kaigi, and sung by Earphones.

Get the details below.

■ Characters: Jack’s Group

Michiru (voiced by Maya Yoshioka)

Mary Skelter Finale

The founder of the “Order of the Sun” of the underground prison. Achieving her goal of reaching the surface seems to have lightened her mood, but her cryptic remarks and tendency to toy with others have not changed.

■ Characters: Mary’s Group

Chiaki (voiced by Shunichi Toki)

Mary Skelter Finale

Sub-leader of the “Order of the Sun” of the underground prison. He is actually Michiru’s younger brother and constantly worries about her. While he used to be composed and intimidating, reaching the surface has taken a load off of his shoulder and he is now less vigilant.

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, and here.

Watch the opening movie below. View a new set of artwork at the gallery.

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