Fatal Twelve coming to Switch this spring in Japan

Mystery visual novel adds another platform.

Fatal Twelve

Prototype will release a Switch version of Aiueo Kompany-developed mystery visual novel Fatal Twelve this spring in Japan, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals.

Fatal Twelve first launched worldwide for PC via Steam in March 2018 worldwide, followed by PlayStation 4 in August 2019 worldwide.

Here is an overview of the game, via the PlayStation Store:

Shishimai Rinka thought her life was over… Until she woke up and continued her everyday routine as if her fatal accident had never happened.

Day by day, her sense of unease grew. Until a mysterious girl spoke to her in her dreams. “A game is about to begin. This is your chance to truly be reborn.”

Presenting a new suspense adventure game! Featuring full HD graphics and text available in English or Japanese (fully voiced in Japanese only).

(Contains scenes of fires, explosions, and other violent situations. Player discretion is advised.)

Thanks, Ryokutya2089.

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