99 Spirits Available on Steam

Friday, November 15th, 2013

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99 Spirits

If stories of revenge in Feudal-era Japan featuring heavy doses of folklore and puzzle elements are right up your alley, then you might be excited to know that 99 Spirits is now available via Steam. The title, which was approved via Steam Greenlight in October, can now be purchased for $14.99 USD through the Steam store. A purchase of the game will also include a copy of its original Japanese version as a separate entry into your Steam library.

An Artbook & Music Collection featuring the game’s OST and a digital art book can also be purchased for $14.99; or if you’re a big collector, you can splurge for the Steam Special Edition. At $24.99, the price is right for a copy of the game, the 17-track OST, the 60 page digital art book, and the original Japanese version of the title. All three options are currently on sale for 10% off and will continue to be discounted until November 19th.

99 Spirits was originally released in Japan as Tsukumogami by Japanese indie game circle TORaIKI last fall. Since then, the game has been the recipient of the Indie Dev Grant and had a hugely successful run onĀ IndieGoGo before Fruitbat Factory brought it outside of Japan as 99 Spirits this past May. The protagonist, a girl named Hanabusa, fights to avenge her mother’s death in a Feudal-era Japan where everyday objects gain a life of their own on their 100th birthday.

The Steam version will include 49 Steam achievements, stats, access to the Steam Cloud andĀ Steam Trading Cards. The game itself also features multiple endings and dual audio. Check out the trailer below for a look at what the game has to offer.

 

About Angela Hinck

Former Contributor: Content Manager- Situated in sunny Florida, Angela spends plenty of time watching anime and playing video games. RPGs and survival-horror are her go-to genres; but if it's weird or different, she's willing to give a shot. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with a BA in Creative Writing and now puts her skills to good use writing about the nerdier things in life, including news and game reviews for Operation Rainfall.