The Witch’s House MV console ports get October 2022 release

The Witch's House MV

Just in time for spooky season, publisher DANGEN Entertainment and developer Fummy announced The Witch’s House MV launches this month.

The Witch’s House MV is getting console ports across Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4 on October 13th.

A remake of the classic RPG Maker-made 2012 Japanese horror RPG, the game was remade in RPG Maker MV and release for PC (via Steam) back in 2018.

Here’s a rundown on the horror game:

The Witch’s House MV info

A young girl, Viola, is drawn inexorably to a mysterious manor that seems to change behind her back. It is a place of pain, turmoil and death. Plumb its detestable depths and abominable history. Untangle riddles that bar your perilous path. And flee the hellish halls of The Witch’s House.

The Witch’s House, originally released in 2012, falls within the tradition of Japanese horror RPGs with heavy emphasis on puzzle-solving and jump scares. Among other entries in the genre such as Ib and Ao Oni, The Witch’s House surprised fans with pixel-art that conceals truly frightening horror.

The Witch’s House is deliberately designed with traps at *almost* every turn–sudden death is unpredictable and it keeps players on their toes. Anything can happen at any time.

With completely remastered visuals, The Witch’s House MV will feel fresh to even the most familiar old-school fans. Fans will also be greeted by a new difficulty mode that includes new events upon completion of the base game.

The Witch’s House MV Features

  • Completely reimagined graphics that make for a beautifully terrifying experience.
  • Brand new unlockable difficulty mode with new events and dialogue.
  • Violence and gore that are not recommended for the squeamish. Player discretion advised.
  • Sudden deaths that lurk around every corner and await every misstep.
  • Items must be used deliberately as players solve the puzzles for themselves.
  • Fixed save points (just keep an eye out for the talking black cat).
  • Convenient controls with diagonal movement. Gamepads are supported and recommended.
  • Headphones *strongly* recommended.
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