Fight for the future

Polite Plea: After almost seven years and 7,000 articles, the number of stories is slowing down. Time and developers move on, but I'll always be posting, as the Vita becomes the new Dreamcast.
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Monday, January 26, 2015

Htol#niq gets a freshly baked batch of screens

Is anyone else calling this game Hotel Nick, when they read the title? Some sort of prison metaphor perhaps? Maybe just me, anyway, NIS America has posted out a new bunch of screens to poster over that hole in the cell wall. If you like them perhaps you'd like the limited edition that NISA has lined up.

The actual game, perhaps better known by its subtitle as The Firefly Diaries is set in the depths of a labyrinthine ruin, where a young girl named Mion rises from a deep sleep. Lost, alone, and with no memory of how she got here or where her parents are, she is greeted by two fireflies—one composed entirely of light, and another who lurks among the shadows.

By shifting between a world of light and a world of shadows, these two fireflies must work together to recover Mion's memories and lead her out of the ruins, where voracious shadow beasts, ancient machines, and treacherous traps lie in wait to bar her path. But what secrets do Mion's lost memories contain? What is the connection between her, the ruins, and the fireflies lighting her escape? The answers may reveal a deeper darkness—one that must be faced from within.

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