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Death Mark OST FeaturedTo celebrate the recent release and positive reception of Death Mark, Aksys Games is giving the title a vinyl record treatment. Available January 1, 2019, this album will feature 10 track selections from the game spread evenly across both sides. It will come on a standard 12” record and will be available exclusively on Aksys Games’ website. Capped at a mere 400 copies, this release will be exceedingly limited. It is currently listed for pre-order at $19.99 USD. If you’d like to lay claim to one of these copies for yourself, head on over to the Aksys Games Store.

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Death Mark released in the west on October 31, 2018 for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and the PlayStation Vita. It’s a horror visual novel developed by Experience and published by Aksys Games. In just the few months that it’s been out, it has enjoyed some pretty favorable reviews. We actually published a review on our site about a month back, so give that a look if you’d like to learn more about the game. Additionally, you can take a look at the official trailer embedded below.

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