Mary Skelter: Nightmares

Mary Skelter: Nightmares

 

With Mary Skelter: Nightmares set to launch on PlayStation Vita next week (September 19th for NA and September 22nd for EU), a new set of characters have been revealed. The game will be available in both physical and digital formats and it will also support PlayStation TV. To celebrate the game’s impending release, the developers have put out a new press release with their fourth character spotlight.┬áIn character spotlight #4, we get to meet the Dawn Liberation Force.

“Not all in the Jail are imprisoned within a cell. Some have escaped and settled within the Liberated District, an area outside of the Jail’s dangerous dungeons. Here, refugees are safe from Nightmares and protected by the Dawn Liberation Force, an organization that researches the Jail to find a means of escape.”
Mary Skelter: Nightmares
Professor Tohjima

 

Professor Tohjima has been researching the jail ever since the Dawn Liberation Force’s founding. He is now an expert on the jail thanks to his determination to eventually escape.

 

Mary Skelter: Nightmares
Haru

 

Haru is the Dawn Liberation Force’s weapons craftsman who possesses the ability to create Blood weapons for the Blood Maidens. He may have vulgar language and a bad attitude, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t care for Jack and the girls.

 

Mary Skelter: Nightmares
Lady Oohime

 

Lady Oohime leads a religious group known as the “Order of the Sun”. This group resides in the Liberation District, where they shelter orphans. Her words are filled with mystery, though.

 

Mary Skelter: Nightmares
Snark

 

Snark is the leader of the nightmares, but his origins and even his appearance remain a mystery. Professor Tohjima met Snark long ago, but Snark has mysteriously not been seen since.

 

You can find out about these characters and a whole bunch more on the Mary Skelter: Nightmares Official Website. It also has story information, an image gallery, wallpapers, Twitter icons, and more.

 

Michael Fontanini
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