SHINONOME ABYSS – The Maiden Exorcist: Indie Game Launch Set for Autumn 2024

Last Updated on: 28th May 2024, 07:12 pm

Indie game enthusiasts can look forward to the upcoming release of SHINONOME ABYSS: The Maiden Exorcist in autumn 2024.

This is the second game by KADOKAWA Game Linkage and ABC Animation, who also developed the highly anticipated Ninja Slayer Neosaitama in Flames, releasing this summer.

The game will be available on Steam, and you can add it to your wishlist now. Follow its dedicated X account for the latest updates.

SHINONOME ABYSS: The Maiden Exorcist is an action-based survival game with horror elements. It follows Yono, a Miko (maiden exorcist), on her quest to find her missing exorcist brother. Her journey leads to a mysterious mansion filled with mononoke (yokai and vengeful spirits).

Players must survive by detecting mononoke through sounds or clues, but exploration can also defeat enemies.

When Yono is in danger, an alternate personality enhances her abilities. Managing this transformation is key to survival.

The game offers three modes: “Harai,” “Misogi,” and “Gyou”. “Gyou” is the most difficult mode, challenging players to survive in an endless dungeon. The game is set in a Japanese environment with many monster threats.

The new release is inspired by the previous Shinonome game on Steam. User feedback led to the addition of various characters and a challenging boss.

SHINONOME ABYSS: The Maiden Exorcist is available in Japanese, English, and Chinese. Suitable for all ages, it is highly recommended for retro gaming enthusiasts.

The creators commented: “The place Yono must go to is a terrifying place where mononoke reside and the very structure of the mansion changes every time one enters. Only time will tell what awaits her when she opens the sliding doors…

“Even in the gaming world, Indie games are unique because they allow the creator’s thoughts and ideas to shine through in a straightforward manner. This project aims to use Indie Games to popularize the titles that these games are based on, in not only Japan but the rest of the world as well.”

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