Nippon Ichi Software has announced (via Dengeki) their latest horror game, and it’s for both PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.
The new game is actually a port of Iwaihime: Matsuri, a Japanese horror visual novel by Higurashi When They Cry and Umineko When They Cry creator Ryukishi07.
Originally released for PC last year, the game focuses on a terrifying and depressing story revolving around a curse, and has CGs by Kina Kazuharu.
Here’s a synopsis of the game, via the VNDB:
Hajakenshou. Crush evil, spread the truth.
It is said that each generation, upon reaching a certain age, all boys of the Susuhara family leave home and become independent. Then, relying only on themselves, they train body and soul until they are accepted as adults. And so I prepared myself for this day, learning a great many things so I’d be ready to live on my own.
Susuda Prefectoral High School. My new school. Originally, I planned to enter in first year rather than transfer in second year. Life at school is carefree, and even pleasant. Everyone has a great time in class 2-A. There’s just… her, Toe Kurokami. “Weird” doesn’t begin to describe her. Always holding that Japanese doll against her chest, never letting go for a second. Some whisper it is a cursed doll, whose hair grows when no one is looking. But it’s just an uncanny doll, with nothing special about it. Yet, perhaps my meeting that girl was fate… No, it was fate.
A release date wasn’t announced.