FuRyu Unveils New Caligula PS Vita RPG

posted on 2016-02-24 14:45 EST
Persona, Persona 2 writer working on game's scenario

Kadokawa's website announced on Tuesday that game developer FuRyu is developing a new game titled Caligula for the PlayStation Vita. The website is hosting a thumbnail image preview of its feature article in this week's Weekly Famitsu magazine, which ships on Thursday. The article will contain more details on the game.

Famitsu also began streaming a teaser trailer that reveals a June 23 release date. Pre-order bonuses include a soundtrack CD, visual booklet, swimsuit DLC, and an application to participate in a fan event.

The cast members revealed in the video are:

The article describes the game as a "next-generation school juvenile RPG," focused on themes of modern pathology and trauma. The game's title refers to the "Caligula Effect," which is a pattern of behavior where one wants to see or do something the more if it is denied to them. It will be set in a virtual reality world called Moebius, where a group of nine boys and girls are trying to escape the virtual world to return to the real world.

Director Takuya Yamanaka, scenario writer Tadashi Satomi (Shin Megami Tensei: Persona, Persona 2: Innocent Sin, Persona 2: Eternal Punishment), and illustrator Oguchi are on board for the game.

[Via Siliconera]

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