The Caligula Effect: Overdose ‘Wire’ message submission campaign launched

Have your question appear as a message in the game.

The Caligula Effect: Overdose

In The Caligula Effect: Overdose, there is an in-game smartphone application called “Wire,” through which you can communicate with your friends that appear in the game. Publisher FuRyu has opened an application website for users to submit their own questions that players will be able to send as Wire messages. Those selected will appear in the game.

The application website will be open from today, February 7 (Japan time), to February 28. Users can submit a “handle name,” which cannot include a real name or represent anything contrary to public order or morals, and a message. The handle name will also appear in the credits. Examples of good messages include: “Are you doing well in class?” “What is your favorite type of flower?” and “What have you been getting into these days?”

Of course, any message submissions should be in Japanese, but who knows whether or not FuRyu will try to decipher anything in English?

The Caligula Effect: Overdose is due out for PlayStation 4 on May 17 in Japan.

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