Vengeful Heart Heads to Consoles This Month

Tuesday, March 15th, 2022

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Vengeful Heart Screen

It has been announced that the visual novel Vengeful Heart will be released onto consoles and the Epic Games Store later this month. An exact date has not yet been given to the title. You can take a look at the game’s press release below.

Top Hat Studios is pleased to announce that the retro futuristic visual novel Vengeful Heart is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series S/X in late March — plus, it will hit the Epic Games Store at the same time. The launch date of the title will be late this month, with confirmation of an exact date to follow soon. The release price of this cyberpunk tale will be $10 / €9,99.

In Vengeful Heart you take the role of Josephine Lace, a young hydraulic engineer living in a world where water has become as scarce as liquid gold, and the poor masses are forced to cope with a permanent shortage. Josephine is eager to climb the corporate ladder to improve her living conditions, but a bad twist of fate slams her against the cold, muddy basement of the homeless life. Soon, she becomes hellbent on taking down the system that ruined her and starts looking for more broken hearts to achieve her promised revenge. Will this crazy plan help Josephine get the redemption she longs for?


  • Experience a unique story rich in social commentary with both grim and humoristic undertones, widely inspired by anime series/movies from the late 80s such as Bubblegum Crisis and Akira — any resemblance to real life is purely coincidental.

  • Face the consequences of your decisions in a story that branches with widely different outcomes.

  • Destroy the oligarchy in style: our personal colorful aesthetic will remind you of PC-98. Experience a post-industrial future when the thing we take most for granted – water – becomes liquid gold..

  • Listen to a wonderfully immersive synthwave soundtrack that will make you nostalgic for a time that never was.

SOURCE: Press Release

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