Anamorphine, a surreal journey diversion announced in October, will launch for PlayStation 4 and PC on Jan 16, 2018 for $19.99, developer Artifact 5 announced.
The game, that supports (but does not require) PlayStation VR on PlayStation 4, and HTC Vive and Oculus Rift on PC, follows a mental illness of protagonist Tyler as he revisits a period of milestones that conclude his attribute with his mother Elena, who falls plant to an collision that robs her of her ability to play a cello, that represented both her provision and romantic outlet.
Here is an overview of a game, around a Steam page:
Explore a past as we solve a benefaction in Anamorphine, a surreal journey of rendered emotions.
Tyler, a immature male in post-traumatic denial, revisits a period of milestones that conclude his attribute with his mother Elena, who falls plant to an collision that robs her of her provision and romantic outlet. Tyler’s mental misunderstanding warps his past as he struggles to come to terms with his shame and inability to assistance Elena when she sensitively slips into depression.
Told with no discourse or movement button, Anamorphine’s account comes together by Tyler’s dream-like memories, contorting and draining into any other with his mental state. Will we confront a past and try to find a approach to pierce on, or will we let it devour you?
Content Advisory: Although a diversion facilities no fight or assault it does try themes of mental health, depression, and loss.
- A story-rich sourroundings exploring an elaborating relationship.
- A surreal sourroundings but content or denunciation that changes in illusory ways to paint a protagonist’s middle feelings.
- Combat-free gameplay! Take your time to expose secrets and concentration on a experience.
Anamorphine will be playable on PlayStation VR during PlayStation Experience 2017, that runs from Dec 9 to 10 in Anaheim, California.
Watch a new developer walkthrough video below.