Divine Prison Tower: Mary Skelter New Details

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

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Mary Skelter

More details have emerged regarding the multi-developer collaboration Divine Prison Tower: Mary Skelter. We showed last week some of the first screenshots and information about this interesting PS Vita dungeon crawler, and this week arrives with some new additions. The first major news is the release date of October 13th in Japan. There is no news on the translation, importing, or localization however, so we’ll keep an eye on those things. We also have new character introductions on the official website, which Gematsu has helpfully translated.

Oyayubihime (Thumbelina) Mary Skelter

The first is Oyayubihime (Thumbelina):

The eldest of three sisters belonging to the Chishiki Girls Squad. Given that she is the eldest, she is strict with Jack and is often seen scolding him. Even when she wants to compliment Jack when he’s done something praiseworthy, she has a hard time doing so, as she can be quite bashful at times. She left a single cell floor before meeting Jack and company, and assumed she completed her mission successfully, but…

Mary Skelter Shirayukihime (Snow White)

The second new character is Shirayukihime (Snow White):

The middle child of the three sisters who is kind and gentle to anyone she comes into contact with. She speaks kindly to Jack, who is wrapped around the fingers of the girls, and tries to lend a hand, but her clumsy nature often has an undesirable result. Whether it’s her lack of self-confidence or a result of cause and effect, there is a side to her that’s afraid to look in the mirror.

Mary Skelter Nemurihime (Sleeping Beauty)

And our third fairy tale princess is Nemurihime (Sleeping Beauty):

The youngest of the three sisters, she has a mysterious manner of behaving. Due to her aimless manners, there are many scenes where she bewilders Jack, but she also extends a hand (or breast) to Jack when he is troubled. She rarely speaks words, but often conveys her intentions by nodding or shaking her head instead. When she does speak, her voice sounds drowsy.

Both the character art and the dungeon designs have piqued my interest thus far, and I love dungeon crawler RPG’s, so I’m keeping a keen eye on this game’s development. For further news, you can be assured that we will report it here at Operation Rainfall.

About William Haderlie

Born in the 1970's, I've been an avid participant for much of video game history. A lifetime of being the sort of supergeek entrenched in the sciences and mathematics has not curbed my appreciation for the artistry of video games, cinema, and especially literature.




  • Mr0303

    I’m loving the fairy tales themed characters. Curious to see more of the game.

  • Dgnfly

    Not a big fan of dungeon crawlers they kinda tire fast cause it feel repetative in gameplay and surrounding.

  • Panpopo

    This game sounds very interesting, thanks for posting. It is always interesting to see what different cultures do with public domain characters.

  • William Haderlie

    Agreed with you guys about the interesting fairy tale aesthetic. I will definitely be keeping an eye on this property and so far it’s looking good for a potential Western translation. Dungeon crawlers, as of late, seem to be selling pretty well on the PS Vita.