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    Day One Edition of WORLDEND SYNDROME revealed

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    Worldend Syndrome will make its debut in Europe on both Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 and is developed by Arc System Works and PQube. The game takes players to Mihate Town, a picturesque gorgeous town designed by Yuki Kato, a lead designer of BLAZBLUE.

    The Day one edition includes a high-quality art book which is exclusive to Europe. Experience the unforgettable summer in the new seaside town and meet new 5 mysterious girls, and a strange incident occurring. So it depends on how you spend your summer with new friends and your world will significantly change forever.

    Features
    • Romance
      Five gorgeous girls are with you on this mysterious adventure. Carefully pick your favourite but be aware: every girl has their own romantic ending!
    • Mystery
      After a high school girl goes missing, her body is found in the river. Resolve inexplicable incidents around town and collect clues to find out what happened!
    • Aesthetic
      Beautiful characters, pretty outfits and highly detailed sceneries make WORLDEND SYNDROME a treat for the eyes.
    • Exploration
      Freely explore the picturesque seaside town during morning, afternoon or evening to meet different characters and enjoy diverging moods.

    Worldend Syndrome is available now on Nintendo eShop for USD 39.99 (Approx MYR 167).

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