PQube Games bringing CHAOS;CHILD

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

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Today via press release PQube games announced it would be localizing  CHAOS;CHILD for North America and Europe.  This is great news for Visual Novel fans that were hoping that all the teasing they had been doing about this one would pay off.

Here is a bit of information about the game straight from the press release:

CHAOS;CHILD is part of the Science Adventure Series, the visual novel series that also spawned the critically acclaimed STEINS;GATE. Taking place in Shibuya, Tokyo, several years after an earthquake has nearly destroyed the district, it follows Takuru Miyashiro, a high school student who lost his parents in the earthquake, and his group of friends.

When a series of bizarre murder cases take place in Shibuya, Takuru notices that the dates of the murders match up with a series of murders that happened six years before. Using this knowledge, Takuru and his friends begin to investigate and find themselves embroiled in a dangerous murder mystery…

There is also a trailer for your viewing pleasure:

The game will release in Q3 of 2017 for the PlayStation 4 and Vita consoles.

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  • Panpopo

    Glad they are taking a chance with this. I hope it does well

  • Mr0303

    Eh, not a fan of VNs, but PQube have been great at localising niche titles.