Nippon Ichi Software live-action horror adventure Closed Nightmare launches for PS4, Switch July 19 in Japan

Take on the role of protagonist Maria Kamishiro.

Closed Nightmare

Original 04/10/18 at 7:13 a.m.: Project Nightmare, the January-announced horror adventure game from Nippon Ichi Software that uses live-action video, is called Closed Nightmare and will launch on July 19 in Japan for 6,980 yen, the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation reveals. Platform(s) are currently unknown.

In Closed Nightmare, the protagonist Maria Kamishiro is lured by a woman named Chizuru, who detains her. Having lost her memories and her left arm paralyzed, she is forced to participate in a mysterious experiment. The game will play out in four parts: “live-action movies,” “text,” “exploration,” and “challenges.”

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Update 04/11/18 at 1:45 a.m.: Dengeki Online has gone up with an online preview of the Closed Nightmare coverage in this week’s issue of Dengeki PlayStation, officially confirming it for PlayStation 4 and Switch. Here is the preview scan.

Closed Nightmare

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