Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas PC Game's Promo Streamed
posted on by Egan Loo
The studio Nitroplus began streaming a 75-second promotional video for Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas, its computer adventure game prequel based on the ongoing Guilty Crown anime. Nitroplus also announced that the game will ship on May 31 for 5,040 yen (about US$65.70, tax included).
The game is set a decade before the anime on December 25, 2029. On that day, the "Apocalypse Virus" devastated the land in an incident known as "Lost Christmas." Against this backdrop, the game will reveal a previously untold story of the events leading up to the anime.
Jin Haganeya (Demonbane game) wrote the original scenario for the game, and Chuuouhigashiguchi created the original artwork. Both are involved in the anime itself, which premiered on Fuji TV's late-night Noitamina programming block last October. Kanako Itou, a frequent contributor to Nitroplus titles, sings the game's theme song.
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