Narcissu 10th Anniversary Anthology Project – Sumire Launching Today

Friday, March 17th, 2017

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Narcissu 10th Anniversary Anthology Project – Sumire is launching today on PC and Steam. This dramatic story about life and death will run you $9.99 at launch with a 10% discount.
Here is more about this kinetic novel straight from the PR:

Narcissu Sumire is the latest chapter in Narcissu series, once again revisiting deeply personal stories of living and dying. It follows the journey of two heroines, both are filled with deep regrets over mistakes that they’ve made in the

past.

There’s Sumire, a young

woman who had spent the past ten years only playing video games and being a shut-in, refusing to go outside. After a decade of playing games alone, she falls ill and is sent to the 7th Floor hospice. When confronted with her imminent death, she realizes that she will leave this world having no significant memories, completed nothing, and leaving nothing behind.

Then there is Akari, a young woman who has spent the past ten years alone in a hospital, the result of a tragic sequence of misunderstandings and circumstances. Now, full of regrets about what happened, she wishes only to live “in the world of closed eyes” and sleep — forever.

But one da

y, the two lost souls c

ross paths, and in that

chance meeting, their journey begins…

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