Gnosia for Switch physical edition launches December 17 in JapanPhysical edition includes several bonus items.
Happinet will release a physical edition of Petit Depotto-developed “debate-style RPG” Gnosia for Switch on December 17 in Japan for 4,800 yen, the company announced.
The physical edition will include the following bonus items:
- Seven reversible cover arts
- Gnosia-themed earphones
- The two hair pins worn by in-game character Setsu
Gnosia is available now for Switch via the Nintendo eShop and PS Vita via the PlayStation Store in Japan for 2,750 yen.
Here is an overview of the game, via our previous coverage:
Gnosia lie. They pretend to be human, become close to them, deceive them, and one by one eliminate those that come to know them from this universe—.
On a drifting spaceship, the crew members faced against the unknown enemy Gnosia, which attack people, attempt a single strategy to resolve their crisis situation. That is, put the most suspicious people among them into cold sleep one person at a time, and deactivate all Gnosia that made their way onto the spaceship.
However, it is difficult to tell whether someone is a Gnosia or a poor soul made to be a scapegoat. Will the humans have the last laugh, or—?
Gnosia is a “Werewolf game” set in a science-fiction world. One playthrough (loop) is about 15 minutes-long, and the protagonist, character cast, and story developments are different for each playthrough.
During dialogue parts, where the characters discuss who among them is a Gnosia, each character including the protagonist calls others into question. After defending themselves and dispelling doubts, the characters vote for the most suspicious person among them. The person with the highest number of votes will be put into cold sleep.
During the movement parts that follow, you can explore the ship and talk to each character. Increasing your favorability among the crew members and giving credence to yourself is one way of doing things, or you can probe those you find to be worth questioning. Use this time to give proceed with the upper hand.
Thanks, IGN Japan.