Entergram announced on August 27 that Gensou Rougoku no Kaleidoscope, also referred to as Kaleidoscope of Phantasm Prison, will launch on December 17, 2020 in Japan, on PlayStation Vita, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. the sport is going to be 4400 Yen in physical, 3960 Yen in digital, and therefore the edition is 7700 Yen. All prices are tax includes.
Kaleidoscope of Phantasm Prison first officially announced on August 8, 2019, and may be a horror-themed ADV written by Ryukishi07. The most author of 07th Expansion’s once they Cry series: Higurashi, Umineko, and Ciconia. The sport also includes BGMs by Dai and xaki, two composers of once they Cry.
Kaleidoscope of Phantasm Prison Game Release Date
Happinet confirmed on Saturday during its TGS livestream event that Ryukishi07 (Higurashi: once they Cry series creator) and Itaru Hinoue’s (Clannad character designer) new Kaleidoscope of Phantasm Prison (Gensō Rōgoku no Kaleidoscope) game for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Nintendo Switch will now launch on December 17, delayed from its original release date of November 28, 2019.
Kaleidoscope of Phantasm Prison Game Plot
Kaleidoscope of Phantasm Prison is that the story of 4 girls who end chained up during a torture room. At the middle of the space, a mysterious boy inside a cage tells them they have to kill one for the opposite three to survive, or all die. Players will select four cards to distribute to every one among the women, deciding their fate. The cards are two “Judgment” cards, one “Pierrot” card, and one “Prisoner” card. Players will repeat the sport over and over, changing the role of every girl by changing the cardboard distribution, and check out to work out what’s really happening.
Ryukishi07 officially nicknamed the sport Gerokasu, which suggests “trash” or “vomit” in Japanese. Gerokasu is additionally a word frequently employed by Bernkastel in Umineko.
Lastly, the Grand Opening animation sequence of the sport reveals also. Unlike the primary opening animation which is bright and cheerful, this one reflects truth nature of the sport.