New PS4 / PS Vita Death-Game Visual Novel Exile Election Revealed by Nippon Ichi Software

The latest Famitsu has fully revealed the recently teased game from Nippon Ichi Software.

Titled simply Tsuiho Senkyo, or Exile Election in English, the new PlayStation 4 and PS Vita visual novel is set within a “closed theme park” where characters have to vote on who lives and who gets to die.

Details are scant, but we know there will be at least a dozen unique characters and a mascot named Alice. Featured above, the magazine shows off the protagonist (left) who has black and white hair.

The story begins when the mysterious doll mascot Alice, who refers to itself as the administrator of the theme park, presents a game to kill each other known as “discussion.” This leads the player to enter the game filled with intrigue and rumors.

Development on the title is roughly 90% complete, and it’s set for a release on April 27th in Japan.

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  • Mr0303

    As long as you are able to murder the annoying characters it would be fine.

  • catazxy

    I’m glad the vita has no games.

  • AR7777

    Sounds interesting

  • Leandro Teixeira

    Looks really cool, but the fact that this is Nippon Ichi it means that if it comes over it will be handed over to NISA and this worries me

  • “But, guys, it’s only *minor* censorship.” -Jesse

  • sanic

    theme park you say…

  • SuuLoliBoob

    That’s the one thing that really annoyed me about undershit (Well, other then almost everything else) is the fact that you COULDN’T kill the most annoying thing in the fucking game unless you did a couple of very specific things. So, yeah, if this game has annoying characters, please yet them be killable.

  • Niche’s Commenting Regulars

    So another Dangan Ronpa style game. Guess they finally scrounged enough pennies under the couch to make this.

  • Mr0303

    This is why I liked Until Dawn. I usually dislike games similar to the Telltale efforts, but the range of annoying teenagers to kill in horrific ways was something that appeals to me.

  • Leandro Teixeira

    “But it, hum, doesn’t even affect the story”

  • Tubsiwub

    Awesome, I want it. Hoping for a western release.

  • Fenrir007

    “The story begins when the mysterious doll mascot Alice, who refers to itself as the administrator of the theme park, presents a game to kill each other known as “discussion.”

    Sounds more like the internet than a theme park.

  • Zero Eternity

    All I could think once I read the name was Alice was “Would you please die for me?”

  • Lynn Mooney

    Cool, can’t wait for more information on Exile Election. I enjoy Danganronpa and the Zero Escape series this game looks interesting. :)

  • Pilebunker

    Ever since NIS’s Disgaea devs left they’ve been making many low budget games. I don’t know why they would treat their long time partners so badly to the point that they would leave.

    Anyway I like the sound of this but I hope it’s not too linear kind of like 999. It had a ton of replay value because it had many endings and the right path wasn’t simply “don’t be a dick and you get best ending”. Hope it turns out well.