Suspect Horror Game: 'Kamaitachi no Yoru (Banshee's Last Cry) Rinne Ayana' Remake for Ps Vita 2017 Release

By Switchy Sam , Updated Nov 17, 2016 12:12 AM EST

The game "Kamaitachi no Yoru (Banshee's Last Cry): Rinne Ayana" will have a remake that will come out next year. Players who love horror and mystery solving cases will surely love this including fans who already played this game on its first release.

This game makes players chill down their spines because of the mystery that needs to be solved before another one will occur. However, with the proper gathering of clues, players will move closer to the true culprit of the game, which can be hard because clues are not easy to find if the player is not perceptive like a detective.

Release date and actors in the game

The planned release of "Kamaitachi no Yoru: Rinne Ayana" was revealed on the Famitsu website. The game's character design is from the famous novel "otome" game creator .G-Senjou no Maou" (The Devil on G-strings) which is Alpha and additional scenarios in the game is from "Higurashi no Naku Koro ni" (Higurashi When They Cry) which is Ryukishi07.

The game's element should be a lighter compared to the previous game series which poses a heavy scene, which makes users uncomfortable. The gameplay and interface did not change entirely compared to previous versions but an enhanced perspective will be guaranteed.

The release date is said to be next year, 2017 on February 16 and will be priced at 6,800 yen. Details regarding release in the West will still be expected in the near future. The characters and their corresponding voice actors are stated in this article from Gematsu website.

With new sets of actors and enhanced gameplay, surely player is excited to play the game on the PS Vita console. Lastly, updates regarding Kamaitachi no Yoru: Rinne Ayane will be awaited to know what Spike Chunsoft, the developers, is up to. For more details on games stay tuned for more!

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