MangaGamer Releases Otome Visual Novel Steam Prison

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

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MangaGamer has released HuneX’s Steampunk Otome title Steam Prison. The story follows a girl who leaves the safety of her high rise dwelling to police the ruined world below. The people in the world below are violent and damaged. Can she deal with a world this different than her own, can she connect with these broken people and can she uncover some truths about this world she never knew?

In this world there there are those fortunate enough to enjoy safety, luxury, and comfort inside their gorgeous, utopian city with a commanding view of the ravaged surface far below their haven. The rest don’t matter. When our heroine leaves the protection of the Heights to perform her police duties on The Depths below, she’s greeted with a violent, destitute world of hardworking, damaged individuals. Can she reconcile the world she knows with this world as it is? Will she connect with any of those living below, or join in the contempt for them? Can she endure the truths to be uncovered under her watch?

Steam Prison is out now on both MangaGamer’s site and Steam for $34.95. but there is a launch discount of 10%

This is an all ages release.

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